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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April 8, 1972

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By MIKE GLUCKSTEIN
After a rather disappointing
indoor season, the Michigan Thi
track team begins its outdoor
sojourn today against Ohio Uni-
versity. Earlier this year Ohio's BASEBALL
cross-country t e a m s q u a d TENNIS-Io
thrashed Michigan's men. This TRACK-Ob
hopefully will provide added in- LACROSSE
centive for the thinclads to L
notch their first dual meet vic- RUGBY-a
tory of the year. ing the mile r
Coach Dixon Farmer hopes the an outside cha
team will be able to accomplish pic spot. Of
several things during the out- Godfrey Murr
door portion of the season. First, tion for the
he noted that the team is 0-2 in Today's me
dual meets and that it would Todas
be nice to win one. Also, he the thinclads
hopes for good representation aspirations wi.
in the Big Ten and NCAA meets. willbnone
At the end of the path lies have more qi
the Olympics. There are several ha n ioy."
members on Michigan's team quantity.
that appear to have a chance at In the mile,
gaining a coveted spot. Although land, the win
high jumper John Mann has yet country meet,
to crack the seven foot barrier challenge fror
this year, he has cleared 7-1 in Bolster, Phil
the past, only an inch short of Pierce. Bolster
the 7-2 Farmer feels will be miler, has bee
needed to make the American Pyatt is the
team. holder in th
Other prospects include Jun- 4:05.4. Havila:
ior Greg Sphyax and Sophomore 4:08 is only
Kim Rowe, a Jamaican. Sphyax than Pierce's
has an excellent chance at mak- Haviland a
ing the trials at Eugene, Oregon, Keith Brown
but will have to work exteremely Brown was be
hard to earn a trip to Munich. Haviland in
Rowe has run well while anchor- meet, but sho

sees

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s Weekend in Sports
SATURDAY
-Eastern Michigan (2), Fisher Stadium, 1:00 p.m.
owa, here, 1:00 p.m.
hio University, outdoor track, 1:30 p.m.

Michigan's Mark Rosebaum
and George Gilcrest, who have
jumped 22-10 and 23-1 respec-
tively.
High jumper John Mann will
have an easy time of it against
Ohio basketball player Tom
MacCridy whose best mark is
6-4. Mann has already cleared
6'10" this year.
Today's meet begins with the
field events at' 1:00 and the
steeple chase kicking off the
running events at 1:30. If the
weather proves inclement, as
many events as possible will be
moved under the protective
cover of .Yost Field House.

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A Miami of Ohio
elay team and has
ance for an Olym-
course, hurdler
ay should see ac-
Jamaican team.
et is the first hill
must climb if their
ll be realized. This
too easy as in the
ach Farmer, "We
ualit'y, Ohio more
Ohio's Bill Havi-
ner of the cross-
will face a stiff
m Michigan's Bill
Pyatt, and Mike
r, normally a half-
n clocked at 4:17.
Michigan record-
is event with a
nd's best effort of
slightly quicker,
4:08-9.
also will take on
in the three mile.
eaten decisively by
the cross country
ould give the Bob-

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probably strongest in the long
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By ROGER ROSSITER
Michigan's undefeated ruggers
will be trying for their fourth
straight victory of the spring
season when they battle the
tough Miami University of Ohio
today.
The contest will be a crucial
test for Michigan since the game
will be the ruggers' last before
the Big Ten Tournament next
weekend.
"Our performance today may
very well indicate how good a
team we will have at the Big
Tens." said clubhpresident Chuck
Drukis.
Again today, the Blue team
will be trying several different
player combinations to. see
which players will be making
NHL Standings
Division Semifinals
Thursday's Results
East Division
Toronto 4, Boston 3, overtime, best-
of-7 series tied, 1-1.
New York 5, Montreal 2, New York
leads best-of-7 series, 2-0.
West Division
Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 2, Chicago
leads best-of-7 series, 2-0.
Minnesota 6, St. Louis 5, overtime,
Minnesota leads best-of-7 series, 2-0.
Last Night's Results
No games scheduled
Today's Games
East Division
New York at Montreal
Boston at Toronto
West Division
Chicago at Pittsburgh
Minnesota at St. Louis
Billboard
Unless you slept through the
whole day yesterday, it snowed.
Hence, there was no baseball
played at Ray L. Fisher Stadium
between the Wolverines and the
University of Detroit. Today's
doubleheader against Eastern
Michigan is scheduled to begin
at 1 p.m. but if the weather
continues as it is, today's action
may very well be postponed.

the Tournament trip. Michigan
has been quite fortunate at hav-
ing such a talented turnout of
ruggers.
Steve Chapman and Jeff Grill
will prop for hooker Hank Lu-
kaski. Lukaski has done a fine
job for the Blue in giving them
possession of the ball in the set
scrums.
Flint Larson and Cris Penoyar
will be providing the second
row support.
Vern Plato will be joined by
Dave Noyes at wing forward.
Noyes, one of Michigan's finest
skiers, will be making his first
Blue team start after displayng
some deadly tackling in practice
this week.
Welshman Ron Story, also
making his first Blue appear-
ance of the season, will bind
the scrum together from his
number eight post.
Cleland Child, who played a
good game last week, will be the
scrum half. Richard Thompson
will start at fly half, Terry
Larrimer at inside center, and
Dave Osborn at outside center.
Chuck Holt and Ron Smith will
be the wings while Captain Dick
Moon will stalk at fullback.
Smith has done an outstand-
ing job for the Blue at his wide
side wing position. Smith has
scored two trys in each of the.
first three games.
Michigan has been very lucky
with injuries this season. Be-
sides the usual bruises and
scrapes, none of the ruggers has
been unable to play for an ex-
tended period of time.
After the Blue game, the Gold
will also play Miami, but the
Maize team will be idle this
week.
Last week's Jock-of-the-Week
awards went to Jeff Grill for his
strong scrum play for the Blue,
Peter Guren for his defensive
showing a fullback for the Gold,
team, and Steve Brecheisen for
his hustling on the Maize squad.
The Blue game will begin at
1:30 while the Gold will take
the field at 3:00.

-Associated Press
Burrppp!
Ah, that feels good was Slammin' Samuel Snead's, J. C. Snead's
uncle, feeling after sinking a putt for a birdie on the second hole
during yesterday's Master's round at the Augusta National Gol
Club.
'McAdoo' hits two contracts;
Gay brewing on loaned blood
By The Associated Press
* CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - University of North Carolina basket-
ball Coach Dean Smith said if UNC star forward dobert McAdoo has
already signed with teams in both the American and National Basket-
ball Associations "it had to be this week" after McAdoo hired an
attorney to represent him.
McAdoo was not available for comment on the report carried in
today's Richmond Times-Dispatch, which said the 6-foot-9 McAdoo,
a junior, may have signed with both the Virginia Squires of the
ABA and an unspecified NBA team.
McAdoo, a second team All-American, was declared eligible by
the NBA for its player draft next Monday as a hardship case,
* AUGUSTA - Gay Brewer, 1967 Masters golf champion, con-
tinued to receive blood transfusions at University Hospital yesterday
for an internal bleeding problem that developed late Wednesday.
He was stricken shortly after completing practice on the eve of
the 36th Masters championship. There still was no determination of
the cause.
A member of the family reported that the bleeding had sub-
sided although it had not been completely checked and that explor-
atory tests had been delayed.
* * *
S TAIPEI - Chi Cheng, the 27-year-old sprinter from Taiwan
who has broken or tied nine world records, said yesterday she will not
compete in the Olympic Games this summer.
Her announcement was linked to continuing leg pains, and a
medical opinion that the only cure is surgery.
"I have decided not to participate in the Munich Olympic Games
no matter whether I have the operation or not," she said.
Miss Cheng, winner of 133 of 134 races, said she planned to re-
turn to the United States to discuss with her husband and coach,
Vince Reel, whether or not to have the surgery performed.
* * *
* ST. LOUIS - Former defensive tackle Luke Owens of the
St. Louis Cardinals has been awarded $40,000 in a breach of contract
suit against the team.
Owens was a member of the National Football League club for
seven years. In 1963 he won the Cardinals' Most Valuable Player
award.
The circuit court suit claimed Owens had been released by the
Cardinals because of heart tests conducted in training camp in 1956.
Owens' attorney, Marshall Friedman, contended the heart problem
had existed since 1963, and, therefore, the club had forfeited the
right to base the release on physical condition'
e SAN DIEGO - Golfer Gene Littler's professional future re-
mains in doubt even though doctors say tissue removed from the
area where a malignant tumor was found showed no trace of cancer.
The 41-year-old winner of the 1961 U.S. Open underwent a two-
hour operation Tuesday in which all the lymph gland-bearing tissue
under the left arm was removed. The malignant tumor had been taken
out March 15.
Littler said before the operation that he thought he would play
golf again but did not know whether he would be able to play again
professionally.

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