Club Sports Roundup
The Michigan rugby club went into this past weekend's play with a highly
respectable 8-1-2 record. The Wolverines upped this mark to 10-1-2 with two
Their first victory came against London-Ontario on Saturday. Michigan
easily disposed of their opponent by a score of 18-4. Leading the way was
Jack Goodman who scored on four penalty kicks and one conversion for 14
MICHIGAN WON its second game of the weekend against Battle Creek on
Sunday. Following the game, Battle Creek could be excused for wondering
what had hit them. Michigfrn won 34-0.
The leading scorer for the Wolverines was John Hartman who scored three
tries (comparable to a touchdown in football, but worth only four points
each). Peter Maglocci added two tries for Michigan.
At the Chicago Sprint Regatta held in Chicago this past weekend, the
men's rowing team found itself in less than ideal conditions. The tem-
perature during its team race was a brisk 30 degrees. However, the oarsmen
had little difficulty getting their minds off of the cold weather. The rain that
pelted them took care of that.
BUT THE VICTORY that the crew eked out over the University of
Chicago, in the four team field for the 1,000 meters, brought some sunshine to
their day. Finishing in third place was the Lincoln Park Boat Club.
The women's crew team also competed this weekend when it travelled to
Philadelphia for the Dad Vail Regatta. Eighteen boats were entered for the
women's varsity four, six of which were to qualify for the finals. Michigan
did make the finals, but could not match the success of its male counterpar-
The squad finished fifth in the 2,000 meter race, 35 seconds behind the win-
ning time of the Wichita State crew. Its time was eight minutes and 13 secon-
Michigan will have its next meet at Michigan State this weekend.
TAE KWON DO
On the weekend of May 2-3, six members of Michigan's Tae Kwon Do club
travelled to the University of South Florida's Sun Dome to compete against
approximately 1,000 of the nation's top athletes in this sport for a position on
the United States AAU Tae Kwon Do team.
Two members of the Michigan team earned a spot on the national team as
a result of their first place finishes in their weight class. Lynette A. Love
emerged victorious in the heavyweight women's class (147 pounds and over)
while Jo Ann J. Hamelin topped the women's middleweight division (136-147
As members of the U.S. team, they will compete in the world games to be
held in October at a site that as of yet has not been announced.
Love's victory marked her second defense of the National Heavyweight
Championship that she won in Dayton, Ohio in 1979. In addition, she also is
the World Heavyweight Women's Champion, a title she won in Taipei,
Taiwan in 1979.
Love had little difficulty in disposing of her opponents in her class, as she
used her 6'2" height to her advantage, scoring many points to the head.
Like Love, Hamelin is a veteran of national competition. She competed in
last year's championships held in Berkeley, California where she was
eliminated by three-time national champion Marcia Hall of the Pacific Coast
Region. Despite being punched in the face (which can result in either a
minus point in AAU competition or disqualification of the offender) Hamelin
came back to win her final match against her Howard University opponent.
Another victory for Michigan was earned not by any of its competitors, but
by the club's master instructor, Hwa Chong, who was named as the outstan-
ding coach of the year by the National AAU Tae Kwon Do committee.
The outstanding competitor of the year, male and female, went to Kim
Royce of the University of California, Berkley and Sonny Graf of Columbus,
The eight AAU Tae Kwon Do National Championships will be held at
Michigan next year, April 2-3.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the Michigan
club sports teams during the previous week. This week's information
was compiled by Daily sportswriter Ron Pollack.
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