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Pgge Eigl;t

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 12, 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 12, 1975

ARTHUR FRQMMER, EUROPE ON $5 AND $10 A DAY, P.601-

INDIANA CAPTURES CROWN

Tankers

"The life of Europe
~ismrrored in its trains:

finish

"You haven't really savored the essence of the
Continent until you've chugged along in a second-class
compartment and shared the sausage-and-Chianti of an
Italian family, or carried on a bouncing conversation in
broken French, or simply leaned back and observed the
European in his holiday-traveling mood.
"On most other occasions in Europe, the tourist is
likely to be a frenzied animal, divorced from a truly human
contact with the population. In a train, this remoteness
falls away.
"A moment occurs when the sights and sounds of
Europe become intimate and related to people-and that,
to me, is a thrill which no monument or museum can
ever provide."
If you're going to Europe, consider our trains. Our
Student Railpass gives you two months of unlimited
Second Class travel'for $180. In Britain, a variety of
BritRail Youth Passes from $35 to $94 is available.
NOTE: These passes are not available in Europe.
You must buy them here before you go. See your Travel
Agent or mail the coupon below. Prices subject to change.
European Railroads, Department 192-2006
Box 70, Bohemia, New York 11716
Gentlemen,
Please send me your free brochure,."The Trains of Europe."
Name Address .
City State Zip
My Travel Agent is

By ED LANGE
The Michigan swim team gave
it their best shot but it wasn't
enough as they were narrowly
edged out of a second place
finish in the Big Ten Swimming
Championships in Bloomington,
Indiana, February 27-March 1.
The Wolvernes piled up 278
points to 285 for the Badgers
as the invincible Indiana squad
totaled an awesome 583 points
to easily out distance Wiscon-
sin.
MICHIGAN coach Gus Stager
was far from disappointed over
his team's showing, however,
saying, "I can't be more satis-
fied with a team. We swam our
best times of the year, yet
when you look back and see it
was only seven points from
second place, you wonder, if
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a little more."
Nevertheless, nine Michigan
swimmers qualified for the Na-
tionals. Tom Szuba, Don Craine,
Gordon Downie, Pat Bauer, Rob1
Helt, John Daly, Joe Bauer,;
Norm Semchyshen and Fred
Yawger head the Wolverine con-;
tingent that will compete in the;
NCAA meet at Cleveland State,
March 27-30.
THE HOOSIERS of Indiana
were never seriously threatened
in the meet, winning four of the
five events on the first day off
competition. Michigan, spurred
on by super performances by1
Downie and Norm Semchyshen'
in the 500 yard freestyle and
Don Craine's second in the one
meter diving event, tied for
third place with MichiganState
behind Ohio State.f
Downie and Semchyshen weret
nothing short of spectacular as
they finished secand and third
in the 500, behind Indiana's
Bruce Dickson.
"Norm Semchyshen was out-f
standing," beamed Stager, "as
a coach I tend to look at what
-----f

a person starts with and then
look at what he ends wit:). Sem-i
chyshen's times were reaNy out-
standing," said Stager.
SEMCHYSHEN complemented
his performance in the 500 with
a third in the 200 free (1:44.37)
and 5th in the 1650 free (16:-1
24.6), qualifying to compete inl
all three events at the nationals.,
Downie took a first in the 200
freestyle, nosing out Indiana's
Jim Montgomery with a 1:42.12
and a second in the 1650 with a
16:11.12, behind Dickson of In-
diana. "His swims were super-
lative-potential wise, he could
be one of the greatest swimmers'
in the U.S.," said Stager. "He
is a swimmer that has to be
contended with in the future."
The Wolverines climbed into
second place on the second day
of competition, thanks mainly
to Downie and Semchyshen.
Szuba, Daly, Helt and Bauer
also contributed and the 800
yard free relay team placed1
second behind Indiana in a time
of 6:51.4.
SZUBA placed fourth in the!
400 IM with a 4:08.8, behind the
ever present Hoosier Bruce1
Dickson, but his time was below
his best of the year. The junior
from Dearborn also finished a
disappointing sixth in the in-
dividual medley, his specialty.
Stager explained that "he just
didn't swim well" but went on
to explain that Szuba had been
sick with a bronchial infection
for some time.
John Daly, the excellent fresh-
man butterflyer from Puerto
Rico, finished sixth in the 100
butterfly, won by John Apsley of

third
-TSU,and Stager called him
"the most outstanding fresh-
man." Rob Helt placed 5th in
the 100 backstroke with a clock-
ing of 53.73, behind Hoosier Mel
Nash's time of 51.9.
Pat Bauer finished a disap-
nointi'ng 6th in the 100 yard
breaststroke but came through
on the last day of the meet to
take a second in, the 200 yard
breaststroke in a time of 2:10.9,
as Charles Keating of Indiana
won it with a 2:06.7.
WISCONSIN finally overtook
the Blue in the last event of the
meet, taking a fourth in the
400 yard free relay to Michi-
gan's 6th.
Don Craine was the only
Michigan diver to place and
diving coach Dick Kimball was
mildly upset with the rest of
his divers. "Craine dove really
well, but our other divers didn't
and I wasn't satisfied, especially
with Dick Quint. He should have
been in the thick of it," scorned
Kimball.
Craine had to be content with
two seconds as Ohio State's
Timmy Moore successfully de-
fended his titles on the one and
three meter boards. He piled up
514.02 and 556.26 as compared to
Craine's totals of 480.8 and
542.97.
Besides the nine individuals
going to Cleveland, three Wol-
verine relay teams will also be
competing. The 400 medley re-
lay team of Helt, Bauer, Daly
and Downie will be competing
as will the 800 and 400 yard free-
style relay teams, comprised of
Semchyshen, P. Bauer, Szuba
and Downie.

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Ask'anyone who's been there.

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Wolverine of the Week

For over 130 years we've been using
the word quality" in our advertising.
Once again, we'd like to tell you what
we mean by it.'

FRI-SAT
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FIN,

Glen Ohrlin is an-
ex-rodeo rider, and a
workina cowboy. He
taught Jack Elliott how
to ride a horse, throw
a rope, his first chords
on the quitar, and his
first songs. He has
also iust published a
book of sonqs called
"The Hellbound Trail."
He is an excellent
singer and storyteller.
WED.-
Hoot 75c
SUN.-
Bill
Steele
Sinqer & storyteller
wrote "GARBAGE" and
other great songs!1

Steve Grote, a 6'2" sophomore
guard, has been named Wolver-
ine of the Week.
Grote, who lost his starting
job after the basketball team's
second loss to Indiana, regained
it five games later against Pur-
due. He then went on to spark
the team in the clutch in two
important victories against Pur-
due and Ohio State, giving
Michigan a second place finish
in the Big Ten and a bid to the
iNCAA Western regional.
Against Purdue, he, led the
team with 22 points and 9
assists w h i1 e collecting 8
carems. The Cincinnati, Ohio
veteran hit on 10 of 18 shots
and five straight at the free
throw line for 61 points in the
final three games.
In the season finale at Colum-
bus, Grote again erupted-this
time for 25 points. The hustling
guard also added 5 assists and
6 rebounds to help clinch the
Wolverines' s e c o n d straight
NCAA berth.
Even when Grote was bench-
ed, his performances as the
sixth man insured a few other
Michigan victories.

Steve Grote
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MARCH 15 & 16
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The Israeli Committee, of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Michigan is PROUD AND PRIVILEGED
TO WELCOME
THE PRESIDENT OF ISRAEL
The Honorable Ephraim Katzir
who will speak at a University Convocation
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12-4 P.M.
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