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SAO PAULO, Brazil (IP)-Robert
Lee Beck, a Harvard graduate
student from San Diego, Calif., led
a 1-2-3 U.S. sweep in the tough
and the United States sent its gold
medal total rocketing to 89 with
other victories in gymnastics, syn-
chronized swimming and fencing.
The U.S. men's basketball team
scored its fifth straight victory
by crushing Mexico, 96-54, and
prepared for a title showdown to-
night against Brazil, also 5-0.
The Yanks racked up seven gold
medals in gymnastics and one each
in synchronized swimming and
Win 89 Golds
At the end of yesterday's pro-
gram, Uncle Sam had a whopping
total of 89 gold medals, 46 silver
and 31 bronze. Closest to the U.S.
team was Brazil, with seven golds.
U.S. male gymnasts won three
of the first four championships
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decided, with Canada's Fred Well-
er collecting the other two.
Richard Monpetit, 1961 Michi-
gan gymnastics captain, garnered
points for Canada in four events,
finishing third in the side horse,
fourth. in the parallel bars and
horizontal bar, and fifth in the
Tonry Wins P-Bars
Don Tonry, 27-year-old Olympic
veteran from New York, won the
parallel bars with 19.37 points;
Jamile Ashmore, 29, of New Haven,
Conn., took the rings for the sec-
ond straight time with 19.60 points,
Garland O'Quinn, 27, of Carbon-
dale, Ill., annexed the side horse
with 19.25 points.
The floor exercises went to
Weiler, who previously had taken
the all-around men's crown. He
scored 19.52 points. Tonry won
the bronze medal for third with
Ashmore and Abe Grossfeld of
New London, Conn., were fourth
and fifth, respectively.
Grossfeld won the silver medal
in the rings. Fred Orlofsky of
Carbondale, Ill., was fourth. Jay
Werner of Highland Falls, N.Y.,
was fourth and Tonry fifth in the
side horse. O'Quinn won the
bronze medal in the parallel bars.
Roberta Arfmstrong, a 17-year-
old water ballerina from Paso
Robles, Calif., beat out teammate
Barbara Burke of Los Angeles for
the individual synchronized swim-
The epee team won that event
with a clean record of four vic-
tories by James Margolis, Gilbert
Eisner and James Melcher, all of
New York; Lawrence Anastasi of
Drexel Hill, Pa., and Frank Anger
of Dayton, Ohio.
The only two U.S. boxers to see
action - bantamweight Art Jones
of Augusta, Ga., and welterweight'
Wade Smith of Muncie, Ind., were
beaten in the semifinals. This left.
only two Yanks in the finals -_
light heavyweight Fred Lewis of
Vallejo, Calif., and heavyweight
Lee Carr of New York.
Beck, a 6'2", 170-pound Boston-
ian, scored 4,934.52 points in the
five-sport military test compris-
ed of riding, fencing, shooting,
swimming and running.
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GOING UP--It has been nearly 40 years since construction was completed on Michigan's present bas-
ketball and track arena, Yost Field House. The Plant Expansion Committee of the Board in Control
of Inter-Collegiate Athletics has been studying plans for a new basketball arena as the first step in
revamping Michigan's athletic plant. The Daily tomorrow starts a series on athletic plant needs and
ways to meet those needs.
DETROIT M)-Moving to cover
the loss of suspended Alex Kar-
ras, the Lions yesterday traded
fullback Ken Webb to the Cleve-
land Browns in exchange for de-
fensive tackle Floyd Peters.
Peters is expected to share Kar-
ras' tackle spot with Mike Bundra,
a Lion rookie last season.
Peters, 6-4, 255 pounds, has been
a regular tackle for the Browns
for the last. two years. He was an
eighth draft choice of the Balti-
more Colts in 1958, but was drop-
ped then signed as a free agent
by the Browns in 1959.
Webb, a six-year Lion veteran,
had his best year in 1962 filling
in for injured fullback Nick Piet-
rosante. He carried the ball 70
times for 267 yards.
. . .
ST. LOUIS (R) - Stan Musial
of the St. Louis Cardinals tied
Babe Ruth's major league record
of 1,356 extra base hits in a career
with a three-run double in the
seventh inning of last night's
game with the Chicago Cubs. He
now has 717 doubles, 175 triples
and 464 home runs.
The double gave the Cardinals
a 4-0 lead over the Cubs. Pitcher
Ray Washburn gave up one hit
through seven innings.
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AU MASQUE-A thrust goes awry as members of the Fencing
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club is currently seeking new members,
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To a small percentage of people-
on campus, the clicking, clanging,
and clanging of sabers, epees, and
foils have much more appeal than,
say, canoeing or golfing or music
or . . . anything (well, almost
This group is the Michigan
Fencing Club which meets every
Thursday on the second floor of
the Women's Athletic Building
The Fencing Club is sponsored
by Patricia Daugert and is under
the directorship of Marie Hartwig,
the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion's adviser to the club. Al-
though the club is run by the
WAA, men are urged to join. In
fact, about half the members of
the club are males.
Free for Women
Mary Brosius, student manager
of the club, points to the fact that
all University women can get the
equipment free because they are
members of the WAA. Men; how-
ever, are asked to pay a rental
fee of 25-cents to defray costs of
Besides the fact that it is ex-
cellent recreation, Miss Brosius
finds another enjoyment from the
sport. "Whenever things are go-
ing bad, or during exams when
I'm all tense, I come down here
"It allows me to work out all my
frustrations. I can come down
here and hack away without hurt-
ing anyone. It's really great."
All Have Fun
About half the club is beginners
and the other half are much more
experienced, but all have fun.
Novices are coached by Mrs. Pat
Jennings and any other members
of the Ann Arbor Fencing Club
that happen to drop in during the
The club is still in the forma-
tive stages. Present total member-
ship is just under 100. The aver-
age at the weeklymeeting is
around 20 fencers. The club has
equipment to handle many more
than presently come to the meet-
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more information can contact Miss
Brosius at Mary Markley, exten-
sion 1240, and she'll be more than
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