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FRTDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 196G THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

Trackmen Invade Jennison for Spartan Relays

By BOB McFARLAND
The Wolverine cindermen will
be in good company tomorrow
when they step out onto the cin-
ders at Jennison Field House in
East Lansing.
Assembled there will be an as-
sortment of track stars that would
make any coach green with envy.
Over 500 athletes, representing 27
colleges from all over the nation,
are slated for competition in the
Michigan State Relays.
Spartan Coach Fran Dittrich
terms the group "the best overall
field we've had -in several years
with many records, particularly
in the field events, in jeopardy."\
Crack relay teams from Okla-
homa State, Missouri, Southern
Illinois, and host MSU will give
the Michigan thinclads their
toughest opposition of the sea-

son. Other Big Ten entries in ad-
dition to the Wolverines and Spar-
tans include Indiana, Purdue and
Northwestern.
Last year's champions who are
returning to defend their titles
number 14. A total of 18 events
are on the program.
Dittrich pointed to the shot put
mark as one which was likely to
fall. Leading the onslaught at the
58'101/2" record is Missouri's Gene
Crews, defending champion in the
event. The burly senior heaved the
16-pound weight 60'61" last Fri-
day. His major competitor will be
George Woods of SIU, also cred-
ited with a 60' toss.
'M' Strength
The Wolverine strength quartet,
Jack Harvey, Steve Leuchtman,
Paul D'Erano and Bob Thomas,
will be challenging Woods andj
Crews.I

George Canamare, Michigan's
captain. rates as one of the fav-
orites in the pole vault. He will
be battling Joe Neihardt of Cen-
tral Michigan, defending cham-
pion, and Paul Seely from West-
ern Michigan for the third week
in a row. The best Neihardt could
do in the Michigan Relays last
week was fifth. Northwestern's
Jim Albrecht, who has the 1965
Big Ten indoor crown to his credit,
will also be in the field.
Wolverine sophomore Rick Hunt
should be a strong threat in the
high jump. He will be pitted
against Steve Herndon of Mis-
souri, another returning champion,
who cleared the bar at 6'91%" last
Friday.
Good Grief, Charlie Brown!
Michigan's Carl Ward, Willie
Brown ,and Dave Cooper will be
attempting to defeat the defend-

ing titlist in the 60-yard dash.
They will be up against Charlie
Brown, another Missourian, who
has a :06.1 clocking to his credit.
If last week's performance was
any indication, the hurdle events
should belong to Gene Washing-
ton and crew. Winning both the
high and low hurdles and anch-
oring the shuttle hurdle relay team
to a field house record in the
Michigan Relays, Washington will
be hard to stop. Among those
taking on the feat of breaking up
the Spartan hurdle monopoly are
Roy Woodton, Willie Fox, and Nel-
son Graham of Michigan.
The big show tomorrow will be
the relay events. Coach Don Can-
ham has made only one change in
the Wolverine units, substituting
Fred Grove for Dave Legacki on
the anchor leg of the sprint med-
ley relay. Legacki is entered in
the 1000-yard run. MSU is the
defending title holder in this de-
partment.

fect on the two mile relay squad
which Norde is anchoring and the
distance medley unit will have
Dolan running the final leg.
Ed Dean of Notre Dame, a
4:03.6 miler, will be trying to cop
his second straight MSU Relays
crown in that event. Jim Dennis
and Brian Kelly are slated to be
the Wolverine challengers.
One significant absence on the
Michigan squad will be Dorie Reid,
who garnered the Big Ten indoor

60-yard dash title along with the
outdoor century last season. Reid,
much heavier this season, has
been unimpressive in the Wolver-
ines' first two meets, last week
turning in a dismal :06.6 clock-
ing.
Facing champions Oklahoma
State and Southern Illinois in the
mile relay will be a Michigan'
unit composed of Marion Hoey,
Clive Laidley or Grove, Bob Ger-
ometta, and Alex McDonald.

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Added Strength
Michigan's relay performances
will benefit from the strengthen-
ed physical conditions of Jim Do-
lan and Cecil Norde. Although
both competed last week and put
in impressive efforts, "Cec" and
Dolan had been ill for the two
previous weeks. The extra week of
practice should have a decided ef-

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By BILL LEVISl
After taking the past two weeks,
off from competition, Michigan's
undefeated gymnasts will embark
on the first of their three toughest
weekends of the season tomorrow
when they face Iowa and Indiana.
in Iowa City.
The Wolverines, Big Ten champs
for the past five years, have beat-
en Wisconsin and Ohio State in
two conference meets. The three
most formidable opponents, Iowa,
Michigan State, and Illinois, are
all left to come on the schedule.
The Hawkeyes boast a 4-1 rec-
ord bowing only to the Spartans.
earlier in the season. Indiana, the
third school participating in Iowa
City, has built up a 3-3 record
losing to Michigan State and the
ever dangerous Illini in conference
competition.
Layoff Helps
When asked as to what effect
the layoff has had on his gym-
nasts, Coach Newt Loken com-
mented that, "The team is re-
sponding very favorably to the
open weekend just ensued. This is
shown by some fine routine work
these last few days."
The Iowa squad is led by Neil
Schmitt, Ken Gordon, and Ike
Heller. Schmitt is ranked sixth in
the Mid-East region in the All-
Around. He is also one of Iowa's
standouts in the floor exercise and
high bar. Last week, Schmitt re-
corded a 9.0 in the floor exercise
and a 9.3 in the high bar.
Heller is the Hawkeyes' leading
vaulter with a tenth place in the
Mid-East ratings. The Wolverines

hope to counter this threat with
Wayne Miller, the Fuller twins,
and Cliff Chilvers. Miller is rank-
ed sixth in the nation with Chip
Fuller and Chilvers right behind
in the eventh and eighth spots.
The threesome is also ranked
fourth, fifth, and sixth in the
Mid-East followed by Chip's twin
brother, Phip, in seventh.
Horse Leader
Gordon is Iowa's leader in the
side horse with a 9.3 last week
against Michigan State. The Mich-
igan counter will be Art Baessler
who ranks fourth in the. nation.
Other Hawkeyes in the Mid-East
top ten are Dan Price in the high
bar, and Lazar in the parallel bars.
Other Hawkeye challenges are
posed by Kellner in the floor ex-
ercises, Singerban in the still
rings, and according to Loken,
just about everyone in the tram-
poline.
Indiana will play a minor part
in the scoring of the meet if their
past statistics- hold true today.
Their only formidible competitors
are Joel Sutkin in the All-Around
and vault and Clark Well, also
in the vaulting event.
The long horse (vaulting) seems
to be the only strong event for
the Hoosiers. In their recent en-
counter with Michigan State, In-
diana was completely outclassed
in the other events.
High Hopes
Michigan has high hopes of de-
feating the strong Hawkeyes and
Indiana in the 'double duo'
(shades of Batman). The Wolver-
ines will be competing against
both schools at the same time in

each event. They will not meet
Indiana and Iowa separately.
Michigan has many of the na-
tional and regional leaders accord-
ing to the latest gymnastic rat-
ings. In the folor exercise, Miller
is rated eighth in the country
followed in ninth position by Phip
Fuller. The two are third and
fourth respectively in the Mid-
East followed by Chip Fuller in
eighth.
Miller Second
The trampoline squad is repre-
sented by Miller who is second
nationally and Vic Conant, who
is ninth. The parallel is also well
represented with the combination
of Ken Williams and Gary Vander
Voort high in the Mid-East re-
gion.
Rated in the still rings are Rich
Blanton, Chilvers, and Vander
Voort. The high bar is led by sen-
ior John Cashman in fifth place
in the regionals followed by Chris
Vanden Broek in seventh.
According to the gymnasts' en-
ergetic coach, the boys are really
looking to this weekend. "All in-
dications point to this forthcom-
ing meet with Iowa being the best
of their '66 season and I am sure
the men aren't interested in mak-
ing me an inaccurate predictor of
their gymnastic abiilties," Loken
said.
"In the next three weeks we can
finish in first or down to fourth
place in the standings."
Michigan's gymnasts begin that
stretch drive towards a hoped
sixth straight Big Ten champion-
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