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Page 12-Tuesday, December 7, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Blue Demons dump

women hoopsters

By JIM DAVIS
The women's basketball team dropped its third con-
secutive game Saturday when DePaul came up with a 75-70
victory at the Blue Demon's Rosemont Horizon.
"We played a great basketball game . . . but came up
short by five points," said Michigan head coach Gloria
Soluk. "It's always tough to win on the road."
Injuries didn't help, either. Freshman pivot Sandy '
Svobda, who started the first two games of the season, sat1
out the DePaul game with a knee injury. Point guard Lori'
Gnatkowski played with a slight concussion, suffered in
practice last week.
MICHIGAN was once again led
by sophomore Peg Harte with 18
points. Freshman Wendy
Bradetich, starting in place of '
Svobda, notched 16 points and 12
rebounds. Orethia Lilly, another
freshman, added 12 points. Soluk
was very pleased with the play of
both Bradetich and Lilly.
DePaul was led by Janine
Douglas with 23 points and 13
rebounds. Annette Anthony ad- S k
ded 13 boards and Barbara Atsaves
netted17points. ...winlessbut...
"It's not a very good way to start the season,' said Soluk, re-
ferring to the three losses. "But the kids are really in good
spirits. They knew they can win now."
The team will open the home season Wednesday at 5:00
p.m. against the Cleveland State Vikings prior to the men's
game. "We're hopeful that we can give the home-town fans
a victory," said Soluk. Notre Dame and Saginaw Valley
State will follow the Vikings in the three-game home stand
at Crisler Arena.
Stanovich gets high tumbling mark
Men's gymnastics coach Newt Loken had nothing but
praise for team captain Milan Stanovich, who led the
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Wolverines to a first-place finish last weekend at the All-
Around Classic in Washington, D.C.
"He's coming of age," said Loken. "He's moving into the
higher echelons." Stanovich captured individual all-around
honors with a career-high score of 55.30.
In amassing his all-around score, Stanovich placed in five
of the six events. He captured first place on the rings,
parallel bars, and high bar and placed second in floor exer-
cises and on the pommel horse.
Loken offered an explanation for Stanovich's impressive
performance. Since Stanovich hails from the Washington,
D.C. area, he was performing in front of a "home-town
crowd," said Loken, who then added, "He had lots of fans
there."
Freshman Rich Landman also made an important con-
tribution to the team's one-point edging of second-place
Southern Connecticut. Landman placed third in the all-
around competition with a career-high of 53.65.
Dino Manus placed sixth in the all-around competition
with 51.20.
With that victory behind him, and a giant trophy tucked
safely away in his office, Loken is looking forward to com-
petition this week. On Thursday night at 7:30 at Crisler
Arena, the gymnastics team will. have an exhibition match
with visiting Russian gymnasts. Then, this Saturday, the
team will have its first home meet of the season, the
Wolverine Invitational. -PAUL RESNICK
Heavier grapplers exhibit strengths
A youthful Michigan wrestling team went into the Penn
State Invitational last weekend, but the experience the squd
has did the job. It seems Michigan will be strong in the up-
per weights this season and have tough, but young,
wrestlers in the lighter weights, if the tournament was any
indication.
Kirk Trost (190 lbs) and Rob Rechsteiner (Hvy) won in-
dividual championships for Michigan, and Tim Fagan
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finished in third place. "I was pleased with the weekend,"
said Michigan head coach Dale Bahr. He added that
Michigan was probably the third best team at the in-
vitaitonal, behind top-ten ranked Penn State and Syracuse.
ONE REASON for the team's strong showing was the
performance of Senior Tim Fagan. The 158-pounder made
it to the semi's, where he lost, 10-7, to Chris Catalfo of
Syracuse. But he managed to bounce back in the con-
solation finals, defeating John Kostelac of Maryland in a 6-2
decision. Fagan, who also won his match in Thursday's
dual meet with Penn State, prompted coach Bahr to praise
his consistency. Bahr said ". . . he had the kid on his back
and almost pinned him."
Praise was also in order for 190-pound Kirk Trost. He
came into the tournament unseeded after a loss in Thur-
sday's dual meet, but went 4-0 in the tournament,
culminating his efforts with a 9-0 decision over Kurt Honis
of Syracuse. Bahr, who seemed surprised, said "He really
didn't get much of a chance to wrestle last year."
WHEN ASKED about a
possible Big-Ten championship,
Rechsteiner humbly replied,
"I'm hoping I'll do well." And
while it may be too early to talk
about post-season tournaments,
Rechsteiner is shaping up to be
one of Michigan's top wrestlers.
The younger Rechsteiner,
Scott, was unable to enter the
tournament due to strained
ligaments suffered in the dual °°
meet Thursday, but is expected Fagan
to return in a week to 10 days. ... impressive win
Also absent was All-American Joe McFarland. he was un-
able to compete Thursday because of a strained back, and
is now being red-shirted. the back injury is not believed to
be the cause of that decision, however.
Instead, Bahr stated "We've got some young kids on our
team this year. Next year Joe will be a junior again

athletically, but some of our lighter weights will be
sophomores." -STEVE HUNTER 6
Women tum blers finish last
"We have never lost to Kent State or Eastern Michigan in
pre-season or regular competition," said women's gym-
nastics coach Sheri Hyatt.
Up until now, that is. The
Wolverines finished behind both
of those teams last Friday in Yp-
silanti.
The disappointing result,
however, probably is not in-
dicative of the team's skill, as
unexpected injuries hampered
the team.
Team members found out
just hours before the competition 1
began that top all-arounder An-
drea Scully was in the hospital for CU
emergency surgery. Her loss . .. costly injury
affected the team psyche as well as the team score. Other
team members were worried about her and as a result their
performances were not up to par, according to Hyatt.
As if Scully's loss wasn't enough. Dayna Samuelson in-
jured her knee during the competition and had to withdraw.:
Under new rules this season, five of the six individual
scores in each event count towards the team score. With
Samuelson out, the five remaining scores in floor exercises
and balance beam counted.
Hyatt did see a bright side to the competition, however.
The team won the balance beam event, which often gave it
problems last year. Furthermore, having all five com-
petitor's scores in the event count put "a lot of pressure on
them," said Hyatt, "and they came through."
"We have tremendous depth this year," Hyatt added,
trying to be optimistic about the rest of the season."Besides4
she said, "We can only improve from here."
-PAUL RESNICK

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CLEVELAND STATE, Dec. 8,8:00 p.m.
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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
CLEVELAND STATE, Dec. 8,5:00 p.m.
NOTRE DAME, Dec. 12,2:00 p.m.
HOCKEY
FERRIS STATE, Dec. 10-11, 7:30p.m.

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NEW YORK (UPI) - Georgia run-
ning back Herschel Walker was a
unanimous selection yesterday, as he
gained UPI All-American Football
honors for the third consecutive year.
Michigan flanker Anthony Carter,
Nebraska's Dave Rimington and
Arkansas' defensive end Billy Ray
Smith were named to the team for the
second straight year.
Walker, who won the coveted
Heisman trophy this weekend, was
joined in the backfield by Stanford
quarterback John Elway, Southern
Methodist tailback Eric Dickerson, and
Nebraska's Mike Rosier. Carter
teamed with Brigham Young to tight
end Gordon Hudson to form the pass-
catching corps, while Rimington, USC's
Don Mosebar, and Bruce Matthews,
Pitt's Jimbo Covert and Arkansas
Steve Korte formed the offensive line.
Joining Smith on the defense were
linemen George Achica of USC, Vernon
Maxwell of Arizona State, Mike Pitts of
Alabama and Oklahoma's Rick Bryan.
West Virginia's Darryl Talley,
AP Football Poll
1. Georgia (46).........11-0-0 995
2. Penn State (2)........10-1-0 952
3. Nebraska (2) ......... 11-1-0 894
4. So. Methodist.........10-0-1 869
5. UCLA ................. 9-1-1 782
6. Pitt..................9-2-0 719
7. Clemson.............9-1-1 635
8. Texas ................. 9-2-0 622
9. Washington............9-2-0 564
10. West Virginia..........9-2-0 511
11. Arizona State.........9-2-0 474
12. Oklahoma...........8-3-0 385
13. LSU...............8-2-1 383
14. Arkansas .............. 8-2-1 381
15. Southern Cal...........8-3-0 301
16. Maryland...........8-3-0 238
17. Ohio State ............ 8-3-0 182
18. Auburn ................ 8-3-0 162
19. MICHIGAN............8-3-0 120
20. Tulsa .................10-1-0 85

arizona's Rick Hunley and Ohio State'
Marcus Marek are the All-America
linebackers with Georgia's Terry
Hoage, Clemson's Terry Kinard and
Mike Richardson of Arizona State
rounding out the secondary.
Washington placekicker Chuck
Nelson is also on the squad, while Van-
derbilt's Jim Arnold unseated Iowa All-
American Reggie Roby to gain the pun-
ting honors.
A rmy fires football coach
WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP)-ThO
United States Military Academy
dismissed head football coach Ed
Cavanaugh yesterday, two days after
he finished his third season at West
Point with a 10-21-2 record.
"We feel that in the best interests of
Army football, it is time to make a
change," Army Athletic Director Carl
Ullrich said in a statement.
"WE JUST didn't put enough wins up
on the board," Cavanaugh said. "I fej
we were getting enough people to mak
a real difference in the next few years.
Army went 3-7-1 in each of
Cavanaugh's first two seasons and 4-7
this year, including last Saturday's 24-7
loss to Navy. In three years, Army lost
twice to Navy and salvaged a tie last
season.
Ullrich said the search for a new
coach will start immediately. He said
he hoped to name a successor to
Cavanaugh by the end of the year.
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