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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EXAP
GOLF at DON'S PAR 3 Thinclads
50665 West Huron River Dr. By PHIL BROWN Fede
Final exams will put a damper "It
LEAGUES WELCOME on the activities of Michigan's imeet
title-hungry track squad for the assist
Susterka Lake H Uner 3-5010 next two weekends, but the cinder-tn.'
men will still see some action fa
during the semester-ending period."A
After putting out a tremendous tam
A p ge mot

US CRAMP STYLE
Prep for Relays

ration Relays here tomorrow:
's not as big as our indoor
in February," e x p l a i n s
tant track coach Dave Mar-
We have to take it easy with
s so close.
.nd there won't be as many
s as there were in the indoor
. Eastern, Western, and a few
area schools will be here,
hat's about it."
e thinclais get another break

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performance in the. Kentucky ot
Relays at Lexington last week, the, but t
Wolverines host the Michigan Tht

-it starts to bother him again.
All we can do is give him some
medication and rest."
Kearney's return could be all
the team needs to overcome Wis-
consin, the indoor winner, for the
outdoor title. Strength in some
other events could push the Wol-
verines past the Badgers with
ease.
"Tell them it's free," Martin
grins in reference to tomorrow's
meet.
The Federation Relays will get
under way shortly after noon, giv-
ing everybody a chance to sleep
in, and Ferry Field is a great
place to get some rays.

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'Crossers Win;
Sailors Finish
Behind Navy
The Michigan Lacrosse Club
romped over Defiance Wednesday
12-2 for its first victory in four
games. The 'crossers tallied three
times in each quarter, and were
never seriously threatened by the
visitors.
Bob Gillon, Narl Davidson, and
Bill Toonajian each had three
goals. Moore Davock scored two,
and Bill Priebe had a single goal
for the winners.
The club meets Chicago at
Wines Field tomorrow at 2 p.m.
Navy edged out the Michigan
Sailing Club for first place in a
regatta held March,31 and April 1'.
Christ Chatain, Hans Muhlert,
Hans Meyer, and Steve Klotz ran
up 218 points for second behind
the Middies' 222.

next weekend, wyhen Michigan'
sens apartial squad to the Ohio
e Relays in Columbus.
"It's always a great meet," notes
Martin, "but we'll only send those
guys who aren't tied up with
'exams."
Both meets are relatively minor
ones, with the Big Ten champion-
ships still five weeks away. That
gives the Wolverines an addi-
tional three weeks of preparation
before the trip to Minneapolis
on May 17 and 18.
But, after finishing second in.
the conference indoor champion-
ships, the squad is taking ad-
vantage of the two warmups to
polish up the weak points which
could spell the difference between
first and second at Minneapolis.
Martin's prime concern right
now is getting middle-distance
man Tom Kearney ready for the
outdoor championships. Kearney
injured a tendon in mid-February,
and has been unable to compete
since.
"There just doesn't seem to be
anything we can do for it," Mar-
tin points out. "Every time he
starts to run on it--even jogging

RETURNS TO SCOTLAND:
Ruggers Lose McLean

TOM KEARNEY

only the original can have
the name Orange Blossom

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4 ln Npep

ON SO. UNIVERSITY
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'08 S.f MAIN ST.

The Michigan Rugby Club takes
on Ohio State tomorrow in a game
at Wines Field, but there will be
a big hole in the starting lineup.
Allan McLean, a regular at wing
since coming to the United States
from Scotland in 1963, played his
last game with the club last Sat-
urday.
McLean has been a club stal-
wart for four years, both on the
playing field and in administra-
tion. He served as club secretary
in 64-65, as president the following
year, and as captain in the fall
of 1966 (despite having a broken
arm).
Honors
He played his first .rugby as a
nine-year-old schoolboy and went
on to earn a position on the Edin-
burgh University team. He came
to Michigan after graduating with
honors from Edinburgh with a
degree in economics.'
McLean returns to take a post in
the Economics Department at the
new University of Stirling after
leading his team to the cham-
pionship of the Southwest Ontario
Rugby Union in its first official
season of operation (1966).

The club meets Ohio State to-
morrow in an attempt to improve
upon its present record of one win
and a draw.
The "A' game will begin about
2:15 p.m. preceded by a seven-a-
side rugby contest.
Bill board
Senior Women's NAAU swim-
ming championships will be
held in Pittsburgh April 17, 18
and 20. About 65 divers, includ-
ing defending champion Micki
King, Grad, and Lani Loken,
'71, will compete.
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Michigan ticket manager Don
Weir has reported that applica-
tions for individual football
game tickets will be available at
the Athletic Building, State and
Hoover, during the exam period.
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Michigan State's karate club,
"Pa Kong Tang So, Do," de-
feated Michigan's - club, "Tae
Kwon Do," 14-13, last night.
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