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Frxdoy, Februor/ 20, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Friday, February 20, 1 S175 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tankers

hold

slim

By PAUL CAMPBELL
Amazing performances in tl
first two events and the last
lay led Michigan to a slim le
over defending champion Mi
igan State in the first day
the Big Ten Women's Swimmi
and Diving Championships
Matt Mann Pool last night.
The Wolverines, who amass
156 team points to the Spartan
141, served notice in the ope
ing 500 yard freestyle that th
will be very unobliging hos
Not only did freshperson supe
stud Katie McCully win t
event in a time of 5:03.05 (bc
a meet and school record), b
teammates Kathy Knox a
Chris DenHerder finished se
ond and third, respectively.
Debbie Bervitz and Lau
Team Standings
TEAM P
MICHIGANh
Michigan State1
Indiana1
Wisconsin
Minnesota!
Illinois
Purdue
Ohio State
Northwestern
Iowa
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Adamson proceeded to finish gest upset of the night in the set-studded meet came in the
one-two in the second event, the 50 yard freestyle. Faced with I one meter diving. Jane Man-
100 yard breaststroke, to give the looming presence of Ann chester, d e f e n d i n g national
Michigan an amazing 72 points Emmenecker, Ohio State's na- champion, from Michigan State,
after the race. tional collegiate record holder held a secure ,eight point lead
Michigan saved it's most at that distance, Margaret led after the required dives. But it
amazing feat, however, for all the way and brought home was not enough, as both Carol
the evening ending 200 yard a victory in the time of 25.2 Lindner of Indiana and Peggy
freestyle relay. Kathy Lin- seconds. Emmenecker had to Anderson of Wisconsin passed
genberg and Connie Ortega struggle to finish second, nip- Manchester in the optional pro-
joined McCully and Knox to ping Illinois' Mary Patterson by gram. Lindner's score of 424.55
Mcrully aynrh dnoxto only one one-hundredth of a points set yet another meet and
run away from the field with second. conference record.
a clocking of 1:39.21. That sefn u i tnfereterabird.l
time is less than one half sec- The final surprise of the up- Despite their ability to pull
ond off the time that won last I
year at the National meet. .

lead
off the major upsets, Indiana
suffered because of a lack of
depth and stands well back in
third with 106 team points. Wis-
consin with 91 and Minnesota
with 90 are the only other teams
that could threaten for the top
spots.
Competition resumes tomor-
row, with five individual and
two relay titles up for grabs.
Preliminaries will be at 11:00
a.m. and finals at 7:00 in the
evening.

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Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN
MICHIGAN'S IATIE McCULLY (L), Kathy Knox (R) and Chris DenHerder (C) celebrate
after taking first, second and third place respectively in the 500-yard freestyle in Big Ten
Championship action last night at Matt Mann Pool.
HOST BADGERS THIS WEEKEND

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156;
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106
91
90,
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The middle of the meet, how-
ever, was characterized by
Michigan S t a t e' s impressive
depth and a string of four suc-
cessive upsets.
The Spartans, who have won
t h r e e consecutive conference
titles, got points from 12 dif-
ferent individuals in the other
four events.
"They're real strong," com-
mented Michigan coach Stu.
Issac. "Don't let anybody tell
you that they can't win here.
It's going to be real exciting-
no way of knowing who's going
to win."
Two Michigan State swim-
mers also engineered an im-
pressive upset in the 100 yard
butterfly. Sue Tilden and Vicki
Riebeling beat the odds and
favorite Sara James of Min-
nesota as they finished one-two,
respectively.
James also came up short
in the 200 yard backstroke.
Despite having a preliminary
time that was a full five sec-
onds faster than anyone else
entered, James was beaten
cleanly by Indiana's Domi-
ique Amiand.
Another Hoosier, Margaret+
Roembke, pulled off the big-

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By DON MacLACHLAN
Three of Michigan's top foot-
ball recruits said yesterday
that they did not consider en-
rolling at Michigan State be-
cause of the three-year proba-
tion placed on the school.
Coach Bo Schembechler land-
ed nine prep gridders from the
State of Michigan over the last
two days.

linebacker Jeff Bednarek from
Trenton, split end Mike Har-
din from Detroit Central, tack-
les Mike Leoni from Flint Pow4
ers and Chuck Hetts from Tay-
lor Truman, and Kochanski
from Birmingham Brother Rice.
THE additional four pros-
pects are running backs Mike
Jolley from Southgate Aquinas,
Ralph' Clayton from Redford,
and Tony Leoni, Mike's brother,
from Flint Powers. Linebacker
Keith Gilmore from Highland
Park also signed his letter of
intent.

lta te
be one of the top five teams in
the country for the next four
years," said Bednarek.
Hardin, 6-2, 185, turned down
various other Big Ten schools
including Minnesota, Purdue,
Wisconsin, and'Michigan State
to enroll at Michigan. In addi-
tion to being a split end, Hardin
can play as either defensive
back or a kick return special-
ist.
Hetts, 6-5, 233, is extremely
agile for a big men. He turned
away numerous recruiters be-
cause he was sold on Michigan.

recruits snica

lers

look

toward

playoffs

By JOHN NIEMEYER igan State and Minnesota each Offensively, the Badger lines the Debol-Hughes line as the
The Michigan hockey -team split with one of the bottom are still up in the air, with sev- the left wing. Kip Mauer will
will try to return to the winning three teams in the league. eral players seeing lots of action move back as the center for
willktry teurn tot ihe Both Michigan and Minnesota at each position. At center, the Manery-D. Lindskog line.
track as they entertain the drpeaparterviu MkeE es'-g
Badgers of Wisconsin in Yost dropped a pair the previous Mike Eaves, Dave Herbst and Russ Blanzy will see some'
Ice Arena this weekend, at- weekend to open the door for Dave Lundeen normally all see action this weekend as he
tempting to avoid the losses then fourth place Michigan some action. will center the third line of
that have been plaguing the State. Herbst, who had an outstand- Bill Wheeler and Gary Mor-
WCHA's top contenders as of Again this weekend the Wol- ing game last Friday will have rison.
late. verines are not facing a power- to, sit out tonight after being Senior Don Fardig will cen-
Two weeks ago Michigan 'was house team in Wisconsin, which ejected for fighting on Satur- ter the fourth line with Mike
in the position to'move very is holding down last place in day. Eaves is a questionable Coffman and Dan Cormier on
close totion o the WCHA. The Badgers, how- starter this weekend after ag- the wings.
in the conference. Since that ever, knocked off Minnesota 9-3 gravating a back injury Friday This series is important for
time however, they have lost last Saturday and lost a close night and then returning Satur- both teams. A couple of wins
three out of four conference one in overtime Friday to the day night only to take a stick in Ann Arbor could boost the
games and are presently in a: Golden G o p h e r s. In recent in the mount resulting in a Badgers out of the cellar. Wins,
five way competition for three weeks they have shown much gash that required 5o stitches. for the Wolverines could put
of the four home playoff berths. improvement going 2-3-1, losing Rounding out the Wisconsin them in great position for mov-
Only Michigan Tech has clinch- only one game by more than lines will be wings Tom Ulseth, ing into second place in light of
ed a home playoff. one point, 5-3 to MSU. They Murray Johnson, Mike Meeker, their coming games with the,
While Michigan Tech has also scored a 5-1 victory over Rod Romanchuk, and Mark number two and three teams,
been winning consistently, the Michigan Tech.. Capouch. Michigan State and Minnesota.
number two, three, and four The Badgers' biggest problem Minding the net will be Mike Michigan out - personnels the;
teams are falling over each this season has been the loss Dibble, a sophomore from Min- Badgers and also sports the
other trying to give one an- of some key personnel to the neapolis who also shares the better record. The Wolverines
other the number two spot. U.S. Olympic team, including captain's responsibilities with are currently fightng a bout
Last weekend Michigan, Mich- head coach Bob Johnson who Eaves,.Lundeen,and Norwich. with the flu, wiich could make
is on leave of absence for the The Michigan lineup has it difficult for them to- skate forc
year. The coaching duties have, seen some major changes this three full periods two nights in
WCHA Standings been picked up by Jim Roth- week. Forward Ben Kawa has a row. Considering the flu andi
well, who has seen some bright been moved back to defense, the recent success of Wisconsin,4
W L T PTS spots despite his team's unfor- the position he started the nothing is certain at Yost this
Mich. Tech 19 7 0 tunate record. season at. Don Dufek will-join weekend.

"DUE TO the loss of1
sion exposure and bowl a
ances for the next three
I was not interested it
Michigan State program,'
all-state center Mark Kc
ski, one of the new Wolver
Schembechler signed on
end, two linebackers, thre
ning backs, and three in
linemen, including five al
ers.
Among the all-staters
leveland-
1, 11l2-94

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CLEVELAND {A - Formeri
Michigan star Campy Russell1
scored 18 points, 14 in the sec-
ond half, and the surging Cleve-
land Cavaliers trounced the
Portland Trail Blazers 112-94 for
their seventh straight Nationall
Basketball Association victory.
The triumph, Cleveland's 13th
in the last 15 games and a club
record, ninth straight home vic-
tory, moved the Cavaliers one
game ahead of the idle Wash-
ington Bullets in the Central
Division.
The Cavaliers led 53-47 at thej
half and increased the margin
to 82-67 after three periods. I
Cleveland built the first of
several 21-point leads by scor-{

ing the last six points o
third quarter and the fir
of the final period, m
ahead 88-67.
Dick Snyder added 17 p
Chones 15 and Jim Brewer
ped in with 14 points a
rebounds for Cleveland. S
Wicks led Portland wit
points.
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One of those bright spots
is defenseman Craig Norwich
who is also the team's leading
scorer. The 5'11" sophomore
from Edina, Minnesota has
scored 11 goals and added 24
assists while playing some out-
standing defense for Wiscon-
sin.r
The other top defenseman is'
Norm McIntosh, who Rockwell
regards as an outstanding de-i
fenseman. The defense is round-;
ed out by Bob Suter and Brad
Mullens. .

"'said The signings have not been
ochan- "Bo Schembechler is a hell- confirmed by the athletic de-
rines. uva guy and none of the other partment. Normal policy is to
e split schools have the class of Michi- wait until all recruits have been
e run- gan," said Tony Leoni. signed before making a formal
iterior Tony, at 6.0, 195 pounds is. announcement.
1-stat-, hopeful that his brother Mike High school All - American
at 6-3, 240 will open holes up quarterback Mike Marshall
are for him in the future. "I didn't from Detroit Southwestern will
want to bother with the proba- announce his decision Monday,
tion problem at MSU," he add-, but reportedly is swaying to-
ed. ward Michigan.
Kochanski, 6-3, 235 felt "M ich- , = : r0=ina e>m
igan has a better academic
program than other schools, THINK
and I really want an opportun-
f the ity to play in the Rose Bowl." ^ SPRING I
st six He is an excellent baseball
aoving pitcher but plans to devote all
his time to football at Michi-
points,' gan. IT O I A
chip-
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idney tremely quick for a linebacker.
th 23 "I like the coaching staff and
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TRAVEL TO TOLEDO
Matmen prepare for Big 10

This Weekend's Games
Wisconsin at MICHIGAN
Minnesota at Colorado College
Minn-Duluth at Denver
Michigan State at Notre Dame
North Dakota at Michigan Tech

M en tumblers test
routines, Spartans
By ENID GOLDMAN ner and Nigel Rothwell to best
The men's gymnastics team, a Spartan team led b/ Craig
which registered a season high Maclean, Jeff Rudolph and Joe!
213.50 last Saturday against the Shepherd. The Blue squad will'
top ranked Indiana State Syca- be without the talents of co-
mores, looks to continue a high captain Pierre Leclerc who is:
level of performance when it competing in the Canadian Ohm-
takes on Michigan State to- pic qualifying meet this week-
night, at East Lansing. end.
"I hope we don't let the score "Every meet is different. In
against Indiana stand in itself," this one the individual w:!l be'
stated senior high bar specialist depending more on internal
Bob Darden. "If we're not -care- rather than external pressure,"
ful, MSU could really give us a said Poynton. "MSU is ju it not
run for our money." the caliber of Indiana State."
THE SPARTANS, however, THE WOLVERINES lost their
are not considered to be na- first dual meet of the season,I
tional contenders, as their high- and their first home contest

By BOB MILLER
The Toledo Rockets, not
exactly a powerhouse in col-
lege wrestling, will be Mich-
igan's final opponent before the
Big Ten championships.
After' being dealt with upset-
ting losses against Minnesota
and MSU, a shellacking by
Iowa, and a giveaway to Wiscon-
sin, the matmen should be about
ready to tackle Toledo and end
a two game losing streak.
Coach Bill Johannesen de-
clined to label the match as a
tune up for the biggie in Iowa
City on February 28-29, but
rather as "a filler on our sched-
ule because we didn't want to
go into the championship meet
with only two weeks of solid
practice."
Toledo does have John Rob-
inson, who, at 190 pounds is a
former Michigan state cham-
pion from Romulus. At 142
pounds is Brad Smith, along
with his borther Virgil (150),
are the Rockets other stellar

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Badgers, and is expected to a 15-6 overall record (6-4 in
start. However, Ed Neiswender the Big Ten). The latest poll
and Steve Shuster will be side- places them 17th in the na-
lined. Neiswender collided - in tion. Against the fifth ranked
practice with a teammate and Badgers, Johannesen believes
now sports six stitches over his that Wisconsin "was fortunate
eye. Shuster is still bothered to leave Ann Arbor with a vic-
by sore knees. tory." These indications of a
Injuries will force Michigan resurgence in the matmen's
to alter their lineup, as it has{ play will be tested against I
been most of the year. Coach Toledo.
Johannesen concedes that "if If Michigan is to have any
wve are ahead by a sizeable clout in the Big Ten meet, they
margin, we might even forfeit imust "mop up" against weaker
our heavyweight event." This opponents. Toledo will give
implies that Johannesen is con- them an opportunity to sharpen
fident once again that despite their skills and regain the con-
losing four out of their last .sixfidence they must have.
outings, the wrestling team will

"Col loqu
(a dramatic ado
by DO
MORNING
SUNDAY
10:15 a.m

performers.
Michigan captain Mark John-
son is O.K., after suffering a
minor head injury against the

have things their way vs. To- In any case, the grapplers
ledo. are to be commended for their
In fact, Michigan possesses fine tshowing this year.
Ann Arbor 'Cantata Singers
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est scores hover in the 195'
range. Michigan, by virtue of its
total against the Sycamores, is
now ranked among the top five'
in the country.
"Supposedly there would be a
let-down from last weekend,"
said co-captain Jerry Poynton.
"But because we 'are working
to reestablish our goals and
build towards the Big Tens, I
hone the team will be up f:r 't."
Michigan State will be hnst-
ing the Big Ten Championships
March 26-27. Today's meet -will
also provide the Wolveines with
an opportunity to ')ecome ac-
customed to the eqiprent at
Jenison Field Ho6se.
"We'll be here for the grand
finale and it does give 'h4 meet
more flRor." nnted Povnton.
MICHGAN will need 'r'ng
performan'es from -]i-arpind-

ever in Crisler Arena last Satur-
day to the Sycamores, who tal-
lied a 214.90. %
"We're just seeking to main-
tain a fine level of perform- .
ance," stated Coach Newt
Loken.
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