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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdoy, May 23, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 23, 1972

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READY7 FOR BIG TENS:
Trackmen trip Purdue

By DAN BORUS
Michigan tracksters set their
sights high and wide for She
Big Ten Championships in Chain-
paign, tllinois thi. weekend af-
ter slaping their counterparts
from Purdue by a 8(-69 scare
in a dual meet last Saturday.
With fine performances by
Steve Adams in the abet put and
discus and Godfrey Murray in
the 120 high hurdles, the Wol-
verines put together one of their
best dual meet showings of the
outdoor track season. Coach Dix-
on Farmer feels the team is in
fine form which be would like
to see continue to tbis weekend.
Pusdue came into the meet
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solid favorites. The Boilermaker
thinclads possessed an 8-1 dual
meet record and, by their own
admsission, one of the finest
Boilermakler track squads to
emerge from West Lafayette in
years.
The turn in the meet caine in
the 440 relay. The Michigan
quartet of Gene Brown. Mel
Reeves, Greg Syphax, sod Slur-
ray, rose to new heights, regaiin-
ing their old form with a rpark-
ling :40.8 time.%
The Boilermaker sqtiad was
disqualified as the resuilt rif an
illegal .baton 'pass.
The mark set by the relay
team broke the Ferry F i e 1 d
record by :00.3 seconds. The
old record was established us
1954.
Immediately after the record
breaking performance, Michi-
gan's niiddle distance men want
to work, captsiring the I i :r at
three positions in the 660. Eric
Champan lead the field with a
1:20.7 time. Wolverine chances
were shetled by the absence of
Purdue's scee. Jim Patrick. Cihap-

man grabbed the lead from the
inception at the race and beat
back every challenger to h i a
su~premacy, regardless of which
teams the challenger represented.
Adams shot put of 59-10%
smattered the Ferry Field record
of 57-9. Although the husky
sophomore has been beaten by
Colin Anderson of Minnesota, be
will certainly be a force to be
reckoned with in Champaign this
weekend.
Kim Rowe's performance in
the 440. won with a :47.4 tinie,
added to the sleav of Ferry fields
records (four) that fell victim
to the inspired trackmsen of Mich-
igan. Greg Syphanx blazred in
second.
After the sweeps of the (60.
Michigan supremacy was coves
in doubt. The Wolverines swept
to impressive victories, :a n d
second place finishes. hemng
blanked only in the triple jumps.
Coming off two dual rn eet
victories by alimoatIdentical
scores. Coach Farmer is almnost
"too optimistic~ abouit t ha
teas chances at Chainpsign.

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