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Saturday, May 22, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cinder fellas shine in own meet

By SANDI GENIS
In preparation for next week-
end's Big Ten outdoor t r a c k
championships at Iowa City, the
Wolverine thinclads got in a bit
of last minute top-flight com-
petition yesterday afternoon as
they hosted the annual Michi-
' gan Invitational Open Meet at
windswept Ferry Field.
Participants in the meet in-
cluded members of the Univer-
sity of Chicago Track Club and
the local Ann Arbor Track Club,
which has among its members a
number of former Michigan
* stars.
While the AATC generally
dominated the action, the Wol-
verines, many of whom are re-
turning to action after injuries,
Sports stars
to take plea to
North Vietnam
WASHINGTON W) - A group
of American athletes wants to go
1 to Hanoi to find out how the
North Vietnamese are treating
U.S. prisoners of war and to dis-
cuss their release.
The athletes also would like
to improve the exchange of let-
ters between the POWs and their
families.
W Don Schollander, former Olym-
pic swimmer, said the group
hopes to succeed xhere others
have failed by sending a letter
torPham Van Dong, prime minis-
ter of North Vietnam, seeking
permission to visit Hanoi.
Also attending the news con-
ference yesterday were Brooks
Robinson of the Baltimore Ori-
oles and John Unitas of the Bal-
timore Colts.
"I'm concerned atout these
men," said Robinson, "first as
a human being and then as an
American. I want 'to help them
,i as much as I can '
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managed to come up with a
number of fine performances.
In the sprints and the hur-
dIes Michigan picked up a cou-
ple of firsts as Gene Brown and
Mel Reeves both streaked to vic-
tories in hte 100 yard dash and
the 120 yard high hurdles, re-
spectively.
However, while Reeves w as
coasting to his win, the Wol-
verines received a blow to their
Big Ten hopes as ace hurdler
Godfrey Murray, running with
a pulled muscle, pulled up short.
In the field events the Michi-
gan squad copped another two
firsts as Steve Rosen, with the
best jump of his career, a leap
of 44-3, captured the premier
slot in the triple jump. Fresh-
man George Gilchrest and Mark
Rosenbaum swept the long jump.
The final first for the Wol-
verines came in the 440 yard re-
lay as the team of Reggie John-
son, Gene Brown, Mark Rosen-
baum and Mel Reeves turned in
a 44.0 run to easily outdistance
the Chicago team.

Shotputter S t e v e Adams,
quartermiler Lorenzo Montgom-
ery, intermediate hurdler Reg-
gie Johnson and two miler Phil
Pyatt all copped seconds in their
events.
One former Wolverine star,
Kent Bernard, of t h e AATC,
had a field day, posting two in-
dividual wins in the 440 yard
dash and 220 yard dash. He also
anchored the Ann Arbor club's
mile relay team to a first place
finish, outbattling the Wolver-
ines Lorenzo Montgomery in
the final leg. Bernard's time in
the 440 was a fine 48.0, while
in the 220 he posted a 21.8.
Mike Bowers, among the best
high jumpers in the nation and
a consistent seven foot leaper,
bested his old Ferry Field rec-
ord of 7-0 with a 7-1 jump.
Unfortunately, Bowers, who
showed up late, had little com-
petition, as the expected match-
up between him and the Wol-
verines' seven foot jumper John
Mann failed to come off.

Team Batting
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONA. LEAGUE
ab r b hr rbi pet. ab r h hr rbi pet.
Minnesota 1335 169 362 23 154 .271 St. Louis 1316 166 360 23 160 .274
Boston 1158 169 303 33 158 .262 New York 1250 145 337 25 133 .270
Chicago 1154 119 300 23 111 .260 Pittsburgh 1309 165 348 31 155 .266
Oakland 1386 188 345 37 172 .249 Los Angeles 1346 157 356 20 151 .264
Kansas C. 1267 142 315 18 137 .249 S Francisco 1385 184 360 44 173 .260
New York 1160 128 284 19 122 .245 Atlanta 1362 152 353 45 141 .259
Detroit 1275 152 311 38 136 .244 Cincinnati 1277 124 317 32 116 .248
taltimore 1156 148 282 26 139 .244 Chicago 1257 152 311 35 148 .247
California 1352 133 300 26 124 .222 Montreal 993 102 245 16 91 .247
Washington 1224 124 268 20 114 .219 san Diego 1262 122 302 31 19 .239
Cleveland 1203 114 261 23 100 .217 Houston 1305 135 312 12 123 .239
Milwaukee 1121 91 233 18 87 .208 Philadelphia 1172 103 267 27 98 .228
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