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FRIDAY, 26 MARCH 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, 26 MARCH 1965 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

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NCAA:

Tankers Hold

Third; Matmen Advance Six

Robie's 400-Yard Medley W

By The Associated Press

Last year's triple winner for theI
'Tina- Sn C i dif drar hic

AMES, Iowa-Carl Robie led CTrojanstroyz £ arri, i endea nis
Michigan's challenge to depose title in the 500-yard freestyle
defending NCAA champion South- event to keep his team high in
en Cal with a victory in the440- the totals. He beat Michigan's
yard individual medley racehere Bill Farley by five feet in setting
last night in a time of 4:16.6, only a new American record of 4:43.6.
.00.2 second off the meet record, The Wolverine Olympian's second
but both teams trailed Indiana at place time was a new varsity rec-
the end of the first day's compe- ord.
tit sophomore Olympian had Yale's record-holding sprinter
The ophmoreOlypianhadSteve Clark kept the Eli's hopes
won the afternoon semifinals with up with a victory in the 50-yard
a clckin of :165. UC's ichfreestyle. He was timed in :21.2, a
McGeagh, holder of the record in : scn f i w
this event, chose to bypass his de- NCAA mark.
fense of the title in order to com- Rich Abrahams of Northwestern
Pete in the 50-yard freestyle and Charles Stiples of Oregon tied
prin for second in the race, although
Ohio State's Bob Hopper, 200- their times were different. In fact,
yard Big Ten champion in the Michigan's Bill Groft, the Big Ten
individual medley, was leading the champ in this event, was awarded
400-yard race until Robie passed a fourth place by the judges al-
him with two laps to go. though his time of :21.4 was :00.1

In Paces Blue
faster than that given to Stiples.
As expected, Big Ten cham-
pions Indiana surged into the leadv
with powerful diving-their forte
-taking a one-two-five finish,
and the 400-yard medley relay
team establishing a new NCAA
and American record of 3:30.7.<
Ken Sitzberger, the Hoosiers
Olympic gold medalist, relieved
teammate Rick Gilbert of the one-
meter NCAA title b scoring 51125
points. Gilbert was second with
470.7,_whilew Rick Early brought
in the fifth place points.
A Hoosier team of Pete Ham-
mer, Tom Tretheway, Fred. .
Schmidt, and Bob Williamson set.
the record in the medley relay. CARL ROBIE
Schmidt turned a two-foot deficit
into an eight-foot lead in his 100- 100.5 points, followed by Southern
yard butterfly leg of the race. Cal with 75, and Michigan in
The first day's tabulations show- third with 72.
ed the Hoosiers in the lead with The Hoosier's big lead is due
- --- to 35 points for the high finish in
diving.

Special To The Daily
LARAMIE, Wyo. - Michigan's
wrestling team was tied for third
place after two rounds of action
in the NCAA wrestling tourna-
ment yesterday as six advanced
to today's quarterfinals.
After preliminary round action
Iowa State led the field with 19
points, defending champion Okla-
homa State was second with 17
while Michigan and Oklahoma
were tied for third with 13 points.
Iowa State advanced a full team
of ten men to today's quarter-
finals, while the defending champs
had one man eliminated last night
and have nine men competing to-
day.
Two Fall
In the first round action, only
Jim Kamman and Tino Lambrose
lost and eight Wolverines moved
to the second round.
Tino Lambrose, who wrestled at
115 pounds (a weight classifica-
tion not used in the Big Ten) was
edged 5-4 by Bob Warnke of Le-
high. Lehigh is the top team in
the East and trails the top four
teams with a seven-point total.
Jim Kamman lost to 157-pound
ECAC champion Jeff Stevens of
Cornell, 5-4. in a match which
Michigan Coach Cliff Keen de-

scribed as a terrific battle. Other Michigan afternoon vic-
In the biggest match of the tories included one by 137-pound
afternoon for the Wolverines, Big Ten champion Bill Johanne-
Chris Stowell scored a pin over sen, who moved down to the 130-
Bill Dilworth of Colorado State at pound class, and decisioned Steve
8:46 of his 177-pound match. Erber of Penn State, 4-3. Cal
Jenkins defeated Eastern Colleg-
iate Athletic Conference champion
Frank O'Korn of Pittsburgh by a
5-3 scfre at 137 pounds.
In the 147-pound bout Lee Dei-
trick dropped Bob Wendell of
Mankato State, 6-2. and Bob Spa-
[y won the closest of several close
Wolverine matches when he edged
Ken Wiley, 3-2, in overtime in
the 191-pound contest.
Heavyweight Mike Kohler, 123-
ouhder Bob Fehrs, and 167-pound
Captain Rick Bay all drew byes
in the first round to advance into
the second round.
Second Round

Wyoming 5-0.
Other Wolverines moving into
the quarterfinals were Chris Stow-
ell and Spaly. Stowell won the
177-pound contest on a referee's
decision in overtime over Tom
Schlendorf of Syracuse, and Spaly
walloped John Nichols of Navy
9-3.
The only second round losses
suffered by the Wolverines were
at 167 pounds and heavyweight.
Captain Rick Bay lost to Bob An-
derson of Adams State by an 8-2
score and heavyweight Mike
Kohler was pinned at 6:35 by
Jim Nance of Syracuse, who was
NCAA champion two years ago.
Michigan Coach Cliff Keen was
very happy with the team's suc-
cess. "All the boys did a really
great job," Keen commented. "The
high altitude here bothered us a
lot, however. The boys are used
to putting out their best eforts
at the end of the matches but they
tired easily in this thin air and
didn't have much left in the last
few minutes of the matches."

'1W', Oklahoma in First Day Tie for Third

DEFENSIVE LINE:
Losses at End Pose Problem

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
last of a series of articles analyz-
ing the strengths and weaknesses
of the 1965 Michigan football team.
Today's article deals with the de-
fensive line.
By NIKKI SCHWARTZ
Defensive Coach Bob Hollway
is having a problem this spring
making ends meet.
Graduation losses leave Mich-
igan's' defensive line endless. The
positions held by Jim Conley and
Bill Laskey were left wide open
and the ends are a big question
mark for next year's starting
line-up.
Coach Hollway said yesterday
that "all the line positions are
really open, not just the ends. The
purpose of spring practice is to
find out where we stand. No def-
inite positions are set, but each
man gets a chance to show what
he can do."
Two possible fillers for the end
positions are not out for practice
-Jack Clancy and Jeff Hoyne.
Hoyne was last year's number one
substitute, but he was crippled by
a knee injury.
Clayte Wilhite is also a strong
contender for defensive end. He
has been practicing on both the
Blue offense and defense, but
could be the replacement at Con-
ley's spot. Hollway said that Wil-
hite is playing well.
Rocky Rosema, a highly touted
halfback on the freshman squad,
also is a possibility for an end
position. He has been practicing
on both offense and defense, and

Michigan State's swimming
coach for the past 23 years,
Charles McCaf free, Jr., was named
winner of the collegiate and
scholastic swimming trophy yes-
terday by the College Swimming
Coaches Association at the NCAA
meet. The award is presented to
the coach who contributes the
most to swimming during the year.
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In second round action, Bob
Fehrs pinned Martin Little of
Kansas State at 4:25 in his 123-
pound bout and Bill Johannesen
also advanced in the 130-pound
bracket with a 5-1 decision over
Wayne Paulson of South Dakota
State.
Michigan's 137- and 147-pound-
ers also won second round bouts
is Cal Jenkins defeated Tony Gu-
sic of Waynesburg 5-4 and Lee
Deitrick trounced Dave Stone of

SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
GIL SAMBERG

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ARNOLD SIMKUS (70), BILL LASKEY (83), and Frank Nunley
(59) lead the charge in a play in last year's 10-0 defeat of Ohio
State. This year's defensive line is faced with the problem of
replacing both Laskey and Jim Conley at the ends.

Hollway indicated that he may be
moved to the end position because
of the relative weakness there.
Hollway explained that the
players work on both offense and
defense during the spring work-
outs, then specialize in the fall.
In spite of this, he indicated that
juniors Bill Yearby and Bill Keat-
ing, 'as well as sophomore Bob
Mielke will concentrate on de-
fense, bringing their experience
Returning lettermen will bolster

the squad, and the ends are still
an open question. In spite of all
the apparent indecision, Coach
Hollway was sure that Yearby
would play. "He's a terrific ball
player, and even though he's not
out for practice, there's no doubt
we'll have a place for him."
Replacing Arnie Simkus, who
moved over to guard last season,
is expected to be the chore of
sophomore Don Bailey.
Spring practice will help to put
an end to the questions.

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