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January 06, 1961 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I' Icers Host Michigan

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Michigan Faces Favored Indiana, MSU
In Western Conference Swimming Relays

by El1ov Seger and uenry Aker- -Daily-David Giltrow
vall. LIFE OF A GOALIE-North Dakota's goalie is sprawled in the
sh e up asurfacbatthe gete nets as Michigan wingman Larry Babcock (5) applies the
Michigan's offense, which has pressure. Teammate Al Hinnegan (15) stands ready to aid
been spasmodic at times, and the Babcock. These two and their fellow Wolverines hope to make
Husky defense. It could be the life as miserable for the Michigan Tech goalie in the crucial
best hockey of the season. weekend series starting tonight.

Osterland Wins Gym Titles

Friday, Dec. 30.
In the Trampoline events the
participants do two routines of
ten bounces each and the athlete
with the highest point total is
judged the winner.
Four day later in the North-
South All-Star meet also at Sara-
sota, Osterland bettered the field
to win his second major title of
the young season.

The victories were an extra
satisfaction to Osterland because
he twicedefeated his old nemesis
Larry Snyder of Iowa. Last year
Snyder won the Big Ten, NCAA,
and NAAU titles while his Mich-
igan rival placed second in each
meet.
Because of' his efforts, Oster-
land, a second team All-American
last year, was named to a nine
man gymnastics squad which is
slated to tour South Africa for
the U.S. State Department, be-
ginnning in late February.
After finally beating out his
Iowa counterpart for the cham-
pionships, Osterland commented,
"It was a long time coming and
I'm glad it finally came."
Michigan gymnastics Coach
Newt Loken stated, "Tom's vic-
tory is indicative of the fact that
he can annex the three big titles
this year, the Big Ten, NCAA and
NAAU, and with his added poise
this year should score highly in
season meets."

Four Teams Expected To Battle For Title

may use these two men in a double
pivot. In addition, two other sophs,
6'4" Dave Downey and 6'2" Bill
Smalley have nailed down starting
assignments. They were considered
the two best high school prospects
in Illinois two years ago.

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