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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sundav. Anri 15. 1970

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Lanie Loken
wins diving
title
Special To The Daily
FT. LAUDERDALE-Lanie Lo-
ken, competing for the Ann Arbor
swimming club, captured first
place in tower diving at the AAU
diving championships here yes-
terday. Miss Loken, a junior at
the University, pulled away from
the field with a strong showing in
the final round to cop the title
with 338.55 points.

Offens e
By MORT NOVECK
The weather was better yester-
day than on Tuesday when the
Michigan football team 1 a s t
scrimmaged but according to
coach Bo Schembechler the ses-
sion itself showed no impiove- ,
ment.
Again it w a s the offense at
fault. The kindest thing Schem-
beehler could bring himself to say
about it was that "the offense was
not very good. The line play was
not good and other than (Don)
Moorhead the backfield was no
good either."
The main problem seems to be
in blocking which is weak both
on the line and in the backfield.
The problem on the line is due to
loss of guards Bob Baumgartner
and Dick Caldarazzo. Replace-
ments have to be found for them
and then the new line has to be
worked until it forms a cohesive
wall.
IN THE backfield the loss of
Garvie Craw is making itself felt.
"We just don't have anybody his
size to block," commented Schem-
bechler. "The blocking on t h e
corners by the backfield just isn't
as good."

disappoin ts

Bo

For Miss Loken, who is also a
Wolverine cheerleader and t h e
daughter of Michigan Gymnastics
coach N e w t Loken, the victory
capped a dramatic personal come-
back. She was critically injured in
an automobile accident in 1968
and had never before won in na-
tional competition.
Wolverine varsit divers a 1 s o
fared well in the men's competi-
tion. Dick Rydze finished second
in the ten-meterevent with 459.-
93, losing out only to Italian Klaus
Dibiasy, the Gold Medal winner
in the 1968 Olympics. Wolverine
Bruce McManaman, who like
Rydze w a s competing indepen-
dently, captured sixth place with
410.55.
Miss Loken's and Rydze's totals
were the highest scored by Ameri-
can competitors, and they thus
advanced into an international
dual meet to be held today in Fort
Lauderdale.

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Runn y the backfield isn't 4<:<r z
as good either according to the
coach. "Billy Taylor hasn't shown
uantigsince the Ohi.Sat
game," stated Schembechler, "and " .... ."" ^ "". "
neither has anyone else. Alan
"Cowboy" Walker, a freshman, is Moore (97) and Kee (93) zeroi
the best of the running backs so________________________________________
far," Bo continued, "but he stilll
makes mistakes and has a way to M L EK N U K O E
go."MYOD EZU-,3xYHO :

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The quarterback situation isn't
any better. Neither Dennis Con-
nell nor Jack McBride, hopefuls
for the backup spot behind Moor-
head, were particularly impres-
sive.
Injuries aren't helping spring
practice much as they continue
to pile up. Randy Logan, a pros-
p e c t at wingback, managed to
catch some passes but is st ill
handicapped by a broken hand.
Jack Harpring, an offensive tack-
le missed the session because of a
nerve he pinched last week. Tight
end Jerry Schumacher was outs
with a hyperextended knee and
kicker Tim Killian missed because
of a concussion he suffered last
week.
LUCKILY, while the offense was
bad the defense was brilliant. The
line spent much of its time camp-
ed on the offensive side of scrim-
mage, often with a quarterback
in tow. Schembechler was also
pleased with the play of the line-
backers and defensive secondary,
especially with the work of Dave
Zucarelli and Jim Betts. "They're
good," he stated, "as long as they
don't make mistakes."
When someone commented that
Betts would decapitate an oppen-
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Wolverines cop two-mile relay

Special To The Daily
LEXINGTON, Ky. - True to
expectation Michigan's two - mile
and 440 yd. relay teams turned
in strong performances yesterday
at the Kentucky Relays in their
outdoor debut. Exhibiting the
same form that gave them the
third place in the NCAA finals a
few weeks ago, the two-mile
team of Rick Storrey, Eric Chap-
man, Norm Cornwell, and Paul
Armstrong turned in a time of
7:37 to take first place.
In the 440 relay, Sol Espie,
Godfrey Murray, Trevor Mathews,
and Gene Brown impressed t h e
crowd with their first attempt at
the event, copping second place
with a clocking of 40.9 seconds.
Indiana stole first, with a record
breaking 40.6 race, eclipsing the
old mark, held by Tennessee by
.2 second. Eastern Kentucky placed
third with a 41:7 performance.
In the individual events, Mur-
ray also took second place in 120
high hurdles, as EMU's Bill Tip-
ton nipped 'him at the tape. Both
turned in times of 13.7, tying
Tennessee's Richmond Flowers' old
meet record. Brown placed a dis-
appointing fourth in the 100 yard
dash with a time of 9.7, while
Phil Pyatt finished fifth in the
mile.
In the high jump, John Mann
began the outdoor season on the
same consistent note that he end-
ed the indoor season, placing
second with yet another 6-10
performance, to round out the
Michigan placers.
In that same event, Indiana's
Jerry Haupert set a new meet re-

cord of 7-0, smashing the 6-10
mark held jointly by Mike Bow-
ers of the Ann Arbor Track Club
and Ben Gains of the Chicago
Track Club.
The Chicago Track Club swept
the mile run as Lowell Paul, Ken
Sparks, and Mark Gibbon placed
one, two, three respectively. Paul's
4:11.5 race set a new meet re-
cord, breaking the old mark of
4:11.9 fheld by Joe Boil of Hard-
ing. Another CTC member, Bryan
Oldfield, set a record in the shot
put with a toss of 61-814, more
than a foot better than the old
mark held by him; while another
Chicagoan, Grant Colehour plac-
ed third in the three-mile with a
14:06.7 performance.
In the University mile relay,
Murray State took first with a
3:11.5 run, followed by Indiana
and Eastern Michigan with
3:13.6 and* 3:14.5 respectively.
Michigan placed sixth in that
event.
Several trackmen from West-
ern Michigan University turned'
In impressive prformances. In
the pole vault Larry Robards and
Mike Tolosanti copped the first
two places at the low height of
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14-6 and 14-0, and in the two
mile relay their team took third
with a time of 7:44.5.
Western Michigan teams also
placed first in the shuttle hurdle
and distance medley relays.
In the only event for women,
the Women's invitational 440, i
Gerry Hall of the Knoxville
Track Club placed first with a
time of 57.2. Two Ohio Track
Club performers, Beth Hudson
and Kim Koch won the next two
places with times of 58.1 and 58.8
respectively.
AA
Patriots -get
newvpark
BOSTON (A)-The Boston Pa-
triots will build a 57,000 seat sta-
dium near the Bay State Raceway
track in Foxboro, Bill Sullivan,
president of the National Football
League team announced yester-
day.
Foxboro is about 25 miles from
Boston where the Patriots have
played their previous home games.
The Patriots have' been told by
the league that it must come up
with a 50,000 or more seating
capacity stadium for the 1370
season.
Part of the cost of the stadium
would be contributed by the Pa-
triots, Sullivan said.
The announcement apparently
ended speculation that the Patri-
ots might move to another state,
several Southern cities have been
mentioned.

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