The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, January 13, 1981-Page 11
SPOR TS OF THE DAILY
Tumblers take top spots
By LARRY MISHKIN
he Michigan men's gymnasts led
the way at the Big Ten Invitational held
at Michigan State this past weekend by
winning four first places, a second
place, and two third places in seven
While the remainder of Michigan's
scores were a bit lower, the team's per-
formance was not a factor as only in-
dividual results were recorded in the
team event featuring Michigan
te, Wisconsin, Western and Eastern
Michigan, along with Michigan.
First place performances were tur-
ned in by Nevin Hedlund with a 9.05 on
the pommel horse, Darrell Yee with an
exceptional 9.55 on the rings, Kevin
McKee with a 9.3 in the floor exercises,
and Marshall Garfield with a 9.35 on the
parallel bars. A 98.75 by Milan
Stanovich was good for second place in
the all-around competition and Garfield
finished right behing him with a 97.75.
cKee also had a third place in the
aulting competition with a score of
Coach Newt Loken said he was
pleased with his gymnast's performan-
ces but said that the team effort will
have to be improved upon. "We cap-
tured a good number of top spots, but
not enough second and third places. We
will have to work on this phase in order
to post a serious challenge against our
rthcoming competitors, all of whom
The University of Michigan Lacrosse
Club will hold an organizational
meeting tonight in Room 2230, CCRB at
8 p.m. This meeting will deal with club
membership, as well as practice and
season schedules. Both old and new
members are welcome, and club
leaders stress that no lacrosse ex-
* rience is necessary.
There will also be a meeting for
anyone interested in joining the varsity
softball team tomorrow at 4:30 in the
basement of the Athletic Ad-
Colgate 93, Bucknell 90
RPI 71, Vermont 59
S. Carolina St. 65, N.C.-Wilmington
Indiana Cent. 50, N. Kentucky 49
Boton 4, Minnesota 3
St.,Louis 5, Hartford 2
M ontie s3 R dmoiton 0-
will be tough. We really need a lot of
work in this area," Loken said.
Loken did not however confine his
praise only to his regulars as he spoke
highly of the performances by reserves
Stu Downing, Chip Davis, Lee Buck-
man, John Castle, and Steve Schein-
man, the five of whom were able to par-
ticipate in the meet because of the open
The Wolverine gymnasts travel to
Champaign this weekend to take on a
tough Illinois squad as the team portion
of the 1981 phase of the season gets un-
Shea takes fourth
The men's indoor track team opened
it's season with a solid performance
against representatives from over
twenty schools at the East Tennessee
Invitational last weekend.
Mike Shea, who placed fourth in the
half mile with'a time of 1:53.02, turned
in a super performance according to
coach Jack Harvey. However, Shea had
a faster time, 1:52.09, in the
preliminary heats held on Friday.
Shea's time qualifies him to run in the
NCAA meet to be held at Detroit in
Michigan's mile relay team of Shea,
Andrew Bruce, Shelby Johnson, and
Ken Gardner came in fourth with a
time of 3:14.07. Tennessee won the
event turning in a time of 3:12.02
followed by Kansas, 3:12.25, and
Villinova,3:12.50. Shea had the fastest
sprint among the Wolverines. The thin-
clads performance in the mile relay
also qualified them to compete in the
Michigan broad jumper James Ross,,
who qualified for the United States
Olympic trials last year, placed third in
the meet with a jump of 24'8 3/4".
Harvey said that the Wolverine per-.
formance was good for the time of year..
"Coming off break," said Harvey, "we
did really well." The Wolverine.
tracksters were hampered by the
slightly larger track, 1/6 mile, at East
CHICAGO (AP)-Indiana forward
Ted Kitchel, turning in a brilliant per-
formance by scoring 40 points against
Illinois Saturday, has been named Big
Ten basketball Player of the Week.
Kitchel, a 6-8, 210-pound junior from
Galveston, Ind., made 11 of 13 field goal
attempts and connected on 18 of 18 from
the free throw line as the Hoosiers
buried the Illini 78-61.
It marked only the second time in the
last five years that a player has scored
40 points in a Big Ten game. Ironically,
the last to do it was Indiana's Mike
Woodson who poured in 48 points in 1978
URBANA, Ill. (AP)-The National
Collegiate Athletic Association cannot
be dropped as a defendant in a lawsuit
filed by University of Illinois quarter-
back Dave Wilson.
The NCAA had asked to be dropped
from the suit, saying it did virtually no
Sports on Tap
January 16-MICHIGAN STATE, 7:30
January 17-at Michigan State
January 15-INDIANA, 8:05 p.m.
January 17--IOWA, 4:05 p.m.
January 18-at Illinois
January 15-WISCONSIN, 7:30 p.m.
MEN'S INDOOR TRACK
January 16 at Eastern Michigan
January 14-KENT STATE, 7 p.m.
January 17 at U. of Detroit
January 18 at Illinois
WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK
January 17 at Western Michigan
January 14 at Cleveland State
January 17-NORTHERN ILLINOIS,
UPI Top Twenty
NEW YORK (UPI)-The United
Press International Board of Coaches
Top 20 college basketball ratings first-
place votes and won-lost records in
1. Oregon St. (31) 12-0 585
2. Virginia (3) 11-0 527
3. DePaul (4) 13-1 491
4. Kentucky (2) 10-1 478
5. Wake Forest 12-0 483
6. LSU 12-1 275
7. Maryland 11-2 225
8. MICHIGAN 10-1 199
9. UCLA 8-2 189
10. Notre Dame 8-2 179
11. S. Alabama 13-1 159
12. Tennessee 10-2 132
13. Brigham Young 12-2 118
14. Arizona St. 11-2 103
15. Utah 13-1 100
16. Iowa 9-2 91
17. N. Carolina 10-4 89
18. Connecticut 10-0 61
19. Indiana 9-5 56
20. Minnesota 9-2 46
... wins rings
business in Illinois and was not directly
involved in the dispute over Wilson's
However, Judge Harry Clem of Cam-
paign County Circuit Court said NCAA
rules affect member schools like
Illinois, and therefore it must answer
Wilson's lawsuit in state court.
Wilson, who was declared
academically ineligible after his tran-
sfer from a California junior college to
Illinois, filed suit against the Big Ten
Conference and the NCAA.
Spread Your Wings
s Dance Classe from
The University of Michigan
Department of Dance
* Beginning Modern * Beginning Ballet
" Beginning Jazz " Intermediate Ballet
" Young Dancers' Performance Workshop
Dance classes begin the week of January 19th,
or one week earlier than most of our other classes.
1) Call (313) 763-4321, M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., if you have Visa or Mastercard
2) Come to the U-M Extension Service Building at 412 Maynard St., M-F,
8a om.-5 p.m.
3) Come to the U-M Dance Building on North University Court (East wing of
the Central Campus Recreation Building) between 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday,
January 13th or Wednesday, January 14th.
4) Send us a mail registration form from our free catalog.
CLASSES WITHOUT SUFFICIENT PRE-REGISTRATION BY
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th WILL BE CANCELLED!
Call University of Michigan Courses in Adult Education during normal
business hours at (313) 763-4321 for a FREE CATALOG of information on these
or any of our other fine classes.
U-M Extension Service
412 Maynard St.AnnArbor48109
University of Michigan
Tao Kwon Do
Wd., Jan. 14, 1981
7:30 Pm, Martial 0rts
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