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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1966

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Gymnasts Bounce in With Talent

This
Saturday

By BILL LEVIS and World. The Lafayette, La..
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nastics team expect to do for' an LImonth n an nerna lOnal mleeIanUI aicVL L n . g
encoreI tear? in Kiel, West Germany. Vander Voort, back from last year.
encore this year? If Miller's credentials are not The side horse is a much im-
Here is a team that never won enough to scare the rest of the proved squad this year accordingj
1961, and now is riding on the nation into submission, he is flank- to Loken after suffering from aI
strength of six straight conference ed by sophomore Dave Jacobs, lack of experience a year ago. Led
srwnseUng desxtreuigd nce ofwho won the summer NAAU by senior Art Baessler, third in the
crowns. Under the guidance of trampoline title, Miller was second, Big Ten in 1966, the squad looks
Coach Newt Loken, who revived and he just recently took the Nis- better with the return of improv-
ines even managed to win the sen Cup in London against some ing junior Dave Geddes and Van-
NCAA title in 1963. of the stiffest competition in den Broek,
This year's squad, led by cap- Europe. The rings will miss Rich Blan-
tain Gary Vander Voort, brings And in This Corner ... ton, who finished second last year,I
back seven seniors and four jun- This is not the end of Mich- but hope to make up for his loss
iors who performed on the 1966 igan's trampolining depth. It is with seniors Cliff Chilvers, Van-
champion team which according almost a forgotten fact that re- der Voort and Dick Stone who re-
to Loken "contained very few turning junior Vic Conant finish- turns to the squad after sitting
stars. They were hard working ed second to Miller in the Big Ten out last year. Loken looks to Stone
dedicated athletes who made it last year. To complete the tramp to come back to his sophomore
'Six in '66' after a dual meet loss line-up will be Mike Zadel, one of level of development. The gym-
to Michigan State. The boys just the seven sophomores who is nastic coach also said that soph
bounced back in the Big Ten meet fighting for a spot on the chain- Dick Kenney, no relation to the
to take the title." pionship squad. Michigan State kicker by the same
Tramp Champs Captain Vander Voort, Big Ten name, is looking very good in
The Michigan gymnasts boast runner-up in the all-around last practice.,
this year probably the number one year, heads the parallel bar, hor- 1ess-67GYMNASTICS SCHEDULE
and two trampolinists in the izontal bar, and ring squads. Lok- December
world, at least "the strongest in en feels that the "p" bars will be 3-Midwest Open Chicago, 171.
the nation" according to Loken. a questionable event this year with January
Junior letterman Wayne Miller, only Vander Voort returning from 7-Indiana HOME
following in the tradition of other last year. Shopomores Dick Rich 14-Illinois Champaign-Urbana
20-Western Michigan HOME
fine Wolverine trampolinists, was ard, Fred Rodney and amazing 28-Illinois (Chicago) HOME
the first athletes ever to win the Tim Mousseau round out -the February
Big Six titles last year: the Mid- squad. 10-Eastern Michigan HOME
west Open, Big Ten, NCAA, win- Mousseau is an athlete of un- 18-Minn. and Wis. Minneapolis
ter NAAU crown, Schuster Cup yielding courage who went out for 25-Iowa and Ohio state HOME
the team this year after living March
through a horrible auto accident 2-4-Big Ten Iowa
Iu18-NCAA Regionals Wheaton, 111.
SEX-FINA LS- a year ago which cost him both AprCA e ionl haoI
Eof his legs. 1-NCAA Finals Site Undecided
DEMONSTRATIONS?a
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The free exercise and long horse
round out the seven gymnastic
events and are led by senior twins,
Phip and Chip Fuller. Phip was
runner-up in the Big Ten free ex
and fourth in the NCAA while his
brother Chip placed in both the
free ex and long horse in 1966.
The trampolining twins, Miller
and Jacobs, will also compete in
these two events.
Strength Is Strength Enough?
Loken feels that "the team looks
as strong, if not stronger than last
I year but the Big Ten this year is
so much stronger." The Wolver-
ine coach is especially concerned
about Iowa and Michigan State as
well as Illinois. Iowa is boasting
a team of sensational sophomores,
who beat the varsity last year, as
well as experienced juniors and
seniors. Michigan State will field
a team almost identical to the
squad that gave Michigan a run
to the wire for the Big Ten cham-
pionship.
The Michigan gymnasts' first
stern test of the season will be to-
morrow when they travel to Chi-
cago to compete in the Midwest
Open. All Big Ten teams will be
present along, with NCAA champ
Southern Illinois and Chicago area
schools. Though no team points
will be recorded, the competition
should give Loken's gymnasts an
indication of what they will have
to beat to retain the Big Ten
crown for a seventh straight year.
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American end, for the 1966 Col-
lege Scholar-Athlete Award made
by the National Football Founda-
tion's Detroit chapter.
Fisher, an engineering student,
Las an overall B-plus average.
Waswhington is in physical edu-
cation.
Both were honored Wednesday
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awards banquet at the Statler
Hiltonin Detroit. The pair are
now eligible for the sixth, Earl
Blaik Scholarship awards given for
graduate study.
Split end JACK CLANCY was
one of 22 collegians named to the
1966 United Press International
Aill-America football team.
Tight end CLAYT WILHITE
was named the football team's
outstanding student. Wilhite is a
dean's list honors student in polit-
ical science.
Baseball's winter meetings pro-
duced another trade yesterday as
the Los Angeles Dodgers sent
shortstop MAURY WILLS to the
Pittsburgh Pirates for third base-
man BOB BAILEY and shortstop
GENE MICHAEL. Buc manager
HARRY WALKER indicated that
he will put Wills at third base,
leaving GENE ALLEY at short.
In other dealings, the Pirates
shelled out cash to the Chicago
White, Sox for pitcher JUAN PIZ-
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