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By STAN KUKLA
Dave Raimey "is as good as
anybody in the Big Ten - both
in the sprints and the lows - and
if (Paul) Warfield (OSU) is in-
eligible then he's the best broad
jumper, too," according to Mich-
igan Coach Don Canham.
He led a senior-junior team to
a 74-57 victory over the freshman-
sophomore team last night in the
track team's first indoor showing
of the season..
A graduate team composed of
Big Ten pole-vault record-holder
Rod Denhart and John Gregg, who
once finished second to Tom Rob-
inson in the indoor 60-yd. dash,
got eight points.
Aims for Pros
Raimey is hoping to play pro-
fessional football -- he was draft-
ed in the ninth round by the
Cleveland Browns -- and this
means that his track career has
come to a blazing end.
If he is signed, Raimey will have
to undergo surgery to correct de-
fects of both shoulders before he
can play football.
During the past collegiate sea-
son Raimey had to wear a harness
around his shoulders. The trouble
has been diagnosed as bone chips,
which cause his shoulders to "pop-
Top Fihter
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Conimiltted
THospital
FAIRFIELD, Calif. (JP) - Men-
tally-ill heavyweight fighter Ed-
die Machen was committed to a
state hospital yesterday as an
"acute schizophrenic" in need of
treatment and dangerous to him-
self and others.
The commitment was ordered at
a 20-minute Superior Court hear-
ing and was for an indefinite per-
iod-"until his mental well-being
is restored."
Machen, who has gone berserk
on at least two occasions since he
was confined to Napa State Hos-
pital last week, was not present at
the hearing.

out." The surgery will be per-
formed to remove these chips and
correct the condition.
Raimey will have one shoulder
operated on in January and the
other in early spring - ruling out
any indoor or outdoor track.'
Canham Eyes Chances
Canham, commenting on Mich-
igan's chances in the indoor meet,
laid the facts right on the line.
"With Raimey, we could win it-
I'd bet my shirt on it," he exhort-
ed. Then his face fell ever so
slightly. "Without him-I really
don't know."
Last night Raimey turned in
two fine races, edging Gregg by a
half-step to win the 60-yd. dash
in :06.4, good enough to win in
most Big Ten meets.
Later in the evening, he re-
turned to win the 65-yd. low
hurdles going away, with a highly
respectable time of :07.5. Cliff
Nuttall, who finished second,
crossed the finish line about three
feet behind Raimey.
Highlights of Meet
"What were the highlights of
the evening?" Assistant Coach El-
mer Swanson asked rhetorically.
"I'd have to say the 600, the 60,
the half mile, the shot put and the
mile."
As far as excitement went, the
600-yd. run was the most thrill-
ing event of the evening. Dave
Romain held the lead for most of
the race. Then, on the back-
stretch of the last lap, Kent Ber-
nard*kicked into a short lead,
picked up a few feet coming
around the final curve, kicked
again coming out of the curve, and
finished the race two and a half
yds. in front of Romain. His time
was a near-record 1:12.2.
880 Same Story
The 880-yd. run was practical-
ly the same race as the 600, ex-
cept that the characters were dif-
ferent.
Sophomore Dan Hughes was
leading going into the back
stretch. Team captain Charlie
Aquino, who was laying back let-
ting Hughes set the pace, kicked
and went up high in the final turn,
coming out of it a step ahead of
Hughes.
Aquino held the lead - maybe
increasing it by a step or so -
and broke the tape ahe'ad of

Hughes. The time was a very re-
spectable 1:55.7.
The shot put - the first event
of the evening - was featured as
a good-natured grudge match be-
tween sophomore George Puce and
juniors Ernst Soudek and Roger
Schmitt.
The trio threw four times apiece
to determine the order for the
final three throws. Soudek's best
throw was his third of the night
when he heaved the 16-lb. shot1
52' 9%".
Schmitt fouled twice in the first
four throws, but one of his good
throws travelled 52' 10". Puce's
best preliminary t h r o w was
52' 11%".
In the final round, Soudek
couldn't better his best shot of
the preliminaries and took that

distance as his final mark. He out the race, took over when By DAE vGOO
finished third. After the match Sampson seemed to tire. By DAVE GOOD
Soudek said, "I should've drunk Ryan turned in a very fast final C o a c h Dave Strack's jaw
a glass of milk, instead of that lap and finished the eight-lapper
juice I gess."in 417., dropped yesterday when he found
juice, I guess." in 4:17.0. out the size of the front line San
Schmitt finished second with a The final event of the evening hh
toss of 53' 1". Puce, who had a was a mile relay featuring each Jose State will be throwing
practice toss of 55' 4", won the of the four classes - freshman, against his basketball team to-
event with a heave of 54' 4". sophomore, junior, and senior. night at 8 p.m. in Yost Field
Putters Tops Ever The sophomores fought off the
Canham was full of praise forchallenge of the junior team to House.
his shot putters. "They're as good take the event in a time of 3:25.7. Bill Buntin, Tom Cole and John
a group as anybody's ever had in While the juniors and sophomores Harris will be giving away an aver-
the Big Ten," he exulted. were fighting it out for first and age of 20 lbs. a man to their coun-
"They're all potential 55-footers. second, the freshmen and seniors, terparts on the California team,
George (Puce) might sometime hit several yards back, were battling so Strack thinks he may try some-
over 60' - maybe even this year." for the third spot. thing he's been toying with all
The first running event of the The sophomore team was com- year.
evening was the mile run. Junior posed of Tom Sweeney (who "We might start a bigger guard
Jay Sampson led for two-thirds placed second in the broad jump), to combat their size advantage, but
of the race until sophomore Des Sam Dyke (second in the 300-yd. it's something we're not sure of
Ryan, running steadily through- dash), Hughes, and Bernarh. yet," he explained.
Pomey To Start?
Presumably, Strack could go
with 6'4" sophomore George Po-
mey in place of 5'10" junior Doug
Herner - sacrificing speed for re-
~ bounding.
- Strack has been working with
various combinations of eight men,
however, and there is also a pos-
sibility of inserting 6'5" sophomore
-s..Larry Tregoning, who plays either
.forward or guard, or pulling 5'11"
junior Bob Cantrell.
"We'll start somebody, though,"
Strack emphasized.
Strack's only information on
San Jose came on a phone report
of Monday night's 90-64 loss to
eighth-ranked Illinois, which
"blew them out of the gym in the
first 15 minutes."
Big and Tough
He got the word that San Jose is
a "beefy club with some real tough
kids."
He didn't find out how beefy un-
til yesterday, however.
The Spartans -- and their nick-
name itself is formidable enough-
will probably be starting Harry Ed-
wards (6'8", 240 lbs.) at center
and Bill Robertson (6'6", 220 lbs.)

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and Dennis Bates (6'4", 210 lbs.)
at forwards.
The guards are Bill Yonge (61'",
185 lbs.) and Alan Janscsi (5'10",
1150 lbs.).
Robertson is reportedly the
Spartans' most dangerous threat.
He averaged 10.3 points a game
last year as the team's second-
leading scorer and finished second
in rebounding to Bates.
Big Centers Clash
Edwards, a "big, tough board
man," is a discus-thrower on San
Jose's perennially strong track
team and promises to be physical-
ly the strongest man yet to chal-
lenge Buntin, the Wolverines' 6'?",
232-lb. sophomore center.
As a team, the Spartans utilize
a controlled "California-type" of-
fense and a tight man-to-man de-
fense. The guards use a three-
quarter court press.
Last year San Jose had a spec-
tacular season, forfeiting 11 games
for using an ineligible player and
winding up 0-12 in the West Coast
Conference and 2-22 over-all.
This year Coach Stu Inman has
been anticipating better things.
His team opened strong, win-
ning its first three games, but
since then no one east of the Rock-
ies has heard from them until
1Monday night's loss to Illinois.

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Merry,-Christmas
and a Happy New Year
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-Daily-James Keson
TAKE A GOOD LOOK-Senior football halfback Dave Raimey went out for track last night and was
an impressive winner in both the 60-yd. dash and 65-yd. low hurdles. Here Raimey (second from left)
is about to break the tape in the lows, edging Cliff Nuttall (left), Joe Mason and Rich Thelwell. Raim-
ey is quitting track to have his shoulders operated on soon.

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throws by Gene Shue with seven
seconds left gave the New York
Knicks a 103-102 victory over the
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The Central AAU's registration
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The Knicks, who trailed by 13
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The victory ended a three-game
Knick losing streak and trimmed
Cincinnati's lead over New York
for third place in the East to 61
games.'

The Zephyrs, winners of their
last three games, have a 12-22
record while the Pistons, losers
of their last four, are fourth with
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Chicago rallied in the second
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John Cox, high for the Zephyrs
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-Daily-James Keson
A MATTER OF INCHES-Rod Denhart sails over the bar on his
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Raimey Bows Out in Blaze

Juniors-Seniors 74, Freshmen 57,
Graduates 8.
MILE RUN: 1) Ryan, so.; 2) Samp-
son, Jr.; 3) Neahusan, Jr. Time-
4:17.0.
SHOT PUT: 1) Puce, so.; 2)
Schmitt, Jr.; 3) Soudek, jr. Distance
--54'4".
440-YD. DASH: 1) Malone, Jr.; 2)
Reese, sr.; 3) Holmberg, so. Time-
:52.0.
65-YD. HIGH HURDLES: 1) Thel-
well, sr.; 2) Woodton, fr.; 3) Kohns,
Jr. Time-:08.3.
1,000-YD. RUN: 1) Casto, Jr.; 2)
MacDougald, so.; 3) Lewitz, fr. Time
2:17.3.

60-YD. DASH: 1) Raimey, sr.; 2)
Gregg, grad.; 3) Brown, fr. Time-
:06.4.
600-YD. RUN: 1) Bernard, so.; 2)
Romain, Jr.; 3) Jarema, fr. Time-
1:12,2.
300-YD. DASH: 1) Day, sr.; 2)
Dyke, so.; 3) Burson, fr. and Bone,
fr. (tie). Time- :33.7.
880-YD. RUN: 1) Aquino, sr.; 2)
Hughes, so.; 3) Kelly, Jr. Time --
1:55.7.
BROAD JUMP: 1) Densham, fr.;
2) Sweeney, so.; 3) Niles, sr. Dis-
tance-22'6".
1-MILERUN: 1) Murray, Jr.; 2)
Austin, Jr.; 3) Karvelis, fr. Time-

6:50.4.
65-YD. LOW HURDLES: 1) Rain-
ey, sr.; 2) Nuttall, jr.; 3) Mason, jr.
Time-:07.5.
POLE VAULT: 1) Denhart, grad.;
2) Overton,,sr.; 3) Kanamare, fr.
Height-14'4"1.
HIGH JUMP-1) Densham (only
entrant). Height6'4".
MILE RELAY: 1) Sophomores
(Sweeney, Dyke, Hughes, Bernard);
2) Juniors; 3) Seniors. Time-3:25.7.

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