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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY $, 1'968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE NINE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE NIN1

* Gmnasts
By ANDY BARBAS !the Wolverines had planned.
Special To The Daily Michigan State gained a 27.55 to
EAST LANSING - With pre- 27.25 lead in the efforts of Toby
game predictions ranging from Towson, who upset Michigan's
a Michigan State romp to a NCAA champion, Dave Jacobs,
squeeking victory by the Wolver- 9.3 to 9.2 George Huntzicker also
ines, the gymnasts traveled to East put forth a 9.15 showing.
Lansing yesterday expecting the After the side horse, the Spar-
worst, tans strongest event, the two
They returned after stymying teams scored about evenly on the
the forecasters by calling the still rings, 26.95 to 26.80, with the
shots throught most of the meet Spartans holding the edge. Char-
and dealing the Spartans a 188.6 lie Froeming led the Wolverines
to 187.05 upset. with a 9.1.
The Woverines won the meet Even though the Wolverines
where they were expected to lose slipped in trampoline, the winning
it - the side horse. While the margin thre was still enough to

ult' Over State

put them ahead for good. Jacobs
only scored a 9.4, Huntzicker a
9.25, and Captain Wayne Miller
slipped near the completion of his
performance but still picked up
an 8.8.
The Spartans cut the Wolverine
lead to only .05 of a point in the
long horse. Sophomore Jensen led
the Wolverines with a 9.25. Mich-
igan State captain Dave Thor,
though, led everyone with a 9.4.
Michigan's Fred Rodney followed
the two with a solid 9.15, tying
the Spartans' Ed Gunny.
The Wolverines had the Spar-
tans with their backs against the

wall going into the parallel bars,
and then proceeded to push State
through it. Ron Rapper, ranked
number two in the country at the
beginning of the season, steadied
his performance and outscored
everyone with a 9.35.
Jensen and Dick Richards fol-
lowed up with 9.05, bringing the
Michigan total to 27.45. Two of
the Spartan contestants slipped on
the bars giving the team only a
26.6 score.
Last Ditch
Michigan State's coach Szypula,
in a last ditch effort to overtake
the Wolverines, instructed his
high bar team to take a chance.
They attempted harder tricks, but
their gamble failed as Gunny slip-
ped on the middle of his routine.
State only totalled 26.2 in the
event.
Now, Michigan knew it had won
the meet, and in fact was in
striking distance of the magic
score, 190. But only if they could
get a 27,2 on the high bar.
Fred Rodney led off with an 8.9,
Mike Sasich followed up withan
excellent 9.15. Jensen, however,

THERE TODAY, HERE TOMORROW:
leers Face Sliding Spartais
By ELLIOTT BERRY hill. The hero of that game, Nick but uninspired victories at Duluth
Tonight will be a turning point Hathaway, who scored the win- last weekend. it's greatest problem
for either Michigan or Michigan ning goal in overtime, suffered a may be geting mentally prepared
State's icers. shoulder separation last week and for the weekend series with a
The Wolverines will take their will probably be out of action weak Spartan team.
eight-game winning streak back for the weekend series. The other Sophomore Dave Perrin admit-
to the scene of their last loss. Wolverine nemsis. Nino Cristo- ted that although he certainly
when theyceneatelastlohigsnfolie. who tallied twice in the last wasn't looking past State, he's
whe they battle lowly Michigan Michigan - Michigan State game, "really waiting for that series with
The Wolverines find themselves has put the light on only twice Tech 'Michigan Tech, the cur-
nTheWlvyeighes fndthemdelve more for the Spartans. rent WCHA leaders), next week."
riding on the crest of their eight- The Spartans have averaged .The second game of the series
game win streak, while the Spar- only a 2.4 goals per game con- will be at the Coliseum tomorrow
tans are plunged in the. depths trasted with Michigan's 4.8. niht where the Wolverines are
f --+1, undefeated.

score in this event was 26.35, it wasj
much more than they had ex-f
pected. Earlier this' year, side
horse scores had sometimes been
well below 26.
Jim Deboo came through with
one of his best performances of
the year, 9.15. Sid Jensen contri-
buted an 8.8 and Mike Carpenter
finally gained the composure he
has lacked most of the season
and ended up with an 8.4.
The score after the first event
of the meet turned out about as

Squashing The Spartans

RON RAPPER
was exhausted from his previous

of seventh place, having droppel
six straight since their victory over
Michigan. By all indications the
Wolverine streak should be kept
intact, at least through this week-
end.

FLOOR EXERCISE - 1. Towson
(MSU), 9.3; 2. Tie, Jacobs (M) and
9.15.
Thor (MSU), 9.2; 4. Huntzicker (M),
2. Tie, Deboo( M) and Witzke (MSU),
SIDE HORSE - 1. Thor (MSU), 9.3;
9.15; 4. Kinsey (MSU), 9.05.
and Uroft (MSU), 9.1; 3. Gunny
RINGS - 1. Tie, Froeming (M)
(MSU), 9.0; 4. Tie, Jensen (M) and
Kenney (M) and Goldberg (MSU),
TRAMPOLINE - 1. Jacobs (M),
8.85.

9.4; 2. Huntzicker (M), 9.25; 3. Miller
(M), 8.8; 4. Join (MSrU), 8.75.
VAULTING - 1. Thor (MSU), 9.4;
2. Jensen (M), 9.25; 3. Tie, Rodney
(M) and Gunny (MSU), 9.15.
PARALLEL BARS -- 1. Rapper
(M), 9.35; 2. Fedorchik (MSU), 9.1;
3. Tie, Jensen (M) and Richards (M),
9.05.
HIGH BAR - 1. Thor (MSU), 9.35;
2. Sasich (M), 9.15; 3. Fedorchik
(MSU), 8.95; 4. Rodney (M), 8.9.

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efforts and fell leaving him with Shocked
a 7.75. The Wolverines only total- Michigan hasn't tasted defeat
led 25.8 in the event leaving them since January 7, when the Spar-
well short of 190. tans shocked them with a 4-3
Michigan's coach Newt Loken, overtime victory. At that time,
after the meet, could only look however, both squads were fight-
forward to the coming Big Ten ing to stay out of the WCHA
championships. He felt that "with cellar.
these scores, we have a good The Spartan victory over Mich-
chance of overcoming Iowa and igan was their finest hour. Since
taking the Big Ten title." I then it has been straight down-

F aiing Defense
The most significant factor,
however, in the Spartan demise
has been the defense play. The
Spartan blue-line corps, anchor-
ed by Dick Bois and Doug French,
who were superb in thwarting the
Wolverine attack in their last
meeting, has had a difficult time
protecting goalie Richard Duffett.,
The Spartans have yielded more
goals per game than any team in
the WCHA.
The Wolverines will carry the
league's most potent offense, into
the game to test the suddenly poor!
Spartan defense.
With Michigan coming off easy

fCORES
North Carolina 80, Wake Forest 60
NY U 76, manhattan 63
Rhode island 53, Providence 51
Bradley 76, Tulsa 57
St. Louis 60, memphis St. 53
Oklahoma city 112, Creighton 86
Duquesne $7, Westminister, Pa. 69
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL BROWN

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This Weekend in Sports'
Friday
HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan State
Saturday
BASKETBALL-Iowa in Everts Building, 1:30 p.m.
HOCKEY-Michigan State at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
WRESTLING--Ohio State in Events Building, 3:30 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Michigan at Ohio State.
SWIMMING-Michigan at In'iana.
TRACK-Michigan State Relays at East Lansing.
Monday
WRESTLING-Michigan at Wisconsin.

Olympic Skiing Halts;
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By The Associated Press
GRENOBLE - Peggy Fleming
non-stop charge toward a figur
skating gold metal and skier Bil
Kidd's rapid recovery from ai
alarming ankle injury sent U.
hopes soaring again yesterdaya
the 10th Winter Olympics.

RELAY UNIT SPOTLIGHTED:
M' Trackmen Attend Invitational

By PHIL BROWN
The roughest weekend of the
young indoor season looms for
Michigan's track squad, with
meets in New York, East Lansing,
and at Eastern Michigan sharing
the spotlight.
While the cream of the Wolver-
ines' freshman crop travels to
Ypsilanti tonight for novice com-
petition, varsity thinclads parti-
cipate in all-important meets in
Madison Square Garden tonight
and at Michigan State tomorrow.
Coach Don Canham has en-
tered his crack two-mile relay
unit in the Garden Invitational,
recently the subject of a heated
controversy because of the spon-1
soring United States Track and'
Field Federation's refusal to seek
an Amateur Athletic Union sanc-
tion.
Not This Time

500, and Earl McCullouch and
Leon Coleman in the hurdles make
the New York meet one of the
season's finest.
Tomorrow many of the com-
petitors travel to East Lansing for
the Michigan State Relays, where
most of the Midwest's best ath-
letes meet head-on for the first
time this year.
The finest track and field
teams from the Big Ten, Big
Eight, and Mid-American Confer-
ences will take part in the Relays.
Kansas, Kansas State, Iowa
State, Indiana, Northwestern, and
Missouri will lead the assault on
Jennison Field House, along with
MSU and Michigan.
While the Wolverines have
looked very good in their two
previous outings, they have not
yet faced teams with the depth
of those they will meet tomorrow.

leas o "n
Skittish weather conditions, how-
ever, forced postponement of the
'smen's downhill race and opening ;
lre heats in men's and women's luge
y competition.
Miss Fleming, a poised, 19-year-
at old beauty from Colorado Springs,
Colo., took -a runaway 67-point
lead over Gabriele Seyfert of East
Germany with four or five com-
pulsory figures completed at the
Stade de Glace.
A favorite to give the U.S. its
first gold medal in ladies' figure
skating since the 1956 Games, she
built a 30-point lead in the first
two complsory figures Wednesday
and pulled steadily away on her
third and fourth figures today.
Kidd, the Stowe, Vt., flash who
figures to be America's top medal
candidate in the Alpine tests, an-
nounced he would start in the
downhill race after being virtually
counted out because of a sprained
left ankle suffered during Wed-
nesday's practice run.
"I feel okay. I will go in the
race," Kidd said about an hour
before the scheduled start of the
Games' initial Alpine tests, which
was washed out by snowfall, high
winds and fog.
Nine-time world champion Eu-
genio Monti of Italy and brake-
man Luciano De Paolis swept into
the lead on the first two runs of
the two-man bobsled competition
as the U.S. teams held seventh
and 10th positions.
The last two runs are scheduled
for Friday night.
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