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August 25, 1964 - Image 103

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Michigan Finishes Second to Wis


By MICHAEL RUTKOXVSKI jpion Cliff Nuttall came in second I
Michigan's showings this year as he lost his crown to Tom Dak-1
in the Big Ten Indoor and Out- in of Wisconsin. Sophomore Bob
door Track and Field Champion- Densham made it one-two fori
ships were similar to the show- Michigan in the high jump as heI
ings they made last year-only placed right behind teammate
M better. Ammerman. In the 300-yard dash
At the indoor conference meet Mac Hunter finished second to
at Columbus in March the Wol- Mel Blanheim of Illinois. The
j verines :put on a spectacular mile relay team also came through
show as they defeated the strong with a second place as Purdue
Wisconsin team which had been running in a different heat had a
favored. time which was faster by .1
Michigan brought home five in- second.
dividual champions as they over - Sophomore John Rowser came
powered the second place Badgers, Ithrough with a spectacular leap
67,48. of 23'11" in the broad jump for
The individual winners for the; a valuable second place. This leap
Wolverines were : captain , Roger fby Rowser was the best of his
Schmitt in the shot put with a career.
heave of 55912"; Des Ryan in Third places were earned by
the one mile run with a time of jDave Hayes in the mile, Ken Burn-
4:14.4; Kent Bernard in the star- ley in the 60-yard dash, Cecil
studded 660-yard run with a Norde in the half mile, and Chris
clocking of 1:10.4; Ted Kelly in Murray in the two mile.
the half mile with a time of ;Ernie Soudek in the shot, Dorr
1:53.5, and Al Ammerman with Casto in the 1000-yard run, and
a surprise win in the high jump Roy Woodton in the high hurdles
with a leap of' 6'6". all finished in fourth place in
Besides these firsts Michigan jtheir respective events, while
also got four seconds, four thirds'Yr3 Dorie Reid was fifth in the 60-
three fourths, and one fifth. yaddash.
Seconds IBetter Than '63
Defending high hurdles chain- This fine showing was an im-
it k fin
hepdteWlerine tof a seon plc iihbhidWsosn
Kel Fa :13a epce pteotorcont ac
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provement over last year when
the Wolverines tied for first with
Iowa with 43 points while Wis-
consin was close behind with 40
In May at Evanston Michigan
was unable to capture the match-
ing outdoor title in spite of some
brilliant individual performances
as they were plagued with injuries
and bad luck.
A bleeding ulcer took defending
high hurdle champion Nuttall out
of the finals and the wind bother.
ed left-handed discus thrower
Soudek as Wisconsin achieved
some measure of revenge for their
loss indoors with a stunning 64-52
The injury to Nuttall paved the,
way for a. Badger slam in the-
hurdles and gave them an easy 12

points to Michigan's none. This
in the opinion of many observers
was the difference-in the meet as
the Wisconsin final margin was
an identical 12' points.
Soudek finished second to right-
handed Don Henderson of Wis-
consin as the best heave he could
get into the wind was 164'41/2".
This was almost a foot less than
the winning toss of 165'3/" by
Five Firsts
Although the Wolverines were
beaten for the conference crown,
they managed. to win four indi-
vidual firsts plus the mile relay.
Leading the way for Michigan
were Bernard with a remarkable
:46.1 in the 440-yard dash, Sch-
mitt with a repeat win in the shot
and a put of 53'113/", Kelly with

a 1:51.3
Chris Mi
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3 in t h afmladvrtefnl150 yards to gainsve firsts including two, Yost the Wolveri 6vs iiye" back with
urray with a19 :15.9 inthe his victory. 2FelHose ecr s;two meetrc treIistNuti ws4isti
two mile run. In the high . ui i. ihigan oft,'ad a tis of another "nt O-e 70yai h «Si'n,~mtt W ,
ictorious mile relay team failed to win even though nrip ne record.,f st in tt st t, fd the "niw
>d of Dave Romain, Dan jumped higher thai either Den- '4gh""°3irnReeor ' iElay tean~tas.fi~t:. :'
George Wade, and .Ber- shae and Ammerman. They Welro , Den? 1M ted with formrWst- In two othr im eBets Mich~
;oke the Big Ten. record of 'awarded second and third esec ern Michgan :stp Jin Ol, hat Ianapturie 1 i s 1#i' e en
,et by Iowa in 1963. The 'tively though because of '6r~ater at 614% in th high 'jump. "hi" ix~eahox the n te.te,.:t
6n quartet. turned in .a misses than Conelus Miller of 'mark was a dew ,world' indor tem to opsided,; ns. - 'mss
s Bernard ran a tremend- Indiana. They all duiped 6'" record on a -~fr track. The mile scored g$ points ,com ared tQ .
6 anchor leg. ThieWolverines got four"ther relay teaMt' of tohlhainBob °Jafe f r dian ,n ' lf tr# ~ a
trd also ran a :46.0 in -thirds as Fred Lambet iiikhe..disv Ja, Hnter and ernard °r ia tinilarrnend theez~
nig for the finals. This time cuA, Ryan in trig mille Cato in the 'the other feldc huse. recor4d w It : deek scores "i'V0p~its 'Q ect' n
fatest time in the. world. ;half mile, and Bill Vfrb S i the' 3:38.5 iocktn. The meet ecod $pace OhiQUJiesi s2.
year. shot all made creditable 'showngs which was tiedWas. in the distance .,.Benar Breas Becordw
*Murray First in their respective 'evenits. 'The lnedle'ytreay/'n~. mthe +fl #', p } fea~"
y's showing in the two only other place winner f~k,.Michz. Other. firsts, 'were woi by strt ted the Yost I1'Ie1 4o se . 1e
s one of the standout per-, igan" was Rowser in.; the broad tall"nsthe: 65 'yrd _hgh,; 'fd. Il the 600 with , 1 12 In. the a
es of the' meet. Although Jump. 'Beneit in~ the to mie, SchmItt ltatter meets ie . hrl the, i+
tle chance of winning, he In the opening home indoor in' the ghibt, 'and by the shutte huse rCOi44.for th, 40. kith 4a
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