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Sunday, November 14, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page N i-ne.

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Bjorklund
FIRE UP TO PUT OUT OHIO STATE!
BANNER CONTEST Wolverines
for
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. VP) - Bjorklund,
O hio State W eekendGarry Bjorklund thought he heard the NCAA c
footsteps and took off to win his 22 at Knoxvil
Decoateyourdor hose aart entthird straight Big Ten cross coun- F. 0. Watson's
Decorate your dorm, house, apartment . try championship yesterday while Minnesota in
can participate Michigan State, with Gene Wash- Washington.
Anyone pington providing some inspiration, er for the Mi
won its second straight team title. the National i
JUDGING DURING THE AFTERNOON OF FRI., NOV. 19TH Michigan finished a surprising former Big Ter
third with freshman Keith Brown for Michigan
Register your banner at the UAC Offices in the Union the first Wolverine across the fin- the Spartans
ish line. Brown finished eighth f:_
in the time of 30:43.

ISU net titles,
rise to third

who advances to
hampionships Nov.
le, Tenn., matched
s string of titles for
[913, 1914 and 1915.
star wide receiv-
nnesota Vikings of
Football League and
n hurdles champion
State,emingled with
before the starting

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Bjorklund, the Minnesota jun-
ior, darted into the lead after
600 yards and finished the easy,
winner with a time of 29:20.81
over the six-mile University Golf
Course.
Rich Gross of Illinois was sec-
ond with 30:01 although Bjork-
lund, running hard for the first
time in three weeks because of
back and hip injuries, thought it
was a closer race.
"I thought he was closing in
on me," said Bjorklund, the sec-
ond cross country runner in Big
Ten history to win three straight
titles. "I probably did more look-
ing back today than I have in any
other race in my life.
"I'm just happy to finish. I
haven't run hard for three weeks
and had trouble getting the full
lift of my left knee. I wasn't able
to extend myself without pain."

Nicliaus1
shoots 63
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.
(P)-Jack Nicklaus fired a fantas-
tic, nine-under-par 63, a course rec-
ord on the long and difficult east
course at the PGA National Golf '
Club, in the third round of the '
World Cup golf tournament yester-'
day.
He posted a 54 hole total of 200,3
16 under par as he swept past sec-
ond round individual leader Gary
Player of South Africa. Player,
Jack's house guest, could manage
only a 71 and was in second place
with * a 207total, seven offthe
pace.
Nicklaus and partner Lee Tre-
vino, heavily favored in this an-
nual event which drew two-man
teams from 46 nations, had a lead-
ing team total of 415, 17 under par.
Trevino, troubled with his put-
ting, had a 71 for 215.
"It was just one of those put-
ting r o u n d s," the 31-year-old
strongman shrugged after his rec-
ord effort on the east course, a
demanding 7,096 yard layout, at
the PGA National Golf Club.
cam pe,
pro shol

gun and helped Coach James Gib-
bard cheer his team during the
race.
Ken Popejoy gave the Spartans
a fourth place with 30:25, Randy
Kilpatrick was fifth with 30:30,
Dave Dieters 13th at 31:09 and
Robin Cool 14th at 31:14.
Michigan State finished with a
team low of 74, Indiana had 82
and Michigan 92. The Hoosiers
captured 10th, 11th and 12th
places but lost out despite beating
Michigan State in a dual meet.
"They've beat us two years in
a row in the dual meets," said
Gibbard, "but we've won the
championship. "We had four men
in the top 15 and that was it."
Bjorklund, a native of Twig,
Minn., missed the 1970 NCAA
championships because of an ap-
pendectomy, and said he would
not be able to tell until later this
week what effect his injuries
would have on his performance
this year.

Gross doesn't think
should have to worry.

Bjorklund

"The rest might have done him
some good," said Gross. "I didn't
think he would shoot off as fast
as he did. He's tough-no doubt
about it."

--sociatea rres
GARRY BJORKLUND of Minnesota leads other Big Ten runners
on his way to his third straight conference cross-country cham-
pionship with a record time of 29:20.8. Michigan State edged
Indiana for the team title with Michigan placing third.

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RANGERS STREAK
Red 'Wings shoot Flyers,6-
By The Associated Press with his 420th career goal with 45 ers unbeaten string to 13 games-
DETROIT - The inspired De- seconds gone in the final period. third longest in club history. New
troit Red Wings exploded for three Al Karlender and Red Berenson York last lost a game exactly a
third period goals yesterday after- added scores in the final five month ago and since then have
noon to throttle the Philadelphia minutes of play to insure the vic- won 10 and tied 3.
Flyers 6-3 in National Hockey tory. Rod Gilbert connected for his
League action.
Aleeag ecio rkeSimon Nolet of the Flyers regis- 13th goal of the season and sev-
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the season. Bobby Clarke account- opening period when New * York
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his second of the game. Abe Mc- Dave Balon made it 3-0 w I t h
Donald and Arnie Brown also the only goal of the second period
scored for the Red Wings. and then rookie defenseman Ab
Demarco scored in the opening
NEW YORK - The streaking minutes of the final period for the
New York Rangers got goals from Rangers.
five different players and defeat- The Sabres came back with
es- ed the Buffalo Sabres 5-2 in a goals less than two minutes apart
yems- National Hockey League g a m e by Gil Perreault and rookie Rick
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door The victory extended the Rang- of the season.

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