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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'N[' in Cage Tourney Tonight

Tidwell, a clever and poised
sophomore, led the Wolverines in
the scoring column against Pitt
with 22 points.
All-America Talent
Wyoming, defending champions
of the Skyline Conference, will
sport 6'1" guard Tony Windis, the
only pre-season All-America pick
to appear in the tourney.
Windis has scored more than
1,000 points in two seasons and
paced Wyoming to an 88-76 win
over Michigan last year.
Kent State is reported to be the
most improved team in the Mid-
American Conference with the
acquisition of three fleet-footed
sophomores-Jim Maddox, Charley,
Boykin and Oliver Wallace.

Wolverine Gym Squad
Opens Year at Chicago
By IRWIN BOROF
Ron Munn and Bill Lawler. Munn
The class of the Michigan gym- is the past National Trampoline
nastics squad will be put to the Champion while Lawler was the
test tonight when the Wolverines Chicago and Midwestern high
travel to Chicago for the Midwest school side horse champ.
Open. Cl nTapln
The events, held at the Univer- ole on Trampoline
sity of Chicago, will feature en- Putting his title on the line.
trants from each of the Big Ten Co-Captain Ed Cole will go on
schools plus about 10 others in- the trampoline. Also competing on
cluding such eastern powers as the tramp for the Wolverines will
Penn State and Florida State. be Dick Kimball, Chuck Clarkson,
The Wolverines will be at full Frank Newman and Munn.
stregth or he cmpeitio.''Confining his work to one event
strength for the competition. because of a dislocated elbow, Co-;
Coach Newt Loken stated, "They Captain Jim Hayslett will com-'
all look in good shape and we are C
hoping the meet will confirm it." pete in tumbling only. Bill Skin-
He ddd tatthecopettin wllner, sophomore Jim Brown, and
He added that the competition will possibly Kimball will go the event
be extremely tough.with Hayslett.
Also entering in the prelimi- llAsCettr
naries tonight will be freshmen All-Around Competitors
In the all-around competition
-______ _will be Nino Marion, Al Stall, Rich-
ard Monpetit, and Barry Fein-
berg. Included in the al-around
are free exercise, side horse, long
horse, high bar, parallel bars, and
steel rings. Feinberg however plans
to limit himself to j ust the side
horse and high bar.
Much attention will be paid to
Monpetit. Only a sophomore, he
is a Canadian champion and has
been recognized as having a great
future.
Missing from the scene tonight
will be Carol Osborn, a Michigan
USTI r AW Scoed. She has been working out
*es A with the team and was planning
to participate in the women's divi-
sion, but because of a recurring
knee injury, she will be out of
action indefinitely.

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The Asociated Press All-America football team for 1958: backs Billy Cannon of Louisiana State
and Randy Duncan of Iowa, center Bob Harrison of Oklahoma, backs Bill Austin of Rutgers and
Pete Dawkins of Army, end Buddy Dial of Rice, tackle Brock Strom of Air Force, guards George
Deiderich of Vanderbilt and Zeke Smith of Auburn, tackle Ted Bates of Oregon State and end Jim

Oregon Meets
Miami on TV
The University of Oregon foot-
ball team was flown to Miami last
night and the ducks will meet the
University of Miami tomorrow
afternoon in a nationally-televised
game.
Miami plans to start the same
team that threw a scare into
Florida last Saturday before los-
ing, 12-9.

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