THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDN
Loken Lauds Gymnasts
After Twin Triumphs
By MIKE BLOCK
Boasting a 2-0 record in Big
Ten competition, Michigan's gym-
nastics team is taking it easy for
a while before preparing for their
next meet, Feb. 9 at Ohio State.
The Wolverines acquired both of
their victories Saturday, with a 70-
41 triumph over Iowa and an 81-
30 romp of Indiana- in a double
BUy and Sell dual meet held at Bloomington.
-adeThe meet saw Michigan take first
place honors 10 times out of 12
events, missing only on the tram-
U S E Dpoline and parallel bars. In four
contests, the Wolverines copped
* the top three places.
Gym Coach Newt Loken was
very pleased with the wins, and
said that because of them, the
team's morale is excellent at pres-
ent. "While we didn't receive any
- is stiff competition at Indiana, the
boys got a chance to show what
they could do, and that always
serves as a morale-booster," he
However, while the overall win
-.-t was neither close nor expected to
be, the Wolverines did experience
" difficulty in some events. Most
J'4jnotable among these was the
tramp, where Hawkeye George
Hery outpointed both Gary Erwin
and Fred Sander, rebound tum-
bling stars who have' both won
national honors on this piece of
apparatus. Loken didn't express
any extreme disappointment over
this setback, but was eager to see
how the Michigan trampoline ar-
tists would do against Hery in
their rematch at East Lansing in
the Big Ten gym meet.
The other first place not won
by Michigan went to Iowa's Glenn
Gailis on the parallel bars. Gailis
beat Wolverines Gil Larose and
Jim Hynds by respectable margins,
but Loken wasn't unhappy about
the performance of his men. In-
stead, he praised Gailis as one of
the finer gymnasts in the Big Ten
who doesn't perform for Michigan.
Laken considered Arno Lascari's
performance as the outstanding
one for the Wolverines. All Las-
cari did was take firsts on the
side horse, high bar, and parallel
bars compiling 93.5, 93, and 95
Minnesota on Rise
In other Big Ten action Sat-
urday, Minnesota's gymnastics
team raised a few eyebrows by
taking every first place but one
in a double dual meet with Illi-
nois and Navy Pier, Illinois' Chi-
cago branch. In view of the fact
that the Illini have been giving
Michigan more headaches than
anyone else in the past few years,
this would indicate either that
Minnesota has emerged as a gym
power, or Illinois has gone dras-
Loken believes the former pos-
sibility to be true, and is eager
to test his gymnasts against the
Gophers when they come to Ann
Arbor on Feb. 22.
Bowling Green 88, Kent State 71
Geo. Washington 81, Richmond 71
William & Mary 80, VMI 71
Miami (0) 56, Ohio U. 47
Duquesne 67, Toledo 53
Iowa State 69, Drake 65.
Cornell 84, Colgate 65
Hope 99, Calvin 89
Buffalo 63, Syracuse 61 (ovt)
Tulsa 85, Wichita 83 (2 ovt)
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Fate Takes Hand in Big Ten Cage Race
By TOM ROWLAND nois' undefeated slate in Big Ten Monday after nipping Michigan Detroit hit a sickly 34 per
The old thread of Fate is getting play. Northwestern was ahead at Saturday night, 68-66. from the floor in that affair;
pretty thin in Big Ten basketball the half, 34-22. Toughies were behind at halftime, 51-
circles these days. Illini Up Front The Wolverines have lost three Now 6-9 overall, the Titans
Just ask Illinois forward Bob The Illini head the Big Ten with games this winter by a sum total el to meet Assumption an(
Starnes. their 4-0 mark. Indiana, the only of six points, Minnesota's 66-63 Bonaventure before enterta
victory marking the second heart- the Wolverines.
The Illini were deadlocked other team without a loss in con- reaker king row fooach D Al Cech is top Detroit vet
against Northwestern Monday ference play, has won two in two Strack's crew, now 2-2 in the con- the 6'2" guard hit a 13.4 poi
night, 76-76, with two seconds re- starts. game last winter, led the
maining when Starnes cocked his Elsewhere in the Big Ten, Ohio ference.t, against WMU with 14. Junior
arm and flung the ball 60 feet State can thank a few lucky stars DzTheivictory was Minnesota fis asik will take the center pc
down court for the winning two (like center Gary Bradds) for a on the road and pushed the Goph- faceMichigan's Bill Buntin.
points as the buzzer sounded. The tie in the second bracket with is 6'5" and his back-up
two points scored by Starnes' des- Minnesota. The Buckeyes' two vic- Only other action Monday night George McDaniel is 6'7".
peration heave marked the first tories in conference play have was out in Iowa City, where the Forward Terry Page is a
time that the Illini-had led during both come by virtue of come-back, home town Hawkeyes picked up like" soph, 6'3", who led Det
the evening and kept intact Illi- two-point victories; they were idle first Big Ten win of the sea- hman tEam in th rh
Last-Place cers Hit Books,
Look Towards Next Semester
By MIKE BIXBY
Michigan's hockey team pre-
pares to "hit the books" for the
next couple of weeks, hoping to
resume hockey activities with in-
creased success next semester.
The Wolverines find themselves
in the WCHA cellar at the pres-
ent with one victory, six losses and
a tie to show for their efforts so
far. Last weekend's invasion of
Houghton for a two-game series
with Michigan Tech resulted in
5-1 and 4-3 losses for the Wolver-
Good, But ...
Michigan Coach Al Renfrew
thought his team played "very
good hockey, especially Saturday
night, but we just couldn't get a
goal when we needed one." The
Wolverines haven't received the
benefits of any breaks this sea-
son, and a few are always an aid
in getting a team rolling.
"We aren't that bad a team,"
said Renfrew, referring to the
1-6-1 WCHA record. -"I still feel
that we can beat any team in the
league on a given night, and that
we are better than a good number
of them, but we just aren't scor-
ing when it counts."
Renfrew pointed out that Larry
Babcock, one of the most talented
forwards in the league, hasn't as
yet scored a goal in WCHA play.
"He had a breakaway in the sec-
ond game at Tech. We were ahead
3-1, and it could have broken up
the game, but his shot hit the
Goalie Bob Gray underwent an
exploratory operation last Friday,
and it was determined that he has
no permanent injury. He sustained
only strained ligaments, and will
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