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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, April 26, 1976
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SPORTS Boit MVP at Drake Relays DES MOINES, Iowa (AP>Eastern New Mexico's transplanted Mike Boit. a lanky runner who makes a record-setting pace look like a casual lope, was voted the Most Valuable Performer at the Drake Relays. Sportswriters also gave the award to the crowd-pleasing Kenya native in 1973 when he was a freshman at ENM. Boit, 26, easily outpolled America's top female distance runner, Francie Larrieu Lulz of the Pacific Coast Club and Auburn freshman sprinter Harvey Glance, 19. Boit received 31'/ 2 votes, Mrs. Lutz 9Vi and Glance 8. Also getting votes were Iowa State's distance runner Peg Neppel, decathlon champion Bruce Jenner of the San Jose Stars and Kansas State's distance relay anchor Jeff Schemmel. Boit, rated No. 2 in the world at 800 meters by Track and Field News, was a bronze medalist at that distance and fourth at 1.500 meters while running for Kenya in the 1972 Olympics. He intends to represent his country again this summer at Montreal. At the 67th Drake Relays Friday and Saturday — despite heavy rains — Boit took the special 800 in a relays record 1 minute. 46.14 seconds. He also anchored his school's winning college distance medley and sprint medley relay teams. Boil's 800 clocking broke the old standard of 1:46.4 set by South Africa's Fanie Van Ziil in 1972. The thin, long-striding Boit — a tireless runner who sometimes takes an extra lap to wave and smile at spectators — was pitted against No. 1-ranked Rick Wohlhuter of the Chicago Track Club and fourth-rated collegiate sensation Mark Enyeart of Utah State. Boit ran quickly to the front of the pack, saying afterward he "didn't want to take the chance of the race being too slow or of being boxed in." Wohlhuter finished second at 1:46.5 and Enyeart faded to ninth place in the 10-man field. Boit won the special 800 here in 1973 and 1975. placing second to Wohlhuter in 1974. As a freshman, he defeated Wohlhuter in the special 880- yard race, then anchored two medley victories. "I'll probably go back to Kenya after the NAIA (National Athletic Intercollegiate Association) meet and make certain everything is in order for the Olympics." Boit said. "I don't have to qualify for the Olympics. We are nominated for the positions. "It's not certain yet whether or not I'll run 1.500 at Mon- treal. After the games, I might go back to graduate school at Eastern New Mexico." Two new events, the women's invitational 1,500-and 800-meter runs, were added to the Drake program this year and Mrs'. Lutz took Timet Herald, Carroll, la. jr Monday, April 26, 1976 O them both in 4:18.8and12:08.6, respectively. Glance claimed the special 100-meter dash in a relays Tecord 10.01, bettering the old standard of 10.1 by Charlie Green of Nebraska in 1967. Among those he outdistanced was Ivory Crockett, holder, of the world iOO-yard dash record of 9.0. Friedman Places 4th in High Jump Crockett Not Impressed With Glance DBS MOINES. Iowa (AP) — Auburn freshman Harvey Glance wasn't intimidated. World recordholder Ivory Crockett wasn't impressed. "There wasn't any psyching going on at the start," said Glance, a 19-year-old sprint sensation. "Crockett came up to me and said. 'Lets go at it. baby.' And I said. 'Okay with me'." , The brief banter on the rain- swept track preceded the Special 100-meter dash at the Drake Relays here Saturday. Crockett, former Southern Illinois standout now with the Philadelphia Pioneer Track Club, was the first to ever run 100 yards in nine seconds flat. He's been among America's leading sprinters for seven years. Now comes upstart Glance, perhaps one of America's great finds in this Olympic Games year. When Glance hit the tape, Crockett was a full stride behind. "I'm not impressed," sniffed Crockett afterward. "I'm still watching Steve Williams and Reggie Jones." Williams shares the world 100-meter record of 9.9. Jones claimed double victories against Russia in 1974, taking the 100 in 10.2 and the 200 at 20.8. But Crockett might also keep an eye on yet another worldclass sprinter, Florida schoolboy Houston McTear who has a pending 9.0 clocking at 100 yards. If approved, it would tie the veteran's mark. Glance, who attended Phoenix City, Ala., Central High, was clocked at 10.01 seconds here.'breaking the relays mark of 10.1 set in 1967 by Charlie Green of Nebraska. Green also has a share of the 9.9 world mark. Mike Goodrich of East St. Louis. 111., was second behind Glance (10.27) and Crockett finished third (10.30). Two weeks ago at the Carolina State Relays, Glance shot to an unofficial 9.9. He says he's also been clocked at 20.1 at 200 meters, where the record is 19.8. At the recent Florida Relays, Glance ran 100 meters in 10.0, 200 meters at 20.3, and long jumped 24 feet, 5'A inches. He is also on Auburn's crack 440 and 880 relay teams. Glance is a sinewy . 148-pounder. "I've been lifting weights since I was a sophomore in high school to 'improve my start. Now I can bench press 305 pounds." He said "the start was good" in his race here. "I'm not an exiellent starter, but I am a good one. I feel I. had the lead in the first 20yards." The Olympic trials will be in Eugene, Ore., in June. "They will be tough," Glance conceded. "Nobody knows how they will feel on that day." r Home-town answers] to new-town questions. You won't feel so new or need that city map much longer If you'll arrange for a WELCOME WAGON call. As your Hostess, I can give you personal, home-town answers to lots of your new-town questions. About shopping, signts-to-see, and other helpful community information. Plus a basket of useful gifts for your home. Put (he map away and reach for the telephone. 792-9394" Nanke Only Iowa Prep to Set Mark DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Tracey Nanke of Waterloo West was the only Iowa high school athlete to break a record during this year's Drake Relays, the 67th running of the April classic here. Nanke threw the discus 177 feet, 11 inches to topple the old mark of 171-7 by Brent Geringer of Mount Ayr in 1974. Placing second was. Mason City's Scott Crowell (168-2). Because this is an Olympic -& -AT ' -& • -& '-& Ttre*tone 4-ply polyester cord DELUXE CHAMPION 19 95 A78-13 5-rib design Blackwall. Plus tl.74 F.E.T. and old tire. BLACKWALLS Size B78-13 C78-14 D7H-14 E7H-14 K78-M Price $21.95 22.95 23.95 24.95 26.95 Size (J7H-14 H78-14 (J78-15 1178-15 L78-1S Price S27.95 29.95 28.95 30.95 32.95 All prici'S plus.SI.S-l In •$:i.»H uncl "W liru. Whitewnll add S2. Tire*f one Double-belted DELUXE CHAMPION jO tO IB jiff FEBRUARY ON BLACKWALLS AND WHITEWALLS NOW ONLY... 25 A78-13 Blackwall. 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In the 110-meter hurdles. Doug Weisbrod of West Des Moines Valley was timed in 14.58 seconds. Greg Mick of Cedar Rapids Kennedy established the 100- meter dash record at : 10.57. and. Fort Madison's Ed DeLashmutt set the standard in the 1.500 meter run at 3:59.63. The 100-meter dash was also new in girls competition, and Maureen Abel of Burlington was clocked in :12.2. Davenport Central 'had two winning relay teams, the 880- yard quartet of Tim Wiseman. John Posey. Rich Hayzlett and Andy Jensen had a winning time of 1:30.5. Ames was second at 1:31.3. In the mile relay, Central's Mark Lorence, Robin Ewing. Posey and Jensen ran the distance in 3:25.5. Des Moines Lincoln was a stride behind at 3:25.8. Wiseman also took the long jump at 21-11. edging second place Gary Crawford of Washington (21-8 3 'j). g Ames had a winner in its 440-yard relay team of Tracey Arnold, Kevin Buck, Dave Smith and Dave Crawford, who were clocked in :43.14. Des Moines Tech was a close :43.4. and-Cedar Rapids Kennedy :43.5. . In the girls 440-yard relay, Webster City was first at :49.83 and Marion followed at :50.50. The Webster City contingent included Tracey Westcott. Kim Haynes, Mell Mastin and Sue Haynes. Randy Jackson of Iowa City . captured the boy's two-mile run. Most of some 10.000 spectators who sat through the Saturday afternoon program came prepared for cold, steady rainfall, and that's what they got. Puddles formed in the infield and rain slickened the tartan track, reflecting the images of passing runners. By Dennis O'Grady (Sports Editor) DES MOINES—Kuemper's Rick Friedman placed fourth in the high jump competition here Friday at the 67th Annual Drake Relays. Friedman leaped six feet, four inches, the same as Newton's Doug Smith who won the event. Smith won on fewer misses. The Knights' 440 yard relay team of Paul Ludwig, Bob Kelly, Kirk Lengeling and Friedman placed second in their heat in a time of 47.3, but failed to qualify for the finals. Friedman's older brother, Bob, competing for the University of Northern Iowa, ran a 4:11.7 anchor mile to give the Panthers a second-place finish in the college distance medley behind Mike Boit and Eastern New Mexico. On Friday, the sophomore Friedman anchored their two mile relay team which didn't place in the top six. In other action Saturday, Sac City's Greg Glass finished second in the 1,500 meters behind Fort Madison's Ed Delashmutt who ran 3:59.6. But Glass, who ran 4:00.9, was disqualified for pushing. Glidden-Ralston's 440 relay team ran 46.5 to finish seventh in their heat. Running for the Wildcats were Brian Johnson, Mike Hunt, Mark McCrea and Mark Nobiling. In the 110 meters preliminaries on Friday, Ar-We-Va's Ross Thiedeman finished third in his heat with a time of 15.9, but didn't make the finals. In. the spring medley relay final Friday, Sac City, led by Glass, finished fifth in 3:34.1. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson won in 3:30.6 after Central Davenport was disqualified. Rick Friedman Knoblauch Paces Knights to Fourth ' •' CASEY — Kuemper placed fourth out of 15 schools in the Adair-Casey Invitational girls' track meet here Friday night. Adel won the meet, scoring 70 points as Audubon, on the strength of triple-winner Lori Weber, took second with 48 points. Mount Ayr was third with 45 points and the Knights totaled 37V2 points. Kuemper's only first-place winner was Mary Knoblauch in the mile run! The freshman's winning time was 5:58.9. Coach Tom Ryan's club got seconds from Rosie Drapcho in the 880: Gail Riesberg in the 100 and the mile relay team of Drapcho, Lori Julich, Deb Bellinghausen and Jean O'Leary. : fi$:tiig.;up third-places •f.lAdel). 36%.'S6'ftball'Thr6w^l'' 'iMile'kelay — Audubon, 4:29 iprp'fjfiri Thpin in tho Hisfiio '^-'Beelef (W) 1 .'174-2>/2. Discus — •'„ ' " : '_'' l! ' were Lori Thein in the discus with a new school record; Julie Thies who tied with another girl in the high jump and the 10 flight shuttle relay team of Kay Pietig, Thein, Joan Wiskus and Cindy Erickson. Kuemper's next action is Tuesday in the Ogden Invitational. Team Scoring: Adel 70. Audubon 48, Mount • Ayr 45. Kuemper 37'-2. Winterset 32, Waukee 30. Atlantic 28, SM 26. Greenfield 18. Bondurant-Farrar 15. . Corydon 14. Dexfield 4. Adair-Casey 3,' Bayard 2 and YJB of Jamaica 1. First-Place Winners: Long Jump — Irving (MA). 15-5. Shot Put — Peterson "'Beelef (Wl.'174-2%. Discus- Beygarle (Adel) 102-5'/4. High Jump — 1. Newell (Adel). 5-0. 10 Flight Shuttle Hurdle — Adel. 1:09. Distance Medley Relay — Waukee. 4:41.7. 100 Yard Dash,—Oilman (SM), 12.1. 440 Yard Dash — Weber (A), 63.5. 880 Yard Relay — Winterset, 1:53.3. 880 Yard Run — Andreini, (Waukee), 2:34.9. '. 100 Meter Hurdles — Groff (Adel). 15.8. 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