Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 05, 1985 - Image 10

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1985-02-05

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 5, 1985
'M' tumblers stumble


'The consistency of our perfor-
mance was not up to par this past
weekend," said men's gymnastics
coach Bob Darden of his team's per-
formance last weekend at the
Illinois Gymnastics Competition.
That inconsistency threw the
Wolverine tumblers into a last place
finish in the three-team meet with a
total score of 259.35. Illinois took fir-
st in their home meet (271.05), and
Wisconsin took (269.30) second.
Michigan's Gavin Meyerowitz
scored as well as he has all season on
the first five events of the all-around
competition but faltered on the high
bar. His 8.60 pulled him out of con-
tention and dropped him to fourth
place with a 54.05 total.
The Illini's Charles Lake rolled to
first place in the all-around (57.55),
scoring better than 9.60 in all but the
rings, including two "tens" on the
high bar. Wisconsin's Gary Griffen
turned in a consistently strong per-
formance, scoring between 9.2 and
9.4 on five of the six events to finish
second at 55.35. Illinois' Tigran Nk-
chyan took third at 54.55.
Michigan's Mitch Rose made
another step in his recovery from a
wrist injury with a strong fourth
place effort in the all-around. Dar-
den praised Rose's efforts in the past
two weeks of competition.
"It was great to see that the im-
provement in (Rose's) weaker even-
ts supported his all-around score this
week rather than having to rely on
scores from his strong events," he
Craig Ehle turned in mediocre
scores in finishing seventh overall
(51.90), but Darden attributed the
low score to Ehle's competing at the
top of the lineup in every event. Said
Darden, "He had to 'break the ice'
for the other Michigan men on the
Other Wolverine highlights in-

cluded freshman Scott Moore's
9.45 on the floor exercise, his per-
sonal best, and the progress of
freshmen Ken Haller and Nick Lan-
phier. "The effort that they are put-
ting into the sport during training is
just now beginning to emerge in
competitions," Darden commented.
Irish nail spikers
With no mention of the proverbial
"luck of the Irish," there were
possibly some strange forces at
work in the Central Campus
Recreation Building last Friday
night as the men's volleyball team
suffered its first defeat of the
season, losing to Notre Dame, 3-2.
Game 1 saw the Irish step out to an
early 6-2 lead, and despite the
aggressive play of Wolverine Gregg
Davis, Notre Dame went on to win
Michigan fell behind early in the
second game, but fought back to an
8-8 tie. Finding their rhythm, the
Wolverines totally shut down the
Irish for the rest of the game,
gaining a 15-8 victory and a 1-1 tie in
the match.
With the match tied 2-2, the
Wolverines raced to an 11-1 lead in
game five, but Notre Dame took ad-
vantage of several Michigan errors
and tied the game at 11-11. In the
tense final minutes, the Fighting
Irish scraped their way to a 16-14
victory, and the final 3-2 win in the
After the match, Coach McFadden
said he was "not at all disappointed"
with his squad's performance.
Coming off wins against non-league
rivals Wooster College and Bowling
Green State University, McFadden
claimed "the team did a damn good
job. Although we lost, I'm still very
happy with our performance.r
Michiganais at home tomorrow
against Indiana and Purdue.




For FREEA write:
PO. BOX 6207 EVANYN. IL. 60204

Daily Photo by DAN HA
A determined Steve Stoyko takes aim at the hoop. Unfortunately a Wisconsin defender has a slight jump on things

Saturday's 94-81 Michigan victory.

"Summary of Electronic Surveillance
Techniques Available to the
Ann Arbor Police."
Box 8275, Ann Arbor, MI 48107

kP 8 6 tt
Ettan U aug
.ll. £tcdttg.a..06 .

beer scored
left in overt
Pistons a 1
Milwaukee Bt
The win w,
11th in the las
who are now
Bucks in the
snapped an 1
A foul was
and the offici
5 seconds lef
inbound pass
the clock ne
decided to g
The Bucks t4
last possessi

Pistons prevail
EE (UPI) - Bill Laim- was called for traveling,.
32 points, including the Lainbeer scored the first four po
g basket, with 44 seconds overtime to give Detroit a 107-103
ime to give the Detroit with 4:04 left. The teams traded ba
13-111 victory over the until Laimbeer put the Pistons a
ucks last night. 113-111 with 44 seconds left. Af
as the third in a row and Terry Cummings steal, Mon
t 12 games for the Pistons, missed a shot from the corner
within three games of the coudl have won the game at the e
Central Division. The win ropnintin
1 game Milwwaukee win Maryland 87,
called on Paul Mokeski Old Dominion 75
aledermneduthe skwere COLLEGE PARK, Md. (ASP) -
als determied there were Bias scored 24 points as 17th-rc
t. Mokeski stole a Detroit Maryland coasted to an 87-76 v
with 11 seconds left but over Old Dominion last night
ver started. The officials scoring 16 consecutive points m
ive the Bucks 5 seconds, through the first half.
ook three shots and their The Terps, 18-6, led 33-16 with 7:
on before Paul Pressey in the first half after running(

to 8'7-76
American guard Chris Mullin scored 26
points and forward Walter Berry added
21 as top-ranked St. John's overcame a
14-point deficit and defeated Seton Hall
87-76 last night.
The victory stretched St. John's win-
ning streak to 13, raised its record to 18-
1 and left the Redmen undefeated in the
Big East Conference at 10-0. The loss
was the 10th straight for Seton Hall, all
in conference games.
TRAILING 48-34 early in the second
half, the Redmen ran off a 20-2 spurt as
Mullin scored eight points, including six
straight at one stage. They tied the
game at 48 when Berry hit a layup with
12:56 remaining and took their first
lead since late in the first half when
Mike Moses hit a layup with 12:28 left.
St. John's took a brief four-point lead
on baskets by Bill Wennington and
Willie Glass, but Seton Hall scored six
consecutive points and went in front 56-
54 on a layup by Andre McCloud with
St. John's then took the lead for good,
using a 9-0 surge sparked by two three-
point plays by Wennington to tkae a 63-
56 edge.
THE CLOSEST Seton Hall got the
rest of the way was six points. McCloud
topped Seton Hall with 18 points and
Mark Bryant added 14.
Seton Hall took command late in the
opening half after Mullin drew his third
personal with the Redmen leading 24-23
with 7:42 left in the half.
Ricky Burton sank two foul shots to
put the Pirates on top 25-24, but Glass
came back and hit a layup to put St.
John's up 26-25.
Seton Hall then outscored St. John's
17-4 over the final six minutes of the fir-
st half as freshman guard James Major
4BIB scored six points and Bryant, a fresh-
man forward, added three.
In taking a 42-30 lead at the half, the
s in Pirates converted 17 of 29 shots before
intermission, a 58.6 percent. St. John's
was only 13 of 31 in the first 20 minutes.
in OT
string, including four by Adrian Branch
lit fand four by Tom Jones.
ints of The Terps connected on 68 percent of
skets their first-half shots while taking a 45-30
head lead, and led by at least 12 points the
ter a rest of the way.
crief Branch finished with 15 and Jones
that had 14 as Coach Lefty Driesell notched
nd of his 498th career victory in 25 seasons at
Davidson and Maryland.
Duke 82, Harvard 53
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Forward
- Len Mark Alarie scored 18 points and John-
anked ny Dawkins added 16 to lead sixth-
ictory ranked Duke to an 82-53 college basket-
after ball victory over Harvard last night.
idway The Blue Devils, 16-3, held Harvard to
only two baskets in its first 21
28 left possessions to build a 43-19 halftime
off its lead. The Crimson, 11-3, and second in
the nation in field goal percentage, hit
only six of 19 shots in the first half and
committed 13 turnovers.
. o/

Being on the Beach
isn't enough!
1'h blocks from Boardwalk
Poolside activities, D.J.'s
Fabulous new Checkers Cafe
(Non-refundable deposit)

5 hrpAtek(-
in Daytona Beach

Back to Top

© 2023 Regents of the University of Michigan