THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'M' Gymnasts Host Big Ten Meet
By GARY GUSSIN
Having finished the 1960-61 sea-
son with a 7-0 record, Michigan's
gymnastics team will attempt to
break Illinois' 11-year strangle-
hold on the Big Ten crown start-
ing this afternoon in the I-M
BOn the basis of early season
victories over both Illinois and
Michigan State, Coach Newt Lok-
Tickets for all sessions of the
Big Ten gymnastics meet will
be on sale at the door for $1.00
to student and faculty card-
holders, and for $1.50 to non-
card-holders. Sessions begin at
2 and 8 p.m. today and at 2
p.m. tomorrow in the I-M
en's crew must be rated at least
as co-favorites with Illinois for
the Conference title.,
Illinois has lost this year to
both Southern Illinois and Michi-
gan, but the Illini have been
known to lose dual meets before
and then go 'on to win the Big
Men To Watch Today:
ALL-EVENTS: RAY HADLEY
(ILL) and RICH MONTPETIT
(MICH); also John Salter and
Hank Klausman (Ill), Jim Wood-
ward (Ind), and Gil Larose
FREE EXERCISE: HADLEY
and JOHN DANIELS (MSU); al-
so Woodward and Larose.
REBOUND TUMBLING: TOI
OSTERLAND (MICH) and DON
CARNEY (IOWA); also Steve
Johnson and Chuck Thompson
SIDE HORSE: BILL LAWLER
(ILL) and MONTPETIT; also
watch Wayne Bergstrom (MSU),
Mike Aufrecht (Ill), and Hadley.
PARALLEL BARS: LARRY
BASSETT (MSU); also Montpet-
it, Hadley, and Ron Howerth (Ill).
HIGH BARS: JIM HYNDS
(MICH) and HADLEY; also Mont-
petit and Salter.
STILL RINGS: MONTPETIT
a n d B O B SCHWARZKOPF
(MINN); also Larose, Tom Lan-
caster (Ind), and Hadley.
TUMBLING: HAL HOLMES
(ILL); also Daniels; Johnson,
Thompson, Woodward, Jim Brown
(Mich), and Osterland.
RAY HADLEY (Illinois)
.. defends all-events title
MEET AT LANSING:
Big Ten Matmen Start Today
By TOM WEBBER
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING-It's Michigan
State 50, Michigan 47-or at least
according to the seedings given to
the wrestlers by the Big Ten
Coaches here last night.
This premature score is arrived
at by giving the first seeded wres-
tlers 10 points; the second four
points; the third, two points; and
the fourth, one point.
The only Michigan wrestler to
receive top seeding was Captain
Dennis Fitzgerald at 177-lbs.
Don Corriere, 167-lbs., Jack Bar-
den 191-lbs., Karl Fink, Hwt., Jim
Blaker, 147-lbs., and Fritz Keller-
man, 130-lbs., were seeded sec-
ond by the coaches.
Corriere, who has won all his
matches this year, was outvoted
by Purdue's Elmer Marshall for
the top seeding.
Another surprise seeding was in
the heavyweight devision where
Northwestern's Rory Weber was
seeded ahead of Fink. Fink had
defeated Weber by a 3-1 score in a
dual meet at Ann Arbor earlier
Dominic Fatta of Purdue, a con-
solation finalist in last , year's
meet was seeded ahead of Blaker.
Spartans Seeded First
Seeded first for Michigan State
were George Hobbs, 123-lbs., and
Norman Young, 137- lbs. But all
but two of the other eight Spar-
tans received seedings, to push
the hosts three points ahead in
the projected point total.
Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen be-
moaned the fact that Fitzgerald
was given a bye in the first rounds
that begin today. The bye robbed
the Wolverines of at least one
point, since one point is awarded
for a win and two for a fall in-the
Willard Root, 115-lbs., will have
his hands full in his first match
as he will face top-seeded John
DeAno of Illinois.
The preliminary matches start
The Associated Press named
Ohio State's Jerry Lucas as player
of the year yesterday, and placed
Tom Stith of St. Bonaventure,
Terry Dischinger of Purdue, Roger
Kaiser of Georgia Tech, and Chet
Walker of Bradley on the first
team All-America with Lucas.
Michigan's John Tidwell was
listed as honorable mention along
with Detroit's Dave DeBusschere
and Charley North, and Dave Fahs
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