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,H 1965

PAGE- SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY; MARC

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Tankers Aim

To Dethrone Hoosiers

1. Counting your riches?
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.I thought you were loaded.
I have exactly a dollar
thirty-two and three pages
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5. Didn't you tell him tusks
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demonstrate a more sensible
attitude toward money before
he'd shell out anything
above the subsistence level.

2. How so?
The way I figure it,I can
hardly afford to wake up
tomorrow morning.
4. Call your dad. He always
conmes through.
Not since he found out
about that pair of elephant
tusks I bought for $198.50
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By JIM LaSOVAGE

at the 55th annual meet, to be lays-the
held in Madison on March 4-6. 800-yard

400-yarder and a new
version. In these races.
will be battling almost

going to regain the crown they lost According to swimming coach i
to the Hoosiers in 1961. they will Gus Stager, Indiana will have a
have some dethroning to do, be- definite advantage because their'
cause Indiana isn't ready to adbi- strong points are in the events
cate. in which Michigan is lacking in
T e.depth. As an added disadvantage,
To recapture sthe Big Tenetitle the Spartans are strong in the
challenge of defending champion same events as Michigan, the free-
Indiana, and Michigan State willstlraewih ilmket
Indianahandto crgant a ltle even tougher for the Wolverines to
be on hand to create a little grab points.
more trouble.g
Seven Freestyle
These three squads should pre- Of the 18 events scheduled,
sent the bulk of the competition seven are freestyle. Two are re-s
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exclusively with State for the top
spots. Northwestern's Rich Abra-
hams, defending 50-yard cnamp.
is the only challenger for first in
any of the freestyle events who is
not a member of one of the top
three teams.
He and Michigan's Bill Groft
have turned in the fastest times
in dual meet competition this sea-
son in the Big Ten. But MSU has
three contenders in Gary Dilley,
Darryle Kifer. and Jim MacMillan,
all of whom are within :00.6 sec-
ond of the leaders.
No Variety
In the 100-. 200-. and 500-yard
variations and the relays the same
names appear two and three times.
Michigan is relying on Bob Hoag,
Groft, Bill Farley, and Rich Walls,
with Carl Robie standing by in
case of emergency. The Spartans
will go with Kifer, Dilley, Mac-
Millan, Ken Walsh, and Ed Glick.1
Farley is almost a sure bet to
repeat his win in 1500-yard event
for Michigan, and Stager feels
that with the depth he canchoose
from, the Wolverines can take the
800-yard relay. However, the
Spartans, having topped t h e
American record for the 400 yards,
are virtually unchallenged for at
least that first place.

that-Larson's specialty. ley leading the pack, after bet- seconds ahead of the nearest chal-
Besides Larson, the Michigan tering the American record for lenger, the Hoosiers.
trio will have to contend with 100 yards last weekend. Ed Records To Fall
Olympic' champion Ken Sitzberger Bartsch, the veteran Wolverine Records are expected to fall in
of Indiana and his NCAA chain- ace, and Hoosier Pete Hammer, almost every event. In the dual
pion teammate, Rick Gilbert. offer his strongest opposition. meet season, five conference marks
Hoosiers Have Depth Bartsch is backed up by Russ Kin- were surpassed, three by Michigan.
In the rest of the events, butter- gery, whose times are not far be- Scheerer eclipsed the old 200-yard
fly, backstroke, breaststroke, and hind the leaders. breaststroke mark, Farley erased
the medley races, Indiana seems to Only Hope the 500-freestyle record, and a
have more depth than any one Paul Scheerer is Michigan's only 400-yard medley relay team com-
else, but Michigan has "an ace in hope in the breaststroke races, and posed of Kingery, Tom O'Malley,
every event" as Stager puts it. Stager thinks he'll have to break Scheerer, and Walls knocked off
Robie, a butterfly specialist, is the existing NCAA record to win. the third Big Ten record.
the ace in this stroke His main Indiana's third Olympian, Tom MSU claims the other two
threat is his Olympic teammate Tretheway, is the big threat, with marks. Walsh exceeded the 200-
f r o m Indiana, Fred Schmidt. teammate Art Smith. The Hoos- yard freestyle time, and the free-
Schmidt touched out Robie when iers' depth is at its best in this style relay team of Dilley, Walsh,
the two met in a dual meet in Ann event with Dick Schaible and Pete Kifer and MacMillan chopped over
Arbor. but the championship races Anderson also going for top spots. five seconds off the old confer-
are still up for grabs. Only Wisconsin's Bob Blanchard ence mark.
Robie, in addition to the but- can hope to take a few points Stager and Kimball will take a
terfly, has recorded the swiftest from the Hoosiers. squad of three divers and 13-or
time of the season in the 200-yard Michigan's 400-yard medley re- 14 swimmers. Under Big Ten rules,
individual medley, a full :01.4 sec- lay team winds up the schedule as the combined members of the
onds faster than his nearest com- another favorite, having bettered team can enter up to 40 events,
petitior. Michigan also has Tom the present Big Ten record in the and an individual is allowed to
Williams and John Vry in the IM. dual meet aginast Indiana. The swim three individual races and
The backstroke finds MSU's Dil- Wolverines' effort is fully :05.5 one relay, or two of each.
WAKA BAYSHI LEADS WCHA:
Erratik'M' lers End Season

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Extra Points By P. C. DEAN Those two points over the week- kota swept the first series 7-3
Coach Dick Kimball's divers end gave Mel his margin of vic- and 4-2. The Wolverines quickly
could also add valuable points for What's five feet six inches tall, tory as North Dakota wing Dennis rebounded and, in turn, swept the
the Maize and Blue. He figures weighs 150 pounds, and is a league Hextall scored seven points in the M-D series, 6-5 in another sudden
that Ed Boothman, an NCAA run- leading scorer? last week of the season to finish death overtime fingernail-chewer,
nerup, and Bruce Brown can do The "Bill Buntin" of a midget with 28. and 4-2.
no worse than fifth, and he has basketball team you say. No, it's As Michigan hockey coach Al Inspiration
high hopes of higher finishes. Greg Mel Wakabayashi, leading scorer Renfrew analysed it, "He deserved Inspired by this sweep Michigan
Shuff will make the trip as the in the Western Collegiate Hockey it, because he didn't play on as traveled to Colorado College to
third. Wolverine diver. And the Association. strong a team as some of the resume league play. "We played
high hones are not unfounded. Michigan's "Mighty Mite" pick- other ones. We moved his wings our finest hockey against Colo-
Brown defeated NCAA champ ed up two assists in last weekend's around and it didn't seem to rado College," said coach Renfrew,
Randy Larson of Ohio State in series with Michigan Tech to give bother him. That proved his abil- "We had good momentum and we
a dual meet two weeks ago. He him 13 goals and 17 assists in ity." came back strong both nights."
won on the three-meter board, at conference play for the season. Not as Well The Blue swept their second
Unfortunately the rest of the s
Wolverines did not fare as well The win streak claimed its fifth
1NN ARBOR' S NEWEST BOOKSTORE as Mel. Coach Al Renfrew reflect- straight victim when on January
-- - -ed. "They were inexperienced to 27 the Wolverines smashed MSU
begin with, but on any given night at East Lansing, 6-3.
they could play well enough to Michigan regained fourth, and
t r rbeat any team in the league. How- evened their season's record with
ever, more often than not they State in the February 17th re-
made mistakes which got them match. In that 7-2 win, Mel Waka-
behind and they didn't have the bayashi scored four assists in what
scoring unch to come back.
V. coach Renfrew considered one. of

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They finished with a 13-12-1
overall record, 7-11 in WCHA
play.
The defending national cham-
pion icemen, hurt severly by grad-
uations, started slowly last Novem-
ber with a 7-4 loss to Chatham
Juniors, and a 5-5 tie with the
University of Western Ontario.
December saw them return home
to the Coliseum where, they split
two WCHA series with Minnesota
and Denver. The first Denver
game was a real thriller as the
Blue rallied in sudden death over-
time to beat the Pioneers 3-2.
Best in the East
During Christmas vacation the
team traveled to Boston for the
Boston Tournament and came out
champions. The mighty Wolverines
showed the Eastern boys how the
game is played winning three
straight and beating a strong Bos-
ton University team in the cham-
pionship game 3-2.
The Blue swamped Cornell 7-1
before returning to Ann Arbor in
early January for a two gamej
series with WCHA champion North
Dakota and non-conference op-
ponent Minnesota-Duluth. Despite
controlling action in a considerable
portion of both games, North Da-

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FINAL STANDINGS
W L T
Dakota 13 3 0
gan Tech 12 5 a 1
esota 10 8 0
gan State 7 7 0
IGAN 7 11 0
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tdo College 2 14 0

Avg.
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.694
.556
.500
.389
.375
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the outstanding individual per-
formances of the season.
The Blue held fourth despite a
5-3, 5-4 sweep at the hands of
Minnesota only to fall to fifth
again with two more losses in their
last series of the year against
Michigan Tech.
Last Appearance
Five men wore Maize and Blue
for the last time Saturday night;
yesterday coach Renfrew com-
mented briefly on each of them:
Pierre Dechaine, "Pierre was a
hard skater. He wasn't a prolific
scorer, but he got his share of
goals"; Captain Wilfred Martin,
"He had a slump at the end of the
year, but he played very well for
us for the past two seasons";
"Alex Hood, "Alex is a steady-
playing wing. He gets his share of
goals and keeps his man from
scoring"; Marty Read, "He got
more goals this year than ever be-
fore. We moved him around quite
a bit but he was always in"; Dave
Newton, "Although he didn't play
very much, it was tremendous to
have him on the team."

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