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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, Februarv 17. 19761

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IN KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS RELAYS

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Special To The Daily
The Michigan track team is
beginning to make a national.
name for itself, and things are n
getting .exciting.I
This past weekend the Wol-V
verine thinclads competed in3
the prestigious Knights of Co- t
lumbus Relays in Cleveland.
AND THE Wolverines came
away with a big victory in the 6

Fred
Weekdays from
noon to 1p.m.

university mile relay beating
Eastern power Villinova.
The Wolverine team of fresh-
man Harlan Huckleby, Jeff Mc-
Leod, Jim Grace and Dave
Williams turned the mile in
:17.3. Huckleby sprinted out to
he lead on the first leg and the
Wolverines were never headed
after that.
Dave Williams, the Big Ten
604 champion, grabbed a third
n that event at the Knights
Relays with a 1:11.1 clocking.
The Wolverine two mile relay
eam blazed to a second place
inish behind Villinova. Dave

re la e rs

Furst kicked it off with a
3reg Meyer and Steve
each clocked 1:54.5 in the
and tall AndyJohnson the
ed a 1:53.3 to finish ji
hind the Easterns.
"It's a super meet am
stop flight competition,'
Michigan track coach Jac
vey, "we made some pet
up and take notice of us
"THE TRACK is simila
one at Cobo (site of the
indoor championships) m
little faster," continue
vey, "our running there
our people how to run

to, ugh
1:55.3, boards, it's the first time we
Elliott have run on the boards this
eir legs year."
sn turn Michigan distance ace Mike
McGuire also ran at the Relays
and competed in the two-mile
d some where he finished fifth at 8:59.5.
k said One other event of interest
k Lar- involved some world class pole
ogle sit vaulters where Dan Ripley of
Pacific Coast Track Club lost to
x otethe Polish world record holder.
r to t hey battled to a height of 18-0.
NCAA
aybe a The Wolverine thinclads' next
d Har- competition will be Saturday at
taught Eastern Michigan in the Cen-
on the tral Collegiates.

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Spikiers
finish
Seeond
Michigan's men's volleyball
team travelled to Wheaton, Mli-
nois last Saturday to compete
with six other Midwest Inter-
collegiate Volleyball Association
teams, and came away with a
runnerup finish.
AFTER SWEEPING through
the r o u n d r o b i n competition
(where each team plays every
other squad once), with an un-
blemished record, the Wolver-
ines fell to Wheaton College in
the playoffs. Michigan won the
first game of the match 15-9,
b u t Wheaton recovered and
edged the Wolverines 15-10 and
15-13 for first place.
Michigan S t a t e was third,
Southern Illinois fourth, Purdue
fifth and Western Illinois last.
The Top 20
By United Press International

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IN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Netters perform well

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The University of Michigan
men's tennis team placed fifth
in the National Collegiate In-
door Tennis Tournament last
weekend in Madisonby defeating
Princeton, 5-4, in the consola-
tion round.
Earlier the Wolverines gained
a rousing victory over defend-
iing Big Eight champion, Mis-
souri, by an 8-1 score. But in,
the second round Michigan suf-
fered a heartbreaking loss at
the rackets of Southern Meth-
odist University, 5-4.
The Maize and Blue petters
then encountered Princeton in
the consolation round. The Ivy
League champions had beaten
Texas, but lost to Stanford.
All eyes watched the number
one singles match between
Michigan's Eric Friedler and
Princeton's Bill Dutton. In two

close sets, Friedler squeezed
by 7-6, 6-4, for a Michigan vic-
tory.
Jeff Etterbeek downed Bob
Fisher, 6-4, 6-3 in the number
two singles and number five
man, Brad Holland topped John
Gross, 7-6, 6-3 totgo undefeated
in the tournament.
Princeton's John Hays nipped
Jim Holman, 4-6, 7-6, 6-4 while
teammate Edwardo Gentil de-
feated Buddy Gallagher, 7-5, 6-4.
In the sixth position Mike Kush-
man turned back Ollie Owens,
6-3, 6-2.
The success of the doubles
combinations continued In this
round as Friedler and Gal-
lagher and Etterbeek and
Owens won their respective

competitions. The only doubles
loss was suffered by Holman
and Holland. Throughout the
tournament, Michigan was
victorious in 7 out of 9 doubles
matches.
SMU, Michigan's second round
opponent, was trounced by
Stanford 8-1. Stanford went on
to win the championship as
they did last year.
Coach Eisner offered many
words of encouragement and
praise for his players. He was
"very very pleased with their
performance."
With one freshman and four
sophomores, Eisner feels that
with a little more work at play-
ing as a unit, this team could
be "tremendous."

Team
1. Indiana (39)
2. Marquette
3. North Carolina (1)
4. UCLA
5. itutgers
6. Nevada-Las Vergas

7.
a.
9.
10.
11.
12
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
19.
20.'

Maryand
Washington
Tennessee
Notre Dame
MICHIGAN
Missouri
Alabama
Louisville
North Carolina St.
St. John's N.Y.
Tie: Cincinnati
San Francisco
Utah
Texas A&M

21-0
19-1
20-2
19-3
21-0
24-1
18-4
19-3
17-3
17-4
16-5
20-3
17-3
17-4
18-4
18-3
18-3
21-4
17-5
17-5

Points
338
303
3 229
1 2021
163
160E
82.
64
62
48
36
34
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idiocy, there will be a
x meeting for volunteer8
workers tonight, Tues-
2nd floor Mich. Union.
("For More Ino Call 763-1107

This Week
in Sports

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Wednesday
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL at Wayne
1.State
Thursday
WOMEN'SnSWIMMING Big Ten
Championships, 11 .am, 2:30 pm,
and 7 pm at Matt Mann Pool
Friday
Champins ips am and 7 pm
Chapioshis,11a nd7p
at Matt Mann Pool
HOCKEY vs. Wisconsin, 7:30 pm
Yost Ice Arena
WRESTLING at Toledo
GYMNASTICS at Michigan State
BOXING live coverage of the All
vs Coopman Heavyweight Title
Bout, 9 pmn channel 2
Saturday
MEN'S BASKETBALL vs. Purdue 2
pm Crisler Arena
WOMEN'S SWIMMING Big Ten
Championships 11 am, 2:30 pm
and 7 pm at Mtatt Mann Pool
INDOOR TRACK Central Collegiate
Championships at Ypsilanti
HOCKEY vs. Wisconsin, 7:30 pm
Yost Ice Arena
MEN'S SWIMMING at Ohio State
NCAA BASKETBALL Purdueaat
Michigan 2 pm and Marquette at
Louisiana 4 pm, channel 4
WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, 4:30
pm channel 7
GOLF live coverage Glen Camp-
bell Los Angeles Open, 6 pm
channel 7
PISTON, BASKETBALL: Detroit at
Buffalo, 8 pm channel 50
WOMEN'S GYMNASTS, 4 pm at
Coliseum
Hockey poll
By United Press International
HANCOCK - Michigan Tech,
the defending NCAA champion,
drew every first place vote yes-
terday to widen its lead in the
weekly 'college hockey coaches
poll.
The poll is conducted by a
Hancock radio station.
The ratings (first place votes in
parentheses) :
1. Michigan Tech (9). 23-8 99
2. Boston U. 17-3 84
3 Michigan State 17-13-1 67
4. New Hampshire 17-5 62
5. (tie) Minnesota 20-11-1 52
(tie) MICHIGAN 18-14 52
7. Brown 14-5 36
8. Cornell 13-7 24
9. St. Louis 20-12 20
10 Clarkson 15-7-1 12

IMformation,'
By TOM CAMERON and HENRY ENGLEHARDT
This is the second of a series of four articles on the two
new intramural buildings opening July 1. The buildings,
located on Murfin Road on North Campus and on Washtenaw
Road near Geddes, will give the University more indoor
intramural space than any university in the nation. Today, a
look at the finances.
The year 2005 and $16 million mean something very importair
down at the intramural department: As of now, these are theii
"lucky" numbers, for on April Fools Day, 2,005, when everyont
is celebrating the hash bash,rthe University will make their final
payment on their two new intramural buildings, which will be
30 years old.
The buildings themselves cost only $7.7 million, $6.1 million
of which was borrowed on a long term bond. To pay off the
30 year bond, that has an interest rate of 7.245 per cent, it will
cost an additional $8.6 million.
The University will pay $1.9 million of the bill, says the
Official Bonding Statement issued by the regents. This money
replaces educational space that was formerly housed in the
Women's Athletic Building which was torn down to make
space for the Central Campus building. The new building also
has 36,500 gross sq. ft. that has no definite purpose as of yet.
"This space was purchased because the bid was so favor-
able," said Jack Weidenbach, Director of Physical Properties.
This bargain space is suitable for offices and labs.
This still leaves $6.1 million, plus interest, to be paid for.
Any guesses on who will be picking up the tab? If you cried out
"pinball machines" you blew it. If however,, you said "students'
tuition" you win. Starting last semester and continuing until that
semester in 2005, $10 out of each student's tuition will go to the
new buildings. Once the buildings open $7 of the $10 will go
toward the paying of the mortgage, and $3 will go to maintenance
and upkeep of the buildings. This $3 will be joined by money
from a $30 faculty and staff annual user fee, and General Funds
gift money.
The Central Campus building budget is $4.8 million. This is
$1.9 million more than the budget for the smaller North Campus
building. However the "North Campus building has nothing other
than recreation space," says Weidenbach. These budgets pay
for construction, professional fees, contingency, site work and
include furnishings and equipment.

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T HE UNIVERSITY
r1% ACTIVITIES CENTER (U A C)}
is seeking qualified people to fill
Senior Office positions for 1976-1977
" President
0 Coordinating Vice-President
e Public Relations Vice-President
* Chief Financial Officer

When the next July 1 rolls
around the buildings will open,
but it will be 29 years and $16
million later til they are paid
for. What will go on inside
these buildings that will give
Michigan intramural and club
sports more space than any
other college in the country?
More on that next week.
The Santa Anita Derby for 3
year-olds will be run March 29.
Pete Oosterhuis of England,
who turned pro in 1968, quali-
fied last November for the 1975
PGA golf -our.
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