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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1963=

PAGE EIGHT TINE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 19611

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SPORTS NOTES:
Sternberg, Star Vaulter, Leaves Hospital;
Maple Leafs, Lakers, Score Victories

1J' Tankers Point Toward Big Ten, NCAA Crowns

By The Associated Press
SEATTLE-Dressed in his fin-
est suit and erect in his wheel
chair, Brian Sternberg appeared
in public Wednesday night for the
first time since he was paralyzed
July 2 in a trampoline accident.
The University of Washington
sophomore, once 'world record
holder in the pole vault, has been
permitted to leave the hospital
several times in recent weeks for
visits with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold O. Sternberg.
His night out Wednesday was to
attend the musical, "Space Is So
Startling," as a guest of the show's

producer. Brian hesitated before
accepting the invitation.
"I don't want to cause anyone
an inconvenience," the youth said.
He still is unable to move with-
out aid, although he has slight
control of his arm muscles. The
youngster must be dressed, fed and
helped in and out of his wheel
chair. His parents, his girl friend,
Nancy McCracken, and Ted Nash,
Olympic Games oarsman, accom-
panied Brian to the musical.
Doctors have refused to estimate
when or if Brian will attain a
complete cure. Deeply religious,
the boy insists he will come back
-all the way.

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NEW YORK-The Toronto Ma-I
ple Leafs blew a two goal lead,
then scrambled to a 5-4 National
Hockey League victory over New
York last night with Ken Horton's
weird bouncer from center ice the
eventual winner.
The victory pulled the Leafs in-
to a tie for second place with idle
Montreal and extended the Toron-
to unbeaten string to four. It was
New York's sixth straight loss.
Horton's flip from center ice
late in the third period, bounced
past the surprised New York
goalie, Jacques Plante, and gave
the Leafs a 5-3 lead.
They needed the margin when
the Rangers' Vic Hadfield closed
the gap to one goal with only 34
seconds left.
The game was fast, rough, and
in general, loosely played. Each
team was guilty of poor passing
and New York was hurt by de-
fensive lapses.
These came in the first period
when Toronto took advantage to
ram in two goals in less than a
minute, to build a 3-1 lead.
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Lakers Victors
BALTIMORE-The Los Angeles
Lakers cashed in on two mistakes
by the Baltimore Bullets in the
last four minutes of play and
scored a 123-115 National Basket-
ball Association victory last night.
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Stage Water.
Polo Games
Michigan's varsity and freshman
swimmers plan a full schedule
of water polo this weekend.
The two varsity and one fresh-
man team will play each other
and will also face a team from
Canada. Members of the Canadi-
an Pan-American championship
team from Hamilton and Toronto
will partly compose the squad.
Games will be played Saturday
after the football game and Sun-
day morning at 10 a.m. The public
is invited to attend free of charge.
On Sunday a team from Detroit
will also participate in the tour-
nament.
Members of the Michigan teams
are:
Varsity "A"--Jon Baker, Lantz
fleppert, Frank Berry, Tom Dud-
ley, Bob Hoag. Jeff Longstreth,
Ed Bartsch, Steve Rabinovitch,
Bob Tanner, and Rich Walls.
Varsity "B"-Pat Faul, Geza
Bodolay, Fred Damn, Dave Road-
house, Geoff D'Atri, Phil Hengen,
Jon Lundin, Jeff Moore, Tom
Burns, Rees Orland, and Bill
Spann.
Freshman-Ron Brodowitz, Ho-
ward Brundage, Bill Groft, Rus-
sell Kingery, Jim O'Malley, Carl
Robie, Paul Scheerer, Tom Sch-
warten, John Vry, and Tom Wil-
liams.

By BILL BULLARD
Coach Gus Stager says his 1963-
64 swimming team will be improv-
ed over last season's team which
finished second to Indiana in the
Big Ten Championships and third
to Southern California and Yale
in the NCAA Championships.
But the real question to be an-
swered in the course of the season
is this-will Michigan be improved
enough to regain the Big Ten title
which has eluded it since 1960 or
the NCAA title which has not
been won by the Wolverines since
1961?
"We've got a better team than
last season. Our sophomores more
than make up for the seniors
we've lost," Stager said. "But if
we're going to win some cham-
pionships it'l have to be with our
big guns.
"If we win anything we'll have
to win with just a few swimmers.
Junior Ed Bartsch, sophomore
Bill Farley, senior Geza Bodolay,
our two relays, and the divers
will have to come through for us."
Nelson Gone
The only swimmer lost to the
squad that placed in the NCAA
Meet last spring is Dick Nelson.
Nelson tied for the 100-yd. breast-

the 100-yd. backstroke as Bittick
set an American record of :53.3.
Bartsch came in with a :53.5 to
qualify for the Pan-American
Games.
Then at the Pan-American
Games in Brazil Bartsch added
another crown to his collection:
a Gold Medal for winning the
100-meter backstroke. He beat out
Bittick *and all other challengers!
in the Western Hemisphere in
record time for the Games.
Bartsch's back-up man last sea-
son was Mike Reissing. But with
Reissing having graduated, the
replacement will be filled by soph-
omores Geoff D'Atri and Rees
Orland.
Junior Lantz Reppert also can
swim the backstroke but the var-
sity individual medley recordhold-
er probably will prefer to concen-
trate on his specialty with a bit!
of sprinting thrown in on the side.
Reppert finished fourth in the
Big Ten 400-yd. individual medley
and sixth at 200 yards but didn't
make the finals in the NCAA Meet.
Strong Sophs
D'Atri and Orland plus another
sophomore, D a v e Roadhouse,
should give Reppert at least a
scare in the I-M according to
Stager. Chances are that if Rep-
pert doesn't lower his own record
in the I-M one of the sophomores
will do it for him. One way or an-
other there should be increased
strength in the I-M this season.
In the butterfly events, Stager
has veterans in Captain Jeff
Moore and Jeff Longstreth. Soph-
omores Roadhouse and Bill Spann
are the upcoming challengers.
Moore reached the peak of his
career at the NCAA Meet when
he took a third place in the 200-
yd. butterfly in the fast time of
2:00.2. Longstreth, best on the
team at the shorter fly event last
season, was eighth in the time
trials of the 100-yd. butterfly.
Freestyle Events
In the distance freestyle events,
the team should be stronger than
ever with seniors Roy Burry and
Tom Dudley and sensational soph-
omore Bill Farley. However, Burry
is recovering from a recent oper-
ation and it is questionable wheth-
er he will be able to swim this
season or not.
Burry and Dudley finished sec-
ond and third in the NCAA 1650-
yd. freestyle and sixth and eighth
in the NCAA 500-yd. freestyle.
Burry's marks w e r e varsity
records.
Farley set the Michigan pool
record for the 500 as a freshman,
beating Burry's varsity record by
almost seven seconds. At the
NAAU Meet, he placed second to
Roy Saari, now a Southern Cali-
fornia sophomore, in the 1650-yd.
freestyle.
His time was 41 seconds under
Burry's varsity record. With his
second place finish he qualified
for the Pan-American Games. De-
spite illness before the race in
Brazil he finished fourth.
Last season's Captain John Du-
mont and Warren Uhler have left
the distance freestyle c o r p s
through graduation. But with
Farley and one or both of the sen-
iors Stager feels this area is in
good shape.
In the freestyle sprints, Stager
findshimself in the same situa-
tion as last season. "Last year the

varsity relay team couldn't beat
the freshmen and we're in the
same position this season," he
said.
Stager is uncertain about the
exact ability of the sprinters but
he is hopeful. "I always hate to
give a scholarship to a sprinter
because you can never be sure how
they'll turn out as college swim-
mers," he said.
Last season Stager likewise had
high hopes for a group of sopho-
more sprinters and was disap-
pointed. Jim Riutta, the best of
that group, was in a 7-way tie
for fifth place at the NCAA Meet
before failing to gain the finals
in two swim-offs. However, Riutta
has been suspended from the
team and will not swim this sea-
son.
This leaves junior Tom Burns,
senior Frank Berry, and some-
time-sprinter Reppert as the vet-
erans. Berry holds the varsity rec-
ord for the 200-yd. freestyle. He
has also anchored both Michigan
relay teams for the past two sea-
sons.
Among the sophomores, Rich
Walls was the most impressive
last season according to Stager.
But now Bob Hoag has taken top
spot temporarily due to his fine
performances at the outdoor
NAAU Meet last summer. Bob
Tanner is also a good prospect.
Roadhouse and Orland may like-
wise see some action as sprinters.
Relays
Stager says Michigan should
have two good relays -again this
season. The medley relay was
fifth and the freestyle relay was
seventh at the NCAA Meet last
spring.
In the medley relay, Bartsch
will start off on the backstroke
leg, Rabinovitch will piobably re-
place Nelson in breaststroke, and

Longstreth, and Berry will re-
tain the butterfly and freestyle
stints unless kicked off the team
by sophomores.
Stager will have to find replace-
ments for Riutta and graduated
Steve Thrasher for the freestyle
relay team. Reppert and Berry re-
turn to the team. There appears
to be adequate sophomore re-
placements for at least the two
vacant positions.
Diving Rated High
Coach Dick Kimball's diving
team should add valuable points
to Michigan's score on every oc-
casion. Kimball is counting heav-
ily on junior Ed Boothman and
sophomore Bruce Brown.
In all the practice meets held

so far these two have been the
top divers. Kimball believes that
the divers will make the difference
between winning and losing at the
NCAA Meet.
"I think Bruce could be an
NCAA titlist as a sophomore",
Kimball says. "It depends on
whether he can beat Ed or not.
I think these two will be the ones
fighting it out for first place."
Boothman finished second on
the three-meter board andfifth
on the one-meter springboard at
the NCAA Meet. Pete Cox, who>
has been lost through graduation,
was second on the low board and
fifth on the high board.

"Pete did a good job for us last
year," Kimball said. "But Bruce
was already better than Pete as a
freshman last season."
Besides Boothman and Brown,
Kimball can also call upon soph-
omores Greg Smith, Don Ewing,
and John White. Junior John
Candler is also available.
Hoping to improve on a 5-2
dual meet record, Michigan has
scheduled nine dual meets this
season. The Wolverines will at-
tempt to repeat last season's vic-
tories over Purdue, Princeton,
Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Mich-
igan State.
At the same time the team will
try to reverse losses to Indiana
and Minnesota. One of the addi-
tional meets this season is a
second meet with Indiana, mak-
ing a home-and-home series
within the season. Iowa State is
the other new opponent.
Stager and Michigan State
coach Charles McCaffree have
planned two Michigan College
Meets for Dec. 7 and for Feb. 13
Any freshman or varsity team
member from a Michigan college
or junior college would be eligible
to. compete.

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stroke crown after winning the
title for two straight years. But
he failed to place in the 200-yd.
event after finishing second his
junior year.
"I think Farley alone will score
as many and probably more points
than Nelson'ever did in the cham-
pionship meets. As for dual meets
Bodolayhwas usually better at 200
yards than Nelson anyway," Stag-
er commented.
Bodolay finished third in the
NCAA 200-yd. event. He finished
seventh in the time trials for the
100-yd.. race, one place away from
the finals.
To back up Bodolay, Stager has
Canadian Steve Rabinovitch who
will be a first-semester sopho-
more in January. Rabinovitch is
good enough to push Bodolay at
200 yards and may even take over
as the top 100-yd. breaststr'oker
on the squad.
Stager also has senior Jon
Baker in reserve. To conclude an
inconsistent sophomore year Bak-
er finished fourth in the NCAA
200-yd. breaststroke.
Last season Baker was a big
disappointment. He never did work
himself into good enough shape to
place in the Big Ten Meet or the
NCAA Meet.
"Jon is working out seriously
now," Stager said. "But it's easy
to be serious now. I'm waiting to
see how he does when the going
gets tGough."
BartschBig Gun
Backstroker Ed Bartsch is un-
doubtedly the biggest gun that
Stager has. Bartsch is the closest
thing that Stager has to a sure
winner in the Big Ten or the
Nationals.
After finishing second to In-
diana's Tom Stock in the Big Ten
100 and 200, Bartsch won the
NCAA 200 while placing fourth at
100 yards.
At the NAAU Meet Bartsch fin-
ished second to Charles Bittick in
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