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Tankers Fall to Gophers, 54-5


yd. lead over Michigan's Lanny
Reppert. The pair churned up and
back the length of the pool twice
as the partisan crowd, somewhat
fearful of the impending outcome,
rose to its feet in a deafening
roar. But Reppert lost about two
yds. to his opponent.
Down went the relay team;
down went the swim team; and
down went Michigan swimming
It was a disappointed, rather
quiet Coach Stager following the
Michigan led all the way in the
opening 400-yd. medley relay until
Jackman made up about two yds.
on Steve Thrasher to put the
Gophers into the lead, setting a
pool record of 3:37.8 in the proc-
New Event
Minnesota's Allen, by winning
the 200-yd. freestyle, a new event
this year (it was 220 yds. last
year), set a new pool record of
Michigan took the next three
events, however, and grabbed a
fshort-lived 25-23 lead. Reppert,

swimming a 2:05.7 for the 200-yd.
individual medley, set both pool
and varsity records.
But then came a big disappoint-
ment. The 200-yd. butterfly turn-
ed into a 1-2 finish for Minnesota,
with Wolverine Jeff Moore only
gaining the third position. The
winner in that event was sopho-
more Walt Richardson, regarded
as a tremendous prospect, and sec-
ond place went to Ray Ellis.
Jackman and another promising
sophomore, Mike Stauffer, then
proceeded to sweep the first two
spots in the 100-yd. freestyle. This
gave the Gophers a commanding
39-27 lead.
But the Wolverines were not
about to give up. Ed Bartsch swam
to a first in the 200-yd. back-
stroke and teammate Mike Reis-
sing came in a close third.
Pool Record
Roy Burry and John Dumont
then garnered a sweep of the 500-
yd. freestyle, formerly the 440, and
thereby set a pool record of 5:13.1.
Breaststroker Dick Nelson then
gained revenge over Minnesota's
Virgil Luken who out-touched him

in last year's NSAA meet as Nel-
son won by a couple of yards.
Luken, in turn, just came on strong
enough to edge Michigan's Geza
Bodolay for second. Bodolay, who
even beat out Nelson two weeks '
ago in the Purdue meet, could
have wrapped up the meet for the
Blue team if he had placed second.
Tellig Blow
Perhaps Gopher coach and ex-
Michigan swim star Bob Mower-
son struck a telling blow in the
meet by a last-minute switch. He
pulled old reliable Jackman out
of the usual 50-yd. freestyle and
instead put him in the medley re- 1
lay. You get eight points for a
first in a relay; only five for any
other first.
That Jackman
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. Min-
nesota (Erickson, Luken, Richardson,
Jackman); 2. Michigan (Bartsch,
Nelson, Longstreth, Thrasher). Time
-3:37.8 (Pool record).
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Ralph
Allen (Minn); 2. Frank Betry
(Mich); 3. John Dumont (Mich).
Time-i1:50.6 (new event-pool rec-
50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Jim Riut-
ta (Mich); 2. Don Estes (Minn); 3.
Tom Burns (Mich). Time-:22.7.
1. Lantz Reppert (Mich); 2. Bill Mi-
Iota (Minn); 3. Bud Peterson
(Minn). Time-2:05.7 (Varsity and
pool records).
DIVING-1. Ed Boothman (Mich);
2. Frank Oman (Minn); 3. John
Candler (Mich). Points-230.4.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Richard-
son (Minn); 2. Ray Ellis (Minn);
3. Jeff Moore (Mich). Time-1:59.5.
100-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Jackman
(Minn); 2. Stauffer (Minn); 3.
Thrasher (Mich). Time-:48.5 (pool
200 - YD. BACKSTROKE - i.
Bartsch (Mich); 2. Erickson (Minn);
3. Mike Reissing (Mich). Time -
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Roy Bur-
ry (Mich); 2. Dumont (Mich); 3.
Jay Johnson (Minn). Time-5:13.1
(New event-pool record).
Nelson (Mich); 2. Luken (Minn); 3.
Geza Bodolay (Mich). Time-2:18.8.
Minnesota (John Bergman, Stauffer,
Allen. Jackman); 2. Michigan
(Thrasher, Berry, Burns, Reppert).
Time-3:18.1 (pool record).




GOPHER FLASH - Minnesota's amazing Steve Jackman was
instrumental in last night's 54-51 defeat of Michigan. Jackman
won the 108-yd. freestyle and anchored both winning relays.
Jackman holds the record in both the Big Ten and NCAA 100-yd.
and 50-yd. freestyle.

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Theology 102-Fundamentals of the Catholic Faith'
This course will treat the fundamental points
of religion and the basic doctrines of the
Christian faith. It is open to anyone and
everyone, Catholic and non-Catholic alike.
Time: Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m.
2-4-8 p.m.
Text: Handbook of the Catholic Faith
Instructor: Msgr. John F. Bradley
Theology 201-The Foundations of Christianity
Presents the preambles of Christian belief. The
Natureand Existence of God. The spiritual
nature' f men. The meafiing and possibility
of Revelation and Miracles. The life of
Christ. The Foundation of the Church.
Time: Monday at 2-4-7 p.m.-
Text: The Foundations of Christian Belief
Instructor: Rev. Alexander J. Brunett
Miss Carol Kurth
Theology 302-Studies in Sacred Scripture
The Mystery of Jesus. An Introduction to the
4 Gospels. Eternal and internal evidence for
the life of Christ. The Biblical significance
of the life of Christ.
Time: Thursday at 1-3-7 p.m.
Text: A Guide to Reading the Bible
Instructors: Rev. Alexander J. Brunett
Mr. Robert Reider
Philosophy 102-Scholastic Philosophy
A survey of Modern and Contemporary
philosophical thought in comparison with
Thomistic principles.
Time: Monday at 8 p.m.
Text: Makers of the Modern Mind-Neill
Instructor: Mr. Ed Hurley
Philosophy 202-Philosophical Issues in Social Sciences
Discussion of Christian Philosophical principles
in relation to contemporary psychological and
sociological issues, such as determinism and
free will, cultural relatively and religious
Time: Tuesday, at 7 p.m.
Text: The Third Revolution-Karl Stern
Instructor: Mr. Donald Warwick
History 101-History of the Primitive Church
Traces the growth of the infant Church from
the time of the apostles through the 4th
century. The Persecutions. The Development
of the Sacramental rites. Early Christian Art.
Time: Tuesday at 1-3-7 p.m.
Text: The Church of the Apostles and

Easil Beat
Special To The Daily
PRINCETON, N. J.-Michigan's
swimming team trounced Prince-
ton, 63-32, here Saturday night
for their second straight dual
meet victory of the season.
This impressive win was chalked
up despite two Wolverine dis-
qualifications. Geza Bodolay fin-
ished first in the 200-yd. breast-
stroke but was disqualified as was
Jeff Longstreth in the 200-yd.
Princeton, however, was forced
to compete in the meet without
star breaststroker Gardiner Green.
The standout senior was second at
100 yds. and third at 200 yds.,
both times immediately behind
Wolverine Dick Nelson, at the 1962
NCAA Meet. Because of Green's
sickness, Princeton lost valuable
help in the 200-yd. breaststroke
and in the medley relay.
Four Michigan varsity records
were broken along with four pool
records. Sophomore Ed Bartsch
set a varsity record of 2:01.2 in
the 200-yd. backstroke but took a
second place to NCAA finalist Jed
Graef who set a pool record of
Captain John Dumont and Roy
Burry created new varsity and
pool records in the 200- and 500-
yd. freestyle events, respectively,
There were automatic records be-
cause this is the first season that
these distances have been regular
Michigan's 400-yd. medley relay
team of Ec Bartsch, Dick Nelson,
Jeff L o n g s t r e t h, and Steve
Thrasher was clocked at 3:39.6 for
new varsity and1 pool records.
An outstanding performance
that didn't break a record was
Jeff Moore's time of 2:02 6 in the
200-yd. butterfly. This was only
about a second off his best time
o flast season when he qualified
for the Big Ten finals where he
eventually finished fourth.


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