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Wolverine Gymnasts Host Navy
caliber and I have
this Friday? have won their first three meets, Loken expects to see especially
Well then come to see the Michi- against Indiana, Wisconsin, and tough competition from such Pier
gan gymnastics team open its 1961 Ball State." standouts as Dale Grace in free
home season against Navy Pier The Wolverine coach also ex- exercise, Trampoline, and tumbl-
tonight at 7:30. Navy Pier is the plained that Navy Pier Coach Ben ing and Richard Lapham in Tram-
Chicago branch of the University Montcalm has been able to poline, parallel batrs, and also'
of Illinois. develop successful teams, as this tumbling.
Michigan Coach Newt Loken season's is, even when starting For Michigan, such top, per-
expects to find some stiff corn- from scratch. "They are of good formers as Captain Rich Mont-
Three Ali-A mericans, T idwei, Nelson
Top Big Ten Personal Scoring Race
petit, Tom Osterland, Jim Brown
and Gil Larose will be competing
for top honors.
Loken expects the IM gymna-
sium to be filled for tonight's meet.
He says that, "The spectators,
should be rewarded with an excel-
lent display of precision move-
ments and top-notch coordina-
"This meet will indicate just.
how good'the boys are and how
much we can expect from th
He went on to say that
squad has been working hard
they are all looking forwar
this meet, and plans to show
verine fans how good they a
Bethen said, "Come and
be the judge.,"
After this meet the team c
the Big Ten season with Wi:
son, on February 4, at Madisc.
He's a fine guard. I haven't seen
Nelsor play, but he must be quite
a ball player," he commented.
Tidwell tied Bellamy for fourth
place in Big Ten scoring last
year with a 22.3 average, and
Nelson finished well up at 15.8.
Larry Siegfried and John Hay-
licek, both of Ohio State, also
drew Strack's praise as outstand-
ing all-around players and possi-
ble All-America candidates.
This season the scoring leaders
in the conference for all games so
far are-you guessed it-Dischin-
ger at 28.4, Lucas at 26.3, Nelson
at 24.3, Bellamy at 22.5.and Tid-
well at 20.2. Siegfried, at 16.3,
and Havlicek, at 14.4, are in the
LEADS GYMNASTS-Tom Osterland, will lead the Michigan
gymnastic squad in its home opener tonight against Navy Pier.
The meet will start at the I-M Building at 7:30. Students are
admitted on identification cards.
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9 to 5:30
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