___THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Frosh Swimmers Display Great Depth;
Expected To Continue Winning Tradition
In Residence Meet
BY BUZ STEINBERG
It is a formidable task for a
coach to improve a team that has
already been labeled the "best in
Wolverine history," but swim
coach Gus Stager intends to do
just that with his potentially
great freshmen performers.
Wolf Heads List
Heading the list of frosh stars
is Fred Wolf, an, All-American
from Chicago's New Trier High
School. Already a veteran per-
former, Wolf held the national
high school records in the 220-yd.
and 440-yd. freestyles. Wolf's
ability isn't limited to the free-
style alone. He also established
record setting times in the 150-yd.
individual medley and 100-yd.
Wolf is expected to fill a starring
role vacated by 'Dick Hanley who He is expected to be a key man
graduates this June. Like Hanley when the extra points are needed.
he entered the University with a In Great Sprinter K
tremendous advance billing, and and Chuck Babcock. Kerr is an
is expected to do just as well as excellent sprinter holding down
the 220-yd. freestyle record-hold- All-America honors in both the
er. 50- and 100-yd. freestyle. His
Darton Excells times are :23.0 and :51.8.
r In contrast to the acclaim given Babcock, from Grosse Point,
Wolf, freshman Bill Darton mod- Michigan, was anchor man on the
estly joined the team. This is not nation's fastest high school med-
to say that the Flint Central grad- ley relay team. Stager thinks that
uate was unknown in swim circles. as a team man "Babcock is one of
He too was an All-American per- the best" and will do his utmost
former in the 150-yd. individual to help the squad. "He can be put
medley and 220-yd. freestyle. anywhere, and is very willing,"
Terry Slonaker from York, added the coach.
Pennsylvania, is another top- Olympic Member
notch prospect. He was All-Ameri- Finland's representative in the
can in the 100-yd. butterfly carry- last Olympic games is also a mem-
ing a very respected time of :57.6. ber of the highly-rated team. This
is Karri Kayhko. He is a good
sprinter and should add greatly
to the divirsity of the squad.
One final addition is Tom Bucy,
a junior who was ineligible this
". semester. He is a long distance
man having previously done well
in the 440-yds. and 1500-meter
>°Should all these men be added
to the present varsity squad next
rs ryear, it would appear as if Michi-
gan would havera strangle hold
on the NCAA crown which they
<: Vi.. . are heavily favored to retain this
:" Heavy Losses
But swim losses will be heavy
-.because of graduation. Besides
Hanley the Wolverines will miss
Capt. Cy Hopkins; Carl Wooley,,
Dick Kimball, Pete Fries and Tony
r . < ..Turner.
Indiana too has a very strong
freiman squad which will be
ably developed under the guiding
. hand of veteran Hoosier coach,
... wins 60-yd. dash
Three of Michigan's youngest
track men distinguished them-
selves with fine performances at
the Hamilton, Ont. Relays held
Willie Terry took first place in
the Boys' (19 years old and under)
50-yd. dash and set a new meet
record in the process. His winning
time was :05.5. Close behind in
second place was teammate Jeff
Another freshman, Ergas Leps,
won the mile run with the time of
4:23.3. Leps has run in many exhi-
bitions during varsity meets and
has shown exceptional promise.
By GARY WRIGHT
Chicago House, scoring 21 points,
ran away with top honors in the
Residence Hall's track meet last
night at Yost Field House.
In a tight battle for runners-up
honors Williams and Gomberg
Houses emerged tied with 14
points each. Close behind was
Kelsey House with 131%2 points.
Michigan and Cooley Houses were
deadlocked for fifth place with 10
Although they could manage but
one first, three second place fin-
ishes supplied the needed punch
to hold off their rivals. Jack Don-
aldson gave Chicago its only first
place, clocking 6.8 in the 60-yard
dash. Donaldson also copped sec-
ond. place honors in the 440. His
nine points were individual honors
for the evening.
Also leading the Chicago scor-
ing was George Babcock who took
seconds in the 65-yard high hur-
dles and the pole vault. The re-
mainder of its total was captured
by Dave Hass and Ray Raden-
baugh who placed third and fifth
respectively in the 880-yard run.
Keeping Kelsey in the running
was Phil Wynn by taking first
place honors in the broad jump
with a leap of 19'1".
Wins Shot Put
Winning the shot put with a
heave of 40'5" was George Mans
of Williams House. Placing sec-
ond, also from Williams, was Na-
than Hoffman. This afforded Wil-
liams the necessary boost to tie
Gomberg for second place.
. Gomberg, able to place a man
no better than third, showed
enough depth to tie Williams.
Other winners included Jim
Kwasny of Allen Rumsey with a
9.4 clocking in the 65-yard high
Wrestlers Lack Strong Frosh Squad
BACKSTROKE STAR-Freshman Fred Wolf, a versatile high
school All-America performer, gets off to a quick start at the
Varsity Pool. Wolf is an outstanding freestyle and individual
medley swimmer too.
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By DAVE LYON
It is fortunate that Michigan's
wrestling team is losing only one
man by graduation, since there
KANSAS CITY (P)-All Amer-
icas Oscar Robertson and Jerry
West today were added to the
East Squad for the Eighth Annual
East-West all star basketball
game in Kansas City Saturday.
The game is sponsored by the
Ararat Shrine Temple for benefit
of the Shriners' hospitals for
crippled children. The East has
won only two of the seven games.
The East, coached this time by
Adolph Rupp of Kentucky pre-
viously announced another All
America, Kentucky's Johnny Cox,
on its playing roster.
Robertson of Cincinnati and
West of West Virginia are juniors
in the game reserved in the past
for senior players only. Fred
Bellemere Jr., head of Ararat
Shrine, said both players had ac-
cepted invitations to play.
John Green, Michigan State's
All Big Ten star, also was added
to the East squad today. Others
chosen earlier are Mike Menden-
hall of Cincinnati and Bob Smith
of West Virginia.
are very few freshmen to fill up
Last year there were a half-
dozen Wolverine freshmen that
won first or second places in the
open division of the Michigan
AAU meet. This year, only two
freshmen (out of a possible five)
competed in that meet.
The best Michigan freshman in
the meet was James Marsh, of
Farmington, who took third place
in the 125.5-lb. division. "He did a
good job," said assistant coach
Lester McMurray, of Marion, 0.,
was Michigan's other freshman
entrant. He was eliminated in the
Med Student Wins
Former varsity wrestler Karl
Lutomski, now a medical school
student, won the 121-lb. cham-
pionship in the AAU meet, which
was held at Pontiac Northern
High School. Lutomski had to beat
another Michigan entrant, senior
Dwight Tousignaut, in the final
match to win the title.
Mike Rodriguez, former (1955-
57) Michigan great, and now
coach at Royal Oak Kimball High
School, also found time to com-
pete, finishing second at 160.5
Michigan State sent a delega-
tion, two members of which won
titles. Ken Maidlow was heavy-
weight champ and Jim Ferguson
first at 174.
Coach Cliff Keen said yesterday
that only two varsity grapplers will
go to Iowa City for the NCAA
championships this weekend. Den-
nis Fitzgerald (second in the Big
Ten) will compete at 167 pounds,
Karl Fink at 177.
An injury to Don Corriere's cla-
vicle will prevent the Big Ten
157-lb. champion from going to
the NCAA meet.
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