THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'M' Tankers Cut in Olympic
By The Associated Press
It was Boola Boola all the way
in the special 200 meter free-
style event held yesterday in New
York at the Olympic Trials as
Yale men took the first three
places to earn berths on 800 me-
ter freestyle relay teams.
Ed Townsend, a Yale senior
from Santa Clara, won the race
in 2:00.9 with Bill Mettler sec-
ond and Dave Lyons third.
Bartsch Edged Out
In other events, Michigan's Ee
Bartsch barely missed making the
team as he finished fourth in
the special 100 meter backstroke
held for swimmers who had not
previously made the s q u a d.
Thompson Mann, a graduate of
North Carolina, took first with
a world record breaking time of
one, minute flat. Rich McGeag
took second and Pete Hammer was
Only Mann and McGeagh/ made
the team to compete in the 400
meter medley relay. :
Two other Michigan backstrok.
ers also competed in the race.
Russell Kingery, a sophomore from
Philadelphia, and Ken Wiebeck,
a freshman swimmer from De-
troit. The two finished seventh
and eighth respectively in the fin-
In the special men's 100 meter
breaststroke, Bill Craig finish-
ed first with a time of 1:10.3.
Virgil Luken of Minnesota fin-
ished second,, Ken Doesburg, third
and Paul Scheerer, a Michigan
sophomore took fourth. Only the
first two finishers will go to To-
One other Michigan student fig-
ured in the action yesterday:
Micki King, a junior at Michigar
is fifth in the women's three me-
ter springboard diving event. Jean
Collier of Phoenix is leading after
seven of 10 dives. Miss King was
ahead of Barbara Talmadge, the
national champion. The remain-
ing three dives will be completed
Pokey Watson, 14-year-old ninth
grader from Santa Clara, bettered
the oft-beaten listed American
record of 1:01.3 in winning the
100-meter freestyle final for 1:01.2.
She thus won a berth on the
Olympic team for the relays.
I Meanwhile, at the Soviet na-
tional swimming championships in
Moscow, two world records were
Svetlana Babanina was timed in
1:17.2 for the women's 100 meter
breaststroke, bettering the pend-
ing world record of Claudia Kolb
14-year-old U.S. champion whc
Gregory Prokopenko lowered hi;
own world mark in 100 meter
men's breaststroke to 1:06.9. Hi
earlier mark was 1:07.4 set earlier
this year, while the listed record
Is 1:07.5 by Chet Jastremski three
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ED BARTSCH, a Michigan hopeful for the Olympic swimming
team, was beaten out of a position in a special 100 meter back-
stroke heat for those who had not previously made the squad.
He was fourth, behind a world record breaking time.
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DOVER, England (A')-Leonore
Modell, 14-year-old Sacramento,
Calif., schoolgirl became the
youngest person ever to swim the
English Channel yesterday, bat-
tling adverse tides for 15 hours
and 40 minutes on the crossing
Hundreds of spectators lining
the cliffs of Dover gave her a
roaring welcome when she wear-
ily waded from the cold waters of
The girl and her coach, Paul
Herron of Sacramento who has
swum the Channel in both direc-
tions, said that Leonore swims
swims under self-hypnosis.
"This swim has proved my
theory," Herron said. ""Leonore
has'been a guinea pig to prove my
theories on physical development."
Leonore slipped into the sea at
5:30 Thursday morning at Cap
Gris Nez, France, after ,a break-
fast of six eggs. On the English
side she encountered dense fog,
then adverse tides. She finally,
reached land 20 ,yards east off
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-The new manager.
of the San Francisco Giants is
scheduled to be Charley Fox, who
is almost - completely unknown
outside the organization.t
The Giants' front office has not
officially announced that Al Dark
is through, and there- probably
will " be no announcement until
the Giants have lost all chance
at the National League pennant.
Owner Horace Stoneham and
Dark have not been friendly for
some time. Stoneham reportedly
feels that Dark has not consulted.
him on team matters.
Rumors have had Dark at Hous-
ton; with the New York Mets or
at St. Louis next year. "I don't
know where I'll be in 1965," was
The Giants have shroudied the
name of the man who will succeed
Dark as manager of the Giants in
Fox currently is managing the
Tacoma team in the Pacific Coast
League, the top farm club of the
Dover Harbor and directly under
the famed, 350-feet white cliffs.
She required an hour to swim
the last mile, struggling in the
darkness along the outside of the
Dover Harbor breakwater. -When
she reached the end, the swirling
whirlpool created by concrete and
cliffs threatened to dash .her
against the breakwater.
The girl said she spent hours
in near freezing water and ac-
customed herself to swallowing
quantities of sea water in her
The youngest previous conquer-
ror of the Channel was 17-year-
old Claudia McPherson of Canada,
who required 17 hours 17 minutes
for the crossing last year.
KIEV, Russia (I)-Robert Shav-
lakadze, the last Olympic cham-
pion but relegated to the ranks
of the also-rans for four years,
has burst out of obscurity and
strengthened the Russians' al-
ready strong Olympic high jump
Shavlakadze shaded world rec-
ord holder Valery Brumel, the
world's best, at 7 feet 11 inches
in winning the title in the Russian
national track and field cham-
It was believed to be Brumel's
first loss to a Russian since both
he and John Thomas of Boston-
then the favorite-were beaten by
Shavlakadze in the 1960 Olympic
games at Rome.
And the upset prompted Tass,
the Soviet official news agency, to
comment that it "suggests that
Brumel, probably, got used to easy
victories over his compatriots."
Both he and Shavlakadze clear-
ed 7-11/2, but Shavlakadze took
the title on fewer misses.
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