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BUJTTERFLYER TOM ARUSOO could be the number one Canadian Olympic representative in the the 400-yard event.x
200-yard fly this October. In 1967 at the national collegiate championships in East Lansing, he thrghinhoosylBlsornaey
finished fourth while last year's Wolverine cap tain Carl Robie won the event. Arusoo took third truhi odsye ilDre
GAYKIKAD'was among the nation's leadeis '~. ..
in the Big Ten meet this season and could do even better in Hanover. GR IKA
a with his time in the 200-Yad
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.S- grabbed third in the Big Ten. Tom
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about net year.:
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f r si Y e: .h Scheerer.
r There are only three seniors SPRINTER KEN WIEBECK is
on. .. the whole team;: John Salas - N'
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H ^ ^~~~~~~~~z career in inspiring Michigan inCATIFRDBONonueusrlyta .
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Sbeck, whose solid sprinting has e w
been his trademark for three k
years; and Captain Fred Brown.
Although it isn't a ususal thing
to have a diver for a captain of a
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eader this year. ,_ y +> 4^:_
Although not having a really efy
S JUNIOR LEE BISBEE, a swimmer with geat potential accoding to Coach Stage, was ill much great Big Ten meet, Brown will , xts+ Y, G a
~4~ of last season However he came back in fine style in this year's Big Ten meet grabbing second have a chance for a comeback in "a..
place ini both the 100 and 200-yard butterfly eve nts In the 100-yard event Bisbee had a tremen- Hanover, New Hampshire, sight of
JOHN ROBERTSON dos duel with teammate Bello, but was edged out in one of the closest races of the championships. Datot Clee ve.hek-a yh
end in the NCAA championships. K y St
There the swimmers will see if
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