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Sophomore Al Ammerman man-
aged only a five-way tie for fourth
in the high jump at 6'31,". West-
ern Michigan's Jim Oliphant led
an unusually strong field, clear-
ing 6'71/2" to win. Teammate Al
Littlejohn tied Miami's Jim Vest.
for second at 6'5%"2.
Doug Niles, Michigan's only
broad jumper this year, finished
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fifth in his event as ex-Spas
Sonny Akpata was the only I
to hit 23'.
In the open flat races, sol
more Jim Neahusan finished
ond in the 1,000-yd. run, E
Chris Murray took a fifth in
two-mile and John Davis and'
Malone tied for third in the no
300-yd. dash.
ies To Meei

A AU Heads in PeaceI

Judging from Saturday's Mich-
igan AAU Relays, the feuding
NCAA and AAU still have the
gloves on but might decide to call
off the fight before relations be-
come strained any further.
This Sunday in Chicago Mich-
igan Coach Don Canham and
other members of the National
Collegiate Track Coaches Associa-
tion will meet-with representatives
of the AAU in a last ditch effort

to avert an all-out war for
mate control of the sport.
The AAU sanctioned Satur
meet despite the fact that
ham is one of the leading b
ers of the new U.S. Track
Field Federation,. whichbv
relegate the AAU to a subord
role along with the colleges,
high schools and armed fore
Canham, however, ran the
under NCAA rules instead of

-Daily-James E
THE LITTLE GIANT--Michigan's Gil Larose shows his ability
the still rings. The Montreal junior is the Wolverines' top
round star and together with Jim Hynds and Arno Lascari fo
the nucleus of the squad ,that will seek to defend the BigI
title against perennial powerhouse Illinois.

Ohio State to Face Gymnasts

tral Michigan University here, and
Iowa and Minnesota at East Lans-
ing and Minneapolis.
Buckeyes Are Weak
Coach Newt Loken does not ex-
pect much difficulty from the
Buckeyes. Last year the Wolver-
ines beat Ohio State 79-32 in a
lopsided meet. Loken was quick to
remark that "Ohio State has some
of the best tumblers and rebound
tumblers in the Big Ten."
The Buckeyes will use three top
tumblers tomorrow to vie with the
Michigan trio of Tom Osterland,
Lew Hyman, and Phil Bolton.
Steve Greenberg should pose the
greatest threat to the Wolverines.,
Besides working the tumbling
event, -he also competes in free
exercise and rebound tumbling.
Tumbling Will Be Close
Steve Smith and Dave Jarrett
are two others who work on tram-
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poline in addition to their ti
b ing. Loken expects these boys
challenge our tumblers in w,
will probably be the most exci
contest of the afternoon."
The excitement will not be
clusively centered around the ti
bling and trampoline eve
Michigan's three great all-aro
men, Gil Larose, Jim Hynds,
Arno Lascari will contend w
each other on the still rings, I
allel bars, and high bar.
Bob Harris, Paul Levy, and :
Fenner on sidehorse will be ad
tional attractions. All three 1
scored high so far this year, w
the veteran senior, Fenner, usi
ly coming out on top.
It will also be interesting to
how the Wolverines will fare
free exercise, an event that
been often troublesome. Free
ercise is an Olympic all-aro
requirement. Consequently, n
all-around men compete in :
exercise, but very few specia
in it.



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