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DA I LY CLASS IF I E DS
BRING QUICK RESULTS
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By MARCIA MERKER
the sentiment Michigan coach
Dixon Farmer holds for his '73
cross-country squad. The harriers:
have an opportunity today to im-
prove their reputation and times by;
contending with undoubtedly the
finest teams in the Midwest at the
Notre Dame Invitational.
The Michigan harriers appear-
ed Big Ten title bound in Sep-
tember. Farmer used nothing
but superlatives to describe his
young runners then but now he's
dissatisfied with their progress.
No single harrier has run con-
sistently in the four previous
meets. Jon Cross has been unable
COMPETE AT NOTR E DAME
to put together two good meets in
a row. His teammate, Greg Meyer,
took over the races in which Cross
Bill Bolster is far from reaching
his potential so far this season. He
does not appear particularly con-
cerned with his digression because
the championships won't come up
for three to four weeks. Farmer
The, meet today is a preview
of the Big Ten Championship on
November 3. Indiana, defending
cross-country champion, and Wis-
consin are on hand to challenge
the Michigan squad. Last season,
Michigan placed second to Indi-
ana in the Big Ten
From the thirty-odd teams that
Notre Dame is hosting, Eastern,
Bowling Green, and Southern Illi-
nois standout as top contenders.
Bowling Green and Easern finished
1-2 at the '72 Notre Dame Invita-
tional. Since there were over 300
competitors last year, the meet is
divided into two flights. The top
seven in each squad compete in
the invitational and the next best
seven members from each squad
romp in the open.
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Daily Photo by KAREN KASMAUSKI
THE MICHIGAN harriers travel to South Bend to face a stiff
challenge in the Notre Dame Invitational. Keith Brown (shown
here leading the pack in a 1972 meet with Minnesota) will not run
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