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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1967

THE MICRIG.l X DAILY

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NCAA MEETS:
Tankers Flounder, Grapplers Grab Lead

So. Cal, Indiana Dominate

Six of Eight Wolverines Qualify

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FOR
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By DOUG HELLER
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-University of
Southern California took the early
lead yesterday in the first day of
the NCAA swimming meet. Indi-
ana, on the strength of its diving,
was in second place, one point
back, while Michigan was fifth.
The meet began with the three
West Coast Schools - USC, Stan-
ford and UCLA-making it look
like everybody else should have
stayed at home. .
The 500-yard freestyle, which
started. off the competition, was
billed as the tightest race of the
evening.
But there was no contest as
Greg Buckingham, Stanford star,
won in an NCAA and American
record time of 4:37.0. This topped
by almost four seconds his record
of 4:40.97 set yesterday afternoon
in the preliminary which in turn
broke his record set in February.
The times in the 500-yard free-
style were expected to be great
but not as good as they turned
out. Michigan's Carl Roble who
held the NCAA record for a brief
time this year only qualified sixth.
'Real Tough'
Wolverine coach Gus Stager
called the race "tough, real
tough" after the preliminaries but
even this turned out to be an un-
derstatement.
In the finals, Robie came
through with a 4:42.33, good
enough to break Buckingham's old
record, which was 4:42.5. But the
performance was only good enough

for a third behind UCLA's Mike
Burton's 4:39.81.
Last night, Stanford's Dick Roth
followed up his teammates' win
with a record performance of his
own in the 200 yard individual
medley. The American and NCAA
record time was 1:56.0.
Indiana's Bill Utley was second,
but he was followed by three
swimmers from the -West Coast.
The Coast still wasn't through,
as Zack Zorn of UCLA took the
50 yard freestyle in 21.12. He was
followed by Don Havens of USC
and Robert Boyer of Oregon.
Michigan's Bill Groft was ninth
after qualifying tenth.
It took the one meter diving
event to put the BigTenrback in
the picture. In fact, nobody out-
side the Big Ten qualified at all
as Indiana led the pack with
precisely five men in the finals
and the Hoosiers were topped by
the amazing Ken Sitzberger who
scored 510.25 points.
Ohio State's Chuck Knorr took
second to nose out Win Young,
the number two man from Bloom-
ington.
The Wolverines Fred Brown
grabbed fifth in a performance
which might have been surpris-
ing to some as he scored heavily
on his last three dives. 'The Oark-
haired junior only qualified ninth
on the basis of his first six dives
which he thought could have.been
better.
But he called his last three
"consistent." Hie said, "I was very
happy with my performance to-
night."

Special To The Daily
KENT, Ohio - The Wolverine
matmen grabbed the early lead in
yesterday's first rounds of the
NCAA Wrestling Championships
in this small Ohio college town.
Coach Cliff Keen's charges pull-
ed six of their eight members
through the first two rounds of
competition unscathed, piling up
18 team points for the day's ef-
forts. Bunched at second with 15
points are Michigan State, Iowa
State and Leigh, while tourney
favorite Oklahoma trails with 14.
Oklahoma State and Penn State,
each with 12 points, round out the
list of strong contenders.
The afternoon's preliminary ac-
tion saw seven Wolverine victor-

CARL ROBIE

Although Brown was the real
bright spot for Michigan, he was
followed closely by Jay Meaden
in eighth place who managed to
get 41.40 points with a low-diffi-
culty required dive.
The medley relay, closing out
the evening, was a big disappoint-
ment for Michigan as Russ King-
ery, Paul Scheerer, Tom O'Malley,
and Bill Groft only managed an
eighth place finish, which is a
second in the consolation finals.
UCLA won with another record
3:29.45 beating the 3:30.6 set by
the Bruins in the afternoon qual-
ification.

Kamman and Fred Stehman,
holding down the 152 and 160
divisions, gained pins, Kamman's
coming in the' last second of his
match. 177-pounder Pete Cornell
and heavyweight Dave Porter then
proceeded to outpoint their op-
ponents.
' Porter's victory, though it came
on an easy-souding 11-1 decision,
was a painful one for the defend-
ing NCAA titlist. In the course of
his efforts, the Wolverine junior
bit through his lip, opening a cut
which required four stitches to
mend.
But Porter, and the rest of the
squad, came on strong in the eve-
ning's action, with only Henson
being edged out on a close deci-
sion. This time the Wolverines
came through with three pins, as
Fehrs, Cornell, and Porter each
goined extra fall points. Merical,
Kamman, and Stehman won in
decisions to round out Michigan's
production for the day.
'Our chances are looking pretty
good right now" said assistant
coach Ric Bay. "With the other
teams knocking themselves off,
we'll probably be really in the
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thick of things the rest of the
way."'
And the rest of the way will
still be a long haul. Events are
scheduled all day today and to-
night, with the finals and conso-
lation finals set for tomorrow.

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TEAM TOTALS
Southern California 83
Indiana 82
Stanford 75
UCLA 61
Michigan 41
Yale 35
Southern Methodist 26
Ohio State 25
Michigan State 21
Minnesota 15

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Special To The Daily
TUCSON - Arizona's Wildcats
continued their whammy over
Michigan yesterday, outslugging
the Wolverines 12-8 with the help
of an 11 run explosionsin the third
inning.
The loss, Michigan's fourth
straight to the hard-hitting Ari-
zonans, dropped the Wolverines
to a 4-4 record on their western
excursion. Arizona's t r i u m p h.
boosted the Wildcats to an im-
pressive 12 win, 4 loss mark in
the young season.
Everything was going along
smoothly for Coach Moby Bene-
dict and the 'M' nine until the
bottom of the third frame. The

Wolverines, broke on top in the
first inning, when Rick Sygar
walked and Les Tanona, carrying
a sizzling bat, drove him home
with a booming double to right.
Tanona had a hand in Mich-
igan's second run, as he lined a
triple to left in the third and
scored moments later as Keith
Spicer rammed a double to left.
This 2-0 lead was not enjoyed for
very long, as the Wildcats sent
11 runners racing across the plate
in the disastrous bottom of the
third.
Michigan right hander Jim Lyi-
jinen was the victim of the Ari-
zona outbreak, went to an early
shower during the Wildcat bar-
rage. Arizona rapped out nine hits
in the frame and were aided by
two costly Wolverine errors, one
by Lyijinen himself.
Michigan should have escaped
with only four runs scoring, but
an error by shortstop Steve
"Weaky" Forsythe on what should
have been the third out paved the
way and seven more Arizona run-
ners eventually came clattering
across the plate.
Michigan made a valiant effort
to come from behind, but the nine
run deficit proved too great 'a
margin. The Wolverines chipped
away with a run in the fifth on
Doug Nelson's bases loaded single,
and added three more in the sixth,
as Glenn Redmon tripled two
men home and then scored on
Sygar's infield out.

Michigan's final tallies came in
the eighth on a double by For-
sythe, a triple by relief pitcher Joe
Notz, and a single by Redmon.
The Wolverines hiope to snap
their losing string this afternoon
when they tangle with Cochise
College.

ies, as onlyGordy Weeks at 130
pounds met an early demise. Bob
Fehrs, last year's NCAA runnerup
at 123, showed the way at the very
beginning with an easy 10-0 de-
cision, and Geoff Hensan and
Burt Merical, wrestling for this
tournament at 137 and 145 respec-
tively, also gained victories via
the point method.
Then came some fun, as Jim
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