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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1967

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1967

CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE SERIES
at the
GABRIEL RICHARD CENTER
February 5, 1967 through February 26, 1967
Sunday, February 12, 8:00 P.M.
"THE PHYSICAL AND MEDICAL ASPECTS OF MARRIAGE"
Dr. Gena Rose Pahucki
Dr.,Mikio Hirago
Wednesday, February 15, 8:00 P.M.
"RESPONSIBLE PARENTHOOD AND BIRTH CONTROL"
Rev. Lawrence Bender, S.S.
Prof. of Moral Theology, St. John's Seminary
Sunday, February 19, 8:00 P.M.
"THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENTS IN MARRIAGE"
Prof. Robert O. Blood
Chairman, Sociology Department, University of Michigan
Wednesday, February 22, 8:00 P.M.
"25 YEARS OF MARRIAGE"
Prof. and Mrs. Maurice Sinnott
Sunday, February 26, 8:00 P.M.
"THE SUCCESSFUL ECUMENICAL MARRIAGE"
Msgr. John F. BradleyI
All Classes are held in the Gabriel Richard Center,
331 Thompson

Hoosiers

Glide

By

Tankers,

73-50

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By FRED LaBOUR
The Michigan swimming team
walked out of the locker room be-
fore their meet with Indiana last
night with as much expression
and jollity as one would expect at
a pallbearers convention.
There was not one smile, not
one laugh, not one playful pat on
the back. They knew that on paper
they had a very slight chance of
winning.
For once, that proverbial paper
was correct and a well balanced
Hoosier squad defeated Michigan
for the second time this year by
the score of 73-50.
The meet was characterized by
extremely close races with several
crucial contests decided by the
hundredhts divisions on the clock.
Wolverine captain Carl Robie
shattered two pool and varsity rec-
ords in the 1000 and 500 yard free-
style with times of 10:02.02 and
4:48.02. His newly established
mark in the 1000 stands as the
best time yet achieved, unoffi-
cially.
'Long Legs'
RusKingery opened up a 12
lead in the first leg of the
initial relay that Indiana never
overcame. The hefty Kingery also
placed first in the 200 yard back-
stroke where his time- was a mere
.06 second off the pool record.
The diving events, disappointing
to the Wolverines, produced one
minor upset-Win Young's victory

over teammate and Olympic gold splashed out a win over the samej
medal winner Ken Sitzberger in Bryan Bateman who beat him
the three meter contest. Young twice at Bloomington. The spell
amassed a walloping 344.25 points. wore off quickly though as later
Hope for victory came after the Bateman beat Groft in the 100-
50-yard free style as Bill Groft yard free style.!

400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Kingery, Scheerer, O'Mal-
ley, Schwarten). 2. Indiana. Time -
3:54.5.
1000-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Robie
(M). 2. Windie (1). 3. O'Connor (M).
Time-10:02.0 (pool and varsity rec-
ord).
ONE METER DIVING - 1. Sitzber-
ger (). 2. Brown (M). 3. Young (I).
Points--275.85.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Utley
(s). 2. Cordin (1). 3. Wiebeck (M).
Time-1 :47.8 1.
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Groft
(M). 2. Bateman (I). 3. Padgett (I).
Time- :21.88.
400-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Webb (I). 2. Usrey (I). 3. Wil-
liams (M). Time-4:22.9 (new pool
record).
THREE METER DIVING-1. Young

(I). 2. Sitzberger (1). 3. Walmsley
(M). Points-344.25.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-i. Arusoo
(T). 2. Berry (1). 3. Bisbee (M).
Time-i1:57.3.
100-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Bateman
(1). 2. Utley (I). 3. Groft (M). Time
-:48.06.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. King-
cry (M). 2. Hickcox (I). 3. Bayles
(I). Time-i1:58.91.
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Robie
(M). 2. Windle (I). 3. O'Conner (M).
Time-4:48.02 (pool and varsity rec-
ord).
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Per-
kowski (I). 2. Scheerer (M). 3. Usrey
(1). Time-2:15.20.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Indiana (Utley, Padgett, Bateman,
Webb). 2. Michigan. Time-3:14.88.

Michigan coach Gus Stager said Michigan had to sweep the last
later that Groft "swam well but four events in order to win but
his time wasn't very good because the Indiana depth would not al-
of a missed turn. He's got to get low it.
into his turn sooner and hit the Paul Scheerer was defeated by
wall harder." inches in the 100 yard breast-
Groft's victory enabled Michigan stroke by Dave Perkowski whom
to pull within two points of In- he had previously beaten in an
dianan but the ensuing hope was earlier encounter this year. "I
short-lived as the Hoosiers swept swam the same," shrugged Scheer-
the next two events. er, "but it came out different." I
The 200-yard butterfly pitted ran out of gas in the last lap."
Canadian Tom Arusoo against Oh, Jellybeans
Kevin Berry, member of the Aus- Hoosier Coach Jim (Doc) Coun-
tralian Olympic team in 1964. cilman, clutching two bags of jel-

formance: "Ve had to let some of
the boys rest last week because of
illness. The rest must have done
them a lot of good because these
same boys turned in fine perform-
ances."
Stager, who constantly circulat-
ed through the team during the
meet, coaxing, patting and encour-
aging his swimmers, seemed pleas-
ed with the Wolverines' general
effort. "For the most part, they
swam terrifically," he declared.
Robie summed up the evening's
duel with an all encompassing "We

Arusoo's margin of victory was lybeans given to him by a well- lost points where we shouldn't
a scant .4 second in one of the wisher after the meet, comment- have, and, well, they just have
most thrilling races of the night. l ed favorably on his team's per- more good swimmers than we do."
PIN THREE STRAIGH T:
Grapplers G;round Rockets

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COMBINE MOTHER'S TRICKS
WITH THOSE OF THE GREEK GODS

By JOHN SUTKUS
Michigan's m i g h t y matmen
brought home yet another dual
meet victory to Coach Cliff Keen
yesterday as they mashed Toledo's
Rockets 30-3.
Toledo coach Dick Wilson, whose
squad was handicapped the entire
afternoon by a lack of talent, had
little to smile about after his 123-
pound man, Dave Keller, whipped
Bob Noel, who was standing in for
Captain Bob Fehrs.,
After the initial win, a Mich-
igan team combination of speed,
finesse, and brute strength kept
the Rockets from even getting off
the launching pad. None of the
experience that Wilson, a three-
time veteran of the Olympic wars,
has piled up could help his men
on the mat.
The Wolverines swept the last
eight matches by lopsided scores
to notch the win, climaxing the
affair with three straight pins.:
123 lbs.-Keller (T) dec. Noel (M),
4-2.
130 lbs.-Hensen (M) dec. LeFevre
(T), 9-0.~
137 lbs.-Weeks (M) dec. Scalzo
(T), 7-1.
145 lbs.-Merical (1) dec. Vincent
(T), 11-4.
152Ilbs.-Steh an (M) dec. Mc-
Cartney (T), 6-0.
160 lbs.-Kamman (M) pinned Us-
er (T), 4:10.
167 lbs.-Waterman (M) pinned
Gurdus,(T), 6:20.
177 lbs.-Cornell (M) pinned Ku-
Jawa (T), 3:14.
Hwt.-Porter (M) dec. Elzey (T),
r 9-1.

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JIM KAMMAN

test p i t t e d Scalzo's strength
against Gordon Week's quickness,
and in this case quickness won,
7-1.
Scalzo Sr. quietly gave advice
and support and the information
helped the younger to score first
on a breakaway. The lead quickly
evaporated, however, as Weeks
maneuvered the Toledoan's try for
a takedown of his own. Weeks
sewed up the contest early in the
third period with a standup break-
away.
The heavyweight match was the
feature of the afternoon, pitting
Dave Porter against Paul Elzey.
Both are defensive football stand-
outs for their respective teams,
and last year Porter administered
Elzey his first regular season loss.
Elzey returned this time a year
older and wiser, but Porter, with
an NCAA championship under his
belt, handled him with only a little
more, trouble than last year. The
final score was 9-1.
Breaking the Silence
Porter thrilled the crowd by
breaking a first period stalemate
with a slamming takedown. Elzey
showed signs of life in the second
period by continually breaking the
Wolverine down and keeping him
flat on the mat. The tide turned
at 4:40 as Porter broke free.
Elzey gained the point back with
a move of his own early in the
second. Twenty seconds later Por-
ter took him down and slipped the
cradle hold around him. But Elzey
is not easy to pin, and he broke
the hold, though giving up three
points for being in the predica-
ment. From there the Toledoan
was tired, and he spent the rest
of the match between the mat and
Porter.

4

TH 'AS PL CE
IN THE LOBBY OF THE BELL TOWER MOTEL
FEATURING "MOTHER GREEK" SPECIALS

Jim Kamman, Bill Waterman
and Pete Cornell all polished off
their opponents by sticking them
to the mat.
Kamman nearly let Bob User get
away from him, but he took ad-
vantage of thenToledoan'shover-
sight to land on top for the fall
at 4:10.
Waterman provided the most
exciting pin with his victory over
Mitch Gurdus at 6:20. Gurdus
actually had control of Waterman
at the time with a vise-like
stretching of his legs. The Rocket
was trying to roll Waterman over
for the pin when Waterman roll-
ed the other way, ending up on
Gurdus' shoulders for the fall.
Former Toledo wrestling coach
Joe Scalzo was present for the
meet, watching his son Joe Jr.
in the 137-pound match. The con-

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-Daily-Chuck Soberman
CARL ROBIE, MICHIGAN team captain, broke two records last
night. He shattered the American 1000-yard freestyle record and
the Matt Mann Pool and varsity records in the 500 freestyle.

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Ted Hampson scored
a pair of goals to lift the Detroit
Red Wings to a 6-3 triumph over
the stumbling New York Rangers
in a matinee yesterday.
It was the eighth victory for
Detroit in the last nine games,
solidifying their hold on fourth
place in the league race.
The largest Detroit crowd in his-
tory, 15,217, saw Bruce MacGreg-
or, Gordie Howe, Ray Cullen and
Norm Ullman tally the other Red
Wing goals.
Jean Ratelle, Don Marshall and
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SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:;

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NORM VAN BROCKLIN, the
only head coach the Minnesota
Vikings have had since their entry
into the National Football League
six years ago, resigned yesterday.
Van Brocklin's announcement
followed by one day the announce-
ment that quarterback FRAN
TARKENTON no longer wants to
play for the Vikings.
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came as such a surprise that the

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