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FAME SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SWIMMERS SHINE:
AAU Meet Yields Best 'M' Times

Wolverines' Lascari
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By STU DEUTSCH
The AAU swim meet, which pro-
duced new records in all 14 events,
produced- the fastest times ever
swum by several Michigan tankers.
Ed Bartsch, the speedy sopho-
more backstroker, responded to
the terrific competitive pace by
producing a 53.5-second time for
the 100-yd. distance, for a new
varsity record, on Friday night.
The night before Bartsch swam
the 200-yd. distance in 1:58.5 sec-
onds, also a varsity record.
Bartsch Breaks Old Record
In the 100-yd. race Bartsch
broke the existing national rec-
ord, to the delight of Coach Gus
Stager, who called him "one of
the best backstrokers in the coun-
try and the world."
In addition to Bartsch, Bill Far-
ley of the freshman team also
qualified for the Pan-American
team by swimming the fastest time
he has ever posted. In the 1650-yd.
freestyle race, a new distance, he
posted a 16:59.7 time to take sec-
ond place behind another fresh-
man, Roy Saari of USC.
Frosh Do Well
Of other freshmen who compet-
ed, all did very well although not
qualifying for the finals, Dave
Roadhouse cut six seconds off his
fastest 200-yd. butterfly time by
swimming the distance in 2:02
seconds. He also cut 1.5 seconds
off his fastest 100-yd. time.
Rees Orland also produced his
fastest time ever in both the 100-
yd. and 200-yd. backstroke, while
Bill Spann did his best ever in the
200-yd. butterfly.
Dick Nelson, who formerly held
the American record in the 100-
yd. breaststroke, swam another

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fine race, but finished fourth be-
hind Chet Jastremski, who won
three races in record time, Bill
Craig and Ken Merten.
New Turn Used
In placing second in his race,
Bartsch surprised many people by
using a turn different from that
normally used by American swim-
mers.
Rugby, Chaps?
The Michigan Rugby Club
will h o 1 d an organizational
meeting today. Anyone inter-
ested in joining should come to
131 Business Administration
Bldg. at 8 p.m.
Swimming rules state that a
backstroker must remain on his
back until his hand hits the edge
of the pool, at which time he can
turn however he desires. Using a
turn developed in Australia and
used by the 100-yd. champion in
the 1960 Olympic games, Bartsch
was half-way over on his side be-
fore hitting the wall. However the
left side of his back stayed in the
water.
After hitting the wall, he went
into a quick somersault under
water and returned down the pool.
Almost Disqualified
On his third turn, at the 75-yd.
mark, a judge at the side of the
pool questioned his turn, with a
view to possibly disqualifying him.
However, the judge directly above
Bartsch saw that his back was
still in the water, and didn't dis-
qualify him.
It was the first time that Bart-
sch had used the turn this year in
a meet.

Bill Farley also used some strat-
egy to good advantage in placing
himself on the Pan-Am team.
In the preliminaries there are
five heats for each event. The
fifth heat is usually the fastest
one, and also is an advantage to
the swimmers because they know
what time they will have post to
qualify, since the entrants to the
finals are determined by time, not
place within a heat.
To qualify for the fifth heat,
and so gain the advantage, Farley
swam a race at Michigan and had
the time certified. Stager, how-
ever, left the certifications in Ann
Arbor, and so the time was ques-
tioned by several coaches, includ-
ing former women's Olympic
coach George Haines.
Haines was so sure that Farley's

time was off that he offered a
mock bet of $10, and then raised
it to $50. Naturally, no actual bet
was made, and Farley was allowed
to swim in the fifth heat.
Memorial to Speed
In the fourth heat, Tysuoshi
Yamanaka swam the distance in
17:09 seconds. Quickly Haines
"called off" the mock bet. But
when Farley placed second with
his extremely fast time, Haines
presented Stager with a photo-
graphed five-dollar bill. It is now
framed and kept in the coach's
office, with the words "Never
doubt" underneath it.
The bill makes a fine memorial
to an excellent performance by
several Michigan swimmers, in-
cluding Pan-Am members Bartsch
and Farley.

Michigan gymnast Arno Lascari'
was one of seven named this week-
end to represent the United States
in the Pan American Games at
Sao Paulo, Brazil this April and
May.
Lascari became the youngest
college gymnast ever to represent
the U. S. in the games in the
trials at the Merchant Marine
Academy in Kings Point, N. Y.
Just two weeks before, he had
taken three firsts in the Big Ten
meet at East Lansing.

The other six members of the
team are Ab Grossfeld, formerly
of Ohio State, Fred Orlofsky, of
Southern Illinois, Gar O'Quinn of
the Military Academy, Don Torny,
Jay Werner, and Jamile Ashmore.
Orlofsky will be one of Lascari's
main antagonists this weekend in
the NCAA tourney at Pittsburgh.
The women's team is composed
of Muriel Grossfeld, Marie Walter,
Dale McClements, Doris Fuchs,
Andrea Tieber, Janis Dunham, and
Kathleen Corrigan.

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