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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 29, 1977

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday1 March 29, 1977

Q. . .', , Z , .. ®..II .... WWHO W ILL COME TO M ICHIGAN?
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ALL LADIES ADMITTED FREE tTfl
ApperDnCh un By KATHY HENNEGHAN Yesterday Johnny Orr, Bill Who will Michigan
With the basketball season out Frieder and Dan Fife were with? Right now, it's
AppearingThruFridayof the way, the Michigan coach- busy at the office while Jim guess.
iCE UP0n a o es can get down to the nitty Boyce was in Atlanta. Later "Michigan'is one o
N PN A T I ME y toortreihocsti
ynrit - recruiting. in the week some combination
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end up the weekend. The 6-8 high Ellyn, Illinois. The Michigan
anybody's school All-American is under coaches are definitely inter-
considerable pressure to re- ested in, and fairly confident
f the top main in the area and attend of, signing him.
th four or Michigan State, but Michigan From there on, the picture is
d Frieder. is very much in the running. c'oudy. Michigan is in the run-
was the Michigan's attempts to sign fling with some excellent play-
igh school him to a Big Ten letter of in- ers, but it's impossible to pre-
Griffith tent fell through when he made dict how things will come out
Brannig it clear he would not commit in the end.

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The first day to sign recruits
is April 13, so the next two
weeks will be hectic ones for
all concerned. Michigan can
sign up to six players, and hopes
to announce the signing of'three
or four on the 13th with the ad-
dition of one or two by the end
of the month.

of the above will fly to Wash-
ington, D.C. for the McDon-
ald's Classic on March 31,
then on to Pittsburgh for the
Dapper Dan Classic on April
1st. Also on the agenda is the
Akron Tournament April 3-9.
All that traveling to make one
last pitch to recruits .. .

five top recruits," said
Sound familiar? Such
case last year with hi
players like Darryl
(Louisville), Rich
(Notre Dame),aRicks
Mississippi State) a
and so forth.
So Michigan, ayou
opted to wait and sil
one freshman, Mark L
just completed a very
season. This year, how
team loses Rickey Gre
Robinson and Steve Gr
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himself to either school prior JAMES RATLIFF is a bona-
to the national signing date.i
Johnson plays in the McDonald's fide High School All-American
Classic and the Dapper Dan this out of Eastern H oarWashi-
week before leaving for Ger- toDC - owrRtf
many for two weeks. He is ex- has signed a Southeastern Con-
pected to announce his decision ference letter of intent with
April 17th. Tennessee. However, Ratiff in-
The other in-state player on dicates he's still listening, and
Michigan's list is KEVIN Michigan is still recruiting him.
SMITH, an All-State guard from He'll play in the McDonald's
Birmingham B r o t h e r Rice, Classic.week Orr was in Omaha
whose 45 foot jumper at thevLstneekErwinEah-
buzzer sent the Class A finalI visiting MIKE McGHEE, a 6-4
into overtime, forward averaging 41 points a
Smith has expressed interest ,game. The competition is UCLA,.
in Minnesota and the Univer- Missouri and Louisville.
sity of Detroit, but told one Another possibility is HERB
Michigan player Saturday that W I L L I A M S from Marion-
Ann Arbor is his top choice. Franklin High in Columbus:
Smith worries, however, that Williams has received some
if Michigan signs MARK and All-American recognition and
MARTI BODNAR, twin guards hovers somewhere between
from Barberton. Ohio, that there 6-9 (Street and Smith) and
may not be enough room at 7-foot even (Johnny Orr).
guard to suit him. Maybe 6-10%??
Michigan reportedly does have The coaches got a chance to
an excellent chance of signing see EDDIE JOHNSON, a 6-6
the Bodnars. The twins went to forward, at Johnny Orr Basket-
some Michigan home games but ball Camp last summer. John-
have yet to make an official vis- son is from Westinghouse High.
it. "They're players." said Frie- in Chicago. Also in attendance
der. "One shot 60 per cent from was JOHNNY JOHNSON (no
the floor this season and the relation), a 6-4 guard from Buf-
other shot 57 per cent." fa'o. The competition is Cincin-
The Bodnars' Barberton High nati, San Francisco, and Ten-
School team lost in the Ohio nessee.
Class AAA finals over the week- Another high school All-Amer-
end, but the Michigan coaches ican under consideration is
can watch them in the Akron DARNELL VALENTINE, a 6-1
Tournament April 3-9. guard from Wichita Heights,
Another good bet is 6-10 Kansas. Rounding out the pros-
MIKE ROBINSON. The young- pects at guard are WES MAT-
er brother of Michigan co- THEWS from Bridgeport, Conn.,
captain Johnny Rob, Mike is GREG BOYLE, and TONY DA-
finishing his first year at Du- VIS from Chicago.
Page Junior College in Glen Check back April 13th.

AP Photo
Kevin Smith
The big question now is Lan-
s i n g Everett's E A R V I N
JOHNSON, who led his team
to the Class A State Cham-
pionship at Crisler Arena over

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The Department of Recreational Sports and The Daily are
pleased to announce the first "Recreational Spots" column, a
continuing weekly calendar of what's happening at Michigan in
Recreational Sports. Ideally, this column will appear {every
Tuesday in The Daily and will cover activities through the fol-
lowing Monday.
Reservations for handball/racquetball/paddleball courts are
now being taken seven days a week. Reservations are taken
Sunday through Friday, 5-7 p.m. and Satdirday 3-5 p.m. in CCRB,
NCRB and the IM building;
THE "ALL NIGHTER PARTY" held in the CCRB on March
19 (9 p.m.-9 a.m.) was an overwhelming success. More than 2,000
people attended the movies, dancing and various open recreation
activities that took place. Rec Sports plans more events such
as this in the future.
The National Paddleball Doubles Tournament will be held on
April 1, 2, and 3 at the IM building. For more information, call
763-3562.
Now the rundown on this week's activities:
" Drop-In Recreation as usual
* Films, "Weight Training" and "The Fun of Your Life"
Tuesday, March, 29, at 7:30 p.m. CCRB free with ID.
* Children's Sports-O-Rama Saturdays through April 16,
NCRB (8:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)
* Family program Sundays 3-6 p.m., NCRB.
" Disabled Users Recreation, Contact Ellen Gold, 763-4560.
" Action is currently under way in the following sports:
Volleyball - Men, Women, Co-Rec Leagues in the IM building;
5-9 Basketball - Men's League at Sports Coliseum on Fifth and
Hill Streets.

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