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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 14, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 14, 1969

Organization of Arab Students-U. of M.
Presents
A Lecture on
"THE CURRENT MIDDLE EAST CRISES"
By DATE: March 14 at 8 P.M.
Dr. Mae k Place: Multipurpose Room
hamedShIkelf Undergraduate Library

Ryun headlines

NCAA track

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"TH E ADVENTURES
OF ROBIN HOOD"
Errol Flynn, Basil Rathbone,
Claude Raines, Olivia De Haviland
8 and 10 P.M.

By KEITH WOOD
Jim Ryun will try to become
the first man in NCAA indoor
track history. to possess five in-
dividuals championships when
the NCAA indoor track and field
championships open tonight at
Detroit's Cobo Arena.
Ryun will defend his two-mile
championship tonight as a prelude
torhis Saturday quest for his
third successive mile title. Ryun
must win both to achieve the
record.
The Kansas distance runner
outlegged Washington State's Ger-
ry Lindgren for the two-mile
crown on the same track last
year with a winning time of
8:38.9. This year Ryun must face
the challenge of at least two run-
ners who have posted better per-
-?formances. Kerry Pearce of Tex-
as-El Paso and Art Dulong of
Holy Cross will try to spoil Ryun's
bid for the crown.
Michigan is the host team for,
the meet, and Michigan Athletic
j rector, Don Canham, is the
eet director. The opening card,
iwhich starts at 8:30 tonight, will
include finals in the long jump,
triple jump, and half-mile, plus
trials in seven other events. The

other finals will be run tomorrow
starting at 2:30.
Two other titlists from last
year will try for repeat victories
tomorrow night. Villanova's ree-
ord holder in the 440, Larry James,
will put his title on the line
against Lee Evans of San Jose
State, the only man who con-
quered him in the Olympic 400
neters at Mexico City.
S The other defending titlist is
shot putter John Van Reenen from
Washington State. Van Reenen
will' receive strong competition
from the Kansas due of Steve
Wilhelm and Karl Salb. Both
men have been consistently sur-
passing distances of 60 feet.
Michigan's strongest chance for
a title will rest with Olympian
Ron Kutchinski. Kutchinski was
upset in the 1000-yard run at
the Big Ten championship, but
he still figures to be a top con-
tender in the half-mile.
The Wolverines' champion two-
mile relay squad will be hurt by
the loss of All-American Tom
Kearney who has been hampered
all season by an ankle injury. This
year's unit will probaly consist
of Kutchinski, Rick Storrey, Paul
Armstrong, and Gary Gold.
Another bright spot for the

Wolverines will be hurdler Larry
Midlam. Midlam is the Big Ten
title holder in the 70-yard lowsl
and has been a consistent winner
all season.
Michigan has another Big Ten
champion in Bob Wedge. who won
the triple jump with a leap of 48
feet.
Michigan may also be able to,
take advantage of the new fresh-
man eligibility rule. Wolverine
freshman, Gene Brown, has run
the 60-yard dash in :06.2. which
will probably be fast enough to
qualify. But that event will prob-
ably feature the strongest field
of any in the meet. Among the
top names will be Michigan 3tate
freshman, Herb Washington, who
has consistently run the distance
in :06.1.
Other freshman competitors for
the Wolverines will be Larry Wolfe
in the pole pault and Ken Hamil-
ton in the two-imle run. Wolfe has
vaulted 15-10 and two weeks ago
Hamilton ran the two-mile in
8:56.2, almost setting a new var-
sity record.
Michigan State has another top
contender in Bill Wehrwein. Wehr-
wein set a new American -ecord
in the 600-yard run at the Mich-

igan State Relays this year. He is
also the Big Ten champion.
As has been the case in the past.
the meet promises to be one of
the greatest shows in indoor tiack
and field competition.
Rudy to lead Cagers
Rudy Tom janovich has been
selected by his teammates as
captain of teh 1969-1970 Mich-
igan Basketball Team. Tom-
janovich will succeed Ken
Maxey in that role.
Tomjanovich, who hails from
Hamtramck, has led the Wol-
verine cagers in scoring and re-
bounding for the last two years.
This year he also led the Big
Ten in rebounding and finished
second to Purdue's Rick Mount
in the 1969 conference scoring
race.
Rudy has received mention in
most of the post-season All-
American team polls, and was
a member of the All-Big T e n
first team.
Join The Daily
Sports Staff

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OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL WINNER Dick Fosbury does his
revolutionary "Fosbury Flop" in last year's NCAA championships.
The Oregon State high jumper will be featured again in this year's
meet which opens tonight at Cobo Arena.
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