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Wolverines Gillanders, Munn, Gaxiola Win Gold Medals;
Montpetit, ,Marion, Bird Seth Also Place at Chicago

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Although the recent Pan-Amer-
ican Games were dominated by
the United States, Michigan ath-
letes won medals for five of the
competing nations.
Alvaro Gaxiola, former 'M' div-
ing star from Mexico; Ron Munn,

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soph gymnast; and swimmer Dave
Gillanders of the U. S. iwon first-
place gold medals.
Gillanders, NCAA 100-yd. and
200-yd. champion, edged Mike
Troy of the U. S. and Indiana for
the gold medal in the 200-meter
butterfly.

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In the process, Gillanders set a
Pan-American Games record as
well as defeating Troy, the world
record holder, for the first time in
competition.
Wolverine swim captain Tony
Tashnick finished fourth in the
same race.
Gaxiola, diving for his native
Mexico, scored a victory in the
platform diving event, beating out
Jerry Tobian and Don Harper of
the U. S. Gaxiola also was fourth
in three-meter diving.
Alex Gaxiola, also competing for
Mexico, placed sixth in' the 200-
meter backstroke.
Munn, performing on the tram-
poline, defeated the field to win
one of the 191 gold medals taken
by U. S. athletes. Munn also took
a third-place bronze medal in the
Indian clubs event.
Montpetit, Marion Star
Wolverine gymnasts Richard
Montpetit and Nino Marion. were
mainstays of the Canadian gym
team, which was second to the
U S. in overall gym competition.
Montpetit was second in both the
side and long horse, while Marion
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was second in still, rings and third
in the rope climb. Montpetit
placed seventh in. the all-around
standings.
In track Tony Seth, 'M' half-
miler running for British Guiana,
finished a yard behind .Tom Mur-
phy of the U. S. and George Kerr
of the West Indies and Illinois in
a bitterly-contested 800-meter
run. Seth moved behind front-
runner Murphy at the startrand
held his position until the final
few yards.
Bird Leaps to Third ,
Seth's Michigan teammate, Les
Bird, competing for the West In-
dies, broad-jumped 24'7" to earn
a third-place medal. Going into
his final jump Bird was in fourth
place behind Irv Roberson, Greg
Bell and Joel 'Wiley, all of the
U. S. Bird's last effort was an inch
leaped 26'2" to upset Bell, the
more than Wiley's best. Roberson
Olympic champion.
Doug Kyle, former Michigan
distance runner, finished third in
both the 5,000-meter and. 10,000-
meter runs. Kyle represented
Canada.
Ron Wallingford, Michigan's
1956 track captain, competed for
Canada in the 3,000-meter steeple-
chase but did not place. However,
Canadian press officials claim the
little distance runner may have
found a strong event for the coin-
ing Olympic year.

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AWARD WINNER-Bob Webster, Michigan diver,. executes per
feet form in qualifying dive for the Pan-American Game:
Webster dived well enough in Chicago to earn himself a thir
place bronze medal.
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By The Associated Press
Purdue, voted the team most
likely to succeed this year in the
-formidable Big Ten, leads off a
big week-end of college football to-
night against UCLA, once one of
the powers of the Pacific coast.
The game is one 'of the high-
lights of a weekend which sees al-
most half of the nation's top title
contenders, including defending
champion Louisiana State, in ac-
tion on far-flung fronts.
The Boilermakers, -a seasoned
team with 24 returning lettermen,
rule a 13-point favorite over the
Bruins of Los Angeles, who get a
chance to return to the Rose Bowl
after three years on probation. The
game is, at. Los Angeles.
Other games tonight have Flori-
da at Tulane in a Southeastern
Conference opener; George Wash-
ington at Detroit and San Jose at
Denver.
The bulk of the week-end pro-
gram is scheduled S a t u r d a y,
topped by the meeting of Louisi-
ana State and, Rice at Baton
Rouge. This is the national tele-
vision offering of the week, being
presented over NBC starting at
3:35 p~m.
LSTJ is the defending national
champion and favorite to repeat in
the Associated Press pre-season
poll. Rice was runnerup last year
in the Southwest Conference. LSU
is a 14-point favorite.
O t h e r h e a dl i n e games send
Clemson against North Carolina in
a battle which may ultimately lead
the victor to the Atlantic Coast
championship; Texas against Ne-
braska, Mississippi againstHous-
ton, Texas Christian against Kan-
sas; and Southern:C allif o r nia
against Oregon State.
Mississippi, with one of the na-
tion's best passers in Bobby Frank-
lin, is rated No. 8 in the prelim-
inary AP poll. Purdue is No. 11;
North Carolina No. 12; Texas
Christian No. 13; Southern Cali-
fornia No. 14; Texas No. 17 and
Clemson: No. 18.
Other games include: West Vir-
ginia at 'Maryland, Alabama at

Georgia, Duke at South Carolins
Wake Forest at Florida State, Vi
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State at Norfolk, Cincinnati
Oklahoma State; Iowa State
Drake, Texas A ,&' M vs. Texa
Tech at Dallas, Tulsa at Arkansa
California vs. Washington State
Spokane, Colorado State at Colleg
of Pacific, Idaho at Utah Stat
Montana vs. Wyoming at Billing
Washington at Colorado, Orega
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