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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 1, 1973

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FOUR-WAY FIGHT IN PURDUE

Thinclads,

chase
By JEFF CHOWN
If anyone wants to make a pre-
diction on who will be the Big
Ten indoor track champion this
weekend they might as well start
flipping coins. There seems to
be no consensus among experts
as to who will take home the
laurels Saturday night in West
Lafayette.
Coach Dixon Farmer seems to
rate Michigan State, the defend-
ing champion, as the team to
beat. Coach Samuel Bell of In-
diana sees Wisconsin as the best
bet. Wisconsin coach Bill Perrin
feels Indiana has got the b e s t
squad. Michigan State's F r a n
Dittrick states outside his own
squad he would pick Wisconsin.
Finally, all agree the champion-
ship trophy could possibly be in
Ann Arbor Sunday morning.
The Hoosier's mentor, Sam Bell,
summed up the general feeling
best: "I realy feel it will be a
four team race between Wiscon-
sin, MSU, Michigan and our-
selves. The team that has the
most individuals coming up to
their potential will take it."
From that point of view Mich-
igan has a shot at the title be-
cause they definitely have the po-
tential. However, much of that
potential is yet untested as Mich-
igan has a very talented fresh-
man squad this year. As coach
KID Farmer puts it: "A lot of the
story for us will be how the
his freshmen react to pressure."
ms Leading the frosh contingent
ack is high jumper Mike Nowacki,
the currently top-ranked jumper

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in the Big Ten with a 6-11 leap.
Teammate Doug Gibs could be
right behind him as he cleared
6-10 (unofficially) last week.
Freshman Abe Butler is rank-
ed third in the triple jump and
seventh in the long jump, and
will be counted on for some
points. Terry Hart, with an out
standing performance, could
squeeze in in the pole vault.
Besides these question marks,
Michigan has some performers
who have been outstanding in
the past, and should be, counted
bn Friday and Saturday. Steve
Adams, although bothered by an
arthritic finger, is ranked num-
ber one in the shot put. How-
ever, Minnesota's , defending
champ, Colin Anderson, defeat-
ed Adams earlier this season.
Godfrey Murray is everybody's
favorite in the high-hurdles. A
high finish by teammate M e I
Reeves would greatly help t h e
cause.
With the injury of Indiana's
William Walace, the Wolverines'
Kim Rowe is a good bet in the
quarter mile. Greg Syphax and
Marshall Dill of MSU are cur-
rently ranked 1-2 for the fastest
time in the 300-yard dash, al-
though Dill is defending champ-
ion. Eric Chapman, Bill Bolster,
Rick Schott, and Al Cornwell
will all have to place in the dis-
tance races for Michigan to do
anything.
Although Michigan beat MSU in
a dual meet, and the Spartans
defeated Indiana the following
week, it doesn't necessarily fol-
low that Michigan will win ,the
big one. To do well in the Big
Ten Championships a team must
have outstanding individuals, ra-
ther than a host of people who
can take second and third in a
dual meet.
State appears to have lust that
in the personage of Marshall
Dill, Bob Cassleman, Ken Pope-
joy, Del Gregory and t h e i r

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rown
outstanding mile relay team. In
the dual meet with Michigan,
although losing, the fiesty farm-
ers managed eight first places to
Michigan's seven.
Wisconsin isn't a pushover ei-
ther. With the exception of the
mile, the Badgers have some rat-
ed at least third in every run-
ning event from the 600-yard run
on up. Glenn Herold and Dan
Kowal are ranked 1-2 in the three
mile, with Michigan's George
Khouri fourth. In the field events
Wisconsin has Patrick Onyango,
the defending champion, in the
triple jump and Jim Huff, a
6-11 high jumper.
The Badgers have defeated
Tennessee, the Southeast Coa.fer-
ence champion, in a dual meet
this year. Badgers Coach Per-
rin comments "We have strong
people who can place high in
their events on a given day.
Indiana has the power ind the
depth. If they can put it to-
gether, they can win.
The Hoosiers' chances, h o w-
ever, were severely damaged
last week as first-ranked quarter-
miler William Wallace and fourth-
ranked pole-vaulter Dixon Boug-
hman were both injured. Indiana
still has Pat Mandera, the num-
ber one ranked two-miler, a n d
strong individuals in almost
every event.
To illustrate the closeness of
the four teams, Indiana's Coach
Bell made calculations of t h e
probable finishes yesterday morn-
ing and came out with Wiscon-
sin wining the meet with Michi-
gan State three points behind,
Michigan third, six points off
first, and Indiana fourth, n in e
points off.
Coach Farmer, commenting on
Michigan's changes, concluded:
"We'll be among the top four
teams and there won't be many
points separating us. Our chanc-
es largely depend on how well
we do in the field events."

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Daily Photo by KAREN KASMAU
STEVE ADAMS, ranked number one in the shot put, displays1
release form in a meet held earlier this year against MSU. Ada
will be competing for the Wolverines in the Big Ten Indoor Tr
Championships in Purdue this weekend.

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Lacrossers migrate southward;
will oppose Florida squads

By MARK RONAN
Amid the mass of humanity mi-
grating to lands of warmer winds.
and sunnier skies within the next
few weeks may be found the Uni-
versity of Michigan Lacrosse Club,
winners for the past two years of
the Midwest Club Lacrosse Cham-
pionship.
However, unlike most Southern
travelers, the stickmen will not be
driven by the human addiction to
sun and fun. The team, along with
Coach Bob Kaman and trainer
Jim Hunt, journey to Florida for
five days to open their 1973 sea-
son with exhibition games against
the University of Miami, Florida
International University, and a
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composite Miami and FIU squad. while at Michigan State.
The regular season commences Dana Winter was named an All-
at Oberlin on March 17 and draws Midwestern defenseman while
to a close five weeks and eight serving as captain of the Ohio
games later with a home-and-home State lacrosse team. Jim Kilkow-
series against the Spartans of ski played for three years with
Michigan State, a club long domi- the Maryland Lacrosse Club and
nated by the Wolverines. was subsequently designated as an
Four players of a year ago are All-National midfielder.
lost to the team, but replacements The Club may have found addi-I
will be selected from a number of tional strength in sophomore
experienced hands. Expected to Charles Crone. Crone assists the
repeat as All-Midwest players are lacrosse team in a number of ca-1
Dick Dean and Don Holman on at- pacities, the most important of
tack and Pete Lodwick of Ann Ar- which is reserve goalie. Coach Ka-
bor on defense. man indicated "Crone is looking
The defense is headed by goal- very well in practice and may well
tender Tim Cotter of Dearborn, see much more playing time."
while Terry Cotter, Tim's bro-
ther in blood and combat, backs
nn the experienced attack of Dean, a11H ouston
Holman and Bob DiGiovannllH o s o
Michigan's midfields are mannedI
entirely by undergraduates this1S tate leads
season and are led by Captain Dan3
Lamble from Bloomfield Hills.
Several graduate students with c
considerable expertise in the skills
of lacrosse promise to lend valu-
able aid to the Club. Rick Bays
was an All-Midwest midfielder By The Associated Pres?
S Sam Houston St. (10) 24- Z16
2. Augustana, Ill 22-1 178
9.A. Uaa narr.-+;l- 92-1 i12&

Norm Cash inks Tiger pact;
Behagen tabbed week's best
By The Associated Press
" LAKELAND, Fla. - Veteran first baseman Norm Cash signed
his 1973 contract with the Detroit Tigers yesterday, receiving a report-
ed slight raise from the $75,000 he earned last year.
The 38-year-old Cash batted .259 with 22 home runs last year.
Only two Tigers remained unsigned yesterday as Detroit entered
its third day of spring training at Marchant Stadium with all but 12
players in camp.
Second baseman John Knox and outfielder Gates Brown signed
contracts Tuesday after brief sessions with General Manager Jim
Campbell. That, along with Cash's signing, left catcher Duke Sims
and pitcher Fred Scherman the only players unsigned.
" CHICAGO - RON BEHAGEN, Minnesota's rebounding and
scoring star, has been named the Big Ten basketball Player of the
Week by the Associated Press.
The 6-foot-10, 225-pound senior from New York City was a key
figure in Minnesota's drb:z over the weekend towards what could be
a second e+-aignt conference title.
isehagen scored 25 points in a 94-70 victory over Northwestern
Monday night. He really put on a show last Saturday in leading Min-
nesota to a 98-80 triumph over Michigan.
Against Michigan, Behagen scored 20 points and hauled down 16
rebounds to highlight Minnesota's brilliant display of "going to the
boards" as Coach Bill Musselman puts it.
In the Northwestern game, Behagen hit on seven of his first niae
shots as the Gophers shot a remarkable 64 per cent to grab a 47-38
halftime lead and set the stage for an easy victory.

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Dates
5/3-6/5
5/4-6/22
5/11-6/26
5/17-8/12
5/23-7/3
5/30-7/30
6/3-7/7
6/10-8/12
6/18-7/16
6/27-8/30
7/1-8/1
7/7-8/14
7/3-9/4
7/8-7/26
7/15-8/29
7/22-8/26
8/1-8/30
8/14-9/6
8/30
5/15-7/3
5/27-8/15
6/20-7/23
7/9-8/2
7/18-8/31
8/7-9/4
8/26-9/5

Routing
D/Bru/D
D/Par/D
D/Bru/Par/D
D/Bru/D
D/Bru/D
D/Ams/D
D/Bru/D
D/Bru/Por/D
D/Ams/Lon / D
D/Ams/Par/D
D/Ams/Lon/D
D/Ams/D
D/Bru/D
D/Bru/Lon/D
D/Bru/Ams/D
D/Par/D
D/Ams/Lon/D
D/Par/D
D/Ams
NY/Ams/NY
NY/Ams/
Lon/NY
NY/Ams/NY
NY/Ams/
Par/NY
NY/Par/NY
NY/Ams/NY
NY/Bru/NY

Carrier (s)
SAS
AF
SAB/AF
SAB
SAB
MAR
SAB
SAB/AF
ONA
MAR/AF
ONA
MAR
SAB
SAB/ONA
SAB/MAR
AF
ONA
AF
MAR
ONA/MAR
ONA
MAR
MAR/AF
AF
MAR
SAB

Air-
Craft
DC-8
B-707
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC- 8
DC -8
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC -8
B-707
DC-8
B-707
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
DC-8
B-707
DC-8
DC-8

Seats
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164
180
180
180
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180
180
250
180
252
180
180
1 80
180
164
252
164
180
250
252
180
180
164
180
180

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