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Take Third;

Wrestlers Grab

Fifth

Saari, Trojans Churn to Crown

Porter Wins Heavyweight Title

By BOB MCFARLAND
Special To The Daily
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
-Next year Roy Saari is going to
be missed in the NCAA swimming,
championships by both Southern.
California boosters and opponents
alike.
Saari's cohesive achievements
became part of a legend; last
night whenrhe won his last race
in NCAA competition, the 1650-
yard freestyle.
He knew how to make his exit'
in style. Saari's victory in the
marathon netted him the .triple
crown of swimming, the win mark-
ing the ninth time in three years
that the'lanky Trojan mounted
the victory stand.
Scoring
The USC tankers, bolstered by
Saari's donation of 48 points, eas-
ily 'weathered the Indiana on-
slaught in diving and came out
with their fourth consecutive team
title, scoring 302 points. The Hoos-
iers were second with 286 markers,
while the Wolverines chalked up
253 points on the tally board to
finish third.
The Spartans of MSU stayed in
fourth position with a final' total
of 173, followed by Southern Meth-

odist in fifth place with 143 and
Stanford totalling 115 for sixth.
Saari's famous form, in which
he takes only six strokes to cover
a 25-yard length of the pool, earn-
ed him a standing ovation from
the sellout crowd in the mammoth
Cadet Gymnasium Pool, after his
17:08.17 effort.
The two Wolverine Olympians
Carl Robie and Bill Farley, hzad
been expected to give Saari his
roughest competion, but all Robie
could manage was a fourth while
Farley placed tenth. Robie was
clocked in 17:42.86.
Takes Consolation
Paul Scheerer, Wolverine breast-
stroke star, barely missed qualify-
ing for the championship finals,
but he grabbed first in the con-
solation round of the 200-yard
breaststroke in 2:15.93. His time
was better than all but the first
and second place finishers in the
championship round.
Wayne Anderson of Southern
Cal won the event with a time of
2:14.24.

Taking third place in the 200-
yard backstroke, Russ Kingery
turned in* a time of 2:00.31. The
event was won by Gary Dilley of
MSU, his second individual cham-
pionship of the meet. Dilley's time
was recorded as 1:56.41, over two
seconds faster than his closest
competitor.
O'Malley, Too
When someone mentions butter-
fly and Michigan, the name Ro-
bie pops into mind. After last night
Tom O'Malley can claim a portion
of that relationship. With an ex-
cellent clocking of :51.73, he plac-
ed second in the 100-yard butter-
fly, close behind the victor, Phil
Riker of North Carolina. Riker
was clocked in :51.59.
Michigan sophomore Ken Wie-
beck grabbed eighth place in the
100-yard freestyle and his team-
mate Bob Hoag managed a tenth,
Don Roth, from the Santa Bar-
bara. branch of California, won the
sprint in the time of :46.87.
The Wolverines managed to pull
within four points of Indiana with

KEN SITZBERGER GARY DILLEY

only two events remaining on the
program, but the diving put the
Hoosiers virtually out of reach as
four Indiana divers placed in the
top twelve.
Winning the three-meter diving
was Bernie Wrightson of Arizona
State with 538.90 points. Bruce
Brown garnered 471.85 markers on

SPORT SHORTS:

Cazzie Russell Paces East All-Stars;
B131 Russell Sparks Celtics to in

his dives to place fifth for Michi-
gan, and Wolverine Fred Brown
added an eleventh on the high
board. Favorite Ken Sitzberger of
Indiana finished second withz
532.15 points.
The Wolverine squad of Rich
Walls, Hoag, Farley and Robie
placed second in the 800-yardx
freestyle relay, the Hoosiers bare-#
ly edging them. out in the time ofz
7:06.64. The Indiana clocking es-
tablished a new NCAA record. 1
Altitude Hurtst
The high altitude of the Airf
Force Academy, 7,060 feet, had itsl
expected effect on the timings.
The NCAA tankers prefer the low-
er heights despite the fact that
the Academy's half dozen Falcons
reportedly enjoy their environ-
ment.
Dilley's record in the 100-yard
backstroke Friday night was the
only mark set, with the exception
of the 800-yard relay, a new
event. Saari even complained of
the thin oxygen. It didn't seem
to bother him, though.

Special To The Daily
AMES, Ia. - Michigan wrestler
Dave Porter became the NCAA
heavyweight champion last night
by overwhelming Bob Billberg of
Morehead State Teachers 15-4,
but the Wolverine team finished
fifth overall in tournament com-
petition.
Bob Fehrs, the only other Mich-
igan entryswho made the finals,
lost his match in the 123-pound
division to defending champion
Mike Caruso of Lehigh by the
score of 9-6. The two also met last
year for the championship with al-
most the same outcome, the final
score reading 8-5.
Oklahoma State won the team
championship for the 25th time in
the 36-year history of the tourney.
The Cowboys clinched the title
with four bouts still remaining.
Porter, though only a sopho-
more, added the national cham-
pionship to his impressive record
as the undefeated Big Ten heavy-
weight champion. Before his win-
ning 4-3 decision Friday night in
the semifinal round, he had pin-
ned five opponents in a row.
The 123-pound bout was a
battle of unbeatens as Caruso
reigned as champion of the East
and Fehrs as the Big Ten champ.
Before the match, Caruso was rat-
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his 1965 title. He emerged as the
victor after a real dogfight.
In the final team standings, Le-
high eased past Michigan, 48-47,
to take fourth place. Three Big
Eight schools fought it out for the
championship, with Oklahoma
State finishing on top with 79
points. Last year's winner, Iowa
State scored 70 for second place,
followed by Oklahoma in third
with 69 points. Michigan State
ended up in sixth place behind
Michigan with 32 points.
The champion Cowboys were
paced by three winners, Yohiro
Uetake, Gene Davis and Bill Har-
low.
Three other Michigan wrestlers
placed by competing in "wrestle-
nacks." Jim Kamman finished
third by pinning opponents from
both Oklahoma , and Oklahoma
State in the 152-pound division.
Captain Billy Johannesen ended
up in fourth place as he won one
and lost one in yesterday's action
at 137 pounds. Tino Lambros lost
both his consolation matches to
finish sixth in the 115-pound com-

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petition.
After the tournament was over,
assistant coach Dennis Fitzger-
ald commented on the day's ex-
citement, "Dave Porter did an ex-
cellent job out there today, beat-
ing a man weighing 270 pounds.
The Fehrs match was almost an
exact repetition of last year's
championship, s Cruso took him
down couple of times to gain val-
uable points.
On the overall meet, Fitzger-
ald remarked, "The three Big
Eight schools continued thaeir
domination on the national scene
.. between them they have cop-
ped the last three titles. The
crowds were sellouts and very
highly partisan for the home team,
Iowa State."
The assistant coach also cited
Kammen as worthy of recognition
for his "excellent" wrestling.
"Overall, the results were very
satisfying to Coach Cliff Keen and
myself," said Fitzgerald. "Of
course the spotlight belongs to
Dave with his tremendous effort
spectedto grab the championship."

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BOB HOAG

LEXINGTON, Ky. () - The
East, with All-America Cazzie Rus-
sell leading the way, exploded in'
the second half and defeated the
West 126-99 in the College All-
Star basketball; game yesterday.
The Michigan star brought the
crowd to its feet on several occa-
sions as he ran up 24 points and
lead the scoring. He got 17 points
in the second period.
The East outran and outpassed
the West in a flashy display of
ball-handling. Russell and Ken-
tucky's Larry Conley shot pinpoint
passes past the taller but slower
West squad.
.Russell, who paced Michigan to
its~u thrdstraight Bg Ten cham-
pionship during the regular sea-
son, was selected as "Star of the
Stars" by the sports writers after
the game.
Cazzie and Dave
He got strong support from the
nation's leading scorer, Dave
Schellhase of Purdue, who totaled
17 points. Bill Melchionni of Vil-
lanova and "Bob McIntyre of St.
Johns of New York got 16 each.
Oregons Jim'Barnett, who tied
with Jerry Chambers of Utah for
West scoring honors with 19
points, directed the West attack
and led its fast break.
Complementing Barnett's speed
and drive was the outside shooting
of Colorado State's Lonnie Wright,
who scored 16 points.
The 126 points were the most
ever scored by a team in the four-

game series, and the most ever
scored by a team in Kentucky
Memorial Coliseum. The series
now stands at 2-2.
* * *
CINCINNATI (OP)- The Boston
Celtics, led by Sam Jones and Bill
Russell, whipped the foul-plagued
Cincinnati Royals 132-125 last
night and evened their National
Basketball Association semifinal
playoff at one game apiece.
The best-of-five series now
shifts to Boston for the third game
this afternoon. The, fourth game
will be played here next 'Wednes-
day night.
After a see-saw battle in the
final period, Boston went ahead
when the Royals' Oscar Robertson
fouled out. Tom Sanders tied it
for Boston at 18-all with 3:45
left and then put the Celtics
ahead for good with another
basket 20 seconds later.

The Royals also lost Happy
Hairston and Wayne Embry on
fouls in the crucial closing
minutes.
Russell was offensive - minded
and pumped in 25 points. The big
center also picked off 16 rebounds
and blocked four Royals' shots.,
* * *
Rebels Nip Yanks
ERIE, Pa-The Southern rebels
pulled a spinetingling thriller out
of the fire over the North last
night in the second annual North-
South All-Starr game. The final
score was 138-135 after three over-
times of exciting collegiate ball.
John Manning of Duquesne
coached the winning South team
to the win. Johnny Dee of Notre
Dame was the losing coach.

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MIAMI, Fla.-Michigan, in' sec-
ond'place going into Friday's ac-
tion, dropped into a third place
tie "with, Austin Peay, each with,
884, after third round play Fri-
day in the.. University of Miami
Golf Open. Florida now leads with
856 while Ohio State is, in second
with 880.
Michigan's John Richart is in
fourth place with a 216 total fol-
lowing. Friday's play.
Wolverine John Schroeder is
in sixth with 217 while Bob Bar-
clay and Bill Newton rounded out
the Wolverine foursome with 225
and 226, respectively.
t n iiBattle of Gators
n the individual, competition,
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stroke lead over teammate Wally
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