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February 14, 1961 - Image 9

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nmers Swamp Michigan State,

Win In I=M

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to win a fast butterfly race in
In the 50, the favored Legacki
simply could not make up the dis-
tance lost in a bad start which
found him back on his heels at
the gun.
Steuart won a fast 200-yd. free-
style race beating out teammate
Dick -Brackett. Darnton finzhed
third but was disqualified because

... takes second in diving

Pulling down the rebounds made
the difference, as Gomberg de-
feated Williams, 39-21, in resi-
dence halls "B' basketball.
In another "B" game Winchell
stalled a last minute scoring burst
by Kelsey and downed them, 30-
In the other five games last
night, all "B" games, Adams edged
Allen Rumsey, 30-28, Taylor
squeeked by with a 21-20 victory
over Van Tyne, Wenley downed
Cooley, 38-15, and Lloyd and Hay-
den sunk their opponents, Ander-
son and Strauss, respectively, 34-
29, and 46-41.
Most of the teams played good
close man to man defense, by the
low scores.
Residence Hall 'B
Adams 30, Allen Rumsey 28
Taylor 21, Van Tyne 20
Wenley 38, Cooley 15
Lloyd 34, Anderson \29
Winchel 30, Kelsey 26
Gomberg 39, Williams 21
Hayden 46, Strauss 41
IU Freshman
Breaks Mark
varsity swimmers defeated Pur-
due 63-39 yesterday, then rooted
freshman Tom Stock to the first
sub-two-minute performance ever
recorded in the 200-yard' back-
The 18-year-old Stock, from
Bloomington, Ill., flailed the dis-
tance in 1:59.9.
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he missed his turn at 200 yards.
Mattson, the promising sophomore
outstroked Wolf and Gaxiola in
the backstroke.
Clark trailed in the breastroke
race until the 175 yard mark. Den-
nis Ruppart of Michigan State
barely nosed out Michigan's Dick
Nelson for second place. Nelson
led the pack at 100 yards and,
finished in 2:21.3 to Ruppart's
Nelson, a sophomore swimming
in varsity competition for the first
time, is the American record
holder for the 100-yd. breaststroke.
Swimming that distance in the
medley relay, he made up 15 feet
on his opponent.
This Friday brings the long-
awaited showdown. for Big Ten
swimming supremacy between In-
diana and the Wolverines. Last
year, Indiana won the dual meet
between the two teams but Michi-
gan won the ,Big Ten champion-
ship and finished second to South-
ern California in the NCAA
championships while the Hoosiers
finished third.

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