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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. WED SDAY3.....#

incinnati Again Tops Basketball Poll

Annual Michigan Swim Gala
Features Trampoline, Diving

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By The Associated Press

he unbeaten Cincinnati Bear-
are getting their second
d in their bid for a third
ight national college basket-
championship.
'amed No. 1 in the Associated
ss poll for the tenth straight
k Tuesday, Coach Ed Juckers
msive specialists shattered
idea that they might be grow-
stale by trouncing Drake 71-
he victory Monday night over
;eam that had carried the
mps into overtime five days
ier was the 18th in a row for
Bearcats this season and the
i straight without defeat over
wo-year span.
Ithough holding a strong edge
second place Loyola of Chi-

cago, also undefeated in 20 games
Cinncinnati's Coach Jucker was
keeping his fingers crossed.-
"We've still got games left with
Bradley, Witchita, North Texas
State, Tulsa and St. Louis," Juck-
er said. "In this Missouri Valley
Conference anybody can beat you."
The Bearcats have six games
left on the regular schedule. After
playing host to Bradley Saturday,
they take on Wichita, North Texas
State, Tulsa, Xavier of Ohio and
St. Louis in that order.'
Then they plunge into the
NCAA tournament, where they
may clash with high-scoring Loy-
ola. The Chicago team also has
six games left, with Wichita
March 2 apparently the toughest.
Cincinnati received 42 of the 44

first place votes from a special
panel of sports writers and broad-
casters in The Associated Press
poll and amassed 430 points on
'M' Club
There will be a meeting of
the undergraduate 'M' Club to-
night at 9:00 in room 3G of the
Michigan Union. Guest speak-
ers will be Roger Zatkoff and
a member of the Detroit Lions.
the basis of ten for a first place
vote, nine for second, etc.
Loyola continued to hold off
Duke with 378 points compared
with 303 for the Blue Devils from
Durham, N.C., while Illinois, Ari-

zona State, and Georgia Tech each
preserved their excellent records
and managed to maintain their
fourth-fifth-sixth positions. This
means that all of the top six from
last week remain unchanged.
Stanford, however, dropped three
positions down to tenth from sev-
enth after absorbing a 49-48 loss
at the hands of Washington.
Colorado climbed 'up on notch
into the spot vacated by Stanford.
Both the Wichita and Mississippi
State teams moved up also. They
now occupy the number eight and
number nine spots, respectively.
The top ten with first place
votes in parentheses (records bas-
ed on games through Saturday,
Feb. 2):

W L Pts.
17 0 438

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Cincinnati (42)
Loyola of
Chicago (1)
Duke (1)
Illinois
Arizona State
Georgia Tech
Colorado
Mississippi State
Wichita
Stanford

20
15
12
16
16
12
14
14
12

0
2
2
2
1
3
4
5
4

378
393
291
204
203
125
98
66
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By BILL BULLARD
The 28th annual Michigan Swim
Gala, an event billed as a show
as well as a meet, gets underway
at 8 p.m. Friday night.
There will be two main features
of the Gala. One consists of tram-
polining, tower diving and comedy
diving. The other is a dual meet
between the freshmen and the
varsity.
Stars of the trampoline act are
diving coach Dick Kimball and

Ed Cole, former NCAA trampoline
champion. This was the same pair
that was such a success giving a
halftime show at a recent basket-
ball game.
Divers Assist
Kimball and Cole will be assist-
ed on the trampoline and in the
diving acts by the Wolverine div-
ers. Freshmen Bruce Brown, John
White, and Greg Smith will par-
ticipate as well as veteran divers

Others receiving votes, alpha-
betically: Auburn, Bradley, Drake,
Holy Cross, Iowa State, Kentucky,
LaSalle, Miami, Fla., Niagara,
North Carolina, Notre Dame, NYU,
Ohio State, Oregon State, Provi-
dence, Seattle, St. Joseph's, Pa.,
Texas, UCLA, Utah State, Wake
Forest, West Virginia.

SHOWDOWN COMING:
Dual Sanction Renews
Track and Field Uproar

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SWEATER

By The Associated Press
A showdown may be developing
between rival forces in U.S. track
and field over the current hot spot
in their prolonged dispute --dual
sanctioning.
At issue is official sanctions
given by both the Amateur Ath-
letic Union and the college-backed
U.S. Track and Field Federation
to the Los Angeles Times indoor
meet Saturday night.
USTFF sanction was sent to the
meet director Tuesday in the
wake of the Big Six Conference's
refusal to allow its athletes to
compete in the games unless it
was sanctioned by the federation.
Aftermath
As an aftermath, Col. Don Hull,
executive director of the AAU,
said in Washington that the AAU
would have to withdraw its sanc-
tion of the Times meet if USTFF
sanction was accepted. Hull's ex-
planation was that under interna-
tional rules which govern the

AAU, there can be only one sanc-
tioning body for open meets -
those involving both student and
non-student athletes.
William Russell, president of the
USTFF, said in 'Inglewood, Calif.,
that his group's sanctioning of the
forthcoming meet was under the
provisions ofthe MacArthur Plan
agreed upon in New York Jan.
18-19.
Two Agencies
"Under the MacArthur Plan,"
said Russell, "two agencies were
recognized to administer track
and field-the USTFF for student
athletes and the AAU for non-
students.
"The area of dispute now is in
open meets . . . Our view is that
both agencies should sanction
these meets, theirs is that only
they should sanction.
"We feel it is our prerogative to
sanction meets for student ath-
letes-not stifling competion."

Pete Cox, Paul Attar, Ed Booth-
man, and John Candler.
Also scheduled to demonstrate
their diving abilities are two of
Coach Rose Marie Dawson's divers
from her national women's col-
legiate swimming championship
team. Micki King from Pontiac,
Michigan is the women's national
collegiate diving champion. June
Mori from Toyko, Japan is a jun-
ior NAAU Tower diving champion
champion.
Man-Sized Job
The freshman swimmers have
already beaten a combined junior-
senior team and a promising soph-
omore group. But it is question-
able whether the freshmen can
defeat all three classes combined
as the varsity.
Bob Farley is the leading fresh-
man swimmer. He has been an
NAAU finalist in two distance
events. In the meet between the
freshmen and the junior-seni-r
team, he won the 200-yd. freestyle
over varsity swimmers Frank Berry
and John Dumont. Freshman
teammate Richard Walls was sec-
ond. Farley's time of 1:49.9 is
under the current varsity record,
Another First
Farley also took a first in the
500-yd. freestyle. His time of 5:15.0
is within two seconds of the var-
sity record. Walls won the 100-yd.
freestyle in 49.2, the fastest time
for that distance in an individual
event recorded by a Michigan
swimmer this season.
He also anchored the freshman
400-yd. freestyle relay and was
clocked at' 48.9 for his 4100 yards.
The other members of the team
were Bob Bond, Dave Roadhouse;
and Bob Hoag. They defeated the
team of Warren Uhler, John Du-
mont, Frank Berry and Steve
Thrasher by .5 of a second.
Hoag was victorious in the 50-
yd. freestyle with Thrasher second.
and Roadhouse third. Geoff D'Atri
won the 200-yd. individual medley
but will have to swim about three
seconds faster than he did then
to beat varsity and pool record-
holder Lanny Reppert. He and
R. Orland will also have a rough
time in the 200-yd. backstroke
against Ed Bartsch and Mike Reis-
sing.
Tough Competition
Roadhouse will have tough com-
petition in the 200-yd. butterfly
against veterans Jeff Moore and
Jeff Longstreth. In the junior-
senior meet, Roadhouse was third.
The 400-yd. medley relay team of
Reissing, Dick Nelson, Moore, and
Uhler should be able to beat the
freshman team of Lynn Ver-
meulen, Spann, Heusen, and'Rich-
ard Abineri again even without
sophomore replacements.

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