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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hyman Still SPRING TRIP:
In Critical Golfers
ConditionBy GARY WINER
With one of the smallest teams
in recent years, Coach Bert Kat-
Special To The Daily zenmeyer has given his inexperi-
ALBUQUERQUE-The condition enced sophomores a heavy load to
of gymnast Lew Hyman, who was carry this golf season.
injured Saturday in the finals of Usually numbering 10 or 12 men
the NCAA Championships, remains the golf team has dwindled to
critical. only eight this year.
Attending neurosurgeon, Dr. M. The sophomores, Dave Camer-
Tillerhoff, when contacted last on, Ray Levandowski, and Gary
night, reported that "Hyman's Mouw, played -together on lasi
condition has not essentially year's freshman team. "These
changed." Hyman has been uncon- three are potentially equal to any
scious since he underwent, four sophomores we have had in the
hours of brain surgery to alleviate past," Katzenmeyer said. "The3
hemorrhaging that resulted when made quite a favorable impressior
he missed the Trampoline on his on Al Renfrew, the freshman golf
final trick of the evening, coach."
Hyman is resting comfortablyOther Members
under mild sedation. The medical Composing the remainder of the
staff at Presbyterian Hospital in squad are Captain Bill Newcomb,
Albuquerque will not be sure of Chuck Newton, Jeff Belfore, Tom
Hymar's condition for, perhaps, Pendlebury, and Bill Hallock.
another week, owing to a reluct- "We like to have experience or
ante to disturbhim. our teams, but sometimes it jusi
Hynan's parents, who have been doesn't work out that way," Kat-
sie nzenmeyer stated in referring to
with the injured sophomore since five experienced golfers who were
Sunday, plan to remain in Albu- unable to compete this year. "They
querque indefinitely. Gymnastics (the sophomores) have some gol:
coach Newt Loken is also stying in them. Whether or not we will
with Hyman. be able to get it out of them wil
Medical concensus agrees that be revealed in time," he added.
Hyman's chances of recovery are The sophomores have been
improving with every day he working hard, right along with the
spends free of complications. veterans. "This team has .really
There was no damage to Hyman's worked," Katzenmeyer remarked
back or neck when he fell. proudly. "We have been helped
Hyman's parents have spoken with good weather, so the squac
to him, but they have received no is in better condition than would
positive sign that they were heard. normally be expected at this time
Jockey Arcaro Retires;
Ends 30-Year,.Career

Travel to P
of year. Of course they still have
a long way to go before they are
really in shape, but there are
enough fellows here who are will-
ing to practice hard and pay the
price to give Michigan a good
team.,,
Althoughreluctant to make any
definite commitments at this time,

Paret Dies; Autopsy Shows
inehurst No Previous BrainInuries
NEW YORK ()-Benny (Kid)
Katzenmeyer listed in random or- Paret, who was proud of his ability was worldwide criticism, too, of
der the six men whom he felt to take a punch and fire back, the Paret-Griffith fight and cries
would probably comprise the start- died yesterday, 10 days after he for the abolishment of the sport.
ing team-Newcomb, Mouw, Pen- was battered sensless in losing the The autopsy today, however,
dlebury, Cameron, Belfore, and World Welterweight boxing crown showed no evidence of an old
Newton. to Emile Griffith. brain injury.
Newtn. o Emle rifft .Dr. Milton Helpern, the city's
Except for Levandowski, the The stocky, 25-year-old Cuban, Ir Mil eper, te oiteds
" { chief medical examiner, reported
team will be leaving tomorrow for star of one bruising battle after the findings after a four-hour
its spring practice week at Pine- another since he started his U. S. autospy.
burst Country Club at Pinehurst, campaign four years ago, never I Complications
N.C. The week will be quite rigor- regained consciousness after beingm c
ous for the players as they will pounded against the ropes in the Death was caused by complica-
be playing 36 holes a day for five 12th round at Madison Square tions of brain injuries sustained
days and then taper off to only Garden on March 24. as a result of the boxing bout. The
18 or 27 holes the remainder of E autopsy did not reveal any gross
the week. The team also has Few Easy Fights evidence of old brain injury."
scheduled a match against the The Kid from the sugar can Death came to the Kid at 1:55
University of North Carolina and fields of Cuba had few easy fights a.m. at Roosevelt Hospital. His;
is still trying to arrange a match in the United States. He fought death was foreshadowed , when
against a team from the Hdpe some of the best in his own wel- pneumonia developed Monday,
Valley Country Club. All seven terweight division (147-lbs.) and complicating the severe brain
members will play in these match- in the middleweight class (160- damage.
es. lbs.). He couldn't punch too hard Some ringside spectators and
Down to 75 (9 knockouts in 49 fights) but he viewers of the nationally televised
Katzenmeyer hopes as soon as could absorb a wallop and wear bout counted from 20 to 26 blows
possible to get each man averag- down most opponents with his the enraged Griffith had hammer-
ing 75 or less strokes per round. stamina and relentless attack. ed to the head of his stricken
After compiling a record of 9-1 A two-time welterweight chain- rival before referee Ruby Gold-
last year in dual matches, the golf pion, he became the first defender stein halted the slaughter at 2:09.
team faltered in the Big Ten of a title ever to suffer fatal in- Doctors had given Paret only
Championships and wound up juries in the ring. He was the the slimmest chance of ever re-
seventh. third fighter to die of boxing in- covering from the injuries.
Open Schedule juries this year and about the
Michigan will open its schedule 450th since 1900, according to ring
immediately after spring recess historian Nat Fleischer. Exhibition Baseball
with a match at Columbus April Fought Too Soong,'St. Louis 7; Detroit 6I
21. The Wolverines will play alongI o Pittsburgh 4, New York (A) 1
with Ohio State, Purdue, Indiana, There was criticism that he bad Minnesota 5, Cincinnati 0
aMilwakee 8, Chicago (N) 6

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Notre Dame, Kentucky, and Ohio fought too soon a
University. The squad will not severe beating in
have an opportunity this year to knockout loss to
meet Duke which handed the Wol- weight Champion
verines their only loss last season. at Las Vegas last

after taking a'
n a 10-round
NBA Middle-
Gene Fullmer
Dec. 9. There

.raia nrauncc o~, L1lQ I
Washington 6, Baltimore 4
Philadelphia 2, Kansas City I
San Francisco 8, Cleveland 3
Los Angeles (N) 2, Boston I
Los Angeles (A) 10, Houston 9
New York (N) 5, Chicago (A) 4

BILL NEWCOMB
.. starts season.

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NEW YORK 1P) Jockey Eddie.
Arcaro retired yesterday after a
brilliant racing career of 30 years
during which he became the great-
est money rider of all time.
Arcaro, 46, bowed out at an in-
formal dinner party in a mid-
town eatery where he has mingled
with stars of baseball, football,
golf and other sports for many
years.
The King of Jockeys, he was
called, and he rode many of the
great horses of the last quarter
century. He won a record 549
stakes on tracks in every part of
the land. He has ridden 4,779
winners with total purses of $30,-
039,543, another record. His total
victory list is exceeded only by
Johnny Longden, with more than
5,500.
The dapper little Italian-Ameri-
can from Cincinnati hasn't ridden
in this country since last Nov. 13
at Aqueduct. The day after
Thanksgiving he and his wife,
'U.S. Skaters
Give Twist To
Sho w, Russia
KIEV, Soviet Union (A')-The
newspaper, Pravda of the U-
kraine, praised the two United
States figure skaters yesterday who
brought the twist to the Soviet
Union.
The praise went to Pieter Kol-
len of Ann Arbor and Dorothyann
Nelson of Chicago, who have just
completed a three-day exhibition
here. Also in the party are Judi-
anne and Jerry Fotheringill of
Tacoma, Wash., and Vicky Fisher
of Minneapolis.
Miss Nelson and Kollen first
combined in a twist number in
Moscow last week. The spectators
at the ice-show there loved it. The
two visitors made it a part of
their routine here and Pravda,
although it did not mention the
number specifically, said that the
12,000-seat arena here was filled
everyday to see them.'
Soviet officials have made no
complaint about the twist al-
though official propaganda organs
have labelled the current dance
craze a decadent expression of the
West.

Ruth, left on a 3-month vacation
to the O.rient and South Pacific.
He rode in an exhibition in Toyko,
and made several appearances in
international races in Sydney,
Melbourne and other Australian
cities. He played a lot of golf,
intended to stay one day in Ta-
hiti and remained three weeks.
"I found the skin diving fine,
and became a beachcomber."
It was his longest absence from
racing, excepting for a couple of
long suspensions for rough riding.
He was barred a year from Sept.
28, 1942 to Sept. 19, 1943 after he
admitted trying to pitch jockey
Vincent Nodarse into the Aqueduct
infield during the Cowdin Stakes.
He has had several bad spills.
He went down with Gun Fire at
Chicago in 1933, and was out four
months with a skull fracture and
punctured lung. He had another
close call June 13, 1959 at Bel-
mont Park when Black Hills broke
a leg during the Belmont Stakes
and 'threw Eddie. He was out for
a month with a concussion and
bruises.
Arcaro worked around horses for
212 years and finally got to ride,
winning his first race with Eagle
Bird Jan. 14, 1932 at Agua Calien-
te, Mexico.

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