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The Michigan Daily-Friday, January 8, 1982-Pagel9

Diemer, Bruce to key tracksters

By SARAH SHERBER
If men's track coach Jack Harvey has a feeling of
deja vu, there is a just cause.
This year's indoor track team is almost identical to
last year's. With the exception of All-American Dan
Heikkinen, who graduated last year and Dave Hall,
who defected to the basketball team, almost all of last
year's lettermen are returning.
Brian Diemer and Mike Shea, who both received
All-American honors last year,. will be Michigan's
dominating runners for the distance and middle
distance events, respectively.
Diemer was forced to sit out during the past cross
country season due to a stress fracture, but is con-
sidered to be totally recovered.
"He wasn't in any condition to run cross country-,
but he should be ready to go now," commented Har-
vey.

Shea, who along with Shelby Johnson is co-captain
of this year's squad, is considered to be a potential
Big Ten champion.
"He's had a very good fall," said Harvey. "He ran
a 4:06 (for the mile) in the intra-squad, which was his
best time ever. We look for big things from him this
year."
Former Trinidad Olympian Andrew Bruce and
football standout Butch Woolfolk should be the
leading sprinters for Michigan.
Bruce captured the Big Ten title for both the 55
meters and 300 meter runs last year.
Harvey is also expecting two transfer students,
Chip Chevillet and David Woolley, to be the dominant
factors in the pole vault event.
Michigan will be in contention for winning the Big
Ten championship this year. Last year, they finished
a close second to Illinois in the indoor meet and won

the title during the outdoor season.
"It's hard to tell how we're going to do," admitted
Harvey. "We really haven't seen anybody they've
(Big Ten schools) recruited."
Along with Illinois, Harvey feels that Indiana and
Wisconsin will be contenders in the Big Ten.
"Wisconsin will be a dominant factor in the distan-
ces," noted Harvey taking into account the Badgers
freshly coveted Big Ten title in cross country.
The thinclads will open their season tonight when a
partial squad competes in the East Tennessee In-
vitational.
The Wolverines primarily compete in Invitationals
and Relays. Their only dual meet .will be against
Michigan State on February 9.
"We run pretty much the same schedule each
year," said Harvey. "The fact we run in big meets is
good, we get the competition that way."

THIS BUD'S FOR YOU
By BUDDY MOOREHOUSE
Disappointment in '81
... Higher hopes for '82
IT'S FINALLY over. The up and down year in sports which saw the
baseball season halted in mid-summer while the owners and ownees
bickered, the boys of Bo Schembechler lose three Big Ten games when they
were expected to win it all but come back to pound UCLA in the'consolation
Rose Bowl, and Sugar Ray Leonard bopped everyone in sight to establish
himself as boxing's best.
So with 1981 gone and the new year in its place, it's time to look ahead. This
year,, I'm hoping that:
The Michigan basketball team wins another game.
The Michigan basketball team has enough players on its roster to win
another game.
Michigan offensive tackle Bubba Paris gets drafted by the Los Angeles
Rams so he could team up with current L.A. tackle Doug France. Think of all
the fun that sportswriters would have with a Paris-France tackle com-
bination.
I never have to spell or pronounce the names of Michigan State punter Ralf
Mojsiejenko or University of Houston center Akeem Abdul Olajuwon. Give
me Steve Smith everytime.
Michigan students start going to seer
some of this school's "other" teams play.
You know, like the swimming, gym-
nastics, or women's basketball team. If
you like to see winners, consider
this-the Wolverine women hoopsters
have a 9-2 record, while the Wolverine
men are 1-8. And it only costs a buck to
see the women play.
- A6 investigation is held to find out
whether Schembechler and Pope John
Paul II are really the same person, or if
they just look alike by coincidence. Pope John Paul H
The fans in Crisler Arena stop booing and
and start cheering Michigan's
cheerleaders. Where else in the country Bo Schembechler
does the home crowd boo the home
cheerleaders?
Whatever bowl game the Wolverines
end up in after next season isn't televised
by the Mizlou network. That's the net-
work which covered the Bluebonnet Bowl
and featured cameramen that followed
the tailback on every fake handoff while
the quarterback was busy throwing to
someone off the screen.
Big Ed Muransky changes his mind
and stays at Michigan next year instead
of going to the National Football League. Not only will the Blue gridders
miss his 6-7, 275-Pound presence on the field next year, but the local spor-
tswriters will miss him as well. Where else will the writers get such great
quotes as "We tattooed him a couple times" and "I'd rather just stay at
Number Nine for a while and kick some ass?"
Don Canham doesn't paint the numbers closer together on the benches at
Michigan Stadium to increase the capacity. As it is now, it's a necessity to go
on a diet for a month before the season starts if you have any hopes of fitting
in your seat.
The Daily Libels don't go winless in IM sports again this year.
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