THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, March 13, 1973
Page Eight N THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, March 13, 1973
Hoosier tankers shay
By CHUCK BLOOM One of the biggest upsets
Indiana came, saw and con- meet happened in an event
quered, winning the 63rd Annual no Hoosier made the finals.
Big Ten Swimming and Diving gan's Pat Bauer, an Ann
Championships held March 1-3 at native swimming before the
Michigan's Matt Mann Pool. It town folks, nipped defendin
was the 13th straight Big Ten Ten Champion and teamma
swim title for the Hoosiers. Isaac by .02 seconds to w'
Michigan finished second, chalk- 200-yard breaststroke title
ing up 386 points to Indiana's 572. order was reversed in the 10
Wisconsin, showing surprising breaststroke final with Isaa
depth, finished third with 241 and ning and Bauer placings
Michigan State came in fourth Isaac s time of :59.46 bro
with 186. pool and Big Ten Champ
NEVERTHELESS, the Hoosiers
were not too impressive in rolling
over the rest of the competition
and showed noticeable weaknesses
in certain areas. They failed to
place a single swimmer in the
finals of either breaststroke event
or in the 100-yard freestyle.
"Our sprinters were pathetic,"
said winning head coach James
"Doc" Counsilman, "and our:
breaststroke wasn't very good.I
We'll have to do something about
ALL IN ALL, six Big Ten
championship records were rewrit-
ten and 17 pool standards fell by
Another major upset came dur-
ing the meet's first day of com-
petition when MSU's Glen Disos-
way, a gangling freshman from
Chicago, beat favorites Mel Nash
of Indiana, Jose Aranha and Ray
McCullough of Michigan to win the
50-yard freestyle crown.
"I'm really happy I won," stat-
ed a tired Disosway. "I won the
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race on the start. After the turn,
everyone hits a big wave, so the
big advantage is to hit the turn
Nash finished second, Aranha
came in third, and McCullough, a
victim of that wave, touched
The renewal of the Gary Hall-
Tom Szuba battle provided most
of the thrills for the people who
viewed the happenings. Hall won
two individual titles and Szuba
captured one, but Szuba was by
far the more valuable swimmer to
WITH HALL electing to swim
both butterfly events instead of
the 400-yard individual medley,
Szuba had relatively little compe-
tition in capturing the event. His
time of 4:04.34 broke the pool re-
cord Hall had established earlier
In the 200-yard individual med-
ley, Hall and Szuba swam nose-to-
nose throughout the entire race
with Hall nipping the Dearborn
freshman by half a second.
Hall captured the 200-yard but-
terfly rather easily with Szuba
finishing second. But taking into
consideration that it was only the
third time all season Scuba had
swum that race, it was quite re-
markable to see him touch out In-
diana's Bob Alsfelder, second-place
in the NCAA's in the 100-yard fly,
for the second spot.
On top of that, Szuba anchored
both the 400 and 800-yard freestyle
relays. In the 800-yard relay Szu-
ba almost single-handedly put the
Michigan team into second place
with a blazing last leg of 1:42.
SZUBA enjoyed the sweetness of
victory but wanted more than that.
"It's nice to win but it would have
been a lot nicer to beat Hall. How-
ever, I don't know if I could
Szuba's win combined with Hall's
reluctance to swim the 400-yard
IM gives Szuba an excellent chance
to become Michigan's first na-
tional champion in several years
when the NCAA meet is held next
week in Knoxville, Tennessee.
"If I shave down, I can break
four minutes in the NCAA's," stat-
ed Szuba. "If Hall doesn't swim
the 400-yard IM, the man to beat
is Steve Furniss of Washington."
Another strong Wolverine-show-
ing came in the diving events.
Even though Ohio State's flying
sophomore Tim Moore captured
both diving titles, the Michigan
divers performed much better than
Doily Photo by RANDY EDMONDS
STU ISAAC, Wolverine breaststroker, beats up a storm of water at Matt Mann Pool. Isaac swam to a
first place finish in the 100-yard breaststroke and a second-place position in the 200-yard version
of that same stroke in the Big Ten finals a week ago at Matt Mann. His points helped the Michigan
tankers to a strong second place finish behind the I 'diana Hoosiers.
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last year when they could man-
age only three points. Joe Craw-
ford and Dick Quint led the way,
with the former finishing second
and the latter fourth off both
MSU's Bruce Wright won the
100-yard freestyle event giving the'
Spartans a clean sweep in the
sprints. Wright nipped Aranha,
who finished second for the sec-
ond consecutive year.
COUNSILMAN loaded up his!
strong events with Hoosier tankers
as Indiana swimmers placed 11
men as the first 12 finalists at the
start of the meet. For a while, it'
appeared as though Counsilman's
men would make a shambles of
But Indiana's weak points be-
gan to show and this, along with
the fact that nearly every other
Big Ten swimming team had im-
proved from a year earlier, made
the meet much more exciting than
was anticipated. In fact, Michi-'
gan outscored Indiana 172-171 int
the final day of competition, and
this is something that almost nev-
er happens to a Counsilman squad.
"WE WERE like a football team
with a big lead coming out for'
the second half," Counsilman
stated. "Our placings were fine
but our times were, on the whole,
slow, especially the 1650, which I
thought was very slow. I hope it
won't be as close in the NCAA's as
it was last year. (Indiana nipped
Southern Cal for the crown by 19
points.) I don't think I'll be able
to take it if it is."
The Wolverines are in good
shape for the Knoxville meet and
are hoping to take sixth place. As
diving coach Dick Kimball stated:
"We came out of this meet smell-
ing like a rose."
Big Ten Swimming Stats
1. John Kinsella, Indiana 4:31.59
2. Bruce Dickson, Indiana 4:33.85
3. Bill Heiss, Indiana 4:38.20
11. Dan Fishburn, Michigan 4:47.61
200-yard Individual Medley
1. Gary Hail, Indiana 1:54.86
2. Tom Szuba, Michigan 1:55.13
3. Mike Stamm, Indiana 1:56.18
8. Stu Isaac, Michigan 1:59.59
12. Pat Bauer, Michigan 2:02.71
1. Glenn Disosway, Michigan
2. Mel Nash, Indiana :21.49
3. Jose Aranha, Michigan :21.80
5. Ray McCullough, Michigan :21.92
1. Tim Moore, Ohio State 475.77
2. Joe Crawford, Michigan 469.53
3. Rich Matheny, Ohio State 460.11
4. Dick Quint, Michigan 445.02
11. Pete Agnew, Michigan 402.78
400-yard Medley Relay
1. Indiana, '(Stamm, Brock
Ladewig, Hall, Nash) 3:27.31
2. Michigan (Chris Hansen,
Isaac, McCullough, Aranha) 3:30.54
3. Michigan State 3:32.82
400-yard Individual Medley
1. TOM SzUBA, MICHIGAN 4:04.3+
2. Bruce Dickson, Indiana 4:08.44
3. John Halladay, Indiana 4:13.93
7. Don Peterson, Michigan 4:18.53
1. John Kinsella, Indiana 1:43.00
2. Fred Tyler, Indiana 1:43.0a
3. Gary Conelly, Indiana 1:43.27
1. Gary Hall, Indiana y :50.19
2. Pat O'Connor, Indiana :51.61
3. Howard Lee, Minnesota :51.79
6. Larry Day, Michigan :52.03
9. Ray McCullough, Michigan :52.77
1. Mike Stamm, Indiana :51.75
2. Larry Barbiere, Indiana :52.91
3. Alan Dilley, Michigan State :53.841
6. Steve McCarthy, Michigan :54.25
7. Chris Hansen, Michigan :54.79
8. Rich Dorney, Michigan :54.84
10. Paul Foster, Michigan :55.72
The Dynasty Goes On
1. STU ISAAC, MICHIGAN :59.46
2. Pat Bauer, Michigan 1:00.16
3. Paul Jarvie, Wisconsin 1:00.80
9. Mike Whitaker, Michigan 1:02.00
800-yard Freestyle Relay
1. Indiana (Heiss, Tyler, Hall,
2. Michigan (McCarthy, Fishburn,
McCullough, Szuba) 7:01.22
3. Wisconsin 7:04.10
1. John Kinsella, Indiana 15:41.58
2. Bruce Dickson, Indiana 15:57.16
3. Bill Heiss, Indiana 16:24.68
6. Dan Fishburn, Michigan 16:48.67
L. Bruce Wright, Michigan State :46.66
2. Jose Aranha, Michigan :47.12
3. Dan Striebel, Wisconsin :47.40
4. Ray McCullough, Michigan .47.74
1. Mike Stamm, Indiana 1:51.70
2. Alan Dilley, Michigan State 1:56.24
3. Larry Barbiere, Indiana 1:56.50
4. Paul Foster, Michigan 1:59.45
5. Chris Hansen, Michigan 2:00.60
6. Steve McCarthy, Michigan 2:00.99
8. Rich Dorney, Michigan 2:01.55
1. Gary Hall, Indiana 1:50.16
2. Tom Szuba, Michigan 1:53.31
3. Bob Alsfelder, Indiana 1:53.75
6. Larry Day, Michigan 1:57.21
8. Don Peterson, Michigan 1:58.96
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