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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

iday, January 23, 197b

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

FRIDAY at HILLEL
5 p.m.-Minyan Davening
5:30-Ramah Davening
6:15-Shabbat Dinner
8:00-Reform Service
8:30-Speaker-MOSHE KEREM
Topic: RELIGION ON THE KIBBUTZ
Mr. Kerem has been a member of Kibbutz Gesher
Haziv since its foundina in 1949.
Please make dinner reservations by 1 p.m. Friday
at H I L L E L-1429 Hill St.
663-3336

Swimmers to battle
Purdue, Northwestern

By RICK MADDOCK 57, while they have d&ated
S The Michigan swim team hostsNorthwestern, Western Ilinois
The ichganswimtean hstsan-d Iowa.
Purdue and Northwestern m two
separate dual meets this week- THE BOILERMAKERS have
end. Expecting a double victory, good personnel in several events,
the Wolverines could raise their but not enough depth co be a
record to 4-0 in Big Ten action serious threat to the Wolverines.
and 6-1 overall. But there will be some exciting
Purdue, the Wolverines' op- matchups. Purdue's Mike Kelley
ponents Friday night at 7:30, and Jim Lines will be going
are 2-1 in Big Ten competition against Michigan's Clark Kogen,

and 3-1 overall. The Boil. rmak-
ers' loss was to Ohio Sta.e, 66-

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Josh Luce and Brad Brockway
in the 200-yard breaststroke.
In the 100-yard backstixke,
Boilermakers' Mark Wintercorn
and Buster Lorentsen wll be
battling against Wolverines Rob-
bie Helt and Norm Semchyshen.
"Purdue will give us a good
test in some events," comment-
ed Coach Gus Stager.
When asked about Northwest-'
ern's swim team, Stager replied,
"They are very weak."
SO, IF MICHIGAN has as
easy a time with Purlue on
Friday night, as planned, then'
one can only imagine xwiat Sa-
turday's 3:00 p.m. meet against
the Wildcats will be like. After
all, Purdue beat Northwestern
93-28.
Although it sounds like the
local tankers may be wasting
their time, Stager nas some
definite plans on how to use
these meets -to Michigan's full'
advantage.
Stager explained, "We have
some young men on the team

who haven't had a chance to
swim in a meet yet. It wi1 be
interesting to see how they do."
He was referring t) such
swimmers as Chip Ellis, Bill
Mills and Kevin Cullen. All three
of these freshmen will be seeing!
action against Northwestern.
THESE TWO meets will rlso
be used, to some extent, by the
Wolverines top swimmers to try
and achieve qualifying times for
the NCAA championships. Cur-
rently, Gordon Downie is the
only Michigan swimmer who has
been clocked at a fast enough
time to automatically qualify for
the championships.
The NCAA lists two times for
Division I college teams. These
times are the qualifying stan-
dards for each event to be run
in the championships.
The first time listed, which is
the faster of the two times, is
the automatic qualifying time.
That is, any swimmer who is
clocked at this time for his
specific events in a bona fide
competition or certified time
trial is automatically eligible
for the championships.

AP Photo
FORMER PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES pitching star Robin Roberts has been elected to base-
ball's Hall of Fame, it was announced yesterday. Bob Lemon, one-time hurling ace for Cleve-
land, was also elected.

THE SECOND time listed is!
called the consideration time.
Each event, in the champion-
ships, has a limit of 40 par'ici-
pants. When all the automatic
qualifiers are used, then swim-
mers who have clocked a con-
sideration time will oe accepted
until the event is filled.
According to Stager, Michi-
gan swimmers who will be gun-
ning for automatics this week-
end will be Tom Sz ba, Alan
McClatchey, Ric Pepper arnd
Gordon Downie (who will be
shooting for another one).

SPOR'S OF THE DAILY

Cooperstown elects two
NEW YORK - Robin Rob- balloting by the Baseball b'vetoed
erts and Bob Lemon, a pair of Writers Association of America.
super right-handed pitchers With 388 ballots returned, 75+ NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The
during the-1950s' were voted in-, per cent of 291 votes were re- NCAA football rules committee
to baseball's Hall of Fame yes- quired for election. Roberts re- yesterday rejected a proposal
terday. ceived 337 and Lemon 305. The for a pro-style tie-breaker rule.
Both were elected easily in late Gil Hodges was third with Ciff Speegle, chairman of
laeGlHde-wstidwt- the committee and commission-

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Quartct
SUNDAY, FEB. 1
8:00 p.m.

M anione
VILLAGE VOICE: Man-
gione, who has been
playing a n d recording
for more than a decade,
was much influenced by

233 votes, 58 short. of election..
Roberts, pitching for the
Philadelphia Phillies, Baltimore
Baltimore Orioles, Houston
Astros and Chicago Cubs won
286 games in 19 seasons and
had six straight 20-victory sea-
sons. Lemon had 207 victories
including a stretch of seven 20-
win seasons in nine years, all
with the Cleveland Indians.
-AP

er of the Southwest Athletic
Conference, said "The most
important thing in rewriting
these rules is the safety as-
pect," said. Speegle. He said
the last major blocking change
was in 1958 and "not as much
has been done in 19 years to
make the game safer."
1976 football season.
However, it did adopt rules
designed to protect the quarter-
back and a series 'of rules on
blocking.
-AP

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