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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,JANUARY14,
MichiganTankers Down Purdue, 56-4.
erationlls

By BILL BULLARD
Michigan swimmers posted a
routine 56-41 victory over Purdue
yesterday in the first dual meet of
the season at the varsity pool.
Purdue won only two individual
events but picked up 16 points over
Michigan in the two relays. The
Wolverines were disqualified in
both races when the last man of
each relay team left the starting
block before his teammate hit the
end of the pool. Purdue would have
won the freestyle relay anyway but
the Boilermakers medley team was
second until the Michigan dis-
qualification put them in first
place.
Wins Diving
John Vogel, National AAU
champion, was first in the 3-meter
diving event by less than four
points over Wolverine Ron Jaco.
Boilermakers Drowned
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY: 1. Pur-
due (Burke, Baker, Beese, Disder-
dick), Michigan (Wolf, Nelson,
Longstreth, Thrasher) disqualified.
Time-4 :09.37.
220-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Uhler
(M), 2. Dumont (M), 3. Inpyn (P).
Time-2:10.80.
50-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Fryer (P),
2. Hirst (P), 3. Reilly (M). Time-
:23.95.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY:
1. Lundin (M), 2. Rodes (M), 3. Nel-
son (P). Time-2:23.71.
3-METER DIVING: 1. Vogel (P);
2. Jaco (M), 3. Attar (M). Points-
270.15.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY: 1. Shaefer
(M), 2. Mannard (M), 3. Nelson (P).
Time-2:08.88.
100-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Bowler
(M), 2. Hirst (P), 3. Inpyn (P).
Time-:53.38.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE: 1. Reis-
sing (M), 2. Burke (F), 3. Rodes
(M). Time-2:04.89.
440-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Burry
(M), 2. Pendleton (M), 3. Beese (P).
Time-4:36.60.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE: 1. Bo-
dolay (M), 2. Hinnen (M), 3. Baker
(P). Time-2:23.17.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY: I.,
Purdue (Hirst, Disderdick, Fryer,
Inpyn), Michigan (Reilly, Damm,
Lundin, Nelson) disqualified. Time
-3:38.90.

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The Boilermaker had 270.15 points
to Jaco's 266.75. Paul Attar of
Michigan placed third with 226.2
points. Diving in exhibition for
Michigan was Pete Cox with 250.75
points.
The only other Purdue first
place was Mike Fryer in the 50-
yard freestyle race with Boiler-
maker Jim Hirst taking second.
Purdue placed a swimmer in sec-
ond place in two other events.
Nears Record
Mike Reissing turned in the best
performance of the meet by almost
breaking Fred Wolf's varsity 200-
yd. backstroke record. His time of
2.04.89, recorded by the automatic
timing device, was very close to
Wolf's mark of 2:04.4. Wolf did not
swim in the backstroke race but
swam backstroke in the medley
relay.
In the 200-yd. butterfly event,
sophomores Bob Shaefer and Ern
Mannard swam good races for
Michigan. Shaefer led from the
start and took first place with a
late burst of speed as Mannard
almost caught up to him in the
last 50 yards. Winning time was
2:08.88.
Michigan took first and second
places in both freestyle distance
races. Warren Uhler and John
Dumont slammed the 200-yd. free-
style event. Roy Burry and Win
Pendleton shut Purdue out of the
two top places in the 440-yd. free-
style.
More Sweeps
Similarly Jon Lundin and Bob
Rodes in the 220-yd. individual
medley and Jerry Bodolay and
Mike Hinnan in the 200-yd. breast-
stroke kept the Boilermakers be-
low second place. Lauren Bowler
was another winner as he was first
in the 100-yd. freestyle sprint.
An exhibition 400-yd. freestyle
relay between three Michigan
teams was captured by four fresh-
men.- Jim Riutta from Flint, John
Johnson from Grosse Pointe, and
Tom Burns and Lanny. Reppert
from Pennsylvania were the win-
ners. They defeated a second place
team of Lauren Bowler, Bill Darn-
ton, Steve Thrasher, and Frank
Berry and'a third place team of Ed
Bartsch, Lee Corby, Jim Kerr, and
Dennis Floden.
Big Ten Scores
SWIMMING
Michigan State 75, Illinois 30
Michigan State 75, Iowa 30
(Double dual meet)
Ohio State 60, Minnesota 41
No. Central (Ill.) 68, Northwestern 34
WRESTLING
Iowa 17, Northwestern 9
Michigan State 14, Indiana 14 (tie)
Minnesota 19, Kansas State 7
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BRIEF MOMENT OF GLORY FOR PURDUE-The Boilermakers led briefly at the start of the meet,
taking advantage of a Michigan disqualification in the medley relay as Steve Thrasher (back to cam-
era) left the block before Jeff Longstreth touched the end of the pool. The hosting 'M' team even-
tually won, 56-41.

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