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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 7, 1976

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Soviet gymnasts to
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--- ~ By GEOFFREY LARCOXI . nt'i ed e-ery Olympic team
PERSNALOlga Korbut, Nelli Kim, Nico; 'ii'l si ce 1952.
PERSONALlai Andrianov, three of the most R 'snonse to2the exhibition has
production SWEET, FURRY, bundle of joy famous names in the world of been excellent, as evidenced by
treatment., needs a home Dec..,23 thru Jan. 6. gymnastics. These three will be tbe canacity crowd the Russians
necessary. Please take care of my cat over the
it on thej holidays. Call 761-0738. dF1207 on hand tonight when the Soviet will paerformi for.
3., 10 a.m . .. - gymnastics team makes its only The Russia-s visit, part of a
dFtc XEROX AND OFFSET Michigan appearance on its 10- nrogramn sponsored by the Unit-
fast, low cost duplicating city tour of the United States. ed States Gymnastics Federa-
'ON COPY QUICK The exhibition, which will be tion, is the third in the last
1217 S. University 769-0560 at 7:30 p.m. in Crisler Arena, three years by an eastern team.
) magazine . cFtc will feature the most titled col- Unfortunately, the Russians
THEOPHILUS LOVES CAROL AND lection of gymnasts ever to per- will not conduct a press confer-
Prtists, edi- PHLEAND MISSES THEM form for a single country. ence nor will they give any, in-
spersons MARRY ME The Soviet contingent willi terviews as has been the policy
SONS! 72F1212 number 21 athletes, among in all of their U. S. stops.
them 19 world or Olympic team The Michigan gymnastics
7 We-come to the members, of which nine are team is acting as the official
B U E title holders in either world or welcoming committee for the
ce - First LOlympic competition. Soviets. They've even made up
ion Bldg. The Soviet men will be lead a sign in Russian lettering
dF1207 by Nicolai Andrianov, the snelling out: "Welcome Soviet
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the Assoc. gymnast. Alexander Ditiatin, "I'm tremendously excited,"
d Children, G A M ELVladmir Marchenko, and Val- exclaimed Michigan coach
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By The Associated Press
McAdoo moving?
BUFFALO - Buffalo center Bob McAdoo could be wearing
the uniform of another National Basketball Association team very
soon, Braves co-hwner Paul Snyder said Monday.
"I told McAdoo yesterday that if we can't sign him today
we're going to trade him," Snyder told a news conference.
Snyder said McAdoo's new team could be either the New York
Knicks or the Seattle SuperSonics.
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Pitt selects Sherrill
PITTSBURGH - Jackie Sherrill will return to the University
of Pittsburgh to succeed Johnny Majors as head football coach,
The Associated Press learned Monday night.
Sherrill, who recently completed a 3-8 season in his first
year as head football coach at Washington State University,' was
to announce the move later Monday night at a news conference
in Pullman, Wash., a Pitt source said.+
Before taking the Washington State post, Sherrill spent
three years at Pitt as a top assistant under Majors, who
announced last week that he was leaving to become coach and
assistant athletic director at the University of Tennessee.
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LOS ANGELES - Veteran sluggers George Scott and Rico
Carty returned to their old teams Monday and the Milwaukee
Brewers completed two separate major deals at baseball's winter
meetings.
The Brewers swapped Scott and outfielder, BernierCarbo
exchange for first baseman Cecil Cooper after. earlier sendin
catcher Darrell Porter and pitcher Jim Colborn to Kansas City
for infielder Jamie Quirk, outfielder Jim Wohlford and a player
to be named later.

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draft a month ago, returned to the Indians in a deal that sent
catcher Rick Cerone and utili'yman John Lowenstein to the Blue
Jays.
Michigan on top
MICHIGAN (22) 2-0 368 NEW YORK (UPI)-Michigan,
quette (16) -0 runnerup to Indiana in the
Nevada-Las Vegas (1) 3-0 179 NCAA tournament last season,
Kentucky 2-0 168 took over the No. 1 spot Monday
Alabama 4-0 119 in 'he first weekly United Press
San Francisco 4-0 95 International Board of Coaches
North Carolina 2-1 90 col'ege basketball ratings.
Cincinnati 3-0 87 The Wolverines, ranked, se-
Notre Dame 3-0 86
Indiana 1-1 57 cond to Marquette 'in the pre-
Tennessee 2-0 41 season ratings. won their first
Wake Forest 4-0 31 two games of the season and re-
Maryland 3-1 28
Louisville 1-1 27 ceived 22 first place votes and
washington St. 3-0 19 368 points, from 39 members of
Southern Illinois 3-0 18 the coaches board who partici-
Oregon 2-1 13
Clemson 4-0 10' pated in this week's ratings.

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