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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday; November 15, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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INDIANA FAVORED:

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By CHUCK BLOOM
A safe bet, in this year of many
upsets, would be that Indiana
will again emerge as the na-
tion'spowerhouse in swimming.
The Hoosiers are loaded with
Olympians and have an out-
standing crop of freshmen. In
the Big Ten conference, there
is only one team that poses any
kind of threat to the Hoosier dy-
nasty, and that isaMichigan.
Swimming coach Gus Stager
faces the yearly battle of what
to do to dethrone Indiana. Us-
ually the answer comes up to be
the same; nothing. But this sea-
son just may prove to be dif-
ferent. Mark Spitz, swimming's
answer to Superman, has grad-
uated to bigger and richer
things. Gary Hall was the big
disappointment in Munich and it
may affect his swimming this
year.
Last year at the Big Ten
Championships, the Wolverines
spent most of the meet worrying
about holding second place
against Ohio State. This season,
with the championships being
held here in Ann Arbor, the Wol-
verine aquanauts can go after

wi mmers

face

atnnual

chase

Coach Gus Stager
the kings of the mountain.
The Wolverines are led by
defending Big Ten champion Stu
Isaac, junior from Amherst, N.
Y. Isaac took the only two titles
for Michigan in both the 100 and
200 breaststroke. He finished
fifth in the NCAA champion-
ship in the 100 and ninth in the
200. Isaac has all the potential
to be a national champion ac-

cording to Stager, but it is all a
matter of concentration.
Backing up Isaac are two vet-
eran swimmers, if such a term
can be used at a young age. Mike
Whitaker, a senior from Calgary,
swam in the recent Summer
Olympic Games, and was sec-
ond to Isaac in the 100 yard
breaststroke in the Big Ten meet.
Pat Bauer is an Ann Arbor
sophomore who came in fifth in
the 200 in the Big Tens. Add to
the list, Brad Brockway, a fresh-
man from Dearborn, and the
Maize and Blue has the swim-
mers to make the breaststroke
Michigan's strongest event.
The sprint events could also
be a plus for the Wolverines.
Heading the group is Jose Aran-
ha, junior from Brazil, who
swam for the Brazilian Olympic
team. Aranha had outstanding
times in Munich which should
help him in the upcomingsyear.
Aranha took a third and a sec-
in the Big Ten championships
last year.
Senior Ray McCullough came
on strong at the end of last sea-
son and set the Michigan var-
sity record for the 100-yard free-
style in the NCAA championships
last March. McCullough is a ver-
satile swimmer as he is able to
go middle, as well and sprint dis-
tances.
If Michigan is to go anywhere,
conference-wise or nationally,
they must get production from
their two big freshmen guns,
Tom Szuba and Paul Foster, both
from Dearborn. Szuba is rated as
one of the nation's outstanding
collegiate freshmen. His special-
ity is the individual medley
where he finished sixth in the
U. S. Olympic Trials. But Stag-
er plans to use him in other
needed areas. Szuba will help
fill the butterfly void caused by
the graduation of captain Byron
MacDonald.
Foster finished in the top 15
in both backstroke events dur-
ing the U.. S. Trials and was
statechampion lastyear in the
100. Foster has the potential

to be a national champion in the
backstroke and will help score
points along with senior Steve
McCarthy and junior Chris Han-
sen, the Michigan record holder.

Birmingham has as much poten-
tial as any diver around but last
season the freshmen blahs af-
fected his performance. Hope-
fully for Quint andsthe rest of the
Wolverines, this season will be
different.
1972 Schedule
(HOME MEETS IN CAPITALS)
Dec. 2 Big Ten Relays
Dec. 8 at Purdue
Dec. 9 at Illinois
Jan. 12 WISCONSIN
Jan. 26 TEXAS
Jan. 27 SMU
Feb. 3 at Princeton
Feb. 10 INDIANA
Feb. 17 OHIO STATE
March 1-2-3 Big Ten Championship
in Ann Arbor

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Jose Aranha
Michigan's distance men are
junior Dan Fishburn, from Cha-
grin Falls, Ohio, and sophomore
Mark Anderson, from Glenview,
Illinois, along with Szuba. Fish-
burn finished a surprising sixth
in the conference meet in the
gruelling 1650-yard freestyle.
The butterfliers are Szuba, Lar-
ry Day, a Saginaw senior, Au-
gusto Gonzales, junior f r o m
Peru, and Cadillac's Don Peter-
son, who also swims the individ-
ual medlies.
Diving was a sore spot for the
Wolverines l-st year and diving
coach Dick Kimball hopes for
a lot of improvement this year.
Michigan's top diver is All-
American Joe Crawford who fin-
ished seventh in the national
championships and fourth at the
AAU championships. S t e v e
Schenthal and Peter Agnew are
a pair of juniors who are count-
ed on to give the Wolverines
needed meet points. Schenthal
was a AAU finalist last year.
Sophomore Dick Quint from

'Tis truly a sad day in Daily Libel history. Their star defensive end,
Big Bubba ConstricTOR has decided to hang 'em up for good. It
seems that all the waring on the turf of combat has taken its toll
on this sensitive, sweet person.
"I'm doing it for the good of the team," says the mighty, but
humble giant. "I find that I am unable to do the job that is required of
me. I've lost too many steps thus impairing my ability to play this fine
game we call football. I can't say enough for the other drunks on the
team. Just that old Tors never die, they just eat away."
Prick Papanek, coach of the fifth-ranked Libels was lost for words.
"I just don't know how I'm going to replace that big mother."
TOR also revealed at his press conference, held at the Del Rio,
that he has kept a secret diary of the team's activities and will be
published next week, entitled "Illegal Use of Hands."
An autographed copy will be sent to T. Dawson, this week's winner
in Gridde Pickings. TOR will now retire to an exclusive suburban
commune of APBA freaks and will stay high on red dice.
If you want him to un-retire, send all sympathy cards and your
final Gridde Picks to 420 Maynard, c/o Daily Libels.

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