Thursday, January 16, 1969
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, January 16, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By ROD ROBERT
Michigan came close to upset-
ting Indiana's swim team-re-
portedly the best in the nation-
last night in a tension packed
Despite strong performances by
four Wolverine tankers - Gary
Kinkead, Juan Bello, Jay Meaden, el
and Bill Mahoney-Michigan fell
But from the start it looked
like the Michigan team would be
hard to push over.
Junior Gary Kinkead held off
Hoosier Ulf Gustavsen's desperate
last lap sprint, to take the 1000
yard freestyle. In that same event,
sophomore Mike Allen sprinted his
last 25 yards to edge out another
Indiana took the 400 yard med-
ley relay as expected, but not
without a fight. Olympian back-
stroker Charlie Hickcox gave In-
diana a body-and-a-half length
lead after the initial lap.
Michigan gained ground on each
of the last three legs of the relay, JUAr
but not quite enough to overtake that
In the next event, Indiana by w
swept first and second in the one leg f
meter diving. This was an unex-
pected blow to Michigan's plans second
to upset the top-ranked team in Zann v
the country. first 1C
After the meet Diving Coach more
Dick K i m b a 11 explained, "I Zann
thought that we could split the Jacks
diving with McMannama and Mc- while
Guire in the one-meter, and Rydze O'Conn
and Meaden in the high board. I In th
didn't think Indiana could sweep ier Br
an event." Greg Z
But they did and Michigan was But ag
down 19-11. crucial
' Peruvian Juan Bello won as ex- Bill B
pected in the 200 freestyle, but Harmon
Michigan failed to take a crucial tenth o
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N BELLO, PERUVIAN OLYMPIAN and Michigan's ace in the freestyle events shows the form
made him in a first place finisher twice last night. Bello showed his prowess in his speciality
inning both the 100 and 200 yard races. In addition, the Wolverine junior also swam the anchor
or the victorious 400 yard freestyle relay team as he helped to lead Michigan in its upset bid.
A crowd which had been cheer-
ing off-and-on all night then
erupted with cries of "Go Blue!"
They suddenly sensed the smell
of an upset in the making, and
started to go wild.
But the Indiana coach silenced
the cheers when he put Big Ten
champion Fred Southward in the
500 yard freestyle. Southward
quickly took the lead in the race
and then dropped to second place
as another Indiana, sophomore
Ulf Gustavsen captured first place.
Indiana swept the event and
mathematically eliminated Mich-
igan from victory.
After the meet, Councilman
said, "I didn't want to have to
use Southward. He has had a bad
shoulder, and his doctor told him
to take it easy. I needed him to
make sure we'd win."
Although the meet was overuat
this point for all practical pur-
poses, Michiganetankers in the
remaining two events didn't lose
their desire to swim to win.
Sophomore Bill Mahoney pro-
ceeded to knock off two Olym-
pians in the 200 yard breaststroke
in what had to be the big upset of
Michigan Coach Gus Stager
commented, "It's terrific what
this boy can come along and beat
two Olympians, even after.Indiana
won the meet." -
But at first, it didn't even look
as though Mahoney would finish
the race. After the first hundred
yards, he was more than a body
-Daily- Any Sachs
MICHIGAN'S GARY KINKEAD splashes toward one of his three first place finishes in last night's
swimming meet with Indiana. The Wolverine junior came out on top in the 100 yard freestyle,
200 yard individual medley and 200 yard backstroke as he proved his claim to be one of the top
swimmers in the Big Ten. However, his efforts were somewhat in vain as Michigan fell to the power-
ful Hoosiers, 63-60.
place. Sophomore Bob
was out in front after the
00, as he led the field by
than a body length. But
faded, as Indiana's Ron
came up to take second,
Wolverine tanker Mike
nor sneaked in at third.
he 50 yard freestyle, Hoos-
yan Bateman outsprinted
Zann in the race for first.
ain Michigan didn't take a
runner-up spot, as Hoosier
arthold touched out Bob
ny for third by less than a
of a second.
New proposals set forth
in Wines Field skirmish
The lengthy controversy o v e r
the use of Wines Field appears
to be nearing its end.
At a meeting of the Advisory
Board on Club Sports, Intramurals
and Recreation held Wednesday
night in. the Student Activity
Building, proposals were discussed
which would resolve the dispute
between several sports clubs and
the marching band.
Don Canham, Michigan athle-
tic director and chairman of the
-committee, told the members a
sum of 150,000 dollars has b e e n
appropriated by the University to
resolve the problem.
The money was originally de-
signated to facilitate the moving
of th band from Wines Field to
some alternate site. The band has
been using a black top area on
Wines Field for its daily prac-
tices during the fall.
The 150,000 dollars would go
*specifically toward the purchase
of a new practice area and also
toward construction of a storage
building and lockerroom for the
An alternate proposal was pre-
sented which would call for the
construction of an addition to
*Yost Field House which would ac-
commodate club sports and also
indoor baseball and football prac-
This new addition would be
paid for by the Board in Con-
At this point, Michigan was
down 28-20, and the prospects for
victory were dim. Gary Kinkead
then took his second first of thej
night, by winning the 200 indi-
vidual medley. Charlie Hickcox,
Olympic gold medalist in the 200
meter I-M, did not enter the race.
Diver Jay Meaden suddenly
brightened Michigan's hopes as he
unexpectedly upset Olympic bronze
medalist Win Young in the three
Meaden had an extremely high
score of 332.90 - only the second
time in his career over 300. Atj
first, it looked as though Young
was going to win, but is feet fell
over on the entry to his fourth
dive. Meaden quickly capitalized;
on his opponent's mistake as he
followed with a near perfect dive.
In thi roundalone. Meaden pick-
The Michigan gymnastic team
will present a full dress routine
tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the IM
building. All interested are in-
vited to attend.
A mass meeting for anyone
interested in Lacrosse will be
held tonight in Room 131 Busi-
ness Administration at 8:00
p.m. Actual practice will begin
Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. at Y os t
Field House. Anyone unable to
attend the mass meeting should
contact John Synhorst at 761-
ed up forty points on the Hoosier1
Meaden continued his near-per-1
fect form in his last two dives and
his victory closed the gap to 30-t
Indiana Coach Doc Councilmani
then put Charlie Hickox in thet
200 yard butterfly in a strategic
move. Michigan usually does well<
in the butterfly event with L e e
Bisbee and Tom Arusoo, who were e
members of a record breaking flyt
relay at East Lansing last week-
end. Councilman's move paid off<
as Hickox took first with a fast1
Bello then took his second first
of the night by knocking off
Bryan Bateman in the 100 free-
style. Greg Zann's third p 1 a c et
helped as the Indiana lead dwin-
dled to a lead.
By taking his third first of the
night, in the 200 backstroke
Gary Kinkead made the dream of
a Michigan victory a reality. Tom
Mertz took an important third
place in the event, which put the
Wolverines behind only 47-46.
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length behind both Don McKen-
zie and Dave Perkowski.
Mahoney later said, "I had
hoped to go out in 1:05, but when
I looked up at the clock after the
hundred, it read 1:06. So I de-
cided I better start swimming
Mahoney came storming back
as he caught McKenzie on the
next to last lap. Dave Perkowski
was also making a late charge, but
Mahoney touched him out, win-
ning with a time just two-tenths
of a second off the pool record.
In the final event, Michigan's'
400 yard freestyle relay team beat
Indiana by more than two sec-
onds. Indiana Coach Councilman
had placed Hickcox in the event
in case theaHoosiers needed a vic-
tory, but as it ended up, they
After the meet, Michigan Coach
Gus S t a g e r was nevertheless
pleased that his team did so well
against the top-ranked Hoosier
"We did a lot better than we
had originally anticipated. As I
said before, it all boiled; down to
the diving and sprints,
"If we had split the points in
diving, or picked up another sec-
ond or third in the short events,
we could have won. A tenth of a
second in two events made the
difference between victory and
1000 yd. FREESTYLE - Gary Kin-
kead, Mich. 10:14.50; Ulf Gustavsen,
Ind., 10:14; Mike Allen, Mich., 10:28.93.
1 METER DIVING - Jim Henry; Ind.,
307.35; Sam Carmine, nd., 246.55; Paul
McGuire, Mich., 209.15.
400 ,yd. MEDLEY RELAY - Indiana
(Hickox, McKenzie, Borowski, Ander-
son) 3:35.55; Michigan (Mertz, Mahon-
ey, Bisbee, Krcher), 3:36.41.
200 yd. FREESTYLE -- Juan Bello,
trol of Intercollegiate Athletics
(using the 150,000 dollars allocat-
ed by the University.
The structure would be 100 feet
by 50 feet and, 30 to 40 feet high;
and originally have a dirt floor.
This floor will be replaced by a
tartan turf covering after a year
or two' if funds are available,
The Intramural Board is still
discussing the issue and no con-
crete action has been taken.
The Board discussed the install-
ation of tartan turf in the foot-
ball stadium and it was decided
to postpone the action indefin-
itely. Originally installation of the
new product was planned for the
upcoming football season but im-
perfections and discolorations of
the tartan ifelds at Wisconsin and
Tennessee forced the board to
wait until manufacturers perfected
Subcommittee reports were re-
ceivediby the Board at the Tues-
The "Needs" subcommittee re-
commended that the University
request four hours per week free
skating time on the city ice rink
at Fuller Road for members of the
By virtue of the University's
subsidizing of 25 per cent of the
cost of the ice skating rink, it has
been allowed paid use of the rink
for 15 hours per week.
* Mich., 1:48.61; Ron Jacks, Ind., 1:48.95;
Mike O'Connor, Mich., 1:49.05.
S50 yd. FREESTYLE -- Bryan Bate-
man, I., 22.09; Greg Zann, Mih.,
22.33; Bill Barthold, Ind., 22.61.
200 yd. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
Gary Kinkead, Mich., 1:59.78; Steve
Ware, Ind., 2:01.21; Corky Gilmore, Ind.,
3 METER DIVING - Jay Meaden,
Mich., 332.90; WIn Young, Ind., 293.15;
Jon Hahnfeldt, Ind., 279.30..
200 yd. BUTTERFLY: Charles Hiekox,
Ind., 1:55.14; Lee Bisbee, Mich., 1:57.99;
Tom Arusoo, Mich., 1:58.01.
100 yd. FREESTYLE - Juan Bello,
Mich., 48.32; ;Bryan Bateman, .Ind.,
48.65; Greg Zann, Mich., 48.98.
200 yd. BACKSTROKE - Gary Kin-
kead, Mich., 2:03.68; Tom Geiman, Ind.
2:06.84; Tom Mertz, Mich., 2:08.29.
500 yd. FREESTYLE - Ulf Gustav-
sen, nd., 4:57.18; Fred Southward, Ind.,
4:57.57; Mike Casey, Mich., 5:00.71.
200 yd. BREASTSTROKE -- William
Mahoney, iMeh., 2:14.21; Dave Perkow-
ski, Ind., 2:14.37; Don McKenzie, Ind.,
400 yd. FREESTYLE RELAY - Mich.,
(Zann, Kircher, Zann, Bello), 3:12.91;
Indiana, (Anderson, Barthold, Bate-
man, Hickox) 13:15.27.
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