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THE MICHIGAN aAI Y

Sunday, February i , 1970

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SMASH GOPHERS
'M' gym
By JERRY CLARKE
Performing befdie a sizeable
crowd at the Events Bldg., Mich-
igan's gymnastics team yester-
day rewarded their audience
with a record breaking perform-
ance as they shattered a strong
Minnesota team 164.45 to 158.85. '
The total score of the Wolverine '
squad was a new NCAA record,
topping the 164.15 they achieved '
against Iowa in a dual meet last
season.
In extending their dual meet
winning streak to 27, the gymn- '
asts impressed not only the
crowd but also the Gopher
coach, Pat Bird. Bird, whose
team last week faced powerful

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 1, 1970

Lasts set NCAA record

Iowa State, stated that Michi-
gan was even stronger than the
Cyclones. As for the Big Ten
championship, he reported that
that should be "no sweat" for
Newt Loken's squad.
Loken was ecstatic about his
team's performance, but said
that they "can do even better."
Evidence of this can be easily
determined as three of the high-
est scorers on the team did not
count. If their results had been
used, the total score would have
been over 165.
THE MEET got off to a fast
start as Rick McCurdy led Mich-
igan to the lead after the first

event, vaulting. His 9.20 score
wvon the event, and teammate
George Huntzicker tied for third
at 9.0. Huntzicker then led the
Wolverines to a sweep in floor
exercise, as he, Sid Jensen, and
freshman Ward Black took the
top three places. Black's score
of 9.1 was his best of the season.
Michigan's traditional Achilles
Heel, the side horse, proved once
again to be the weak spot, as it
was the only event where the
team failed to top 27 an an event
score. Dick Kaziny won the
event, however, with a 9.3, and
freshman Ray Gura, who did
not count, posted a 9.05, which
would have been good for third.
Another Wolverine sweep took
place on the rings, where Mc-
Curdy and Jensen tied for first
9.2. Skip Frowick, another fresh-
man, followed with a 9.1. The
best event of the meet was the
parallel bars, where predictably,
defending NCAA champion Ron
Rapper was a standout.

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Eastern Division
W L
New York 44 11
Milwaukee 38 17
Baltimore 33 22
Philadelphia 29 26
Cincinnati 25 31
Boston 22 31
Detroit 21 34
Western Division
Atlanta - 31 25
Los Angeles 29 24
Chicago 25 31
Phoenix 24 32
San Francisco 23 31
San Diego 19 33
Seattle 20 35

RAPPER worked his routine,
including his pirouette off of
a one armed handstand, to per-
fection, and received the high-
est single score of the day at 9.5.
NBA Standings

Jensen and Murray Plotkin com-
pleted another sweep, as the
team posted an event score of
27.85:
Michigan completed the event
with a powerful team showing
on the high bar. Jensen tied
with Minnesota's Frank Harris
for first with a 9.2, and was fol-
lowed by Ted Marti and McCur-
dy at 9.15. For Marti, a soph-
omore, it was the third straight
meet that he has topped 9 since
doing it for the first time only
two weeks ago.
McCurdy had a superb day
and won the all-around compe-
tition with a new personal high
total of 54.5. He won two events,
placed in another, and only
scored below nine on the side
horse. Sid Jensen had a disas-
trous 6.25 in vaulting, but still
managed to score almost 52 and
finish second. '
THE ALMOST incredible
depth of Michigan's team was
apparent at the meet, as even
those who were posting high
scores. Terry Boys, another of
the freshmen that play an im-
portant role on the team, scored
9.05 in vaulting.
In defeating Minnesota, Mich-
igan downed one of the confer-
ence's stronger teams and defi-'
nitely established itself as a'
threat for the national title. If
it is true that the young team'
has not yet reached its potential,
that title could be well within
reach.-
New Record
VAULTING - L. McCurdy (M), 9:20;
2. Huntzicker (M) and Rock (MINAN)~
9.00.
FLOOR EXERCISE - 1. Huntzicker
(M), 9.34; 2. Jensen (M), 9.20; 3. Black'
<M}, 9.10.
SIDE HORSE - 1. Kaziny (M), 9.25;
2. Sandman (MINN), 9.10; 3. Mc-'
Curdy (M) and Fystrom (MINN), 8.90.
RINGS - 1. McCurdy (M) and Jensen
(M), 9.20; 3. Frowick (M), 9.10. ,
PARALLEL BARS - 1. Rapper (M),'
9.50; 2. Jensen (M), 9.34; 3. Plotkin (M),'
9.45.
HORIZONTAL BAR - 1. Jensen (M)'
and Harris (MINN), 9.20; 3. Marti (M)'
and McCurdy (M}, 9.15.
TEAcI TOTALS -Michigan, 164.45;
Minnesota, 158.85.

Pct.
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.691
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.527
.446
.415
.382
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.365
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Yesterday's Results
Boston at Baltimore (inc.)
Detroit at Cincinnati (inc.)
Chicago at New York (inc.)
Milwaukee at Phoenix (inc.)
Today's Games
San Francisco at Boston
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Chicago
New York at Detroit
Baltimore at Atlanta
Phoenix at San Diego
Milwaukee at Seattle

-Daily-Richard Lee
Rick McCurdy
Royals get offer for Big 0;
T Toomey wins .Sullivan Aw.ard
By The Associated Press
! CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati Royals are considering an
offer from the Baltimore Bullets for superstar Oscar Robertson after
rejecting a bid from the Phoenix Suns.
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'We will categorically state that we are not considering trading
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He would not disclose who the Bullets offered, but in Baltimore
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Award yesterday as the nation's premier amateur athlete of 1969.
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by setting a world record two months ago in the demanding, all-
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slide vote of amateur sportsmen, former Sullivan winners, sports
writers and sportscasters across the country.
* * * *
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wound up its stormy British tour by trouncing the Barbarians 21-12
yesterday after demonstrators against South Africa's race-segregation
policies had thrown smoke flares and tacks on the field.
The protesters massed to make a big impact on the final game
of the 24-game tour, which began last November.
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chanted slogans from the seats and and during the game and threw
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