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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY.

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Loken's Gymnasts Somersault to Ohio Stat
By MIKE BLOCK I

Michigan's gymnastics team in-
vades Ohio State Saturday, and
Coach Newt Loken promises to
have a few surprises in store for
the Buckeyes.
For one, the Wolverines will
very likely be double-somersault-
ing all over the place. "The boys
will be coming off the rings, the
high bar, the parallel bars, and
almost anything else you care to
name, in double somersaults," Lo-
ken revealed at practice. "It shows
that they're strong enough on
their routines to have a little
something extra coming off the
apparatus."
Double Trouble
Speaking of doubles, Loken also
said that tumblers Phil Bolton
and Mike Henderson have added
double backflips to their routines.
So far this season, Ohio State
hasn't compiled a remarkable rec-
ord, being defeated by Wisconsin
and Michigan State in the Big
Ten. Conversely, Michigan sports
a 2-0 conference mark, winning
over Iowa and Indiana.
In their encounter last year, the
Wolverines won easily, 6812-421.2
Tough on Tramp
Although the Buckeye team as

a whole isn't outstanding, there
are several bright spots Pore-

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most among these is Dave Jarrett,
an excellent Trampolinist who
consistently scores in the 90's. Lo-
ken termed him a "real competi-
tor" and predicted that he'll give
the Wolverine Tramp trio, Gary
Erwin, Fred Sanders, and John
Hamilton, a vigorous workout.
Another veteran Buckeye is John
Veon, a tumbler, who will see if
he can counter that double back-
flip.
One man who won't be around
for Ohio State this year is last
year's captain Stu Greenberg.
Greenberg was the largest thorn
in the Wolverines' side, as he scor-
ed in three events for the Bucks.
... Of All Trades
If nothing else, Saturday's meet
should be a battle of top-notch all-
around performers, according to
Loken. Ohio State's Tom Leibrock
and Bob Webster are good, versa-
tile performers, and Loken con-
siders his own quartet of Gil La-
rose, Arno Lascari, Jim Hynds,
and Alex Frecska among the best.
The team's showing at the Flint
Open tournament on Jan. 26 bears
him out on this, as Larose, Las-
cari, and Hynds finished first,

third, and fourth, respectively in
the all-around. And none other
than former Michigan captain
Rich Montpetit was second.
Loken singled out senior Hynds
as one of his most dependable men.
"Jim is always in full control of
his entire body," he said. "He
knows what to do and when to
do it in order to get maximum
performance in the time allotted
for each event. And he's always
trying to improve."
Wings, Hawks
Tie; Rangers
Beat Montreal
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Lowell MacDonald's
first National Hockey League goal
pulled the Detroit Red Wings in-
to a 3-3 tie with the first-place
Chicago Black Hawks last night.
The tying marker came with a
minute and 9 seconds left in the
final period. MacDonald got a
loose puck near the corner of the
Chicago net and scooped it past
Chicago goalie Glenn Hall.
Midway in the frame, Kenny
Wharram had given the Hawks
a 3-2 lead with his second goal of
the night.
* ,, *
NEW YORK - Don McKenny,
playing his first game for New
York after being obtained from
Boston, broke a 3-3 tie midway
of the second period and assisted
on the fifth goal as the Rangers
whipped the Montreal Canadiens
6-3 in a wild National Hockey
League game last night.
Trailing 3-1, the Rangers staged
a tremendous comeback in the
second period, scoring three goals
for a 4-3 lead.
Goalie Gump Worsley of New
York, hurt in a goalmouth colli-
sion on the Canadiens' disputed
third goal in the first period, took
seven stitches to close a scalp cut
and came back to hold Montreal
scoreless the rest of the way.
Boom Boom Geoffrion and Billy
Hicke scored in a 20-second span
and the Canadians went in front
2-1. Claude Provost converted a
rebound to make it 3-1 as Ranger
defenseman Jim Neilson and Hen-
ri Richard of Montreal crashed
into Worsley.
NBA Scores
Syracuse 129, Boston 109
San Francisco 117, Detroit 116

NEWT LOKEN
. . . gym coach

JIM HYNDS
.on still rings

Wismer's NY- Titans
File Bankruptcy Suit

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NEW YORK P)-The debt-
ridden Ney York Titans filed a
bankruptcy suit Wednesday in
Federal District Court but asked
permission to continue operations
in the American Football League.
There was no immediate reac-
tion from the league, itself in-
volved in a $10.3 million suit
against the National Football
League, charging monopolistic
practices.
Harry Wismer, president and
principal stockholder of the Ti-
tans, listed the team's assets at
$271,999 and liabilities at $1,341,-
000.
However, he said the team had
entered into profitable radio and
television contracts which would
result in substantial revenues if it
were permitted to remain in oper-
ation.
Wismer, a leading sports an-
nouncer for radio and television
before he entered into the pur-
chase of the club in the new pro-
fessional league in 1959, has con-
tended that he lost close to $1.34
million during his three years of
the club's existence.
He announced in November that
he was putting' the club up for
sale. However, he failed to find a
buyer.
At one stage, it was reported
that the team might be sold to a

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Barron of Newton, Mass., but Bar-
ron announced he was withdraw-
ing from negotiations.
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Michigan track coach Don Can-
ham has been named vice-presl-
dent of the National Track and
Field Association, a U.S. Track
and Field Federation affiliate in
control of clubs and independent
athletes.
Phil Diamond, head timer at
Michigan meets for over 40 years,
was named secretary of the As=
sociation.
Canham is also a member of
the 16-man governing council of
the USTFF, which has been try-
ing to wrest absolute control of
the sport away from the long-
established AAU.
Both he and Diamond are execu-
tive officers of the National Col-
legiate Track Coaches' Association.

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It'looks like there's no stopping.
Illinois in its march'to the 1963
Big Ten basketball championship.
The Illini, who are ranked fourth
in the nation, proceeded down the
path toward its eleventh confer-
ence crown and first title since
1952 with its fifth consecutive vic-
tory, without a defeat last Mon-

day. The win was a resounding
104-101 battle against Indiana's
Hoosiers.
The Illinois victory was. spiced
by three scoring splurges: Tal
Brody with 22, Bob Starnes with
21 and Dave Downey with an even
20. In addition, the other two
starters were in double figures as
Bill Small and Bill Burwell netted
14 and 11 respectively.
Widen Lead
Monday's victory Jacked the un-
defeated Illini a full game and
a half ahead of Minnesota and
Ohio State who were both idle
Monday and share a four wins and
two losses record. Indiana finds.
itself dropped from second to
fourth place following the disas-
trous loss at Champaign-and also
one which occurred despite 35 and
31 point outbursts by sharpshoot-
ers Tom Bolyard and Jimmy Rayl
respectively.
Coach Dave 'Strack's up-and-
down Wolverines are nestled in
a fifth place tie with Iowa with
a 3-3 conference mark. Michigan
is trailed in the standings by the
victors' victims, Michigan State,
and their conquerers Wisconsin.

Northwestern and Purdue trail the
rest of the pack.
The leaders in the standings.
Harry Combes' Illini, are on top of
the Big Ten in total offense with
a mighty 92.6 point average, while
the Minnesota Gophers are on
top of the defensive race having
allowed only 66.8 points per game.
Michigan, led by Bill Buntin, the
leading rebounder in the con-
ference, boasts the most rebounds
with 272, a 45.3 average per game.
In the individual divisions of the
Big Ten statistics, well-balanced
Illinois claims three of the top
14 scorers, with Dave Downey,
Bill Small and Tal Brody averag-
ing 20, 18 and 15 respectively.
Gary Bradds of Ohio State us-
urped the top spot in the scoring
race last weekend with a 38-
point outburst against lowly Pur-
due Saturday. Bradds' average
soared to 32.0 points per game
which puts him less than three
points ahead of sharpshooting
little guard for Indiana, Jimmy
Rayl.
Terry Kunze of Minnesota, who
spiced his record with a 14 for 15
performance against Michigan
three weeks ago tops the Big Ten
with a .619 shooting percentage.
Dave Downey of Illinois is the
free throw percentage king with
a respectable .929 percentage.

JIMMIE RAYL
... Indiana star

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