Page 10-Tuesday, March 15, 1983-The Michigan Daily
Six 'M' tankers
make NCAA cuts
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By KATIE BLACKWELL
During the Michigan men's swim-
ming time trials last Saturday, senior
captain Bruce Gemmell failed by .03
seconds to qualify in the 200-yard
backstroke for the NCAA Champion-
ships, a goal he achieved last year.
He had one more chance on Sunday,
however, and made that chance count
by stopping the clock at 1:50.58, thereby
qualifying for the NCAAs.
AFTER COMING SO close on Satur-
day, Gemmell felt confident on Sunday.
"I was pretty sure I could get it today,"
he said. "It's part of the reason you
work so hard all year."
Sunday also turned out to be the
qualifying day for Wolverine junior
Mark Noetzel, who will join Gemmell in
Indianapolis for the NCAA's thanks to
his personal best in the 100-yard
freestyle of 44.66. Neotzel set a new pool
record with the effort.
"I used the 100 fly for a warm up, then
just missed the 200 free cut by a little,"
said Noetzel. "I felt good so I thought I
might as well go for the record."
MICHIGAN COACH, JON Urbanchek
was confident that both the swimmers
had the ability to qualify.
"Bruce just had to do it," said Ur-
banchek. "Mark should have qualified
last week at Big Ten's. He used the
meet to build up his confidence."
Men's and women's diving coach
Dick Kimball returned from a suc-
cessful weekend trip to the NCAA
Regional Diving Championships in In-
dianapolis. Freshman Mike Gruber,
qualified for the NCAA Championships
on both the one- and three-meter boar-
ds. Vicki Kimball, Diane Dudek and
Leigh Anne Grobovez qualified for the
women's championships on both boar-
... qualifies, again
Still more results are pouring in from the basketball
finals of Sunday the sixth. The competition was fast and
furious and even, at times, exciting. So here, without any
further adieu, or space filler, if you can stand it, are the
results as our crack I.M. beat team reported them.
After a fairly even first half of play, Sigma Nu had no
trouble in the second half defeating a six-member team
from Alpha Tau Omega by the final score of 52-30.
The first half concluded with a close 17-13 lead for
Sigma Nu due to some solid ball handling by both sides.
In the second half, however, Sigma Nu was able to break
the game open with some hot shooting from the floor.
Two of the hottest shooters for Sigma Nu were Phil Mar-
shal and John Long. When ATO started getting into foul
trouble, Sigma Nu had the game in the bag.
"There was a positive feeling that we could win from
the outset of the game. When our top shooters got hot we
knew we were going to win," said Truy Goodwillie.
In the fraternity 'B' finals, Sigma Chi defeated Evans
Scholars by the score of 52-41. The Scholars never had a
chance in this one as Sigma Chi was able to take a 10
point lead through the second and third quarters and
finished up with an 11 point conquest. Dennis O'Malley of
Sigma Chi led all scorers with a total of 18 points,
snagging eight in the final quarter.
The strong Hang Time team from Mojo defeated the
Max Kade team by a score of 59-26. In the first quarter,
Hang Time came out cold and quickly found itself down
8-13 before things turned around in the second quarter.
Before the half, Hang Time had scored 13 points to two
for Max Kade, leaving the score at 21-15.
What happened in the second half left no questions as
to which was the superior team. "We ran on them from
there," said Steve Sanford. Hang Time outscored Max
Kade 14-4 and 24-7 respectively in the final two quarters.
Leading the scoring for Hang Time was Ted Lerner.
In the class 'B' finals, Sixth Lewis defeated Adams
Bombers 45-30. The Bombers were blasted from the out-
set whensthey fell behind in the end of the first half by 14
points. The rest of the game was simply academic for
Sixth Lewis as it increased its lead to 15 points behind
high-scorer Tim Cronin who had 14 points on the night.
In probably the most exciting action to be reported,
the G.C.'s defeated the Outcasts by the score of 57-52. in
the first quarter, the Outcasts held a comfortable 11-4
lead and were holding a six point lead with little time
remaining in the second quarter. The G.C.'s went into a
full court press and scored six unanswered points before
the buzzer to tie the score at 21 apiece.
In the third quarter the Outcasts came out strong and
regained their six point lead. In the fourth quarter,
however, the G.C.'s once again employed the full court
press and had the game tied in exactly 1:00. From then
on, the scoring went back and forth with numerous lead
changes. The G.C.'s, though, were able to eke out the
five point victory at the buzzer.
"We thoughtwe would romp all over them," said Paul
Ross. "They were better then we expected."
Bob Loveland was the lead scorer for the victors, but it
was the late arrival of Bruce Goethe and his rebounding
prowess which was the key to the G.C.'s victory.
Just a reminder: For anyone who considers them-
selves to be fleet of foot, the Cross-Country Champion-
ship Meet will be held at Mitchell Field on Tuesday,
April 12 at 4:30 PM. Entries will be accepted until the
first call for each heat on the day of the race.
Team fees are $3.00 and the individual fee is $1.00. For
more information stop at the Intramural Sports
Building, 606 East Hoover St., or call the Intramural
Sports Building at 763-3562.
The IM Roundup relates the activities of the
Michigan intramural program. Today's infor-
mation was compiled by Daily sportswriter John
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Special to the Daily
WINTER PARK, Fla. - The
Michigan baseball team is off to its best
start since 1966. The 1966 team won its
first seven games of the year, and the
current Wolverine squad boosted its
record to 6-0 by defeating Central
Florida, 10-4, on Sunday and Yale, 7-6,
The Wolverines winning streak
nearly came to an abrupt halt against
Yale, however, as the Bulldogs built a 6-
2 lead through six-and-a-half innings.
BUT IN THE bottom of the seventh,
Michigan rallied to score three runs
behind walks to Barry Larkin and Mike
Watters, a double by Chris Sabo and
singles by Ken Hayward and Jeff
With two out in the eighth, Michiganc
freshman Dan Disher hit his first
collegiate home run to tie the game.
Sabo ended the game in the ninth with a
home run over the left-field fence. The
homer was Sabo's fourth of the season,1
equalling his output for the 52 games he
played in last year. Sabo has hit 18
career home runs, placing him oneI
behind George Foussianes who is
second on the all-time Wolverine chart.
Jim Paciorek set the career mark last
year with 32.
In Sunday's game, Michigan won
with far greater ease. The Wolverines
jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the
third, with Sabo's three-run home run
doing most of the damage.
IN THE FOURTH inning, Central
Florida loaded the bases with none out.
Ken Hayward then moved from his fir-
st-base position to the pitchers mound
en now, 6-0
for his first collegiate appearance as
hurler. Hayward retired the next two
batters on groundouts and induced the
next batter into a flyout. The two
groundouts scored two runs.
Michigan scored three runs in the fiftl
inning and put the game out of
reach in the sixth on Hayward's three-
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