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~WDA, MRCH 0, 963THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By JIM BERGER
The seasonal outlook for the
Michigan golf team is a question
mark.
Only two of last year's veterans
are currently out for the team.
Seniors Mike Goode and Tom
Ahern, who played regularly last
year, have not reported for the
team as yet. Ahern is expected to
come out after spring vacation.
It is not known when Goode, who
is in dental school, will be out.
Captain Bill Newcomb and jun-
ior Chuck Newton are the only
veterans currently on the team.
Building Year
All indications point for a build-
ing year for Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer. "We're going to need an

Ray Levandoski. Juniors Tom Pen-
dlebury, a forward on Michigan's
hockey team, and Bill Hallock
of Ann Arbor are also prime can-
didates for the team. Senior Jeff
Balfour is also expected to con-
tend for a position.
"It's going to take quite a bit
of time before we know Just what
we've got here," said Katzenmey-
er, "but we've got a great bunch
of guys."
Spring Jaunt
Michigan will be leaving for its
annual spring vacation trip to
Pinehurst, N.C., where the Wolver-
ines will have a solid week of
golf. They will play matches with
the University of North Carolina
and Duke.
The Michigan linksters have a
busy spring schedule after the
trip. A meet at Columbus against
Ohio State, Purdue, Indiana, Ken-
tucky, Notre Dame, and Ohio Uni-
versity on April 21 begins the sea-
son. On April 28, Michigan moves
to Champaign, the site of the 1962
Big Ten Championship for its sec-
ond meet.
Two home meets and a dual
meet in Detroit complete the reg-
ular schedule. The Big Ten Meet
at Champaign is set for May 18-,
19.

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Freshman Golfers
All candidates for the Michi-
gan freshman golf team should
report to the basement of the,
Athletic Administration Bldg.,..
State and Hoover Streets, at,
4:30 p.m. on Monday, April 2.

awful lot of work," said Katzen-
meyer who will have to rely again
on an inexperienced team.
Last year's team fell to seventh,
place in the conference meet at
Bloomington. Prior to the' meet
Michigan had completed an un-
defeated Big Tfen dual meet rec-
ord and were rated as contend-
ers for the conference champion-
ship.
The team has already practiced
for three weeks indoors and it
started its outdoor workouts last
Monday.
Battling It Out
I . Chief candidates to fill in the
remaining. spots are sophomores
Gary Mouw, Dave Cameron and
AAU A a in
Under Fire
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (R)-The
nation's collegiate gymnastics.
coaches gathered more ammuni-
tion yesterday for their war
against the AmAteur Athletic Un-
ion.
Meeting prior to the 20th NCAA
Gymnastics Chanipionships sched-
uled today and tomorrow, the Na-,
tional Association of Gymnastics
Coaches heard and discussed re-
ports of the rules and jurisdiction-
al fight with the AAU.
Most of the gymnastics coaches
have expressed their dissatisfac-
tion. with the AAU over what some
of the coaches called the AAU's
complete uncompromising attitude.
The AAU's {denial of the high
school vote was one of the main
complaints.
The Gymnastics Federation still
in its formative stages, will give
committee reports on results of the
recent NCAA-AAU joint meetings
in which the war was postponed
until summer.
Plans for a three-level gymnas-
tics federation program - high
school, college, and open - will be
presented to the NCAA, said Pres-,
ident Gene Wettstone.

PUTTING PRACTICE-Bill Newcomb (left) and Tom Pendle-
bury (right) practice their putting during the team's spring indoor
practice. The team is now outside and preparing for its annual
spring trip. The team leaves before vacation for Pinehurst, N.C.

THREE FOR THREE TRADE:
N inowski, Plum Swap Roles

DETROIT (W')-- The Detroit
Lions moved to bolster their weak
offense by acquiring quarterback
Milt Plum, the National Football
League's top passer the last two
years, in a three-for-three trade
yesterday with the Cleveland
Browns.
The Lions sent quarterback Jim
Ninowski, back Hopalong Cassady
and defensive end Bill Glass to the
Browns for Plum, hard-running
Tom Watkins and linebacker Dave
Lloyd.
Temper, Temper
Ninowski, however, said he was
very unhappy over being traded
and "I have no intention of going
to Cleveland. I'll quit football if I
have to."
"The strong-armed quarterback
said he was a wholesale sales
representative and had other busi-
ness interests in Michigan.
"I'm pretty disgusted over the.
whole deal," he said.
George Wilson, Lion coach, said
Ninowski's statement would have
no effect on the trade. He said,
"It's a deal. As far as we're con-
cerned, he's the property of Cleve-
land."
Brown Coach Paul B r o w n
couldn't be reached for comment
on Ninowski's comment. He said
earlier Ninowski would be used on
the option.
Ninowski said he was supposed
to talk to Brown, "But right now
I don't know whether I will or
not."
Wilson said of the trade, "We're
getting what we've needed most-
offensive help. But I think it's a
good deal for both teams.

"The Browns have needed a de-
fensive end and Glass will help
them there."
'Good Field, No Hit'
The Lions had what many con-
sidered thebest defensive unit in
the NFL last years. But their sag-
ging offense killed them in several
games-and they finished second
in the Western Division to the.
champion Green Bay Packers.
"With Ninowski running the op-
tion beside Jim Brown and Ernie
Davis," said Coach Paul Brown in
Cleveland, "we hope to have a

much tougher offense to defend
against."
Brown said Ninowski, who start-
ed his pro career at Cleveland,
would be his No. 1 quarterback.
Plum, who played at Penn State,
had been critical towards Brown,
who calls every offensive play for
the Browns.
The 27-year-old Plum had 177
completions in 302 attempts last
season as the Browns finished
third in the Eastern Division. He
threw 18 touchdown passes. Plum's
overall statistics left him ranked
No. 1 among NFL quarterbacks.

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