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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 4, 1969

BIG TEN RUNNERUP NOT ENOUGH

Wolverine tankers aim for second in nation

By ROD ROBERTS
Michigan's swimming team sur-
prised nearly everyone at the
F U K IS INCAA's last year by amassing 1641
pCAAts adcapturing fourth place,
as it was virtually the same team
that barely managed sixth place
with 92 points the year before, the
lowest Wolverine finish since 1956.
This year's squad will have a
strong nucleus with four tankers
-Gary Kinkead, Juan Bello, Dick
Rydze, and Bill Mahoney-who ac-
counted for 102 points at the
NCAA's. But more important, a
strong and lengthy delegation of
freshmen swimmers may give
Michigan the opportunity to dis-
place Stanford or Southern Cali-
fornia as the number three or
number two team in the nation.
It is generally conceded that
Indiana will win the national
championship this year for the
third straight time. Although the
bb Hoosiers lost Charlie Hickcox,
fre:hman Gary Hall could team
up with Mark Spitz to give In-
diana another new record in total
team points at the NCAA's.
The Hoosiers should have little
trouble taking their tenth straight
Big Ten conference title; and for'

the tenth straight year the Wol- second place. These two teams willa
verines should finish in the run- be troublesome opponents in dual
ner-up spot. meet competition as will be South-
But this runner-up position will ern Methodist, 61-52 victor over
not be achieved merely by default, the Wolverines in Dallas last
as it has been in the past two year.
years when there weren't any The fiercest competition down at
other teams with depth in the Matt Mann Pool, however, will
Big Ten. probably be among Wolverine
Michigan State and Ohio State tankers. Due to a recent NCAA
will give some balance to the top ruling, freshmen are now eligible
half of the conference and could to compete on varsity .teams, and
challenge the Wolverine's for the Michigan has about a dozen rookie

swimmers who will challenge the
returning lettermen.
In Coach Gus Stager's words,
"Of the eigtheen swimmers that
will go to the Big Tens this year,
half of them could easily be fresh-
men. Right now, only Kinkead,
Bello, Mahoney, and Rydze seem
assured of going."
Seniors Kinkead and Bello are
the most versatile members on the
team, and Coach Stager will be
able to place these two in the
events that each meet's strategy
dictates.
Kinkead, who captains this
year's squed, will concentrate his
talents in the distance events,
freestyle, and individualrmedley,
and backstroke. Last year at the
NCAA's, the Wolverine captain
took second in the 500 IM, and
third in the 200 yard backstroke.
Bello 'is just as versatile as
Kinkead, but he shows his super-
iority in the shorter events. Last
year at the NCAA's, Michigan's
Olympic swimmer from Peru fin-
ished runner-up in both the 200
yard freestyle and 200 yard in-
dividual medley, and also holds the
ConferencetChampionship mark in
both events, with 1:42.08 and
1:56.6 respectively.
The third key man in Michigan's
nucleus is Bill Mahoney, a junior
1969-1970 SWIMMING SCHEDULE
Dec. 11 at Minnesota
Dec. 12 at Wisconsin
Jan. 9 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Jan. 10 BIG TEN RELAYS
'Ja.n 16 TORONTO
Jan. 23 SOUTHERN METHODIST
Jan. 24 PURDUE
Jan. 24 PRINCETON
Jahn. 31 MICHIGAN STATE
Feb. 6 at Indiana
Feb. 14 at Illinois
Feb. 21 at Ohio State
Mar. 5, 6, 7 Big Ten Championships
at Indiana
Mar. 25, 26, 27 NCAA Championships
at Univ. of Utah

from British Columbia. Mahoney include Junior Mike Casey and
finished eleventh in the 200 yard Sophomore Dave Kelley.
breast, and swam the breaststroke Sophomore hopeful Byron Mc-
leg on Michigan's fourth place Donald will be out to pick up the
medley relay in the NCAA's. slack in butterfly left by gradu-
Junior Dick Rydze heads the ation losses while another soph
Wolverine diving corps. Greg Goshorn will probably back
Although the tower is not a up Kinkead in the backstroke.
certified NCAA event, Rydze is The rest of the team will be
one of the best in the three meter made up of freshmen who could
event where he finished third in very well determine whether or not
the NCAA's last year. Backing up this season is a successful one.
Rydze will be seniors Paul Mc- What is so encouraging is that
Guire and Bruce McMannaman, there will be freshmen swimmers
with junior Al Gagnet and soph- out to challenge returning letter-
omore John Hamilton. men in all events.
Michigan Diving Coach Dick Two of the more versatile rookie
Kimball's outlook this year is op- swimmers are Don Peterson of
timistic. "The Big Ten will have Kendleville, Ind. and Tim Norlen
a lot of good divers this year. But of Woodland Hills, Calif.
with the depth on this year's, Ray McCullough should give the
squad, we should be able to do freestyle sprints a much needed
well on both the low board and boost as the speedster from Wil-
the high board." mette, Ill. has been timed in 48.6
The freestyle events are wide in the 100 free.
open with a number of swimmers Butterfly events will get addi-
hoping to prove their superiority tional strength from Michigan
on the team. The free sprints- High school champion Larry Day,
50, 100 and 20 yard plus relay legs along with Bob Gavin. Rich Dorn-
-will be headed by Bob Harmony, ey, and Steve McCarthy have both
Bob and Greg Zann, along with been timed in 54.7 in the 100 yard
Bob Kircher and Tim Sullivan. backstroke, while Dorney has ac-
Entries in the distance events will complished a 1:58.8 in the 200.

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FORMER OLYMPIAN JUAN BELLO of Peru could swim almost
any event for the Wolverines this season. The senior speedster
will probably concentrate on the 200 yard individual medley and
200 yard freestyle in which he holds conference championship
marks.

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