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THE MICHIGAN 11AIZY

SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MARCH 29,

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c ke es Lead at Ha Wayllark in NCAAIA
li Ahead in Big Ten Gym Meet Tashnick Smashes
___________But Michigan Trail
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-Daily Eric Arnold
RECORD BOUND--Michigan sophomore Tony Tashnick churns
his way to the NCAA 200-yd. butterfly championship. In winning
Tashnick established a new NCAA record, chopping more than five
seconds off the old record of Tim Jecko who finished second to
Tashnick last night.
IC Promises" Cooperation
With Hogan's Investigation

caught Hunsaker in the last 25
yards.
Hopkins also picked up valuable
points in the 100-yd. breaststroke.
Hopkins finished third behind
Frank Modine of Michigan State
and Jim Stanley of Harvard.
Hanley Nosed Out
Hanley was edged out in- the
220-yd.. freestyle by Yale's Roger
Anderson in a surprising. upset.
Jeff Farrell of Oklahoma had led
at the beginning of the race but
faded at the half way mark as
Hanley made a bid for the lead.
Anderson continued to pace him-
self and caught the tiring Hanley
in the last length. However, Han-
ley's second place five points were
a valuable addition to the 'M' total.
Kimball once again placed sec-
ond behind Don Harper in the
diving. The Maize and Blue diver
was superb but could not overtake
the fabulous Buckeye in the three-
meter board event. Harper's vic-
tories in the three-meter and in
the one-meter board on Thursday
enabled him to take both NCAA
titles from defending champion
Kimball.
John Smith swam one of his
finest races in the 200-yd. back-
TODAY'S EVENTS
9:30 a.m.
1. 100-yd. Butterfly Trials .,
2. 100-yd. Freestyle Trials
3. 200-yd. Breaststroke Trials
4. 100-yd. Backstroke Trials
5. 440-yd. Freestyle Trials.
6. Springboard Diving Exhibition by
entered divers 1
7. 400-yd. Medley Relay Trials
3:30 p.m.
1. 100-yd. Butterfly Finals
2. 100-yd. Freestyle Finals
3. 200-yd. Breaststroke Finals
4. 100-yd.Backstroke Finals
5. 440-yd. Freestyle Finals
6. Springboard Diving Exhibition by
entered divers.
7. 440-yd. Medley Relay Finals

stroke. Dave Pemberton of North-
western edged out Iowa's Big Ten
Champion, Lincoln Hurring. Smith
finished a strong third.
Gary Morris, the dependable
Iowa freestyle star, and Wiscon-
sin's Fred Westphal tied in the
50-yd. freestyle event. Both men
swam it in :22.4.
Summaries
200-YD. BUTTERFLY: 1. Tashnick
(M) 2. Jecko (Yale) 3. Nelson (U. of
Miami) 4. Chapman (Brown) 5.
Thatcher (Oklahoma) 6. Dobler
(MSU); Time 2:04.9. (New NCAA
record; old mark 2:09.5 by Jecko; New
American Collegiate Record; old mark
2:06 by Tashnick; New Michlgan Pool
Record; old mark 2:08.6 by Tashnick.)
50-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Morris
(Iowa) 2. Westphal (Wis.) 3. Connell
(OSU) 4. Burns (Ohio U.) 5. Moore
(Stanford) 6. Van Horn (OSU); Time
:22.4.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE: 1. Pember-
ton (NU) 2. Hurring (Iowa) 3. Smith
(M) 4. Cox (Allegheny) . Dolbey
(Yale) 6. Lechner (Oklahoma); Time:
2:08.0
220-YD.FREESTYLE: 1. Anderson
(Yale) 2. Hanley (M) 3. Farrell (Okla-
homa) 4. Bechtel (OSU) 5. Lermo
(0 k la h o m a) 6. Kilipack (Utah);
Time: 2:03.7. (New Michigan Pool
Record; old mark 2:05.9 by Hanley.)
100-YD. BREASTSTROKE: 1. Mo-
dine (MSU) 2. Stanley (Harvard) 3.
Hopkins (M) 4. Koletsky (Yale) 5.
Schere (SMU) 6. Mathias (Cornell);
'Time: 1:05.2. (New NCAA record; no
old record since this is a ne* event.)
THREE-METER DIVING: 1. Harper
(OSU, 518.90) 2. Kimball (M, 491.05)
3. Smith (SMU, 490.60) 4.'Whitten
(OSU, 479.95) 5. Gaaxiola (M, 475.60)
6. O'Brien (OSU, 475.05).
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: 1.
Hunsaker (I11.) 2. Hopkins (M) 3.
Jecko (Yale) 4. Harmon (MSU) 5.
Pinney (Conn.) 6. Hardin (Yale);
Time: 2:09.6.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY: I..
Ohio State 2. Michigan State 3. Yale
4. Iowa 5. North Carolina 6. Southern
Methodist; Time: 3:23.1 (Ties NCAA
record set by Yale, 1956.

4.

NEW YORK W)-The Interna-
tional Boxing Club said yesterday,
it had been subpoenaed as a wit-
ness and will cooperate fully with
Dist. Atty. Frank S. Hogan in his
investigation of professional box-
ing.
Harry Markson, managing di-
rector of the IBC, released a state-
ment to the press to explain the
club's position in the current
probe.
IBC Subpoena
Hogan's office announced
Thursday that Markson had been
ordered to appear Monday before
the grand jury investigating box-
ig. He was ordered to bring the
IBC's records from Jan. 1, 1956, to
date. Markson explained that the
subpoena was addressed to the
IBC and not to him personally.
Hogan has subpoenaed more
than a dozen other boxing figures
i n c lu d i n g welterweights Virgil
Akins of St. Louis and Isaac Lo-
gart of Cuba, manager Hymie
Wallman, and IBC matchmaker
Billy Brown for appearances be-
fore the grand jury.
Armed with a search warrant,
Hogan's d e t e t i v e s Thursday

seized a memorandum book, 16
bulky folders and other papers
from Wallman at his fur firm's
offices.
In an affidavit asking for the
warrant, Assistant District At-
torney John Bononi said that
Wallman was a "front man" for
Frankie Carbo. Bononi said Carbo
was "an undercover manager of
professional prize fighters through
various front men."

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HALF-CENtURY TRIBUTE:
Kennedy, Mann. Receive Awards

By CHUCK KOZOLL
"Swimming has moved from the
cellar to the top floor in the past
50 years,' noted Edward Kennedy
last night.
Commenting on the constant
improvement in swim competition,
Kennedy, former Columbia coach
and first recipient of the National
Collegiate and Scholastic Swim-
ming trophy, praised the meet

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"Coaching techniques, more and
better facilities, and greater col-
lege interest all contributed to the
record -times in the meet," added
the eastern specialist.
Responding to' a standing ova-
tion by the capacity crowd, Ken-
nedy viewed his swimming work as
a member of the worldwide team.
Other "half-century coaches,"
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Matt Mann, honored by the
NCAA coaches for 45 years of serv-
ice to aquatics, looked on his
career as "pure enjoyment."
"I enjoyed every minute of my
30 years at Michigan and now
Oklahoma is offering me a repeat
performance," responded Mann.
Sharing the spotlight with Ken-
nedy and Mann were two powers
in the Iva League, Hal Ulen, Har-
vard and Bob Kiphuth, Yale, who
were among the "youthfulcoaches"
recognized with 41 years of experi-
ence'.
Noting the career of Ulen at
Harvard, Frank Jamerson, former
North Carolina University mentor,
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because the meet goes on na-
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time.
commented, "His years in Cam-
bridge have been spent in building
outstanding swimmers and gentle-
men."
Dave Armbruster, recently re-
tired Iowa coach, was recipient of
a dual award. Honored for 45 years
in the Big Ten, he watched Tony
Tashnick set a new NCAA record
in the 200-yd. butterfly-the stroke
he originated.

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