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BIG TEN TRACK:
Statistics Favor State, Iowa
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12 Noon to 2 P.M.
By BUD WILKINSON
if you're planning to make a bet
on the outcome of the Big Ten
Outdoor Track and Field Cham-
pionships this weekend in Bloom-
ington, it looks as if the smart
money will be on Michigan State
and Iowa, with Michigan and Wis-
consin being picked third and
Michigan State has a prepon-
derance of returning titlists and
point-getters from last year's
meet, and Iowa has the best set
of pre-meet performances in this
year's outdoor season.
Either way you dope it out, the
Wolverines should be near the top.
Michigan places second behind
the Spartans in point scorers re-
turning from last year's meet and
fourth behind Iowa, Michigan
State and Wisconsin in the top
State Returns Strong
The Spartans are far out in
front on the basis of returning
point-getters. State has trackmen
returning who scored 55 out of the
winning Spartan total of 56 points
last year - only one fifth place
finisher having graduated.
Included in this list are four
performers who won five indivi-
dual championships last year -
Jim Garrett in the 220-yard dash
and the broad jump, Keith Coates
in the mile in which he set the
record at 4:08.2, Gene Washington
in the 120-yard high hurdles and
Mike Bowers in the high jump.
Five for Garrett
Garrett has so far won five in-
dividual titles and finished second
twice in three years of conference
track competition. He has won the
indoor broad jump championship
three times and the outdoor title
East year, after placing second in
his sophomore year. His other fin-
ishes last year outdoors were a
first in the 220- and second in the
Washington has accounted for
four titles in his three years. Be-
sides his outdoor win last year he
won the 1965 indoor 70-yard low
hurdles in record time and won
both the 70-yard high and low
hurdles this year, taking the highs
in record time.
Michigan returns two champ-
ions from last year-Dore Reid
in the 100-yard dash and George
Canamare, who set the league pole
vault record of 15' 9-".
25 Out of 43
The Wolverines return a total
of 25 points from their 43 point
second-place finish a year ago.
Iowa, which will be relying on
sophomore strength, will have 24
points returning and one champ-
ion plus the members of the win-
ning mile relay team of last year.
Hawkeye Jon Reimer set an
NCAA record last year in winning
the 330-yard intermediate hurdles
in :36.1. This race has been leng-
thened to 440 yards this year, and
he has the best mark so far at
Wisconsin, which returns 21
points from its 37 of last year, has
one returning- champion in Barney
Peterson in the 880-yard run.
The final returning
champion from last year
western's Jim Harris in
Tournament of Champions
Besides these returning champ-
ions from last year's outdoor meet,
15 more athletes will be partici-
pating who won outdoor-titles two
years ago or indoor crowns during
the past three years. Included in
these are Wolverines Jack Harvey
and Jim Mercer.
Harvey set a record of 58' 31/4"
in the shot put and Mercer won
the 1000-yard run, both in this
year's indoor meet.
If you prefer to predict the
meet's results from this year's top
outdoor performances rather than
on past meet results, place your
money on Iowa.
Figuring the meet's results on
the basis of best performance to
date would place Iowa on top of
the heap with 56 5/12 points, Mi-
chigan State with 40 points, Wis-
consin with 381/3 and Michigan
fourth with 35 5/12.
Five Top Marks
On this same basis Iowa could
win five titles and set three meet
records. Dennis Kohl in the 220,
Mike Mondane in both the 440 and
the 660 (he may compete in only
one), Larry Wieczorek in the mile,
Reimer in the 440-yard intermedi-
ate hurdles, and the mile relay
team all have turned in the best
league marks of this season in
Wieczorek, a sophomore who
won the indoor mile, equalled the
all-time undergraduate mark on
May 7 with a clocking of 4:06.9.
In the 440-yard hurdles, a new
event this year, Reimer has the
best time with a :52.2.
The Hawkeye mile relay team
has also surpassed the meet record
with a 3:09.5 heat performance at
the Drake Relays.
Michigan State cindermen also
have the best times in five events:
John Spain in the 880, Dick Shar-
key in the two mile, Washington
in the high hurdles, Garrett in
the broad jump and Bowers in the
Spain just became eligible this
quarter, and in his first race turn-
ed in a time of 1:49.1-2.7 seconds
under the meet record.
Two Michigan athletes have the
top performances in the weights.
Harvey has bettered the meet rec-
ord with a heave of 58' 71/2", and
Bob Donnelly has the best discus
throw-a toss of 168' 7".
The Wolverines also will bring
depth to the weight events. Steve
Leuchtman has the third best
shot put of the season in the con-
ference at 55' 2", and Bob Thomas
has the next best discus mark be-
hind Donnelly with a throw of
162' 7 4".
Another Wolverine who has
posted a mark good for second in
pre-meet standings is George
Canamare, whose pole vault mark
of 15' 51/2" is a half inch short of
Badger Wes Schmidt's top mark.
Two Tough Jumpers
In the high jump Rick Hunt is
1/8" behind Bowers of State with a
jump of 6' 7/8". Michigan's Bob
Densham is in a four-way tie for
fifth with a jump of 6' 4".
Other Wolverines whose marks
are in the top five in the Big Ten
are Alex McDonald whose 1:18.6
clocking is good for second place
in the 660, Bob Gerometta with a
fifth place time of :48.8 in the
440, and Woodie Fox and Roy
Woodton, whose mark of :14.5 puts
them in a six-way tie for fifth in
the 120-yard high hurdles.
Michigan's mile relay team of
McDonald, Gerometta, Marion Ho-
ey and Cecil Norde has run the
mile in a combined time of 3:12.5
-a mark good for third behind
Iowa and Wisconsin.
On Friday finals will be held in
the long jump and discus. Trials
in the running events up through
the 880-yard run and including
the two hurdle events will also
take place. The remaining finals
will be held Saturday afternoon.
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In order for the Michigan base-
ball team to win the Big Ten
championship after dropping two
games last weekend,. the Wolver-
ines will need three victories over
Michigan State, a lot of luck (for
those of you who believe in that
sort of thing), and bad weather
The Wolverines are currently in
third place in the standings with
an 8-2 record. In front are Ohio
State with a 5-0 mark and Min-
nesota at 9-1-1.
Ohio State, with one game
against Minnesota and a double-
header with Iowa left on its
schedule, appears to have the best
chance for the title, but the cloud
formations over Columbus this
weekend could decide the cham-
So far the Buckeyes have had
seven out of 12 of their confer-
ence games cancelled by rain this
season including all three games
last weekend. If they do not play
at least half of their 15-game
schedule-in other words all of
the remaining three games-they
will be ineligible for the cham-
Michigan's three games are all
with arch-rival State-the first
Friday at East Lansing and a twin
bill here on Saturday sarting at
If the Wolverines sweep all
three games and if Minnesota,
Ohio State, and the weather all
cooperate, the diamondmen could
still take all the marbles.
If Minnesota loses one of its
BIG TEN STANDINGS
last three contests - the single
game at Ohio State or either half
of the doubleheader at Indiana-
and Michigan wins all three of its
games, the Wolverines would fin-
ish with an .846 percentage to the
Now if the above should happen
and if Ohio State should have one
game cancelled or lose two, Mich-
igan would be home free.
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Houston 18 12 .600
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Cincinnati 13 15 .464
New York 11 13 .458
Atlanta 15 19 .441
St Louis 12 16 .429
Chicago 6 20 .231
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Iowa 4 6
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Illinois 3 6
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