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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, March 2, 1982-Page 11

Club Sports Roundup
CROSS CO UNTR Y SKIING
With no more collegiate races on their schedule, three Michigan Club
skiers decided to trek up to the Great White North for the Charlevoix Win-
dmill Farms Cross Country Ski Race. Marc Gallin, Mike Muha, and Samuel
James certainly knew the easiest Way to go as they each placed in the races.
In the two-kilometer event Muha finished fourth overall and second in his
age group with teammate James trailing right behind him in fifth place.
James also finished second in his age group. Meanwhile Marc Gallin, who
was competing in the five-kilometer event, was third overall and first among
his age group. Gallin's time of 18:45 put him at a six minute per mile pace.
The Charlevoix ski race was indicative of the types of races that many of
the cross country skiers have had to compete in this year. In the past the
Cross Country team has had to live in the shadows of the downhill team and
thus has had difficulty in finding sponsors for races.
"We're not as big as alpine around here," said Gallin. "We don't have
many collegiate races so we compete in citizens' races such as the one in
Charlevoix which is just for ourselves."

DOWNHILL SKIING
For the Michigan downhill racers the season came to a disappointing close
as they finished fifth in the National Qualifiers. Only the top two teams in the
meet, which consisted of teams from Indiana and Iowa, went on to the
nationals.
Despite the disappointing finish, the rest of the season was a success for
the Blue racers. In their Wednesday night series at Alpine, Michigan
finished first beating out teams from Michigan State, Oakland, Akron, and
Bowling Green.
VOLLE YBALL
During the week before Spring break, the volleyball team was busy
playing and winning. The week started off in fine fashion as it shut out
Toledo, 3-0, on Thursday. On Saturday, Earlham College was the next victim
as Michigan won, 3-2, before a home crowd. The week concluded with a tour-
nament on Sunday at Walled Lake High School, The tourney didn't go as well
as the team had hoped as it lost in the semi-finals to an Ann Arbor squad
made up of graduate students and other Ann Arbor residents.
The spikers go back into action this week as they travel to Ohio to play
Miami on Saturday.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of Michigan
club sports during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sports writer Randy Berger.

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By SARAH SHERBER
Although it was a close race, the
Michigan men's track team suc-
cessfully defended its Central
Collegiate Indoor Championship, at
Wisconsin, on February 19-20, by com-
piling 100 / points to second place
Southern Illinois' 98. Wisconsin came
in third place with 97.
"We thought it would be pretty close
we were kind of surprised by Wiscon-
sin," said Michigan coach Jack Har-
vey.
VINCE BEAN and Derek Harper,
who had been dominating the long jump
event in recent meets, again finished
first and second. It was the first time
this season, however, that Bean was
able to outjump Harper as his first
place jump of 24'101/2" topped Harper's
leap by two inches.
One week later, at the Wolverine In-
vitational in Ann Arbor, the duo again
finished one-two with Bean jumping
25'3 ", and Harper going 24'1/4".
Bean's jump qualified him for the
NCAA track meet to be held March 12-
13 at the Pontiac Silverdome.
Brian Diemer also qualified for the
meet by winning the mile run with a
time of 4:04.15. He later doubled by
winning the two mile run and was
named Outstanding Athlete of the Cen-
tral Collegiate meet.
MIKE SHEA'S second place finish in
the 1000-yard run was also fast enough
to earn him an invitation to the National
meet, as he crossed the tape with a time
of 2:09.81.
During the Wolverine Invitatiothal
Andrew Bruce set a new field house and
school record for the 300-yard dash
winning the event with a time of 30.21.
The Wolverine's next meet will be the
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Big Ten Championships this weekend at
Indiana.
Netters have bad break
For mostestudents, spring break
began on February 19, but for the
Michigan men's tennis team that
date marked thestart of the first on-
nual Seminole Invitational. The three
day tournament pitted Michigan again-
st Florida State, -Auburn, and Miami
(Fla.).
The results of the first day of play
posted Michigan over Florida State, 7-2,
and Miami over Auburn, 7-2. On the
second day Michigan went down in
defeat to Auburn, 7-2, while Miami beat
Florida State, 7-2. The final day saw
Michigan fall again by a score of 7-2
against Miami while Auburn defeated
Florida State, 5-4.
Michigan's Michael Leach did not
fare as well as usual-he won only one
of his three singles matches. Mark
Mees came out a little better winning
two of his three singles matches in the
second position. Leach and Mees
teamed up to play position doubles and
posted two wins out of their three mat-
ches.
The Wolverine netters are presently
in Texas competing in the Corpus
Christi Team tournament which began
yesterday. -TAM BENTLEY
Tankers triumph
The Michigan men's swim team
completed its regular season schedule
on" February 20 as the Wolverines
trounced Michigan State by a score of
72-41.
Leading the tankers to their fifth dual
meet victory against one defeat was
Fernando Canales whose time in the 200-
yard freestyle qualified him for the
NCAA championships. Strong perfor-
mances were also turned in by diver
Ron Merriott, who remained un-
defeated for his career in dual meets,
and Mark Noetzel, who achieved a
season best in the 50-yard freestyle.
"We've swam pretty consistently all
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times were pretty good."
The tankers are now looking forward
to the Big Ten championships which
begin Thursday in Iowa CityE
-MIKE McGRAW
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leading Minnesota to a pair of victories
and a first-place tie in the conference
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Mitchell, a 6-5 senior from West
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61-50 victory at Michigan and 21 points
including the winning free throws in the
third overtime of a 57-55 triumph at
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