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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday. February 28,1970

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By DALE ARBOUR
After a record breaking loss to
Wisconsin last weekend, the Mich-
igan track squad will try to even
up its record this afternoon as
they host Michigan State in a
dual track meet.
At Wisconsin, 10 meet records
were tied or broken, along with
Michigan's dual meet win streak
of 22 whichddates back to Feb. 1,
1964. So, the Michigan trackmen
are eyeing Michigan State as being
their first victim for a new winI
streak, -
Michigan is well balanced in all
of the events while Michigan State
is extremely strong in some events
and extremely weak in others.
Move over, Bucky!l
When the phone rings at the
Straub house nowadays, it's
like as not a call about Mike as
about Michigan's w i n g e r,
Bucky. The 15-year-old brother
of Wolverine hockey player
Bucky Straub and his team-
mates and coach on the cham-
pion Ann Arbor Bantam A
Hockey team will be honored
tonight at the Coliseum at 7
p.m. in the first annual Ann
Arbor Hockey Night.
The Michgian State Senate
passed a resolution introduced
by Senator Gilbert Bursley (R-
Ann Arbor) paying tribute to
the Ann Arbor bantam team,
the first American Bantam A
hockey team to finish on top of
the Canadian teams in the
Silver Sticks Tournament.

IN THE BEST match-up of the
afternoon, Michigan's Gene Brown
will be out to upset State's Herb
Washington in the 60-yard dash.
Although both these runners have
identical best times of :06.0,
Brown has never beat Washing-
ton. But Brown will have a home
track advantage with a partisan
crowd and these facts might just
mean the difference between vic-
tory and defeat for Brown.
Brown and Trevor Matthews
will both face Washington in the
300-yard dash, but in this event
Washington is the underdog.
Brown and Matthews have record-
ed best times in this event so far
this year of :31.3 and :31.4, re-
spectively, while Washington has
run only a best of :32.0.
IN ANOTHER top event, Bill
Wehrwein of State will face Norm
Cornwell and Reggie Bradford in
the 600-yard run. Wehrwein has
been at one time the American
record holder in this event with a
time of 1:09.0, and so far this sea-
son he has a best time of 1:09.7.
On the other hand, Cornwell us-
ually doesn't run the 600 and
Bradford is a realitively inexperi-
enced sophomore. Yet Cornwell
holds the school record in the out-
door 660 with a time of 1:17.6,
which is comparable to a 1:10 in
the 600. So the 600-yard run
should also be a hotly contested
race.
The only events in which Mich-
igan State has any real depth are
the 70-yard low and 70-yard high
hurdles. Michigan's Godfrey Mur-
ray will face former American
record holder Charles Pollard -and

freshman John Morrison in both
the highs and lows. In the highs,
Murray has a best time of :08.4,
while Pollard has gone :08.2 and
Morrison has a best of :08.5. In
the lows, things are more evenly
matched, with Murray and Pollard
both having the same best time of
:08.0. -Morrison and Wayne Hart-
wick of State both have best times
in the lows of :08.1.
MICHIGAN will put on its
strongest show in the 880-yard
run, which will feature Captain
Paul Armstrong (1:52.2), Rick
Storrey (1:51.0), and freshman
Eric Chapman (1:51.5). The only
serious opposition from State will
come from John Mock whose best
so far this season is 1:53.6.
In the distance events, some of
the top competition in the Big
Ten will be on display. The two-
mile run will see Ken How of
Michigan facing Chuck Starkey
and Ken Leonowicz from State.
How has the fourth fastest time
run by a Big Ten runner so far
this season with a best of 8:59.8.
Starkey and Leonowicz have best
times in thetwo-mile of 9:04.3 and
9:05.0, respectively.
IN THE MILE, How will be

joined by teammate Phil Pyatt in
what promises to be a much
tougher battle than the two-mile.*
How has a best time of 4:10.0 this
season while Pyatt ran the mile
for the firs ttime in two years last
weekend in 4:11.9. But freshman
Ken Popejoy has a much better
time than either of them so far
this season. Last weekend also,
Popejoy ran a 4:04.4 to finish sec-
ond in a dual meet against Il-
linois.
IT IS IN the field events that
Michigan State proves to be weak-
est. Almost all of Michigan's com-
petitors will be virtually unop-
posed in their respective events. w
Ira Russell (48'1") and Warren
Bechard (48.8") will face the most
competition in Eric Allen (46'6")
in the triple jump. In the long
jump, Michigan will have Russell,
Bechard, and Mark Rosenbaum.
John Mann has six inches over his
nearest competitor in the high 5
jump.
In the 440, Lorenzo Montgomery
and Greg Syphax will be com-
peting for Michigan and should
face some stiff competition from
a usually strong Michigan State
quarter-mile field.

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Grapplers set strategy for double trouble

By AL KAUFMAN
A badly battered Michigan
wrestling team competes at Min,
neapolis today in a triangular dual
meet with Minnesota and Mankato
State. The Wolverine matmen willi
be attempting to boost their over-I
all meet record to 7-5-1, and theirr
Big Ten record to 4-4.
Injuries to several wrestlers,
however, could put a damper on
the team's efforts.I
MARK KING, Michigan's regu-
lar 142 pounder, had minor sur-
gery performed on his nose earlier
in the week, and will not be ablet

I to compete. Wrestling in his stead
will be reserve Paul Paquin, who
will be competing in his first var-
sity meet.
Lane Headrick, who weighs in
at 150'and normally follows King
in the wrestling lineup, will also
be wrestling with an injury. Head-
rick hurt his leg in the Indiana
meet two weeks ago, and he re-
injured it this week in practice.
Headrick will be able to wrestle
today, but his leg will be heavily
taped.
RICK BOLHOUSE, the Wolver-
ine's freshman heavyweight, will

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You Must be registered by March 6th to vote against
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REGISTRATION:
CITY HALL: Sat. 2-28, 8 a.m.-5 p.m-.; Mon. 3-2
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also be wrestling with a heavily
taped leg. Bolhouse got racked up
in his match last week with MSU's
Vic Mittelberg, and his mobility
has been hampered this week due
to the injury.
Rounding out the list of the in-
jured wrestlers to compete is 126
pounder Jim Hagan, who will al,
ternate with Tim Cech, in spite
of a sprained ankle.
In addition to the line-up change
caused by King's absence, there is
a possibility that several Michi-
gan wrestlers will cut weight for
the meet today.
JESSE RAWLS, last year's Big
Ten champion .at 167 pounds who
has been wrestling at 177 or 190
this year, will probably wrestle at
167 against both Minnesota and
Mankato today.
As a result of Rawls' shift, Tom
Quinn, who normally wrestles at
167, will weigh in at 158. Quinn
will probably wrestle against the
Gophers, while Jim Sanger, this
year's regular at 158, will probably
wrestle against Mankato's entry.
The gap at 177 will be filled by
Therlon Harris, who has wrestled
at 190 pounds most ofhthe year.
Harris, who is very light for the
190 pound weight class, will be
wrestling closer to his normal
weight, while his replacement at
190, sophomore Jim Thomas, will
be wrestling at his normal weight.
The Michigan lineup in the
other weight classes will be as
usual, with Ty Belknap weighing
in at 134 pounds, and Jerry Hod-
dy wrestling at 118 pounds.
THE GRAPPLER'S two f o e s
have contrasting records. Man-
kato is a highly regarded small
college team, and has only lost one

dual meet, that coming at t h e
hands of powerful Lehigh.
Minnesota, on the other hand,
has an 11-11-1 record, and a med-
iocre 3-3-1 record in the Big Ten.
The Gophers lost to Iowa, Purdue,
and Wisconsin in dual meet com-
petition, and lost to Purdue and
Northwestern in a quadrangular
meet.
Though Minnesota's record in-
dicates that the meethcould be
close, the Gophers chances suf-
fered a severe blow when t e a m
stalwart Steve Carlson, who is un-
defeated in the Big Ten in the
150 weight class, was injured in
last week's match with Iowa.
The Michigan matmen will be
concentrating on ' the Minnesota
meet, because individual seedings
in the conference tournament de-
pend on dual meet performances
in Big Ten competition. However,
the Wolverines will not be look-
ing past the match-up with Man-
kato, because a victory over this
highly regarded team would con-
siderably boost team morale.

Connecticut suspends star;
Harvard thinclads back Yale
By The Associated Press
*STORRS, Conn. - Three University of Connecticut basketball
players - one of them the team's top scorer - were arrested Thurs-
day along with three other suspects who state police say committed
two burglaries on campus last spring.
The basketball players were suspended from the team until the
case is decided in court, dealing a harsh blow to U Conn hopes of
capturing at least a tie for first place in the Yankee Conference this
weekend.
* * *
*CAMBRIDGE, Mass - For 118 years, Yale and Harvard ath-
letes have been in combat. But three weeks from now Harvard track-
men may be wearing uniforms with Y-A-L-E printed on them when
they accept awards at the National Collegiate Athletic Association in-
door track championships.
It's all a result of the NCAA two-year probation imposed on Yale
for using a basketball player who had been declared ineligible be-
cause he participated in the Maccabiah Games in Israel last summer.
Yale backed the player, Jack Langer, and took the stand that the
NCAA's refusal to sanction the basketball portion of the Maccabiah
Games was only another round in the NCAA power squabble with
the Amateur Athletic Union.
*MIAMI, Fla. - Major league baseball players unanimously re-
jected a new basic contract with club owners yesterday and ruled out
arbitration by Commissioner Bowie Kuhn on certain areas of dis-
agreement, thereby increasing the threat of a player strike on the eve
of the 1970 season.
* * *
OMONTREAL - Veteran Goalie Gump Worsley was traded by ,
the Montreal Canadians to the slumping Minnesota North Stars yes-
terday.
Sam Pollock, general manager of Montreal's National Hockey
League champions, said that in return for Worsley the Canadians,
"will receive various considerations from the North Stars to be final-
ized after the completion of the current season."

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and Friday
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Gymnasts pit string of victories on line

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By BETSY MAHON
The Wolverine gymnasts, unde-
feated in their last 31 dual meets,
put that streak on the line today
in Iowa City. They face tough op-
position as their opponents, ,the
Iowa Hawkeyes, have lost only one
meet this year, a 158-157 squeaker
to Illinois.
The Wolverines, on the other
hand, go into this Big Ten finale,
fresh from a 164-159 trouncing of
the Illini in a meet where t h e

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH AND WESLEY
FOUNDATION
At State and Huron Streets
Church-662-4536
Wesley-668-6881
Hoover Rupert, Minister
Bartlett Beavin, Campus Minister
R. Edward McCracken, Campus Minister
SUNDAY
9:30 .m. and 11:0 a.m.-"Four Letter Words
Christians Use: Pure." Dr. Hoover Rupert.
6:00 p.m.-Fellowship Supper
7:00 p.m.-Fellowship Program, "Population
and Pollution: or Is There Tomorrow?"

LUTHERAN STUDENT CHAPEL
A.L.C.-L.CA.
Hill St. at S. Forest Ave.
Donald G. Zill, Pastor
SUNDAY
9:30 a.m. -+6ly Communion
11:00 a.m.-Matins
6:00 p.m.-Supper
7:00 p.m.-Program
WEDNESDAY
7:45 p.m.-Lenten Service..

ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
306 N. Division
8:00 a.m.-Holy Communion.
10:00 a.m.-Morning Prover and Sermon.
7:00 .m.-Evening Prover.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST,
1833 Washtenaw Ave.
SUNDAY
10:30 a.m.-Worship Services, Sunday School
(2-20 years).
WEDNESDAY -
8:00 a.m.-Testimony Meetina..
Infants room available Sunday and Wednesday.
Public Reading Room, 306 E. Liberty St. -
Mon., 10-9: Tues.-Sat., 10-5, Closed Sun-
days and Holidavs.
"The Bible Speaks: to You," Radio WAAM'
1600, Sunday, 8:45 a.m.
For transportation col 663-7321.j

CAMPUS CHAPEL
(corner of Forest and Washtenaw)
Minister: Rev. Harold Dekker
10:00 a.m. Sermon-"God and Man in Sal-
vation."
5:00 p.m.-Supper.
6:00 p.m.-Holy Communion.
7:15 p.m.-Discussion on The Underground
Church
UNITY CENTER OF
PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY
310 S. State
663-4314
Mrs. Eleonore Krafft, Minister
Sunday Service-i 1:00 a.m.
Study Class-Mrs. Krafft-7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Prayer and Counseling-10:00 a.m. Wednes-
day.
Center Is Open-Monday, Wednesday, Friday,,
11-2: Tuesday, 3-6 p.m.
BETHLEHEM UNITED
CHURCH OF CHRIST
423 S. Fourth Ave.
Telephone 665:6149

UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURCH
1001 East Huron
Phone 662-3153
Ministers: Calvin S. Malefvt and Paul Swets
10:30 a.m.-"Coping With Stress." Calvin
Malefyt speaking.
6:30 p.m.-"lluman Sexuality and Christian
Marriage."
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
(The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod)
151 1 Washtenaw Ave.
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
Sunday at 9:30 and at 11:00 a.m.-Services.
Sunday at 6:00 p.m.-Gamma Delta Supper-
Program.
Wednesday at 10:00 p.m.-Midweek Service.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Washtenaw Ave.
Phone 662-4466
Ministers: Robert Sanders, John R. Waser.
Harold S. Horan
Worship at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m.-Preaching
Feb. 15: Mr. Sanders.

UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURH
East Huron at Fletcher (behind Rackham)

squad's four seniors, Ron Rapper,
Sid Jensen,. George Huntzicker
and Bill Mackie, all scored per-
sonal highs.
The Hawkeyes' leading per-
former is all around man Rich
Scorza. Against Illinois he scored
above nine points in three events,
vaulting, parallel bars and t h e
highbar, to walk away with 53.70
points and the all around champ-
ionship. He will receive stiff com-
petition for that award this week
from Sid Jensen and Rick Mc-
Curdy who scored 54.85 and 53.55
respectively when they faced Il-
linois
Scorza is helped out by team-
mate Barry Slotten who against
Illinois scored above nine points
in the two events in which he
competes, vaulting and floor ex-
ercise. Vaulting is his strong point
and he combines with Scorza to
make this event the Hawkeyes'
most potent weapon.
Iowa's weak event is the parallel
bars where their performances
have been erratic for most of the
season. The Wolverines should be
able to p i c k up points in this
event as it is usually one of their
strongest. Against Illinois, Sid
Jensen and specialist Ron Rapper
scored well above the nine point
mark. Rapper managed a phe-
nomenal 9.6, the highest of his
many lofty scores on the parallel
bars.
Michigan should also w a I k
away with the championship on
the rings. Against the Illini all
three Wolverine entries, Jensen,
McCurdy a n d freshman Skip
Frowick scored over nine points.
The Hawkeyes 'cannot come close

to matching another performance
like this.
Both squads have been exper-
iencing problems with their side
horse teams. The Wolverine squad
of Jensen, McCurdy, Dick Kaziny
and Mike Gluck have not been
able to perform well consistently.
Coach Newt Loken made improv-
ing their scores his project for the
past week's practices and hopeful-
ly the performances will s h o w
some results.
The Wolverines will be missing
the routines of 1968 NCAA Tram-
poline Champion and 1969 NAAU
Trampoline Champion and final-
ist in floor exercise George Hunt-
zicker, who. scored a personal
high of 9.5 in floor exercise last
week. Huntzicker, along with Tim
Wright and Chris Keane, is in
New Orleans this weekend for the
World Trampoline Team Trials.
Since Huntzicker will not partici-
pate Coach Loken added to the
squad sophomore Mike S al e, a
specialist on the rings.
It is important for the Wolver-
ines to make a good showing in
today's meet, even though their
closest rivals in the Big Ten, Iowa
and Illinois, have each lost one
bout. Dual meet results count one
half toward the conference cham-
pionship and the Big Ten meet
the other half. Thus, a team win-
ning the dual meet race, but fin-
ishing second in the Big Ten meet
to the dual meet runner up, could
only tie for the title. If the Wol-
verines are victorious today the
only obstacle between them and
the NCAA title is the Illinois team
which they have trounced once.
NHL Standings'
East Division

SUNDAY
10:30 a.m. "Coping with Stress"
CALVIN S. MALEFYT speaking
6:30 p.m. "Human Sexuality and Christian
Marriage"

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
On the Campus-
Corner State and William Sts.
Terry N. Smith, Minister
Ronald C. Phillips, Assistant
9:15 and 11:00 a.m.-"An important By-
Product--Happiness."
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH

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Montreal
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Detroit
Toronto
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30 18 1
24 24 1
West Division
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21 29 8
14 25 2
17 33 9
10 29 18

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4 78 225 177
3 75 194 151
7 71 190 136
0 70 180 152
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48 159 180
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