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Men's basketball
vs. Illinois
Thursday at 8 p.m.
Crisler Arena

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Wrestling vs. Indiana
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily Sunday, February 12, 1984 Page7

Seven

thinclads

qualify

for NCAA indoor meet

By RANDY SCHWARTZ
Francie Goodridge came away from yester-
day's 25-team Wolverine-Nike Invitational
Track Meet smiling.
The Michigan women's track coach's goal
was to qualify as many members of her team
as possible for the NCAA finals in Syracuse
March 9 and 10 and, according to Goodridge,
the team performed impressively. "We're
going to enjoy next week (the Huron In-
vitational) ... most of our goals have been ac-
complished," Goodridge said.
Goodridge had high praise for pentathlete
Melody Middleton who bettered the meet
record and came close to breaking her own
school record capturing 3775 points, 439 more
than her closest competitor. "The Pentathalon
is really ahead of what I hoped. Melody is
definitely a contender for the Big-Ten title,"
she said. "I was concerned about the high jump
but it came together in a week and Melody put
nearly a foot on her long jump.''
SUE SCHROEDER qualified for the NCAA
finals finishing second behind ex-Wolverine
Sue Foster in the 3000-meter run. Schroeder's
time of 9:22.3 was more than ten seconds under
the NCAA qualifying time. Schroeder's finish
impressed Goodridge who noted, "She beat her
outdoor times and did that coming down with a
cold."
Goodridge was pleased with Joyce Wilson's

'We're going to enjoy
next week...most of our
goals have been accom-
plished.'
-Women's track coach
Francie Goodridge
performances in the 500-meter and 440-yard
dash. In the 500-meter, Wilson clocked in at
1:13.29 beating the NCAA qualifying time of
1:14.09. She also won the 440-yard dash, edging
out teammate Dedra Bradley, with a time of
:55.74 but just missed the NCAA standard of
:55.62. Wilson's performance was even more
remarkable since she is suffering from a shin
splint problem.
The 4 x-880 relay team also qualified for the
NCAA finals winning yesterday's final with a
time of 9:01.36. Goodridge was still not com.
pletely satisfied saying, "We have to do better
than that. . . three of the legs were very good
and its coming down." Team members Kelli
Bert, Martha Gray, Laurette Mallard, and

Jennifer Rioux still finished nearly seventeen
seconds ahead of the second place Bowling
Green "A" team.
ANNETTE BOHACH, who entered the com-
petition unaffiliated, tossed the shot put 52'9".
eclipsing the NCAA standard and ex-Wolverine
Penny Neer's meet record.
Ex-Wolverine Joanna Bullard, who com-
peted unaffiliated, tied the NCAA standard of
5'10%" and broke her own meet record in the
high jump. Current Wolverines Dawn Rich)
and Angie Hafner finished second and third
with jumps fo 5'9" and 5'71/2" respectively.
Karen Bowen of the London-Western Track
Club won the 60 yard hurdles, breaking her own
meet record of :08.04 with an NCAA qualifying
time of :07.87. Gina Tempro of Eastern
Michigan tied the NCAA standard of :8.03.
Odessa Smalls of Michigan State qualified
for the NCAA in the 60-yard dash beating the'
standard of :7.01 by four tenths of a second.
As the indoor season comes to an end,
Goodridge is gaining more confidence in her
athletes. She's happy with her individual eveti-
ts and is expecting to concentrate on the relay
events before the Big Ten finals and NCAA
tournament.

Daily rnoto by DAN M iB
Melody Middleton, yesterday's pentathalon winner, cruises through the air in the long jump.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
Men swimmers dunk Buckeyes

Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS'- Despite the absence
of three of its top swimmers, the
Michigan Swim team defeated Ohio
State, 63-50, in Columbus yesterday.
Michigan was without the services of
Bruce Kimball, Dave Kersca and
Benoit Clement but, due to a strong
team showing, was able to sink the
Buckeyes: Standouts for -Michigan in-
cluded Mark Noetzel, who took first
place in both the 50- and 100-yard free-
style and Kristan. Vandersluis who
turned in a Michigan season best time
of 1:41.22 to take first in the 200-yard
freestyle.
MARC PARRISH set a new meet
record in the 200 yard breaststroke with
a time of 1:56.82, good for first.
Michigan's Jim Bruzzese was a close
second with a time of 1:57.25.
Michigan divers also turned in solid
performances. Kent Ferguson took first
pllace in the one-meter diving and a
second place finish in the three-meter
diving. Mike Gruber finished third in
both events.
It was the second big victory in a row
for theWolverines, who last week beat a
strong Iowa squad. Michigan returns to
Ann Arbor to take on Michigan State
next Saturday at Matt Mann Pool at
2:00 p.m.
Spurs 123, Pistons 116
By SCOTT MCKINLAY
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The Detroit Pistons
came out on the short end of a 123-116
score against the San Antonio Spurs in
front of 35,364 fans, the all-time NBA
egular season attendance record.
any of the fans wee there due to free
tickets distributed by a local oil com-
pany.
The Pistons dominated the first half
taking a 63-52 lead into the lockerroom.
In the second half Detroit had leads as
high as 13 points but San Antonio
wouldn't back down. The Spurs chipped
away at the Pistons lead until they
locked the score at 102 with five
minutes left in the game. The Pistons
*rnd Spurs then traded buckets before
San Antonio slowly pulled away.
MIKE MITCHELL paced wie Spurs
with 27 points, ten coming in the fourth
quarter. Isiah Thomas led all scorers
with 3l.
We gave them every opportunity to
get back in it," said Piston coach Chuck
Daily.
"They hung in there and got the key
baskets."
"When it came down the stretch they
it their shots, we weren't able to," said
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The Pistons start a four game road
trip Tuesday in Houston.
Dull week for U.S.
SARAJEVO (UPI) - With little more
than a haze of snowy disappointment
immediately behind it, the United
States can only hope for a brighter
showing in the second week of the Winter
Olympics.
Five days into the 12-day ex-
travaganza and still without a medal,
the United States had high hopes to
sneak away with two and perhaps three
of the 24 medals to be awarded today.
SO DULL has the action been for
visiting Americans that one of the big
items for them has been to attend prac-

tice sessions for figure skaters and cheer
on their favorites with waving flags.
There were only two gold medal even-
ts yesterday with Wolfgang Hoppe and
Dietmar Schauerhammer leadiig a one-
two East German sweep of the two-man
bobsled and West German Peter
Angerer capturing the 20-kilometer
biathlon.
East Germany now has three gold
medals and four silver to share the
medal lead with the Soviet Union,
which has two gold, two silver and three
bronze.
THE BEST the United States could do
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time Olympian Brent Rushlaw of
Saranac Lake, N.Y., and James Tyler
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American finisher in the biathlon with a
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