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Friday, May 14, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By BILL STIEG
It's been a long time since
Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weis-
kopf played golf for Ohio State,
but once again the Buckeyes
are the team to beat in the Big
Ten.
The sharp - shooting Buck-
eyes, nowadays led by names
like Mark Balen and Ralph
Guarasck, are heavy favorites
to win the Big Ten champion-
ship starting this morning at
the Michigan Golf Course.
Play begins today at 9 a.m.
with every conference school
b u t Northwestern c o m-
peting. 36 holes will be played
tomorrow and 18 more on Sun-
day.
And though the Michigan
players know every bump on
the greens and every hill on
the fairways of their course,
they can't be expected to
make a run for the title. They
are simply outmanned.
"I think Ohio State is the
odds-on favorite to win," says
Michigan coach Bill Newcomb.
"They've won every event in
n o r t h e r n competition
that they've entered, from the
first event through the Spar-
tan Invitational last weekend."

Ohio State sent six players
here, all of them with stroke
averages of less than 78. By
comparison, Michigan's best
average is Doug Davis' 79. On-
ly two of the seven competing
Wolverines average less than
80. Averages are taken from
the five tournaments attended
by most Big Ten teams.
Each team will send six golf-
ers onto the course, and the
top five scores will be used for
the team score.
Balen, a freshman, and Gu-
arasci, a sophomore, average
73.9 and 74.3, respectively. Four
seniors make up the rest of the
squad.
"Following Ohio State," fig-
ures Newcomb, "is Indiana, the
defending Big Ten champ, but
they're not as strong as last
year - they graduated quite a
few."
All the Hoosiers average less
than 80, led by Canadian Rob
Jackson at 73. Jackson and
Balen have the lowest averages
coming into the tournament.
Indiana has won the Big Ten
three years in a row.
In no sport is the advantage
of playing at home more pro-
nounced. For that reason, Mich-
igan is considered a good

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