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Special to The Daily
DETROIT-Butterfly star Dave
Glanders became the first Mich-
an member of the 1960 U.S.
ympic swimming team last
ght as he posted the best 200
eters time of his career to finish
Bond behind Indiana's incom-
rable Mike Troy who once again
wered his own world record.
Unfortunately the tall, thin
oyal Oak senior had to edge out
former teammate, Tony Tash-
ck, in order to make the team,
ith just 25 yards remaining in
e 200 meter race, Tashnick, who
as making a comeback after a
W case of mononucleosis last
inter, appeared to have a firm
-ip on the second position.
It was then that Gillanders
made his move. His long thin
arms flailing thru the water, he
slowly crept up on and finally
passed the tiring Tashnick just a
few meters from the finish. Gill-
ander's time of 2:14.0 was a full
three seconds lower than his best
previous time and was the third
fastest timt ever swum in this
- Breaks Record
Up front the husky Troy was
once again battering the world
record as he posted a 2:13.2, two-
tenths of a second lower than the
world mark he set two weeks ago.
Afterwards a tired but extreme-
ly happy Gillanders said, "I tried
to keep even with Mike's body all
the way. I figured if I could do
that I would be in good shape."
And as it turned out he was, for
he is now one of the 42 Olympians
who will represent the United
States in Rome.
Another Michigan swimmer,
Bill Darnton, moved a step closer
to an Olympic berth last night as
he posted the third best qualifying
time in gaining the eight man fi-
nals of the 200 meter freestyle.
Six of the eight finalists in this
event will make the Olympic team
in one capacity or another. The
first two finishers tonight will
swim this event in Rome while the
next four men will make up the
800 meter freestyle relay team.
Darnton's time of 2:04.8 was
just two- tenths of a second be-
hind the second best qualifying
time posted by Dick Blick of
North Central State. The best
time, a fast 2:03.2, was posted by
George Harrison who appears to
have the first spot in this event
all wrapped up.
Also entered in the finals of this
event is the meet's sentimental
favorite, Jeff Farrell. After making
an amazingly rapid recovery from
an appendectomy, Farrell was just
a tenth of a second short of mak-
ing the team in the 100-meter
freeCyle event the other night.
Now he ismaking a last ditch
attempt in the 200. Last night he
posted the sixth best qualifying
time of the eight finalists in this
event. Whether Farrell, who is in
an obviously weakened condition,
can hold up long enough to finish
at least sixth tonight is a question
that was on many fans' minds as
they filed out of Detroit's Brennan
Pools last night.
Two more Michigan swimmers
who qualified for tonight's finals
were Win Pendleton and Warren
Uhler, who posted the third and
fourth best qualifying times in the
1500-meter event. Pendleton, a
junior, who has improved tremen-
dously in the past year, had a
18:21.9 time while Uhler, just a
freshman last winter, had a 18:23.5
Despite their fine showing thus
far, neither Michigan swimmer is
expected to edge out the Indian-
apolis Athletic Club combination
of Alan Somers and George Breen,
who appear to have the first two
places in this grueling event sewed
Class by Himself
A fresh, inexperienced high
school boy and a seasoned veteran
of the competitive swimming wars
were the two qualifiers in the 100-
meter backstroke event. Califor-
nia's youngster Bob Bennett took
first in the event with a 1:02.2
time while Pan American cham-
pion and former Indiana star
Frank McKinney took second with
a 1:02.8 clocking.
In the women's 200-meter breast-
stroke final, Santa Clara Swim
Club star Ann Warner took first as
expected with a 2:53.2, almost a
full two seconds over the world
record she set earlier this summer.
Finishing second was surprising
Patty Kempner, who had the slow-
est qualifying time of the event's
In the evening's other final, the
women's 100-meter butterfly, Caro-
lyn Wood took first with a 1:09.4
time and Carolyn Schuler finished
second with a 1:09.6 clocking.
Michigan breaststroke performer
Ron Clark, who was disqualified in
the 200-meter event earlier this
week, lost out on his final chance
to make the team yesterday as he
failed to qualify in the 100-meter
Michigan's final qualifying hope-
ful is diver Bob Webster, who will
be attempting to pick off one of
the two berths in today's 10-meter
platform diving event.
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The torrid St. Louis Cardinals
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