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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5,1967

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By ANDY BARBAS
In some parts of the country,
people don't know the difference
between Michigan and Michigan
State. Last week in Chicago, they
Shadto know the difference be-
tween Northeast and Northwest
Louisiana State.
DaysLast Saturday, the two col-
0 Sun Filed Days leges made outstanding showings
in the Midwest Gymnastic Open.
W ing ing ig bts The hero from Northeast Louis-
iana State, with the unlikely
name of Katsutoshi Kanzaki,
took firsts in the Long horse and
onlyyhorizontal bar, a tie for first on
the rings, and third place on the
parallel bars, plus a fifth on
placed him first in all-around
S199 competition.
Loyd Second
Dec. 25-Jan. 3 His performance was followed
v closely by Richard Loyd, from
Northwest Louisiana State. who
took second place in three events,
Look at all you getl! the floor exercise, side horse, and
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and placed fourth in the floor
exercise. His consistently high
scores in the other events enabled
him to take second place.
The rest of the competition was,
dominated by the Midwestern
teams. Southern Illinois, last
year's NCAA champions, placed
men high in almost all of the
events, and placed two men high
in three events.
Miller Cops Tramp
They placed four men in the
top ten in all-around competition.
Fred Dennis was fourth, Paul
Mayer wkas seventh, Richard Tuck-
er eighth, and Stewart Smith was
tenth.
Michigan won thge trampoline,
although captain Wayne Miller
had to do the job after last year's
NCAAA champion Dave Jacobs
failed to qualify for the finals.
Sophomore George Huntzicker
place second on the long horse,!
fifth in the floor exercise, and
backed up Miller with a fifth on
the trampoline.
Another sophomore, Jim DeBoo,
took a fourth place oui the side
horse. Sid Jensen finished ninth
in all-around competition, a fresh-
man, Murray Plotkin was twelfth,

with Ed Howard and Rick Mc-'
Curdy fourteenth and sixteenth,
respectively.
Iowa copped sixth and eleventh
places all-around, nearly domin-
ated the side horse competition
capturing first, third, and sixth
places, tied for first in the rings,
and placed in the long horse and
horizontal bars.
Michigan's coach, Newt Loken,
described the other teams as "very,
impressive." He did feel that "the

team did as well as expected, and
looked very encouraging."
"We didn't do as well as we
expected to do in the parallel
bars, but out long horse results
were very encouraging."
Judging from the results of
the meet. Loken expects the Big
Ten competition to be very stiff.
He said that "Michigan's roughest
competition should come from
last year's champion, Iowa. Mich-
igan State and Illinois."

1114VANDAS
AND THE
... Howard Kohn
A Christmas Story:
Now it came to pass .. .
And he spake a parable unto them, saying:
Now it came to pass in those days that there went out a decree
from the Columbia Broadcasting System that all the world should
be taxed (beyond human understanding) by watching football games.
And this taxing was first made when football was sports prince
of the whorld.)
All went to be taxed, everyone to his own set.
And Vince also went and watched, out of the storming snow
of Green Bay (which is called the city of the Starr) into the
sun-bleached television land of California; because he was of
thq house of the professional coaches who live one the first
fruits of the college line.
So it was that while he was
watching, there came forth a
young halfback who could fun
faster than the desert deer.
And Vince, who had begotten

IBeban, McVea Lead
West's Shrine Stars

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SAN FRANCISCO - Twenty-#
one schools will be represented by
the 28 players on the West squad
in the 43rd annual East-Westj
football game Dec. 30 at Candle-
stick Park.
The selections were announced
today by Ted Balliet, potentate of
Islam Temple, which sponsors the

Curley Culp of Arizona State,
Blaine Nye of Stanford, Steve#
Thompson of Washington and
Cam Meltzer of Oregon will make
up the front four.
The West squad will arrive in
San Francisco Dec. 20 and will
train at Stanford University un-
der coaches Ben Martin of Air
Force, Dee Andres of OregonI

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annual Shrine charity game. State, and Ray Willsey of Califor- iyi, wnn .zawIdm -'"~
annalShrnechait gae.Taylor, Hornung, Grabowski and
Besides Gary Beban, UCLA All- nia. Anderson coveted him in his heart a
America and Heisman Trophy and plotted to wrap him in swads
winner at quarterback, the West , , of green--because there was still
will have three powerful runners # o j room for him in the Packer back
in Lee White of Weber State Col- III1J 1 Ai £ A id field.
lege, Don Hass of Montana State, And there were In the same
For receivers, the West willR es gnfrountryofotheir cseskeeping clos
and W e M a ooart R esigns c re cebingc
have Phil Odle, Brigham Young
end and flanker who ranked first By The Associated Press watch over the flocks of the
nationally in the college season, CHAMPAIGN - Jack Hart, land.
Haven Moses of San Diego State, assistant football coach at the And lo, a spirit appeared to
and Joe Goontz, San Francisco University of Illinois since 1964, them, and the glory of the whorld
State's record touchdown receiver. said yesterday he is giving up shone round about them,
At quarterback, Beban will have coaching and will become a sales
executive. And the spirit said unto them,
capable support in Danny Hel- Hart, 30, offensive backfield I bring ye tidings of good news VINCE
L tan t San Jose State and Bob b coach, said his decision to quit, which shall make ye sovereign over all the whorld.
Lee. the powerful kicker from the effective Jan. 1, stemmed from
University of Pacific. the Big Ten's punitive action The men of the black skin have sinned grieviously against ye,
The defensive squad will include against the school and ' certain and ye shall be avenged. No more shall ye give men of the black
star linebackers Skip Vanderbundt personnel resulting from a slush skin bonuses of huge swads of green.
of Oregon State, Mike Sweatman fund scandal last winter. Men of the black skin (and the spirit called them by name,
of Kansas, and Ed Mooney of Two other assistant coaches, Alcindor, Smith, . . .) have betrayed the country that took them
Texas Tech. Buck McPhail and Bill Tayler, in, that clothed and fed them.
Defensive backs include a couple previously had left the school.
of the Smith boys - Jim of Ore- Head Coach Pete Elliott was dis-. And the coaches murmured among themselves and said, Let
gon and Bob California, along missed. us swear an oath to circumcise ourselves of the men of the black
with Harry Cheatwood of Oakla- Hart said he feels the Big Ten's skin who have thus betrayed God and country.
homa State and Neal Starkey of action would keep him becoming
Air Force. a head coach. And they swore an oath.
"I can't imagine being in coach- And they said among themselves, Let us go and tell Vince of
' ing with no chance for the head this thing which has come to pass.
job, which every good coach And they went.
MNstrives for," he said.Ad e n

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Professional Standings

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Philadelphia 5 6
Washington 4 5
New Orleans 21
Century Division
Cleveland 8 4
St. Louis 6 5
New York 6 6
Pittsburgh 3 8

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Saturday's Game
Green Bay at Los Angeles
Sunday's Games
Cleveland at St. Louis
Detroit at New York
Minnesota at Chicago
New Orleans at Baltimore
Philadelphia at Dallas -
San Francisco at Atlanta
Washington at Pittsburgh

Western Conference
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Chicago 28, San Francisco 14
St. Louis 31, New Orleans 20
Los Angeles 20, Atlanta 3
Green Bay 30, Minnesota 27
Cleveland 24, New York 11
Philadelphia 35, Washington 35, tie
Baltimore 23, Dallas 17
Pittsburgh 24, Detroit 14

Miami 2 9 0
Western Division
Oakland 10 1
San Diego 8 2
Kansas City - 7: 5:
Denver 3 10
Sunday'sResults
Kansas City 23, Buffalo 13
Denver 33, New York 24
Houston 17, Miami 14
Oakland 41, San Diego 21
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Oakland at Houston
San Diego at Miami
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