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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 3, 1976

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I didn't know any whites, really, until I
got up to Michigan. (Detroit) Northwestern
was completely black. Here I might be the
only black in a class. I'm not sure I'm over
that yet. But it's nice to mingle.
- Alan Hardy
Health and Healing Energy
Friday evenings at Canterbury
THE CHINESE ART
OF HEALING"
DAN BENSKY
Friday, December 3
8 P.M. HERB TEA, 8:30 DISCUSSION
CANTERBURY hOUSE
218 N. DIVISION STREET!
corner of Catherine and Division
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Hardy - hopes high

By KATHY HENNEGHAN
Alan Hardy came back to school this
fall hoping to earn a starting spot on
the Michigan basketball team. The gradu-
ation of Wayman Britt left a forward spot
wide open. But things haven't worked out
exactly the way Hardy planned - at least
not yet.
Hardy fought it out withs Joel Thomp-
son and with his roommate Tom Staton.
The coaches' nod went to Staton.
Did that strain their friendship? "To
tell you the truth, we don't really talk
about it," Hardy replied. "Staton and I
aren't going to let anything like that come
between us. You're always playing against
your friends, so you can't let that bother
you.,
"I HAVE TWO PERSONALITIES, real-
ly," said Hardy: "On the floor, it's every
man for himself - no Mr. Nice Guy.
Off the floor, I'm just Alan Hardy."
On the floor, few players can match
Hardy's natural talent. Off the floor, he's
just Mr. Nice Guy. Well-liked by his team-
mates, Hardy has a quick wit and a level
head. y
When he's not playing basketball, Har-
dy enjoys spending time with his family,
and is active in his church. Hardy neith-
er smokes nor drinks, and considers him-
self an "oddball" in that respect.

"You don't find too many people like
that, really, especially basketball play-
ers," he said, "but I wasn't brought up
to be that way. I try to leave that stuff
alone. I think I can do without it.
"At home, I try to stay active around
the church," said Hardy. "It's called 'Holi-
ness' Church. I mingle with other -young
people around the church and we have a
ball. And when I'm not doing that I'm
playing basketball.
"I OWE A LOT to my brothers. I
have three brothers - well, four, really,
since I get along with my brother-in-law
so well," said Hardy.
"When I was growing up I really didn't
have that much to do around the house,
and they were always going over to the
Y to play ball, so I'd go along.
"My family really gets a kick out of
me playing. .They're always eager to
come up, asking for tickets," Hardy add-
ed.
A sophomore out of Detroit Northwest-
ern, Hardy was a unanimous All State
selection in high school and made one
major All America team. As a junior,
he was Most Improved Player in the
Detroit Public School League, and as a
senior he was Most Valuable.
"Ii high school, the work wasn't too
hard," said Hardy, ''the competition came

in sports. You had to wait for your turn
to come arr,"n1, that's for sure. North-
wistera was nice. It didn't have the pret-
tiest girls, but it was nice."
To hear Hardy tell it, he came to
Michigan in a rather roundabout man-
ner. Recruited by former assistant coach
Richard "Bird" Carter, Michigan showed
initial interest in Hardy, but then seen-
ed to back off.
"MICHIGAN HADN'T recruited me for
awhile," said Hardy, "so I looked at
MSU and some of the other Big Ten
schools."
Michigan State was hot on the trail
of both Hardy and Greg Kelser from
Henry Ford High School (now starting
at State). Convinced that Michigan had
lost interest, Hardy was on the verge
of signing with the Spartans.
Then, although it was certainly unin-
tentional, Bobby*Knight did the Wolverines
a favor. A phone call from an Indiana
recruiter was enough incentive for Hardy
to turn down the MSU offer. Michigan
came back and finished the job in short
order.
"I was glad to see Michigan come
back," Hardy admitted. "Signing with
Michigan came down to the last minute,
really. It was sort of spur of the mo-
ment."

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Daily Photo by ANDY FREEBERG
ALAN HARDY is happy about
the dunk rule, not so happy
about not starting, but hopes
to see plenty of playing time
just the same. Hardy was a
crowd favorite at Crisler last
Saturday with three slam dunks
and ten points in the season
opener.

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By The Associated Press
Rob Lytle and Jim Smith, two
key cogs in the Blue machine's
offense, were named as All-
Americans by the Associated
Press yesterday.
Linebacker Calvin O'Neal was
tabbed with second team hon-
or. and Rick Leach, Walt
Downing, Mark Donahue and
Bill Dufek made honorable men-
tion.
Top ranked Pittsburgh
claimed two members on the
first team, Heismann trophy
winner Tony Dorsett and
middle guard Al Romano. The
Wolverine's opponent in the
Rose Bowl, USC, has running
back Ricky Bell and defensive
back Dennis Thurman.

Lytle gained over 100 yards
in eight games playing both
fullback and tailback and ended
up with a 6.9 yard average.
Michigan Coach Bo Schembech-
ler calls Lytle the best running
back he has ever had.
Wingback Smith scored six
touchdowns and averaged 27.6
yards per catch this year. The
successful reverse he ran
a,_ainst Ohio State illustrates
his added dimension as a run-
Bing threat.
Dorsett ended the regular
season with an NCAA single-
season record of 1,948 yards.
His 6,082 career yards was an-
other mark, along with his 356
career points.
Bell settled for 1,417 yards
this year compared to his
1,875 from last year. His
greatest feat this season came
ragainst Washington State
whenhe ran for 347 yards,
three short of the all time re-
cord.

SMITH, MICHIGAN. Tackles - Wil-
son, Georgia; Vaughan, Oklahoma.
Guards - Albrecht, California;
Humphreys, Arkansas State. Center
- Yarno, Idaho. Quarterback -
.Kramer, Rice. Running backs -
Dorsett, Pittsburgh; Bell, USC;
LYTLE, MICHIGAN; Miller, Okla-
homa State.
Defense
Ends - Browner, Notre Dame;
Brudzinski, Ohio State. Tackles -
Whitley. Houston; Edwards, Miami,
Fla. Middle Guard - Romano,
Pittsburgh. Linebackers - Jack-
son, Texas A&M; Ruff, Citadel;
Robinson, UCLA. Backs - Arm-
strong, Wake Forest; Green, Baylor;
Thrumnan, USC..
Second Team
Offense
Ends - Corbett, Pittsburgh;
Ryckman, Louisana Tech. Tackles
- Bryant, Kentucky; Ward, Ohio
State. Cuards - Brzoza, Pittsburgh;
Schindler, Boston College. Center-
Bryan, Duke. Quarterback - Niel-
sen, Brigham Young. Running
backs - Dierking, Purdue; Reed,
Colorado; Voight, North Carolina.
Defense
Ends.- McColl, Stanford; Toran,
Rutgers. Tackles - Campbell,
Maryland; Jeter, USC. Middle
Guard -- Johfon, Baylor. Line-
backers - Howard, 'Texas Tech;
O'NEAL,. MICHIGAN; Pllen, Nebras-
ka. Backs - Black, Mississippi
State;. Henderson, Oklahoma Ste-
wart, Tulsa.

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WOLVERINES ROB LYTLE and Jim Smith were named to
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first Mihigan running back named since Billy Taylor in 1971.
Smih was Michigan's first All-American end since Jim Man-
dich in 1969. Michigan also had five o her players receiving
lesser All-American honors.
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Ali in a day's work
NEW YORK - Unbeaten Duane Bobick will meet either
Muhammad Ali or Ken Norton at Madison Square Garden in
February, the AP learned yesterday.
The Garden has called anews conference for Monday to
make "an important" boxing announcement, a spokesman said
yesterday.
The Bobick-Nbrton fight was signed for the Garden in Feb-
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ALI SAID as recently as Wednesday that he would not fight
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Should Ali not be willing to fight again early next year, the
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Garden in February..
Sources say Norton has agreed to let Bobick out of their con-
tract in order to let him face Ali. In that case Norton would
probably meet Ron Lyle in Las Vegas as part of a closed cir-
cuit TV show.
Woman sues Kingdome
SEATTLE - A woman injured in a mishap during a Seattle
Seahawks football game at the Kingdome has filed a $1 million
claim against the city of Seattle.
Susan Pennock, 28, suffered a fractured vertebra when a
participant in a grandstand fight fell on her. She has been hos-
pitalized since the Nov. 1 mishap and underwent surgery Mon-
day. Doctors said she will be in a body cast for four months.
In her claim filed with the city clerk, Mrs. Pennock charged
that security precautions were inadequate and that excessive
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t, . , y11_1 i coach
sistant coach Jim Young, 41,
tops the list of leading candi-
NCIdates for the head football
coach at the University of Illi-
nois.u
Young left his defensive coor-
dinator's post in 1973 to become
the head football coach at the
University of Arizona.
P z PThe University of Illinois will
D6 / IL~~MI ~ t coach Bob Blackman this Fri-
pc day.
& the Floral Beauty of Christmas ay
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NEW YORK - Hal McRae
SAT DEC. 4: 8-30-:U whose hitting led the Kansas
. 0.City Royals to the American
League West Division title in
SU N ., D EC . 5 .* 10 : . 1976, was named yesterd'ay as
the AL's outstanding designated
hitter.
The award is presented each
year to the league's most valu-
NIELSEN'S table DH. McRae, who led all

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