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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 18, 1973

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Attention Sophomores!
Are You Considering a Major in Political Science?
if so, then we urge you to attend a concentrators'
meeting
Mon., Feb. 19thb-7:30 P.M--UGLI Multipurpose Rm.
The info. provided could be helpful in reaching
your decision .
P.S. Don't Forget: POLI SCI COFFEE HOUR with
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(Paid for by the Undergraduate Political Science Association)

By JEFF CHOWN
Take the defending Big Ten
indoor track championship team
and put them against a team
that finished a dismal fifth, and
who should win? Michigan State,
the team that put it all to-
gether in '72, right? Wrong.
Michigan's v a s t l y improved
thinclads displayed something
they've lacked in recent years,
team depth, and shocked the
MSU Spartans 74-57 in a dual
meet in Yost Field House yester-
day.
State had the stars, Marshall
Dill won the 60 and 300 yard
dashes, Del Gregory won the
long and triple jumps, and Bob
Cassleman won the 600-yard run
and anchored the winning mile
relay. The Spartans even had
eight first places to Michigan's
seven.
But Michigan had the team
depth,, taking no lower than
second place in any event. Prob-
ably the keys to the meet were
1the high jump, where the Wol-
verines swept the Spartans, anJ
the 440-yard dash, shot put, and
880-yard run where State could

only mpster third place finishes
to Michigan's 1-2 placings.
Probably Michigan's outstand-
ing individual effort was in the
shot-put where Steve Adams
cracked the 60 foot barrier .with
a 60-7 toss. Adams, who was
coming off a disappointing loss
to Colin Anderson of Minnesota
commented, "I was mad about
my performance last week and
was determined to throw 60 feet
this week, so I'm pretty happy
about it." Adams was backed up
by Mike Lantry's 59-91 second
place toss.
The big crowd pleaser, how-
ever, was Bill Bolster's stunning
finish in the 880-yard run. Bol-
ster seems to be developing a
trademark for exciting finishes
as his performance mirrored al-
most exactly his efforts in the
Penn State dual meet two weeks
ago. The lanky Irishman finish-
ed second in the mile in both
meets and came back with a
come-from-behind win in the 880
in both meets.
With about 150 yards to go
and in fourth place, Bolster sud-
denly turned it on and made up
at least ten yards, on the leader,
Bob Mills, for a victory in the
last few strides. Bolster later
explained: "It was really amaz-
ing. I think the mile just warms
me up. It must be psychological,
because on the last lap I just
explode. I hear the crowd yell-
ing and I just know I can make
up the lead."
Michigan won two other dis-
tance events. Eric Chapman,
again brought down his time in
the 1000 yard run winning in
2:10.7 fairly easily.Rick Schott
galloped out to an early lead in
the two mile and held it all the
way to defeat Ken Popejoy of
State in an 8:52.8 clocking.
Schott, whose time ranks him
third in the Big Ten at the mo-
ment,later said: "If I have some
guys to run with I think I can
bring it down more. I'd like to

ihock
quglifv for the NCAA Champion-
ships held at Cobo Hall."
Kim Rowe, the defending Big
Ten qu~arter-mile champion, con-
tinued his winning ways, bring-
ing home the 440 yard dash in
48.6, j'st ahead of teammate
Greg Syphax. However, in the
only really disappointing race of
the night Rowe was unable to
hold off MSU's Bob Cassleman
in the mile relay, as the Wolver-
ines lost the event by one-tenth
of a second.
Casselman, who anchored in
47.2, later noted, "We get it
together against Michigan be-
cause they've really got a tough
team. I have a hell of a lot of
respect for Kim (Rowe), he's
really a competitor."
Godfrey Murray remained un-
defeated in the high-hurdles
coasting home in 8.5. Murray
later finished a step behind Mar-
shall Dill for a second place
finish in the 60-yard dash.
Coach Dixon Farmer later re-
marked, "I'm going out and cele-
brating. I'm very happy about
Farmers fall
MILE RUN-
Ken Popejoy (MSU), 4:10.0
440-DASH-
Kim Rowe (M), 48.6
70 YD. HIGH HURDLES-
Godfrey Murray (M), 8.5
1000 YD. RUN-
Eric Chapman (M), 2:10.7.
60 YD. DASH-
Marshall Dill (MSU), 6.3.
600 YD. RUN-
Bob Cassleman (MSU), 1:12.7.
'300 YD. DASH-
Marshall Dill (MSU), 30.7
880 YD. RUN-
Bill Bolster (M), 1:56.4.
2 MILE RUN-
Rick Schott (M), 8:52.8.
MILE RELAY-
MSU (Holt, Murphy, Nance, Cassie
man), 3:15.6.
SHOT PUT-
Steve Adams (M), 60-7.
HIGH JUMP-
Mike Nowacki (M), 6-8.
LONG JUMP-
Del Gregory (MSU), 23-8%.
POLE VAULT-
Tom Wilson (MSU), 14-6.
TRIPLE JUIP-
Del Gregory (MSU), 49-0.

State
the meet .except that the mile
relay was disappointing. We had
some good performances espe-
cially from Bill Bolster and Steve
I Adams."

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