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GREEK NIGH
Admission Free with proof of
membership in a frat. or sorority,
TONIGHT at
SECOND CHANCE
Appearing Thru Sunday:
"MUSIC AND MEAL DEAL" *
Dine at the restaurant after 4:00 P.M. and 5
1 receive FREE admission to Nightclub that eve-
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Page 8-Thursday, December 8, 1977-The Michigan Daily
WOMEN OPEN SEASON:
Gymnasts s w ing out to

By DIANE SILVER .
Both the men's and women's
gymnastic teams travel to Ypsilanti
Saturday for their last team effort
until 1978. The men's compulsory
competition begins today at 4:30 in
the gymnastic room of Michigan's
I.M. building. Saturday's competi-
tion at Eastern will start at 11:00
a.m. at Bowen field house for the
women and at 2:00 p.m. at Warner
Gymnasium for the men.
A dual meet - in December is
something new for the men tumblers.
Usually, after the invitationals in
November, they take December off
to work on new tricks and polish up
their routines.
"I THINK it's a good idea to have
this meet," said Carl Badger, spe-
cialist ih horse and vaulting. "It
keeps us in competition and will help

keep us pushing."
"It gives us a good chance to exper-
iment," said Big Ten parallel bar
champion John Corritore. "I'm going
to put in a few new tricks and use a
harder routine."
Although on paper Michigan is
stronger than Eastern, the meet
won't be easy for the Wolverines,
especially since all-around standouts
Nigel Rothwell and Bruce Schuchard
won't be seeing action. While Roth-
well fights off illness and Schuchard
nurses a sprained ankle, freshmen
Paul Fischberg and Chris Van Mierlo
will have their chance to keep the
all-arounders in top form.
"This should be a very tough meet.
We're pulling out two good main-
stays," said Michigan coach Newt
Loken. "We anticipate some good
competition, and we'll rise to the
occasion.
EASTERN'S TEAM is one of the
best coach Mary Johnson has ever
had, stated Loken. Johnson was the
captain of the 1954 Michigan gym-
nastic team under Coach Loken.
The Hurons' six-man all-around
squad is led by Dave and Jim
Willoughby, Randy Allen, and Steve
Lenart. "The meet will be very chal-
lenging," said Johnson. "If we can
beat them on any event it will be a
plus for us."
Prior to the men's meet, the
women will compete in their first
meet of the season against Eastern
and Bowling Green. "Bowling Green
will be the toughest for us, but
Eastern is a much improved team
from last year," said Michigan
women's coach Anne Cornell. "And
there are always lots of good
recruits that we don't know about
yet."
The key for the tumblers will be
getting through their routines with-
out any breaks. "They're not hitting
them all yet," said assistant coach
Don McElreath. Endurance will also

be a factor in Michigan's perform-
ance, according to Cornell.
THE GYMNASTS' growing confi-
dence has been a factor in their im-
provement over last year."This year
the girls are throwing more of their
own tricks without any spots," said
McElreath.
The tumblers are stronger on
balance beam and uneven bars this
year with freshmen Colleen Forres-
tel and Katie Zobler adding depth.
All-around Junior Olympic champion

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MICHIGAN'S MIA AXON strikes a posec
sophomore all-arounder and the rest of h
off to a successful start this Saturday a
By The Assoc
Martin throws curve
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astern
Sara Flom is back and ready to
compete Saturday after being halted
mid-way through last season by.knee
injuries.
"We have to work really hard this
week, and we have to win," said
Flom. Although the team is stronger
in beam and bars than in the past,
they're still having problems with
hitting their routines.
"Nobody is strong enough on
parallel bars and everyone is falling:
We really have to work to stay on the"
beam," said Flom.
Daily Photo by CHRISTINA SCHNEIDER
during her balance beam routine. The
er teammates hope to get their season
at Eastern Michigan University.
t h e fa a4
iated Press
iven California Angels pitce r Nola
Major league Alistir brea make
lif.
told a reporte at baseball's winter
n 40 games by the All-Star break. He
and said he would start against the
ay.
Ii conceded yesterday that God, not
boxing, but then abandoned his usual
y.
," he said. "We in America have the
Uals."
dedicate a new health and physical
then for a dinner in his honor.
BILLBOARD
One of the University's most pre-

cious commodities - locker space in
the CCRB - will soon be available to
students. Eighty lockers for men and
90 women's spaces will be available
for sale on Saturday, Dec. 17th from
10 a.m. tlu 1 p.m., or until all the
lockers are sold.
No new lockers are available at
NCRB, but the IM Building has
plenty of lockers available during
normal business hours.
JEGE RING
) THE FUTURE...

HAIL ToYOU
CONQUERING HEROES,
WOLVERINES!
Listen, gpys-just how tough are you?
Oh, sure, you've suivived the roughest football season ever.
And you'reheading for the Rose.Bowl. (And The Huskies!)
That's tough.
But-can you survive a day inside a movie studio?
The collapsing bridge?
The "JAWS" attack?
The Alpine avalanche?
The AIRPORT Screen Test Theatre?
That's just for openers! There's lots more. And we hope
you'll come spend a day with us finding out how tough it is to
survive inside a movie studio!

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THURS. DEC. 8 &
FRI. DEC. 9
11:00 to 4:00

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