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December 01, 1959 - Image 12

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAI
olverine Sextet, Fans Set for Another Big Se
ey Team Sets All-Time Record BIG TEN CONTENDERS:
CAA A Championship Competition '1' Gymnasts Show Inprov
[IKE GILLMAN By CLIFF MARKS
But the big man in Michigan At Tech he built a team that compiled in impressive fashion on NAAU, an
move into the sports hockey history was Vic Heyliger, was traditionally a second division Michigan's gymnastics team has a huge white canvas in the prac- Games.
the Michigan hockey coach from 1944 until 1957 when squad into a serious contender for shown a fantastic development in tice gym. This yea
h will play the home Al Rrenfrew the present mentor, league honors in the old Western its brief 12-year history under the "Our gymnastics team. has champions,
its 38th season this took over Intercollegiate Hockey League. guiding hand of Coach Newt Lok- shown constant improvement ever Munn. whi
ainst Colorado. 'M' Goes Big Time en. since that first season in '47," said year, Nino
Y the annual road trip Under Heyliger, Michigan went Called To Michigan The Wolverines are strong con- the coach, "and the interest seems back becaus
t, the Wolverines will big time in the hockey world. In Renfrew was boasting a winning tenders for the Big Te cha- to increase more and more eve
right into league play-yrecord at North Dakota when he pionship this year. year, both here and even more on "This co
seasons a number of s eaon stay, the onvyine got the call to come back to Michi- Michigan had a "team" from the high school level. teams," Lok
ontests has filled this losses and 13 ties in an even 300 gan. Here again he was faced with 1931-1933 coached by Dr. Wilbur "The high schools have fostered tainly mis
n of the schedule, with a nd 13 ten n eve 300 a rebuilding job. Graduation losses West which died out through lack the renewed interest in gym up other boys,
>n delayed until after -as Fr te te seas had cut deep In 1957 and his first of interest and the crippling .blow to the point now where an in- berg, Capt
tas vacation. his scx made the N als Wolverine squad won eight while of the depression. creasing number of schools are Brown, W
Las and six of these times walked off losing 13.1
istory Traced with the national title.in There was nothing in the way hopping on the bandwagon march Sakamoto,
ry of hockey at Michi- In 1957 Heyliger turned over Last year. Michigan had to fight of gym at Michigan from 1933 un- of gymnastics. Osterland w
rackto 1921, when the the reins to Renfrew, a former to build virtually the same record til 1947, when Loken, a national "One factor about gym which the slack."
of Wolverine icers, Wolverine star. Renfrew skated (8-13-1) as preseason injuries cut gymnastics champion at Minne- is important is that the small Loken is
Joseph Barss, started for the Maize and Blue under Hey- deep into Renfrew's bench. Goalie . sota, reactivated the sport which guys have a chance to gain ath- names can
ff on the right foot liger from 1946 through 1949. Ross Childs even had to come out .is now ready to begin its 13th letic recognition. Just look at guys gymnastic

V, DECEMBER 1, 1959
ison
ement
d the Pan American
rs team includes two
Montpetit and Ron
le anothet from last
Marion, will not be
e of scholastic troubles.
Way Be Best
uld be one of our best
ken said, "but we'll cer-
s Nino. However, our
Al Stall, Barry Fein-
ain Bill Skinner, Jim
olfgang Dozauer, Ken
Tom Francis and Tom
till just have to take up
hopeful that these
go down in Michigan
7istory alongside former

year.

Two Undefeated Teams

"We've had two unbeaten sea-
sons, in 1951 and last year, plus
many individual national champs,"
said Loken, "and our dual meet
winning average is .780 for the
12 years."
The listing of all the champs is

BOBBIE WATT
... again captains Michigan icers

Ice Hockey Rates as World'

Fastest Team Sport

on side, the play continues. Icing zone. An attacking player cannot
cannot occur when the team which be in the attacking zone to receive
iced the puck is short handed be- a pass or can he be in the zone at
cause of a penalty. any time when the puck is shot
Off sides is a ruling used to re- into the zone. Anything of this
strict the passes of the offensive type is a violation. However a play-
team. A player cannot make a pass er is allowed to skate into the at-
to a teammate across two lines. tacking zone carrying the puck on
This includes the center red line his stick.
and the blue lines. Passing over The other major rule of hockey
two lines constitutes a violation is that only the goalie is allowed
and play is whistled down. A face into a four foot by seven foot area
off is then held in the circle near- in front of the net. This area is
est the spot from which the pass called the goalie's crease. This is
was made. to prevent intereferance by the
The puck also must precede any attacking team with the goalie's
attacking player into the attacking movement which might result in a'
Coach Loken Publishes
'Complete Gymnastics'

Complete Book of Gymnastics." It
is currently selling in bookstores
around Ann Arbor and throughout
the nation. The 18 chapter work
has over 500 pictures and has been
out since the middle of August.
Loken was ably aided by Bob
Willoughby, a former gymnast =at
Michigan, and the two worked on
the book for three years in their
spare time.
"It sure was a great feeling of
relief when we finished it," said
Loken, "because the pressure of
finishing each chapter and even-
tually the book kept building up."
Prentice-Hall signed Loken to
a contract to write their book be-
cause they felt a definite need for
a publication of this type and
thought that a man of Loken's ex-
perience could do such a job.
The popular Michigan coach has
been connected with gymnastics
for a long time, having been Presi-
dent of the National Association
of Gymnastic Coaches after he left
Minnesota, where as an under-
graduate he was Big Ten and Na-
tional All - Around Champion in
1942. 1

goal being scored or to injury to
the goalie.
The final part of the game is the
penalties. They force the team of
the penalized player to play short
handed until his penalty has ex-
pired or in the case of a minor
penalty until a goal by the opposi-
tion has been scored. Minor pen-
alties are two minutes long and
the majors are five minutes in
duration.
Minor penalties are called for
minor violations: Things like trip-
ping, holding, interference, hook-
ing (using the blade of one's stick
as a hook on an opponent), board
checking (deliberately taking a
start and crashing an opponent
into the boards), high sticking
(carrying the stick over the normal
shoulderhheight when in close con-
tact with an opponent), and cross
checking (misuse of the stick in
which a check is delivered with
both hands on the stick off the
ice).
Major penalties are called for
fighting, while match penalties
(five minutes) are called for a
deliberate intent ,to injure. Mis-
conducts, which' are 10 minute
penalties for which a team is per-
mitted to use a substitute, are
usually called for abuse of the of-
ficials.
However hockey is so fast that
even, the best of officials cannot
catch all of the violations and
consequently games often get
rough and the body contact be-
comes even rougher as tempers get
hot. There is no play stoppage ex-
cept for an infraction of the rules
and coaches often substitute "on
the fly."
This speed, contact and never
ending action is slowly drawing the
attention of the public and the
people are gradually beginning to
accept hockey as one of the great-
est sports in the world.
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