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Page 10-Tuesday, February 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily

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Only one thing kept the Michigan
women's basketball team from hav-
ing their losses reach twin figures
last Saturday against Illinois - it
was a 5-10, curly-haired buzzsaw
from Ann Arbor, known to her
teammates as Terry.



I .

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With the Illinois game in the
balance, senior co-captain Terry
Conlin scored 11 of the Wolverine's
last 18 points to ensure the sixth
victory against nine defeats for
Gloria Soluk's quintet. This contest
stood out as Conlin's finest perform-
ance ever, as she netted 28 points and
grabbed 11 rebounds.
BUT TERRY Conlin's value to the
team cannot be measured in points or
rebounds. "She's a really good
captain," assessed freshwoman
guard Mary Donovan. "She really
cares about all the players. She keeps
us together."
Conlin is quick to acknowledge her
role on the women's squad: "First of
all, I have to assume some leadership
qualities on and off the floor,
especially seeing that there are a lot
of freshmen and sonhomores on the
team," she said. "This year I just
feel a lot more responsibility towards
Her leadership is also appreciated
by the person who counts the most -
first year coach Soluk. "I wish I had
met Terry Conlin when she was a
freshman. My association with her is
that she's one of the finest human
beings I've ever met," commented
the glib mentor.
than mutual for Soluk, "I think she's
great! She's really a great coach. She
makes it fun. I wish I wasn't a senior
and it wasn't my last year."
The Ann Arbor St. Thomas gradu-
ate's sentiments toward the team do
not differ greatly from her feelings
for her coach. "I'm having a great
time this year. The group of new
people on the team has made a lot of
difference," said Conlin.
"I wish I was coming in as a fresh-
man this year. I got stuck in a bad
time when women's athletics was
just getting started," continued the
physical education major.
THE AFFABLE Conlin believes
that one day women's basketball will
parallel the men's game. However,
she added, "We're just building.
Every game it's gonna get bigger, a,
lot bigger. It'll take a long time to fill
to pleaser
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Crisler Arena, though. But every Those people obviously don't know'
year you can see an improvement in Terry Conlin. "I love the game of
the skill and quality of play, and the basketball too much. It's a nice outlet
number of fans. The sport is boom- from school. It gives you something
itn to do and you meet new people. And I
"Title IX (giving women an equal *really like to get my body in shape,'.
opportunity to compete in inter-colle- realin shape,"
giate athletics) really brought things Conlin admitted.
out in the open. It creates equal op- HER FONDNESS for sports, she
portunities for girls to get the same hoe will land her a future job in
type of skills that the boys have. Men this field. "I'd like to do something in
are biologically stronger than women recreatio. I'd like to setsuperhcnga-
but women could be just as coordin- recreation. I d like to set up eretea-
ated" "said Conlin. don' avelianys nd ove wrkingh
The four-year starter and one of do't have any. And I love working
only two women cagers on scholar- with kids and people."
ship (the other being freshwoman Conlin, the former high school
standout center Abby Currier) saw captain, who along with Michigan
the first game of the year against * teammate Natasha Cender led St.
Louisville as a real deterrent to the Thomas to the state semifinals, is
continued growth of women's sports. presently student teaching at Milan
This was the game where the clock High School.
was sped up in order to start the "It's really fun because last semes-
men's game on time. ter I student-taught at an elementary
"I DON'T THINK it was fair at all. school. In high school you can really
They could have waited five more interact with the kids."
minutes. They didn't treat us like . The parents of the Milan High
anything, like people or athletes. It School children should be pleased
was just ridiculous. I feel sorry for with their children's student teacher,
Louisville'- they got the shaft. With a woman whose attitude surfaces
time, they could have beaten us," best in her philosophy towards her
said Conlin. role on this year's women's team.''I
Most athletes, who have suffered do what I can do to help the team
through the hardships that this deter- whether it be giving up the ball or
mined senior has (the Louisville shooting."
game, no coach when she came here Terry Conlin would probably do
as a freshman and coaching prob- whatever she could to help anyone, a
lems last year), would probably have quality that will be very helpful both
hung up their equipment and become to her and Soluk's squad the rest of
cynical spectators. this campaign.
Men tumblers split at,


Garfield hurt


This past weekend's double-dual
meet in Columbus proved very costly
for the Michigan men's gymnastic
The Wolverines lost to Ohio State
206.25 to 202.5 but downed Eastern
Kentucky 205.5 to 165.4. In the last
event, Michigan freshman all-
arounder Marshal Garfield seriously
injured his knee dismounting off high
"The worst part about it [the meet]
is Marshal's injury," commented
coach Newt Loken. "He scored his
first 50 [50.05, tops in all-around] in
his life . . . he's a great competitor."
The extent of the injury will be uncer-
tain until at least Friday.
Despite the disappointing loss to
the Buckeyes, the Wolverines cap-

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tured the top spot in five events. "I'm
very proud of the five first places,"
said Loken.
John Corritore continued his dom-
inance on the parallel bars, scoring a
9.55. Brian Carey grabbed top honors
on pommel horse with an 8.90.
Nigel Rothwell, after almost a
month layoff, took first on floor ex.
with a 9.05. "Nigel looked great scor-
ing his 48 [48.70 in all-around] after
his bout with mono," stated Loken.
Co-captain .Bob Creek, using a
double-back-pike dismount for the
first time, registered a 9.35 to place
first on high bar.
While the top scorers are consis-
tently hitting, the number two, three,
and four men are breaking their rou-
tines too often. "We're working real
hard to get some complementary
Theshigh score of the meet was
turned in by Ohio State's Steve
Willard, with a 9.65 on vaulting. One
judge gave Willard a 9.8 for his
The tumblers, now 2-2, are hoping
to solidify their routines and get back
on track for next week's action in
Reed goes
to Miami
Tom Reed, Michigan football's
defensive line coach has resigned
from his duties in order to take over
the head coaching position at Miami
of Ohio, replacing Dick Crum. Reed
is already in Oxford, Ohio, handling
administrative duties for the Red-
"It's a great break for him; he's a
heckuva young coach," commented
Head Coach Bo Schembechler.
"I RECRUITED him for Miami
(as a player) in 1963 and then he
stayed on there as a graduated
assistant before leaving for Akron
and Arizona."
"He's starting atMiami the same
age I did - 33. We're (all the
Michigan football coaches) real
pleased for him," concluded Schem-
Schembechler will not know until
after the 15th of this month about a
possible successor since recruiting is
taking up the majority of his time.
Reed, according to Schembechler,
named former Wolverine standout
middle guard Timmy Davis as his
defensive line coach.
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February 13, 1978
a representative of CHAMPION INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION will be interviewing graduating students for positions which can
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Champion International Corporation is a major forest products company, a pioneer in the building materials, paper and paper
packaging businesses. With nearly 50,000 employees the company's 1977 sales were approximately $3.1 billion.
There are more than 400 Champion International facilities in the United States and Canada and it is reasonably certain you have
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Our building materials business, domestically represented by
Champion Building Products, is in itself a large business: 1977
sales of $1. 1 billion. This unit of our company is an important
producer and marketer of plywood, lumber, hardboard and particle-
board. These products are used in both industrial and construction
markets and for furniture and home improvement projects. Our
building materials might well be used as sheathing, studs or siding
in your home, as underlayment for your floors, shelving or panel-
ing in your family room.
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$1 billion in 1977. Champion Papers is a major producer of writ-
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billion envelopes and the country's largest wholesaler of office
Our paper packaging business is represented by Hoerner
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shopping bags. We package boats, refrigerators, toys, taco shells,
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other itens.
Behind all the products we make is the tree. We have 3.4 million
acres of forestlands in the United States. Champion Timberlands
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our current needs for paper, paper packaging and build-
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