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November 13, 1981 - Image 11

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Dietz, Harte star
*in intrasquad game
By JAMES LOMBARD
Freshman Peggy Harte overshadowed her teammate and older sister K.D., by
scoring 27 points to lead the Blue over the White 92-67, in the annual Michigan
women's intrasquad basketball game last night at Crisler Arena.
After a fairly close first half which ended with the Blue on top 42-41, both Hartes,
Terri Soullier, and June Hardy started connecting on all ranges of jump shots to
outscore the White 50-26 in the second half to break open the game.
THE BLUE combined this with a tenacious defense and a pesky full court press
to give the White offense problems throughout the second half.
Hardy of the Blue canned 24, along with senior All-American Diane Dietz of the
White team. Soullier, who picked up-most of her 19 points in the second half, and
{ardy, who was dominant under the boards, led the hustling Blue defense that led
to many fast breaks and easy Blue buckets.

._--.The weeki

The Michigan Daily-Friday, November 13, 1981-Page 11
DAILY I'lne .

Stager 1
By JAMES THOMPSON
e Gus Stager returns tonight as the new
head coach of the Michigan men's
swimming squad as the tankers take on
,Toronto at Matt Mann Pool at 7:30 p.m.
Stager, who has had success with the
feam in the past, has taken over as an
interim coach after former coach Bill
Farley's resignation.
COMING OFF of a 7-3 season and a
fourth place finish in the Big Ten, the
Wolverines look strong according to
Stager. "I feel terrific about our
swimmers," said Stager. "The swim-
*ners' performance thus far indicates
their desire to swim theit best."
The ,tankers are led by seniors
Feranando Canales, a ┬░freestyler, who
was red-shirted last year and Kevin
"Irish" Williamson, who has cut his.
last year's time considerably in the 1000
freestyle. Stager also feels the team has
many other leaders to help the team.
Others who he refers to are Bruce
emmell, a backstroker, Walter
'Trip" Gage and Tom Ernsting, both
freestylers, and Tom Dudley and Scott
Crowder, both flyers.
"They're (the swimmers) doing a
great job," said Stager. "They're a
good group of workers."
ONE PERSON he feels should do
very well is sophomore Mark Noetzel.
Noetzel is a freestyler who has also cut
his last year's time in the 50 freestyle.
Newcomers that will contribute to the
team's success are Carl Bocerra, who
looks really good according to Stager.
"We also have to expect a lot out of
Kip Kimball," replied Stager., One
thing he's concerned about though is
their main concern when they swim.
"They're more . concerned about
beating each other thus far than with
getting better times, which creates a
problem for the coach, then," he said.

eads tanker start

In relation td 'opening seasons in the
past, Stager indicated that there have
been differences between now and then.
Before, they started off the season too'
slowly, but right now things are moving
nicely. "I'm very satisfied about their
performances in practice and I'm
anxious to see the results of the meet,"
said Stager.
ALTHOUGH THE.team will only be
facing Toronto, there is expected to be
many close races. "The competition is
going to be there," explained Stager,
"but I think we're a better team."
The diving is where the real com-
petitiveness will show through. Toronto
has a diver the caliber of the best 12 in
the NCAA. For Michigan, Ron Merriott
and Jon Beach will be the top con-
tributors.
Last season, the Wolverines were
able to defeat Toronto, but with the
changeover in coaching jobs, some
might expect something different.
Since Stager has had the chance to
coach some of the swimmers in the
past, he feels they're more pleasant to
work with.
"It's a unique situation I'm in," he
said. "I can't lose. If we win, I'll be
given credit, but ifwe lose, the fault
doesn't lay with me. Between now and

two years ago, times have changed and
the whole student body has changed ...
they're a more serious group of young
people out here and after this meet, I'll
be able to tell more of their ability,"
said Stager.

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