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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 15, 1977

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MICHIGAN SHORT BY ONE
INTRODUCiNG..."
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS I te
- By ALAIN PAUZi E
MARCH 6-APRIL 2 )! By ERNIE DUNBAR by the Wolverine qgiartet of
Michigan fell a mere one Doug Hennigar, Dave Furst,
BORDERSSECOND STORY!point short of successfully de- Jeff McCloud and James
fending its indoor track title, as, Grace wasn't enough. The Illi-
, A r vIllinois nipped the Wolverines ni only needed their second
r ,*\LLL Y 58-57 in the 67th annual Big Ten I place to trounce -Michigan's
indoor track championships dreams of back-to-back titles.
ALSO EATURING held at the Track/Tennis Build- Indiana slid into third place
* ORIGINAL GRAPHICS ing March 4-5. with 47 points and Wisconsin
ERTE, ROCKWELL, DALI, I The team championship rest- racked up 30 points for fourth.
JABLONSKY, LEBADANG, COOPER, ed on the outcome of the mile Michigan State was fifth with 29
BONNEFOlT relay, as the Illini held a slight points.
* ARTPOSTERS LEDU ,54-51 lead heading into the meet "I think we had a good ef-
BARNET, CALDER, DUPRE, concluding event, fort," Michigan coach Jack
t FOLON, MIfLTON, PETERS, cnldn vn.3Hre adfloi h en
H UNDERTWASSER But even a 3:15.01 victory Harvey said following the meet.
" CUSTOM FRAME SHOP --_- - - "I just hate to lose, especially
* AND MICHIGAN'S MOST COMPREHENSIVE by one point.
ART BOOK SELECTION INTRODUCING: "I can't think of any place
E DWA R D where they (Illinois) really
B ORDE RS BOOK SH OP PROFESSIONAL surprised us," Harvey con-
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through where they had
them."
The deciding factor in the,
meet was the presence of Illi-
nois' Charlton Ehizuelen. The
senior from Nigeria won his
fourth straight Big Ten titles
in the long and triple jumps,
with leaps of 25-9 114 and 52%h
respectively. He also placed sec-
ond to Michigan State's Randy
Smith in the 60-yard dash, to
rack up 16 points for the Illini.
Michigan long jumper James
Henry was a surprise second
place finisher, as the freshmanj
soared 24-8 1/4.{
In what had been billed as
one of the most exciting
events of the meet, Illinois'
Doug Laz outvaulted Michi-
gan's Jim Stokes to establish
a new Big Ten record in the.
pole vault with a leap of
17-3/4. Stokes took second in
16-6.
The only other Big Ten re-
cord came in the mile, as Wis-
consin's Steve Lacy cruised to
a 4:01.39 victory. Michigan's
Steve Elliott finished fifth in
4:06.14.
The Wolverines counter at-
tacks to the Illini's victories
were Furst in the half-mile and
Andy Johnson in the 1000-yard
run.
Furst won his second consecu-
tive Big Ten title, but had to
fight a head cold to do it.
"I've never been so sick in
my whole life as I was these
last few days," Furst said after
winning his specialty in 1:51.93.
"I've had the worst head cold
I've ever had. As a result, I
didn't have the confidence I
MOELL

needed, but I just gave it every-
thing I had."
Johnson also had a head cold
the week prior to the Big Ten
meet, but felt his condition
didn't play a factor in winning
his race in 2:09.28.
Coach Harvey received a sur-
prise third pilace finish in the
1000 from sophomore Jim
Baumgartner.
"Furst in the half-mile got us
back into it," Harvey com-
mented in reference to the see-
saw meet. "But the 1000 with
Johnson and Baumgartner real-
ly gave us a lift."
Whatever momentum" the Wol-
verines may have picked up
after the 1000 was stopped
quickly, as Illinois Olympian
Craig Virgin ran away from the
three mile field in 13:28.19.
Michigan's Billy Donakowski
was a distant second in 13:36.61.
Besides anchoring the Wol-
verine's victorious mile relay,
Grace ran an impressive 440-
yard dash to place second in
48.6 to Illinois freshman Clif-
ton Hill.
Relay leadoff man Hennigar
combined a fourth place finish
in the 60-yard dash with his sec-
ond place clocking of 30.75 in
the 300-yard dash.
Michigan came through with
two places in the 70-yard high
hurdles. Chucky Crouther paced
the attack with his second place
time of 8.59 and Arnett Chis-
holm followed Crouther in 8.63.
Shot putter Randy Foss
cranked outathird place throw
of 55-9 1/4 and freshman Mike
Hetes turned in a fifth place
toss of 54-2.

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lighted the meet' for Michigan.
Ventura was the first Michi-
- gan gymnast since 1963 to place
- first on the pommel horse.
Other high points for the Blue
were second place finishes by;
all-arounder, Nigel Rothwell;
and ringman Scott Ponto, and a
third place by high bar special-
ist Bob Creek.
All three qualify for the NCAA
meet in Arizona next month,
along with Ventura and Corri-
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McOG'tney tops
defense
Michigan football coach Bo
Schemibechler named Bill Mc-'
Cartney as the new defensive co-
ordinator last week replacing
Gary Moeller who departed to
be head coach at Illinois.
"I'm really excited about the
new assignment," McCartney
said. "All of our coaches on de-
fense feel there is a challenge
to keep up the fine defensive tra-
dition that has been at Michi-
gan since Bo came here."
McCartney's new post places
him in charge of the inside line-
backers while Dennis Brown
takes over the outside lineback-
ers - McCartney's previous re-
sponsibility.'
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'gaining berths in final or con-
"We wrestled super tlhe first
day," 'exclaimed Johannesen.
"Everybody thought we would
do well."
It was not to be however.
Michigan's second day effort
started out on a bad foot when
'Wolverine 158-pounder Brad
Holman famed to make weight
for the tournament. Holman
was fourth seed in his weight
class.
"I expect Holman could have
scored' 10 points, "remarked Jo-
hannesen. "Also, 1Minnesota
moved up because of it. It had
a compounding effect."
"The difference between sec-
ond and fourth was Holman not
making weight," he went on.
The results from the second
play were not the best .:her.
.The W'Av1 .eri-naes suzffered defeat
in all five consolation finals inn
which they had a berth. In the
championship finals, Michigan
won one mat-h oftwo.
Turning in that champion-
ship performance wias 150-
pounder Mark Churella. On
the way to that crown, Churel-
Ia broke the 16-year-old Big
Ten tournament record for the
fastest pin by one second. He
pinned his opponent in 29-sec-
onds.
Team captain Mark Johnson
was narrowly defeated in the
finals at 177 pounds by arch-
nemesis Chris Campbell of Iowa,
I 3-2. Of the four times these 1'i-
vals have met this year, Camp-
bell has won all the matches
except one which resulted in a
tie.
"Both Johnson and Camp-
bell had been warned for non-
activity on their feet," noted

"T HEE I 5 no question MOeI- Johannessen. "The ref was
ler was a great coach," Mc- just getting up to call stalling
Cartney said. "I hope all the (on Campbell, which would
defensive coaches together will have sent the match into over-
be able to compensate for his time) but he said he saw the
loss. By no stretch of the imag- towel coming in to signify that
ination can I do it on my awn." time was up."
McCartney, now in his fourth Other Wolverines that placed
season at Michigan takes over in the touirnament were Amos
the new position today when the Goodlow (126), Rich Lubell
Wolverines start spring practice. (134), Karl Briggs (142), Ed
-DON MacLACHLAN Neiswender (167), and Mitch
_____. _ --_-Marsicano (heavyweight). All of
them placed fourth -the cut-
*off for qualifying for the N CAA
IItournament.

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