State College Daily Collegian in State-College, Pennsylvania
21 Jan 1972

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21 Jan 1972

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State College Daily Collegian (Newspaper) - January 21, 1972, State College, Pennsylvania_ 4=-thedai�y-cbllegian�?friday,-january 21,-1972------lion gymnasts can to Quot by Mark Simenson. _ _ collegian senior reporter Quot a league the twas prone a need dead except for one Good team is now thriving with Competition. Penn state was tabbed by the pre season prognosticators As the Lone Success Story in the nine team Eastern intercollegiate gymnastics league. The remaining eight teams would negate each others record while the Lions feasted on the outclassed prey. A a few of the a weak Sisters decided to change their images and have added a new wrinkle to this years race Competition. The Eig now boasts four undefeated teams. Temple Heads the pack with three wins while Penn state Navy and Massachusetts each own two victories. The Lions face the first of three unbeaten squads in a month when they travel to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. It _. A lutheran worship sunday. Amp a. Festival of the transfiguration 10 am Eisenhower Chapel 11 30 am Grace lutheran Church a. 5 00 pm informal Folk communion with pizza following Eisenhower Chapel enjoy a delicious sunday Brunch with pancakes Copper Kitchen style Pecan spice Apple Palestine Pecan and sour Cream Blueberry chocolate Chip and Many More. The redmen decision Ned army and a very Good Southern Connecticut team for their clean state goes into the meet looking for Competition after looking for a team that will Challenge his will be a very Good meet Wettstone said. A we need this kind of-pressure.�?�. A we Arentt anticipating a big match a Captain Billy Mitchell said optimistically. A the pressure will be among ourselves to do ,. In the past two encounters the Lions totalled More than 160 Points this year Wettstone. Has entered his top All around performers. With Marshall Avener Mitchell and Jim Kruest As All around men the 160 goal is attainable. 1 the state Mentor has inserted some specialists along with a few untried gymnasts to find out who can produce under meet conditions. Sitting out against army Avener will be using the contest As a tune up for the japanese meet to be held next weekend. Mitchell also returns to action As a six Deventer while Kruest is starting his third All around meet. The u. Of mass. Does have one gymnast who can Challenge the three Lions for the All a round title. Tony Vacca a fourth place finisher in the Eigl tourney edged John Crosby of Southern Connecticut in a was the leading a medallist at the pan american games and will be at rec Hall to face the japanese. A the is supposed to be one of the strongest All around men in the East a Mitchell said of Vacca. A four year performer for Wettstone Mitchell has his eyes set on winning a Mcaa title. A fall our meets Are preparing us for the nationals a he added. We be got the game on ice. _ the _ cadets boast new look cagers take on army contest Psi hockey game saturday at 5 a pm 91.1 by Warren Patton collegian senior reporter the Penn state cagers will resume their schedule at army tomorrow after a weeks Layoff from playing basketball. They did engage Gettysburg in some form of Competition wednesday night but enough has been. Said about that already. Hopefully they will revert Back to the Fonn of athletics. They. Virginia last saturday a style which was infinitely More conducive to producing victories than the one which rec Hall tolerated against the bullets. A a army a three game winning Streak and they Are no less anxious than Penn state to land in a Post season tournament something which May partially hinge on the outcome of this game. Dan Daugherty former assistant coach at Villanova. Took Over the Helm when Bob Knight took his lethargic offence West to Indiana in search of bigger and better things than 6-5 centers. What Daugherty inherited was a Bini chef 6-5 forwards who he pad hoped to Transfer into a front line of sorts Andujo get Bob Sherwin. So far the results have been so so. Army has won seven of 12 games mostly against the likes of Rochester Scranton and Hofstra. They have also lost to the likes of Merrimack and Santa Clara. Their Only real tests of the year came Early when they shocked Niagara at Madison Square Garden and were blown out at Syracuse four Days later army a True Talent lies somewhere in Between but How in Between is still a bit Uncertain at this time. A the big Story of the 1971-72 cadets is the style of play that Daugherty brought with him from Villanova. As assistant coach on the runner up team in the Mcaa tournament last year he had a hand in developing the wildcats murderous fast break. So murderous in fact that Urcla was forced to stall 10 minutes into the game to prevent them from using it. Adapting it to the traditionally morbid style of army s attack has not been easy As for years the cadets had been among the nations top 10 in defense by refusing to display any offence at All. After a rough Start army has finally started to Gell especially since the return of one of its Best forwards to action. Wally Wojdakowski missed the first six games with a Quot broken wrist but has since returned to add strength to the front line of Chris Petersen and de Mueller. Mueller is the tallest at 6-5. Sherwin is the Man the cadets have been looking for from the outside. The Junior spark plug is averaging 22-Points from the Back court. Conveniently located at 114 s. Garner st upper Ltd to Gnomon copy service is coming Back within 3 weeks Wra co rec program begins the women a recreation a amp Ocia Tion recently announced the hours and rules for its co rec program in White building for Winter term. The new hours Are Avery. Evening from 7 00-10 00 . And sat Rdby and Quot sunday afternoons from 1 00-5 00nickelodeon. Nites presents a night of Chaplin the Gold Rush the Pawn shop a the rink sunday 7 30 amp 7 00 50�?~ free Popcorn prime ribs of beef Herlocher s . The areas of White building that May be used during these hours Are the two gymnasiums the old dance studio the game room billiards and Ping Pong and the Squash courts. The co rec program is open to air graduate and tinder graduate students of Psi male . Men however must be accompanied by women. Women students May Check out equipment with their cd a for volleyball basketball and Badminton but All Squash players must provide their own equipment. Quot Cheryl appearing fridays and saturday 9 30 pm to 1 am Folk guitarist and vocalist at the Eltoro lounge. Next to Cinema theater Quot 130 Heister Street state Rouege open monday thru saturday 11 . To 2 . Open sunday 11 . To 10 . 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