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THE 3ICIIIGAN DAILY

FOUR GAMES IN FIVE DAYS:
Icers To Have Busy Vacation

-Daily-Peter Anderson
SECOND-PLACE FINISH-Nino Marion, one of the mainstays of the Michigan gymnastics squad,
executes a difficult stunt in his free exercise routine which won him second-place honors in last
night's intra-squad meet. Richard Montpetit placed first with a total of 85 points, while Marion had 82.
Gymnasts Improve in Intra-S quad Meet;
Freshman Trampolinist Takes First

By TOM WITECKI
Mlichigan's iron mlen of the ice
embark on a Thanksgiving vaca-
tion tour tomorrow which will see,
them playing four games in five
nights against top-flight Eastern'
competition.
Wasting no time on early-sea-
son breathers, Coach Al Renfrew's
squad will be facing powerhouses'
St. Lawrence, Clarkson and the
University of Toronto over the
long weekend-teams which Ren-
frew describes as "the best in the
East."
The first game on the six-day
jaunt will be tomorrow evening at
Canton, N.Y., against the Scarlet
Saints of St. Lawrence University.
The Saints will be led by Pat Pres-
ley, a high -scoring defenseman
who earned All-American honors
last winter.
From Canton the Wolverines
journey to Potsdam, N.Y., where
A-'1 Scores
VOLLEYBALL
Alpha Epsilon Pi 4, Alpha Tan Ome-
ga 0
Theta Delta Chi 4, Pi Lambda Phi 3
Zeta Psi 6, Tau Delta Phi 0 (forfeit)
Sigma Chi 4, Lambda Chi Alpha 2
Zeta Beta Tau 4, Phi Sigma Delta 2
SWIMMING.
Tan Kappa Epsilon 38, Sigma Alpha
Mu 18
Theta Delta Chi: 33, Theta Xi 24
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 33%, Psi Up-
silon 23,J
Phi Gammna Delta 30, Sigma Clhi 27!

I they meet Clarkson, a perennial.
hockey juggernaut. The Golden
Knights have 11 lettermen return-
ing from last year's team, which
won 16 of 18 contests and finished
third in the NCAA playoffs.
Saturday night will see the
icers back in Canton for another,
clash with the Saints. To coniclude
the trip, the team will travel back
by Ray of Canada, stopping off
for a Monday night game against}
the University of Toronto.
This strenuous schedule, which
would be demanding on any team,
looks to be too much for Michi-
gan's injury-weakened squad of
only 12 players, two of whom are
vot expected to see much action.
However. Coach Renfrew said,
"Barring further injuries, we hope
to be able to split the four games."
Don't be
an Onion Head
When you say Princeton
Hair Cut you will not
be bold at
715 N. University

This would be a great feat for the
wpirited but undermanned squad.
Will Rotate Forwards
Renfrew plans to rotate his six
available forwards: sophomores
Pat Cushing, Dale MacDonald, and
Ralph Horner along with return-
ing lettermen Bob White, John
Hutton and Gary Mattson.
Forward Don Gourley, who in-
jured his shoulder in a scrimmage
10 days ago, will be making the
trip and will probably be available
for limited action. If this. is the
case, White an all - around per-
former, will be available to, help
out defensemen Bobby Watt, Bar-
rie Hayton, and Tom Wilson,
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Apparently as disappointed withg
Monday night's performance as Munn, competing a short time
after Dick Kimball and two-time
was their coach, Michigan's gym- D
nasts tried to redeem themselves Big Ten champion Ed Cole had
in antshr in a-sqadem emelasrun through their routines, turned+
In another intra-squad meet last in the evening's most surprising1
night and according to Coach performance, improving on his
Newt Loken, their spirited effort third-place finish Monday to take
brought results. - first with 95 points.
Freshman trampolinist Ron In the evening's other events,
Dick Kimball edged Bill Skinner,
84. to 84.1, in tumbling, Wolfgang
chedules Dozauer captured first place on
the high bar, Al Stall took first inj
Jan. 17-at Puraue the side horse, and Richard Mont-I
Jan. 23-MINNESOTA
Jan. 31-at Indiana
Feb.,1l3-IOWA _____________
Feb. 20-at Michigan State
Feb. 21-at Wisconsin
Feb. 28-OHIO STATE
March 5-6-7-Big Ten Meet at MSU
March 20--BOWLING GREEN
March 26-27-28-NCAA Meet at Cor-
nell

petit barely edged Nino Marion,
85-82, in free exercise.
Canadian - bred Montpetit won
his second event later in the eve-
ning in a close duel with Dozauer
on the parallel bars, 90-86. Do-
zauer retaliated to nose out Mont-
petit on the still rings to turn in
the evening's most consistent all-
around performance.
In capturing first on the long
horse, Stall joined Dozauer and
Montpetit as the night's only
double winners.

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