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TUESDA'Y', 2 FEBRUARY 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, 2 FEBRUARY 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 8EVE1~'

Tregoning Returns as Wolverines Prepare for Iowa

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By SCOTT BLECH
The Big Ten-leading Wolverines
have a break in the schedule until
the red-hot second-place Iowa
Hawkeyes invade Yost Field House
next Monday night.
"The schedule break could help
us with (Larry) Tregoning being
injured, but it could slow down
our momentum," Coach Dave
Strack observed yesterday.
Tregoning has a bruise or
muscle tear in his ankle, suffered
when he fell going for a rebound
in the second half of Saturday's
98-81 win over Purdue. The Wol-
verine captain said yesterday that
his ankle felt much better and
Strack reported that "he'll prob-
ably begin practicing again Wed-
nesday."
Rests Ankle
The Wolverine mentor said that
the rest will aid Tregoning and
he hopes it will not slow down the

Wolverines who begin today to
practice for the Iowa contest. As-
sistant Coach Jim Skala scouted
the Hawkeyes in their 87-82 upset
win over top-ranked UCLA Fri-
day.
Iowa will host Northwestern
Saturday before it comes to Ann
Arbor. Third-place Minnesota
faces Northwestern tonight and
Michigan State Saturday. Illinois,
which is tied with Minnesota in
the conference standings, hosts
Purdue Saturday.
The Boilermakers were victim-
ized by the accurate Wolverinel
shooters Saturday as Michigan hit{
50 per cent (41 of 82) from the
field despite failing to score a
field goal in the first four min-
utes of the game.
"I was once again pleased with
the balanced scoring," Strack
commented. "Jim Myers' perform-
ance was especially encouraging."
Myers hit good on four of six

shots and proved especially valu-
able when Tregoning was injured.
Strack seemed very pleased that
he could go to the bench and find
able substitutes.
One of the highlights of the
contest was Purdue's Dave Schell-
hase being held to eight points.
The Boilermaker leading scorer
was once again troubled by the
Wolverine defense. He reached his
career low by making only two of
14 shots from the floor. In the
Big Ten Standings
Conference All Games

103-84 loss to Michigan on Jan. Bill Buntin led the Michigan
23, Schellhase scored 15 points attack with 25, Tregoning had 13
while hitting four of 14 field goal points and 16 rebounds, and
attempts. Cazzie Russell netted 18 points.
"Tregoning guarded Scheilhaise Russell made eight-of-17, shoot-
for a while and then Pomey cov- ing 12 fewer shots than in the
ered him," Strack explained. "We first Purdue game when he also
also employed a zone against scored 18.

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Darden again proved a thorn in
Purdue's side, scoring 22 points.
The high-jumping forward began
his recent scoring surge by scor-
ing 27 against the Boilermakers
in the earlier encounter between
the two teams. In between these
two games, Darden scored 19
against Michigan State.

The Wolverines shattered all
Purdue hope for an upset in the
closing minutes of the first half
when they scored 11 straight
points to take a commanding 53-
32 halftime lead. The first half
statistics showed Michigan shoot-
ing at a 55 per cent clip with Rus-
sell making seven-of-12 and Tre-
goning pulling down 12 rebounds.

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Iowa 4
Minnesota 3
Illinois 3
Indiana 3
N'western 2
Ohio State 1
Purdue 1
Wisconsin 1
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JIM MYERS

IN LONDON, CHAMPAIGN:
Travelling Gymnasts Emerge Successful

By JIM LaSOVAGE
Last Saturday was a good day
for Michigan gymnasts-not only
did they win their dual meet with
Illinois at Champaign, but across
the ocean in London a couple of
Michigan trampolinists bounced
the United States to a 1-2-3 finish
in the World Trampoline Cham-
pionships.
Gary Erwin, captain of the
Michigan squad, and Wayne Mil-
ler, a member of the freshman
team, landed the first and third
spots, respectively, then Erwin
combined with Frank Semidt of
Southern Illinois to win the World
Sychronized Trampoline Cham-
pionship. The latter is an event
in which are used two trampolines
with a pair of jumpers going
through a routine in unison.
Pleased with Performances
Gymnastics mentor Newt Loken
said yesterday, "We are exceed-
ingly happy about Erwin winning
the world championship and Mil-
ler coming in third." He added
that plans are being made to give
an exhibition of synchronized
trampolining during halftime of
the Iowa - Michigan basketball
game next Monday.
Back in Champaign, the re-
mainder of the gymnasts had little
difficulty in overpowering the Il-
lini by a score of 75-40. The Wol-
verines gathered in a total of six
first and six second places and
added four thirds and three
fourths while dominating every
event.
Comeback
Loken singled out the perform-
ance of Mike Henderson in the
floor exercise event. "Henderson
came back from his tendonitis ill-
ness real strong with a national
champion routine. The Fullers
(Chip and Phil) did real well
under the tenseness of competi-
tion," he added, "and will do all
right with a little more exper-
ience."
"Chris VandenBroek," Loken
went on, "performed wonderfully
(on the side horse) in his first
full routine in competition, and
Alex Frecska really came through."
However, the coach was dis-
appointed with some of the day's
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missed routines on the side horse,
high bar, parallel bars, still rings,
and in vaulting which caused some
of the low scores in these events.
Question Mark
"Vaulting is a questionable
event for us in regard to getting
high scores," Loken said, because
it is necessary to make many fine
maneuvers in which a slight mis-
take can cause the loss of ooints.
"Gary VanderVoort did a fine
job on the parallel bars," he con-
tinued, "but two men broke in
their routines. The ring team all
missed their routines, and scores
were in the 80s where they should
be in the 90s. The boys did an
average job, but they are capable
of superior work."
Nevertheless, he expects to work
out the kinks during practice and
expressed optimism concerning
future meets.
Overcome Atmosphere
Loken attributed part of the
mistakes to the location of the
meet. "Always when you go away
for a meet the atmosphere is a
little different," he said, and
quickly added, "But I think we
overcame it well enough."
The gymnasts will next see ac-
tion against the Wisconsin squad

at Madison on Friday night and
will meet the Gophers of Min-
nesota on Saturday in Minnea-
polis.
According to Loken, the Wis-
consin meet could be "real close-
it could be decided by three or
four points either way. We're look-
ing forward to it with concern."
The concern is for due cause
since the Big Ten championship
now is to be decided on the basis
of won-lost percentage in dual
meets, and the Badgers currently
sport a 2-1 record in conference
action. Overall Michigan is 3-0
with two of the victories coming
in loop competition, and Iowa, the
Big Ten's only other undefeated
team, is 3-0. Michigan State is
still in the running with a 2-1
mark, but the other squads are
lagging behind. Saturday's foe,
Minnesota, has a 1-2 mark.

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