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TheMichigan Daily Tuesday, March 15, 1983 Page 9
Ike and Leo highlight cage
By JESSE BARKIN
Seniors Isaac Person and Leo Brown said their final good-
byes to the Michigan basketball program in front of almost
600 alums and fans who attended the Wolverines annual
basketball bust, last night in Crisler Arena.
Though the team ended its season on Saturday with a 15-13
record, and no post-season bid, head coach Bill Frieder and
everyone else in Crisler had nothing but well wishes for the
"I WANT TO say that I was not disappointed in our
players, even though I may have been disappointed with our
record," said Frieder. "They are fun to be around,
coachable, and they responded. Just when it looked like we
were dead, we came back."
The evening consisted of presentations of senior rings to
Person, Brown and team manager Bill Mitchell, also a
senior; and then the annual team awards were given.
To no one's surprise, Eric Turner was honored as the
team's most valuable player, in a vote by his teammates.
Center Tim McCormick was awarded the Rudy Tomjanovich
Trophy for most improved.
THE WAYMAN BRITT Trophy (best defensive player)
= = ._..
went to Leslie Rockymore; and the Steve Grote Trophy
(hustler award) was picked up by freshman Butch Wade.
The highlights of the evening, though, were the farewells
given by Brown and Person.
"Since I've been here at Michigan, it's been nothing but
class," said Brown. "I'd like to tell you how much I love the
guys. There's not a hoodlum among them," he joked.
Person was a little choked up, but he managed to thank
everyone for a great four years at Michigan.
"I've had a few downs since being here, but the thing that
kept me up was the Michigan people. I love Michigan and I
love all you people," Person said.
UPIA li-Big Ten team
First team - Derek Harper (Illinois), Ted Kitchel (In-
diana), Randy Wittman (Indiana), Randy Breuer (Min-
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Second Team - Eric Turner (Michigan), Tony Campbell
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(Michigan State), Greg Stokes (Iowa).
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By JIM DAVIS
As the old saying goes, "in every cloud there is a
In a season which started with promise after last
year's 18-7 record, and ended with a long trail of
losses including two season ending defeats on the
road against Iowa and Northwestern this past week,a
bright spot has appeared.
DESITE THE 4-22 Wolverines poor record, they
don't have to search far for a rainbow amid the dark
overcast skies that have followed the team
throughout most of the season.
Saturday, against the Wildcats, sophomore Peg
Harte broke the Michigan single-season scoring
record which was esablished only last year by All-
American Diane Dietz. Harte finished the season
with 581 points, as compared to Dietz's 562-point total
and Harte's own freshman offering of 552, which had
stood second to Dietz in the record book.
But Harte couldn't carry the team alone. The two
losses pinned on the Wolverines over the weekend
gave them a 2-16 record and a tie for ninth place in the
Big Ten conference.
EARLIER THIS season in Ann Arbor, the
Wolverines were able to handily defeat Iowa, 83-72.
But the Hawkeyes managed to get even Thursday
night at Iowa City.
The two teams played even until the five-minute
mark, when Iowa ran off 12 unanswered points. At the
half, the Hawkeyes were in command, 36-24. the 12-
point margin was as close as Michigan was able to
get, finally losing by 22 points.
Orethia Lilly led theWolverines effort with 14 points
and 8 rebounds. Lori Gnatkowski added 10 points and
Harte chipped in with eight, putting her within two of
Dietz' record going into the Northwestern game.
DONNA FREITAG led Iowa with 14 points, while
Robin Anderson and Lisa Anderson each tallied 12.
Saturday, in the season finale at Northwestern, the
Wolverines fared no better than the last time the
the Wildcats visited Crisler Arena for the Big Ten
opener on January 7. Northwestern defeated
Michigan 94-70 in that one and trounced the
Wolverines this past weekend, 94-65.
This time the Wildcats jumped off to a 6-0 lead and
were never challenged. By halftime the 'Cats lead 45-
28. The second half was much the same as the first,
with Northwestern leading at one point by 34 points.
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LOW SCORES CREATE CONTROVERSY:
By PAULA SCHIPPER
Rarely are Big Ten Championships boring. But this year
was an exception according to the Michigan women's gym-
795 nastics team.
6lbs in front of a disappointing crowd of 500 on Friday and 1,000
on Saturday, Ohio State placed first (with 178 points) as was
predicted by its number-one ranking at the start of the meet.
Minnesota, Illinois,and Michigan State followed respectively.
8 lbs The defending Wolverine champions finished fifth.
S "THE MEET was really boring," said Michigan gymnast
Dayna Samuelson. "It lacked enthusiasm; that was the sad part."
n From the team's point of view, the sad
[NC. part was that Michigan was trapped in-
SERVICE to a low scoring position by its pre-
competition sixth-placeranking. The
Wolverines believed they missed top
points because they competed in a
cJtc session reserved for the four lowest-
ranked teams. That led judges to offer
better scores to highly-ranked squads
later, in coach Sheri Hyatt's opinion.
C&C "We would have been scored higher
in the other session," said Hyatt. "The
n, thesis, whole team was slightly underscored .1
cJ047 or .2 too low. The other lower teams
DEFENDING vault champion Kathy
Beckwith was victim to that very
problem, in Hyatt's eyes. "She did a great Beck
R vault worthy of 9.0, but was rated 8.85." .. .fifth on b.
A meeting will be held among Big Ten officials to consider
changing the format of the Championships. One competing
session for all the teams, as used for the regionals and
nationals, may be adopted. Hyatt is hoping the change will
"We felt that if we had competed in one session that we
could have finished a definite third," she said. "We did hit
four out of four events. We were very consistent."
THE WOLVERINES' performance was successful as
compared with the rest of their season. Vault, as usual, was
strong and Michigan came in fourth in the event. Its highest
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captured fourth spot for the Wolverines
with Beckwith's 8.9 placing her fifth in
the event. Problems on the floor exer-
cise and bars led to sixth- and seventh
place finishes, respectively.
Having missed two points, the
Wolverines finished with 170.75 which
probably will not be enough to qualify
them for the Regional Championships.
Individually, however, Beckwith ap-
pears to have qualified and so may
have Samuelson. Spots in the regionals
will be awarded next Monday.
As for the rest of the squad, they
believe a boring finish for next season is
"They are really excited," said
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By GARY EFFMAN
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is a long
way to travel from Ann Arbor. For the
four Michigan wrestlers who went
there for the NCAA Wrestling Cham-
pionship this past weekend it must have
felt like an even longer trip back as the
quartet was bounced out of the tourney
quickly and abruptly by their opponen-
The tourney which brought together
the country's finest collegiate wrestlers
wasn't exactly slated in Michigan's
favor. Of the four only Rob Rechsteiner
(heavyweight) was seeded ninth. And
only he and Kirk Trost (190 pounds)
were guaranteed first round draws.
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