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By CHUCK BLOOM
The formidable Michigan
swim team, greatly strengthened
by experienced sophomores and
promising freshmen, travels up
north this weekend hoping for
strong performances against
Minnesota tonight and Wiscon-
Coach Gus Stager has lavish
praise for his swimmers. "We
are improved in all five aregs of
competition." he said. "We are
better than we were last year-,
depth-wise, ability-wise and
The apple of Stager's eye is
Jose Aranha. "He was great in
the Pan-American games," Sta -
ger said, "and he's just as great
now, if not better." Aranha will
be competing in the 50 yard
freestyle and thehindividual
medley. Another Pan Am par-
ticipant, Agosto Gonzalez, who
finished third, is a welcome ad-
ave faces Big Ten foes
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dition to the team.
The Wolverine squad. as a
whole must be respected for its
depth. In the breast stroke. Ann
Arbor sophomores Pat Bauer,
Stu Isaac and Mike Whitaker
team up to make a formidable
entry. In last year's Big 10
Championships Whitaker placed
third in the 100 yard breast-
s roke. Freshman Mark Ander-
son leads in the 500 yard free-
style, while Byron McDonald
and Larry Day head the butter-
f y. They took second and third,
respectively, in the 200 yard
event at the Big 10 meet.
The diving team will consist
of three strong performers:
junior Joe Crawford who is con-
sidered the best of theftrio.
seniriiiJohn Hamilton and fresh-
man Dick Quint. Quint was
Michigan state diving champion
as a high school sophomore and
junior, but ran into trouble dur-
ing his senior year'.
"Dick really had his ears
pinned back last year," Stage
commented. "But he has been
working out very hard and will
be a good diver for us."
Stager is hoping for a rela-
tively easy weekend. "I know we
can beat Minnesota; though if
we lose diving we could be in
trouble against Wisconsin," Sta-
The Gophers are led by their
Big Ten and national champion
diver Craig Lincoln, but aside
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from him they lack the person-
nel to defeat the Wolverines.
Their best swimmer is Tom
& ndivk. who piaced second in
the 50 yard freestyle during the
Big 10 championships.
W i s c o n si n, like Michigan.
should be vastly improved. They
are a freshman laden squad and
will be facing the same inexper-
ience problems as the Wol-
Their swimmers may be weak
but the Badger divers could give
the Wolverines a run for their
money. "They have two fine
divers in David Bush and Tony
Roof," said diving coach Dick
Kimball. Bush finished third in
th- nttionals and Roof was also
a finalis . "Without any prac-
tice time on their board things
could be rough for us." Kimball
continued. "Crawford adjusts
very well though and will make
a good showing. He will give
Lincoln a run for his money at
Stager will be taking onlythis
b.-st sw~mmers on this road trip.
The others wil be competing at
Eastern Michigan in the Michi-
g=n Collegiat" Relays, which will
be held at 2 :30 tomorrow.
EAST LANSING, Mich. u) -
Michigan State University an-
nounced yesterday that it is look-
ing for a successor to Clarence L.
"Biggie" Munn, ailing longtime
Munn, 63 and eligible for re-
tirement in 1973, suffered a stroke
on Oct. 7 that left him paralyzed
and unable to speak.
"I have regretfully concluded
that it would be in order to begin
a search for his successor," said
Dr. Clifton R. Wharton, Jr., in a
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1954, when he became athletic
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University of Minnesota, Syracuse
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gan State that he made his mark
in collegiate football.
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Ten during Munn's tenure as head
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