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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AMES, Iowa (AP) - Three meet
records were shattered and a star
foreign swimmer for Long Beach
State of California wasndeclared
ineligible as the 48th National Col-
legiate Athletic Association Swim-
ming and diving championships
opened yesterday at Iowa StateI
University.
Defending champion Dave Ed-
gar of Tennessee won his 50-yard
freestyle trial in 20.3 seconds,
cracking the meet mark of 20.7
by Dave Frawley of Southern Cali-
fornia in 1969.
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Powerful John Kinsella, Indiana
freshman and 1970 Sullivan Award
winner, churned to a new national
collegiate and meet record in the
500-yard freestyle last night.
Kinsella was clocked in 4:27.39
as he bettered his own pending
national college mark of 4:31.2,
and the meet mark of 4:31.45 he
set in the afternoon trials.
Kinsella, who finished 12 yards
ahead of Jim McConica of South-
ern California, was only .26 second
off his American 500 freestyle
record of 4:27.13.
The broad - shouldered Hoosier
led from the start and steadily in-
creased his margin the rest of the
way over the Southern Cal pair of
McConica and Tom McBreen, who!
finished third.
Indiana's Gary Hall, a world
record holder, shattered the Ame-
rican 200-yard individual medley
with a 1:52.2 triumph in winning
in two yards over Frank Heckl
Hall bettered the combined'
American, national collegiate and
meet record of 1:52.6 set by Char-!
ley Hickcox of Indiana in 1968.
Hall, who holds the world record
of 4:31.0 for the 400-meter indi-!
vidual medley, led from the start
through the butterfly, backstroke,
breaststroke and freestyle legs
with Heckl gamely trying to cut
down the Hoosier's slight margin'
on each leg.
Long Beach State, hopeful of
battling at least for second placeI
behind defending championbIn-
diana, suffered a major blow
when Gunnar Larsson of Sweden!
was declared ineligible for alleged
illegal financial aid. Larsson, a
sophomore, holds the world record I'
for the 400-meter freestyle and!
200-meter individual medley. I

Special To The Daily playing on a tougher course.
MIAMI -- The University of "There's no doubt about LeJeune
Michigan golf team hung on to its being a much tougher course," he
fifth place position yesterday in said. "That's why our scores were
the second round of the Miami a little higher today. But, we ex-
Invitational Golf Tournament. The pact to do a little better tomorrow.
linksmen shot a 308 on the tough We should be able to shoot about
LeJeune Country Club to give a 300 total tomorrow. Actually, I'm
them a two-round total of 603, really quite happy about our
42 strokes behind the leaders from team's performance so far."
the University of Florida. Florida, in at 561, has a 12%
Rocky Pozza had the low round stroke lead over the second place
of the day, a 74, to move into the squad, the University of Miami.
top twenty in the four-day tour- The Gators who have been prac-
ney but yesterday's low scorer, ticing most of the winter boasted
Gary Balliet, ballooned to a 82 the low three scorers in the tour-
on the long, flat course. ney. Gary Kock was medalist with

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A MISSED BIRDIE PUTT causes Lee Trevino to grimace on the
18th hole in the first round of the National Airlines Golf Tourna-
ment in Miami yesterday. Finishing the round with a 5-under-par
67. This was not enough the take the lead as Jerry Heard stroked
a 66, one over the course record of 65.

Head golf coach, Bill New-
combe, said that he was pleased
with his team's performance yes-
terday, especially that of Pozza.
"There's no doubt in my mind,"
Newcombe said, "that right now,,
Pozzais the star golfer on this
squad."
Dan Hunter and Neil Spitalny
carded 77's in yesterday's action
while Jim Robson and John Roska
were one stroke higher at 78. Jon
Dale came in with an 81.
Newcombe admitted that the
team's higher score was caused by

139, adding a 74 to his 65 on Wed-
nesday. Andy North, who also had
a 65 Wednesday, carded a 75 at
LeJeune for a 140 total, the same
score as his teammate Mike Kil-
lian.
In the t e a m scoring, Miami
stands at 573 while third-place
is held by the University of Southp
Florida at 595. Jacksonville Uni-
versity proved to the world that
they can play another sport be-
sides basketball as they melted in-
to fourth spot at 601, a mere two
shots ahead of the Wolverines.
The Michigan linksmen will play
at LeJeune again today and re-
turn to the Biltmore Country Club
tomorrow for the final round of

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!TUSCON, Ariz - Michigan's Lonchar was hit by a pitch and
baseball team, led by the sterling Mike Rafferty followed with a
pitching of Mickey Elwood, rolled sharpusingle toright field. Sullivan
to a 3-1 victory over Weber State then unloaded his triple.
yesterday. Michigan added another run in
Elwood threw a spiffy five hitter the fourth inning as Mark Carrow
to chalk up his first victory of the belted a triple to deep centerfield
young season. Pat Sullivan, Wol- and came home on Mike Bowen's
verine first baseman, provided El- double.
wood with all the runs he needed in Elwood's bid for a shut out was
the third inning when he blasted stymied in the sixth inning as
a triple up the right-centerfield Weber State scored their only run
alley to drive in John Lonchar and of the game. s,
M~ike Rafferty..! Jeff Campbell singled to left,

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went to second on an infield hit,
and scored on shortstop Terry
Cole's single.
In all, the Michigan right hander
struck out eight and walked only
one in his seven inning stint.
John Hornyak paced the Michi-
gan's seven hit onslaught with a
triple and a double.
The diamond men were plagued
by their usual fieldingrtroubles,
as they committed threeerrors,
two by Rafferty at short and one
by Carrow at third.
The Wolverines will meet the
University of Wyoming in games
today and tomorrow.

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