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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 19.67

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By BILL LEVIS
It was almost a perfect meet.
It's just that Michigan State was
.375 of a point more perfect thai
Michigan.
Both gymnastic powers (one-
two in the Big Ten last year)
scored over the magic 190 figure.
Both teams gave extraordinary
performances.
There was only one problem, the
Wolverines came out on the short
end, losing to the Spartans, 190.8-
190.425.
Still, the season is far from over.
The Wolverines lost to the Spar-
tans last year and came back to
take the conference crown.
According to Michigan State
coach George Szypula, "Michigan
was just a little shaky in spots
yesterday," and it was those spots
that hurt the Wolverirres most.
The meet, held before a capacity
crowd in the Sports Building, was
lost in the first three events, the
vaulting, floor exercise and side
horse as Michigan fell 1.8 points
behind State.
Rodney Foul
Michigan, usually strong in
vaulting, finished only with a
26.825 compared to a 27.45 for
State. Sophomore Fred Rodney
fouled on his first vault, receiving
an 8.2 instead of the 9.2 he would
have netted without the fault. In
the end, this foul turned out to be
the difference. Still, the lost can't
be blamed on Rodney, who re-
corded a 9.1 in the event against
Eastern Michigan last Saturday.
Then both the Wolverines' side
horse and floor exercise squads
missed while the Spartans re-
ceived 27.15 and 27.90 respectively.
Part of the 2-point difference
after the first three events could
have made up by a healthy Dave
Jacobs who was below par in the
free ex. still hurting from a sore
ankle and by Wayne Miller, who is
sidelined by two sprained ankles
but will be ready for undefeated
Iowa a week from Saturday.
Deductio
Coach Newt Loken summed it
up when he noted that "it started
badly when we received one point
deduction in vaulting. The side
horse team missing a little didn't
help and even the floor 'ex' wasn't
as sharp as usual." Loken did
have praise though for the tramp
and high bars teams.
Jacobs, who injured his ankle
against Western Michigan gave
the greatest single performance of
the afternoon receiving a 9.7 on

Squeaker
and second in the 'p' bar. If he
does this well when he is hurting,
his healthy performances must be
something to behold.
Szypula also praised the AAU
floor ex champ Tob Towson,
NCAA ring champ Ed Gunny and
captain Ron Aure, his key man,
all lit their spots.
Face Biggie
The Michigan State coach not-
ed that he can now face Biggie
(Munn) again, the MSU athletic
director with a smile, something
he couldn't do after the Spartans
three point loss to Illinois last
weekend in Champaign. Szypula
said that his team was really sad
that weekend.
Loken was amazed at MSU's
loss, saying "I can't see how the
Spartans could lose to the Illini."
Referring to his own team's
chances the rest of the way, the
Michigan mentor said "We're still
in there. We'll come back in the
Big Ten meet in March."
Michigan State and Michigan CHRIS V
have now both lost one while Iowa the form
is now on top with a 4-0 record. against
The Spartans travel to Iowa City adGinty
Saturday hoping to throw the Big Ed Gunn
Ten race into a three-way tie. The VAULTIN
Wolverines meet the Hawkeyes a 2. C. Fullei
have week from Saturday in the Sports 9.15; 4. P. F
erines Building and would like to be sit- FLOORE
Ken- ting in first place alone going (MSU) 9.55
fin- into the championships, and Thor
etnick F s(M) 9.15.
~tikFirst Loss SIDE HC
ptness The loss yesterday was the first 9.2;2E wi
t and in six years for the gymnasts at (MSU) 8.95
giving home and the team is confident Vanden Bri
it was it won't happen again at least not TRAMPO
then for a while. 2. Conant
Jacobs expressed the feeling of 9.1; 4. Stern
their the whole team following the HIGH. BA
eni in and Gunny
heartbreaking loss when he said, Broek (M)9
Phip "We'll get them in the Big Ten
their ., we'll get them." He then shook 9.25; 2A (tie
n the his head, muttering, "Four-tenths Thor (MSU
e Sa- of a point. . . It was a good meet 9,15.
celled with just a couple of tough RINGS -
Vander Vo
breaks." and Croft (P

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Fr. Bernard Haring
"The True Christian
Conscience"

Saturday, Feb. 18-8 p.m.
Trueblood, Freize
Reception following at the
Newman Center, 331 Thompson
Pat Keil, 764-7895

Ed Gunny

the tramp in a thrilling perform-
ance. He said afterwards that "the
ankle was sore but I just wanted
to win."
The whole tramp team came
through with the best effort of
the day, notching a 28.0 out of
30. Sophomore Mike Zadel record-
ed a 9.1 while Big Ten runner-up
Vic Conant netted a 9.2 for his
effort. After the superlative effort
of the tramp, team, the Wolver-
ines surged into the lead by .075
after the Spartans slipped on the
tramp with a 26.1.
d MSU Edge
Michigan even. increased its lead
on the high bar as captain Gary
Vander Voort, Mike Sasich and
Chris Vanden Broek notched a
27.50 to State's 27.45. Stil, the
Spartans came back in the 'p' bars
and rings to edge out the Wolver-
ines in the' end.
The big difference in the whole
meet was the Spartans' consist-
ency, as they hit around 27.4 totals
on every event except the tram-
poline while the Wolverines dis-
played early meet jitters and only
found themselves when it was too
late.
Kenney Inept
Going into the final event,
Michigan State had outpointed

Michigan by .175. The rings
been strong, for the Wolv
all year but sophomore Rich
ney blew his whole routine
ishing with an 8.5. Larry Me
covered up for Kenney's inel
with a 8.9 while Vander Voor
Cliff Chilvers scored 9.15,
Michigan a 27.2 total. Still i
not enough as the Spartans
proceeded to rack up a 27.4.
The Wolverines did have
outstanding performances ev
spite of the loss. Chip and
Fuller came through with
usually consistent scores o:
vaulting and floor 'ex' whil
sich and Vanden Broek ex
on the high bar.
Just Great
MSU seemed to have more
s t a n d i n g performances
though they were from only
individuals. Dave Thor, Big
all-round champ and thirdi
nation last year, came th
with a brilliant performance
though he was still hamper
a sore arm. Szypula said
"Thor was hurting but wa
pired for this big meet. H
just great."
The California junior fir
first in the vaulting with a
second in the floor ex, third:
side horse, first in the hig'

-Daily-Don Horwitz
ANDER BROEK, Michigan high bar specialist, displays
that gave hima 9.25 score in that event yesterday
Michigan State. But the score gave him only a third, as
y and Dave Thor of MSU both scored 9.3 to tie for first.
NG-1. Thor (MSU) 9.35;
r (M) 9.2; 3. Aure (MSU)
Fuller (M) 9.025.
EXERCISE --1. Towson
5; 2. (tie) P. Fuller (M)
(MSU) 9.25; 4. C. Fuller
ORSE-i. Smith (MSU)
tzke" (MSU) 9.0; 3. Thor
5; 4. (tie) Baessler and
oek (M) 8.9.
LINE-1. Jacobs (M) 9.7;
(M) 9.2; 3. Zadel (M)
ner (MSU) 9.0.
AR-1. (tie) Thor (MSU)
iy (MSU) 9.3; 3. Vanden
9.25; 4. Sasich (M) 9.2.
EL BARS-i. Diehl (MSU)
e) Vander Voort (M) and
U) 9.2; 4. Richards (M)
1. (tie) Chilvers (M),
S(M95 Gunny (MSU)

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THE INDIVIDUAL AND HIS RELIGION
(A PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION)
TONIGHT: THE NATURE OF DOUBT
Feb. 23: The Nature of Faith
GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe St., 7:30 P.M.
A seminar in religion, led by Lloyd W. Putnam,
and open to all students.

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CASSIUS CLAY will make the
second of six planned world
heavyweight title defenses against
ZORA FOLLEY of Chandler, Ariz.
The bout will take place at Madi-
son Square Garden in New York
on March 22.
The- fight will be carried on
home television by a special RKO
General Garden network with
New York blacked out.
ERV INNIGER, third high scor-
er on the INDIANA UNIVERSITY
basketball team, fractured his
wrist in a fall during the HOOS-
IERS' game with MICHIGAN
STATE Monday night. Inniger will
be out for the season.
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twirling poster on the bulletin
board in the Placement Office.

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