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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

;SUNDAY. JANUARY 29, 1967

RAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 19~1
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The much-heralded sophomores
of the Michigan track team show-
ed their wares last night*in rec-
ord-breaking style at the annual
season opening Michigan relays.
The two mile relay team with
three sophomores, Ton. Kearney,
John Reynolds, and Ron Kutchin-
ski and junior Alex MacDonald
broke the varsity record by almost
a second with a clocking of 7:34.1,
which was according to Head
Coach Don Canham, the best ever
done by a Big Ten quartet. All
four ran their assigned sections
in less than two minutes.

The snowstorm kept away the
fine Villinova relay team along
with a great many other contes-
tants and spectators, but the
Michigan thinclads ran against
the clock with exceptional early
season form to set the mark. East-
ern Michigan, Kentucky, Hillsdale,
Ohio University, Toledo, Bowling
Green, Western Michigan, Ann
Arbor Track Club, Pontiac Track
Club, and Oakland all sent rep-
resentatives, but they were skele-
ton crews.
Sophomore George Hoey won
the 60-yard dash and two sopho-

p a rkie
mores ran on the winning 200-
yard shuttle hurdle relay team.
These underclassmen, along with
the record setting freshman med-
ley relay team, portend a bright
future for Michigan squads.
Bill Tipton, a Pontiac Central
high school student, won the 65-
yard high hurdles in the Michigan
relays Saturday night, beating out
last year's NCAA indoor cham-
pion.
Tipton, running for the Pontiac
Track Club, nipped Jerry Cerulla
running this year for the Eastern
Michigan Athletic Club, with a

time of 8.1 seconds. Cerulla fin-
ished in :8.2.
Bill Barrett of Eastern Michigan,
University set a meet record in the
pole vault, and Carl Flowers of
Michigan won the first two events,
the long jump and the triple jump.
Barrett vaulted 15 feet, % inch
and broke the old record of 14-10

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set by Tromas Burnett of Baldwin-;
Wallace in 1965. He also topped"
the Yost Fieldhouse record of 15
feet even set last year by George
Canamare of Michigan.
Other record setters were East-
ern Michigan's Bill Barrett in the
pole vault with 15'4" and Dick
Sharkey of Conference Contender
Michigan State University who
knocked off six seconds from the
Yost record, in the two mile run.
Sharkey and Bob Stelle led a
small contingent, one car'oad, of
MSU cindermen who took . five
firsts.
February third the team jour-!
neys to Kalamazoo for the West-
ern Michigan relays and in two
weeks to the big Michigan State
Relays with Kansas miler Jim'
Ryun headlining the event.
No team point totals were kept,
but Michigan athletes won seven
of the first 12 events.
LONG JUMP-1. Flowers (MI), 2.
Crawford (MSU), 3. Boswell XO).
Distance-22'2"1.
TRIPLE JUMP-1. Flowers (M), 2.
Bosweli (O), 3. Bechard (M). Dis-
tance-45'7 z".
200-YD. SHUTTLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Midlam, Deyoung, Fox,
Graham), 2. Eastern Michigan.
Time- :25.5.
SHOT PUT-1. Harvey (M), 2.
Leuchtman (M), 3. Thomas (M).
Distance-56'63 ".
DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Coffin, Gerometta, Hobe,
Dolan), 2. Michigan Frosh, 3. East-
ern Michigan. Time-10:13.5.
HIGH JUMP-1. Hunt (M), 2. Lit-
tlejohn ,'3. Knickerbocker (M).
Teight-6'6"1.
1000-YD. RUN-1. Stevenson, 2.
Morales (M), 3. Kincaid (T). Time
-2:13.7.
60-YD. DASH-1. Hoey (M), 2.
Cooper (M), 3. Polite (T). Time-
.06.5
MILE RUN-1. Heller, 2. Tillman S

)ebut
MSU. All others disqualified. Time
-3:29.6.
65-YD. HIGH HURDLES-i. Tip-
ton, 2. Cerulla (EMU), 3. Lynn
(EMU). Time-:08.1.
POLE VAULT-1. Barrett (EMU),
2. Shortt, 3. Burnett. Height-15'4x"
(new meet record).
600-YD. RUN-1. Wilson (MSU), 2.
Williams, 3. Keith (K). Time -
1:12.8.
TWO MILE RELAY-1. Michigan
(Kearney, Reynolds, MacDonald,
Kutchinski), 2. Ohio State, 3. East-
ern Michigan. Time-7:34.1 (new
meet and field house record).
65-YD. HIGH HURDLES -- 1.
Steele (MSU), 2. Tipton, 3. Hatch-
ett (EMU). Time-:07.6.
TWO MILE RUN - 1. Sharkey
(MSU). 2. Mifsud (EMU). 3. Bishop
(M). Time-8:56.2.
UNIVERSITY ONE MILE RELAY-
1. MSU, 2. Michigan, 3. Eastern
Michigan. Time-3:19.7.
Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Louisville 81, Bradley 68
UCLA 82, Chicago Loyola 67
North Carolina 93, Virginia 76
Kentucky 102 Louisiana State 72
Tennessee 62, Mississippi 49
Wake Forest 88, Davidson 74
Georgia Tech 75, Florida State 68
Tulsa 68, Wichita 61
Detroit 94, Marquette 92 (ovt)
West Virginia 61, Maryland 58
Syracuse 91, Holy Cross 1
Temple 72, St. Joseph's (Pa) 64
Texas Western 85, Brigham Young 76
Vanderbilt 79, Mississippi State 64
Nebraska 99, Missouri 82
Vanderbilt 79, Mississippi State 64
Dayton 71, Miami (Ohio) 55j
Duke 99, North Carolina State 60
Memphis State 76, New Orleans Loy-
ola 50
TCU 78, Arkansas 61
South Carolina 91, Furman 61
Providence 91, Seton Hall 87 (ovt)
Oklahoma City 133, Hawaii 85
Iowa State 93, Oklahoma 87
NBA
Cincinnati 113, St. Louis 112
Boston 114, New York 112
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Froin Wire Service Reports
Even though there was very lit-
tle snow yesterday, transportation
was still partially paralyzed
enough to cause postponements of
athletic contests throughout the
Midwest yesterday.
Although two Big Ten basket-
ball games were played yesterday
afternoon, last night's contest be-
tween league-leading Northwest-
ern and Ohio State at Evanston
was put off until Monday. Also
cancelled was a swimming meet
between Northwestern and Minne-
sota, and a wrestling meet be-
tween Michigan State and Purdue.
A gymnastics meet scheduling
Michigan State at Ohio State was
postponed.
In the National Basketball As-
sociation a meeting between the
Detroit Pistons and the Chicago
Bulls at Detroit was put off until
a later date because there was no
way the Bulls, could leave their
home city.
Is the Quad Next?
In Chicago, the 23-inch snow-
storm which caused the Friday
night doubleheader card - UCLA-
Chicago and Brigham Young-Chi-

Combine a snow storm and semester exams and you come
up with one of the dullest winter sports weekends in many years.
Even though the University is on the trimester, the less
"progressive" institutions in the Big Ten are finishing up their
first semester this weekend. As a result, athletic activity has
been curtailed and the Wolverine basketball, hockey, and
swimming teams found nobody the play with.
So that left three-track, gymnastics, and wrestling. But
the snow prevented the matmen from grabbing a plane, train,
or car to Minneapolis for a match with Minnesota.
Newt Loken's gymnasts figured they could beat the semester
breaks by scheduling Illinois' Chicago branch-a non-confer-
ence foe. It was a good move until the Windy City was paralyzed j
by 23 inches of snow, locking everybody in.
So that left a track meet in Yost Field house. And most
of the teams who were supposed to attend couldn't show up
there either.
but people who didn't take that up must have been pretty
bored. The Simon .and Garfunkel concert was cancelled, and
the UGLI closes at 10 p.m. on Saturday.
cago Loyola-to be delayed until nest' L. Wilkinson, president of
Sunday afternoon, has caused an the Mormon school, to Arthur
Morse, assistant athletic director
unexpected difficulty. Brigham at Loyola. According to Wilkinson,
Young's board of trustees met and "We will not play on Sunday. We
a decision was related by Dr. Er- believe in athletics, but they do
rot supersede the Ten Command-
ments."
The tripleheader last night with
Brigham Young-Texas Western,
Is Carry~n UCLA-Loyola of Chicago and Illi-
nois-Notre Dame went on as
scheduled.
After the Brigham Young deci-
Wayne Miller, world champion sion on a Sunday game, Morse
trampolinist, improved on his per- tried to schedule a contest be-
formances from the season meets tween Loyola and Texas Western,
with a 9.35. Freshman Ron Rap- but it is doubtful that approval will
per finished first on the parallel be granted by the NCAA. Texas
Western has already allocated its
bars with a 9.3. NCAA limit of 28 games.-

GEORGE HOEY

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In place of the regularly-sched-
uled meet with Illinois (Chicago
branch), Michigan's gymnasts per-
formed in an intra-squad exhibi-
tion yesterday.
Coach Newt Loken explained
that over a hundred fans, who
apparently hadn't been informed
of the meet's cancellation showed
up for the impromptu affair at
the Sports Building.
Art Baessler, a veteran senior
on the side horse, turned in the
highest score of the day with an
impressive 9.5 showing. "It's too
bad the meet didn't count. This
was his best day ever," laughed
Loken.
Chris Vanden Broek, although
not as sensational in his efforts,
muscled to a 9.3 on the high bar
9nd a 9.1 on the side horse in
the most consistent try of the
afternoon.

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