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May 25, 1960 - Image 8

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... freshman star
Place High,
Two Michigan sailors rode the
wind last weekend to a two-three
finish in the Midwest Sailing
Championships held at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin.
Skippers Otto Sherer and John
Goldsmith placed second and third
respectively in the Olympic elimi-
nation tournament.
The tournament winner was Ron
Marshall of Ohio State.
Shere and Marshall will now
travel to Marblehead, Mass. to
compete in the finals for berths
on the United States Olympic sail-.
ing team, which travels to Rome
this summer.
They will be competing in the
Finn class (single man), monotype
boat, and will be facing competi-
tion from all over the United
The Trials will also include four
other types of boats in addition to
the monotypes.
* s

Heller Voted
Ken Heller was named the win-
ner of Michigan's top non-varsity
athletic award yesterday, the I-M
All-Campus Athlete of the Year.
Heller will receive the annual
trophy donated by The Michigan
Daily for his achievement this
year. Competition for the trophy
was extremely tough and the I-M
department had a hard time
selecting Heller over top contend-
ers Bruce Baldwin, Kelsey, Bill
Nieman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Gary Joachim, Gomberg, and Bob
Mulder, Beta Theta Pi.
The trophy he won signifies an
excellent addition to the awards
he has received for the past two
years, that of being selected as
the outstanding athlete of East
Quad, representing Anderson '<><n
At Allen Park High School, hey
was an eight letter winner, includ-
ing one year, of swimming, four
years of cross-country, and three
more of track.
In football, he quarterbacked
Anderson to a semi-final victory
in 1958 as he completed nine out RECEIV
of ten passes, including three for Quad,r4
touchdowns. Anderson then lost the top
in the finals. departmi
In handball, he didn't lost a petition
game as Anderson swept, every.
house in becoming the I-M cham-
pion this year, beginning Heller's
road to fame for 1960.
Swims, Too
Then in swimming, this year, he
was on the relay team that came
within one-tenth of a second of
tying the I-M record in a pre- nw
liminary race. k* ,,,~
In cross-country, he came in
fourth as a freshman and has
improved ever since, leading An-
derson to the championship this
year as. first man.
In track, - he ran the mile and "for R
finished third as a freshman and
progressed to this year when he
defeated all comers and won the
event going away.
In tennis, he is a member of $T
still another team that won an
I-M championship in 1960.
Michigan has another honorary,
this one for top athletes only, Sig-
ma Delta Psi. Admission to this
honorary is a seldom seen event

!Top I-M Athle

Senate Deadlocked here, since it has accepted no
WASHINGTON (P)-The Senate members since 1948.
Antimonopoly S u b c o m m i t t e e Difficult Events
dead-locked today over terms of A list of. extremely difflicult
a bill to clamp tough new federal events must be performed satis-
controls on professional baseball. factorily in order to be admitted,
It checked the issue to its par- including feats of baseball, foot-
ent body, the Senate Judiciary ball, swimming, and track and
Committee, field.
Chairman Estes Kefauver (D- Certain standards of excellence
Tenn) said the subcommittee sent have been set, which must be met
the measure to the full committee by eligible candidates.
without recommendation. He Is Heller will be trying to complete
the bill's author, the last of these events this week,
He confirmed that the actions and be the first Michigan man in
were taken at a secret session but 12 years to gain entrance into SIg-
gave no reasons for the secrecy. ma Delta Psi
For both Men and Women
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