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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 30.1966

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Dual,

m START NEW SKEIN:
Triangular 31' Wrestlers Blank Purdue

By JIM LaSOVAGE
After their easiest victory of the
year, a 94-29 victory over Purdue
in a dual meet yesterday after-
noon, Michigan's swimmers took
on two tougher foes in a triangu-
lar meet - Michigan State and
Ohio State-and defeated them in
grand, record breaking style by
a margin of 209-159-104 last night
in Matt Mann Pool.
The shorter versions of the reg-
ular events proved the outlet for
five records by Wolverine swim-
mers-three individual efforts and
two relays.
Amazing Carl Robie lead the
way with two record setting indi-
vidual performances, one in the
400-yard individual medley and
the other in the 100-yard butter-
fly. Then in the last event he an-
chored the 800-yard freestyle re-
lay team which set a pool record
of 7:13.83. Bob Hoag, Rich Walls,
and Bill Farley shared this record
with him.

Paul Scheerer, unbeaten in
breaststroke competition this sea-
son, reset the pool record in the
100-yard race with a 1:01.05 tim-
ing. Scheerer also shared in the
record set in the 200-yard medley
relay along with Rees Orland, Tom
O'Malley, and Bill Groft. The
quartet turned in a time of 1:36.16
in the event, bettering the exist-
ing national record of 1:40.9 by
almost five full seconds.
None of these events are held in
regular dual meets during the sea-
son, although all but the medley
relay are part of the conference
and national championships at the
season's end. Thus they are good
for preparation as well as for
recognition.
Busy Swimmer
Groft, besides his anchor leg of
the medley relay team, won the
50 and 100-yard freestyle sprints
in his best times of the year. Walls
was runnerup to him in the short-
er affair.

Junior O'Malley swam a very
strong butterfly race to finish
third behind Robie after 100
yards,- finishing in :54.83. And
Orland and Russ Kingery gave
MSU's Gary Dilley a hard race
before yielding to the Olympian
in the 100-yard backstroke to take
second and third respectively.
Bruce Brown continued his fan-
tastic diving by taking the only
diving event with 248.95 points.
His last dive, a near perfectly ex-
ecuted forward dive, two and a
half somersaults, tuck position,
awed the crowd and netted him a
total of 68.9 points. In all, Mich-
igan took eight of the 10 firsts,
MSU getting two.
Coach Gus Stager used just
about everyone on the roster, and
a few who, weren't, in the after-
noon meet, and still no Purdue
swimmer finished ahead of a Wol-
verine until the last event. In that
one, the 400-yard freestyle-relay,

Stager used a sophomore back-
stroker, a breaststroker, and a
distance man to make the race in-
teresting. I

Soph Splashers
Sophomores Alan McDaid (free-
style distance) and Norm Fischer
(backstroke) each got a taste of
Easy Enough
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - I.
Michigan (Fischer, Cushing, O'Mal-
ley, Brundage); 2. Purdue. Time-
3:50.59.
ONE-METER DIVING-1. Bonel-
11 (M); 2. Rittschof (M); 3. Short
(P). Points-218.1.
1000-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Robie
(M); 2. McDaid (M); 3. Cooke (P).
Time-11 :01.58.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Walls
(M); 2. Salassa (M); 3. Norwood
(P). Time-1:51.07.
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Groft
(M); 2. Schwarten (M); 3. Horn
(P). Time-:22:14.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Orland (M); 2. Williams (M); 3.
Shaffer (P). Time-2:04.56.
THREE-METER DIVING-1. Mea-
den (MW); 2. Shuff (MW); 3.Short
(P). Points-245.25.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Farley
(M); 2. Kingery (M); 3. Rankin (P).
Time-2 :06.66.
100-YD. FREESTYLE-I. Schwar-
ten (M); 2. Brundage (M); 3. Carr
(P). Time-:50.29.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Fisch-
er (M) 2. Bergstrom (P); 3. Shaf-
fer (P). Time-2:09.23.
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. McDaid
(M); 2. Cooke (P); 3. Derrick (P).
Time-S :23.57.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Dwyer (M); 2. Kropp (M); 3. Olz-
mann (P). Time-2:31.38.t
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Purdue (Horn, Schlueter, Norwood,
Carr); 2. Michigan. Time-3:29d17.
More Practice
200-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.I
Michigan (Orland, Scheerer, O'Mal-
Iey, Groft); 2. MSU; 3. OSU. Time
-1:36.16 (national record).
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Walsh
(MSU); 2. Farley (M); 3. Hill
(MSU). Time-4:52.32.
400-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
1. Robie (M); 2. P. Williams (MSU);
3. Glick (MSU). Time-4:23.34 (pool
record).
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Groft E
(M); 2. MacMillan (MSU); 3. Dilley
(MSU). Time-:48.04.
DIVING-1. B. Brown ( U); 2.
Knorr (OSU); 3. Whiteford (MSU).
Points-248.95.
100-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M); 2. Driver (MSU); 3.j
DeVlaming (OSU). Time - 1:01.05
(pool -record).
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Groft
(M); 2. Walls (M); 3. Lakin (OSU).
Time-:21.62.
100-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Robie
(M); 2. Glick (MSU); 3. O'Malley
(M). Time-:52.02 (pool record).
100-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Dilley
(MSU); 2. Orland (M); 3. Kingery
(M). Time-:54.29.
800-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Hoag, Walls, Farley, o-
bie); 2. MSU; 3. Michigan. Time -
7:13.83 (pool record).,

hind Bill Groft. Rees Orland swamj
a very respectable 2:04.56 in win-
ning the 200-yard individual med-
ley, and Craig Dwyer picked up
a first in the 200-yard breaststroke
in what turned out to be one of
the meet's best races.
Another highlight of the meetl
was Michigan's one-two finish in
the 200-yard butterfly by none
other than Farley and Kingery, a
freestyler and backstroke special-
ist, respectively.
Rounding Out
The other Blue firsts were taken
by diver Tom Meaden at three
meters, diver J. B. B'onelli at one
meter, and Robie in the 1000-yard
freestyle. Seconds were added in
these events by Greg Shuff, soph
Dan Rittschoff, and McDaid.
Five Wolverine seniors, Bruce
Brown, Bill Farley, Rees Orland,
Bob Hoag, and Captain Rich
Walls, competed for the last time
for Michigan in Matt Mann Pool
yesterday.

during the introduction of players
as neither Purdue heavyweights
showed up to wage battle with thej
Michigan heavyweight, Dave Por-
ter. Boilermaker coach Claude
Reeck explained that both men
were out with injuries.
However, some skeptic said his-
tory repeats itself. And for awhile
he almost had reason to break a
smile.
Lightning Strikes Twice
Against Minnesota little Bob
Fehrs had opened with a decisive
victory only to see his teammates
defeated. Against Purdue Fehrs
again completely outclassed his
opponent in the 123-pound cate-
gory 13-0. But, his teammate, Dave
Dozeman was ready to best Fehrs'
effort. Bill Trujillo of Purdue
scored first to draw first blood,
but Dozeman came back to com-
pletely sweep the mismatch 16-3.
In the 137-pound class Bill
Johannesen again showed his Pur-
due rival some of the finer arts

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honey with his first varsity vie- By CARL RAYFORD
tory, and breaststroker Dave The Wolverine wrestlers came
Cushing swam on the winning b a c k snarling yesterday, and
400-yard medley relay team along dumped Purdue 32-0. The matmen
with Fischer, O'Malley, and How- scored three falls and didn't lose
ard Brundage. Brundage also fin- a single encounter to avenge last
ished second in the 100-yard free- week's defeat to Minnesota.
style sprint. The tone of the meet was set
That sprint was won by Tom during the pregame warmup when
Schwarten, who added second Michigan looked like hungry
place points in the 50-yarder be- jungle cats. Another sign came

of wrestling as he went on to win' get what seemed to be a good hold,
14-2. About the only thing that reversed and went on to take the
Johannesen was outclassed in was match by a fall.
getting out of bounds to stop the By the time of the seventh and
match. final match, the 'meet had been
The Boilermaker managed to decided. This match was, however,
get out ten times in the nine one of the most exciting of the
minutes. By this time wrestling day as Bruce Lancet and Wayne
Coach Cliff Keen had the look of Wentz fought like two lions-cau-
confidence on his face. He almost tious with the awareness of what
seemed unconcerned. the other could do. The main rea-
Frustrated Boilermaker son for its excitement was the sus-
During the fourth match Rich pense created by the question of
Ratliff, the Purdue wrestler, show- whether or not the Michigan mat-
ed the predicament that the whole men could shut out Purdue.
Purdue team was in as he laid on The Purdue man seemed deter-
the mat, held his head in his hand mined to salvage a single victory
and thumped the mat with his for his team as he and Wentz
free hand, while Wolverine Cal fought to a 0-0 standstill for the
Jenkins pulled on his leg. After first period of the meet. Lancet
fighting Jenkins off for six min- came on in the second period to
utes, Ratliff succumbed and Mich- score one point on an escape. But
igan gained its first of three to continue the pattern, Wentz
straight falls. came back for seven points at the
It was Michigan's Burt Merical end to take the closest match of
against Dale Smith in the 157- the game and complete the mas-
pound category, and Merical im- , sacre of the Boilermakers.
mediately followed the trend by 'Can't Complain'
taking down his opponent for two D 'Can'thompa g
points. However, it was clear that Dave Porter, the heavyweight
Smith wasn't going to "tolerate" who won the easiest match of the
another Michigan victory as he;dyb ealt a ocm
ripped off his mask, assumed a plaints about the meet."
serious look and determinedly lost Coach Keen thought "the boys
to Merical by a fall. performed well. I knew Purdue
Pulling the Strings was down but I didn't know what
The Wolverines set a definite to expect."
pattern as they always jumped to Boilermaker coach Reeck said
a quick lead, let the Boilermakers he was "afraid of what Michigan
could do and received no surprise."
Michigan's wrestling record in
rij T ic the Big Ten is now 4-1 with vic-
ver tech tories over Iowa, Indiana and
Northwestern and that loss to
games in the WCHA playoffs. If Minnesota preceding yesterday's
that is the case, the winner of win.
that game would go to the NCAA The three-time defending Wci-
finals at Minneapolis. verine champs will face Illinois
next Friday night in a conference
Michigan will meet their first meet and then tangle with Pitts-
round tourney opponent this week- burgh on the following evening in
end as they face Michigan State a non-league affair. Michigan has
in an away-home pair that finds two other Big Ten meets left on
the Wolverines returning to the its schedule before .the conference
Coliseum for an 8:00 faceoff on championships on the first week-
Saturday night. end in March.
SPORT SHORTS

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later when Herman came up with
a save on a breakaway that could
have been the impetus Tech need-
ed to go on to win. Fred Hall was
being belted by three defenders as
he carried the puck in. However
he managed to flip a nifty pass to
veteran Bob Toothill who had his
chance for a score, but Herman
played him perfectly and kicked'
the puck out by sprawling across
the goalmouth.-
Insurance Tally
Michigan's final goal was scored'
six minutes later as Dean Lucier
stole the puck from a Tech de-
fender and launched a 22 foot shot
that Esposito never had a chance
on. Lucier said after the game, "It
was sort of a lucky shot because!
I just got it by the defender, but
I'm pretty sure that he never saw
it."
The win boosted Michigan's
(7-3) percentage to .700, but itj

was not enough to push them into
second place ahead of idle North
Dakota. Only .050 separate the
first three teams as Tech (9-3)
held on to the top spot.
Tech will not have another
chance to revenge this season un-
less both teams win their first'
First Period Scoring: M - Wa
kabayashi (Baird) 9:27. Penalties:I
MT-Huculak (elbowing) 1:57.
Second Period Scoring: MW-Ko-.
viak (L. Marttila ,M. Marttila) 2:13.
M-Lucier (Lord) 18:17. Penalties:
M-Lord (cross checking) 4:58. MT
-Wilson (high sticking) 11:49. M -
Brand (holding) 11:49. MT - Yeo
(holding) 15:41.
Third Period Scoring: MT-Weller
(Patterson) 7:12. Penalties: MT -
Toothill (charging) 7:58. M--Brand
(tripping) 10:11. M-M. Marttila
(cross checking) 13:16. MT-Hucu-
lak (hooking) 14:52. M-Henderson
(interference) 15:18.
Saves:

At

Esposito (MT)
Herman (M)
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN TECH

11 14 11-36
6 15 13-34
1 2 0-3
0 0 1-ri

Gymnasts Outclass Wisconsin

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New" NFL 'Miami Team
By The Associated Press sportsmen, sports writers and
MIAMI - George Wilson, who broadcasters conducted by the
led the Detroit Lions to a cham- Amateur Athletic Union
pionship his first season and then
resigned amid oontroversy two DURHAM, N.C. - Duke's top-
years ago, was named head coach ranked basketball team , pulled
of the Miami Dolphins last night. away from North Carolina State
Wilson, 51, signed a three-year in the last seven minutes last
night for an 84-77 victory, 13th
contract with the new Americansrght fortn e- etenylue
Football League entry and imme- straight for the once-beaten Blue
diately began looking for a staff. De victory pushed Duke's At-
He said he would hire six as- lantic Coast Conference record to
sistants, which would give athe 7-1 while runner-up N.C. State
Dolphins one of the three largest dropped to 4-3. It was the first
coaching staffs in professional meeting of the teams since N.C.
The selection was announced' State upset Duke last March in
by Dolphin President Joe Robie, the conference championship
who called Wilson "a lifetime win- tournament finals.
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By DAN OKRENT
Nothing speaks with authority
like authority itself.
And with all the authority of
the Big Ten champs that they
have been for the past five years,
the irreproachable Michigan gym-
nasts swept to their second con-
ference victory of the season yes-
terday, drubbing the outmanned
Wisconsin Badgers by the score of
191.3-178.9.
Previously unbeaten this season
(inside the conference. as well as
out), Wisconsin came from cold-
ridden Madison to cold-ridden
Ann Arbor with the desire of
crushing Michigan's hopes and
buoying their own for the Big Ten
race.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
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But not too many opponents in- doing the previous attempt. 9.15?
vade the I-M Building and emerge Not good enough. World-team
victorious, for Newt Loken and member Wayne Miller proceeds to
his chargers in Olympic white are notch a brilliant 9.7, high point-
not easily (if ever) beaten. tally of the year for the interna-
So well trained, so physically tional - championship minded lad
endowed are these wonders of from the Louisiana bayou.
agility, one marvels at the ease I Ad Infinitum
with which they float through And so on and so forth. All-1
their routines. With the aplomb around star Gary Vander Voort,
and poise of the professional, the 'closely followed by senior Rich!
Michigan gymnast reduces the in- Blanton, masters the parallel bars
tricacies of his event to an exact with a stupendous 9.5. Soph Scott
science, amazing all but himself. Paris captures the high bar crown,
One wonders at the Fuller twins, only to have fifth-mnan (and a
Phip and Chip, as they hop and "not-to-count" entry) Chris Van-
tumble through the floor exercise, den Broek snare the unofficial
slipping into and out of contor- victory. And in perhaps the most
tions with the ease of a ballet exciting of the events, the bulg-
dancer. First for Phip, second for ingly-biceped ring team cops first,
Chip, and the typical Michigan second, and third, with Cliff Chil-
mismatch is on its merry way. vers snatching a surprise victory
Art Baessler grabs the handles over teammates Vander Voort and
on the imposing side horse, and Blanton with a 9.55.
whirls madly through wildly con- On a ten-point scale, the Wol-
trived positions, climaxing it with verine gymnasts averaged a re-
the frenzied flurry of the dra- markable 9.1 yesterday. But this
matic finish. Worth 9.55 points, does not preclude improvement.
the judges say. And only after After all, Miller and the Fullers,
Larry Geddes racks up a 9.35. even though taking the next three
Championship Effort finishes, could not restrain Badger
Vic Conant builds up his idle bouncer Bob Hennecke from ma-
bouncing on the tramp to a neuvering Wisconsin's only first
bounding crescendo, and starts his of the day (on the long horse),
body twisting and flipping 20 feet thus ruining a near-perfect show-
above the mat, each bounce out- ing.

"We think we got the most
experienced and best man avail-
able," Robie told a press confer-
ence.
HOUSTON - Wally Lemm be-
came coach of the Houston Oil-
ers again yesterday - the sixth
head coach in seven years for
the American Football League
team.
Lemm, 46, who quit as head
coach of the National League St.
Louis Cardinals 20 days ago, re-
turns to the Oiler job he gave up
with a perfect record in 1962.
* * *
NEW YORK-Bill Bradley, the
spectacular basketball star who
epitomized the All-America ideal,
was named the winner yesterday
of the Sullivan Award as 1965's
top U.S. amateur athlete.
The former Princeton player,
now a Rhodes Scholar at Ox-
ford, was chosen in a poll of 486

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The victory, for the nation's
seventh-ranked basketball team,
was the 15th in 16 games this
year.
PROVIDENCE, R.I--A closing
spurt led by Jimmy Walker
brought third-ranked Providence
from behind in the second half to
stave off an upset bid and pro-
duce an 80-67 basketball victory
over Niagara last night.
* * *
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Louisville
upset Bradley 103-71 in a Missouri
Valley Conference basketball game
last night.
The Cardinals hit 53 per cent
of their field shots, 40-75, to 33
per cent for Bradley, 26-78.
PHILADELPHIA-A tap-in field
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