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THE MICHIGAN DAITY

PAGE ELEVEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ELEVEN

Dozauer Performs. Six Events
As Coach Loken Instrumental

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Gymnast Star's

'M' Debut

By WAYNE MORTBERG with his intelligence and serious-
Personable Wolfgang Dozauer, ness.
an outstanding performer on the Doozauer migrated from Nuren-I
berg, Germany, to Windsor, Cana-
Michigan gymnastics team, im- da, prior to his matriculation at
presses those whom he talks to the University of Michigan.

He explains that he was a mem-
ber of the Windsor Gymnastics
Club, and was introduced to Mich-
igan coach Newt Loken by two
other members of the group, Nino
Marioni and Ed Gagnier, who also
performed for Michigan. Loken
was instrumental in having Do-I
zauer enter Michigan.
Better on Parallel Bars

Dozauer is enrolled in the School
of Education and has high hopes
of returning to Germany to teach
English and possibly Biology.
As a freshman, he earned a
grade point average of 3.3, which
enabled him to receive the Oreon
E. Scott Foundation award. Re-
cipients of this prize must rank
in the upper ten per cent of the
freshman class.

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Dozauer is an all around per-t
former, which means he competesLooks to '60 Olympics
in the long horse, sidehhorse, high Although he is now mostly con-
bar, parallel bar, rings, and free cerned with his work at the Uni-
calisthenics. He says, "I like free versity, he would like to participate
calisthenics best, but seem to do in the 1960 Olympics. As he says,
better on the parallel bars." "If I have enough time to work
Last year he finished fourth in out and continue to improve, I
the Big Ten in the rings event. He might be able to try out for the
was the 1957 National Canadian Olympics, either in my native
parallel bars champion and the Germany or Canada, should I be-
1958 National Canadian free calis- come a citizen there.'
thenics runnerup. He has won As to how his gymnastic career
numerous titles n some of the began, he points out that in Ger-
other meets he has competed in. many, gymnastics are a part of
Dozauer spends about three the curriculum of the German
h d five da q week student.

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practicing his routines, yet liea
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in addition to carrying 22 credit
hours of school work this semester.

Dozauer, a skiing enthusiast,
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has some- free time.

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By ED KOVEN
nastic star Nino Marion is slow-
With eyes toward the NCAA ly rounding into shape for the
championship next spring, the current season.
Pan American games next sum- Marion, a junior in 'the archi-
mer, and the 1960 Olympics, gym- tecture school hails from Wind-
sor, Ontario. He placed fifth in
the national all-around events:
last year, but finished a disap-1
pointing eleventh in the Midwest
Open in Chicago in this season's
inaugural.
Coach Newt Loken expects the
5'6" Canadian to maintain a!
weight of 139 pounds, but Marion
admits that it's extremely diffi-
cult for him to adhere to his
coach's desires. But working out
two hours a day helps ease the
problem.
"A good chance," was Marion's
reply when asked of 'the possibili-
ty of his representing Canada at
the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome,
modestly adding that "there are
not too many top-notch gymnasts
in Canada."
Immediate Goals
But the NCAA championships
next spring and the Pan American
games in Chicago next summer
ar eMarion's immediate goals. On
the basis of his performance in
the Midwest Open, the muscular
athlete feels that he "must gain
endurance" to equal or exceed his
record of last year.
Marion placed seventh in the
NINO MARION free exercise competition in the
... looks to NCAA title Midwest meet. But his best per-

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Oee other features on "M" athletes on pages 8, 9, 10, and 12.

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