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Thursday, February 3, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Sever

Thursddy, February 3, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Y Nr
OUT
OF
BOUNDS
by Rich Lerner
.Trivial maters.
for quiz kids
GEEING AS THIS WILL PROBABLY be my last column in
The Daily, I have chosen to devote it to my particular
fascination -sports trivia. This little quiz will deal only with
Michigan. The questions get harder as you proceed.
1. Who is Michigan' head football coach? (I said it would get
harder as you proceed.)
2. What is his real first name?
3. Spell his last name correctly.
4. Who was his college coach?
5S True or false? No Michigan player has even won the Hels-
man Trophy.
6. Michigan has lost twice in the NCAA finals in basketball.
Who beat them?
7. Where were the games played?,
8. How are Cazzie and Campy Russell related?
9. What is Campy's real first name?
10. What is Cazie's real first name?
11. )Who was the NCAA high jump champion in 1940?
12. Three present University of Michigan students won medals
in the Montreal Olympics. Name them.
13. In what sport was Michigan's last NCAA championship?
14. tn what sport has Michigan won its most NCAA titles?
15. in the 1976 Michigan-Ohio State game, who scored the
Wolverines' two-pint conversion?
16. Who was holder forBob Wood's extra-point attempt in the
1977 Rose Bowl?
17. Who scored Oklahoma's first touchdown in the 1976 Orange
Bowl?
18. What is hockey player Ben Kawa's real first name?
19. Who is the only Michigan player to score 50 goals in a
season in the NHL?
20. What All-Big Ten football player appeared in 34 games in
the NBA for St. Louis and Waterloo, and averaged 2.7 points
per game?
21. Who led Michigan in scoring in ice hockey Idst year?
22. Who led Michigan in goals in field hockey this year?
23 When was the last time Michigan hosted an NCAA cham-
pionship?
24. Who wore No. 42 on the Michigan basketball team before
Alan Hardy?
25. And before that?
26. Who was the last Michigan player to lead the Big Ten in
batting?
27. Who was Michigan tight end Paul Seal's back-up on the
1972 football team?
28. What do Bo Schembechler, Rick Leach, Mike Lantry, Joel
Thompson, Dave Baxter and Harry Truman have in com-
mon?
29. Who kicked the winning field goal for Purdue in the 1976
Michigan-Purdue game?
30. Who is he named after?
31. Earlier in that same game he had an extra point blocked.
Who blocked it?
32. Michigan participates in 10 varsity sports in which the NCAA
sponsors championships. The Wolverines have won national
titles in seven of those ten. In which three sports have the
Wolverines come up empty-handed?
33. Who was the last Michigan player drafted by the NFL? In
the first round?,
34. In 1973 six players came to Michigan on basketball scholar-
ships. Name them. (Hint: Steve Grote came on a football
scholarship.)
35. Who w'as the last Michigan player prior to 1976 to win an
Olympic gold medal in basketball?
36. Where did Ron Johnson begin his NFL career?
37. Other than Indiana, what was the last team to beat Michi-
gan in Crisler Arena in basketball?
38. What Michigan athlete won six Big Ten titles last year?
39. In.1934 Gerald Ford was captain of the Michigan football
team. The team went 1-7. Who did the Wolverines beat?
40. Where was Woody Hayes standing right before he tore up
the first down markers in the 1971 Michigan-Ohio State game?
1. Be shimbeklir
2. Glenn
3. Schembecher
4. Wyne Woodrow Hayes
5. Tom Harmon in 1940
6. Indiana and U.C.L.A.
7. Philadelphia and Portland-
8. They aren't
9. Michael (Campanella is his middle name)
10. Cazzie
11. Don Canham
12. Phil Hubbard. Phil Boggs and Gordon Downie
13. Gymnastics,;1970-
14. Swimming
15. Jerry Zuver
16. Curt Stephenson
17. Billy Brooks .
1. Zbgniew
19. Red Beeson

20. Johnny Orr
21. Kris Manery
22. Dawn Kohut
23. Every year, Michigan hosts the NCAA Indoor track championships
at Cobo Halt
24. Burrell McGhee
25. Bil Ayler ,
26. Elliot Maddox
27. C. J- Rupee
28. They are all left-handed
29. Rock Supan
30. Rock Hudson
31. Michael Jolly
32. Cross-country, basketball and wrestling
33. Waynian Britt, Dave Brown
34. Tim Jones; John Robinson, Randy McLean, Lionel worrell,
Bob Malaby and Rick White
35. John Clawson, 1968
36. The Cleveland Browns
37. Ohio State in 1973
38. Swimmer Katy McCully
39. Georgia Tech
40. Out of bounds

BENTSEN HURTING

Hoosier

power

wanes

By HENRY ENGELHARDT
Once upon a time the cry that
the Indiana basketball tealn was
in town would send shivers
down the backs of polar bears.
They no longer leap over tall
buildings, not in one bound at
least. That was last year.
The Big Red Machine rolled
with storm; trooper precision to
a 32-0 season last year, copping
an NCAA championship en
route. Today they post an over-
all, mark of 10-7 (4-3 Big Ten)
and stand on the brink of elim-
ination from snaring their fifth
consecutive Big Ten title.
AGE FINALLY caught up
with the Hoosiers. Last year's
players got too old for college
ball and this year's players
seem too young. to win a cham-
pionship.
You can pick up a shovel, but
don't dig Indiana's grave just
yet. Tonight at 8:05 in Crisler
Arena the one returning starter,
Kent Benson, 6-11, 245, will take
his place at center court for the
jump ball.
But Benson, averaging just
over 19 points and 11-plus re-
bounds per game, is suffering
from a back injury. "He's hav-

Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
WOLVERINE RICKEY GREEN goes up for two points
over Scott May of Indiana in last year's game against
the Hoosiers at Crisler Arena. Tonight, Green leads the
Wolverines into action against a weakened Indiana team
at 8:05 p.m. at Crisler.

GRAPPLERS HOST HAWKEYES, GOPHERS:

ing some problems," Indiana
Coach Bobby Knight lamented.
"But he'll be one of our start-
ers."
THE ONLY notable Wolverine
injury belongs to their pride,
lowly Northwestern saw to that.
If mountains were climbed with
emotional drive, *the incensed
Wolverines might stand on Mt.
McKinley, or possibly Everest
itself by gametime.
Michigan (15-2 overall, 8-1 Big
Ten) realizes that it was
stripped of any cushion it may
have held by losing last Satur-
day in Evanston. The Wolver-
ines also found out that losing a
Big Ten game is not fun.
There is also a little matter
of paying Indiana back, for the
Hoosiers have tripped the Wol-
verines five straight times, dat-
ing back to 1974. Most of the
Michigan players have never
beaten Indiana.
BUT THERE is a definite feel-
ing of this-is-the-time-to-do-it-
fellas flowing from the Michigan
locker room.
"I think we'll beat them by 15
points," claimed "forward Joel
Thompson. "It's a matter of
pride."
"I've never beaten Indiana,"
Minnesota is presently rated
tenth in the nation.
Johannesen views the Minne-
sota meet with optimism since
"they don't have their strongest
lineup. They're still a darn
tough team -and they almost
beat Wisconsin. We will be tired
from the night before."
The Gophers are blessed
with two spectacular wres-
tlers, number one rated Mike
McArthur at 118 pounds and
Evan Johnson at 190. Also,
Minnesota's Pat Neu (134)
finished second in the Big Ten
last year.
McArthur's foe will be Todd
Schneider, who looked tremen-
dous against Johnnie Jones of
+Iowa State. Johnson will have
to face Harold King, who he has
handled easily in the past. Neu
will clash with Rich Lubell, who
Neu dominated last year.
One of the Golden Gophers
finest matmen, Bob Schandle at
150 pounds, dropped out of
school this year. Last season,
Schandle had a superior deci-
sion over Mark Churella but
then lost to Churella, 12-9, in
the Big Ten Championships.

remembers Rickey Green. "'We sixth a sophomore, Rich Vala
lost all three last year, and I vicius. Freshman Derek Hol-
hate losing." comb backs up Benson at cen-
For the first time since suf- ter.
fering 'a back injury two weeks DESPITE THE loss to the
ago against Purdue, Green will Wildcats, Michigan Coach John-
not wear a brace he found both- ny Orr does not plan any major
ersome. "I didn't like playing changes. He is, however, con
with it on, it wasn't comfort- sidering returning Tom Staton
able," the 6-2 Wolverine cata- to the starting lineup and bring-
lyst explained. ing Thompson in off the bench.
"I'd like to beat Indiana more As of late Staton has been
than some other teams because having his problems. "Nobody
they always beat us," noted co- on the team has been playing
captain Steve Grote. "But we'd exceptional," he said, "and my
better be ready, because it's ob- thing is wrapped tip with the
vious that when you aren't ready team. When the team isn't play-
you get beat," said Saturday's ing well, it really affects me.
leading Blue scorer with 20 "I'm not trying to make ex
points, cuses, I haven't been playing
GROTE MAY have drawn the well. But,",he added, "I'm look-
toughest assignment of all. He'll ing for that to change."
cover 6-5 sharpshooting fresh- One thing Orr and the players
man Mike Woodson. The Indian- promise is that Michigan will be
apolis prep star has averaged mentally ready to play. "They'll,
20 points a game in Big Ten (Indiana) be ready, but I think
play, including 27 in the Hoos- we will too," last year's Coach
iers last outing, an 81-65 drub- of the Year noted.
bing of Iowa. "The loss psyched everyone
Wolverine frosh Mark Lozier up," said John Robinson. "We
played alongside Woodson on an just can't afford to lose any-
Indiana all-star team last year. more," Grote remarked. "I'm
"He's a super player," Lozier sure there'll be no letting up."
said. "Especially offensively, he "I THINK we owe them some-
can shoot the eyes out of the thing from last year," Green
basket." explained. "We should be fly-
After Benson and Woodson, ing by Thursday." "We'll -be
six men will see plenty of action fired up," said Phil Hubbard,
at various positions. At this writ- the man who must face Benson
ing Knight is unsure of exactly tonight and Minnesota's Michael
who will start. Thompson on Monday.
- Three are freshmen out of one "We're going to be ready,"
of the nation's premier recruit- said a determined Thompson,
ing jobs: Glen Grunwald, Butch "we've got to be." Alan Hardy
Carter and Bill Cunningham. summed it up well, saying, "We
Two are juniors: Jim Wisman just don't want to lose any
and Wayne Radford and the more."
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Blue
By BILLY NEFF
"It wouldn't take much mo
to be a national contender. V
need much more pressure fro
the alumni; our recruiting bu
get throttles us," Michig
wrestling coach Bill Johannes
candidly reported yesterday.
"This is a football, basketba
hockey town. We're beingr
tarded; they (the Athletic D
partment) only do things wh
they feel there's an obligation
Johannesen added.
One place where wrestling
under alumni pressure and<
unbelievable recruiting budg
is the University of Iowa. T
Hawkeyes, under first ye
mentor Dan Gable, a gold m
alist in wrestling in the 19
Olympics. travel to Ann Ar
this weekend to face the nin
ranked Wolverines Friday nig
at 7:30 p.m. in Crisler Aren
Bringing a 16-1 record wi
them and the number tw
ranking in the nation, Gable
grapplers are the team to be

faceouble I
in the conference. The Hawk- rib cartilage.)
re eyes boast two number one Other matches to look for
We rated wrestlers in 134-pounder include Michigan's Brad Hol-
m Steve Hunte and 177-pounder man, a possible All-American
ud- Chris Campbell. and Mike McGivern (158), who
an} Interestingly enough, Hunte conquered Holman twice last
en will have to contend with a Long year. At 190 pounds, Harold
Island high school teammate of King, Michigan's most im-
ill, his, Rich Lubel. "If I wanted proved wrestler acdording to
re- anybody to wrestle Hunte, Lu- Johannesen, has to tangle with
)e-j bell would be the one since he the number two ranked grap-
en knows all his moves," said Jo- per in the country, Greg Ste-
n," hannesen. vens.
Campbell will meet face to Coach Gable, commenting on
is face again with old nemesis the Wolverines, said, "On the
an Mark Johnson. In both the Big first of the year, besides our-
get Ten and NCAA finals, Campbell selves, I felt Michigan would be
'he edged Johnson by a mere point. top contenders in ,the, division.
ear Coach Johannesen hopes "the of- We don't want to underestimate
ed- ficial will make Johnson wrestle Michigan because they have
972 aggressively." some fine wrestlers; we have to
bor In another featured match, be ready mentally for them."
nth freshman Mike DeAnna, who After what may be a long
ght has not lost a bout fin the new night on Friday, since Iowa was
na. year, will be paired with Ed barely beaten by Iowa State, 17-
th Neiswender. Neiswender was 115, and the Wolverines were
vo the last m" a to defeat De- squelched to the tune of 32-4,
's Anna but he has been out with the Minnesota Golden Gophers
at an injury since that match (torn travel to Crisler Saturday night.

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MEN, WOMEN COMBINE MEETS:

Gymnasts

visit Indiana

By BRIAN MARTIN tumblers face the Hoosiers in
Both of Michigan's gymnastic another dual - meet situation
teams travel to the University combined with the men's action
of Indiana this weekend, but occuring simultaneously.
women's coach Anne Cornell "This type of meet is great
hopes that the outcome differs for the spectators because
from last week's combined there's so much action taking
meet with the men. place at once, but they're dis-
After last Saturday's annihi- tracting, too," Cornell said.
lation at the hands of Michigan Indiana poses another diffi-
State. Cornell reviewed her cult test for the Wolverines..
team's strengths and weak- They scored 128 points against
nesses. Northwestern last week, and
"The balance beam routines Michigan's top score this year
need the most improvement," was 127 points.
Cornell said without hesitation. "At the beginning of the sea-
"Every one of the, girls except son, I though this would be our
Ginger (Robey) falls off of the easiest meet, but now we'll
beam at least} twice during her need our best team effort to
routine, and that's five-tenths win," Cornell said.
of a point off each fall. MEN'S COACH Newt Loken
THE BALANCE BEAM fails is still ecstatic after his team
to tell the story of the meet, cracked the 200-point barrier
however. The gymnasts faced for the first time last weekend.
an experienced MSU squad that "It's a great feeling to pass
"should definitely finish in the 200," Loken beamed. "Every-
ton three in the nation'is," one hit his event and the all-
Cornell asserted.
Gymnast Dot Sommers
stressed the real significance Se JAC
of the MSU meet. "Simply be-
ing able to compete with Michi- NTERNATION
gan State was a victory in it-
self. State recruits heavily for POC K ET I
women's sports, whereas Mich-
igan is just beginning. & TRICK. S
THIS WEEKEND the women in a FREE Pocket

around men were superb in all
six."
Loken agreed that a combin-
ed meet with the women en-
hanced the action for the spec-
tators. as shown by the 800-
plus crowd that braved the
blizzard last Saturday night.
However, Loken said that "the
floor gets a little crowded with
both the men and women out
there.".
THIS IS the first meet this
year that the male gymnasts
will compete totally healthy.
Other than the normal aches
and pains, everyone is healed
and looking forward to the Indi-
ana meet.
"We can match them head-
to-head, but it will be an ex-
tremely tough match. I hope we
can pull it out in the different
atmosphere," Loken said, re-
ferring to the friendly confines
of Crisler Arena.

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By DAVE RENBARGER
$pectal to The Daily
The University of Detroit Ti-
tans overcame a four-point half-
time deficit to post their 16th
straight triumph of the year,
an 87-82 decision over a stub-
born Eastern Michigan team
last might at EMU's Bowen
Fieldhouse.
Titans Johnny'Long and Terry
Tyler paced the second half
surge, combining for 36 of the
team's 49 points. Long tallied
32 overall, while Tyler chipped
JIILL$OA RD

in with 25. Bill Weaver, the Hurons trailed
U-D's energetic coach Dick only once throughout the initialf
Vitale was pleased with his ( 20 minutes.
club's road win, their eighth in' Down 42-38, the Titans re-
a row. grouped and took control of
"I'm pleased to be 17-1," he the game, scoring ten unan-
said. "Tonight I was out there swered points during a two-
coaching not to lose. All of our minute stretch midway
opponents get juiced up for through the second half.
us."3 "1 think we could've given
The Titans didn't look like a them more trouble if there
nationally ranked power in the wasn't a halftime," said Iuron
first half,' as the Hurons gave coach Ray Scott jokingly. "TheyI
them more than they could got the opportunity to make ad-
handle. Sparked by playmaker justments." -

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