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SATURDAY, APRIL 8,1967 TUE 1~HCUIGA ~ DAILY
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By PHIL BROWN
Special To The Daily
LEXINGTON, Ky.-"Relax" is
the word at the University of Ken-
tucky and the beautiful sprawling
campus is a persuasive invitation
for visitors to adopt it as perma-
You seem to feel constantly that
everyone is moving in slow mo-
It's a different matter, however,
when it comes to track.
T w o southerners yesterday
moved fast enough to erase pre-
vious records at the Kentucky Re-
Richmond Flowers, a brilliant
hurdler from Tennessee, was
clocked at 0:13.5 in his semi-final
heat of the 120-yard high hurdles,
eclipsing the meet mark of 0:13.8
and coming wthin 0:00.3 of the
Clarence Ray, Kentucky State
sprinter, ripped off a 0:09.2 in the
100-yard dash, setting another
meet record and drawing within
0:00.1 of Bobby Hayes' world
Harvey Sets Mark
In the field events, Michigan's
Jack Harvey came through with
a tremendous 58' 6%/ toss to better
his own meet mark in the shot put
by eight inches. Harvey expressed
Michigan's Rugby Club, without
its prize Ohio State recruit, kicks
off its spring season today in a
game at Ohio State.
Jim Bears, 220-pound former
first-string lineman on the OSU
football team, and now starring.
with the Wolverine ruggers, broke
his nose in Tuesday's warm-up
scrimmage with Michigan State.
The ruggers will host the Cleve-
land Rugby Club next Saturday
before competing in the "Big Ten
Championships" April ; 28-29 at
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The Michigan football team will
be performing for more than just
the usual crowd of interested by-
standers this afternoon.
This last of the regular Saturday:
afternoon spring scrimmages will
be something special. High school
coaches from the entire Midwest
will be present to lend a clinic
atmosphere to the affair.
Usually Michigan Stadium is
reserved for the Maize and Blue
game. The full-blown affair that
signals the end of spring practice
is scheduled for next Saturday in
Today's scrimmage, normally
held on Ferry Field, will be staged
in the stadium.
Before the action starts, the
visiting coaches will be wined and
dined at a special luncheon.
Philo in Action ,
Then at 2 p.m. they get to see
how a college team plays football.
The purpose of the get-together
is to show the prep coaches what
the current college philosophy is
and to acquaint them with new
They will be treated to the first
full-scale scrimmage of the spring,
provided the weather co-operates.
The weather has kept outdoor
work to a frustrating minimum
this season, damping most of the
scrimmages to date.
As usual, the squad will be di-
vided into whites and blues. The
front line offense gets its initial
crack at the defensive counter-
part, and the other squads will
Former tight end Warren Sipp
gets another workout at the first
string fullback slot. Veteran Dick
Vidmer will be the top signal
The defensive squad is high-
lighted by a threeway battle for
the two top defensive end slots.
Senior Rocky Rosema vies against
juniors Jon Kramer and Tom
Dave Porter will miss the scrim-
mage due to the East-West All-
Star wrestling dual in Stillwater,
Okla. Porter, the 1966 NCAA
heavyweight'champ, will meet this
year's title-holder, Curly Culp of
Arizona State. Another Michigan
wrestler, 152 -pound national
champion Jim Kamman will also
compete in the meet.
dissatisfaction with his effort but
a sore elbow prevented him from
improving on it.
All of the new records were set
in preliminary rounds of competi-
tion, and performances in today's
finals could well surpass these.
After yesterday's action, the
Wolverines had placed men in
final rounds for four events. In
addition to Harvey, Steve Leucht-
man and Bob Thomas, who placed
sixth and eighth respectively, will
compete in the shot put.
Nelson Graham will run against
Flowers in the 120 highs after
finishing third one of the prelim
Graham also qualified for the
300-yard intermediate hurdles
with clocking of 0:38.6-0:00.2 off
the fastest qualifying time.
Thomas, in a surprise perform-
Ance, placed first in the discus
preliminary with a heave of 162'
8". His toss was two and a half
inches better than Ernst Soudek's
best of the day.
Soudek, an ex-Wolverine now
competing for the Ann Arbor
Track Club, has been the meet
discus champion for three years
and his 1965 record of 178' 9" has
not been seriously challenged.
A rumor spread quickly after
Flower's record hurdle perform-
ance that he had pulled a ligament
and would not be able to compete
today. He personally denied the
report, however, and. asserted that
he had no intention of withdraw-
ing from the race.
CHAMPAIGN (/P)--Former Illi-
nois assistant basketball coach
Howie Braun told a joint commit-
tee of the Illinois state legislature
yesterday that Big Ten Commis-
sioner Bill Reed was behind the
penalties handed down in the re-
cent slush fund athletic scandal.
Braun, one of three coaches who
resignedeafter Illinois was handed
a Big Ten ultimatum to fire the
coaches or face suspension from
the conference, called Reed's
Braun was one of several wit-
nesses to appear before the com-
mittee of five senators and five
Others included Dr. David D.
Henry, president of Illinois; Leslie
A. Bryan, Illinois faculty repre-
sentative; Doug Mills, former Illi-
nois athletic director who resigned
a couple of weeks before the scan-
dal broke in mid-December; and
Steve Kuberski, one of several
athletes who were suspended for
receiving illegal aid from the $21,-
Braun said he thought that
Reed set the penalties and then
the member schools went along
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