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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1967

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By FRED LaBOUR One of the incisors providing
Splish splash, I was taking a the biggest bite on Wolverine op-
second." ponents this year will be team
This amended version of Bobby captain and number one diver,
Darin's immortal 1957 single is Fred Brown. Brown, one-half of
currently being played out by the the senior contingent on the
Wolverine swimming team down squad, was chosen as an All-
at Matt Mann Pool. The featured America last year on the strength
group is younger than most of a fifth in the conference on
and not too experienced in the the three meter board, and a like
"fish eat fish" competition pre- placement in the NCAA one meter
valent in Big Ten swimming cir- event.
cles. But they're not exactly gup- Another diver destined to help
pies either, this event become one of the
"This team could be great," says team's strongest is Jay Meaden,
head swimming coach Gus Sta- a lad who took second in the Big
ger. "They've got potential and Ten on the one meter and three
they're plenty tough, but they do meter boards. He also placed high
need experience." in the NCAA's.
Stager lost a lot of hard-core The only other event that Stager
experience when the likes of Carl can single out as "proven" is the
Robie, Russ Kingery, and Paul grueling butterfly. Junior Tom
Scheerer swam to the outside Arusoo from Montreal could pro-
world through graduation last vide the winning punch here.
winter, Robie was Big Ten champ- Arusoo finished second in the 200
ion in three events, Scheerer in meter butterfly in the Pan-Am
two, and Kingery took third in games last summer and fourth1
the NCAA backstroke finals at in the NCAA 200-yard race.
East Lansing. Backing up Arusoo is another1
To help fill in the cavities in junior, Lee Bisbee, who copped1
his team's bite created by the fourth in the Western Conference
loss of this plethora of aquatic 100-fly last year.f
talent, Stager is relying on a pair The rest of this team thatj
of dentures composed of 10 letter- Stager predicts will wind up run-;
men and a group of untried soph- nerup in the conference is an un-t
omore with impressive credentials. I known quantity.

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FRED BROWN

According to Stager, "T h e
breaststroke will probably be our
weakest spot." There are two let-
termen, Jay Mahler ° and John
Robertson, who emerge as the top
Wolverine performers in the
event. Stager states that "neither
of them is exactly superlative
and we don't have any good young
ones coming up."
The backstroke scene is cast

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in a slightly lighter shade with
a strong sophomore, Bill Dorney,
doing most of the illuminating.
Tom Mertz, a sprinter switched
on to the backstroke, will aid
Dorney in a never-ending search
for victory. "Dorney is good,
good, real good," declares Stager.'
"Maybe one of the best in the
nation. His only problem is in-
experience."
The sprinting chores for the
most part are left for yet another
untried group of sophs. The one
swimmer not of the most part
is the other half of the senior
delegation, John Salassa. Salassa
has been an excellent team man
for the last two years, swimming
primarily in the relays.
Salassa would be a third of
the seniors if freestyler Ken Wie-
back had not been removed from
the squad for disciplinary rea-
sons.
Sophomores Bob Harmony, Jim
Burns, Roger Keats, Bob Kircher,
and Tim Sullivan will form the
heart of the sprinting group.
The man in the spotlight in the
AP Selects
Top Gridders
Michigan halfback Ron (Flip-
per) Johnson, who set a Michigan'
rushing record this season by bet-
tering Tom Harmon's mark of
886 yards, was named to the Asso-
ciated Press second All-American
team yesterday in New York.
Four other Michigan players re-
ceived Honorable Mention. They
were: Captain Joe Dayton at cen-
ter, end Jim Berline, middle guard
Dennis Morgan, and defensive back
George Hoey. Johnson and Hoey,
will be returning to the Michigan
team next season.
This year's first team includes
one of the greatest backfields ever.
Heisman Trophy winner Gary
Beban leads the super backfield
that includes USC's peerless O. J.
Simpson and Purdue's Leroy Keyes
at the halfback positions, and Lar-
ry Csonka of Syracuse at fullback.
Notre Dame's massive defensive
end, Kevin Hardy, leads a defen-
sive unit that includes his team-
mate Tom Schoen in the defensive
backfield and Nebraska's Wayne
Meyland at Middle guard.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
HUD ENGLEHART

distance grinds is Mike O'Connor.
O'Connor took fourth in the Big
Ten 1,650-yard race, fifth in the
500, and seventh in the 200 last
year.
The international flavor of
Stager's Stalwarts is spiced by
Peruvian Juan Bello, an athlete
proficient in all strokes. Another
all-around man who may get the
call for the individual medley is
Gary Kincaid. Bello may help out
in the backstroke and breast-
stroke if needed. Kincaid could
also possibly appear in one of the
distance contests.
Rounding out the squad are
still more promising divers dis-
guised as Bruce McManaman,
finalist in the NAAU, Paul Mc-
Guire, and Jim McKee.
The team's first scheduled com-
petition will take place in Bloom-
ington on January 6 in the an-
nual Big Ten relays. The team will
prepare for their baptism by
working out in Florida during the
studying respite brought about
by the national giving holiday.
The team members are financing
the trip out of their own pockets.
"We've got a pretty good dual
team," summarizes Stager. "We'll
have trouble in the championship
meets because we don't have lots
of first place winners. But we do
have good balance and strength
across the board and that's what
you need for dual meets."
When asked about how his boys
shape up against archrival Indi-
ana, Stager admits "I'll have to
say they're better than we are
right now, but we'll still give them
a good meet." Stager says of Mich-
igan State, a strong contender in
the last few years, "They lost
some great swimmers and our
freshmen team beat them last
year. We should beat them."
Stager has approached practice
in a different manner this year
in a move prompted by the youth-
fulness of his team. "The team
is swimming at least one-half
mile more per day than last year,"
he says, "and they're tolerating
it well. They'll be in shape."
Further prognostications?
"They'll get lucky or they'll get
good."
SWIMMING SCHE16ULE
Jan. 6 Big Ten Relays
Bloomington, Ind.
Jan. 13 Indiana Home
Jan. 19 Michigan St. Home'
Jan. 20 Frosh vs. MSU Home
Jan. 27 Purdue Home
Feb. 2 Wisconsin Away
Feb. 10 Indiana Away
Feb. 17 Ohio State Away
Feb. 24 Freshman Conference
Meet E. Lansing
Feb. 29-Mar. 2 Western
Conference Championships
Ann Arbor
Mar. 8-9 High School State "A"
Championships Ann Arbor
Mar. 28-29 NCAA Meet
Dartmouth
Apr. 11 NAAU Meet

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