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Wednesday, May 28, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

racksters break wire on
Potter's Gu *d
season; Orr seeks Hubbard
By AL HIRAPSKY is preparing for the U. S. Track Ohio, expect the 6-7 high school-
Michigan's thinclads wound and Field Federation (USTFF) er to make a decision some
ip their season he last Satur championships in Wichita, Kan- time next week.
day by placing a distant sixth san next weekend. McGuire will Hubbard, named the most
inteCnrlCleit o- run the three or six mile, de- valuable player in every post e
in the Central Collegiate Con- pending on the condition of the -3ubl pye n vr ps
ference track meet with 33 trackngndnthefcilitis t season all star game he par- 7 Q. m.-3 p.
points, track and the facilities ticipated in this year, including
Penn State completely stole The w oune 5-6-7, the Cleveland Classic, has al- 201 HILL ST.
the show by finishing first in in the NCAA meet at Provo ready visited Iowa, Ohio State,
seven events and second in UtahIowa State, Southern California, ANN ARBOR MICH
three others for 198 points. Penn State's 440 yard re- and Michigan. This weekend he -
Eastern Michigan was the Nit- travels to Pittsburgh.
tany Lions' closest rival out of lay team set anew Ferry
tany Lins' ,,ses r iv a Field record by racing to a Johnny Orr and staff, who -[----L--- ~--
nfield nf 13 teams. posting a H.b-..-

aJ 111 a LC1 , vaal
final tally of 80.
Harry Groves, Penn State's
head coach said, "We scored
in every event except the quar-
ter mile; you can't ask for
mauch more than that. It was
a team victory and that's the
way it should be."
Andy Johnson with a sec-
and nlace in the 880 yard run
and Doug Gibbs with a third
slace in the high jump, were
hish finishers for the Wolver-
ines. Johnson ran a 1:50.0.
half a second off of EMU's
Stan Vinson, and Gibbs
sprung 61-0.
Jim Stokes managed to place
third in the pole vault at 16'
hut the rest of Michigan's plac-
ers were further back in the
rowd.
Dave Williams ran fourth in
he 440 with a time of 47.6, Jim
towe ended his career as a
Wolverine with a 22.4 clocking
for sixth in the 220 and John
Cross turned in a 14:41.0 in the
hree mile run for a sixth place
finish.
Michigan standout Mike Mc-
(hire did not participate as he
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40.6 clocking, breaking the
old mark of 40.8 set by Mich-
igan in 1972. Nittany Lion
Knut Hieltnes was named the
Nicholson Trophy winner as
the meet's outstanding per-
former. Hieltnes sent the
discus 182'3/" to win that
event.
Hubbard being
wooed by many
T h e Michigan basketball
coaches, who are actively seek-
ing the services of standout
Phil Hubbard from Canton,

have had their eyes on nu -
bard since he was a junior,
will make a final recruiting
effort when assistant Bill
Frieder visits him today and
Richard Carter talks'with him
on Friday.
Frieder said that Hubbard is
intimately familiar with Michi-
gan's athletic program and
that he rates Michigan as being
"high on his list."
"I compare him to Campy
Russell," Frieder said. "He's
that type of player. He'll be a
factor wherever he goes to
school."

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