THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THIRD STRAIGHT WIN:
Mermaids Conquer Toronto
500-yd. freestyle event there are
an extra five turns during which
the swimmer might slow down or
speed himself up. Although this
factor didn't prove too important
in the meet because of Michigan's 1
overwhelming strength, in a close
meet it could be the deciding fac-
Bad for Divers
A greater handicap associated1
with the pool is its diving board.
Al modern diving boards have a
fulcrum arrangement which en-
ables the diver to adjust the spring
of the board to his own taste. Wis-
Most pools are also extremely
deep at the diving platform, and
provide at least ten feet of water+
Wisconsin's pool is only seven feet
deep. For a diver who is used to
allowing himself to dive deep, thei
shallow water can result in an
injury. Or, simply by knowing that
the water isn't as deep as it should
be, he can be forced to change his
style and destroy his form.
Duck Your Head
And a diver needs head room,
room to maneuver in. At Wiscon-
sin, the divers are constantly in
danger of hitting the ceiling if
they spring too high. However.
even with all these handicaps, tie
Wolverine divers finished 1-2, al-
though with comparatively low
There were other slight discom-
forts for the team at the game.
The locker room in which they
dressed was a curtained-off area
among the women's lockers.
Next year, when the new pool
is completed, most of these dis-
comforts will have disappeared.
However, new discomforts will
take their place. One of the sur-
prises Wisconsin showed Coach
Stager was its freshman team,
which numbers among its mem-
bers some of the fastest swim-
mers in the Big Ten
Unfortunately, Michigan need
not wait until next year for dis-
comfort. On Friday the Blue swim
against Indiana at Bloomington.
Indiana is generally recognized as
having the strongest swim team
of all time, and Coach Stager has
admitted that Michigan has only
an outside chance to upset them.
However, Stager preferred to
leave a few of his better swim-
mers in Ann Arbor to work out
and get ready for the rapidly ap-
proaching Indiana, Ohio State,
Michigan State, and Big Ten
meets. Also, Stager wanted some
of the younger swimmers to gain
experience under meet conditions
in order to aid their development
and to prepare them for the later
meets this year.
Among those left in Ann Arbor
were backstrokers Mike Reissing
and Ed Bartsch, breaststrokers
Dick Nelson and Geza Bodolay,
individual medleyist Lannie Rep-
pert, and divers Pete Cox and Ed
Michigan Union Cafeteria
Ann Arbor Swim Club swamped
Toronto Etobecoke 56-39 last Sun-
day and captured three of the four
,relay firsts at the Toronto Tele-
gram Relays Saturday night.
The dual meet victory over Eto-
becoke was the Club's third in as
many attempts. Now only the
Cleveland Swim Club stands be-
tween the locals and the cham-
pionship of the Midwestern Swim-
Coach Rose Mary Dawson's
swimmers won't have a chance to
tackle the tough Cleveland team
for almost a month. The impor-
tant coming meet is the State AAU
Championships to be held in the
Women's Pool on February 23-24.
Only two swimmers will be com-
peting this weekend. Nancy Wager
is participating in the Junior Na-
tional Championships in Flint.
Donna Conglin travels to Mon-
treal for the Canadian Pan-
American Trials. She is going to
enter the 100-yd. backstroke and
a distance freestyle event.
Ann Arbor's crack 400-yd. free-
style relay team of Cynthia, Os-
good, Suzy Thrasher, Pam Swart,
and Peggi Wirth took a first.
Marilyn Corson substituted for
Miss Osgood in the 400-yd. but-
terfly relay and that team also
was first. Swart, Wirth, Conklin,
and Margaret House won the 400-
yd. backstroke relay.
The Ann Arbor swimmers won
eight of the 11 events against
Etobecoke. Miss Thrasher and Miss
Swart each won two events. Micki
King took the diving title.
By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - The Montreal
Canadiens sent Gordon (Red)
Berenson back to Hull-Ottawa of
the Eastern Professional Hockey
The center, a graduate of the
University of Michigan, started
the season with the National
Hockey League club and was
shipped to the EPHL in December.
He was recalled by the Canadiens
following injuries to Bernie Geof-
frion and Don Marshall.
* * *
TORONTO-A physician remov-
ed a cast Tuesday from the in-
jured left hand of Detroit Red
Wings goalie Terry Sawchuk and
said Sawchuk probably would be
able to resume practice in about
PHOENIX, Ariz-Arnold Pal-
mer muscled his way to a 2-under-
par 70 Tuesday to win the rain-
plagued $35,000 Phoenix Open
Golf Tournament by one stroke
over Gary Player.
Palmer finished the 72-hole
tourney in 15-under-par 273.
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