Saturday, March 30, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, March 30, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By DOUG HELLER
Associate Sports Editor
Special To The Daily
HANOVER ,N.H. - It fell to
little old Yale to make the NCAA
While Indiana continued to set
a hot. pace yesterday, with 226
points after the second day of the
championships, Yale rolled up 128
points on the day alone to move
from fourth place to second with
a score of 199.
USC was next with 150 followed
by Stanford's 125 and Michigan's
The three West Coast teams,
USC, Stanford, and UCLA, once
taking first place. Yale's Dave
Johnson, however, was third.
Then, while Michigan was nurs-
ing its wounds after the 400-yard
freestyle relay disaster, Indiana
was reclining in fourth place. I
Yale, led by Schollander, swept
'past Stanford for the win. The
jBulldogs picked up 10 points on
the Hoosiers in the relay, scoring
32 to Indiana's 22.
Suddenly it was a contest.
Before the finals, Michigan
coach Gus Stager was convinced;
that Indiana already had the meet
won. He had named Hoosier Char-
ley Hickcox as the hero of the
Two Down. Twn t Go
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again had relatively poor days.w
Michigan, which showed signs Hickcox, who has already won
of breaking out of its lethargy two events, still has to go in the
early in the day, fell back agy200-yard backstroke, his specialty,
arly itedgTellhack-again and also has a place on his team's
as its Big Ten champion 400-f
yard freestyle relay failed even to 400-yard medley relay squad.
make the top twelve and scored Coach Stager's assistant, Don
no runerupto.Ubell, said the day was disap-
Indiana, runner-up to the Wol- pointing for the Wolverines be-
verines in the conference meet, cause with a really great perform-
4n h ifntance, they might have had a
wound up or 1Unnn aT evenu .. .
BcsU Evn hance to catch Stanford for
The day began with the 200- fourth.
Strangely enough. Indiana and
yard butterfly, normally the Wol- Mcianll faceghe same type
verines' top event. It proved no of problem today. Yale, Indiana's
exception this time. Lee Bisbee
wan the consolation finals in nemesis, and UCLA, now seventh
1:54.77, his best time ever, in a but Michigan's chief threat for,
major upset. Tom Arusoo sped to Thursday Results
a 1:53.92 for third- place in the 500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Charl-
finals, also his best time. ton (USC); 2. Burton (UCLA); 3.
Phil Houser of USC took the Southward (Indiana); 4. Nelson
(Yale); 5. Watson (USC); 10. Kin-
event with Princeton's defending kead (MICHIGAN). Time - 4:38.24.
champ Russ Wales second. 200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
The 200-yard freestyle was 1. Hickcox (Indiana); 2. Utley (In-
next, and Wolverine Juan Bello diana); 3. Siebert (Stanford); 4. Bel-
lo'Wolverine (MICHIGAN); 5. Johnson (Yale).
had the duel of his life with Time - 1:52.56. (American, national,
Yale's great Olympian, Don NCAA Meet, conference, team, and
Schollander. Schollander took 'the pool record).
lead on his dive, and Bello caught 50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Zorn
up in the straight-away. (UCLA) 2. Bateman (Indiana); 3.
Mossotti (Southern Illinois); 4.
Schollander grabbed a half- Watles (Yale); 5. Hammer (Stan-
length lead on the turn and Bel- ford); Time - :21.39.
10 sped to catch up. It happened ONE-METER DIVING - 1. Henry
again and again. (Indiana):; 2. Knorr (OSU); 3. Rus-
cell (Ari a o st tp 4. Ynn fIn
fifth, figure to catch the two Big
Ten schools in the three meter
diving. However, the diving should
be a strong point as it usually is
for the Big Ten.
One difference, though, is that
Thursday on the one-meter board,
Indiana scored 53 points and
Michigan a disappointing three.
Only time will tell.
Ketchem (Wesleyan); 5. Bettendorf
400-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
1. Utley (Indiana); 2. Siebert (Stan-
ford); 3. Johnson (Yale); 4, Galvert
(North Carolina State); 5. Houser
(USC); 8. Kinhead (MICHIGAN),
Time-4:10.85 (NCAA meet ,record)..
. .400-YD. FREESTYLE .RELAY-1.
Yale (Job, Nelson, Waples, Schollan-
der); 2. Stanford; 3. USC; 4. In-
diana; 5 Dartmouth. Time-3:04.09
(American, national, conference, NC-F
AA meet, pool, and team record).
Top Ten Teams: 1. Indiana, 226;
2. Yale, 199; 3. USC. 150; 4. Stan-
ford, 125; 5. MICHIGAN, 72; 6. S-
MU, 44; 7. UCLA, 40; 8. Texas at
Arlington, 36; 9. California at Long
Beach, 32; 10. Dartmouth and Sout-
hern Illinois, 30; 12. Michigan State,
1Deadl and l ?se
TODAY THE MICHIGAN GRIDDERS stage their second intrasquad scrimmage of the spring on
Ferry Field, starting at 2 p.m. Last Saturday, blue-shirted Dennis Brown and company ran over their
blue and white-shirted teammates. An extra week of practice, including sr enes like the above, may
give the latter the experience to challenge the first string.
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CORAL GABLES, Fla-The
Wolverine golf team moved up
one into sixth place after the
third day in the Miami Invita-
They had ended the first day
in twelfth before jumping into
seventh after the second day.
Florida State still leads the 42-
team field with a 662 total, 12
strokes ahead of Florida's first'
team, Arkansas edged into the
"Sunshine State's" monopoly on
the top spots to tie Florida's sec-
ond team with a 884 total. Miami
is one stroke back, 15 shots in
front of sixth placed Michigan
who totals an even 900.
For the second consecutive day,
the six Wolverines have combin-
ed to break the '300 mark for the
course (in other words, a 75
Captain John- Schroeder, Rod
Sumpter, and Mark Christian-
son, each carded a 36 38-74 to
share the third-round lead for
Michigan. Their three-day over-
all totals are 228, 224, 229 respec-
Meanwhile, in the rest of the1
contingent, Randy Erskine and
Frank Groves came through with
36-39-75, each for an overall
total of 224, while Rocky Rozza'
followed with a 4-1-36-77 234. 1
Hubert Green of Florida State
topped the individual scoring af-
ter this round with a 72 68 68-208.#
Thought Wolverine coach Bertt
Katzenmeyer described the wea-
ther as "grand," the high winds1
have presented some hindrance to
the golfers who returned to the
greens today for the final,
Finally, Schollander's last turn
gave him yet another lead but
Bello couldn't quite make up the
difference, losing by .36 of a sec-
It was Michigan's finest mo-
ment. But it was also at this time
that Yale started making its move.
They took fourth and tenth in
the event in addition to the win.
In the 100-yard breaststroke,
Yale made up 12 points with Mike
Buckley second, Phil Long third,
and Allan Richardson seventh.
The Hoosiers could only place
two men in the top twelve.
Michigan was shut out in this
event and also could place no
one in the next, the 100-yard
Indiana's Charley Hickcox won
it, but there Yale Bulldogs were
in the top twelve as Yale out-
scored the Hoosiers in the race,
se (rzona a ae); 4.Young (in-
diaan); 5. Hahnfeldt (Indiana); 11.
Meaden (MICHIGAN); , 12. Brown
(MICHIGAN). Points -- 512.05.
800-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY -1.
Yale (Schneider, Nelson, Johnson,
Schollander); 2. Stanford; 3. USC;
4. Indiana; 5. California State at
Long Beach; 6. MICHIGAN. Time -
6:50.77 (American, national; NCAA
meet, conference, team, and pool
.200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Houser
(USC).. 2. Wales (Princeton); 3.
Arusoo (MICHIGAN) ; 4. Baird° (Brig-
ham Young); 5. Borowski (Indiana);
7. Bisbee (MICHIGAN). Time-1:52.-
.200-Y. FREESTYLE - 1. Schol-
lander (Yale); 2. Bello (MICHI-
GAN); 3. Charlton (USC); 4. Nel-
son (Yale); 5. Johnson (USC). Time
..100-YD. BREASTROKE - 1. Nes-
bit (Texas-Arlington); 2. Buckley
(Yale); 3. Long (Yale); 4. McKenzie
(Indiana); 5. Tope (Illinois). Time
.100-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Hickcox
(Indiana); 2. Russell (Texas-Arling-
ton); 3. Malley (Colorado State); 4.
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TUCSON - Michigan's jinx-
ridden baseball squad succumbed
for the eighth straight game last
night, bowing to a fine Arizona
club, 3-2 in ten innings.
The Wolverines got a fine pitch-
ing performance from senior Rod
Scott, who gave up only 5 hits
in the first eight innings, while
striking out six and walking two.
But every Wildcat hit off the
Michigan starter produced a run,
wiile Wolverine hits were doing
Michigan got two runs in the
seventh when John Arvai, Pete
Titone, and Bud Forsythe hit suc-
cessive singles, Chuck SCchmidt
was hit by a pitch, and Andy Fis-
Rich Orr struck out with the
bases still loaded to end the pro-
duction. The Wolverines' only
other scoring opportunity fell
short when Glen Redmon led off
with a double in the eighth and
got no help from other Michigan
Titone led the Wolverine at-
tack with three hits in five trips
to the plate, while Forsythe and
Glen Hosler each recorded a pair
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New York 37 23 12 86
Boston 36 26 10 82
Chicago 32 25 15 79
Toronto 31 31 10 72;
Detroit 27 34 11 65
Philadelphia 31 30 11 73
Los Angeles 31 33 9 71
Minnesota 27 30 15 69
St. Louis 25 31 16 66
Pittsburgh 25 34 13 63
Oakland 15 42 16 46
x-Clinched division title.
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Chicago at Toronto
New York at Detroit
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Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 4
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