Wednesday, February 25, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Jo nson keys
in the half mile, which would
be the school record," stated
Warhurst. "He's probably run-
ning at 70 per cent ability right;
now. It's just a matter of his1
physical ailments keeping from
achieving super fast times inZ
the half mile."s
Sports of the Daily
Red Wing clipped
TORONTO-Dan Maloney -of the Detroit Red Wings, who
battered Toronto defenseman Brian Glennie to the ice during a
National Hockey League game last November, will have to
stand trial on a charge of assault causing bodily harm, a
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By ERNIE DUNBAR
1:50.8 with 40 minutes rest in
betwen rraae T think thnca
etet cUU5 s. mnx ose
The consistent success of the two races so close together
Michigan track team, which really' had an effect on his
boasts three dual meet victories knees and hurt his perform-
and the Central Collegiate Con- ance in the finals."
ference indoor championship, "In the 1000 last year he
can be partly attributed to the wasn't fit at all going into the
improved performances of mid- Big Ten indoor meet," con-
,dle-distance runner Andy John- tinued Warhurst. "But this year,
son. based on his times, he's got to
At 6-6, the junior from Ohio be the favorite to win the 1000."
appears better suited to play Warhurst points out that John-
for J o h n n y Orr's basketball son's leg troubles presents some
team, but the lanky runner ( problems in training.
doesn't feel his size hinders his "We went to strictly speed in-
racing. terval training and took him off
"My height's no problem for any major distance work," said
me," said Johnson. "If anything i Warhurst. "We could only give
it's imposing for the other run- him 12 to 15 miles a week of
ners. It gives them more to get distance as compared to the 20
around." to 25 that he's running now,"
This season Andy's demon- Irfwe could get him to run
strated his versatility, run- - __ u
ENID GOLDMAN "I think I'll eventually break jr'vuilaL court Juge ru yeLteUaay.
the school record of 1:47.1," Maloney, a 25-year-old left wing,
Johnson said. "But right now yerinpio.Iistehrdnta
50 miles of distance a week I'm more concerned with win years in prison. It is the third inst
for six or eight months, there's ning races and not going for winding up on trial for his actions on ti
no telling how fast he could any particular time goals." In the Nov. 5 game in Toronto, won
go," added Warhurst. "He can
be a world class half miler Looking towards the Big Ten threw a solid body check at Brian Hexta
if his knees would ever hold indoor championships, Johnson Maloney then allegedly approache
up." feels he's got a good chance to hit him in the face and knocked him i
Even though Johnson has take the 1000 yard dash title.
been hampered by leg prob- "If I can stay healthy I canbeetest
lems coach Warhurst thinks the give anyone a really good race,"
best is yet to come from Andy.; stated Johnson. "I'd like to win
"We hope he can get down to; the Big Ten's, but I don't care
around 1:46.5 or 1:47.0 outdoor what kind of time I win it in." b d e aced a
IWJN C"MFT '70- I1 EAST LANSING--Los An-1elnti
faces a maximum five
ance of an NHL player
7-3 by the Leafs, Glennie
ed Glennie from behind,
to the ice, picked him up
ped him to the ice again
ning the quarter on mile re-
lay teams, the 600-yard dash,
half mile relay legs in theE
distance medley and two mile
relays, the 1000-yard dash and
the anchoring half-mile on
Michigan's w o r l d record
sprint medley relay team.
However, if Johnson had his'
choice, he'd compete in the 1000
"Running the 1000 at the Cen-
tral Collegiate's was probably
my most gratifying race so far
this year," commented Johnson.
"I finished really hard and set
a personal best of 2:08.5."
Andy's philosophy on running
for time goals demonstrates the
team concept the track squad
has displayed this season. I
"It's nice to run fast times," '
said Johnson, "but it's better to
be consistent and win most of
Johnson's previous success has
been hindered by a problem of
tendonitis in his knees.-
"Last year at the Big Ten
outdoor meet,athe halfmilers
r titchm' Mika Ma~rshall
LY7V W I, X-A" IYJIE 1 6 7,p-jl
Women rip Olivet
was arrested yesterday for hitting a baseball without a permit
in the Michigan State University Intramural Building.
Campus police officials said they were summoned to the
building after tennis-playing students and faculty members
complained Marshall's use of a nearby hitting and pitching
area disrupted their games.
Special To The Daily we started to press and started,
OLIVET-Playing a full court working the fast break really,
press after a slow start, the really well."
Michigan women's basketball At one point in the first half'
team demolished Olivet, 79-51, the score stood at 12-11, but the
here last night. . Wolverine fast break and full
The victory gave the surging court press worked wonders as
Wolverines a snappy 10-4 mark they exited at halftime with a
with two games to play before commanding 48-23 lead.
the state tournament at Kala- "We have to hustle on the
mazoo March 4-6. .'fast break," Woodbury empha-I
Despite two key Michigan in- sized. "We have to have a lot
juries, Olivet presented very of team work. Everybody must
few problems for the hustling know where everybody else is
Wolverines. Lydia Sims led all supposed to be. It's a thinking
scorers with 24 points, but close game
on her heels was Melinda Fer- Jackie Boyden replaced start-I
tig who canned 20 points. er Carol Klomperans, who, along
with Woodbury, is out indefi-
th first fIve mnues nor o nitelypending a doctor's exam-
cad inidr b c~timtteColleen
Olivet was led by an 18 point Campus police said the 33-year-old Cy Young Award winner
performance from Sue Bujack. refused to leave unless he was arrested. Police said they drove
The 'Wolverines next contest Marshall to headquarters and booked, fingerprinted and photo-
is an away game against Adrian
Thursday night. "Adrian is tall: graphed him before releasing him without bond.
. . . and well respected," Bor- -AP
Saturday night Northwestern North Stars sign Olympian
invades Crisler Arena for Mich- N r'r s
igan's final game before the
state tournament. BLOOMINGTON, Minn.-U.S. Olympic star Steve Jensen
The Wolverines head happily cashed in on his showing in Innsbruck yesterday by signing a
into that tourney seeded num- National Hockey League contract with the Minnesota North
ber two in the state, behind stars.
tournament host Western Mich- The 20-year-old left winger, a Minnesota native, played two
igan. seasons of hockey for Michigan Tech before joining the U.S.
-Courtesy of Sports Information
MIDDLE-DISTANCE runner Andy Johnson concentrates on
winning the 1000 yard dash in a recent triangular meet with
Notre Dame and Bowling Green. Johnson's performances
Time Top 20
squad. He collected
s during the recent
ames, making him
er for a U.S. squad
owly missed a bronze
-Y./G;4 - ..ru2114 -- -' VY - - "G -had to run semi-finalsa, sad Saa injure su osuu~t
have helped vault the Wolverines into prominence in the Big Assistant Coach Ron War- Woodbury, forced to sit this one "JACKIE DID a real good job
Ten. hurst. "Andy ran 1:51.6 and out with an ankle injury, "then tonight," said Coach Carmel,
Borders, who, like men's coach:
John Orr, is a little under the
PLA YOFFS APPROACH- weather. Borders also praised
;Kim Tath and Linda Severin
for their performances in sub-f
stitute roles. Boyden had 7
points, Tath 2, and Severin a
lone free throw.
UR 1e Kathryn Young tossed in 12
five and Roberta Zald with four
contributed to the Wolverines'
By PAUL CAMPBELL EVEN IF these unlikely events pened is that the lower division kota, tied for last with twentyverine total of 79 paints. Every Wol-
With two weekends of regular come to pass, the first place teams are fighting their way points, would be eliminated. But
Weash play knds ofrg, r tie (each team would have 421 up." with two w eks remaining, and
season play remaining, the points) would be resolved in Statistics seem to bear out t eighth place Denver (22 points)
WCHA has crowned a new Tech's favor because it holds a Brooks' analysis. A look at last well within striking distance,
champion. 3-1 edge in this season's series weekend's action displays the either of these teams could se-;
Michigan Tech, second in the between the two teams. second division teams' ability cure a playoff spot. i 0 1 N T I
league but first in the NCAA But if the race for top honors to compete with their higher- THE RACE for the home ad-
tourney last year, swept North has ended early, every other placed peers. vantage is also very tight. While
Dakota, 12-2 and 5-2, last week- place is still up for grabs. The After Michigan Tech's :weep, Michigan currently holds down EDTOR's NOTE: "Point Blan
end in Houghton to take an eight most remarkable feature of this none of the top four team's 'fourth place the Wolverines face sports page. In this feature, you
point lead over second-place year's race is the amazing par-, could manage more than a split. coaches and players - or the Dai
Michigan State. ity of the ten team league. Michigan had to win Saturday Minnesota and Michigan State tions you have about Michigan spor
With four games remaining, "This is the most balanced to salvage two points against in their two remaining series. Daily.we will answer as many qu e
the Spartans could pull even race that I can remember," said Wisconsin. Colorado College beat Notre Dame, only two points your question well try to answer
with the Huskies. To do so, they Minnesota coach Herb Brooks, Minnesota on Saturday, pre- behind Michigan, holds a clear ies to the Michigan Daily Sports De
would have to sweep their two ' whose Gophers are slugging it venting the Goohers from pass- I advantage in its remaining-Have Michigan and Nebr
remaining series against Cola- out for second place with Michi- ing Michigan State (who barely games. It hosts Minnesota- Q-av Michgan adebr
rado College and Michigan. gan State. managed to win one from Notre Duluth this weekend before fall, and Ci, theysin the f
Meanwhile, Tech would have to "IT'S NOT really that the top Dame) in the battle for second. travelling to Wisconsin to end answer. Sue C., Jackson Hole, '
lose two apiece to Wisconsin and te-ms are worse, either," In the last two weekends of the regular season. Michigan and Nebraska ha'
Minnesota-Duluth. Brooks continued. "What's hap- action. WCHA teams have split four occasions. In the first mee
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Team Points that narr
Indiana (37) 23-0 406 medal.
Marquette (3) 22-1 361
North Carolina (1) 22-2 315
Rutgers 231.0 259
Nevada-Las Vegas 26-1 187
Notre Dame 20-4 109
UCLA 20.4 104
Maryland 19-5 95
Washington 21-3 92
Alabama 19-3 86
MICHIGAN 18-5 82
Tennessee 18-4 44
Missouri 22-3 37
St. John's NY 20-3 23
Louisville 18-5 15
Texas A&M 20-5 13
Florida aSt. 18-5 12
North Car. St. 19-5 11 A
Cincinnati '19.4 7'
Arizona 19-8 6 5
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nine of ten series. toel the Cornhuskers 31-0 en route to a 12-1 season. The two
OF COURSE, all this informa- ? Oyn $IhIo. to teams met again in 1911, playing to a 6-6 tie, both squads
to1 js narticulhrl relevant in . .finishing the season with a 5-1-2 record.
light of the a proaching post- Iih ost IChigi In 1917 Michigan upset a favored Nebraska team 20-0 on
s-son 'olayoffs. Ferry Field. 'Ted "Tank" Weiman led the Maize and Blue
There are rellv two race in attack, scoring one touchdown, two field goals, and drop-
one. First, a team mist finish IEl Eation tta kicking two extra points. Walter Camp named Weiman Play-
in the top eight to onialifv. erikigtextrakpaints.eWltrts.
c4^odly, a finish in the ton By MB DILLON er of the Week for his efforts.
f^r aioes a team the lvme ice; TIn 1962, the last time the two teams met, Nebraska record-
I n"Tntaea in the two gamei The synchronized swim team ed a 25-13 win, led by All-American quarterback Dennis Cla-
t1+al nal quarterfin+l series its last Michigan nvia- ridge, guard Bob Brown and Bill "Thunder" Thornton's two
Mr-h 12-tional, l eee- touchdowns. Bob Devaney was in his first year of coaching
Tf t^ nl"voffs hban tnmnor- Son, Saturday at Margaret Bell , the Cornhusker team,' and the opening game loss sent Michi-
rsrsnaniNorth Da-gy 2-7ssool from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
""".W1 gsn n orhD-ann on its way to a 2-7 season.
Ten Midwestern schools will1
I enter the competition, including
MSU, Northwestern, Youngstown
State, Wisconsin and a very able
Ohio State team which should
prove the toughest of them all.
"Beating Ohio State won't
be very easy," said Captain
Helen Heneveld. "They write
great, original routines and
work out a lot. They spent two
weeks practicing in Florida
over Christmas, and that real-
ly gives them an edge."
Figure competition will take
place in the morning, with each
swimmer performing three com-
pulsory stunts and two optionals.
Afternoon activity will feature
solo, duet, trio and team rou-
Michigan, which has placed
first in three meets and sec-
ond in the invitational at Ohio
State, should place among the
"We hope to take at least twoI
places in the top three figureI
categories and for sure in novice
and junior divisions," said Hene-
veld, who placed first in novice:
figure competition at OSU.
Future schedules, through the 1978 season, do not in-
clude Nebraska. In 1978 Michigan travels to South Bend to
play Notre Dame.
Buffalo 109, New 'York 103
washington 92, Chicago 83
Washington 5, Philadelphia 5
Montreal 6, St. Louis 2
Men's College Basketball
No. Carolina 91, No. Carolina St. 79
Southern 96, Aicorn State 82
N. Michigan 60, Ferris State 52
Providence 85, Rhode Island 66
Transylvania 65, Centre 57
Women's College Basketball
MICHIGAN 79, Olivet 51
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