Tuesdoy, January 20, 1970
THE Ml HIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, January 20, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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95% OF THE READING POPULATION READS ONLY 250 TO 300 WORDS PER MINUTE OR LESS
FAST READI~NG ISNOT DIFFICULT TO [EARN!
All those who completed courses held this
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or increased comprehension they had at their
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By DALE ARBOUR Highbaugh in the short distances
A young, inexperienced Michi- also 'isaa title threat. Last year,
Indiana was a strong second to
gan track team is preparing for Wisconsin both Indoors and Out-
the opening meet of the season doors, and the Hoosiers have notI
with the excitement that no other lost anybody significant from last
Michigan track team has experi- year's team. The dark horse in the
enced before. The cause of mast Big Ten race will probably be
eof this excitement is the fact Michigan State, which finished
Sthat freshmen are now allowed to fourth last year in both the In-
thatreshmn varenow aloedto door and Outdoor meets. Michigan
competein varsity competition, was third last year in both the
something which they were notdT
Bring a book to a free, live demonstration of the reading skills which will be taught in a GUARANTEED
course offered this semester,
Demonstration Tuesday, Thursday, Jan. 20 & 22, 7:30 P.M.,
at the Bell Tower Hotel, 300 So. Thayer St., across from Burton Tower
able to do last year.
Also, this young Michigan team
has a good chance of capturing
the Conference title, but this will
be no easy task. Defending Indoor
and Outdoor Champion Wisconsin
suffered heavily in graduation
losses from the previous season,
but is perennially strong and thus
offer the stiffest competition in
the Big Ten.
INDIANA, with its one-two
punch of Ken Goodrich and LarryI
n r andu 'Outdoor meets.
Before the Big Ten Champion-
ships come around in March, how-
ever, Michigan will know how
tough her competition will really
be. She runs both Wisconsin and
Michigan State in dual meets.
This year's squad is dominated
by freshmen and sophomores, and
due to the recent rule change,
none have ever experienced var-
sity competition in the Big Ten.
Fortunately, what the team lacks
in experience is overshadowed by
to The Michigan Daily
the individual talents of many of
THE MOST prominent individ-
uals on the team outside the fresh-
men and sophomores are Larry
Wolfe, who as a freshman last
year vaulted 16 feet in the pole
vault, which bettered the old var-
sity record of 15'8"; John Mann,
also a sophomore, has jumped
6'10%' " in the high jump in prac-
tice this season, and another
sophomore, Gene Brown, has hit
:09.5 in the hundred yard dash
and :06.2 in the 60 yard dash.
Other sophomores who add
depth to the team, especially in
the middle distances, are Mike
Imirie and Jerry Richards whose
best 880 times are respectively
1:53.8 and 1:53.9.
Freshmen also show good
strength for the coming season
and should not only strengthen
the team but they will alsp assure
Coach Dave Martin that none of
his sophomores or other upper-
classman will become indolent. The
strongest freshmen include Trevor
Matthews from New York City who
has run a :20.8 in the 220 and
:48.4 in the 440, Bob Pinchamn,,
from Chicago, who has run a
:09.6 in the 100, and Godfrey
Murray from Jamaica who is
strong in the hurdless.
IN THE MIDDLE distances,
Eric Chapman and Al Cornwell
are best in the 880 with personal
bests of 1:51.5 and 1:52.5 respec-
tively. George Drew and Greg
Syphax have both run :48.0 in the
quarter mile, and Tom Swan adds
more strength . to an already
strong field of milers with his
fast clocking of 4:13.
The success of the 1970 track
squad is not totally dependent on
newcomers, however. The return-.
ing veterans form the nucleus
around which the rest of the team
will shape up. Captain Paul Arm-
strong will provide the necessary
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Illustrating the grit and determination of the long-distance run-
ner, who must spend hours in lonely sojourn around his asphalt
master, the outside world a mere blur to eyes pitted by pain-
: induced lachrymation.
leadership in the half mile whereanother varsity record. that being
he has a best of 1:51.3. In the field a 1:17.9 in the 660. Giulio Catall
events, prominent seniors include has put the shot over 54 feet sc
Ira Russell in the long "jump with far this s e a s o n, which wil
a personal best of 24' 511" which strengthen the field events ever
he did as a sophomore; Warren more.
Bechard was second in the triple
jump in the Big Ten Meet last 'rRACK SCHEDiULEz
season and he hopes to improve aNDOOR
that status this season. Ron Shortt I .3l-aiversity of MichiganRe.
will add strength in the pale vault Feb. 7--Western Michigan Invitationa
behind Wolfe with his best height Feb. 14-Michigai State Relays '
of 15'6". 9.f
Juniors also have plenty of
talent to offer and shouldn't be
forgotten. Rick Storrey holds the
varsity record in the mile run at
4:07.8, and Norm Cornwell holds
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