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DECEMBER, 5, 195$

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SECTION TWO-PAGE WINE

DECEMBER, 5,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILI SECTION TWO-PAGE NINE

+_ .erse!Set for Bg Season

By AL WINKELSTEIN
With one of the top groups of
sophomore swimmers in the na-
tion, the Wolverine natators should
have one of their most successful
seasons, barring any unforseen
developments.
Two of the Michigan newcomers
have already earned national
prominence, Dick Hanley and Carl
Woolley. Both gave tremendous
performances in the AAU meet
and Olympic trials last year as
freshmen. -
Hanley won a berth on the
United States Olympic squad in
the 100 meter freestyle, and in
the AAU meet last year, he amazed
the swimming world with an upset
victory over the great Ford Konno,
1952 Olympic Gold Medal winner.
Woolley just missed gaining a
berth on the Olympic squad. He
finished fourth in the Olympic
trials, and also placed fourth in
the AAU meet.
In the Michigan Gala, which
marked the first time he swam as
a member of the varsity, Woolley
captured both of the short free-
style events, the 50- and 100-yd.

races, and then came back to
place a strong second in the 200
yd. individual medley.
Hanley had to take a leave of
absence for the first semester due
to the Olympics, and Woolley is
ineligible, but both should be
ready for competition in the sec-
ond semester, the time when they
will be most needed:
Returning from last year's squad
will be two swimmers who placed
on the All-American squad, Fritz
Myers and John Murphy. Myers,
one of the better 200 yd. individual
medley swimmers in the country,!
was rated fifth in this event.
In the National Collegiate meet,
he finished fourth, and in the Big
Ten was third. Murphy placed
seventh on the All-American squad
in the one meter dive.
Among the other returning
swimmers is Don Adamski who
finished sixth in the 100 yd. back-
stroke as a sophomer, and would
have done better except he missed
a turn, and lost time in going back
and touching the wall. However,
in the Gala, Adamski could do no

better than a tie for fifth, almost Michigan State who set a new
three seconds slower than the Michigan AAU record in this
swimming time. event, and beat out John Dudeck,
Another important returnee is also of State, who was national
Harrison Wehner, who is expected and Big Ten champion last year.
to handle much of the long dis- Davis Tuggle, another promis-
tance free style events. Wehner ing newcomer, should prove to be
performed well for the natators a great aid to the Varsity in the
last year, and should be able to freestyle events, one of Michigan's
improve-on his performance. big weaknesses last year. Tuggle
Among the other very promising just missed beating out Woolley
sophomores is Cy Hopkins, who is in the 50-yd. freestyle.
rated as Michigan's best breast- Rounding out the list of sopho-
stroker Hopkins placed second in mores is Darrell Heinricj, and
the Gala behind Paul Reinke of Pete Fries, who both should give

good accounts of themselves in
varsity competition. Fries is a
freestyler, and Heinrich a back-
stroker.
Michigan should have a big
break in the NCAA meet because
two of the swimming powers, Ohio
State and North Carolina State
are both ineligible for the meet.
Michigan would like to end OSU
domination of the Big Ten, a
string that has continued since
1949.
The last time Michigan won a
Big Ten title was in 1948.

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