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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MUCH 26, 1967

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Tankers Surge to Fourth in NCAA's

By DOUG HELLER
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Stanford
broke the four-year domination
of Southern California, and Mich-
igan finished with a rush to pass
UCLA for fourth place as the
NCAA Swimming and Diving
Championships ended last night.
NCAA records were set in every
swmmIng event and Indiana's Ken
Sitzberger failed to set one in
diving only because they don't
keep records.
Stanford won with 275 points in
a balanced scoring meet. This is
compared with 302 points which
the winning Southern Cal team
got last year. Stanford was in it-
self the key to low scoring totals
as its jump from sixth place a year
ago knocked USC, Indiana, Mich-
igan a peg each. USA had 260, In-

dians 249, and the Wolverines 184
compared with 253 last year.
Just to show the rise for Stan-
ford, two years ago the Indians
had zero points in the NCAA's.
Michigan State fulfilled its role
as a gracious host by falling from
fourth place in 1966 to eighth this
year.
Blitz
The evening was by and large
a West Coast blitz-except for the
diving, just as the previous two
nights have been.
UCLA's Mike Burton began it all
with a 16:17.5 clocking in the
1650-yd freestyle event. This broke
his own American record of
16:27.3 set last year as a fresh-
man. Stanford's Greg Buckingham
finally lost a race, and Carl Robie
ofj Michigan swam his best time
ever, a 16:39.67 that was only
good enough for third.
It was MSU's Ken Walsh turn
in the 100-yd Freestyle as he only
tied the American record of :45.6,
and topped his own NCAA record.
Yale's Don Schollander sym-
bolized the disappointing record
of his team (they finished sixth)
by blowing the last turn for a
fourth place finish in the 100-yd.
freestyle.
The 200-yd. backstroke was bill-
ed as a fight between Gary _Dilley

had the best 200-yd breaststrokef
mark in the country before the)
meet, 2:11.5, but just as he did
the day before in the l00-yd
breaststroke he matched his time,:
and also like the day before, heE
finished fifth.X
SMU's Ken Merton wiped the
1963 record of Chet Jastremeski1
off the books with a 2:07.9, as heE
topped the old record by two sec-t
onds.x
It was Ross Wales of Princeton
turn to step in the winning circlet
in the 100-yd. butterfly as he
jumped from a fifth place quali-
fying time to a new record oft
:50.2. In the consolation Wolver-
ine Lee Bisbee almost pulled the
same thing but was nosed out and
had to settle for second for aE
cumulative eighth place finish.
Before yesterday's action the
Stanford coach, James Daughram,
said, "We'll give Indiana 40 points
in diving and start from there."
The Hoosiers came close as they
had four men who qualified (in-
cluding Sitzberger's 572.65 winning
total) and earned 35 points, but
the five point difference between.
Raughram's prediction and the
eventual result made little differ-

ence because of some below par
performances from Hoosier swim-
mers.
The three-meter board was also
the event where Michigan over-
came UCLA and secured fourth
place thanks to Jay Meaden's
fifth, Bob Walnsley's seventh, and
Fred Brown's eighth place finish-
es. This was after Wolverine coach
Gus Stager had predicted, "We'll
be lucky to qualify two men."
The 800-yd Freestyle began with
USC needing a victory and a
Stanford fourth place finish or
worse to win but the Indians took
the relay with a 6:54 beating the
old mark by six seconds. Michi-
gan finally got a team into the
relay finials but it was too little
and too late.
FINAL TEAM SCORING
Stanford 275
Southern Cal. 264
Indiana 249
MICHIGAN 184
UCLA 148
Yale 135
Southern Methodist 127
Michigan State 115
Minnesota 42
North Carolina 55

GREG BUCKINGHAM OF STANFORD gasps for breath as he
puts his arm around Don Schollander of Yale after Buckingham
upset the Olympic champion in the 200-yard freestyle in the
NCAA swimming championships at East Lansing.

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of MSU and Michigan's Russ Kin-
gery. They had a fight all right,
posting identical 1:56.38 times
with Dilley getting the nod on a
judgment call.
But all Dilley received for his
effort was third place as Indiana's

Charlie Hickcox swam away with
the new record of 1:55.3.
Hickcox who only qualified
sixth, the last qualifying place,
topped his qualifying mark by
2;/2 seconds in the finals.
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THURSDAY NIGHT FINALS
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Greg
Buckingham (Stanford). 3. Carl
Roble (Michigan). Time - 4:37.0
(American-NCAA-meet-pool record).
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-1.
Dick Roth (Stanford). Time- 1:56.0
(American-NCAA-meet-pool record).
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Zachary
Zorn (UCLA). 9. Bill Groft (Michi-
gan). Time-:21.i2 (pool record).
ONE-METER DIVING - 1. Ken
Sitzberger (Indiana). 5. Fred Brown
(Michigan). 8. Jay Meaden (Michi-
gan). Points-510.25.
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
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FRIDAY NIGHT FINALS
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Carl
Robie (Michigan). 4. Tom Arruso
(Michigan). Time-1:52.59.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Greg
Buckingham (Stanford). Time -
1:41.3 (American-NCAA-meet-pool
record).
100-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Ken
Merten (Sou. Methodist). 5. Paul
Scheerer (Michigan). Time-:58.4.
(American-NCAA-meet-pool record).
100-YD. BACKSTROKE-i. Char-
lie HBckcox (Indiana). 3. Russ Kin-
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400- VD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-1.
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Stanford (Nicolao Meyer, Manning,
AA-meet-pool record).
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY -- 1.
Laney). 7. Michigan. Time-3:04.9
(American-NCAA-meet-pool record).
SATURDAY NIGHT FINALS
1650-YD. FREESTYLE -1. Mike
Burton (UCLA). 4. Canl Robie
(Michigan). Time-16:17.5(Ameri-
can-NCAA-meet-pool record).,
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Ken
Walsh (Michigan State. Time -
:45.6 (ties American, NCAA, NCAA
meet, pool record).
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-I. Charlie
Hickcox (Indiana). 4. Russ Xingery
(Michigan). Time-1:55.3 (American-
NCAA-NCAA meet-pool record).
H00-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Ken Merten (Son. Methodist). 4.
Paul Scheerer (Michigan). Time -
2:07.9 (American-NCAA-NCAA meet-
pool. record).
100-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Russ
Wales (Princeton). 8. Lee Bisbee
(Michigan). Time-:50.2 (ties Amen-
ican-NCAA-NCAA meet-pool record).
THREE-METER DIVING-1. Ken
Sitzberger (Indiana). 5. Jay Mead-
en (Michigan). 7. Bob Walmsley
(Michigan). 8. Fred Brown' (Michi-
gan). lPoints--572.65.
800-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Stanford
(Roth, Siebert, Wall, Buckingham).
5. Michigan. Time-6:54.5 (Ameri-
can-NCAA-NCAA meet-pool record).
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By HOWARD KOHN
The paradox of spring football-
balmy weather and boggy turf-
hindered Michigan as it ploughed
through its first outdoor practice
yesterday afternoon. I
"It wasn't that bad for the first
day," reviewed head coach Bump
Elliott. "The plays were sloppy,
of course, and reactions weren't
especially quick. But this is what
you normally expect."
For the past two weeks, the
Wolverines have been caged up in-
side Yost Field House.
"Going outside changes the
whole perspective of practice
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It certainly changed the color
of the uniforms.
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Dressed in the stereotyped blue
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the old guard. Warren Sipp, for-
mer tight end, blitzed in at full-
back where John Reynolds is the
leading contender for Dave Fish-
er's old job.
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pect for one of the vacated half-
back slots, is still recuperating
from a shoulder injury and did
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