nP Eeh '
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, March 1, 1977
Re laye rs
By ERNIE DUNBAR
For most track coaches in the
country, trying to qualify one
two-mile relay team for the
NCAA indoor championships is
a chore in itself.
But Michigan's coaches are in
the fortunate position of produc-'
ing two teams that could run in
the NCAA meet, if entry regula-
.tions didn't keep the limit to one
team per school.
THE WOLVERINES' bundle
of talented half-milers combined
t place two teams below the;
NCAA qualifying standard of
7:33.0, in last Saturday's Wol-
Jim Baumgartner, Greg Mey-
er, Steve Elliott, and Andy
Johnson raced to a 7:29.9 clock-
ing, ranking them fifth in the,
Following in second place was
the team of Dave Furst, Tim
Thomas, Geg Thomas and Ken
AFTER the meet, the ques-
tion persisted as to why the
sudden streak of success? Mich-
igan had been trying all sea-
son long to qualify a two-mile
relay team, and then managed
two qualifying teams in one
"We had in the back of our
minds that we wanted to
fy," said Michigan track
Jack Harvey. "But we kn
could probably run wellE
to qualify withoutrtaperin
pletely off in our trainir
we will this week for t
ASSISTANT coach Ror
hurst echoed Harvey's
mients. "It was a normal
ing off in training, bu
weren't peaked," Warhur
miented. "They didn't:
Johnson recorded the
of the eight half-miles,1
the oval in 1:51.9. He w
lowed in his relay by F
1:52.4. Baumgartner 's
and Meyer's 1:52.8.
A major absence fro
quali- "A" squad was Dave Furst,the
coach Big Ten's defending half-mile
tew we champion.
enough "DAVE SAID he didn't exact-
g com- ly know how he felt," said War-
ng like: hurst, "so I switched him to the
he Big "B"steam 10 minutes before the
race. As it turned out, Dave felt
n War- pretty good and he passed
seti- iBaumgartner with 110 yards to
t they Furst's performance was good
rst com enough for a 1:52.8 clocking and
run to combined with Tim Thomas'
1:52.9, Greg Thomas' 1:52.5 and
fastest Ken Brown's 1:54.0 for a 7:32.5
vas fol- Before the race, Warhurst had
1:52.7 reminded his teams that they
1:52.7 were passing up a chance to run
in the national championships
)m the if they failed in their final at-
tempt for qualification.
"Those guys knew that if they
wanted to run at Cobo Hall (site
ai of the NCAA meet) and get a
chance to win a national cham-
IRLS pionship, they'd have to qua-
By DAVE RENBARGER
So you're one of the many Michi-
gan basketball backers caught up in
this winter's cage whirlwind, eh?
If you harbor any plans to follow
the Wolverines on their upcoming jour-
ney along the NCAA's yellow-brick
road to that magical land of Atlanta,
the first stop will more than likely
be Bloomington, and tickets will pre-
sent no problem.
"There will be plenty of tic-
kets available for the game in
Bloomington," said Michigan's Tic-
ket Manager Al Renfrew.
The Blue cagers will play in that
game on Sunday, March 13 assuming
they hold onto the top spot in the Big
Ten. A victory over either Illinois or
Purdue this week will clinch the con-
"Tickets for that game will go on
sale Monday morning, March 7," said'
a confident Renfrew. The tickets will
be priced at $6 and $5, and Renfrew
promises that there will be no short-
"Everybody who wants a ticket
will be able to get one," with a four
ticket maximum per customer, he
said. Only 9,000 tickets have been
sold so far in Indiana's 17,357 ca-
pacity Assembly Hall.
Looking ahead to the Mideast Re-
gionals semi-finals and finals, slated
for March 17 and 19, in Lexington, the
ticket situation is bleak at best.
The games will be played in cavern-
ous Rupp Arena, which just opened
this year and boasts the largest seat-
ing capacity in the NCAA-22,828. ,
According to NCAA ticket policy,
however, each participating school
is allotted a minimum of 750 tic-
kets regardless of the size of the
"The representative at each site is
responsible for the distribution of tic-
kets," said an NCAA spokesperson
yesterday. "We just set a minimum
and the rest is up to the host school."
"Ticket for that one will be
tough," noted Renfrew. "We'll han-
dIe it just as we did last year-first
come-first serve, and one ticket
"it would be' impossible to differen-
tiate between students, faculty and
outsiders in this case," said the ticket
manager in explanation of the proce-
dure. "In the first place, there isn't
enough time, and besides, they're all
basketball fans just the same."
The tickets for the four-fame Lex-
ington series are priced at $14, good
for both the Thursday and Saturday
Meanwhile the dates for the NCAA
finals in Atlanta are March 26 and
March- 28. Each participating team
gets 1,000 tickets, and the remaining
seats in the 15,389 capacity Onmi have
been sold out for almost a year.
If the Wolverines are one of final
four, the tickets, priced at $28 and
good for four games, will be passed
out on a similar, first come, first serve
There IS a difference!!! of, 1
PREPARE FOR: ear
MCATO DATe LSATO SAT
GRE GMAT OCAT ®VAT
Our broad range of programs provides an umbrella of test
(ng know-how that enables us to offer the best preparation
avalable, no matter which course is taken. Over 38 years
of experience and success. Small classes. Voluminous
home study materials, Courses that are constantly up-
dated Permanent centers open days, eveninga & week-
ends all year Complete tape facilities for review of class
lessons and for use of supplementary materials. Make-ups
for missed lesson's at our centers.
NAT'1. MEDICAL & DENTAL BOARDS
Flexible Programs-& Hours
Write or call:
1945 PAULINE BLVD fir
ANN ARBOR 48103 N
outsie NYCa se 89n - 4 EDUCATIONAL CENTER
CALLioll Free -ULL - 4
Cen ter acCti Cesd gano, Swe "TEST PREPARATION
SPECIALISTS SINCE 1938m
CAMP SOMERSET FOR G
CAMP COBBOSSEE FOR B
N FEALUTIF tL. MAINF
Top salary. accommodations and bene-
fts to experienced counselors with ex-
pertise in any of the following Swim-
ming (WSP) Sailing Canoeing Water
Skiing. Scuba Diving Archery Rifelry
Tennis Golf Teamsports Fencing
Gymnastics, Crafts & Woodworking
Dramatics Tripping. Photography
Ham Radio Riding (English) Call or
write for information & application Act
now our openings fill quickly[
Milnirnum Age Required 20
CAMP OFFICE, Dept. 30
225 E. 57 St., NY;NY 10022
Haryey felt that Johnson's an-
chor leg was the most pleasant
surprise of the relay.
"I THOUGHT Andy would run
well, but running all by himself
for the last part of the race, he
really surprised me," Harvey
JOHNSON'S anchor leg se-
cured the qualification for the
Wolverines and put them in a
position of improving on last
year's second place finish.
Kentucky 14 1 .933
Tennessee 14 2 .875
Alabama 11 4 .733
Florida 9 6 .6001
Louisiana State 7 9 .4381
3 TEAMS IN TOP TEN:
SEC crown hotly contested
C2at C :Ht.F I 'VI NC C) %11A" K--M
~~~~~SWHY IS G~rD TIFLE
Fellow Beer Persons,
Life is full of unanswered questions such as: Is there intelligent life
elsewhere in the universe? And if so, do they wear socks?
In beer, however, there are no unanswered questions. Because there
is only one word for beer, and you know it.
Therefore, as your Dean of Beer, I suggest you research
the essential rightness of the word for yourself at your next
social function. Or even your next antisocial function.
And please note: The recommended source
material for locating the word can be- found in any
phone booth. In other words, look in the Yellow
Pages. Under "Beer:'
By BRIAN MILLER nessee (14-2) -at Knoxville. It is
Ah, spring. It's that time of a game both teams must win.
year again when a young man's Kentucky's coach, Joe B. Hall,'
thoughts turn to . . . the NCAA had more on his mind than Sat-
However, quite a few confer- "WE HAVE a game tonight
ences have some unfinished (Monday) against Mississippi
business to attend to before the State (5-10), so I don't want to
playoffs begin, such as crown- think about Tennessee yet. They
ing a champion. (the Vols) will be tough, though.
These (conference games) are
TAKE THE Southeast Confer- all tough."
ence for example. The league R a y M e a r s, Tennessee's
basketball title is now down to coach, was quite definite ;n his
a two team race between Ken- assessment of the upcoming
tucky and Tennessee. But by thet
end of the week, one of these game.
two teams will have virtually "No question about it," he
locked up the top spot. said. "We must win. We'll have,
to play like we did against Ala-
This Saturday, Kentucky, 14-1 bama and Kentucky (earlier at
in the conference, meets Ten- I Lexington) in order to win."
A career in law-
without law school.
What can you do with only a bachelor's degree?
Now there is a way to bridge the gap between an
undergraduate education and a challenging, respon-
sible career. The Lawyer's Assistant is able to do
work traditionally done by lawyers.t
Three months of intensive training canygive you
the skills-the courses are taught by lawyers. You
choose one of the seven courses offered-choose
the city in which you want to work.
Since 1970, The Institute for Paralegal Training
has placed more than 1600 graduates in law firms,
banks, and corporations in over 75 cities.
If you are a senior of high academic standing and
are interested in a career as a Lawyer's Assistant.
we'd like to meet you.
Contact your placement office for an interview with
We will visit your campus on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30
THURSDAY, MARCH 31
The Institute for
235 South 17th Street. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Operated by Para-Legal, Inc
TENNESSEE won the first
meeting between the two teams,
71-67, in overtime on Kentucky's
home court. - Mears feels his
team can also win the rematch
"if we don't let Kentucky play
their "karate' defense.
"We're a finesse team," ex-
plained Mears. "We just don't
have the brute strength Ken-
tucky has, so we have to make
them play our game."
The situation in the confer-
ence is uncertain at the mo-
* Should Kentucky beat Missis-
sippi State tonight and Tennes-
see Saturday, Kentucky would
be league champ.
® Should Tennessee beat Ken-
tucky. the Vols would win the
conference outright on the
strength of a 2-0 record against
* Should Kentucky defeat Ten-
nessee, yet both teams finish
with the same conference rec-
ord, a coin flin would determine
the league champ.
See how confusing it is?
A POSSIBILTTY exists thMa
miManien could play the SEC
winner in the NCAA Regional fi
npls at Lexington.
Neither Coach Mears not
rnah Hall knew much about
Miehigan; and both men de-
clined to discuss a Dossible
nefinv between a Big Ten and
an SEC school.
'T will tell you this, though."
anid Mears, "our league is verb
strongc. with three teams in the
MEdwest's Ln- - Selection of
Canadian and U.S.
Great Places #
216 S. 4th Ave, Ann Arbor
Join The Daily's
I - - - - .v--
Your last 2 years
can be your
first 2 years
Why wait until y o u r e out of
college to get practical manage-
ment training? Army ROTC is a
possibility for anyone having two
years of undergraduate or graduate
work remaining. And leads you to
an Army officer's commission upon
New Army o f f icers take on
instant leadership responsibility.
They have to manage people and
handle money and equipment. They
have to make more important plan-
ning decisions t h a n most young
So whet. Army ROTC students
r e e e i v e their undergraduate or
graduate degree, they enter active
or reserve duty fully prepared for
these management challenges.
If you'd like to be getting man-
agement experience after college,
while others are getting manage-
ment training, apply for the Army
ROTC 2-year program by April 1.