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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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KIMBALL GETS CAR:
3m' Diving Mentor
Wins Indoor Title

Liston, Clay Sign
For February Fight

Hathaway stands for a trim middle

By The Associated Press
Dick Kimball, the University of
Michigan diving coach, yesterday
won the first annual world pro-
fessional indoor diving champion-
ships at Grossinger, N.Y.
In the process Kimball defeated
two former Wolverines, who fin-
ished second and third. Kimball
who excelled in spotter dives
amassed a winning total of 244.35
points which easily bested the
231.75 for Ron Jaco, now diving
coach at the University of Min-
nesota. Kimball's prize was a
$3,000 Falcon Sprite, while Jaco
won $1,250.
Finishing a close third with
230.35 was Joe Gerlach of Los
Angeles, the current outdoor pro-
fessional champion.
Kimball had a long and gloried
career as a Michigan athlete. Be-
sides standing out as a diver and
swimmer, Dick was a top tumbler
and trampoline man. The high
point of his athletic career was in
1957 when he was Nation.9l Col-
NHL:
Hull's Goal
Saves Win
For Hawks
CHICAGO () - Bobby Hull's
goal with 20 seconds left to play
gave the National Hockey League
leading Chicago Black Hawks a
3-2 victory over the New York
Rangers last night.
New York's Vic Hadfield had
capped a Ranger rally at 14:38'
of the period by scoring to pull
New York even after Chicago had
carried a 2-0 lead into the final
two mintues of the second period.
The v i c t o r y extended the
Hawks' unbeaten string to nine
games, during which they have
won seven and tied two. The
streak ties a club record set in
the 1939-40 season.
Hull's tally came from a flurry
in front of Ranger goalie Jacques
Plante's cage. The Chicago scor-
ing star whipped the puck through
a small opening between Plante
and the right net post. It was his
seventh of the year.
Chicago opened with a goal by
Bill Hay in the first minute of
play and drew out to a 2-0 lead
Imidway in the second period on a
goal by Stan Mikita on a rebound
of a shot by Hull.
Both New York goals touched
off arguments.
Chicago claimed Ranger Dick
Meissner was in the goal crease at
18:28 of the second period when
Harry Howell's shot bounced off
his leg and into the cage behind
Chicago goalie Glenn Hall.
The Hawks also complained
that the Rangers were off-side on
Hadfield's marker. Referee John
Ashley paid little heed to either
argument.
WORLD'S
FAI
FRI. AND SAT.

legiate Diving Champion on both
the high and low boards. The fol-
lowing year Dick was runner up
in both.
Dick was All-American in all
three years of diving competition
at Michigan. As a tumbler and
trampolinist on the gymnastics
squad, Dick lettered in all three
years of varsity competition. In

DENVER (P)-Sonny Liston, the
solemn champion, and Cassius
Clay, the gabby challenger, scrib-
bled their names yesterday on a
contract for a multi-million dol-
lar heavyweight title fight in mid-
February, probably in Los Ange-
les.
Former heavyweight champion
Joe Louis put in a bid at the con-
tract-signing from Los Angeles
interests, guaranteeing $1 million
for the fight.
Biggest Offer
* Jack Nilon, Liston's advisor,
said that was the biggest concrete
offer that has been received to
stage the fight. Nilon said other
cities that have submitted bids are
Minneapolis, Chicago, Miami and
Las Vegas.
Louis said he was putting in the
proposal for United World Enter-
prises, Inc. Also present was
George Parnassus of the Olympic
Boxing Club of Los Angeles.
The contract signing had its
theatrical moments as Clay tried
to hog the scene with noisy spout-
ings from his phonograph record-
ing and other quotations from his,
nightclub repertoire.
'When I'm Done ....
Liston, sitting calmly and at
times looking puzzled at the
noisy challenger, summed up his
feelings with the declaration: "I
hope you look the same when I get
done with you."
Officials for Intercontinental
Promotions, Inc.-Liston's group-
said they expected the bout to
gross between $6 million and $8
million, a record for any bout.
Liston's fight last year in Chi-
cago in which he took the crown
from Floyd Patterson grossed
about $5.5 million, Ben Bentley,
publicity director for Intercon-
tinental, said.
Cassius Clowns
Comic overtones laced the con-
tract-signing at a downtown hotel.
Clay monopolized the early min-
utes by demanding a seat away
from Liston.
A huge sign was unwrapped
showing an enlarged photograph
of Liston. It cautioned Clay to take

care of himself now that he's
signed a contract.
Clay responded by swinging his
right hand against Liston's photo-
graph,
"Watch out you don't hurt your
hand," Liston smiled.
'M' Club
The second meeting of the
year of the Undergraduate "M"
Club will be held tonight at 10
p.m. in the offices at Yost Field
House, president Bob Gray has
announced.
Clay repeated his prediction
that he would knock out Liston in
the eighth round, but the cham-
pion did not forecast when he ex-
pected the bout to end.
Yellow Stripes
Both fighters w e r e nattily
dressed, with Clay wearing a light
gray suit, white tab collar and
narrow black tie and Liston was
dressed in a charcoal gray suit
and black tie with yellow diagonal
stripes.
The champion sported a dia-
mond stickpin and a huge dia-
mond glittered on his right pinkie.
As always, Liston carried a gold-
headed cane that was given to
him by an admirer when he tour-
ed England recently.
Pair Tied
In Scoi ng
By The Associated Press
Halfback Sherman Lewis ox
Michigan State and Lou Holland
of Wisconsin found themselves in
a tie for the lead in the Big Ten
all-games football scoring race
this week.
Nestled just six points behind
the leaders is Michigan's star Jun-
ior, John Henderson who has scor-
ed five touchdowns and is in a tie
for fifth place. Bob Timberlake,
Michigan's new-found star, is the
only other Wolverine in the lead-
ers. Timberlake has 20 points to
his credit and is well down on the
list.
Tom Nowatzke, Indiana's full-
back, is in second place behind
the two halfback speedsters with
four touchdowns, two field goals,
and five extra points for a total of
35, just one off the pace.
Dick Van Raaphorst, Ohio
State's kicking specialist, has the
most field goals, eight, and is in
third place in scoring with 31
points.
The leaders with points scored
follows:
TD FG Pat TP

DICK KIMBALL
...national champ

1958 he won the Midwest Open in
the trampoline competition.
After finishing his undergradu-
ate studies, Dick handled the
assistant coaching chores while
working on his master's degree in
administration of physical educa-
tion.
At present, besides his duties as
diving mentor, Dick is an assistant
swimming coach and advisor of
the cheerleaders. During the sum-
mer months Dick goes on tour giv-
ing professional exhibitions.

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GRID SELECTIONS
We, at The Daily have been waiting breathlessly each week for
some brilliant individual to come running exuberantly up to our
offices at 420 Maynard proclaiming a fool proof system of picking
the winners in our weekly grid contest.
Thus far, none have been put forth, which is highly surprising
considering the tremendous challenge, the derivation of such a sys-
tem would offer to the imaginative student.
To think, that in one's copious spare time, one could derive a
formula which would reduce the selecting of grid winners to science,
unquestionably stirs the imagination. To think of the honors,
awards, and two free passes to the Michigan Theater which would
be heaped upon this genius is admittedly a bit frightening. Along
with the honors would probably go the Nobel Peace Prize for divert-
ing the arguments, and rising tempers which our present slightly
inaccurate forecasting brings.
However until such an effort is presented at the sports desk
(in thesis form) we will have to continue with our present policy of
selecting the team with the greatest number of players of combined
Polish-Irish-Greek ancestry, as the favorite.
So even if you don't have a fool proof system, feel free to drop
your one list erroneous selections in the official Daily entry box at
420 Maynard before 9 p.m. Friday.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

Holland, Wisconsin
Lewis Michigan State
Nowatzke, Indiana
vanRaaphorst, Ohio St.
Lopes, Michigan State
Snell, Ohio State
Henderson, Michigan
Stamison, Northwestern
Grabowski, Illinois
Krause, Iowa
Murphy, Northwestern
Plankenhor, Illinois
Fronek, Wisconsin
Timberlake, Michigan

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4. Northwestern at Wisconsin
5. Penn State at Ohio State
6. Oregon State at Indiana
7. Dartmouth at Columbia
8. Princeton at Harvard
9. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame
10. Maryland at Navy

11. Clemson at North Carolina
12. Auburn at Miss. State
13. Georgia at Florida
14. Texas Christian at La. State.
15. Arkansas at Rice
16. Kansas at Nebraska
17. So. Methodist at Texas A&M
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20. California at Washington

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Soccer Club
Suffers Loss
The Michigan Soccer Club, play-
ing as the U.S. team in the Inter-
national Center's soccer league,
suffered its first loss of the sea-
son Sunday, 2-0 against the Greek
Students' Association.
The loss, against, two shutout
victories, leaves the Americans
tied with the Greeks for first place
in the standings.
The usually strong American de-
fense was ineffective as the Greeks
combined tight ball-handling with
good passing to post the win. They
have previously lost only to the
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