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FILM-"The Idea of Michigan"

By DAVE GOOD
Indiana completely demoralized
Michigan's defending NCAA cham-
pions here yesterday, 74-31, just
two weeks before the Wolverines
will be going after their fifth na-
tional title in the last six years.
It was a humiliating defeat for
the Wolverines, who had hoped
to, hold their own against the two-
time Big Ten titlist. Indiana clos-
ed out its regular season with an
8-0 record, while Michigan ended
up 5-2.
It was Michigan's worst loss

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since 1922, only the second year it
had a swimming team, when
Northwestern won, 56-12. Indiana
beat the Wolverines last year, 62-
39.
The Hoosiers were far below
their best form, setting only seven
records and no American or col-
legiate records.
Jaco, Floden Win
What really hurt was that the
Hoosiers took both relays and
slammed six of the nine individual
events. Michigan's only winners
were Ron Jaco, who outscored In-
diana's Tom Dinsley in the three-
meter diving, and Dennis Floden,
who touched out teammate Jim
Kerr in the 50-yd. freestyle.
The only other event where the
Wolverines could manage even a
second was the 220-yd. freestyle,
which Captain Bill Darnton lost
by inches to Indiana's Pete Sintz.
One of the few other bright
spots for Michigan was Mike Reis-
sing's strong showing in the 200-
yd. backstroke. He couldn't break
into the two top places, but he
did erase the varsity record of
2:04.2 he set two weeks ago in

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the Big Ten meet with a 2:03.5
clocking.
Things started out just about
on the schedule Coach Gus Stager
set for his team. Fred Wolf, Jeff
Longstreth, Dick Nelson and Frank
Berry turned in the best time of
the year for a Michigan medley
relay team, 3:42.7. Longstreth's
split on the butterfly leg was :53.8.
Forgot About Indiana
But there was one small catch,
however. They finished nearly a
half pool length behind Indiana,
which came with .1 of its own
American record of 3.36.0.
The Indiana splits were :54.6
for Tom Stock in the backstroke,
:59.5 for Chet Jastremski in the
breaststroke, :52.0 for Mike Troy
in the butterfly and :50.0 for
Tom Verth in the freestyle.
Darnton went out ahead of
Sintz and Al Somers in the first
half of the 220, but Sintz pulled
even with him at the 175 mark
and won the touchout, 2:02.5 to
2:02.6.
But after Foden (:22.45) and
Kerr (22:46) edged Indiana's Tom
Hayden (22:56) in the50 to pull
Michigan into a 15-15 tie over the
first three events, the Hoosiers
went one-two in all six of the in-
dividual races after that and set
pool records in all but 'the 100.
Cox Edged
The Hoosiers did better than
expected even in Michigan's forte
-the diving. Jaco was an easy
enough winner with 258.90 points,
but Dinsley edged Michigan's Pete
Cox, 236.10 to 234.40, pulling it
out on the last dive.
Kerr started fast and led at the
half-way mark of the 100, but
Sintz took the lead at 75 yds. and
looked strong. Then Verth came
from nowhere to nip Sintz, :50.14
to :50.17, and Berry passed up
Kerr for third, :50.56 to :50.7.
Indiana's record-holders weren't
sharp enough to better their own
American marks but re-establish-
ed themselves as the best in their
events.
Ted Stickles, one of Indiana's
sophomore world record-holders,
won the individual medley in
2:00.3, just .8 off his best time. His
only anxious moment came on the
first 50 yds., when Longstreth split
:26.5 on the butterfly leg, his
specialty, to take the lead.
Stickles Wins Big
Both Stickles and Hoosier soph
Cary Tremewan passed up Long-
streth on the backstroke leg,
though, and Stickles went on to
win by seven yds.
Troy took the early lead in the
Sunk Low
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY: 1. In-
diana (Tom Stock,Che Jastrem-
ski, Mike Troy, Tor Verth), .
Michigan. Time-3:36.1. (Breaks pool
record of 3:41.2 by Indiana (Frank
McKinney, Gerald Miki, Troy, Pete
Sintz), 1960. Stock's lead-off leg of
:54.6 breakspool record of :55.4 in.
100-yd. backstroke by McKinney,
1960.)
220-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Sintz (I),
2. Bill Darnton (M), 3. Alan Som-
ers (I). Tme-2:02..
50-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. DennisT P-
den (M), 2. Jim Kerr (M), 3. Tom
Hayden (I). Time-:22.5.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: .
Ted Stickles (I), 2. Cary Tremewan
(1), 3. Jeff Longstreth (M). Time-
2:00.3. (Breaks pool record of 2:06.6
by Fred Wolf, Michigan, 1960.)
3-METER DIVING: 1. Ron Jaco
(M),'2. Tom Dinsley (I), 3. Pete Cox
(M). Points-258.90.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY: 1. Troy (I),
2. Lary Schulhof (I), 3. Longstreth
(M). Time-i :57.5. (Breaks pool rec-
ord of 1:59.1 by 5Try, 1960)
100-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Vert (I),
2. Sintz (1), 3. Frank Berry (M).
Time-:50.1.
200-YID. BACKSTROKE: 1. Stock
(I), 2. Stickles (I), 3. Mike Reissing
(M). Time-1:59.1. (Breaks pool rec-
ord of 202.1 by McKinney, 1960.)
440-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Somers
(I), 2. Claude Thompson (I), 3. Roy
Burry (M). Time-4:22.0. (Breaks
poolrecord of 4:29.0 by Sintz, 1960.)
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE: 1. Jas-
tremski (I), 2. Nakasone (I), 3. Dick
Nelson (M). Time-2:13.7. (Breaks
pool record of 2:16.8 by Ron Clark,
Michigan, 1961.)
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY: 1.
Indiana (Frank Brunell, Verth,
Troy Sintz), 2. Michigan. Time-

--Daily-Bruce Taylor
TAKE YOUR PICK-This was one of the closest races and biggest shocks for the Wolverines yes-
terday. Here in the 100-yd. freestyle Indiana's Tom Verth (foreground) touches out teammate Pete
Sintz (second from right) in :50.1. Michigan's Frank Berry (third from right) touches out Jim Kerr
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200-yd. butterfly, but teammate'
Lary Schulhof, another sopho-
more, pulled up even with him
with one lap to go. Then Troy,
the American record-holder, had
enough left when he needed it to
edge Schulhof' in 1:57.5, only .6
off his record.
Enn Mannard edged Jeff Moore
for third in 2:02.8:
Stock, a sophomore, was easily
the class of the field in the 200-
yd. backstroke despite missing
three turns. He beat Stickles in
1:59.1, nearly three seconds off
his American record. Reissing
finished only two yds. back of
Stickles, who timed 2:02.5.
The 440 was a big disappoint-
ment for Darnton. Somers, hold-
er of the American citizen's rec-
ord, held off sophomore teammate
Claude Thompson's challenge at
300 yds. and won by two yds. in
4:22.0.
Burry Finishes Strong
But Michigan sophomore Roy
Burry passed Darnton at 400 yds.,
posting a personal best of 4:26.0
to take a third.
Jastremski swam another good
race in the 200-yd. breaststroke,
spurting along to a 2:13.7 clock-
ing to beat out Hoosier Ken Nak-
asone by three yds. Dick Nelson
was back another four yds. in
third place.
The 400-yd. freestyle relay was
the last straw for the Wolverines.
Floden led off in :50.3 to give
Michigan a half-yd. lead over
Frank Brunell, but Verth, Troy
and Sintz pulled out to a four-
yd. lead for Indiana at the finish.
Indiana's winning time of 3:20.3
was .1 off their best this year,
but Michigan's 3:23.1 was one of
its slowest.
Indiana Coach Jim Councilman,
who finally has agreed with every-
body else that his team is the best
in the history of collegiate swim-
ming, pointed out, "Gus has a
good, team, a lot better than it
showed. We were pointing for this
meet, but I was amazed that we
did so well."
Councilman can point toward
neyxt year, too. The only seniors
on the squad now are Sintz, Verth,
Brunell, and John Odusch in the
freestyle events and Troy and Dick
Kitchell in the butterfly.
This loss won't even dent the
Hoosiers strength, because the
freshman team is sending up Fred
Schmidt, world record-holder in
the 100-meter butterfly; Terry
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breaststroke; and Rick Gilbert in
the diving..
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UTICA--Red Berenson, one of
the greatest hockey players in
Michigan's history, has gone pro-
fessional.
Berenson left immediately after
yesterday afternoon's consolation
game to join the Montreal Cana-
diens in Boston. Berenson will play
the remaining four games of the
season for Montreal.
Under professional hockey rules
the player can playa maximum of
five games before he must sign a.
contract. The Michigan captain
does not know whether he will
sign for this season, which will
enable him to play in the Stanley
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ever, sign a contract Monday for
the season.
"This is the. chance of my life,"
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"Michigan certainly has been
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Berenson, who was voted the
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most goals in a season in last
Thursday's game against Clarkson.
Berenson has scored 43 goals this
season, breaking the existing rec-
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day by Montreal's head scout, Ken
Rearden. Berenson made his deci-
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