NOW SWIMMING IN JAPAN:
Bartsch, Farley, Robie Score in AA U
end the Americans beat the listed
world record in three events andr
By the one-sided defeats thatc
the Americans handed the Japan-
ese, the American swimmers es-
tablished themselves as the teami
to beat in the Olympics to. be held
next summer in Toyko. The 12-
month period between now and thei
start of the Olympic swimmingl
events should be an exciting one
as swimmers first point for the
Olympic trials and then the Games1
Despite the topflight competi-
tion at the nationals, only two
American and world records were
set in the meet. However, it was
just as tough as ever to break
into the finals as such former
greats as Indiana's Chet Jastrem-
ski learned. Jastremski, the world;
record-holder at three breaststroke
distances, didn't qualify for the
finals at 100 yards and didn't
even enter the 200-meter event.
Bartsch, a Pan-American Games
golld medal winner, was second to
world record-holder Tom Stock of
ndiana in the 200-meter back-
troke. He finished fourth in the
Scores in Three
a Farley represented the Los An-
geles Swim Club and took a sec-
ond, a fourth, and a fifteenth in
performance was in the 400-meter
freestyle as he finished second to
high school whiz Don Schollander.
Farley beat out defending cham-
pion Roy Saari, a Southern Cal
sophomore, by .7 of a second to
In the 1500-meter freestyle, Far-
ley was fourth. He placed 15th in
the 200-meter freestyle.
Coach Gus Stager's sensational
new recruit, Robie, won his third
straight 200-meter butterfly crown .6 of a second behind Bartch's dividual medley after finishing in f
The young star of Philadelphia's second place time. 17th place unofficially.
Vesper Boat Club was .4 of a sec- Kingery placed seventh in the Michigan captain Jeff Moore
ond away from the listed world 100-meter backstroke, only 1.4 sec- was in two events. He was 17th in
record of 2:08.4. But since then onds from the winning time. He the 200-meter butterfly and 21st
in Japan he has gone under the also was 34th in the 200-meter in the 100-meter race. Tony Tash-
record twice, turning in 2:08.3 and individual medley. nick, 1960 Michigan captain now
2:08.2 clockings. Paul Scheerer of Hinsdale, Il- swimming for the U. S. Army, was
Robie was third in the 100- linois, will be another freshman 14th in the 100 fly and 25th in
meter butterfly. He was beaten by swimmer at Michigan this fall. the 200 fly besides taking a 40th
Minnesota's Wally Richardson and Scheerer placed sixth in the 100- in the 400'meter individual med-
Indiana's Fred Schmidt, who turn- meter breaststroke and was 19th ley.
ed in times of :58.8 to his :59.2. In at 200 meters. Senior Torn Dudley, an NCAA
the 400-meter individual medley, Sophomore Bob Hoag also did finalist last season, was 16th in
Robie was fourth. well in the meet, finishing fifth in the 1500-meter freestyle. . , . ..oicaoa.oi........
Kingery, Too the 100-meter freestyle. Haag was Three of Coach Dick Kimball's
Another promising freshman half a second from Steve Clark's divers placed in platform diving.
that will show up this fall in Ann winning performance. He also was English Olympic competitor John WAIT TIlL NEXT YEAR-Carl Robie, 18-year-old Pen
Arboi is Russell Kingery. A team- 22nd in the 200-meter freestyle. Candler was seventh, John White
mate of Robie's on the Vesper Another sophomore, Geoff D'- was eleventh, and Greg Smith was freshman at Michigan this semester, shows the form that
Boat Club team, Kingery finished Atri, was 29th in the 400-meter 26th. Candler was 37th in the title in the 200-meter butterfly. Roble went on from ther
fourth in the 200-meter back- individual medley. He was dis- 3-meter springboard diving con- ber of a U.S. team which is touring Japan. Robie and the
stroke with a 2:16.2. This was only qualified in the 200-meter in- test and Smith was 55th. an outstanding freshman team will be eligible for varsity c
Action on the Michigan sports
scene ground to an abrupt halt
as classes ended at the end of the
spring semester last May.
There were a few brief flare-
ups, however. First, Fritz Fisher
and Joe Jones, both veterans of
Michigan's 1962 NCAA world
championship baseball team, sign-
ed major league contracts just
after finishing the 1963 season.
The Detroit Tigers gave a $30,-
000 bonus to Fisher to report to
their Knoxville farm team. Fisher
had compiled a fine 9-1 pitching
record last season with a 1.94
Jones, Michigan's second-base-
man, got a "nominal" bonus from
the Chicago White Sox and re-
ported to a lower class farm team.
These were the subsequent high-
lights in Michigan sports over the
JULY 23-Marty Sinn, a Michi-
gan coed last year and world's
professional women's swimming
champion, finished sixth in the
annual 26-mile swim around Ab-
secon Island, New Jersey.
She lost her swim suit early in
the race and attracted quite a fol-
lowing near the finish.
JULY 26 -- Harry Fauquier,
Michigan's tennis captain, com-
peted on Canada's Davis Cup team,
which lost in the regional elimina-
tion to Mexico. 4
Fauquier lost to Antonio Pala-
AUGUST 11-Ray Senkowski,
the Wolverines' first singles player
last year, made the finals of the
Eastern Canada Tennis Champion-
ship -before losing out to Ham
Richardson, 6-0, 6-1, 6-3.
En route to the finals, Sen-
kowski knocked off Whitney Reed,
formerly the top-ranked American
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