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THE 311CHIGAN DAILY

SATUJRDAY. MARClH 26. 1969

PAGE SIX FIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NCAA WRESTLING:
Fehrs, Porter Move to Finals

By BOB McFARLAND ~
Special To The Daily
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
-Roy Saari doesn't quit, and
neither does the swimming team
he represents-the Southern Cali-
fornia Trojans.
USC, lead by sparkling Saari,
staged a dramatic come from be-
hind effort yesterday to overhaul
both Indiana and Michigan. With
only today's competition remain-
ing, the Trojans, after starting
yesterday's action 34 points be-
hind, now sit on a 33-point lead
with 215 markers to their credit.
Indiara is second with 182
points, while 'the Wolverines are
nestled down in the third poistion
with 161.
Saari Stars
Saari, in his third NCAA swim-
LA H oldouts
Still Set on
'Aeting Role'
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-Don Drysdale
says he plans to play under' the
lights this year- as an actor, while
Sandy Koufax says he would like
to play for the California Angeles.
in the latest developments in the
salary feud between the Los An-
geles Dodgers and' their two pitch-
ing aces.
Earlier, Drysdale announced that
he and Koufax would appear in
the forthcoming film, "Warning
Shot." Now he says he has a firm
offer to play a part in a televi-
sion series, "The Iron Horse,"
which he says has already been
sold to the American Broadcasting
Company.
In a taped interview Thursday
in Los Angeles, Koufax said he
would like to play for the An-
gels if the Dodgers would negotiate
for him. "I've seen them play on
TV and they've got a real good
team this year," he said. In or-
der to play for the Angels, he
would have to be waived out of the
National League.
At the moment, the duo has
other duties to keep them busy
while they contemplate on the
financial "woes" of their future.
Drysdale said that he and Koufax
are putting the finishing touches
on plans for a Japanese tour that
would last "probably 30 to 60
days."

ming championships, chalked up1
his eighth individual title ' over1
that span as he took the 200-yardI
freestyle yesterday and will make
a bid for number nine today-a
feat only accomplished once pre-
viously.
The Trojan senior sped over
the 200-yard course in 1:44.66. Al-
though Bill Utley of Indiana made
a valiant attempt to take his USC
nemesis, the effort was as futile as
a greyhound trying to. catch a
mechanical rabbit.
Sing Along
The Air Force band borrowed
something from the Olympics,
playing the fight song of each win-
ner's school as he received his
medal. Although the Michigan
natators slipped to third, "Hail to
the Victors" was carried over the
airwaves as much as any other
song, with the Wolverines winning
two of the six events on the pro-
gram.
A top effort by the Michigan
finalists, was vital if the Wolver-
ines were to be in contention for
the team crown, and Paul Scheer-
er, Carl Robie, and the freestyle
relay squad came through with
clutch efforts.
The relay was the big one
though, and it slipped away.
Southern Cal squeezed out the
Wolverines with a time of 3:08.05,
only :00.05 better than Michigan.
The reason. . . Saari again. Bill
Groft of Michigan inherited a
body-length lead as the final 100
yards of the relay began, but it
wasn't enough .
Change for Worse,
Saari, looking at the race from
Billboard
Michigan's second spring foot-
ball scrimmage will begin after
ten minutes of calisthenics and
drills at 2:00 this afternoon at
Ferry Field. The action will be
filmed for future use by the
coaches.
*' * *
Michigan basketball s t a r s
Cazzie Russell and Oliver Dar-
den will compete in college all-
star games today. Russell will be
playing in the East-West classic
in Lexington, Ky., in a game
which will be televised by WWJ-
TV, Channel 4 starting at 2 p.m.
Darden will compete in the sec-
ond annual North-South All-
Star game in Erie, Pa., tonight.

the rear for a change, cut a wake
that might have emptied the pool.
Despite Groft's excellent :46.6
split on the last leg, Saari turned
in a :45.2 to nip him at the gutter.
For comparison's sake, the Ameri-

can record for the 100-yard free-
style is :46.1.
As Wolverine Coach Gus Stager
said after the relay, "It was a
great race. The first two swimmers
just didn't open. up a big enough
lead for Groft.
"That Saari is tough. His cup
of tea is catching someone from
behind," Stager added.
Robie earned a victory in the
200-yard butterfly in the clocking
of 1:53.8. Scheerer took the 100-
yard breaststroke, being timed in
1:00.43, to nose out Bill Craig of
USC.
The only record cracked in the
meet through last night was set
by the Spartans' Gary Dilley in
the 100-yard backstroke. Dilley
churned his way to a :52.3 time
which eclipsed both the Ameri-
can and NCAA records. Rich Mc-
Geagh of Southern Cal placed
second, his clocking a :53.6.
Ken Webb of Indiana streaked
to victory in the 400-yard indi-
vidual medley finals, winning by
a full body length over John Cal-
vert from North Carolina State.
Webb's time was recorded at
4:19.81.
Other Michigan point earners

Special To The Daily
AMES, Ia. - Two Michif
wrestlers, Bob Fehrs and Da
Porter, advanced to the finals
the NCAA tournament last nig
by winning close decisions in thi
semifinal matches.
Fehrs outpointed Bob Guzzo
East Stroudsburg, Pa., 6-4 to
up a championship match int
123-pound division with defend
champion Mike Caruso of Lehi
This will be a rematch of l
year's championship and pitst
number one seeded wrest
against the number two seed.
In the heavyweight divisi
Porter decisioned . Iowa Stal
Steve Shippos 4-3. The Wolver
sophomore will meet Bob Billb
from Moorehead State Teach
runnerup in last year's tourney.
The only other Michigan wre
ler to make the semifinal rou
was 152-pound Jim Kammen, 1
he was pinned at 8:20 by Mic
gan State's Dick Cook. Assista
Coach Dennis Fitzgerald, desci
ing the action, pointed out "C
was ahead of Kammen through
the match. As time was runn
out, Jim gave a last-ditch eff
but failed . . , the situation w
either pin or get pinned."
Two other Wolverines madet
quarterfinals, but were defeated
the afternoon action. Captain B
Johannesen lost to Gene Da
of Oklahoma State by the sc
of 8-3. According to Fitzgera
the elbow injury which has k
Johannesen from practicingt

last two weeks severely hampered 8-3 decision. Gillim, now wrestling
the 137-pounder in his match with for Iowa State, won his semifinal
an Davis, who later advanced to the meeting and will be in the 115-
of tournament finals. pound championship tonight.
ght Tino Lambros was the other Porter and Kammen had become
eir Michigan wrestler who lost his semifinalists earlier in the after-
quarter final match, as his for- noon by pinning their respective
mer high school teammate from opponents. Porter whipped Rut-
of Ypsilanti, Ernie . Gillim, took an gers' Ralph Goebel in 3:22, while
set Kammen scored his pin against
Wayne Wells of Oklahoma at 7:22
ing of their match.
gh. Fehrs had previously qualified
ast l for the semifinals on the strength
the of his 7-4 decision over Warren
ler Crow.
EXHIBITION BASEBALL On the performance of the team
on, Atlanta 4, Houston 3 as a whole, Fitzgerald remarked
e's shian s ,Pitssurg 4 "They've done a tremendous job
tne Ccinnati 7, Detroit 5 so far and now we just hope that
ert New York (A) 7, Philadelphia 6 Bob and Dave can win their cham-
es sa francisco 10, Cleveland 8 pionship matches."
er, SaFran cicaClevelnd8~The finals will be tonight, fol-
Cainnesota 69, Chicago N) 1 lowing the consolation round in
st- Los Angeles 8, Baltimore 4 | the afternoon.

PAUL SCHEERER

CARL ROBIE

GOLFERS ESCALATE:
'M' Shoots at Lead

included Russ Kingery and Rees
Orland in the 100-yard backstroke,
gaining an eighth and tenth place,
John Vry, tenth in the 400-yard
I-M, and Bill Farley and Bob Hoag
with an eighth and a tenth in
the 200-yard freestyle.
The USC comeback was surpris-
ing, even to familiar Trojan ob-
servers like UCLA coachTBob Horn.
Horn, speaking of Southern Cal's
chances at breakfast yesterday
said, 'When they didn't finish at
least second or third in the 400-
yard medley relay ion Thursday,
they killed their chances. That
was the . straw that broke the
camel's back."v
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Special To The Daily
MIAMI, Fla.-Michigan's golf
squad surged into second place,
Thursday, whilenWolverine John
Richart held onto third in in-
dividual play, after the second
round of the University of Miami
Invitational tournament.
The Michigan team finished the
day with a two-round total of 585,
16 strokes behind pace-setting
Florida's 569. Richart carded a
three-under-par 68, to bring his
total to 139, four strokesibehind
national amateur champion Bob
Murphy of Florida, who led the
field for the second day in a row
with a 135 score.
John Schroeder of Michigan
fired a 71, giving him a 142 total,
good for a fifth place tie in the
meet. Richart and Schroeder had
been tied ,for third after the first
round.
Bob Bond and Bob Barclay
rounded out the Wolverine four-
some with scores of 151 and 152,
respectively, in the four-round
tourney which winds up today.
Florida's Gators are defending

champs in the 10th annual tour-
nament in which 25 teams are
competing. Michigan, sabotaged by
a disastrous final round, finished
sixth last year.
Captain Bill Newton and Chir
Groves of Michigan failed to make
the cut-off point after Wednes-
day's first round, and Wolverine
Jim Evashevski fell by the way-
side Thursday.
Richart and Schroeder are soph-
omores, Barclay is a letterman
junior and Bond is a non-letter-
man senior.

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