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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

Tt1ESDAY. 30 M'AUt;lFC 199 ' .... m.

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By JIM LaSOVAGE
Michigan really didn't come
close to winning the NCAA swim-
ming and diving championships,
but in taking a strong third place
they broke eight varsity records.
Meanwhile ten NCAA and eight
American records were erased dur-
ing the three-day meet. Roy
Saari, who led Southern Califor-
nia to its third consecutive crown,
was responsible for three of them.
,He lowered the national colleg-
iate marks in the 1650-, 500-, and
200-yard freestyle events, and set
American records in the longer
two races. In the first two he
bettered his own marks.
Eli Clark
Yale's Steve Clark topped the
NCAA and American marks in the
100-yard freestyle, He 'was also
on Yale's record-setting 400-yard
freestyle relay team.
Michigan State's Gary Dilley
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tied the national record in the
100-yard backstroke, and broke
the NCAA and American marks in
the 200. Another double winner,
Fred Schmidt of Indiana, collect-
ed American and collegiate rec-
ords in the 200-yard butterfly.
Although his time was not as
fast as the NCAA record, Bob
Hopper of Ohio State now has
claim to the American record in
the 200-yard individual medley.
In the 200-yard breaststroke,
Indiana's Tom Tretheway swam'
the race of his life to obliterate
the existing record in the na-
tionals. The last national and
American mark to fall was the
400-yard medley relay, in which
Indiana bettered the time with
which it won the Big Tens.
New Marks
But these aren't the marks thatt
the Wolverines are concerned with
now. Even though some of the
places were low for the times
that were turned in, the marks go
for varsity records. Carl Robie,1
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Michigan's only winner, claims the 400-yard freestyle relay. A high as it could have in the
three of them. team of captain Ed Bartsch, Paul standings. However, he also com-
Robie's first-place finish in the Scheerer, Robie, and Groft com- mented yesterday that he thought
400-yard medley relay, only :00.2 bined to slice the medley record Indiana's powerful diving would
second off the national mark, down to 3:32.3. Their splits were have won the meet for the
bettered the time he established :57.4. :59.8, :51.0, and :46.8, re- Hoosiers. "USC has a great team,"
in the Big Ten meet. His second spectively. he said, "but they beat a better
place time of 1:52.1 in the 200- Relay Team one.
yard butterfly also bettered the Later, the , freestyle team of Stager was pleased with some
old NCAA and American marks, Groft, Bob Hoag, Farley, and of the performances besides those
but Schmidt's time left the sopho- Rich Walls chopped the varsity which set varsity marks. He sin-
more Wolverine Olympian with mark to 3:10.2. They had splits gled out Rees Orland's time of
only a team record. Robie's other of :47.9, :46.8, :48.2, and :47.3. :54.1 in the 100-yard backstroke
mark came in the 1650-yard dis- Although the meet had its dis- as encouraging and a pleasant
tance freestyle race, in which he appointments, Coach Gus Stager surprise. It was the fastest- time
turned in a 16:49.7, to break the felt that the team finished as of the junior's career.
mark he set in the conference
finals.

Farley Too
Bill Farley also bettered the Big
Ten records he set in both the
200- and 500-yard freestyles, with
clockings of 1:45.4 and 4:44.3,
respectively. However, his efforts
gained him only a seventh place
in the 200 and a second in the 500.
Bill Groft added his name to the
record sheets with a :47.4 timing
in the preliminaries of the 100-
yard freestyle sprint. In the
finals he came in sixth.
The other two records set were
the 400-yard medley relay and
Dekers Laud,
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Offset Regrets
THE FOLLOWING OMISSIONS FROM -ITS CREDITS:
Michael Pratt, Assoc. Editor
Jean Klue, Illus. for "The Carnival Magician"
and Front Cover
Phil Zaret, Back Cover
Harold Slovic, Staff
JamesHall, Staff

MICHIGAN'S BILL FARLEY pu
in one of the tankers' meets e

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shes off and starts on another lap
arlier this year. Farley set new
eet in the 200-yard and 500-yard
h-place 400-yard freestyle relay
record.

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varsity records at the NCAA me
On March 23 at their annual freestyle, and was on the fourt
post-season banquet the Dekers, team which also set a new varsity
the local booster club for hockey
at all levels, presented several WIN FOUR TITLES:
awards to Michigan hockey play-
ers for their play this season.
It was at this dinner, where the Michigan End
players come as individual guests
of the club .members, that Mel ASOr l C
Wakabayashi was announced as s UVera11 o
captain for the 1965-66 season as
well as MVP for the past season. For the fifth straight year,
This year, the Ro'okie of the Michigan is the overall Big Ten
Year Award went to sophomore leader in all sports through the
Mark Thompson. - Thompson, a fall and winter seasons.
defenseman, played extremely well The Wolverines took the lead
for the last few weeks of the sea- with four conference champion-
son according to Coach Al Ren- ships, a second place and two
frew. thirds.
The Al Sims Most Improved Michigan's football team top-
Player award went to junior Pierre ped the conference with a 6-1
(Pete) Dechaine. Dechaine was record, losing only to Purdue,
used primarily as a penalty killer 21-20. The gridders, who were
on last year's NCAA champion ranked fourth in the nation in
team, but this year, when afford- the Associated Press' final poll,
ed the opportunity to play more, went on to defeat Oregon State
played well and scored several in the Rose Bowl, 34-6.
key goals throughout the course Michigan's cagers, ranked first
of the season. in the nation throughout most of
The final award at the banquet the season, finished with a 13-1
went to Doug Barnett as, Deker conference record and a 24-4
of the Year for his' work on the
Old Timers Day. Champions

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iference Leader
overall record-both the best ever
for a Michigan team, and copped
second place behipd UCLA in the
NCAA tourney.
The wrestling squad, after win-
ning the Big Ten meet with a
record 88 points and taking five
out of eight individual champion-
ships, went on to place fifth in
the NCAA meet.
The swimming team also fin-
ished high in the NCAA with a
third place behind Southern Cali-
fornia and Big Ten champion In-,
diana.
Below are the places in which
the Big Ten teams finished in
each sport. The average is taken
from the finish of each school in
each sport:
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