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P AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY" 9, 1964

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 9.1964

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Buntin, Russell Pitch in 65 in 93-82 Win
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'1' Wins Three at MSU Meet

Buntin led the way, hitting 22
points, including three of his pat-
ented Big Dipper hook shots.
Illinois' 6'8%" center Ski p
Thoren threw in 15 points in the
first half, but was limited to just
seven after the break.
The Illini threw up a full court
press right from the opening tip
but Michigan consistently broke it
up. "We used the same zone-press
UCLA used when they beat them,"
Combes commented after the
game. "But they've learned quite
a bit in the six weeks since we saw
them on the coast."
Strack, who was understandably
pleased at the game, expressed his
surprise in the particular press the
Illini used, but was favorably im-
pressed with the way the Wolver-
ines broke it up.
"I thought we handled it real
well," he said. "It's quite similar
to Michigan State's press, so we
weren't too shocked by it."
Strack praised Russell and Bun-
tin and was high on Illinois as a
team. "They were ready to play
and put up a good showing. It
seemed fairly tight until all of a
sudden I looked up at the score-
board and we were ahead by 10."
The coach emphasized his ad-
miration for Illini junior guard
Tal Brody, calling him "the most
improved player in the confer-
ence. He actually borders on being
a great back court man."
The 6'2" Brody scored 26 points,
21 of which were in the second
Fouts Accepts,
New Grid Post
Jack Fouts, 38, who has been an
assistant football coach here at
Michigan since 1959, was named
yesterday as head football mentor
at Ohio Wesleyan University.
After spending ten years as a
successful high school coach, he
handled the middle of the line at
Bowling Green for a year..
Wrestlers First
COLUMBUS -- Michigan's
wrestlers copped their fifth
straight Big Ten mat win in
as many starts here last night
with a 19-10 victory over Ohio
State.

half. Captain Bob Cantrell covered
fast-moving Brody all over the
court, but had trouble avoiding the
blocks the Illini continually set up
for him.,
Strack was especially happy af-
ter the game, saying, "It's always
good when you win, but it's some-
thing to have this good a showing
away from home."
Second Period Surge
Michigan slumped somewhat to-
ward the end of the first half,
making only 13 points in the last
10 minutes.
But i he second half was one big
display of Michigan's balanced
ability. The cagers scored 54
points, hit on 59 per cent of their
shots, didn't miss a free throw, and
controlled the backboards. Combes
called it "an unbelievable shooting
exhibition."
Russell's 17 points were high in
the second half. The improving
sophomore had one streak in the
half in which he scored ten points
B & R Trample 'Em
MICHIGAN
G F R P T
Tregoning 2-9 0-0 13 1 4
Darden 8-17 1-1 13 3 17
Buntin 16-31 5-5 13 3 37
Russell 13-20 2-2 5 1 28
Cantrell 2-4 0-2 3 3 4
Pomey 0-1 3-3 0 1 3
Meyers 0-3 0-0 3 2 0
Herner 0-0 0-0 2 1 0
Thompson 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Clawson 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Totals 41-8011-13 52 15 93

in three minutes, nabbed two re-
bounds, and stole the ball twice.
The widest margin of the half was
a 14 point spread at 80-66, but
when Illinois closed it up to 10
with five minutes to go, Buntin
and Darden canned three free
throws in a row and squelched
whatever threat there was.
Hoosiers Next?
The Wclverines, in sole posses-
sion of first place, bulged their
overall record to 16-2. For the
Illini, it was their fifth loss in 15
games and the first time since
1962 they've lost a Big Ten garne
at home.
Michigan has a week off and
doesn't f'o back into action until
next Saturday against upset-
mnnded Indiana in upsetting Yost
Field House. Strack's team will es-
pecially be pointing for the Hun: -
iers because no Michigan cage
'team Las ever won more than 16
contests in a season.

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By MIKE RUTKOWSKI
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - A f t e r
finishing a frustrating second in
two relays, Michigan finally got
a first in the final relay event of
the evening in the Michigan State
relays in Jenison Field House,
yesterday.
In the university one-mile relay,
it was Kent Bernard who flew
past Purdue's Nate Adams in a
sub-48 440 on the anchor leg to
give Michigan the victory in a
good 3:17.9. Bernard won easily
by about 15 yards over Adams
Bernard followed David Romain,
Bob Jerma, and Mac Hunter, who
all ran excellent 440 legs in the
relay.
Before that. the most spectacu-
lar performance of the evening

BILL BUNTIN OLIVER DARDEN.
... 37 points ,.. 13 rebounds

31' Swimmers Smash Michigan State

Thoren
Brody
Freeman
Redman
McKeown
Vepicka
Hinton
Brown
Edwards
Bauer
Love
Totals
MICHIGAN
ILLINOIS

ILLINOIS
G F R P T
8-21 6-8 14 3 22
11-17 4-7 4 3 26
5-15 3-3 11 1 13
6-14 1-1 6 1 13
3-10 2-2 2 1 8
0-1 0-0 0 1 0
0-2 0-0 0 0 0
0-0 0-0 0 0 0
0-2 0-0 0 2 0
0-0 0-0 0 1 0
0-1 0-0 0 0 0
33-83 16-21 39 13 82
39 54--93
34 48-82

By MIKE MEYERS
While most of Michigan's varsity
teams continued their winning
ways on the road, the Wolverine
swimmers held down the home
front in similar fashion by whip-
ping Michigan State, 61-44, at the
Matt Mann Pool, yesterday.
The 'Spartans in losing, however,
managed to set a new pool record
in the final event, the 400-yard
freestyle relay. The team of Bob
Sherwood, Dick Gretzinger, Dar-
ryle Kifer and Jim Macmillan
touched the plate of the new tim-
ing device at 3:16.18, eclipsing by
1.9 seconds the mark set here last
year by Minnesota.
Bill Farley, Michigan's great
freestyler, smashed both pool and

varsity records in the 200-yard
freestyle. His winning time was
1:46.49, well under his own varsity
record of 1:48.63 set last Decem-
ber and the pool record he set as
a freshman of 1:48.0. Farley's time
was just .1 second off the official
NCAA record. There is, however,
a new record pending confirma-
tion. It also bettered his record
times set last week against Prince-
ton.
Coach Gus Stager said that there
were "no thoughts of a record" in
Farley's race. "We expected Mac-
Millan (MSU freestyler) to push
Bill more than he did. Bill was told
that if he felt the pace was too
slow, he should pull away in the
third length." Farley did just that,

sprinting out in front on the third
and fourth length.
MacMillan did go on to win the
100-yard freestyle later touching
out Walls by .24 segonds, :48 66.
Stager continued, "In general,
the times were not spectacular
because we weren't swimming for
times, but just to win."
Farley took another first in the
500-yard freestyle with a time of
5:06.18-.
Early Lead
Michigan got out to a head start
in the first event. The 400 -yard
medley relay team of Ed Bartsch
(backstroke), Bill Spann (butter-
fly), Steve Rabinovitch (breast-
'stroke), and Frank Berry tfree-
style), left State's tankers well in
the rear with a 3.42.6 clocking.
Captain Jeff Moore or Jeff Long-
streth would usually swim butter-
fly in that event, but Spann was
used to save them for other events.
Moore came through with a first
in the 200-yard butterfly at
2:00.44. He was followed by Spar-
tans Terry Hagan and Gretzinger.
Longstreth swam in the 500-yard
freestyle for the first time in a
long while, finishing second to

wolverines Plaster Ohio State lcers, 21 -0!

By PERRY HOOD4
Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS-The Michigan ice
sextet completely dominated the
play in piling up a record-shatter-
ing 21-0 margin over their Ohio
State counterparts last night.-
Ohio State, playing their first
year as a varsity team, had some
players out of the lineup due to
injuries. As a result, it was agreed
to play the game with running
time. The Buckeyes mustered only
a few feeble scoring attempts
while the Wolverines spent most
of their time passing the puck
around the rink.
Record Set
The 21 goals eclipses the pre-
vious school record of 17, scored
against Michigan State. Bill Bieber
registered the first shutout of his

varsity career, and soph defense-
man Ted Henderson chalked up
his first goal.
Senior goal tender Bob Gray,
after setting a school shutout rec-
ord Friday night against Ohio
University, played center with
Pierre Dechaine and George For-
rest at the wings on the fourth
line and scored two goals, his sec-
ond being the record-breaking
18th tally.
One Sits, One Scrambles
Despite the high scoring against
him, Buckeye goalie Chuck Ho-
baica played well, making 57 saves.
Bieber had a good view of the
action from his end of the ice, and
needed to make only six stops
during the contest.
Michigan's soph sensations, Wil-

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Pro Scores

NBA
Boston 135, New York 114
Cincinnati 109, Baltimore 105
Philadelphia 109, Los Angeles 101
San Francisco 103, St. Louis 97
NHL
Detroit 3, Boston 2
Montreal 8, New York 2
Chicago 3, Toronto 3 (tie)

fred Martin and Mel Wakabaya-
shi, had seven markers between
them, with Martin getting the hat-
trick-plus-one. Martin opened the
scoring with 2:35 gone in the first
frame and the Wolverines kept
Hobaica busy throughout the rest
of the frame, topping in short
shots to build up an 8-0 margin
by the end of the period.
The second period was strictly
more-of-the-same, with Butler's
crowd-pleasing penalty to break
up the monotony. Gray finally
joined the ranks of the scorers
with 9:35 gone. Barry MacDonald
sent in a long shot from the Blue
line which Gray stopped in front
of the goalie, faked once, and slid
the pil past the hard working net-
minder.
Gray Ices Cake
The start of the third frame saw
the Wolverines with a 16-point
bulge. After a tedious exhibition
of passing and faking the dis-
draught Buckeyes, the Michigan
icers notched the record-tying
point with Dechaine's second goal
of the evening. The fourth line
came on the ice and worked the
puck around until Gray got a short
pass in front of the goal and tal-
lied the big 18th on another short
shot, assisted by Roger Galipeau
and Forrest.
The win last night boosts the
Wolverines' over-all record to 14-2,
and their nation-leading scoring
average to 9.2 goals per game.
Neither weekend contest affected
their league standing.

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Farley and just ahead of MSU's
Neil Watts.
MSU Wins
In the 50-yard freestyle sprint,
it was Kifer getting a good jump
off the blocks and holding the lead
to beat out Wolverines Rich Walls
and Bob Tanner. His winning time
was :22.03.
Versatile Gretzinger took an-tner
first for the men of East Lansing
in the 200-yard individual medley
with a fine 2:03.9 performance.
Michigan's Lanny Reppert and
Geoff D'Atri placed second and
third in the event.
In the 200-yard backstroke,
Michigan national champion Ed
Bartsch had no problem winnng
with a time of 2:02.4 He was fel-
lowed by D'Atri and State's Bert
Desmond.
Coach Stager commended Geza
Bodolay for his winning perform-
ance in the 200-yard oreastroke.
"It was one of Geza's better times
(2:19.05), but he was not pushed
enough by the nearest competitor
for a spectacular time." Michigan
State took second and third in the
event.
NCAA runner-up diver Ed
Boothman had an easy time tak-
ing first in that event. He amassed
an excellent point total of 293.95
to outscore Dick Van Lowe and
teammate Bruce Brown.
Strokers Storm
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Bartsch, Spann, Rabino-
vitch, Berry); 2. Michigan State.
Time-3:42.6.
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Farley
(M); 2. MacMillan (MSU); 3. Long-
streth (M). Time-1:46.5 (new var-
sity and pool record).
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Kifer
(MSU); 2. Walls (M); 3. Tanner
(M). Time-:22.0.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
. Gretzinger (MSU); 2. Reppert
(M); 3. D'Atri (M). Time-2:03.9.
j)IVING-1. oliothman (M); 2.
Van Lowe (MSU); 3. Brown (M).
Points-293.95.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Moore
(M); 2. Hagan (MSU); 3. Gretzinger
(MSU). Time-2:00I.4.
100-YD. FREESTYLE-1. MacMil-
lan (MSU); 2. Walls (M); 3. Tanner
(M). Timne-:48.7.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE--1. Bartsch
(M); 2. D'Atri (M); 3. Desmond
(MSU). Time-2:02.4.
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Farley
(M); 2. Longstreth (M); 3. Watts
(MSU). Time-S :06.1.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Bod-
oiay (M); 2. Driver (MSU); 3.
Hunt (MSU). Time-2:19.1.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan State (Sherwood, Gret-
zinger, Kifer, MacMillan); 2. Michi-
gan. Time-3:16.2 (pool record).

was turned in by hurdler Cliff
Nuttall in the 70-yard high hur-
dles. Nuttall tied the meet record
in an :08.6 with a diving somer-
sault at the tape. In the 70-yard
Three Firsts
BROAD JUMP-1. Clifton Mayfield
(CSO), 2. Jim Moore (Pur), 3. Jim
Garrett (MSU). 4. John Rowser
(M), 5. Dennis Holland (WMU).
Distance 24'9".
240-YD. SHUTTLE HURDLE RE-
LAY-1. Western Michigan (Dave
Fisher, Clay Lee, Joe Falls, Jim Vog-
ler), 2. Univ. of Missouri, 3. Miami
of Ohio). Time-:29.9.
300-YD. DASH - 1. Don Payne
(Kan. .)tS, 2. Al Washington (Pur),
3. Ron Peters (Mo.), 4. Ken Burn-
ley (M), 5. Gary Osborn (Drake).
Time- :30.9.
DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Western Michigan (Ted Strand, Dave
Cox, Neil Browne, Bruce Burston),
2. Miani, 3. Notre Dame, 4. Ohio
U. Time-10:01.6.
1000-YD. RUN-1. Robin Lingle
(Mo.), 2. Jay Sampson (M), 3. Nor-
val Jones (Mo.), 4. Steve Gosnell,
(CMU), 5. Ron Wood (Ferris St.).
Time-2:15.7.
60-YD. DASH-1. Bobby Moreland
(MSU), 2. Constantine Alverson
(Central St.), 3. Mell Orr (Ohio U.),
4. Dorie Reid (M), 5. Dick Beidner
(Mo.). Time-:06.1 (ties Moreland's
meetand fieldhouse record set in
1963).
ONE MILE-1. Wes Dutton (Kan.
St.), 2. Don Prichard (Drake), 3.
Jack Bacheler (Miami), 4. Ted Nel-
son (WMU), 5. Mike Kaines (MSU).
Time-4 :17.0.
SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan State (John Parker, Bobby
Moreland, Walker Beverly, Mike Mar-
tens), 2. Michigan, 3. Wayne St., 4.
Kansas St., 5. Western Michigan.
Time-3:27.5.
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Cliff Nuttall (M), 2. Norm John-
ston (Iowa St.), 3. Calvin Groff
(Mo.), 4. Ivan Lacore (CMU), 5.
Jim Vogler (WMU). Time-:08.6 (ties
meet record set in 1963 by Jim
Streeby of Missouri).
600-YD. RUN-i. Bill Selbe (Kan.
St.), 2. Paul Joles (CMU), 3. Ed
Williams (WMU), 4. Ray Bethea;
(Mo.),45. Dick Mather (MSU). Time
--1:13.4.
TWO-MILE RELAY - 1. MissourI
(Larry Ray, Charles Conrad, William
Rawson, Robin Lingle), 2. Michi-
gan, 3. Drake, 4. Western Michigan,
5. Michigan State. Time-7:33.3 (bet-
ters former meet and fieldhouse rec-
ord of 7:21.6 set by Western Michi-
igan in 1963).
SHOT PUT - 1. Roger Schmidt
(M), 2. Dave Magrane (Drake), 3.
Eugene Crews (Mo.), 4. Ernst Sou-
dek (M), 5. Bob Neuman Mo.). Dis-
tance-55'5".
POLE VAULT - 1. Bill Younger
(Mo.), 2. George Wade (M), 3. Nick
Turchek (WMU), 4. tie, George Can-
amare (M) and Dick Wells (M),
Dave McNamee (Notre Dame), and
Karl Kilpelainen (Wayne St.). Hgt.-
14'8.'
70-YD. LOW HURDLES-1. Jim
Vogler (WMU), 2. Norman Johnston
(Iowa St.), 3. Ayo Azikiwe (MSU), 4.
Ken Trualsen (Mo), 5. Ron Peters
(Mo.). Time-:08.1.
TWO-MILE RUN-1. Frank Carv-
er (Notre Dame), 2. Mike Gallagher
(WMU), 3. Jack Bacheler (Miami),
4. Tom Bache (Pur), 5. Roy Bryant
(Mo.). Time-9 :16.9.
COLLEGE ON-MILE RELAY --
1. Miami (Jim Bell, Bob Klink, Dave
Bartel, Steve Brubaker), 2. Central
Michigan, 3. Toledo, 4. Wayne State,
5. Ferris State. Time-3:22.8.
HIGH JUMP - 1. Ross Tunnell
(Mo.), 2. Bob Denham (M), 3.Dave
Magsig (CMU), 4. Fred McKoy
(MSU), 5. Pete Whitehouse (Notre
Dame). Height-6'2"
UNIVERSITY ONE-MILERELAY
-1. Michigan (Bob Jarema, Dave
Romaine, Mac Hunter, Kent Ber-
nard), 2. Purdue, 3. Drake, 4. Michi-
gan State. 'lime-3:17.9. Western
Michigan placed third butwas dis-
qualified by a foul on the back
stretch.

lows, however, Nuttall finished out
of the money.
Micn gan's only other first place
came in the shotput where Cap-
tain Roger Schmitt had a 55'5"
heave. In fourth place was team-
mate Ernie Soudek.
Michigan had an excellent sec-
ond in the two-mile relay. as the
first three teams all broke the
meet record. The difference be-
tween the Wolverines' second and
Missouri's first was Robin Lingle
of Missouri who ran an anchor
leg against junior Des Ryan. Lin-
gle is regarded as one of the finest
half-milers in the country.
The Wolverines got another sec-
ond in the sprint medley relay
when there was a mispass between
the first and second runners. This
pass was the margin of victory as
Michigan State won by about half
a second.
A slight disappointment was
Michigan's Bob Densnam in the
high jump. After clearing over
6'10" last week, he could only clear
6'6" yesterday and had to settle
for second because of more misses.
Jay Sampson came through with
a very strong second in the 1000-
yard run. He finished about three
seconds behind Lingle who went
on to spark Missouri to victory in
the two-mile relay.
In the pole vault, George Wade
cleared 14'4" which was good
enough for second behind a win-
ning vault of 14'8". Dick Wells and
George Canamare finished in a
four-way tie for fourth.
In the 60, one of the favorites.
Adams o i Purdue, was disqualified
for false starting. This enabled
Bob Moreland of Michigan State
to win in a record time of :06.1.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Northwestern 93, MSU 86
Bowling Green 76, Ohio U. 69 (ovt)
Detroit 100, Notre Dame 89
Kentucky-102, Mississippi 59
Ohio State 98, Indiana 96 (ovt)
Bradley 76, Wichita 74
NYU 88, Brandeis 45
St. John's 71, Loyola (Chicago) 69
Wisconsin 81, Purdue 80
UCLA 87, California 67 (Fri. night)
COLLEGE SWIMMING
Minnesota 76, Iowa 71
Indiana 64, Cincinnati 31{
Ohio State 58, Northwestern 43
Minnesota 62, Wiscons n 38
Minnesota 69, Purdue 32
Wisconsin 57, Purdue 48
Iowa 66. Illinois 39
COLLEGE WRESTLING
Iowa15, Indiana 12
Iowa 17, Purdue 11
Indiana 19, Wisconsin 9
Wisconsin 19, Purdue 10
Northwestern 16, Cornell (Iowa) 12
Pitt 22, Michigan State 5
Michigan St. 64, Illinois-Chicago 47
COLLEGE GYMNASTICS
Minnesota 63, Bemidji 49
Minnesota 69Y, Mankate 4312
Nebraska 63y, Minnesota 485j
Wisconsin 79, Chicago 33
Wisconsin 72, Indiana 39
Indiana 62, Chicago 50
COLLEGE HOCKEY
North Dakota 3, Michigan tech 2
Michigan St. 4, Minn.-Duluth 2
West. Michigan, 3, Ohtio U. 2 (ovt)
Minnesota 4, Colorado College 2
COLLEGE TRACK
Wisconsin 111, Iowa 30

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DIAMOND
CORPORAT ION

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Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN- Michigan's
string of 22 straight victories in
dual gymnastics meets was sever-
ed yesterday as Iowa and Illinois
upset the defending Big Ten and
NTCAA champions.
Michigan, lacking the services of
all around star Arno Lascari and
Rich Blanton, did not have the
depth to cope with the opposition.
Glenn Gailis of Iowa had four
firsts and a second in competition
with the Wolverines to lead them
to a 64.5 to 47.5 win. He took the

side horse, high bar, parallel bars
and still rings. Michigan managed
to take only two sweeps of first
and second places, in the trampo-
line and tumbling. Gary Erwin and
Fred Sanders finished one-two on
the tramp and Mike Henderson
and Phil Bolton took the top two
places in tumbling.
The ldss to Illinois was more
surprising than to Iowa. The Illini
according to Coach Newt Loken
"had a hot day." They beat Mich-

igan 57-55 capitalizing on superior
depth.
The Illini took first places in
floor exercise, p-bars, and rings
while Michigan took four, but
Illinois piled up more seconds and
thirds.
Next Saturday the Wolverine
gymnasts journey to Wisconsin
for another dual meet.

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Hawkeyes, Illini on Top

IOWA
FLOOR EXERCISE: I. Drish (I), 2.
Gailis and Hery (I) tie, 3. Hender-
son (M), 4. Frecska and Filij (M).
TRAMPOLINE: 1. Erwin (M), 2.
Sanders (M), 3. Hery (I), 4. Drish
(1), 5. Hamilton (M).
SIDE HORSE: 1. Gailis (I), 2.
Levy (M), 3. Ddowzbowicz (1), 4.
Duke (M), 5, Drish (I).
HIGH BAR: 1. Gallis (1), 2. Levy
,(M), 3. Swanson (I), 4. Keeley (I), 5.
Duke (M).
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Gailis (I), 2.
Frecska (M), 3. Duke (M), 4. Drow-
zbowicz (1), 5. Pearl (I).
STILL RINGS: 1. Gallis (I), 2.
Pearl (I), 3. Duke and Frecska (M),
5. Sebben (1).
TUMBLING: 1. Henderson (M), 2.
Bolton (M), 3. Sayre (I), 4. Brod
(M), 5 Spaulding (I).

ILLINOIS
FLOOR EXERCISE: 1. Weintraub
(1), 2. Polaski (I), 3. Henderson
(M), 4. Filip and Frecska (M).
TRAMPOLINE: 1. Erwin (M), 2.
Sanders (M), 3. Ifland (I), 4. Tenny-
son (1), 5. Polaski (I).
SIDE HORSE: 1. Levy (M), 2. Elia-
son (I), 3. Ensalake (1), 4. Simon-
latser (I), 5. Duke (M).
HIGH BAR: 1. Cashman (M), 2.
Simonlatser (1), 3. Ballou (1), 4.
Ensalako (I), 5. Duke (M).
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Palmer (I),
2. Grossi (1), 3. Frecska (M), 4.
Duke (M), 5. Ballou (I).
STILL RINGS: 1. Wagner (I), 2.
Frecska and Duke (M), 4. Sanchez
(I), 5. Ensalako (I).
TUMBLING: 1. Henderson (M), 2.
Bolton (M), 3. Brod (M), 4. Polaski
(I), 5. Ifland (I).

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