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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June f, 1972

PageTenTHE ICHGAN AIL Tueday Jun 6,197

,ZERO POPULATION GROWTH INC. Ann Arbor Chapter
-JUNE GENERAL MEETING-
STATE SENATOR GILBERT BURSLEY
Will speak about ways we can help assure a majority vote tor
the ABORTfON REFORM REFERENDUM in November. Hewd
also speak about current legislation of interest to ZPG.
Meeting is TUESDAY, June 6,7:30 p m.
ithe GREEN ROOM in the
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
corner of Huron & State
EVERYONE WELCOME
TRANSCENDENTAL
MEDITATION
as taught by
MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI
" NATURAL TECHNIQUE DEVELOPS FULL
CREATIVE ABILITIES -
* PROVIDES DEEP REST AND RELAXATION
* LIFE EXPANDS IN FULFILLMENT
INTRODUCTORY LECTURE
THURSDAY-JUNE 8-7 P.M.
UGLI-MULTIPURPOSE ROOM
for further info. call 761-8255

NEW STARS EMERGE
Smith cops 400. sprint,
EUGENE, Ore. t ) - John caught in its early stages, us- Williams, Larry Burton, J o e
Smith's return to health clear- wally keeps its victims in bed Lucas and Tom Woods zoomed
ed up the Olympic 400-meter for months. into the Olympic picture.
dash picture somewhat but the But Smith is no average fel- Burton may be the biggest sur-
mamn result of last weekend's low. The muscular senior was prise of the 1972 track season.
NCAA track and field champion- up within a month. He stayed on The 6-foot-2, 190-pound soph-
ships was the number of new a training routine early in the omore at Purdue had never run
names that popped up as win- year and his midseason times track before this year, yet cap-
ners, did not approach his world re- tored the 200-meter dash, sur-
Smith, UCLA's boy wonder cord for 440 yards of 44.5. viving two fast preliminary rac-
two years ago when he won the When he stepped off the Hay- es. He then captrued the final
national AAU title, was last ward Field track at the Uni- in 20.5, aided by a slight wind.
year's NCAA king before con- versity of Oregon Saturday with Lucas ran his first steeple-
tracting the weakening illness the NCAA title for a second chase race a year ago. He won
hepatitis. The disease, if not straight year, Smith said he lik- but said "my grandmother
ed the polyurethane surface could have won. It was a ter-
and the atmosphere. rible race. I had no competi-
Naked Wrench Again, Smith is favored to cop ltion."
the Olympic 400 title at Mun- But his 8:30.2 time here w a s
BICYCLE CO-OP ich because his winning time the fourth fastest ever run by an
here was 44.5 for the metric ver- American.
Tues., June 6: First Free Class: sion of the race. Williams and Woods, both
How to buy a 10-speed bike Scitl's 10 points in the 400 freshmen, won jumping events
and his 45.0 anchor leg on the in fine fashion. Southern Cal's
relay team helped UCLA pull Williams won the long jump at
8 nM. out its second straight NCAA 28-8% with a very slightly aid-
team title with 82 points. Cross- ing wind of 4.6 miles an hour.
Thur., Jane 8: Free Maintenance town rival Southern Cal h a d Woods, the Oregon State up-
Clinic-Diog e 49, Texas-El Paso 45 and Ore- set star, flopped 7-3% in the
12-3 p.m. gon, the host, 32. , high jump equal to the national
Meanwhile, names like Randy freshman mark

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