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FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, 1966

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CHOSEN BY SCRIBES:
Williams Joins Hall of Fame

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By The Associated Press i connected with the Boston Red cago, which lost to Boston 4-3.
BOSTON - Ted Williams, base- Sox and with Tom Yawkey, Red Norm Ullman and Gordie Howe By JIM LaSOVAGE
ball's only .400 hitter in the last Sox owner. each scored a pair of goals and "There's nothing Michigan State
24 years, and one of the most;* rookie defenseman Bert Marshall would rather do than come down
feared sluggers ever was named Red Wings Win I picked up three assists to lead and beat us in Ann Arbor," said
yesterday to the Hall of Fame. * * * swimming coach Gus Stager yes-
The former Boston Red Sox out- DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Black Hawks Du ed terd3
fielder, who will be 48 Aug. 30, Wings jumped past Chicago and Blc H wsDue d Indeed it would, especially after
was elected to the Hall of Fame 'Montreal into first place in the BOSTON -- The lowly Bostoni the tankers of Michigan knocked
at Cooperstown, N.Y., in his first National Hockey League stand- Bruins knocked Chicago out of off the Big Ten Champion
year of eligibility. He was the ings yesterday by continuing their the National Hockey League lead Hoosiers last week. State wouldn't
only choice. home ice jinx over the Canadiens by edging the Black Hawks 4-3 have to enter another meet all
"I can't begin to tell you how with a 5-2 victory. yesterday on Ron Stewart's goal year, and they'd still consider it
pleased I am to have been elected The victory gave the defending with less than two minutes re- their best season in quite a while.
to the Hall of Fame. I've always champion Red Wings 47 points, maining and with his team hold- And it is a possibility.
known how lucky I've been to be one mnore than Montreal and Chi- ing a two-man advantage. "Last week we were underdogs
Stewart tipped in a long shot 'to Indiana," Stager commented.'
by Bob Woytowich to cap a Bru- "This week we think we've got an
* ins comeback in a wild-bruising edge on State."
game featured by a third-period But yesterday morning when
brawl between Pat Stapleton of Stager talked to Coach Charles
' Chicago and Forbes Kennedy of McCaffree of the Spartans, the
the Bruins. venerable veteran of 30 seasons

with concern. But they immedi-
ately fired up, and then began a
spirited workout. Several talked
to Stager and pledged their best.
There will be no let-down from
the Indiana meet.
Stager feels confident that his
boys will pull through with flying
Maize and Blue colors, but he is
worried enough to keep posting re-
minders and warnings for the
team. One, for example, is a clip-
ping of a meet in which Princeton
beat Ohio State by 15 points,
because OSU, as Stager puts it,
"punked out."
He doesn't want that to happen
to Michigan. And neither does
the team.
A Sure Thing
Michigan has a number of aces
up its sleeve (or swim trunks, if
you prefer) also. Paul Scheerer is
a pretty sure bet in the 200-
yard breaststroke, and no one can
say that Olympians Carl Robie
and Bill Farley have ever let the
Wolverines down. These two alone
could easily account for 21 points.
Bruce Brown could dive to two
wins, and has good men behind
him in Fred Brown and Bob
Walmsley. Freestyler Bob Hoag
grabbed two individual firsts
against Indiana, and sprinter Bill
Groft is a Big Ten champ.
Captain Rich Walls, backstrok-
ers Rees Orland and Russ King-
ery, and all-around swimmer Ken
Wiebeck all added additional

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Lakers Dropped
BALTIMORE - Scoring six
points in the final 15 seconds, the
Baltimore Bullets defeated the
Los Angeles Lakers 123-121 in a
I National Basketball Association
game last night.
Johnny Kerr's one-hander with
one second left snapped a Balti-
more losing streak that had reach-
ed four games.
SCORIES
NHL
Detroit 5, Montreal 2
Boston 4, Chicago 3
NBA
Baltimore 123, Los Angeles 121
St. Louis 103, Detroit 92

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of coaching (25 at MSU) was in
a good mood. "Any time McCaf-
free sounds that nice, I know I
have to watch out," Stager said.
"He was complaining that his boys
weren't in shape." So Stager is
watching out.
Powerful Spartans
McCaffree, regardless of what
he says, has the core of an excel-
lent team. The Spartans lost only
two lettermen through graduation
last spring, and those returning
have experience and ability. Re-
turning lettermen nuniber 13, and
they are just as undefeated as the
Wolverines at present.
State is led by Olympic back-
stroker Gary Dilley and a host
of freestylers including such fa-
miliar names as Ed Glick, Jim
MacMillan, Darryle Kifer, Denny
Hill and Ken Walsh. They are
mainly the cause of Stager's con-
cern. He expects close races in
the 200-, 50-, 100, and 500-yard
freestyle races, and in the 400-
yard relay. According to Stager,
these races could go to either
team, and every point will be im-
portant.
As against Indiana, Stager has
listed the probable swimmers for
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PAUL SCHEERER
both teams in each event. He has
the list posted on the blackboard
for the swimmers to see. And he
has predicted the most pessimistic
scores possible, which give MSU a,
seven-point advantage at the end
of the meet.
The worst thing is, it looks
logical and possible. He wrote a
note on the bottom of the paper,
explaining what could happen to
the swimmers.
On first looking at the paper,
the swimmers were a little angry

SPARTAN BACKSTROKER GARY DILLEY exhibits the form
which won him a silver medal at the Toyko Olympics in 1964.
Recognized as one of the nation's best in his event, the MSU
junior holds the NCAA records for both the 100 and 200 yard
backstroke.

Vander Voort:* M's All-Around Gymnast

points in last week's victory, too.
Stager expressed hope of a large
turnout for the meet, which be-
gins at 7:30 tonight in Matt Mann
Pool, to cheer the swimmers on.
He added that the Michigan-MSU
meet is always good, and pointed
out last season's meet as an
example.

In that one, which Michigan
won 63%-41'%, most of the times
which won were the fastest of the
year. "In fact, most of those times
weren't bettered for two or three
more meets." Stager said.
"I think we'll win, but there
are going to be some real close
races."

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"I have always been impressed
with Gary when he performs in
that he radiates the picture of a
top gymnast with his excellent
composure, posture, showmanship
and style." So spoke Coach Newt
Loken about Gary Vander Voort,
one of Michigan's stellar gym-
nasts.
Gary, a junior, anchors the Big
Ten champs with the floor exer-
cises, horizontalbar, long horse,
parallel bars, and still rings. As
a sophomore last year, he was
voted the most valuable gymnast
by his teammates.
Gary hails from Mount Pros-
pect, Ill., where he was high

school state champion in paral-'
lel bars and all-around. The all-
around consists of all the events.
Gary said, "I do well in all of the
events except sidehorse. I feel I
can get from eight points up in
all of them."
This year Gary has not been
able to perform to his fullest un-
til recently. He explained that he
has had lots of injury problems.
"Early in the season, I had a
dislocated finger, and a sprained
wrist. I just recently suffered a
torn shoulder. I hope now that
the worst problems are over."
Gary went on, explaining, "I am
just getting over those injuries.
As long as I don't get hurt, I

should have a good year. The last
two weeks, I have been in really
good shape."
Gary expressed hope that he
will not be injured for the big
meets. He said, "It's a good thing
that our tough meets are at the
end of the year. That is when
we are in prime shape." Gary
feels that Michigan State, as they
seem to be.In everything this year,
appear to be the biggest competi-
tion.
Big Ten Achievement
Last year in the Big Ten cham-
pionship which Michigan copped
as a team, Gary finished third
in parallel bars, fourth in rings
and fourth all-around. In the rest
of his events he took sevenths
and sixths. He finished only one-
half point behind the winner in
parallel bars to 'illustrate the
closeness of that event.
Vander Voort was beaten in,
the parallel bars by Jim Cursi of
Michigan State, who was national
champion in the event last year.
Gary looks forward to meeting
Cursi again in the MSU meet'this
year and is hopeful that he can
beat him.
When asked about his favorite
events, Gary said, "parallel bars
is my best event. My three strong-
est are the parallel bars ,along
with the high bar and still rings.
The side horse seems to be the
hardest event to master." Gary
started gymnastics in his fresh-
man year in high school and im-
proved through tough competition.
Competition from Williams
Gary feels he has lots of com-
petition and teammate Ken Wil-
liams is one of them. Gary noted
that Ken beat him once this year
on the parallel bars. Cursi of
Michigan State still looms as Van-
der Voort's top competition,
though.
Looking forward to tough meets
further on in the season, Gary
pointed to Iowa and Michigan
State. Gary said, "MSU will be
the toughest one. After five Big
Ten championships in a row lots

of teams will be after us. We
will probably go in as slight un-
derdogs in our dual meet with
them as we did last year when
we beat them."
He went on to say, "Iowa will
be fairly tough, too. In an unof-
ficial meet earlier in the season,
we beat the Hawkeyes though.
The main problem with these two
meets is that they are away. There
is more advantage to playing at
home because you are using the
equipment that you are accust-
omed to."
Gary does feel that the gym-
nasts do have a good chance of
winning a sixth straight Big Ten
Flint Open
Michigan's Big Ten cham-
pionship gymnastic team trav-
els north Saturday to perform
in the Flint Open. The meet,
held at Flint Northwestern
High School, starts with the
preliminaries at 1 p.m. and fea-
tures the finals at 8 p.m.
title under head Coach Newt Lo-
ken. From there, Gary looks to
the nationals and hopes for a
good team showing.
Improvements
In his own future, Gary is look-
ing to improve his Big Ten show-
ing of last year in all of his
events. Last year he made it to
the NCAA regionals but with-
drew when he did not do partic-
ularly well. This year he looks
ahead not only to the Big Ten
but to the NCAA finals. The thing
is, as Gary says, "You have to
work for it." I want to be there
in the NCAA finals this year. It
is not very much fun watching it
on television."
As Coach Loken pointed out,
"With a few less injuries and more
available time, Gary could be one
of the best gymnasts in the coun-
try.",

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GARY VANDER VOORT is shown executing a perfect dismount
from the high bar. Last week, he finished first in that event with
a 9.05 point total and as a sophoomre last year was voted most
valuable member on the team. Vander Voort may give a pre-
liminary exhibition of the Big Ten championships this Saturday
in Flint by competing in all seven gymnastic events. An all-
around champion will be crowned in the meet, along with
individual winners. Vander Voort's strongest events are the high
bar and the parallel bars.

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