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Saturday, May 15, 1976


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Blue netters tied for first

Michigan, Ohio State
tied after first day,

Guthrie stymied at Indy
Janet Guthrie talks to championship car builder Rolla Vollstedt in the Indianapolis pits yester-
day when it became apparent that the first woman driver to attempt Indy would not pass her
rookie test before the opening day of qualifications. Guthrie has been unable to complete the last
phase of the required driving test because of mechanical difficulties and rain.
Thinclads all set for
Special To The Daily Michigan in good shape for the Ohio State, fourth with 16; Pur-
CHAMPAIGN - John Grabow- finals. The track team did not due, fifth with eight; Iowa, sixth
ski's fifth place finish in the participate in the two other with six; and Michigan placed
10,000 meter run gave Michigan events held yesterday. seventh w i t h two. Michigan
its only two points in the first Host Illinois took first and State, Northwestern, and Min-
day of Big Ten Indoor Track and third in the discus and grab- nesota did not score in the first
Field Championship competition bed an early lead in team three events.
yesterday. totals with 25 points. Indiana Michigan and Wisconsin have
with a first in long jump and been touted as favorites for this
However, 11 Wolverines, plus a second in discus finished year's title, as defending cham-
the 440-yard relay team quali- the day in second with 19. pion Illinois has lost key per-
fied for today's events, leaving Wisconsin was third with 17; sonnet.

Special To The Daily
qualified all its doubles teams
and five of six singles players
for the semi-finals in yesterday's
opening rounds and stands tied
for first with Ohio State heading
into today's action at the Big
Ten tennis championships.
Number five singles player
Buddy Gallagher was the lone
Wolverine victim yesterday as
unseeded Daven Patten upset
him, 6-2, 6-3.
Number one singles player
Eric Friedler had a bye yes-
terday, while fourth-seeded
Freddie DeJesus - a last-
minute entry for Michigan -
won his match at number
three and plays Robert White
of Wisconsin today.
Michigan's number two play-
er, Jeff Etterbeek, won twice as
did Jim Holman at number four
and Brad Holland at number
Friedler-Etterbeek, DeJesus-
Gallagher and Holman-Holland
all advanced in doubles competi-
The tournament now appears
to be a two-team race as the
Buckeyes also qualified five of
six singles players and all three
doubles teams. Ohio State beat
Michigan in a dual meet last
Saturday, 5-4.
Wisconsin, as did the Wolver-
ines, qualified 11 members and
their 440-yard relay team, while
Illinois qualified seven and their
440-yard relay team.
Wolverine qualifiers in the
800-meter run were Dave
Furst, Andy Johnson and Dave
Williams. In the 200-meter
run, Michigan trackmen Char-
les Crouther, Jim Grace and
Doug Hennigar qualified for
today's events.
Hennigar and Arnette Chis-
holm advanced in the 100-meter
run. Chisholm and Crouther
placed i nthe 110-meter hurdle
and Jeff McLeod, posting the
fastest time in the preliminaries,
qualified for the 400-meter run.
In the preliminaries of the
440-yard relay, Michigan placed
second behind Iowa with a
:40.79. The Hawkeye quartet led
the eight qualifiers in a time of
:40.72, best in the Big Ten this
season. Wisconsin came in third
at :40.84.

Today's hottest action will
be at number one and three
doubles as the Wolverines
meet the Buckeyes. Competi-
tion continues through Sunday.
In singles, Friedler, seeded
third, will take on number one
seed Bob Amis of Minnesota.
Friedler is the only player who
beat Amis thin year.
Michigan and Ohio State
amassed 27 points each. Follow-
ing them are Wisconsin with
18, Minnesota with 14 and Michi-
gan State with 12.
Play resumes this morning at
9 a.m. with consolation matches.
Semi-finals for singles are at
1:00 p.m. and doubles semis &re
at 3 p.m. Championships are
Because of bad weather, all
of yesterday's action was in-
Michigan 27
Ohio State 27
Wisconsin 18
Minnesota 14
Michigan State 12
Illinois 10
Iowa 8
Indiana 6
Purdue 4
Northwestern 0
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Iniana, Oi t idfor
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golf lead; Mihgnfourth
Defending- champion Indiana within inches for a birdie on the second lowest 'score
a n d pre - tournament favorite par-five twelfth, sank a 14-foot Ohio State had RodI
Ohio State are tied for first after birdie putt on thirteen, and a 73 and Wayne Bartola
yesterday's opening round in the 15-footer on the par-three four- Teams send six golfer
Big Ten golf championship at teenth. course and use the
the Michigan course. "I stayed away from three- scores for the team ta
Hoosier Rob Jackson, playing putt greens," explained Jack- Purdue got a 73 f
in the last three-some, birdied son. "We have a pretty good O'Neal and 75's from J
three holes in a row on the back shot at the championship. You Tom Lernihan and D
nine on his way to a two-under have to rate Ohio State as the ray. Michigan's low s
70, the lowest score of the day. favorite, but we have a lot of Rod Pafford with a
Earlier in the day OSU was the talent-it's just a matter of Doug Davis, Tim Vat
clear leader on the strength of exposure." and captain Harvey E
Ralph Guarasci's 71, the only Tom Inskeep was Indiana's 78's.
other sub-par round.
Play resumes this morning WHY WALK FURTHER!
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with Nathan Greenbaum
Superintendent from the
Administration of tducationin Israel
Mary Ellen Riordon
President of Detroit Federation of Teachers
8 P.M. Thursday, May 20, at
Jewish Community Center
15110 W. Ten Mile-Oak, Park, Mi.
for personal interview with Dr. Greenbaum on Thurs.. Fri.,
May 20, 21 and Sun.. Mav 23, call collect 1-313-968-

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