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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

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reactivated its gymnastics squad,
now in its 13th year under Loken,
who was Big Ten and NCAA all-
around champion in 1942 at Min-
nesota.
First of Four
The Wolverines tackle the
Gophers in the first of four meets
between now and the start of the
second semester. The other three
occur after finals are over, at

Southern Illinois Jan. 29, Illinois
and Indiana the next night at
Champaign-Urbana, and then at
Ohio State Feb. 6.
Michigan has already won its
first dual meet of the season by
an impressive 71.5-40.5 spread
against Navy Pier (U. of Ill. at
Chicago) in the home opener last
Friday.
Minnesota, which finished fifth.
to Michigan's third in the Mid-
west Open, lost a close meet to
Iowa recently, but Loken calls
them ". . . a real tough dual meet
team."
Big Stars
The Gophers big stars are Duane
Hoerchel and Ed Schwartzkopf,
Loken said, and Michigan can ex-
pect plenty of ,trouble from them.
As gymnastics sometimes depends
on individual stars rather than
depth this could prove to be quite
a problem for the Wolverines.
Michigan can counter with all-
around men Al Stall, Wolf Do-
zauer, and Rich Montpetit, in ad-
dition to top tumblers and rebound
tumblers Jim Brown, Captain Bill

Skinner, Tom Osterland, and T.
Francis.
Some of them have been suffer-
ing from minor ailments but
Loken said that all seemed to be I
recovered and ready to go in this
meet, finals, and the three big
ones afterwards. "However," the
coach said, "Montpetit may not
work in a couple of events because
of a stretched elbow muscle he
aggravated last week.'
Big One.
Despite the importance of this
meet tomorrow and all the others,
the "big one" will be the affair at I
Illinois when the Wolverines face
the defending champion Illini
whom they beat last year in a
dual meet.
Indiana will probably serve as,
an interested visitor to the con-
test between the two top contend-
ers for the Big Ten crown. Illinois
already holds a decision over
Michigan this year, in the Mid-
west Open, but they will be with-
out star Abe Grossfeld who out-
scored the Wolverines himself in
that meet.

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Michigan's hapless cagers will
go after their first win of the
young Big Ten campaign tomor-
row night when they meet Min-
nesota in Yost Field House at 8:00.
Coach Bill Perigo's small but
scrappy team will face another
big team in Minnesota. The Go-
phers, led by their All-American
center Ron Johnson, who stands
6'r" and Ray Cronk, a skinny
6'6" forward have won one and
lost one in Big Ten play thus far
this season,
Upset Iowa
The Gophers, not considered to
be a power when the Conference
season opened two weeks ago,
proved the first night that they
were not to be taken lightly as
they upset highly rated Iowa.
Last weekend they were beaten
by another good basketball team
at Illinois, 90-82.
As a team their field goal shoot-
ing percentage is more than 100
percentage points better than
Michigan's. The Wolverines as a
team are shooting at a .377 pace
and Minnesota is firing for a .495
mark in Conference competition.
Besides Johnson and Crank, the
Gophers have two more fine ball-
players in Tom Benson and Gerald
Butler.

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......

Iowever Michigan, despi
poor overall record is not
counted out. Last Monday a
the huge and hot shooting In
Hoosiers, the Wolverines 1
one of the best games ever
in Yost Field House by a T
gan team.
Coach Perigo, apparently :
ing that his personal wa
suited to his favorite fast
offense, .installed a slower rr
control type offense just befC
Profile: Jim Hw
Jim Hunt, Michigan's
sonable head athletic tra
is profiled by Sports Editor
Benagh on page nine of to
Daily Magazine.
game. This type of play.seer
agree with the Michigan
and they almost responded
the upset of the year.
Guard Terry Miller and
Lovell Farris came through~
big nights and JohnnyuT
played well in the back cou
Tomorrow night Perigo
pected to stay with the sam
of ball game, as he coma.
after the .Indiana game tht
cause it had worked so w+
would continue to play c
type basketball.
The game tomorrow will
last action for the Wol
cagers until after exams.
they. return to the court tc
Washington (Mo.) before r
ing to the Conference bask
wars.
The play-by-play of tomo
game will be carried by
WCBN and WPAG starti
7:55. WUOM, which will be 1
casting the hockey game
East Lansing, will jump bi
the field house between perm
keep hockey fans posted c
happenings in the baske
game.

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ALL-AMERICAN-Ron Johnson, Minnesota's 6'7" center, will lead
the Gophers against the Wolverines here tomorrow night. John-
son is currently fourth in the Big Ten scoring derby with an
average of 23.5 points per game, and is the second-leading re-
bounder on the Minnesota team..

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Wrestlers Prepare for Buckeyes

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"Let's work for that fall!"
wrestling coach Cliff Keen advised
his men yesterday as they prac-
ticed for tomorrow's dual meet at
Ohio State.
Michigan has won two of its first
three engagements this season, but
no Wolverine has been able to
score a pin in any match.
Keen, who has long advocated
-- "putting the fall back in wres-
tling," would like to see the Wol-
verines beat Ohio State, and score
some pins doing it. Last season
Michigan grapplers pinned eight
opponents in I1 dual meets.
Altered Lineup
'he veteran coach, currently in
his 35th season at the Michigan
mat held, will take a -slightly
altered lineup to Columbus at
12:30 p.m. today to face the
Buckeyes.
Willard Root, whose last varsity
match was two years ago, is slated
to replace Ambi Wilbanks in the
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130-pound division. Wilbanks, who
sat out all last season because
of injuries, is ailing again.
Root will not have an easy time
against Dave Camaione, OSU cap-
tain who was last year's Big Ten
runnerup.
Along with Wilbanks, Dick Fron-
ezak will sit out this dual meet.
His 157-pound post will be filled
by Jim Blaker, normal 147-pound-
er. Fritz Kellerman will stay at his
usual 137 post, and the other
Wolverine .137-pounder, Wilf Hil-
debrandt, will go at 147.
The rest of Keen's lineup is un-
changed. Captain .Mike Hoyles is
at 123, Dennis Fitzgerald at 167,
Karl Fink at 177, and Fred Olm
at heavyweight.
Strong at 130
Casey Fredericks' Buckeyes, who
have not beaten Michigan since
1945, are strongest at 130 (with
Camaione), at 177 and heavy-
weight. All three places are man-
ned by seniors.
Vince Gonino will give Fink
strong competition in the 177-
pound match, and Sexton and
Michigan's Olm should have an
interesting heavyweight battle.
Hoyles will meet OSU sopho-
more Don Green at 123 and Kel-
lermann will engage veteran John
Fletcher at 137. Sophomore Mike
Barnett and veterans Al Myers
and Dave Hull will compete for
the Bucks in the middle weights
of 147, 157, and 167.

'M' Thinelads To Mee
Top Chicago Track Club
By ROY RHAESA
Jan. 30 Michigan will play host
At 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5 to the Michigan AAU Relays. The
at Yost Field House, Michigan's meet will last from 1:00 p.m. to
track team will meet its most for- 9:30 p.m.
midable opponent before the Big S e v e r a l colleges, including
Ten indoor title meet. Michigan State, Eastern Michigan
The meet is with the powerful and the University of Detroit,
Chicago Track Club which boasts have been invited as have high
several Olympic stars. "The rea- schools from around the state.
son we scheduled this meet is to Most of the Wolverines' varsity
give our boys some real competi- and freshmen performers will
tion," stated Wolverine track compete.
mentor Don Canham. These meets mark the only two
Although he admits that in an times that the Wolverines will
event like the pole vault we appear at home during the indoor
"haven't anyone fit to carry their season.
poles," he is none the less confi-
dent of the outcome. "Who's go-
ing to stop Robinson or Cephas?"
We will beat them."I I
A week earlier on Saturday, -

After the Ohio State meet, the
Wolverines take a two-week exam
break. They will return to action
with two home dual meets be-
tween semesters. Rex Peery's al-
ways-tough Pittsburgh squad is
here Jan. 30 and Purdue will en-
gage the Wolverines Feb. 1. Both
meets will start at 3 p.m. In Yost
Field house.

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