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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 9 MARCH 1965

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Keen's Matmen Sweep

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Ten Ini.a Cop. S.i T
Indina Cps Swimming TI tle

By BOB CARNEY r registered two pins in 61/2 minutes
They wore dark blue, scored 88 on his way to the 167-pound
poins, capuredtheBigTencrown. In the finals, Bay pinned
points, captured the Big Ten Rich Callaghan of Illinois at 1:37
Championship, finished the season of the first period to take the
with an unblemished conferenceothy hiseod ownakn the
record . . and never touched a trophy, his second crown in three
basketball. years.
Michigan's remarkable matmen Aside from Bay's outstanding
nut a litterin finish to a perfect performance, the big highlight of

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Big Ten season Saturday when the meet was the showing of the
they scored their third consecu- two Michigan sophomores, Bob
tive conference championship. Fehrs and Jim Kamman.I
In a meet that is often onp Fehrs, a 123-pounder who car-
wi a 50-point total, the Wol- ried a perfect 10-0 dual meet
verines on by 50 points and best- record into the meet, scored a fail
er reiou By ig0 Tntscndgstin his first match of the meet,
ed the previous Big Ten scoring and fought to the 123-pound title.
record, 69, by 19 points. They In thefounhtsoFthrs3pustike
compiled an unheard-of 88 points Bthe finals, Fehrs bested Mike
and easily outdistanced Michigan Beery of Ohio State, 5-2, in what
State and Minnesota, who finished was actually a rematch for the
second and third with 38 and 34 two wrestlers. They had, met in
points respectively. Ann Arbor once before, when the
Led by CaiStain Rick Bay, the Wolverineshosted the Buckeyes,
Wolverines placed all eight men and the result had been much the
in the semi-finals, six of those in same: Fehrs the victor 7-3.
the finals, and emerged with a Even more impressive than
record five individual titles. Fehrs' win, however, was that of
No Michigan man finished lower Kamman whd copped the 1471
than third. pound crown. Kamman wrestled
Bay, voted the meet's most val- behind Cal Jenkins most of the
uable wrestler by the coaches, season, and appeared in only two

Big Ten bouts before the meet.
i Tscehowed nois he ine By JIM LaSOVAGE Farley and Robie were also
ienc, hoever whn hepinnd ~embers of the 800-yard freestyle
his first opponent and then added special To The Daily rembeam ote with BobeHaag
a 6-2 victory to advance to the - re'ay team along with Bob Hoag
finals. In the final match against MADISON - Despite an 8 5 and Tom Williams which set a new
Jerry Torrence of Northwestern, margin in first places, Michigan Big Ten and American record by
Kamman came from a 6-2 deficit finished second to a Hoosier virtue of this being the first time
to score a 9-6 victoery squad whose depth came where the event has been swum.
the Wolverines were not prepared Hoag started the race with a
Wolverines also walked off with to match it in the 55th annual 1:46.5 split which left Michigan in
the titles in the 137- and 177-
Western Conference Swimming good position. Williams then swam
pound categories, where Bill Jo- -Championships here last weekend, the second leg in 1:48 flat after
hannesen and Chris Stowell led f Indiana totaled 447 points participating in the 200-yard indi-
the field. while the Maize and Blue pulled vidual medley only a few moments
Johannesen bested highly-re- together 409. Four Hoosier divers before, but came on as if he had
garded Al Sievertsen of Wisconsin 'combed on both the one- and rested half a day to take the lead
in the 137-pound final, 6-2, after three-meter boards to outscore away from Indiana.
gaining a tight 2-1 win over Boil- Michigan's three entrants 83-38, Clinches Win
ermaker Bob Rausenberger in the Cix points more than the final
semifinals. gap between the two powers. Farley then contributed a 1:46
Stowell captured the Wolverines' Michigan State was third with for his 200 yards, putting the Blue
final individual title for the after- -Daily-Kamalakar Rao 273 points followed by Ohio State ahead by considerable yardage
noon when he decisioned Dick MICHIGAN SOPHOMORE JIM KAMMAN victimizes North- with 236. Minnesota (130), Wis- and Robie's 1:45.8 anchor clnched
Ernst of Northwestern, 5-2. Ernst western's Jerry Torrence en route to the 147-pound conference consin (102), Iowa (57), North- the victory abouthhalf the pool's
replaced regular Wildcat 177- crown. The powerful Wolverine came on late in the season for western (48),. Illinois (40), and engt ahea e oosiers.
pounder, Bob Evans, who was out injured Cal Jenkins and was one of Michigan's five champions Purdue (20) round out the pack. Besides his part in the relay and
with injuriesen's cdrakin Michigan sf ne. Seven Marks record-tying second place in the
In Michigan's only loss in the n last weekend's record-breaking Michigan performance. ee M 1650, Farley grabbed individual
final round, favored 130-pounder Nonetheless, Michigan returns firsts in the 500- and 200-yard
Don Behm of Michigan State de- At 157 pounds, Lee Deitrick, the consolation bracket to take as a proud, if a little disappoint- freestyle races. His times of 4:46.14
cisioned Horning, 5-2, to emerge last year's 147-pound champion, third place. He defeated Elmer ed, second place team. Of the eight and 1:45.68 both set conference
as the champion. The match was lost a close match in the semi- Beale of Wisconsin, 5-3, in the Michigan victories, seven set new records. and the time in the 500
almost identical to their duel a finals' to Lee GZ'oss of Minnesota, consolation final. Big Ten marks, one formed a new chopped almost 11.5 seconds, off
week before when Behm scored a 6-5. Gross, 157-pound titlist last Bob Spaly, Michigan's heavy- American record, and all f16 events his own Big Ten mark.
6-3 win. In both bouts, Hbrning year, was the only wrestler to weight, lost, 5-3, in the semifinais Badgers'enew natatorium. Seve T
took the offensive from the start, retain his crown as he defeated to Bob Hopp of Purdue, but went of the triumphs will also go into
but was unable to score a take- I Clay Beattie of Illinois in the on to win his consolation bouts to the records as Wolverine varsity Hoosiers L
down before the Spartan had finals, 7-3. cop third place. records 500-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Far-
countered his effort for a take- After losing in the semifinais, The heavyweight title was won Michigan's two O1ym ( 2 Verhoeve (d); 3.
down of his own. Deitrick wrestled his way through by Jeff Richardson of MSU sophomore Carl Robie and junior DanieWalsh (MSU) ; 6 . c wasn (M).
Bill Farley set the Wolverine pace. Time-4:46.14 (Big Ten, varsity ree-
BIG TEN IND OORS.Each was credited with two indi- ord).
vidual firsts, and a second place, 400-YARDI (DIVIUer EDLE.
and both were on the triumphant Kendrick (mnd); 4. Richards (Ind);
300-yard freestyle relay team. 5. Gretzinger (MSU); 6. Vry (M).
In c aTf riRobie's initial victory in the Time-4:17.54 (Big Ten, varsity rec-
c400-yardindividual medley set a' ord).
Big Ten record, as his clocking of r 50YAR FREESTYLE-X.Grof t

Operation
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
123-lbs.-Fehrs (Mich) dec. Beery
(OSU) 5-2.
130-bs.;.Behm (MSU) dec. Horn-
ing (Mich) 4-2.
137-lbs.-Johannesen (Mich) dec.
Sievertsen (Wis) 5-2.
147-lbs. - Kamman (Mich) dec.
Torrence (NW) 9-6.
157-Ibs.-Gross (Minn) dec. Beat-
tie (Iii) 7-3.
167-lbs.-Bay (Mich) pinned Cal-
laghan (iii) 1:37.
177-lbs.-Stowell (Mich) dec. Ernst
(NW) 3-1.
Hvywt.--Richardson (MSU) dec.
Hopp (Pur) 3-2).
CONSOLATION ROUND
123-lbs.-Anderson (Minn) dec.
Smith (MSU) 2-1.

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130-lbs.-Campbell (Ind) dec. Trail
(Pur) 3-1.
137-lbs. Rausenberger (Iowa) dec.
Curths (Ind) 2-1, ovt.
147-lbs.-Ankeny (Minn) dec. Black
(Ind) 3-2.
17-lbs. - Deitrick (Mich) dec.
Beale (Wis) 5-3.
167-lbs.-Klein (Minn) dec. Rein-
bolt (OSU) 3-2.
177-bs.-Boles (MSU) dec. Fen-
nelly (Iowa), ref. dec. ovt.
Hvywt.-Spaly (Mich) dec. Schil-
ling (Iowa) 4-3.
TEAM SCORES: Michigan 88,
Michigan State 38, Minnesota 34,
Illinois 21, Northwestern 18, Pur-
due 18, Indiana 17, Ohio State 15,
Iowa 14, Wisconsin 14.

C .nference records were set by
sophomore breaststroker P a u l
S'heerer in the 100- and 200-yard
variations of the race. In both
events, Scheerer was followed by
Olymnic orformer Tom Trethe-
way of Indiana with Wisconsin's
B-'b Blanchard taking thirds.
Scheerer's times were 1:00.39
in the 100 and 2:13.09 in the 200.
He had to come from behind to
touch out Tretheway in the 200.
Groft Wins
Bill Groft was responsible for
Michigan's other first place. He
won the 50-yard freestyle sprint
in a clocking of :21.59.
The 16 swimming events proved
to be a contest to see which team
had the greater depth, Michigan
or Indiana. The score in these
events found Michigan ahead by
six, 370-364. The Wolverines dom-
inated the freestyle races and
managed to keep about even with
the Hoosiers in the medley and
backstroke events.
Indiana swimmers were preva-
.lent in the butterfly and breast-
stroke events, as Michigan entered
a total of only five swimmers in
the four events of these strokes.
Do It Again
(OSU). Time-2:13.09 (Big Ten, var-
sity record).
2s0-YARD iNDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
-1. Hopper (OSU); 2. Kendrick
(Ind); 3. Richards (Ind); 4. Vry
(M); 5. Ogilby (Ind); 6. Reppert
(M). Time- :59.91 (Big Ten record).
800-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY-
1. Michigan (Hoag, Williams, Far-
ley, Robie); 2. Indiana; 3. Michi-
gan State. Time-7:06.91 (American,
Big Ten record--new event).
1650-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Ro-
ble (M); 2. Farley (M); 3. Verhoev-
en (Ind); 4. Glick (MSU); 5. Dan-
ielson (OSU); 6. Hill (OSU). Time
-16:54.06 (Big Ten, varsity record).
100-YARD FREESTYLE - 1.
Walsh (MSU); 2. MacMillan (MSU);
3. Groft (M); 4. Walls (M); 5. Stanf-
fer (Minn); 6. Williamson (Ind).
Time-:47.51.
100-YARD BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M); 2. Tretheway (Ind);
3. Blanchard (W); 4. Humphries
(OSU); 5. Anderson (1); 6. Smith
(I). Time-1:00.39 (Big Ten, var-
sity record).
100-YARD BACKSTROKE - I.
Dilley (MSU); Hammer (1); 3.
Bartsch (M); 4. Orland (M); 5.
Kingery (M); 6. Michaels OSU).
Time-:53.15 Big Ten record).
100 - YARD BUTTERFLY - 1.
Schmidt (I); 2. Richardson (Minn);
3. Spencer (Minn); 4. Hagen (MSU);
5. Richards (I); 6. Fritz (OSU).
Time-:51.29.
THREE-METER DIVING -1. Gil-
bert (1); 2. Sitzberger (I); 3. Lar-
son (OSU); 4. Brown (M); 5. Morse
(1); 6. Boothman (M). Points -
547.05.
400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY-
I. Michigan State (Kifer, Gret-
zinger, Dilley, MacMillan); 2. Mich-
igan; 3. Indiana. Time-3:11.54 (Big
Ten record).

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By BOB McFARLAND
Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN-The dark cloudsG
hanging over the University of Il-'
linois Armory last Friday night
were indicative of things to come
for the Wolverine cindermen in
the B-g Ten Indoor Champion-
ships.
Defending the indoor crown for
the fifth time in the last sevenI
years, Michigan was only able to
pull out a third-place tie with
Minnesota. The Wolverines ga'-
nered 24 points, far behind the!
winning total of 46 earned by
Wiscons-n. Michigan State finish-
ed in second place with 43 ',
points.
One of the few bright spots in
the meet for Michigan was the
Cindermen
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. Beat-
ty (W), 2. Gigler (Minn), 3. Jones
(MSU). Time-:08.5.
440-YD. DASH-1. Washington (P),
2. Whipple (W), 3. Travis (111).
Time-:48.4.
SHOT PUT-i. Barnes (Minn),
2. Yearby (M), 3. Harvey (M). Dis-
tance-55'6% ".
HIGH JUMP-1. Holden (W), 2.
Norton (Ill), and Bowers (MSU),
60-YD. DASH-1. Reid (M), 2.
Jackson (11), 3. Goldston (I). Time
-:06.2.
600-YD. DASH-1. Bernard (M),
2. Montalbano (W), 3. Heuer (W).
Time-1:09.9 (Big Ten record).
1000-YD. RUN-1. Peterson (W), 2.
Shy (Ind), 3. Nauta (111). Time-
2:09.2 (Big Ten record).
300-YD. DASH - 1. Campbell

sparkling performance turned in
by Dorie Reid. The junior sprinter
won the 60-yard dash in the time
of ':06.2, finishing a yard thesad
of the defending Big Ten enam-
pion in the event, Olympian Tren-
ton Jackson of Illinois.
The Wolverines' only other first
place was gained by Captain Kent
Bernard in the 600-yard run.
Leading over the entire distance,
Bernard cracked the Big Ten rec-
ord as he was clocked in 1:09.9. Al
Montaibane of Wisconsin provided
a thrilling finish to the race clos-
ing Bernard's winning margin to
a yard.
Wisconsin's assistant t r a c k
coach, Bob Brennan, calls Ber-
nard and Montalbano "the two
greatest 600-yard men in the his-
tory of the Big Ten. It's unfor-
Dethroned
(MSU), 2. Sellers (OSU), 3. Gold-
ston (I). Time-:30.9.
880-YD. RUN-1. Latigolal (fi), 2.
Harris .(NU), 3. Siesky (Ind). Time
-1:53.3.
POLE VAULT'-l. Albrecht (NU),
2. Davis (Ind), 3. Seiberlich (W).
Distance-150".
70-YD. LOW HURDLES-1. Wash-
ington (MSU), 2. Sims (P), 3.
Steele (MSU). Time-:07.7 (Big Ten
record).
TWO-MILE RUN - 1. Peterson
(Minn), 2. Heinonen (Minn), 3.
ZAnper (MSU). Time-9:01.8 (Big
Ten record).
ONE-MILE RUN-1. Coates (MSU),
2. Assenheimer (NU), 3. Boydston
(NU). Time-4:09.5.
BROAD JUMP--1. Garrett (MSU),
2. Moore (P), 3. Sweeney (M). Dis-
tance-2411..
ONE-MILE RELAY - 1. Illinois
(Williams, Jackson, Mullen, and
jIravis), 2. Wisconsin, 3. Iowa. Time
--3:15.2.
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tunate they both have to com- 4:17.54 lowered the old mark by
pete at the same time," he added :00.06 second. Later he took a.sec-
at the conclusion of the race. and place in the 200-yard butter-
Wolverine Bill Yearby, All- fuly. Only Indiana's Olympian'
America tackle, heaved the shot Fred Schmidt finished ahead of
54'1", good for a second place. him and Robie forced him to set
Taking third place in the shot for a new Big Ten and American rec-
Michigan, Gordon Harvey heaved : ord in winning with a time of
it 53'6". A toss of 55'6%" by the 1:51.90. Robie's second place time
Gophers' Tom Barnes won the of 1:52.54 also bettered the old
event, marks, but he will receive credit
Tom Sweeney's leap of 23'6, only for a varsity record.
earned a third' place in the broad Robie-Farley Tandem
jum e Mthird cigan seiorrad Michigan made a two man race
ump: The Michigan senior hadice free-
placed fifth in the 1964 Indoorostye 1650taristandeFrey
Championships at Columbus. style event, as Robie and Farley
were never more than a yard apart

Adding to the Michigan point for the entire 66 lengths of the
total were four fifth place finishes. pool. At the end of the race, the
George Canamere cleared a height electrical clock timed them both
of 14' 8" in the pole vault, a per- in 16:54.06, almost 42 full seconds
sonal high. Brian Kelley placed below the old Big Ten mark.
fifth in the 1000-yard run, and Roble was awarded the first
halfback Carl Ward took fifth in place by the electrical device that
the 60-yard dash. distinguishes between any twoI
The mile relay team, consist"-g touches that are more than two-
of Marion Hoey, Bob Gerometta, millionths of a second apart.
Bob Jarema, and Bernard, gained --
the Wolverines' other fifth place.
The Illini's mile relay squad sped ia-ondmen
Misfortunes plagued the Michi-
gan thinclads throughout 'he Special To The Daily
meet. Dan Hughes, who turned in
a 1:51.9 clocking in the 880-y ird TUCSON-The Michigan bas-I
run two weeks ago, slipped on a ball team has found that March
turn in the semifinals of the 880 comes in like a Wildcat, ,as it
Friday night and sprained his was defeated by Arizona 8-2 yes-
ankle. He failed to qualify for the terday.
finals and was unable to run with The Wildcats' victory marks the
the mile relay team Saturday. Wolverines' third straight loss
Wolverine Ted Benedict turned following a win in the first game
in a brilliant effort in the two- against Arizona State.
mile run. He placed third with a Coach Moby Benedict's crew
time of 9:10.1, but was disqualified successfully opened its 10-day, 10-
for elbowing. game invasion of the Southwest
--- - - ------------------ with a 6-3 victory over Arizona
state, but has had hard times
ever since.

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(m); 2., juey ( N); 4. ier
(Ind); 4. Abrahams (NU); 5. Kifer
(MSU); 6. Stauffer (Minn). Time-
:21.59.
400-YARD MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Indiana (Hammer, Tretheway,
Schmidt, Williamson); 2. Michi-
gan; 3. Ohio State. Time-3:31.55
(Big Ten, American record).
ONE-METER DIVING - 1. Gil-
bert (Ind); 2. Larson (OSU); 3.
Sitzberger (Ind); 4. Morse (Ind); 5.
Boothman (M); 6. Neel (Ind). Points
-484.30.
200-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Far-
ley (M); 2. Hoag (M); 3). Mac-
Millan (MSU); 4. Verhoeven (Ind);
5. Cordin (Ind); 6. Walls (M). Time
-1:45.68 (Big Ten, varsity record).
200 - YARD BUTTERFLY - I.
Schmidt (Ind); 2. Roble (M); 3.
Richardson (Minn); 4. Collins
(Ind); 5. Spencer (Minn); 6. Gret-
zinger (MSU). Time-1:51.90 (Big
Ten, American record).
200-YARD BACKSTROKE - 1.
Dilley (MSU); 2. Kingery (M); 3.
Hammer (Ind); 4. Bartsch (M); 5.
Mathis (OSL); 6. Michaels (OSU).
Time-1:56.28.
200-YARD BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M); 2. Tretheway (Ind);
3. Blanchard (W); , 4. Anderson
(Ind); 5. Smith (Ind); 6. Norvell

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Six HitterC
In yesterday's game, Arizona's
left-handed senior, Gary Deak,
pitched a six hitter, striking out
16 while walking only two. The
losing pitcher for Michigan was
Marlin Pemberton who lasted the
first three innings and gave up
five of the eight runs.
Arizona put the game out of
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Suffer Third Straight Loss
doubles and were in front to stay. only one in the first two games.
Michigan's first run was an Lefthander Jim Lyijynen had
effort of Carl Cmejerk, Rick Volk two hitless innings of relief pitch-
and Pemberton who got consecu- ing. Gilhooley handled 16 chances
tive singles in the third inning. in three games with only one
The other run came on a single error, reached base nine times in
in the fourth by Wolverine Cap- an 11-appearance string as leadoff
tain Ted Sizemore, an infield out batter.
that sent Sizemore to second, and The Wolverines will face the
a run-producing single by left- Wildcats for the second game of
fielder Frank Nunley. a four-game series this afternoon.
Double Plays
Michigan's infield came up with
a valiant effort and made three Tennis Team
double plays. The key three were
made by shortstop Bob Gilhooley,Dpe r
first baseman Chan Simonds. Special To The Daily
The Wolverines began their
spring training scheule agaist MIAMI -The Michigan tennis
Arizona State University on March team started its southern trip on
6 with sophomore Bobby Reed go- 'a sour note as Mississippi State
ing the distance on the mound. He beat the Wolverines, 7-2yester-
gvupa single and double ,o the day.
gave up Thigeaddubet h e only Michigan wins came
first two ASU batsmen, then stfl- TheonlsMschi rscdrne
ed the Sun Devils on three ln~ts !in the doubles as the first doubles
(two in the infield)nthe rest of team of KarlHedrick and Brian.
the way, striking out seven. Flood defeated Bob Brien and
Tito Echiburo, 6,A, 2-6, 6-1. The
Dick Schryer got a key single second doubles team of George
in Michigan's three-run rally in Russell and Jerry Stewart won by
the first inning which put the default.
Wolverines in front for keeps, and In the third doubles, the Bull-
clubbed a 360-foot drive in the dog duo of Matt Cameron and
fifth inning off the fence, which Robert Dean defeated Jim Swift
narrowly missed being a home run. and Bo Barker, 6-3, 6-2.
On Saturday, the Wolverines In first singles, Hedrick lost a
were dealt a double defeat by the close match to Brien, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2.
Sun Devils, 5-2 and 11-3, turning Second singles was taken by MSU's
the tables on Friday's win. Sygar Graham Primrose, who beat Flood,
knocked in both runs in the day 6-3, 6-2. Mississippi State also car-
game with a single and a double, ried third singles as Echiburo beat
while centerfielder Schryer socked Swift, 6-4, 6-2.
a pinch triple in the opener and Fourth singles was close, as Or-
added two singles in the nightcap. lando Brachomonte edged Mich-
Southpaw Clyde Barnhart pitch- igan's Russell, 7-5, 7-5. The Bull-
ed the opener and Detroit sophj- dogs easily took fifth and sixth
more Bill Zepp started the second singles as Cameron defeated Bark-
game but was betrayed by wildness er 6-3, 6-1, and Dean topped
and five Michigan errors after Stewart, 6-1, 6-2.

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