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Sunday, April 10, 197

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BLUE TOPS W. ILLINOIS IN DOUBLE DUAL

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Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - A short-
handed Michigan track team
managed a split in yesterday's
double-dual meet, falling to
rival Illinois 81-72, while knock-
ing off Western Illinois, 102-43.
The thinclads competed with-
out the services of four valu-
able point-getters in their first
scoring outdoor meet. Half-
miler Dave Furst, miler Steve
Elliott and steeplechaser Greg
Meyer stayed home nursing mi-
nor injuries, while Andy John-
son did iot make the trip for
academic reasons.
Nonttheless, the determin-
ed Wolverine contingent stay-
ed right with the powerful
Fighting Illini in the primary'
phase of the double-dual for-
mat, hold a 55-48 lead with
four events remaining.
But the hosting Illini, led by
Charleton Ehizuelen, moved in

lois asses
front to stay with a 1-2-3 sweep Charles Crouther took the
of the triple jump competition. meter relay in 41.2. In the
Michigan coach Jack Harvey meter relay, Gary Hicks
was not phased by the loss, Jeff McLeod joined Grace
which included nine first places. Crouther for the win.
"We came down here think. Hicks' winning time of5
ing we'd be in real trouble in the 400 meter intermedi
leaving those guys at home," hurdles came as a pleas
said Harvey. "Our guys did surprise to his coach. "T
real good job." time is really excellent fo
"Those other four guys would freshman," Harvey remark
sure have helped us out on the Chisholm was another do
scoring," he added. -- -
Picking up most of the slack
for the thinclads was work- FACE BOWLIN
horse James Grace. The junior
sprinter from Detroit lead the
Wolverines, personally lending
a hand in three victories. Stiek u
In his specialty, the 400
meter dash, Grace registered
a personal best time of 47.5, Special To The Daily
and also ran on two winning B L O O M I N G T O
relays. Michigan's lacrosse club wa
The quartet of Grace, Arnett ed up for its encounteri
Chisholm, Doug Hennigar, and highly regarded Bowling Gi

thinclads

400 winner, beating the field to the
1600 tape in the 110 meter high hur-
and dles with a 14.3 clocking.
and In a substitute role, Bruce
McFee took the 3,000 meter
52.8 steeplechase in 9.14.3.
ate Michigan's field event men
ant continued to impress, sweep-
hat ing to three first places for
r a the second straight week.
ed. Doug Gibbs' 6-9 high jump,
uble Randy Foss' 53-3 shot put and

Jim Stokes' 16-3 3/4 pole
vault all topped the competi-
tion.
For the Illini, long jump
standout Ehizuelen set a new
Memorial Stadium record with
a leap of 26-6 1/4.
With the prestigious Dogwood
Relays , on the Wolverines'
schedule next weekend, Harvey
hopes to get in some practice
time outside this week.

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BEN CRENSHAW grimaces as his birdie putt slides by the hole on the seventh green
at the Masters. Crenshaw wasn't singing "Bye-Bye Birdie" all afternoon, he is tied for
the lead with Tom Watson going into today's final round.
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By The Associated Press Watson, winner of two titles and a leading
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Tom Watson, grimly $135,000 in winnings this season, shared a ,
determined to avoid the collapses that have one-shot advantage over Rik Massengale go-
tormented him in his last two starts, rammed ing into today's final round of this, the first
in a birdie putt on the final hole and tied Ben of the year's four major tournaments.
Crenshaw for the third-round lead yesterday'
in the 41st Masters golf tournament. Massengale bolted into his high position
Watson's downhill five-footer finished off with a five-under par 67 that put him at 210.
a round of 70 and gave him a three-round
total of 209, seven under par on the famed JACK NICKLAUS, who has won this pres-
Augusta National Golf Club course. tige-laden tournament a record five times,
shook off his putting woes with a 69 that
WINNER OF three American titles and the left him very much in contention at 212,r
Irish Open last year, Crenshaw had a chance tied with Jim Colbert.
to pull comfortably in front on the last three
holes but couldn't get the putts to drop. He Slump-ridden Johnny Miller revived with
burned the lip of the cup on all of them, all at69tthat left him tied with Arnold Palmer,
from about 15 feet. still the gallery favorite, at 218.
N SAV $qTHEY'RE ALL IN
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Women' golf club
base for new team
By STEVE REINGLASS
When you're trying to put a women's golf team together, you
need all the help you can get.
That's why Michigan women's Coach Tom Simon is grateful
to the Michigan women's golf club, which begins play Tuesday,
April 19 at the University Golf Coursee.
"The club isn't intended to replace the varsity team, but
rather to promote it." Simon said. "Next fall will be the first
season for the team and I have four partial scholarships to give
out."
"It has always been difficult to get women interested in
playing golf at the collegiate level," noted club director
Esther McCleery. "Our goal is to get women involved with
the University to play competitive golf in the summer."
Simon hopes the club will increase the amount of talented
women golfers interested in trying out for the newly formed
varsity team, which will begin play next fall.
Evidently, the Michigan golf club is serving this purpose.
Betsy Richards, Julie Forrester, Debbie PosnergLaura Beckett
and Mary Ironside are all members of the club intending to
play for Simon in the fall.
Kill lice without a
doctor's prescription.

by crushing Indiana 15-3 yester-
day.
Sparked by three goals and
four assists from Chris Phillips,
the Wolverines encountered lit-
tle trouble in repelling Indiana,
who is only in its third year of
lacrosse competition.
MICHIGAN head coach Bob
DiGiovanni showed no surprise
at the result. "It was a real low
key game, and it went really
well for us," he said, "we have
a superior organization to them

because they are a new team.'
"We wanted to win the
game," continued DiGiovanni,
"but we didn't want to over-ex-1
ert ourselves. We wanted to
save our energy for Bowling
Green."
IN ADDITION to the seven
points by Phillips, the Wolver-
ines were paced by Rick Bays,
Bill Kalbleisch, Darryl Balchan,
and Marty Netts with two goals
apiece. Steve Bissell contributed
one goal and six assists.
Michigan's next opponent is
Bowling Green, which is com-
ing in off a three game win-
ning streak. The Falcons own a
7-2 record and are considered
one of the powers of the mid-

west by DiGiovanni. "We fin-
ally jelled as a team," said
DiGiovanni, "we'll have to put
it all together to beat Bowling
Green."
The game will take place to-
day at 2:00 at South Ferry
Field.

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