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November 23, 1958 - Image 8

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arsity Cagers Play Freshmen



ame To Serve as Warmup for Pitt Game Next Week;
rosh Hope for First Victory in Series Since 1955

'l' Gymnasts To Hold Intrasquad Meet

Jon Hall and Steve Schoenherr,
former all-stater from Ludington,
were mentioned by Strack.
Lacking the "big man" which;
has been missing from recent Wol-}
verine lineups, the freshmen will1

have either 6'4" Bob Brown in the
circle or 6'5" Dennis Robison, who
also plays forward.
Charlie Higgs and Scott Maentzs
have been slated as the top candi-
dates to start at forward.

Michigan Soccer Club
Hosts Toronto Today

The Michigan Soccer Club, seek-'
ing its sixth consecutive win, hosts
the University of Toronto at 2
p.m. today at Wines Field.
The Toronto team is the guest
of the Michigan Union and the
International Students Associa-
tion, which arranged the match
as part of the International Week
program. It will be the final game
of the season for the Wolverines,
who have not been defeated since
An exhibition cricket match in
which India will oppose Common-
wealth will be held at Wines Field

at 11 a.m. today, preceding the
soccer contest.
Listing an impressive array of'
international stars, the Toronto
team is undoubtedly the most
formidable opponent the Wol-
verines have faced this year. A
member of the Ontario - Quebec
Intercollegiate League, Toronto in
the last ten years has compiled
a fantastic record of nine league
Michigan will again be handi-
capped this Week by the loss of
Erol Oktar, brilliant left wing,
who sustained an injury two weeks

gym co-captain
C LgyG a m e S t i l s
Ohio Fans
(Continued from Page 1)
cording to a co-ed spokesman),
students paraded around a bon-
fire, carrying banners claiming
that "Michigan Gives Us a Pain"
and other sordid things.
They whooped that the contro-
versial Hayes was "the finest
coach in the land" and denied that
the recent hanging in effigy of
Hayes was any indication of true
campus feeling.
Then came the game. And the
24 passes completed by Ptacek.
And furrowed brows.
After the 90 seconds of terror
which wrapped up the contest, few
were not left limp.
No one threatened the goal-
posts, a comnon practice in past
years of the series. No one even
swung from them.
While the majority filed out
quietly relieved, a few bravely
sang "We don't give a damn for
the whole state of Michigan, we're
from Ohio."

,Michigan's 1958 gymnastics eam
will make its first public appear-
ance tomorrow in an intrasquad
meet at 8 p.m. in the I-M' gym.
Dividing the regulars into maize
and blue units. Coach Newt Loken
will test the Wolverines under
competition pressure to prepare
them for the Midwest meet Dec. 6.
Sparking the squad, which
finished fourth in the Big Ten
last year will be Co-Captains Jim
Hayslett and Ed Cole. Hayslett, an
all - around performer from In-
dianapolis, helped fill a large gap I
left by an injury to Michigan's top
performer last year, Ed Gagnier.
Cole, who doubles as a diver on
the "M" swimming team, is the
present Big Ten trampoline cham-
pion, a title he holds for the second
year in a row.
The balance of returning letter-
men which Loken will build
around are all-around performers
Nino Marion and Wolf Dozauer.
Barry Feinberg. who does his top
work on the high bar, was also


touted by Loken to be a regulart
this year.I
Chief among the new talent is,
the Canadian junior champion,1
Richard Monpetit, who has been
predicted to be one of the top
performers in Wolverine history,
"He has made rapid improvement

and appears to be another Gag-
nier," Loken commented.
Filling out the rest of the team
will be trampoline men Chuck
Clarkson and Dick Kimball, who
make up a three-deep unit to give
Michigan strength in that depart-



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duced to six forwards, three de-
fensemen and two goalies, tries a
drastic experiment. Star goalie
Ross Childs is switched to defense
and Bob, White, whom Renfrew
had been experimenting with as
a defenseman, is moved up to for-
ward. White started the season as
a -center.
"Using Childs as a defenseman
or forward is an experiment and
and a desperate one. Whether or
not he ever will play a game as
anything but a goalie is question-
able, but we're desperate and must
try anything that might help us.
Childs skates well enough but he
doesn't handle the puck too well,"
Renfrew said in dismay.
Coyle Works in Nets
"Its entirely an experiment but
if it works out I'll be glad to play
up front," Childs added, "although
I'd much rather be in the nets. If
it will help the team I'll gladly
do anything Renfrew asks."
With Childs moved to this new
position on the team, sophomore
Jim Coyle replaced him in the
Before scrimmage began Ren-
frew cautioned his players against
overzealous checking lest there be
any more injuries. The practice
itself was hardly effective, as only
eight varsity men participated
by Bud-Mor
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1103 South University

with and against eight freshmen
and three ineligible players.
The road ahead for Renfrew
and his rapidly diminishing squad
which out of necessity may be-
come known as the "iron men of
the ice," appear to have their
work cut out for them, before the
season gets under way Friday




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