Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 144
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 144

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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All EDITIONS UOAis favorite The Arizona RepobHc DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) •*- Some regular season superstars will be missing, but the 49th NCAA outdoor track and field meet starting today should sizzle with hot competition for the team title. The field of about 800 athletes from 135 schools in the three - day carnival on Drake University's all - weather track unfortunately does not include Arizona State's premier miler Chuck LaBenz and American javelin record • holder Mark Murrd. \ Also, heralded freshman distance star, Steve Prefontaine of Oregon, is a doubtful starter because of a foot injury sustained in a swimming pool mishap at his motel here. LaBenz, who-spent the last several weeks cracking the 4 -^minute mile barrier, is ineligible as a senior in this meet after varsity competition as a freshman. Murro, one of 10 expected returning NCAA individual champions, failed to recover from an ankle injury suffered in the Compton Relays. The Arizona. State star set au American Javelin mark in April with a 300 - foot throw. The NCAA record is 273-3 set in last, year's trials by Tennessee's .Bill Skinner, who returns. Still, the field holcis two American record holders and defending champions in Texas A & M:S Curtis Mills, also world 440 record-holder, and Ralph Mann, Brigham Young's slick 440 intermediate hurdles performer. It also includes retaining tfJ tlists in Villanova's ace miler, Marty Liquori, owner of the NCAA record of 3C57.7; stee-i plechase record-holder Jim Barkley of Oregon State; three-miler Ole Oleson of Southern California; and no ! fewer than four field event winners at last year's NCAA event at the University of Tennessee. Washington State's meet record-holder, John Van Reenan, is back for defense of .his discus title. Other champions back are Karl Salb of Kansas in the shot put; Oregon State's Steve De- Autremont in the hammer thrpw, and Jerry Proctor, Redlands, in the long jump. 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