Y 2i, 1 s9 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'l' Gymnasts, Matmen
In Home Meets Today
DAILY CLASSIFIED A
The meet will be run as a double-
dual meet-with each team facing
the other two singly-resulting in
three dual-meet scores (one be-
tween each pair of teams.) Each
man's performance will be ranked
twice, once against each of the
Indiana's threats for first places
come from two men. Veteran Ron
Walden, who has always been
strong on the trampoline and in
the tumbling event, will be work-
ing on the different apparatus too,
and is a potential winner in almost
Jerry Jacquin, a.junior who has
improved greatly since last year,
two outstanding trampoline and
tumbling men in Ron O'Brien and
The fact that both of the visitors
are strong in trampoline and tum-
bling, which are also Michigan's
best events, should make for some
real stiff competition this after-
Ed Cole, Michigan's Big Ten
Champion on the tramp, is backed
by Dick Kimball, Frank Newman
and Chuck Clarksdn, while Bill
Skinner and Jim Brown have de-
veloped into fine tumblers.
In the other events Michigan
should have things pretty much
its own way, as all-around men
Nino Marion, Rich Montpetit, Wolf
Dozauer and Al Stall will be helped
by injured co-captain Jim Hays-
lett in the free exercise and paral-
lel bar exents.'
By DAVE LYON
Michigan's wrestling, team will
attempt to stop Minnesota's five
dual-meet winning streak when
the Wolverine and Gopher mat--
men square off at 3 p.m. today in
Yost Field House.
Minnesota, which fattened its
7-1 dual meet record with im-
pressive victories over Indiana
(17-9), Purdue (30-0), and Illinois
(25-3) on a road trip last weekend,
is possibly the second best in the
Big Ten. A Michigan victory will
greatly enhance Wolverine hopes
for a high finish in the Big Ten
meet March 6-7.
The visitors exhibit good team
balance. Seven of the eight prob-
able starters boast impressive won-
lost records, and all eight have
combined for a 43-10 record in
Michigan Coach Cliff Keen,
whose team sports a 4-1 record
against Big Ten teams and 5-3
overall, will attempt to stop Min-
nesota with the same lineup that
was nosed out by Iowa last Satur-
Today's first match should be
one of the best. Michigan's Mike
Hoyles, who has lost to only one
Big Ten opponent-Iowa's Larry
Moser-will meet Gopher sopho-
more Ron Andrews, whose 7-1 rec-
ord is 'blemished only by a loss to
Moser. The winner of this match
can be regarded as Moser's chief
challenger for the Conference
Minnesota's lone weak spot is at
130, where Bob Board (2-4-1) will
face Michigan captain Larry Mur-
ray. Jim Agnew will again attempt
to get Michigan's first victory of
the season at 137 when he faces
Gopher sophomore Chuck Coffee,
who is 5-0-1 so far.
Jim Blaker will square off
against Jim Reifsteck, who as a'
Minnesota sophomore last year
finished third in the Big Ten at
147. Reifsteck is 6-2 this season.
Michigan's Don Coiriere will at-
tempt to make a dent in soph
Harry Schlieff's 5-1 season record
in the 157-lb. match. Another out-
standing (6-1-1) Minnesota sopho-
more, Bill Koehnen, will be tested
by Dick Fronczak, improving Mich-
Gopher letterman Bill Wright,
runnerup to Wolverine Jack Mar-
chello in the Conference 167-lb.
finals last year, has moved up to
177, where he will face Karl Fink
in what should be a good match.
If the meet is close, and it prob-
ably will be, the decision will hinge
on the heavyweight match between
Michigan's Fred Olm and Minne-
sota's undefeated (5-0) Pete Veld-
Two dual meets remain for the
Wolverines after today. Next Fri-
day Michigan State's ydung team
will appear here, and the next day
Ohio State, which Is rather weak
this season, will provide the oppo-
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Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Michigan and
Illinois track teams are eagerly
awaiting the key Big Ten dual
meet of thp indoor season this
afternoon at the Illinois Armory.
Michigan will be seeking revenge
for the meet it lost in the final
relay last year while Illinois hopes
to begin another undefeated dual
and triangular meet season. The
hosts won seven straight last year.
Wolverine Coach Don Canham,
set back when Illinois dropped the
600- and 1000-yd. runs from the
program, has shuffled his.lineup to
meet the schedule change.
Marsh Dickerson, a promising
600-yd. runner, was dropped down
to the 440-yd. dash and Fred Mon-
tour was moved into the half-mile
run in the major changes.
Dickerson and Montour may
have to pick up scores in their
respective events if Michigan is to
offset the pointmaking of Illinois
George Kerr. The versatile Jamai-
can will probably double in the 400
and 88-his specialties.
.Kerr, a :47.0 quartermiler, also
is slated to run anchor in the mile
relay against Michigan's Tom Rob-
Close competition is expected in
the mile and two-mile runs. Jim
Bowers, Illinois miler and former
national high school champ, is re-
covering from a foot injury and
could be troubled by fast-improv-
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sophomore who trained in high
school under 'M' great Don Mc-
Dick Schwartz of Michigan and
Ken Brown, Illini soph, are pitted
against each other in the two-mile
run. They have best times of 9:24.7
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eran, has an outside chance.
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HARD LUCK HURDLER:
Stanger Competes Against Track Greats
By BILL ZOLLA
Second to the greatest in the
nation-that is the title that Wol-
verine hurdler Pete Stanger is
making for himself as -he consis-
tently, runs up against the finest
ip his field.
What is it the Fates have against
this young man as they plan the
yearly track schedules? Since com-
ing to Michigan Stanger has run
into the likes of Glenn Davis, Bob
Mitchell, Hayes Jones, Elias Gil-
bert, and now even his own team-
mate, freshman Bennie McRae.
The first four have compiled an
innumerable number of Big Ten,
National, and World titles while
the latter seems headed for like
One of the Best
Pete Stanger is a likeable 22-
year-old student doing personnel
work, who happens to be one of the
best hurdlers in Michigan history.
At the age of 15 Stanger won
'the, first of his many champion-
ships, capturing the 120-yd. low
hurdles in the Canadian Junior
Nationals. Since 1956 he has won
the Canadian Senior Nationals
every succeeding year in the 120-
yd. high hurdles and has competed
for Canada in international meets.
With his coming to Michigan,
Stanger opened the way for his
hard-luck duels with the nation's
greats; but Stanger does not lose
all the time; on the contrary, he
wins much more than he loses,
and many of these wins have been'
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weeks ago at East Lansing and
came a close second. I also raced
against him many times last year,
never quite able to win."
world mark by only one-tenth of a
Looking towards the future
Stanger sees hope for this year's
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