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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. 1 APRIL 1965

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIT1R~4flAV~ 1 APR!?. 1O~

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Meet

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Feature Olympic Swimmers

Philadelphia Nudges Royals
To Make NBA Semifinals

By LYNN METZGER I he won four gold medals. Schol- from Indiana. The two swimmers
Ten Michigan students will be lander will be entering three have met three previous times al-j
Tve ihigano studHens winn.,|events and if he swims the way ready this season with Schmidt
traveling to New Haven, Conn., he did in Tokyo will probably coming out on top in all en-
this weekend, to join over 300 jtk he iss counters.
of the top swimmers and divers take three firsts.ering Gold Medalist
the NAAU indoor swimming Roy Saari, from Southern Cali- Kevin Barry, the gold medalI
Competition. fornia, is another gold medal winner in butterly events from
Over 25 of those swimmers en- Olympic winner entering. He will Australia, is currently a freshman
tering the meet competed in the be trying to repeat his perform- at Indiana University and will be
1964 Olympics. Michigan has one ance of last weekend where he competing in the NAAU's. This
of those Olympians in Carl Ro- captured three firsts in NCAA will make things even hotter in
bie. competition. ; those two events. Robie will prob-
Don Schollander, who was vot- Robie may be entering four ably also enter two distance free-
ed the world's outstanding ama- events and will be facing stiff E style events, the 500- and the
teur athlete of 1964, will be re- competition in each of them. In 1650-yards. In both events he will
turning to competition for the first the 100- and 200-yard butterfly have to swim against Sciollander
time since the Olympics where he will have to face Fred Schmidt and Saari which will make things

tough for the sophomore.
Ed Bartsch will be the only
swimmer from Michigan defend-
ing a title. Last year Bartsch won
the 200-yard backstroke. Several
:p swimmersawill be out to de-
throne him, among them Gary

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Dilley of Michigan State, NCAA
winner and silver medal winner
in the Olympics.
Backstroke Backers
Two other swimmers from Mich-
igan will be enteringhin the back-
stroke events. Sophomore Russ
Kingery and Wiebeck. Kingery
finished fifth in the 200-yard
backstroke at the NCAA, and
sixth in the 100-yarder.
Bill Groft and Bob Hoag will
be entering the freestyle sprint
events. Groft won the 50-yard
freestyle in the Big Tens and
came in fourth in the NCAA. He
also finished sixth in the 100-yard
freestyle in the NCAA. Hoag tied
for eighth in the 100-yard free-
style in the nationals.
More Sophs
Paul Scheerer, a sophomore at
Michigan, will be competing in
the 100- and 200-yard breast-
stroke. Scheerer finished first in
both events at the Big Ten's. In
the NCAA's he finished third in
the 100-yarder but was ,only :00.2
behind the winner, Bill Craig of
USC. In the 200-yard race he fin-
ished fourth with Olympian Tom
Tretheway from Indiana finishing
first.
John Vry, another sophomore at
Michigan, will be entering the
two individual medley events.
Vry finished fourth in the 200-
yard and sixth in the 400-yard in
the Big Tens.
SPORTS SHORTS:

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA (kP) - W i It
Chamberlain scored 38 points and
starred also on defense to lead
Philadelphia to a 119-112 victory
last night over Cincinnati as the
76ers won the Eastern semifinals1
playoff of the National Basketball'
Association.
It was Philadelphia's third win
against one defeat in the best-
of-five series. The 76ers now meet
the champion Boston Celtics for

wit nfour runs in the sixth, the
the Eastern title in a seven-game last three coming on Tony Ku-
series beginning Sunday at Bos- bek's home run. One of Mantle's
ton. errors cost a run in the third

You may be sure of the fiuest

WIEDDIING IINVIFATIION

of Ken Johnson and Larry Dierk-
er. The Yankees stopped Kansas
City 6-3 despite five errors, two
by left fielder Mickey Mantle.
Johnson pitched five perfect
innings before giving up three
hits and Chicago's only run in
the sixth. Dierker hurled hitless
ball for the final two innings.
Rusty Staub hit a two-run Hous-
ton homer in the fourth.
The Yankees came from behind

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Michigan will have two divers
entering into the competition -
Fred Brown on the one meter
board and Gregg Shuff on the
high tower.
All the Big Ten swimmers en-
tered in the meet must be unat-
tached, so Michigan as an entity
will not be able to win anything,
because of a conference rule.

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Vandy's Coach Considered
To Fill Purdue Vacancy

Chamberlain, still hurting from'
a tender pancreas, was never bet-
ter. He was a demon under the
backboards, grabbing 26 rebounds,
and blocked 10 Royals field goal
attempts as they arched toward
the basket. Two other blocks were
called goal tending.,
Even though the 7-foot-1 "big
dipper" sparkled, the victory was
a team effort with Hal Greer col-
lecting 23 points, Chet Walker 20
and Lucious Jackson 16.
Jerry Lucas, Cincinnati's dead-
eye outside shot, was high for the
losers with 35 points. Oscar Rob-
ertson, a unanimous NBA All-
Star choice, still seemed to be
hurting from a sore right ankle
but scored with 24.
It was the first victory at home
for either club in the playoff
series. Philadelphia had won twice
before at Cincinnati and had lost
at home to the Royals last week.
Cincinnati started off poorly,
unable to find the basket. In the
first eight minutes, the Royals
made only three of 21 field goal
attempts and were down 19-10.
But Cincinnanti streaked midway
in the second period and tied it at1
44 on Lucas' foul throw.I
Chamberlain then hit for two of
his 10 free throws and also stuffed
in a two-pointer to put the 76ers
ahead to stay. Their biggest leaidl
was 17 points on two occasions-
89-72 at the end of the third
period andh105-88 shortly befor
the end.
Baseball Roundup
Denny McClain stopped Mil-
waukee on three hits through the
first seven innings, leading De-
troit to a 4-2 triumph. The Braves
scored on Felipe Alou's two run
homer off McClain in the sixth.
The Chicago White Sox lost
their five-game winning streak
yesterday while the New York
Yankees escaped their four-game
losing streak.
Houston defeated the White Sox
4-1 behind the three-hit pitching

Tommy Davis and Maury Wills
each rapped two hits in the Los
Angeles Dodgers' 7-3 victory over
St. Louis. Davis also drove in two
runs while raising his spring av-
erage to .424. Wills increased his
to .488.
Minnesota knocked off Balti-
more 5-1 as Harmon Killebrew
hammered his first homer of the
exhibition baseball season. The
homer was a three-run blast in
the third. Killebrew drove in a
first inning run with a single.
Philadelphia jumped on Jim
Maloney and walloped Cincinnati
10-1. Maloney pitched eight in-
nings, giving up all of the Phillies'
runs. Tony Gonzales, Richie Allen
and Tony Taylor each knocked in
two runs.
Ed Bailey batted in three runs,
two with a second-inning homer,
in San Francisco's 6-3 victory over
Boston.
In a night game, the Washing-
ton Senators whitewashed the
New York Mets, 6-0.

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By The Associated Piess

week before Lindgren broke it.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.-Roy Skin-
ner, coach of Vanderbilt's South- CHICAGO - Basketball Coach
eastern C o n f e r e n c e champion George Ireland of Chicago Loyola
basketball team, is under consid- t o I d the, University's annual
eration for the coaching job at awards banquet last night that
Purdue, the Nashville Tennessean Chicago Stadium will be the site
reported yesterday. next year of the finals of the
Guy Mackey, Purdue athletic NCAA basketball tournament.
director, was quoted as saying
Skinner had been "contacted in-'
directly" and "we hope to have an LOS ANGELES - Donna -de
announcement concerning o u r1 Varona, who has been breaking all
new coach within the next two manner of records in swimming
weeks." since she was a sprite of 13, is
about to call it quits in the ama-
Ray Eddy, Purdue coach, re teur ranks at the ripe old age
signed March 10.
Skinner was unavailable for of 17.
comment. But he recently told an The blue eyed Santa Clara,
alumni meeting in Atlanta he was Calif., youngster, a double gold
in no way seeking the Purdue job. medal winner for the United
"But should they contact me and States in the 1964 Olympic
if the offer is really good, yes, Games, is due here today to an-
I'm interested." nounce formally a new profes-
Skinner, who brought the Com- sional career.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
Cincinnati 1 5
Los Angeles 12 6
San Francisco 9 6
Pittsburgh 10 7
Houston 8 7
Milwaukee 10 9
Chicago 9 9
Philadelphia 8 8
New York 7 9
St. Louis 7 11
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L
Chicago 10 8
Minnesota 10 9
Cleveland. 10 10
Baltimore 9 9
Boston 8 9
Los Angeles 8110
Detroit 7 10
New York 8 12
Washington 5 8
Kansas City 5 10
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 10, Cincinnati 1
Houston 4, Chicago (A) 1
Los Angeles (N) 7, St. Louis 2
Detroit 4, Milwaukee 2
San Francisco 6, Boston 3
Minnesota 5,,BaltImore 1
New York (A) 6, Kansas City 3
Washington 6, New York (N) 0

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.444
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