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January 16, 1959 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gymnasts

Eye

Visitors
Wolverines
To Host
SI Tonight
By WAYNE MORTBERG
Michigan gymnastics fans will
have an opportunity to view the
Wolverine gymnasts in their first
home meet of the season tonight
against Southern Illinois at 8 p.m.
at the Intramural Building.
Coach Newt Loken calls the
Southern Illinois team, "One of
the toughest we will meet this
season." In their last meet they
trounced the Hoosiers of Indiana
'72-40.
Top Tumbler
The invaders have one of the
best tumblers in the country in the
person of Jack Wiley. Included in
Wiley's repetoire is a stunning
double backward somersault, which
should be a real treat for gym-
opho- nastics followers.
ing at Michigan will pit Bill Skinner
he ice and Jim Brown, who have been
ee two working extra hard this week,
against the SUI star.
Apparatus stars John Taylor
and Ed Buffom, and Hugh Blaney,
a tumbler and trampolinist, are
expected to provide the visitors
with essential scoring punch.
Michigan's trampolinists are paced
by co-captain Ed Cole, twice the
Big Ten trampoline champion.
two of Wolverines Have Depth
Sophomore Richard Monpetit
the In and juniors Wolf Dozauer, Al Stall,
Tlliams, and Nino Marion should give the
adini-Wolverines plenty of depth in the
nd indi- all-around events. However, Mar-
s O'Neil, ion could be unavailable should
the muscle spasm in his back fail
IAC will to respond to treatment.
meet at The "M" gymnasts hope to get
the same type of well balanced
team effort that was so success-
Illinois, ful in defeating Iowa and Minne-
under- sota in their last meet.
Michi- Coach Loken reported yesterday
that co-captain Jim Hayslett will
nan and not be able to compete because of
n Darda a chest injury incurred over a
's score, week ago. The Wolverines will also
be ex- be without the services of Dick
Kimball, who is out of town.

Iwo etI team s it isarea. inei NORTH DAKOTA DEFENSEMEN-Tonight's play will see s
Huskies showed here that Ren- more Steve Thullner (left) and Captain Bill Steenson operat
ines job tonight will be to dis- the back positions for the Sioux. Steenson's presence on t
prove the other half of that pre- with Michigan's Bob White will give fans the chance to se
diction. All-Americans in action.
'M' AT INDIANAPOLIS AND PURDUE:
Swimmers in Two Weekend Meet

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not make the trip. Dick Mehl and
Ed Pongracz will also remain here.
Yet, Michigan is still favored to
win. That, plus the fact that
Michigan has beaten the Indian-
anapolis Club in the past does not
necessarily give Stager reason to
be overconfident. The IAC has al-
ways given Michigan rough battles.
No High School Swimming
The Swim Club (AAU-sponsored
since swimming is not permitted in
Indianapolis schools) has a few
top swimmers that may give the
Michigan aquamen some head-
aches.
George Breen, one-time world
record holder in the 1500 meters"
and an Olympic star, and Allan
Sommers, a 220-yr. and 440-yd.

high school freestyler are
these possible headaches.
Other top swimmers on
dianapolis Club are Mike V
220-yd. and 440-yd. man a
vidual medalist, and Denni
a top sprinter.
The match against the:
precede tomorrow's dual
Purdue.
Purdue Underdog
Purdue, having lost to
59-46, will be considered
dogs against highly rated
gan.
Backstroker Walt Eversn
divers Dick Bachli and Rox
may help lengthen Purdue
otherwise they shouldn't
ceptionally strong.

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