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"Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 24, 1977

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
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By DAN PERRIN
After seven months of hard
work and grueling practices,,the
Wolverine tankers finally get the
chance to strut their stuff on
the national level when they
take on the rest of the country
in the NCAA Swimming Cham-
pionships to be held this after-
noon through Sattirday night at
Cleveland State.
Coning off a 7-1 dual meet
season and a fourth place fin-
ish in the Big Ten Champion-
ships, the men in Blue are hop-
ing to improve on their 13th
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place finish in last year's NCAA,
meet.
Leading the way for Michi-
gan is senior Gordon Downie,
a double winner in the Big
Ten meet, who will swim in
the 200-, 500-, and 1,650-yard
freestyles at Cleveland State.
Freshmen Kevin Morgan and
rScott Weir will also make the
trip, Morgan having qualifiedI
in the 200-yard individual med--
ley and Weir in the 100-yard
backstroke. representing the
divers will be sophomore Matt
Chelich, who last year was the
only freshman to finish in the
top 40 at the NCAA meet.
"'The swimmers who have the
best chance (of winning) are
Downie and Chelich," predicted
Michigan swim coach Gus Sta-
ger.
"Gordon (Downie) looks real-
ly good and has a great atti-
tude and Matt (Chelich) didn't
do too bad in the Big Tens,"

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added Stager. (He placed sec-
ond in both diving events.)
The Wolverines will also
have 4hree relay teams par-
taking in the festivities.
Downie, Morgan, freshman
Paul Griffith and senior Joe
Bauer make up both the 400-
and 800-yard freestyle relays,
while Weir, Morgan, Griffith
and Downie will swim in the
400-medley relay.
Stager noted, "Out of the
three relays, our 800-freestyle
(relay) has the best chance of'
finishing on top."
The University of Southern
California is the favorite going
into the meet, having won the
national championship the past1
three years. West coast rival
UCLA and Southeastern Con-I
ference champion Tennesseel
should both challenge the Tro-
ians.
Asked how he felt Big Ten
champion Indiana would do. Sta-
ger replied, "Indiana is going
to have to swim like hell to keen
ip with the West Coast teams."

AL divisional split
likely for 1978
By The Associated Press
TAMPA, Fla. - The Ameri an League, younger and
more innovative than the National League is expected to
vote for three divisions for the 1978 season today during
meetings of the major league baseball owners.
The AL. which launched the designated hitter and beat
the NL to the city of Toronto, needs positive votes from 11
of its 14 owners to approve the plan.
A SWITCH from two divisions of seven teams to three
divisions of five, five and four would provide baseball with
the excitement of an extra divisional race.
MEANWHILE, the NL will be bogged down with several
questions:
* Should it expand? And if so, by how many teams? On
the top of any expansion list is Washington, D.C., promised
a franchise by Commissioner Bowie Kuhn. The second
choice appears to be New Orleans.
" When that issue is resolved, the NL can then grapple with
moving to three divisions.
When the two leagues finish their individual business,
they will join for a combined session.,)
The major issues expected to come up are: Limited
interleague play, the possibiilty of major league baseball
buying the Oakland A"s and a move to dilute Commissioner
Kuhn's power.

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By The Associated Press Reds ripped
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Jason
Thompson singled in two runs. TAMPA, Flat. - A two-run
and John Wockenfusstdoubled Ifirstinning was all the Los An-
in another as the Detroit Tigers geles Dodgers (8-3) needed to
erupted for all their runs in defeat the Cincinnati Reds 2-1
the eighth inning in a 3-2 ex- ; yesterday behind the pitching of
hibition baseball victory over Doug Rau and Charlie Hough.
the Kansas City Royals yester- A RUN - SCORING double by
day. Reggie Smith and' a single by
y-E TRick Monday produced the Dod-
THE TIGERS tagged veteran
pitcher Roger Nelson alter be-.
ing shut out for seven innings :::x::s::<::. "
by Andy Hassler and Marty More sports
Pattin. Steve Trella, who worked
two scoreless innings, picked up on page 7
the victory..:

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GRAPEFRUIT CIRCUIT:
Tiger rally nips KC

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THURSDAY, MARCH 24
Dr. Rudi Paul Lindner
Professor of History. Tufts University
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g runs off losing, pitcher Santo
Alcala.
The Reds got their run in the
second when Bob Bailey dou-
bled and Joel Youngblood sin-
gled.
The Reds, who played only,
three regulars, dropped to 5-8.

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Gore light! "
(Goethe's last words)

Cubs club
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - A
triple by Gene Clines and a two-
run double by Dave Rosello
highlighted a three-run, ninth-
inning rally yesterday that lift-
ed the Chicago Cubs to a 9-8
victory over the Oakland A's.
CLINES OPENED the ninth
with a triple off Dick Bosman,
the loser. Shortstop Ed Crosby

booted Larry Blittner's ground-
er for an error as Clines
scored. A single by Joe Wallis
and an intentional walk to Steve
Ontiveros loaded the bases for
Rosello, who ended the game
with a double down the right-
field line.
Jays jolted
DUNEDIN, Fla. - The Chi-
cago White Sox pounded out 18
hits off four Toronto pitchers
yesterday as the Sox whipped
the Blue Jays 14-4.
BRIAN. DOWNING drove in
five of the White Sox runs on a
three - run homer in the second
and a two - run double in the
third inning off Jays' starter
and loser Jerry Garvin.
Kevin Bell and Jack Broha-
mer also homered for Chicago.
The Blue Jays were held hit-
less by winning pitcher Wilbur
Wood, the veteran knockleball-
er, until the fifth inning when
John Scott looped a single to
I center.
* * *
Tribe trounced
TUCSON, Ariz. - Back-to-
back doubles by Randy Elliott
and Darrell Evans in the fourth
inning sparked a five-run out-
burst and the San Francisco
Giants (6-8) went on to defeat
the Cleveland Indians 9-5.
THE INDIANS were led at the
plate by Rico Carty, who drill-
ed his first homer of the spring
off starter and winner Jim
fBarr.
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