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Thinclads tread into
championship meet
By DEBRA deFRANCES Although the men have some
Amidst the freezing temperatures strength among distance runners
of Ann Arbor, the men's track team Chris Brewster, Omar Davidson and
will attempt to ignite a flame of Todd Steverson, Harvey concedes
speed and talent inside the' Track that the team, on a whole, is not as
and Tennis Building tonight in the good as last year's Wolverines.
Central Collegiate Conference "WE'RE COMING on slow but
Championships. we're getting better each week,"
5 Chapionsips.said Harvey. "Right now, we're
Clearly one of the largest meets of probably in the top five of the Big
the season for the Wolverines, the Ten."
championships will also include This year's team; suffering from .
some of the toughest competition. the loss of five All-Big Ten seniors in
Among today's preliminaries and field events, lacks depth and ex-
tomorrow's finals, the field will in- perience in that department. "Our
clude eight representatives from the weakness right now is in the field,
Big Ten and five from the Mid- but (sophomore) Scott Crawford is
rAmerican Conference, as well as bu(spo reSctCawrdi
Notre Dame and Marquette. back from injuries and will be com-
peting for us in the high jump but not
COACH JACK HARVEY admits the long jump," said Harvey.
the opposition will be strong and With the NCAA Championships
thinks the battle for first place in less than one month away, none of
team competition will be between the Wolverines have yet to qualify.
Illinois and Eastern Michigan. "It takes quality. points," said
"We'll be running well," said Har- Harvey. "This is the meet that we'll
kvey. "But probably for second be trying to qualify our distance
against strong teams from Wiscon- medley team and Chris Brewster in
sin and Illinois State." the two mile run for the NCAA's."
IM SCORES

The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 15, 1985 -Page 9
'85 FRESHMAN CLASS TOPS IN THE LEAGUE

Bo sna
By MIKE REDSTONE
While Michigan State head coach1
George Perles was attracting most of
the state's top football recruits this past
winter, Bo Schembechler and the;
Michigan recruiting staff were
scouring the rest of the Eastern half of
the United States in search of their 1985
freshman class.
In fact, after the dust cleared from
Wednesday's national letter-of-intent
day, many experts cited Michigan's
recruiting class as one of the ten best in1
the nation.
WITH SIGNINGS or verbal commit-
ments from 27 top prep players, the1
keys to the Wolverines' recruiting suc-
cess appear to be the charisma of
Schembechler and the rest of the
coaching staff, and the academic
reputation of the Michigan urn-
dergraduate program.
The Wolverines' only recruited run-
ning back-John Kolesar-is one of 131
Ohio products heading to Ann Arbor
next fall.
Kolesar, a 6-0, 190-pound tailback out

es champions
of Westlake, gained nearly 2500 yards in not pressured to
his high school career. brother. "I just di(
"He's a gamebreaker," said Vern more impressive
Long, head coach for Westlake High academically or at.
School. "I think he's been a very good ONE OF HERE
running back for us. He's an all-around tributes, according
athlete-football, baseball and track." Tom Taraska, is
KOLESAR CITED Michigan's out- desire. That kid lov
standing overall reputation as the key Thek Michiganr
to his decision to become a Wolverine. south to pick uprthe
"The academic reputation, the athletic incoming fresh
reputation, and my dad were the Olszewski, a 6-8,
biggest factors," said Kolesar, whose tackle chose Mic
father played for Michigan between Tech, North Caroli
1953-55. "I have the utmost respect for
him (Schembechler). He cares about
the person."
Schembechler also managed to snag
the best prospect in Wisconsin with
John Herrmann. The 6-5, 254-pound
defensive tackle selected Michigan
over Notre Dame and Brigham Young,
where his brother Jim just completed
his college career as a defensive tackle.
"I really liked Bo. I could just sit
down and talk to him about anything,"
said Herrmann, who said that he was j

o
attend BYU by his
dn't see any schools
e than Michigan,
hhletically."
RMANN'S best at-
to Arrowhead coach
"his tremendous
es football."
recruiters travelled
largest player of the
iman class. Pat
275-pound offensive
higan over Georgia
na, Duke, and Notre

East
Dame "because it had the best
academic/athletic balance. That's
what I was looking for.
"The atmosphere with the players
and coaches was great," said
Olszewski, who is a great pass blocker
in addition to being a straight-A student
according to his high school coach. "I
have family up in Michigan. That
helped my decision too."
Daily sportswriter Phil Nussel filed
a report far this story.

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