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By ERNIE DUNBAR
It was an afternoon of record
breaking performances yester-
day, as Michigan successfully
defended its Central Collegiate
Conference indoor track cham-
pionship yesterady at the
After the 51st running of the
meet had been completed, seven
fieldhouse, three meet, and one
varsity record had been estab-
lished, along with a tied field-
house and meet record.
The Wolverines outdistanced
second place Eastern Michigan,
netting 148 points to the Hurons'
114. Penn State was third with
66. Overall, 16 teams competed
in the two-day meet.
Although it wasnt one of
the Wolverines' five Saturday
victories, Steve Elliott's one
mile performance was one of
the highlights for Michigan.
WesternMichigan's Tom Duits
led from the start of the race,
but began to fade at the begin-
ning of the final lap.
Joe Dubina of Kent State pass-
ed Duits on the first turn of
the gun lap, as Elliott remain-
- 'ed far' back in the pack.
With three quarters of a lap
left in the race, Elliott started
his sprint, but just missed nip-
Dubina's winning time of
4:02.96 established a new meet
and fieldhouse record,- with
Elliott's second place clock-
ing of 4:03.34 establishing a
new Michigan varsity record.
"I think if I would have start-
ed a little sooner I would have
won it," said a pleased Elliott.
"It was relatively easy running
for me today."
Elliott felt the time would be
his peak performance this in-
door season, yet Assistant Coach
Ron Warhurst felt otherwise.
"I think he can run another
second or two faster at the Big
Ten meet," said Warhurst.
Coach John Atwood has an-
nounced the tryout schedule
for any women interested in
playing on the Michigan wo-
men's tennis team.
Sign up for tryouts is Fri-
day, February 25 at 4:30 at
the Track and Tennis Building
with the actual tryouts occur-
ring the week of February 28
through March 2.
ord to 1:52.55 in winning the
880-yard run. Tim Thomas join-
ed Furst in the 880, placing third
with his clocking of 1:54.14.
One unexpected, surprise for
Michigan was James Henry's
fieldhou se record leap of 24'-8 "
in the long jump. The fresh-
man scored a 'victory where
Michigan coach Jack Harvey
hadn't expected one.
Greg Meyer was the work-
horse for the Wolverines in ,this
two-day meet, running the dis-
tance medley on Friday, and
coming back yesterday to lead
off the two-mile relay and tie
a meet record in the two-mile
run with an 8:50.0 performance.
"I felt pretty good," Meyer
said of his two mile. "I knew
there was something there all
"What also felt good was the
team performance. You couldn't
help but feel good. Anytime you
got tired you. just thought of
the way everyone else had been
running today and it made you
Doug Hennigar gave Michigan
fans a scare in the 300-yard
dash, where he placed fourth,
after falling at the finish and
failing to get up immediately.
"ILdon't know why, said-Hen-
nigar "but when I started to
try to lift right near the end,
my leg cramped and I lost my
balance. I decided to make a
dive for the finish and went
Hennigar, who earlier in the
day had tied the meet record
with a dash of 6.12, felt that
his performances put him in
good shape for the Big Ten
meet in two weeks.
"It's coning back, I hope,"
remarked Hennigar. "It was a
s controlled race. I didn't feel I
e was straining," he said in ref.
- erence to his 60 performance.
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Doily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
MICHIGAN SPRINTER DOUG HENNIGAR lunges fork the
finish line in the 60-yard dash in yesterday's 51st annual Cen-
tral Collegiate Conference indoor track championships. Hen-
nigar tied the CCC meet record with his time of 6.12.
"He's got confidence in him- ior from Grand Rapids turned
self now." on his speed to win at the tape
Andy Johnson raced his 1,000- in 2:10.7.
yard run in a similar style, Dave Furst returned to his
waiting until the final lap to usual controlled running styl
make his move. The lanky sen- in lowering his fieldhouse rec
WOMEN FALL, 57-48:
Hurons humble cagers
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By MIKE HALPIN
In a game that was decided att
line, Michigan's women's basketb
dropped a 57-48 contest to the Hur
In the contest at Eastern's Bowe
the Hurons also clinched the seaso
three game series between the tY
Coming back from an initial9
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also beaten the Blue cagers in the
"Fouling was a real factor here
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trouble early and was replaced by Karen Gil-
the free throw hooly.
all team (7-11) That change was to no avpil 'as Gilhooly
'ons of Eastern wound up being called for a quartet of person-
als herself. Lydia Sims and Terry Conlin, both
n Field House, starters and the only Michigan women in double
in crown in the figures, were also whistled down .four times
wo rivals. apiece.
95-63 pounding Eastern took advantage of its free throw op-
he Hurons had portunities, hitting on 15 of 23 from the line.
Can-Am Tour- Michigan hit on none of its attempts until the
second half, finishing 4 for 11.
e," said Michi- THE 11 POINT EASTERN edge in free throws
had to change decided the game.
oul trouble. It Down 28-22 at the half, Michigan rallied and
led, 40-38, with ten minutes to go. But Eastern
an players who then notched seven unanswered points and it
ith four fouls. was all over.
core, had been "Our defense really fell apart, er, weakened,
pot to starting in the fourth quarter," said a diplomatic Bor-
got into foul ders at game's end. "But they deserved to win."
Grap pilers inger
stomp Illinois State
Special to The Daily
NORMAL, Ill. - In what Cal Jenkins, Michigan's assistant
wrestling coach, referred to as a "tune-up" match, the Wol-
verine wrestlers walked away with another victory yesterday,
this one at the expense of Illinois State, 27-15.
150-pounder Mark Churella and Brad Holman (158), who
both provided superior decisions, paced the Wolverines. Also
adding to Michigan's efforts were captain Mark Johnson (177)
and Amos Goodlow (126) who contributed major decisions.
"We wrestled aggressively," noted Jenkins. "This was a
tune-up for the big one."
The big one he refers to is today's showdown between
fourth-rated Wisconsin and the fifth-ranked Wolverines. At
118'pounds the Badgers tout Pan-American champion Jim
Haines who is currently 26-1.
Wisconsin's 158-pounder Lee Kemp, the 1976 NCAA champion
carries a 27-1 record into today's match where he faces Brad
Holman had little trouble wrestling yesterday, however, when
he downed Illinois State's Gilden McClom 'in a 17-2 major de-
cision. Just before that match Mark Churella overwhelmed
John Trice of Illinois State 26-10.
Other Michigan victories came in the 118, 167, and heavy-
weight matches. The Wolverines' record now stands at 9-2.
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