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iy, January 8, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HAPPY NEW YEAR, COACH

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TRY FOLLETT'S FIRST!

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LAFAYETTE - JACK MOLLENKOPF announced his retire-
ment as head football coach at Purdue yesterday six months before
reaching the mandatory retirement age of 65.
By JIM KEVRA indoor track championship last Mollenkopf informed his coaching staff of his decision in a phone
The new year could beha very year, Russell's best leap was 22-9. call from Honolulu where h is serving as a coach for Saturday's
good one for head coach Dave This year: the shot put could
Martin, particularly if the Wol- turn into one of Michigan's strong- Hula Bowl game. He had spent 23 years with the Boilermakers, the
verine trackmen continue to live est events. Muscleman Guilio Ca- last 14 as head coach.
verine thraksenicoinubegioni tallo took first place by putting The highly successful coach nicknamed "Jack the Ripper" could
Michigan's track team does not the shot 54-314, a mark which -have asked Purdue trustees for a waiver of the retirement rule. He
start its season until January o4 would have been good enough to said he decided against it after "much thought and deliberation with
but the thinclads already have a wI many of the Wolverines dual my wife and a few friends."
victory to their credit, meets last year. | He thanked his staff members "who have been so loyal to me all

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A group of Michigan trackmen,
competing as an independent
team, The Wolverine Track Club,
captured first place in the annual
Orange Bowl Track Meet held
New Year's Day in Miami, Florida.
The varsity athletes totaled 19
points in the meet with three
firsts, a second and a third place
finish to narrowly beat out the
University of Georgia and the Uni-
versity of Florida, both of which
scored 18 points.

Sophomore Larry Wolfe earned
the Wolverines another first place
by winning the pole vault com-
petition. Wolfe cleared 15-6 in his
best attempt, a mark which is
only 212" away from the Big Ten
meet record.
The Wolverines other points
were acounted for by Kirk Han-
sen's second place finish in the
two-mile run and John Mann's
third place mark in the high jump.
The thinclads now have a rest

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Senior Ira Russell took first of January when they travel to
place in his specialty event, the Cincinnati for the United States
long 3 jcmp. A third place finisher Track and Field Federation in-
in both the Big Ten and the NCAA vitational meet.

Ira Russell

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