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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 12, 1977

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THINCLADS IN SPARTAN RELAYS

Blue set for stern.

By ERNIE DUNBAR
Billed all season long by Mich-
igan coaches .as "the meet that
will give us an indication of just
how good we are," Michigan's
track team heads into the 54th
annual Michigan State Relays
today at the Spartan's Jenison
Fieldhouse.
After struggling through the
first three weeks of campaign
and then posting marked im-
provements in last weekends
Western Michigan Relays, the
thinclads are looking at the

MSU relays as an opportunity
to showcase their talent.
THE MEET IS considered one;
of the finest indoor track meets
in the midwest and will provide
Michigan coach Jack Harvey a
chance to see where his '77
squad is in relation to other Big
Ten schools.
"Starting two or three weeks
ago, everybody was saying that
when Spartan relays comes
around we ought to start hav-
ing good performances," said
Harvey.

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"I think the team is looking
toward this week as a break-
through week. We're using this
meet as a tuneup and a chance
to prove ourselves," Harvey
added.
MICHIGAN will place its em-
phasis on the relay events, try-
ing to qualify a two-mile relay
team for the NCAA indoor
championships in March. Steve
Elliott, Greg Meyer, Dave
Furst, and Andy Johnson will
be shooting for the NCAA quali-
fying standard of 7:33.0. Meyer
will also compete in the three-
mile run which will be held
earlier in the day.
Coach Harvey has also stack-
ed the sprint medley relay with
Jeff McLeod, James Grace,
Doug Hennigar, and Tim Thom-
as. It was'only a year sago that
the Wolverines Iet a world rec-
ord in this same event in Jeni-
son.
Hennigar, Grace, and McLeod
will see double duty, also com-
peting in the mile relay along
with Gary Hicks.
HENNIGAR WILL join Arnett
Chisholm in the 60-yard dash
and Chisholm will also see ac-
tion in the shuttle hurdle relay
and the 70-yard high hurdles.
The Wolverines distance crewC

test
will consist of Jack Sinclair in
the two mile and Bill Donakow-
ski in the mile. Sinclair is com-
ing off an excellent 4:05.7 mile
last week and will try his hand
at the longer distance. Donakow-
ski last saw action two- weeks
ago and will be shooting for a
good race after the layoff.
In the field events, Jim Stokes
in the pole vault, James Henry
in the long jump, and Randy
Foss in the shot put will seek
to repeat their victories in last
weeks meet.
EVEN THOUGH Harvey has
placed emphasis on the MSU re-
lays, he doesn't feel his team
has prepared any differently for
the meet.
"We're not really pointing to
this meet in terms of training,"
commented Harvey. "We're
pointing towards it more in
terms of good competition and
performance.
"The older guys aren't get-
ting all that excited about this
meet since they're pointing to-
wards the scoring meets (Cen-
tral Collegiate and Big Ten
meet). Yet they realize in or-
der to be ready for the Big Ten
meet they're going to need good
performances at this meet,"
Harvey said,

I atmen host MSU
in final home meet
By BILLY NEFF
Overconfidence. It pops up every once in a while - in foot-
ball at Purdue or basketball at Northwestern, for example. Last
year the Michigan wrestling team succumbed to this feeling in
its return match at Michigan State.
The Wolverine grapplers had thumped the Spartans, 27-12 in
their first encounter. The underdog State matmen returned the
favor with a 21-18 decision over the Blue.
This year, Michigan rolled to a 27-15 triumph in East Lan-
sing. Will the Blue topple once more to overconfidence? The
Spartans visit Crisler tonight at 7:30 for a return match.
The time is ripe for an upset as the Wolverines are rid-
dled with problems. Big Ten champ Amos Goodlow (126) fell
victim to a pulled hamstring and will niiss tonight's action.
158-pounder Brad Holman will also sit out the wrestlers' last
home match, due to disciplinary reasons.
In the contest at East Lansing, Michigan lost the first four
matches. According to coach Bill Johannesen of the seventh-
ranked Wolverines, "we could easily lose the first four again."
The key matchups will be The Blue's Rich Lubell and Dennis
Brighton (134) and Karl Briggs and the Spartans' John Harring-
ton at 142.
Mark Churella recently nipped in the East-West Classic,
faces Iowa transfer Bob Pollitt, who lost by a mere point to
Iowa State's Joe Zuspann. Zuspann throttled Churella earlier in
the year, 10-2. Churella is currently hampered by a jammed
neck.
Even with Holman out at 158, the Blue should wrap up
158, 167, and 177 fairly easily. Senior George Kelley will re-
place Holman. The Wolverines have to win these matches.
Probably the biggest match in the meet will occur at 190
pounds between Michigan's much improved Harold King and the
Spartans' recently healed Shawn Whitcomb. They split last year
as King decisioned Whitcomb 14-11 early in the year. Whitcomb
turned the tables by destroying King in the return match, 14-1.
In what may be the deciding match, at heavyweight, Bob
Taylor, who "is finally in condition", will wrestle for Michigan.
FPor the unranked State matmen, John Gurka, a two-time Illinois
state champ, will be in the lineup. Johannesen is fairly sure of
avictory here.
According to Johannesen, State is an improved team with
injury problems as well. Doug Siegert and Waad.Nadhir at
158 and 167 pounds, respectively will not be wrestling for the
Spartans.

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