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The Michigan Doily-Tuesday, April 11, 1978--Page 9

Daily Classifieds
(Continued from Page 8)

BADGER GRABS 6TH IN VAULT:

Corrftore soars to NCAA crown

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By DIANE SILVER
John Corritore has come a long way
since the beginning of his gymnastic

career, just four years ago. The
parallel bar specialist, who's best high
school effort earned him but 4th in the
Illinois state championships, captured

Striders start fast;
Stickmen stick 'em
This past weekend saw the men's and women's track teams participate
in their first meets of the outdoor season.
While part of the men's team was in Austin,' Texas competing in the
Texas Relays, the rest was in Athens, Ohio at the Ohio University Relays.
The distance medley crew placed fourth at Texas with a time of 9:39.3,
shattering a school record by four seconds. Michigan pulled a third in the 400
meter relay with a time of 40.24, qualifying them for the national champion-
ships. In pole vaulting, Jim Stokes placed second with a height of 16-6.
The striders also had some outstanding performances at the Ohio Relays
where they had five first-place finishes. The sprint medley placed first with
a time of 3:24.6 as Greg Thomas shone individually with a contribution of
1:51.8 in his half mile leg.
The tracksters were able to earn a second place in the distance medley
with a time of 10:02.8.
Meanwhile the women, even without injured star sprinter Pam Moore,
managed to pull a fourth place out of seven teams at the Illinois Invitational
at Champaign.
Janet Hallfritsch and Abby Currier placed first and second in the *
discus. Currier also got fifth in the javelin. Darlynda Key copped third
places in the long jump and the 200 meters.
The men travel down to Knoxville to participate in the Dogwood Relays
on April 15 as the women take part in the Bowling Green Invitational on April
15-16.
-ELISA FRYE
Stickmen star
Michigan's lacrosse club swept a couple games last weekend, first
trouncing the Madison Wisconsin club 20-8 under poor playing conditions,
and then moving on to beat the Chicago club (Midwest Club Lacrosse
Association City Division champs) by a count of 15-11.
"We really needed that game Sunday," said Coach Bob DiGiovanni.
"Except for excessive fouling and man-down defense (Chicago scored 8
goals on Michigan penalties) I think it was the best team effort we made all
year."
Di Giovanni cited one play especially that broke a 9-9 tie with only ten
seconds left in the third quarter against Chicago. Wolverines Dana Friend,
Bobby Gordon, Chris Phillips, and Rick Bays moved the ball downfield in
rapid succession before Bays slammed home a hard shot that put Michigan
ahead to stay.
"You sometimes wait all year for a play where the ball is handled like that
and we had about three Sunday," Di Giovanni said, praising all four players
for their fine performances.
The Wolverines travel to Bowling Green Wednesday for only their fourth
contest with a varsity team.
-TOM STEPHENS

the NCAA parallel bar championship
last weekend at the University of
Oregon.
"John did a fabulous job under
tremendous competitive pressure in
performing his winning routine and
scoring his career high of 9.7," said
Michigan gymnastics coach Newt
Loken.
CORRITORE HAD his work cut out
for him when Long Beach State's
Yoichi Tomita scored a 9.65 in the
finals. Corritore and Tomita were tied
for first place going into the finals.
"John knew he had to have a 9.7, and by
God he did it!" exclaimed Loken.
"He (Corritore) achieved his goal set
a year ago when he missed the (NCAA)
gold medal by one-tenth of a point," ad-
ded Loken. "It was a super performan-
ce."
Corritore's teammate, Carl Badger,
also made it to the finals where his
score of 9.45 in vaulting earned him six-
th place. "He (Badger) impressed a lot

of people with his great technique,
height and distance in vaulting," con-
mented Loken.
OKLAHOMA WON the NCAA team
title with a score of 439.350. Arizona
State and Southern Connecticut placed
second and third respectively, with
scores of 437.075 and 439.675.
Portions of the meet will be telecast
on ABC Wide World of Sports on April
30.

Carl Badger
MEET
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at
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10 a.m. Thursday, April 13

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