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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 196$
}Puekmen
By JOE O'NEILL and Colorado
JIM TINDALL the puzzli
year the
Michigan's hockey team is cut- in the co
ting its Christmas vacation down appeared
to almost nothing for the oppor- hack from

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ELEVEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ELEVEN

To Spend

(not to ski) to take on
ing Denver Pioneers. Last
Denver squad (second
ountry the year before)
to have a solid nucleus
mtheir rugged squad of

tunity to pick up some ice time in
Denver and Boston.-,-
The icemen head into their five
game holiday swing with a 2-2
mark. The Wolverines have shown
that they can play solid hockey on
Friday night, but Saturday night
amess have been their nemesis
us far. Michigan bounced both
estern Ontario and Waterloo
theran on the opening night of
two game series, but lost the
cond encounters.
On Dec. 21 and 22 the Maize
nd Blue head for the hills of

the year before, but they wound
up out of the running for a NCAA
playoff spot.
The loss of bulky defenseman
Wayne Smith early in the season
was a crushing blow, but All-
America Smith is back to bounce
opposing forwards around the ice
again this year.
According to Coach Al Renfrew,
"Denver was a good team last
year, but they didn't win all of
the games they deserved to win."
Renfrew looks for a rugged
battle with Denver, and the high

latitude might give the Pioneers
a little breathing advantage as
they are accustomed to the thin-
ner air.
After Denver
After the Denver series (which
will mark the opening of the
WCHA season for Michigan) the
icers will have a brief vacation;
however, they will gather together
again in Ann Arbor on Dec. 26 to
head out to Boston for the tourna-
ment which begins the following
day and runs through Dec. 29.
This tournament should be one
that the Wolverines are looking
forward to for they picked up a
good looking piece of hardware
there last year. There are two dif-
ferent entries this year, however.
T o u r n e y officials substituted

acati on
NCAA champion Michigan Tech
for Harvard and Northeastern for
Northwestern. The other team en-
tered is host Boston University.
The three day round-robin tour-
ney drew over 10,000 fans in addi-
tion to those who watched it on
regional television last year.
Won Last Year
Michigan picked up last year's
trophy with a 4-3 win over Bos-
ton University in the final game.
Prior to that the Wolverines had
bested Harvard 5-1 and North-
western (of Boston) 3-0.
In last year's tourney the Wol-
verines placed three returning
lettermen on the All-Tournament
teams. Goalie Greg Page copped
a spot on the number one team
along with center Mel Wakabaya-
shi. Page was referred to by one
of the Boston coaches as one of
the finest"goalies he had seen last
year.
In addition red-haired defense-
man (now converted to forward)
Barry MacDonald was placed on
the second team.
After the round-robin last year,
Boston played some excellent
hockey, but folded in that last
part of the season which kept
TAKI
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in Icy

Travels
as they are roaring along at an
undefeated clip this year with 16
junior lettermen from last year's
team that walked away with the
WCHA and NCAA championships.
Northeastern is another rugged
squad. Last year they won the
December Hockey Tournament by
beating Army. The Huskies' won't
have a long way to walk to get to

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AL RENFREW
them out of the NCAA champion-
ship. This year they have the
"East's best goalie" in the form of
Jack Ferrara back again, and they
could provide Michigan with some
real competition.
Michigan Tech needs no praise

IM Referees
An organizational meeting
for IM basketball referees will
be held Wednesday night at
7:00 in the Intramural Build-
ing. Anyone interested in offi-
ciating during the IM season is
invited to attend. All officials
will receive $1.50 a game.
the Boston Arena as their campus
is just a little ways down the
block.
When the Wolverines came back
from their vacation travels they
will meet Minnesota on Jan. 7
and 8 to continue their WCHA
season and open their Big Ten
schedule.
AIRPORT
LIMOUSINES
for information call

By HOWARD KOHN
"You can, if youthink you can."
This sign hangs on an old wood-
n door in the Intramural Build-
ng. Carved into the door directly
above the sign is $he word, GYM-
NASTICS. On the other side of
the door practices the Michigan
gymnastics team.,
The team members, marvels of
strength and coordination, have
taken their motto to heart with a
remarkable correspondence be-
tween thoughts and actions for
the last five y.ars. This year, the
five-time Big ''en champion Wol-
verines are ,hooting for their
s I x t h consecutive gymnastics
crown.
Practice and Perfection
Of course, bIcoming a champion
takes a little rtore than the power
of the mind over the body. Gym-
nasts practice; and practice, and

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Wayne Miller, Art Baessler and
Dave Jacobs starred in the Mid-
west Open in Chicago last week-
end in their initial attempt
against experienced college com-
petition.
First for Frosh
Miller, a freshman who will be-
come a sophomore next semester,
captured a first place in the tram-
poline finals after qualifying in
the preliminaries with a second.
The Lafayette, La., native is tout-
ed as one of the top two amateur
trampolinists in the nation.
His freshman status forced him
to compete on an individual basis
in Chicago, but he will be a full-
fledged Wolverine next semester
when conference action begins.
Baessler placed second in the
side horse event in a field of over
75 performers. He is a junior, but
last year a long string of "tough
breaks" prevented Baessler from
participating in any of the bigger
meets.
"Art is an excellent performer,"
praised Loken. "He should help us
quite a bit this year."
Jacobs, a first semester fresh-
man, was the other high finisher

in the Midwest, notching a third
in the trampoline event. He fin-
ished first in the morning pre-
liminaries in one of the big sur-
prises of the meet.
However, Big Ten rules will not
allow Jacobs to compete on the
Michigan team until next year.
Santa's Stockings
"We have to fill some big shoes
after losing five seniors, but I
think that the team is capable of
meeting the challenge," offered an
optimistic Loken. "After last
weekend, Michigan State looks
like it could be one of our tough-
est opponents this year, along
with Iowa and Illinois.
"As a whole, though, our team
looked impressive e n o u g h to
attract attention," emphasized
Loken.
The Big Ten championship will
be determined this year by com-
puting team scoring in both dual
meets and the Conference meet.
Michigan faces Eastern Michigan
in an exhibitional encounter to-
night in Ypsilanti. The first con-
ference meet for the Wolverines
will be on Jan. 8 against Ohio
State.

BEST OF LUCK
ON YOUR EXAMS!
Hope you have a
I wonderful Christmas
vacation!
WO]LgsqE4Ts

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WAYNE MILLER
practice. At least they do at Mich-
igan. J
Every d the 22 varsity men
and the 10 r'eshmen work at their
specialty;b~n the wooden door.
For an hourtwo hours and often
longer, theyl run, jump, bounce,
strain and generally consume all
the extra energy they store up
listening to .chemistry lectures. In
the background blares radio sta-
tion WAAM spinning out the lat-
est inhit music.
I"The son~gs help with the
rhythm," explains coach Newt
Loken who is probably an opti-
mum in the realm of enthusiasm.
Loken is in his 19thgyear as head
mentor of the gymnasts. He
watches hi team as it goes
through the routines, looking like
he's going to join in on the action
at any mint te.
Chroo alogical Champs
On the wall of the room, in
chronological order, are the names
of individua hampions he's help-
ed train a ichigan in nearly
two decade f national promi-
nence. The mes cover most of
the wall.
This year ken is building an-
other high Tiber team. Faced
with the lo. f five of the 1965
standouts t ugh graduation, he
has retaliat by plucking a cou-
ple of non termen out of his
magic tree. (or wherever one
finds these human wonder boys)
and turning them loose on the
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