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Club Sports Roundup
BOWLING
Last weekend was a busy one for members of the Bowling Club, as they
competed in four matches. On Saturday the team defeated Central
Michigan, 5-2. Mike Blied and Jon Reed led the squad with scores of 608 and
600, respectively.
In Saturday's second contest, the Michigan bowlers won, 5-2, versus
Oakland. According to Reed, the squad should not even have lost the first
game. "We had a letdown and we lost by seven pins," he said. "We mised'
too many spares."
The club bowled against Michigan-Dearborn and again triumphed, 5-2.
Reed said, "We shot good sets within 20 pins of one another at a 200 average
... it was real chsose."
The club's only defeat of the weekend came against Eastern Michigan by a
4-3 count. The team won one game and the total points score but lost two}
games. Daye Witty received high-scoring honors with a 581 series. Reed
concluded, "Carrying ten pins with one shot was very difficult. You would
throw a good shot and they just wouldn't fall."
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Michigan's club volleyball teams had a difficult week. With some team
members snowed in at Purdue, the "varsity" squad could not practice and
did not fare as well as anticipated in an open tournament at Ohio State last
weekend. The tournament did not affect the team's division record, which
remains at an untainted,3-0, however.
Despite fine individual play, the club team lost to Bowling Green on Satur-
day. "The weekend was not good for our egos," said Marten McFadden. But
he added, "The season is young and we are looking forward.".
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
The Cross Country Racing and Touring teams competed in the White Pine
Stampede Race this past weekend. The 20-kilometer race from Manselona to
Schush Mountain had more than 500 participants who took advantage of
nearly perfect skiing conditions. For the girls, senior Jennie Haughn,
Michigan's racing captain, finished second in her division, and Pamela
Shuck took a third place in her class.
Graduate student Samuel James finished second in the 24-35 age group.
Senior Bill Corliss, the oply Michigan student to compete in the 50-kilometer
race, fared well, although the final results have not yet, been posted.
President of the club Marc Gallin was the top finisher among the un-
dergraduates competing in the touring division.
The Clyb Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of Michigan
club sports during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sports writer Chuck Whitman.
P Ton Twntw UPI Top Twenty

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, February 9, 1982-Page 9
WOMEN STRETCH RECORD TO 10-1
Men gymnasts roll past Hoosters

By STEVEN R. KAMEN
The Michigan gymnasts treated their visiting
alumni well last Sunday at Crisler Arena with a
decisive 268.70-249.25 defeat of the Indiana Hoosiers.
' Particularly fine performances for the Wolverines
came from seniors Chris Van Mierlo and Al Berger in
their respective final home meets. Forced by a
shoulder injury to ice his arm between events, Van,
Mierlo scored 42.95 in five events. Berger, presently
ranked third on the still rings in the Mideast region,
displayed characterisitc consistency with a 9.30. He
went on to score 35.70 in four events.
"WE ARE PROUD of our graduating seniors,"
said head coach Newt Loken.
The 268.70 was a very respectable. score for a
Wolverine squad which had been plagued by sickness
throughout last week. Dino Manus, a starting all-
arounder, did not compete in the meet, and Merrick
Horn, another all-arounder was not able to practice
during the week before the meet due to illness. As a
result, Stu Downing was placed in the pommel horse
event, and Van Mierlo competed for the first time this
year on the parallel bars.
Milan Stanovich and Kevin McKee were standouts
in the vault with 9.7 and 9.6, respectively.
"VAULTING CAME through again, scoring over 47
points," Loken said. "It was a good vIctory even
though we didn't break the 270 mark. We have a week
off now, so by (the) Iowa (meet on February 19) we'll
have more energy in the system."

The ex-Wolverine tumblers were elated to see their
alma mater perform well. Bill Parrish, a Michigan
gymnast from 1948 to 1950, described how the in-
creasingly difficult tricks which the athletes must at-
tempt has changed the sport dramatically. The gym-
nastics coordinator for high schools in Ohio remains
activein the sport.
Conny Ettl (1948-52) was excited simply by wat-
ching his former coach. "Newt hasn't changed a bit,"
Ettl said. "He's always the first one out of his seat
cheering on his gymnasts with the same exciting
pace as when he coached us."
Women score season high
Women's gymnastics coach Sheri Hyatt wanted
last Sunday's meet against Indiana to serve as a
warm-up match, one that would "psych up" the
troops for this weekend's Big Ten Championships at
Crisler Arena. Judging by the results, it looks as if the
squad is ready.
Michigan scored its highest total of the season in
taking a 139.1-136.9 home victdry over the Hoosiers to
finish its regular season with a 10-1 record.
"IT'S OUR highest score this year, but we still have
lots to improve on," Hyatt said. "We had trouble
staying on the beam and on the bars." -
Individually, Kathy Beckwith won the all-around
with a 35.55 to preserve a perfect season in which she
has not lost versus Big Ten competition, but a fall on
her final tumbling run in the floor exercise cost her

.50,. which gave her a season-low score of 8.60 and
kept her from reaching hergoal for 1981-82-a 36.00
all-around score.
Indiana's Kathy Rice finished second with a score
of 35.20, and Wolverine freshman Christy Schwartz
had her best meet of the season, placing third with a
34.25.
The Wolverines compiled their best mark of the
season on the balance beam, but repeated falls drop-
ped their scores lower than Hyatt would have liked.
Beckwith completed one of her cleanest routines,
though, en route to a first-place 9.05.
IN THE UNEVEN bars, Michigan swept the first
three places. Beckwith nabbed first with an 8.9 and
was followed by Dayna Samuelson (8.75), and Sch-
wartz (8.70). Except for the beam, where falls
decimated her score, Samuelson had one of her better
meets, taking third in the floor exercise (8.95) and
fourth in the vault (8.80) in addition to her success on
the bars.
Senior co-Captain Cindy Shearon finished second in
the vault with an 8.95, and Wolverine Nancy Papows
tied Beckwith's team-best on the floor exercise with a
9.00 to capture second. Indiana's Rice placed first in
that event-the only one which Beckwith failed to
win-with a 9.10.
- JESSE BARKIN

MEN'S BASKE TBALL
at Michigan State, Feb. 11, 7:30p.m..
at Northwestern, Feb. 13, 8:35 p.m.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
at Central Michigan, Feb. 9
Big Ten Championship, at East Lansing,
Feb. 12-13
WOMEN'S SWIMMING
at Eastern Michigan, Feb. 12
SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING
at Richmond Invitational,
Richmond, VA, Feb, 13
WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS
BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Feb. 12,
5 &7 p.m.
BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Feb. 13,
1 p.m.
MEN'S SWIMMING
at Ohio State, Feb. 13, 3 p.m.
MEN'S INDOOR TRACK
Michigan State at East Lansing, Feb. 9
Eastern Michigan Track Classic,
at Ypsilanti, Feb. 13
WRESTLING
at Iowa, Feb. 13, 7:30 p.m.

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