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;+ THURSDAY, I APRIL 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEV

o.T$$SAY 1$ APRIL$$ 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEl SE V 'E-N.

Gymnasts
By CHUCK VETZNER The
group
Michigan will be represented by seekin
the best of a good lot at the to put
NCAA gymnastic championships taking
this weekend at Southern Illinois.
The Wolverines will be taking Fred
only five of the ten men who ton, lar
qualified in the regionals. placem
"The men who aren't going also be
didn't have quite as good a chance s w e er
to win," explains coach Newt strnge
Loken. "Also they would rather U S.,
stayhere and work on new tricks
for next year than spend all their Ins f
time sharpening up their old rou- ines w
tines." Hender
The fivesome that will be ac- bles twx
companying Loken to Carbondale The
represents a total of three na- former
tional championships, one second, gress
and one third. phenon

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foremost member of the
is Gary Erwin who will be
g his third first place trophy
along side his medals for
the world title.
ISanders and John Hamil-
st year's second and third
winners on the tramp, will
e along to try for another
p. "They comprise the
est trampoline trio in the
Loken adds proudly.
Free Ex
loor exercise, the Wolver-
ill be represented by Mike
rson who won all the mar-,
No years ago.
fifth man is still ring per-
Rich Blanton. "Rich's pro-
has been just short of
menal," L o k e n marvels.
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Blanton is the only one of the five
who is not a senior and the only
one who has not yet won any na-
tional honors. Last year as ai
sophomore, he was injured most
of the season and has just started
to return to his old form.-
Loken feels that all are a def-
inite threat to cop firsts and good
bets to at least make the top six
on Friday night and earn the,
right to compete in the finals on
Saturday.
Team Title
In the new system this year,
the team title will be a two team
affair decided on Saturday. The
finalists are Penn State and
Washington. If either team quali-
fies men among the top six, their
Saturday routines will count for
individual crowns and team points:
Loken, however, feels that both
squads might decide not to enter
their men in the Friday qualify-
ing round so that they will be
fresh for the team match.
Top competition for the Wolver-
ine boys on the trampoline will
come f r o m Southern Illinois'
Frank Schmitz who finished sec-
ond in the world this year and
Southern California's Danny Mill-

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LLOYD GRAFF
man who won the world title last
year. _
Both men will also be threats
in floor exercise.h Fearless
If he competes for indvidual S ayer
honors, Kent State's Mike Jacob-
son will be another top contender.DuagIu&i-c X " sA

STANLEY CUP SEMIS:

Red Wings To Host
Hull-Less Chicago

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By The Associated Press

Loken feels Blanton's main com-
petitors will be from the West!
Coast where "they always have
strong ringmen."
The Michigan team was elim-
inated from the team champion-
ships by Southern Illinois a
month ago.

r l UUIU 1l ± I a U01IU UIlg U UThe Detroit Red Wings square
off against the Chicago Black
Predicting is the riskiest of sports, but one of the most satisfying. Hawks and the Montreal Cana-
There is some godly urge in everybody to snatch at a hunch, call it diens against the Toronto Maple
inspiration, point to the stars, and proclaim, "I can see the future." Leafs tonight in the opening
It's impossible in one column to predict both leagues with any games of the National Hockey
kind of thoroughness, so I'll take up the National League today and League Stanley Cup playoffs with
leave the inferior league for later. two major questions to be answer-
It is an axiom of the National League that no team ever wins ed.
the pennant two straight years. It's kind of a tacit share-the- They are whether Bobby Hull's
injured knees have mended well
wealth arrangement. You win it one year, I'll win it the next, inur himee h egmen e r-l
is the unofficial credo of the league. enough forhim to regain his ear-
lier scoring form for Chicago and
For this reason, I don't give the St. Louis Cardinals any chance whether Toronto's veterans, win-
to win the flag again. They took it on a fluke last year when the ners of the cup for the past three
Phillies crumbled like a stale cookie losing their last ten games. The years, can stage another come-
Phils probably would have lost for years if the season hadn't merci- from-behind performance.
fully ended. The pairings at the end of the

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son but Coach Billy Reay of the
Black Hawks still was uncertain
Wednesday whether Hull would be
able to play.
Hull skated through practice
sessions Tuesday and Wednesday,
but said "I felt I wasn't going too
well."
The Chicago-Detroit series, in-
cidentally, brings together the five
top scorers in the NHL this year
-Chicago's Stan Mikita, No. 1,
and Hull, 4, and Detroit's Norm
Ullman, Gordie Howe and Alex
Delvecchio, 2, 3 and 5.
The Toronto squad ispretty
much the same one that came
from third place to win the Stan-
ley Cup last spring. One notable
addition is Dickie Moore, a for-
mer Canadien.
Montreal has a couple of new-
comers untested in cup play. But
Coach Toe Blake is counting on
defensemen Ted Harris and Niel
Picard to help reverse the result
of last year, when the Leafs beat
Montreal 4-3 then went on to
whip Detroit in the cup final.
During the regular season Chi-
cago held an 8-5-1 record against
Detroit while Montreal topped To-
ronto 7-4-3. The most telling fac-
tor was the Canadiens' ability to
win four times on Toronto ice.

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The Cards have the best infield I've ever seen, but their pitchingI
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The Phillies are again going to be a fascinating team to watchI
with Richie Allen and Dick Stuart in the same infield. Allen made
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Pitching is stingy on paper with Chris Short, the best lefty in the
majors except for Sandy Koufax, Jim Bunning, who should taper off
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Cincinnati has marvelous material, but seemingly lacks thef
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have terrific natural ability but are far from inspirational players.
Jim Maloney has the best fastball in the majors and that in-
cludes Koufax. He should win between 21 and 4 games. The
infield is below par with a weakness at first base, a lackadaisical
Leo Cardenas at short, and a nonentity at third, probably Mich-
igan alum, Steve Bors. Pete Rose is solid at second but the toss
from second to first is considered to be a major heave for him.
San Francisco has Willie Mays which is enough to make it a
contender. Willie is the greatest ballplayer in the world, but if he
plays center field he can't pitch. This profound statement explains
why the Giants-can't win the pennant.
Juan Marichal, whose mechanical flinging motion closely re-
sembles that of a pitching machine, should win over 20, but Frisco
needs more arms. Ron Herbel and Bob Hendley are .500 pitchers and
Jack Sanford had a nine hour arm operation over the winter, so
don't expect many no-hitters from him.
Orlando Cepeda, Willie McCovey, and Jim Hart are enough to
make any pitcher decide to become a first baseman, but pitching
wins pennants.
Milwaukee has titanic hitting, but its hurling is even weaker
than San Francisco's. Henry Aaron is a magnificent wrist hitter,
Joe Torre is the best catcher in the league, Rico Carty is .300 at the
plate, and Dennis Menke is the second best shortstop in the league.
At last count the Braves had sold 23 season tickets so it is possible
that there will be more vendors than fans at the game, and vendors
don't root.
The Dodgers have pitching but Walt Alston will need a shutuot
every other day if he expects to win a penannt. The Dodgers will
probably hit less than a hundred homers and Don Drysdale might
lead the team-in the long ball. The infield is holey with Maury Wills
the only adequate fielder. The outfield has the Davis Boys and an
unnamed compatriot. Nothing to leave your feet about. Claude Osteen
could win 15, Koufax 30, Drysdale 18 and LA could still finish sixth.
The Cubs are my team. I've loved them since the Hank Sauer
era and I'm a much more rabid fan than Phil Wrigley. But cruel
objectivity tells me that the Cubs stink. Sure they have Billy
Williams, Ron Santo, Ernie Banks, and Larry Jackson, but you
don't go anywhere with a double play combination that even the
Mets laugh at. Bozo could be a better catcher than Dick Bertell,
and the Michigan Varsity probably has a better bench than the
Cubbies. I want to cry, but let us continue.
Pittsburgh has two players from the Caribbean that any team
would love to trade for-Roberto Clemente and Alvin McBean
Clemente, now sacked in with malaria, is the worst looking great
hitter in baseball. He does everything awkwardly at the plate and
bats .350. McBean is a splendid pitcher with fearsome sidearm stuff
who could win 20 if he starts.
But the Pirates are mediocre at most positions.
The Houston Astros are going to be playing under a dome in a
well lit stadium, thus they will be giving up the advantage they had
in their old park. In the past three years teams would play in the
park by candlelight. The archlights were so bad that only the Colts,
who were used to the dark, were able to hit. When the Astros see the
light their future will be gloomy.
The Mets are my adopted team. Any team which could boast of
such players as Hawk Taylor, Al Moran, and Cho Choo Coleman
wins your heart. And this year the WMets have rookies like Danny
Napoleon and Dick Selma. With names like Napolean and Selma you
know the Mets aren't going to ruin their image and become winners.
But Warren Spahn should give Casey and the Mets enough class to
beat out the Astros.
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edge of your chair. Philadelphia, St. Louis, Cincinnati, San Fran-
cisco, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Chicago, Pittsburgh, New York,
and Houston.
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