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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 16 I VI-/

Page SIx THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 16, 1 91L

BIG L/P
STEREO RECORD
SALE CONTINUES
tFLLETTs
STATE STREET AT NORTH U.
OPEN
MEETING
Thursday, Nov. 16
DISCUSSION: The election campaign
and the future course
of HRP

ADAMS AMAZES ALL:

Unsun
By ROBIN WAGNER
Every fall in college football, a
list of relatively unknown, under-
rated gridders accumulates which
is usually longer than the accom-
panying designation of idolized,
overrated collegians. Thanks to the
likes of Howard Stevens, Don1
Strock, Roosevelt Leaks, and Dirk
Krijt, 1972 follows the pattern pre-
cisely. Oh, before I forget, include
Tony Adams among the unknowns.
Tony Adams, Utah State's ver-
sion of a budding Joe Namath.
Tony Adams, who passes more1
than bored ladies at their weekly.
bridge club gathering. Tonyt
Adams, owner of more records
than any run-of-the-mill radioI
station.
Where has this quarterbacking
phenomenon been hiding all sea-
son? Behind the publicity barrier
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of the Rocky Mountains, where, downs. The week before, the Adams reacts with the "cool-
before awed professional scouts, senior disected Idaho's defense ness of a cucumber" to panic
he has riddled defensive secon- for 31 completions, 406 passing situations. In a game against Colo-
daries with his "bullets" week in yards and five tallies. rado State last season, the Aggies
and week out. An extraordinary passing ability trailed, 17-10 with 70 seconds re-
last weekend, Adams ascended is not just a momentary, two- maining. Enter Tony Adams!
to previously unreached heights by week fad for Adams. Since donning Three pass completions and 75
throwing for 561 yards in a 44-16 an Aggie uniform as a sophomore, yards later, CSU's lead was one
disposal of cross-state rival Utah. he's started 30 consecutive con- point. Then, with the adeptness of
This total surpassed the old NCAA tests for his school. His statistics a tightrope walker, Adams tiptoed
mark of 554 yards set in 1968 by around end for two points, and
Greg Cook of Cincinnati. 18-17 victory and another page in
Reacting to the record, Adams , Sa Of' ' the record books.
explained, "It's a great personal It seems like every college foot-
thrill but the credit must be shared have constantly improved in reach- ball season, a number of mentors
with the whole team, especially the ing their present pinnacle. boast of having the best player
offensive line." The senior signal- Two seasons ago, the Riverside, they've ever coached, even though
caller certainly knows where his California native completed 47% these coaches have said the same
bread is buttered. of his throws for 1394 yards and 16 thing for many years about many
During the Utah rout, Adams touchdowns. As a junior, Adams different players. For what it is
vividly demonstrated his liking hit on half of his aerial effortswoathdChcribes,T astas
for the aerial attack, completing good for 2035 yards and 14 tallies' coach, describes, Tony Adams is
30 of 43 passes for five touch- Leaving a favorable theebestvall-aroundiplayer I
LevnI aoal impression ever coached. His ability, to direct
in the minds of hometown fans, a team is a coach's dream."
the signal-caller's 1972 stats in- John Mooney, executive sports
dude a 60% completion average, editor of the Salt Lake.City
20.2 successful air attempts per
game, 2486 passing yards and 20 Tribune, articulates, "Adams
scores. could play for any major college 1
Because of the senior quarter- football team in the nation. He's
..W SC O L back, the Utah State record booksathehd fhecssfco-
are among the nation's most mo- a h edo h ls fcl
NAR AND FIND OUT notonous. Every passing record in lege quarterbacks."
S-Aggie memory files, including num-
reer Planning & Place- ber of attempts and completions,' CHANGE OF PACE.
ideas for you... passing yardage, passing touch- -
Sci'. maors)* downs and interceptions, bears the
name of Tony Adams.
ovemnber 16th Last year's Rocky Mountain a W atei
ovembe 16tharea player of the year, exudes
professional football potential
P.M. with every movement he makes By BOB SIMON in
on a gridiron. He's big (6', 195), Another aspect of Michigan's
t I v ItIes Buildinghe possesses valuable experience swimmers and divers will be i
uate Political Science Assoc.) from calling 95% of his own exhibited at Matt Mann Pool M
plays and his career contains no starting tonight at 7:30. The is
serious injuries. occasion is the 1972 Michigan e3

AP Photo
Macaw (ana
In an effort to fire up for an upcoming game against the Obogo-
bula College Aacaws, Archie Schneider of Slimey Stone State
swallows their rival's mascot. Arcihe will have to sit out the
contest, however, due to an ulcer.

304 S. Thayer
761-6650

Show invades Mann

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BOONE'S FARM, MODESTO, CALIFORNIA

Gala Water Show engineered by
energetic Michigan diving coach,
Dick Kimball. Kimball heads a
show that is loaded with talent,
both male and female as the
Michifish join Michigan's swim-
ming, diving, and water polo
teams in a very enjoyable even-
ing of entertainment.
The show starts out with an
exhibition of Michigan's excel-
lent three meter springboard
divers. Several men divers along
with a couple of young ladies
will thrill the audience as they
flip and twist through all sorts
of contortions and then slice
into the water.
Following will be a show pre-
senting two of Michigan's syn-
chronized swimmers. The pair
put on a marvelous display as
they not only stay afloat but go
through a very together routine

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n time with the show's music.
The 100 yard swimming race
mmediately follows. It features
dichigan's finest swimmers, but
only a break in the great
;xcitement of synchronized swim-
ing since the Fitzsimmons sis-
ers soon afterwards do their
hing.
The Fitzsimmons, straight from
n engagement in Europe, are in-
ernationally known as the best
n their field. The primary rea-
on for this high acclaim is that
he two sisters are able to ex-
cute formations that the Michi-
sh don't even attempt. Every-
hing they do is with such grace
id flair that it makes one proud
o know that they are Michigan
lumni.
The seriousness of the show
ontinues as Coach Kimball, a
ormer national diving cham-
ion, and Joe Crawford, now
dichigan's top diver, combine
o put on an outstanding exhibi-
on of skill and agility.
Then Michigan's highly skill-
ull water polo team takes to the

pool to display their fine talents.
The poloers were defeated only
twice during their season which
ended last week and finished
third in the Midwest Conference.
They were undefeated here in
the friendly waves of Matt Mann.
Soon after Kimball amazes on-
lookers with stunts on the tran-
poline Michigan's swimmers
again take the pool. When they
are done it is left once again
to the Michifish, this time a
whole slew of them, to catch the
gazes of the many wide-eyed
viewers.
The end of the show is packed
with fun for everyone in a fire-
cracker explosion of hilarity and
surprises. The divers then put
on a death defying display of
courage from a platform 25 feet
above the water. All in all, it
will be an evening that few will
forget. It's something a little
different for the participants and
a change of pace for Ann Arbor.
But watch out for the surprises.
- ..'"
Billboard
There will be no Freshman-
Varsity basketball game this
year. However, the team will
play an exhibition intra-squad
game at Plymouth high school
n' e x t Tuesday, November 21.
Game time is 7:00 p.m.
* * *.
The Michigan swim team,
Michifish, and other aquatic or-
ganizations will present Michi-
gan Water Gala Thursday, Fri-
day, and Saturday nights at 7:30
p.m. this week. The show will
feature comedy diving and syn-
chronized swimming. General ad-
mission will be $1.50, while stu-
dents will be admitted for $1.00.

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