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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Fumbling Mars Practice

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Miller Bounces Way
To Trampoline Title

By BILL LEVIS
It was back out into the ele-
ments for the football team yes-
terday as the gridders scrimmaged
at Ferry Field after practicing in
the confines of Yost Field House
last weekend, safe from the chill-
ing air outside.
The players were again split
into two squads, the familiar white
and blue. Unlike the two earlier
Saturday games, the squads were
separated into defense and offense.
The color of the uniform did not
represent relative ability as it has
done in the past. Yesterday, the
blue was the offensive squad while
the white was always on the de-
fense.
The starting blue backfield con-
sisted of Dick Vidmer at quarter-
back, George Hoey and Ernie
Sharpe at the halfback slots, and
Dave Fisher at full. Vidmer's first
aerial effort was to Clayte Wilhite,
who is bidding for the end spot
vacated by graduating Steve
Smith. In the process of going for
the ball, yearling Tom Stincic got
a little too anxious and interfered
with the receiver. This play set the
pattern for the remainder of the
dreary, gray afternoon.
Anyone for Glue?
Neither the offense or the de
fense appeared to be clicking. As
Coach Bump Elliott put it, "the
offense just hasn't caught fire. It
was spotty. What hurt the offense
was that it didn't hang on to the
ball."
The fumbling of the football af-
fected just about everyone over

that he will continue to do so.
Elliott also noted that freshman
Dennis Brown, who saw defensive
action today and intercepted a
pass, will get a chance to show
his hand at quarterback.
Another battle appears to be
raging in the defensive front be-
tween Dennis Morgan and Paul
D'Eramo, who will also back up
center Joe Dayson on offense. El-
liott said that "both boys are
showing a good deal of progress.
They have been doing a good
job."
Four touchdowns were scored in
the modified ganie. Ernie Sharpe
opened the scoring with a sprint
down the right side to give the
first string blue six points. After
replacing starter Dave Fisher at
fullback, Tim Radigan netted the
second touchdown behind some
good blocking.
Paydirt for Fisher
Dave Fisher concluded the after-
noon's scoreboard action with a
six-yard spurt through right
tackle. Early in the game, Fisher
ran a beautiful 35-yard gain close
to the goal line only to have the
play nullified for a blue infraction.
Coach Elliott was not totally
disappointed with today's scrim-
mage. He noted that "the team
generally looked pretty good. The
offense is improving. We are find-
ing out a lot of things."

Special To The Daily
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -
Michigan's Wayne Miller won the
1966 NCAA Trampoline champion-
ship last night with a 9.45.
Coach Newt Loken happily re-
ported that "Wayne performed
tremendously under pressure. He
did a fabulous job bouncing all the
way to the championship moving
from third in the preliminaries."
Three other Wolverine gymnasts
competed in the finals. Phip Full-
er, fifth going into last night's ac-
tion, moved up to finish fourth in
the floor exercise. His brother
Chip, who made the finals in long
horse vaulting, pulled down an
eighth place. Rich Blanton, a sen-
ior and recent nominee for the
Nissen Gymnastics Trophy, fin-
ished seventh in the still rings.
Frank Schmitz of Southern Illi-
nois captured two gold medals as
gymnasts from the Midwest domi-
nated final-round action in the
NCAA championship at Penn
State.
Schmitz, a junior, won the floor
exercise with a 9.525 score and the
long horse vault with 9.575.
Two Michigan State gymnasts
-Jim Curzi and Ed Gunny-also

captured titles. Curzi repeated in
the parallel bars with 9.60, and
Gunny won the still rings with
9.55.
Rusty Rock of San Fernando
Valley State upset Curzi, the de-
fending champion, on the hori-
zontal bar with a 9.525 mark, and
Gary Hoskins of California State
College at Los Angeles. won the
side horse championship. Hoskins
scored a 9.75 in last night's finals
for a final score of 9.725, highest
in the meet.

SCORES

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DAVE FISHER

the afternoon. No one seemed im-
mune to the trouble caused par-
tially by the weather. Sophomore
quarterback John Thomas came
down with a more severe case of
slippery fingers than anyone else
as the ellusive pigskin seemed to
be running away from him more
often than not.
Thomas, Vidmer, and freshman
Bob Kieta handled the signal call-
ing yesterday. Kieta worked with
the second squad' while Thomas
headed the third. The race for
quarterback still seems wide open.
Brown Gets QB Shot
Kieta has been working on de-
fense and coach Elliott indicated

EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Minnesota 8, Atlanta 7 (10 inn)
Kansas City 5, Houston 4'
Philadelphia 3, Washington 1
St. Louis 3, Boston 1
Chicago (A) 7, Detroit 5
California 3, Chicago (N) 2
Los Angeles 5, San Francisco 3
New York (N) 4, Cincinnati "B" 1
Baltimore 3, Cincinnati "A" 2
New York (A) 3, Pittsburgh 2
Cleveland 7, Portland (PCL) 2
NHL
Montreal 8, Chicago 3
New York 3, Toronto 3 (tie)

SPORTS SHORTS:
Habs Win NHL Crown;
Ryun Cops Special Mile

MONTREAL ()-Montreal, led
by Jean Beliveau's two goals, won
its 15th National Hockey League
regular season title and Chicago's
Bobby Hull tied a league record
for total points in scoring his 54th
goal last night as the Canadiens
routed the Black Hawks 8-3.
The chamiponship is the Cana-
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The Hawks never have won the
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* * *
Ryun Wins Mile
AUSTIN, Tex. (P)-Young Jim
Ryun, the Kansas freshman who
holds the American mile, record,
won the special mile of the Texas
Relas' Yesterday baut falled to give
the track and field meet its first
sub-four minute effort.
The meet record of 4:00.5 was
set by Wes Santee of Kansas 11
years ago, and Ryun, who holds
the American record at 3:55.3, was
expected to better it.
Ryun held back until the final
lap then shot out in front and
beat John Camien in the stretch
by six yards with a time of 4:03.9.

Paddleball Tourney
Harry Detweiler defeated Tom
Deltassa 21-15, 21-12 to win the
singles crown in the finals of the
State Paddleball Tourney held yes-
terday at the IM Building.
Lynn Beckman and Bill Alten-
hof copped the doubles champion-
ship by knocking off Ann Arbor's
Jack Berman and Steve August,
21-17, 2-21, 21-15.
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