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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1966

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1966

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By BILL LEVIS ler twins, Phip and Chip, Gary
Vander Voort and Ken Williams.
In collegiate sports, most out- The other headliners are Art Baes-
standing teams are usually led by sler, Cliff Chilvers, and Chris

In'g a major contribution to
team's success this year and
last year, too, of course!"

the Their proud coach has words
did of praise for both of them. Phip,
he cdmments, is a "fabulous floor

veterans--senior. I

Still, there are those rare oc-
casions when the juniors or soph-
omores appear to' carry the brunt
of the work. This year's junior
gymnasts fall into such a category.
"Two years ago, they were the
best freshman team ever," spoke
energetic Newt Loken, coach of
the gymnasts. "One year ago they
were the sensational sophomores,
and this year they are the tre-
mendous and steady juniors."
The juniors are led by the Ful-

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Vanden Broek.
Backbone of Squad
To show the importance of the
juniors, of the seven events in
gymnastic competition, the jun-
iors rank first in five of them.
The only two events where jun-
iors are not first are the rings
and trampoline. In the rings, the
juniors compensate though with a
second and third place rating in
Chilvers and Vander Voort.
Coach Loken points out that,
"Without a doubt, they are mak-

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Pensacola Prodigies exercise performer. He does a
The Wolverine gymnasts are led strength move that no one else
by the "double duo" of Phip and in the country can duplicate."
Chip Fuller in the floor and ex- Coach Loken then goes on about
ercise vaulting (long horse). The Chip. "He is another tremendous
boys, who hail from the sunshine performer. He is shaping up as
state of Florida, are ranked one, the top vaulter in the country."
two in the floor ex with brother. Last year, Chip even finished sec-
Phip edging out Chip 9.275 to ond in the Big Ten in the floor
9.25. In the vaulting, Chip dom- ex.

inates, leading his twin brother
9.275 to 9.15 for the year.

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Better Than Magic
The true workhorse for the
Maize and Blue is, of course, Gary
Vander Voort, the "all-around"
competitor. Last year as a soph,
Vander Voort finished third in the
Big Ten in parallel bar, and fourth
in the rings and the all-around.
He was voted the most valuable
on the team by the players last
year.
This year, Vander Voort has
consistently been hitting over that
magic 9.0 mark so important to
Coach Loken. Vander Voort con-
siders the rings, parallel bars and
high bar his best events and will
have his hands full in the parallel
bars this weekend. Against Mich-
igan State, he along with team
mate Ken Williams, also a junior.
will have to face the national par-
allel bar champ in theuSpartans'
Jim Curzi. Curzi has currently a
9.3 average.
Threatens Big Ten
Williams, Michigan's o t h e r
threat in the parallel bars, is re-
ceiving scores just under those of
the MSU standout. Williams has
posted a 9.25 average. Says Coach
Loken, "The guys refer to him as
good ol' Kenny in that he's a cool,
steady performer who really comes
through when the pressure is
great, such as in the Illinois meet
last week when he won it with
j9.4."
The Michigan leader in the side
horse is another of the top flight
juniors, Art Baessler. Baessler is

For Open House
By CLARK NORTON climax the evening's activity at
9:30.
"What Makes Sammy Run?" is In the auxiliary gym, the all-
a production that will be, accord- campus championships in gym-
ing to an anonymous source, stag- nastics will be held, starting at 7
ed by the APA Thursday night. under the direction of gymnastics
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, that Coach Newt Loken. Dave Jacobs,
is. And Sammy? None other than world's champion trampolinist and
Sigma Alpha Mu's intramural bas- a Michigan freshman, is entered
ketball team, which has hustled, in three events.
muscled and-run-its way into The handball courts will host a
the finals of the social fraternity myriad of events. The all-campus
division of the IM basketball tour- paddleball tournament finals, the
nament. jfraternity paddleball finals. and
Quaddies will be there, too. Ent ainus esidence hall padebal
masse, in fact. And grads. And matches will take place from 7 to
anybody else who has joined a ;10. Handball exhibitions will also
successful IM team in any num-! be held, as will general handball
ber of sports. games played by selected competi-
The "production," the 35th an- tors.
nual intramural sports open house. Students will get the opportuni-
will take place from 6:30 to 10:30 ty for revenging any past griev-
tomorrow night at the IM sports ances against teachers-and vice-
building, and is free of charge. versa--during student-faculty vol-
The only catch is that there might leyball matches. Similar contests
be too many worthwhile activities will be held in squash.
to see unless ,of course, you are Exhibition of other sports by
an able-winged visiting pigeon University clubs will round out
from Yost Field House. the evening's activity. The Soccer
Gridders and Greeks Club Boxing Club, and Ann Ar-
Highlighting the evening will bor Fencing Club will display their
be the finals of the basketball most talented members in action,
tournaments. Initiating the action while the Karate and Judo Clubs
will be the residence halls and will demonstrate the fundamen-
fraternity "B" championships. And tals of Oriental self-defense.
representing the Quaddies will be The open house represents the
Wenley and Taylor Houses, while culmination of the intramural
Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Al- winter sports program, and emo-
pha Mu fight it out among the tions are running high among the
Greeks. more than 500 participants.
At 7:45.Sigma Alpha Mu will "Blood will flow," quoth a fired-
oppose Alpha Phi Alpha, a team up Quaddie cager, apparently not
which includes gridders Bill Year- referring to the karate exhibitions.
by and John Rowser, in the social "On the contrary," replied one
fraternity "A" championships of his opponents. "It will gush."

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KEN WILLIAMS DISPLAYS ONE of the maneuvers that has
made him one of the outstanding junior gymnasts. Williams
earned a 9.4 in his' specialty, the parallel bars, to capture the lead
for the Wolverines in the victory last Friday over Illinois.
averaging about 9.25 this year. Lo- worker and Loken feels that this
ken seem him as a big threat for will be evident in the next two
the Big Ten title. He has already weeks at Michigan State and of
scored 9.7 on side horse and was course at the all important Big
runner-up champ on the horse Ten meet.
in the Midwest meet in Chicago Face State
last December. This weekend means the climax
The two final juniors playing of the dual meet season for the
major 'roles in Michigan's quest Michigan gymnasts as they clash
for an unprecedented s i x t h with the undefeated Spartans at.
straight Big Ten title are ring East Lansing on Saturday. Both
man Cliff Chilvers and an Ann squads go into the affair with 6-0
Arbor product, Chris Vanden records.
Broek. Therbiggest challenges to the
Horses and Rings Wolverine gymnasts led by the
Chilvers, the leader among the "steady" juniors are MSU seniorI
juniors in the rings, stands sec- Curzi in the parallel bars and as
ond only to senior Rich Blanton mentioned earlier, the high bar,
in the event. Last year as a soph- and sophomore sensation Dave
omore, he finished third in the Thor, who is the Spartan leader
Big Ten. Loken sees him as, "the in the floor ex, side horse, vault
coolest ring performer in the con- and parallel bars.
ference. If he had a little more The juniors along with the rest
strength, he could be a real con- of the Maize and Blue seem readyI

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n tne residence nail "A tin-
als, defense mindedcoaching gen-
ius John Kemmer sends his Hu-
ber "Knights" into battle against
Gomberg, led by gridiron stal-
warts Wally Gabler and Craig.
Kirby. At the same time, Phi Del-
ta Phi and the "Stockstraps"--
not to be confused with another
team-will tangle in the graduate
division. The last two matches will1
begin at 9.

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Vanden Broek after working all-
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Tickets for the Iowa game
Monday night go on sale today.
at 8. They can be purchased at
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The freshman tack team will,
hold a meeting this afternoon at
4:30 in Yost Field House. Frosh
Coach Dave Martin requests
that all members of the team
attend.

Insight Unnecessary
But if you don't know Cazzie
Russell from Lloyd Graff or a bas-
ketball from an overgrown grape-
fruit-and don't care to learn--the
open house may still offer a good
evening's eitertainment.
The IM pool will be a major
center of activity. At 7:30 comesl
the residence hall swimming
championships, followed by the
fraternity swimming finals. Then
diving will take over. The all-
campus championships beginning
at 8:15 will precede varsity and
clown-diving exhibitions under
the direction of diving coach Dick
Kimball. The residence hall water
polo' championships, featuring
Gomberg and Taylor Houses, will

Pro Coaches
Like Cazzie
In the first of the All-America
basketball teams, announced yes-
terday, Michigan's Cazzie Russell
was named by the coaches of the
National Basketball Association as
the only unanimous choice.
Joining Russell on the first
team were Vanderbilt's Clyde Lee,
Syracuse's Dave- Bing, Purdue's
Dave Schellhase, and Kansas' Walt
Wesley.
Named to the second team were
Jim Walker of Providence, Lou
Hudson of Minnesota, Matt Guo-
kas of St. Joseph, Henry Finkel of
Dayton ,and Dick Snyder of Dav-
idson.
Michigan's Oliver Darden receiv-
ed honorable mention along with
several others.
All nine professional coaches se-
lected Russell on the first team.
Eight of them selected Lee.

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