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By MICHAEL WILSON
Michigan's gymnastics squad
enters its first team competi-
tion of the season this weekend
as they travel to Chicago for
the annual Windy City Invita-
tional Tournament. This year's
classic features eighteen teams,
including most of the Big Ten
schools.
Coming off a respectable
showing in the Midwest Invi-
tational last weekend, the Wol-
verine tumblers hope to get an
overall evaluation of the team.
LINEUPS FOR the tourney
are essentially the same as they
were for last week's tourna-
ment, the only change being
Richard Bigras competing in the
all-around competition instead
of Bob Darden.
Besides Bigras, co-captain
Bruce Keeshin and freshman
Harley Danner make up the list
of all-arounders for this week-
end's tournament.
The floor exercise features
Chuck Stillerman, while sopho-
more Chuck Ventura and jun-

ior Jerry Poynton compete on
the pommel horse. Poynton turn-
ed in an excellent performance
in the Midwest tourney, nlacing
second out of 160 competitors.
Rounding out the rest of the
squad are Joe Neuenswander,
Kurt Golder. and Scott Ponto
on the rings; Bob Creek and
Bod Darden on the high bar;
and Darden again competing in
vaulting and on the parallel
bars.
THE WOLVERINES are still
hampered with injuries, as evi-
denced by all-around competi-
tor Jean Gagnon's shoulder ten-
donitis and floor exercise spec-
ialist Randy Sakamoto's ankle
problem.
"Sakamoto and Gagnon a r e
still questionable," coach Newt
Loken said, however he mdi-
cated that Gagnon and Saka-
moto should be ready by Jan-
uary.
The Windy City Invitational'
is the second pre-season meet
for the Wolverines this year, as
the gymnastics squad doesn't

enter conference competition un-
til January.
NEVERTHELESS, this week-
end's competition is valued by
the Wolverine mentor. "We
want a nice presentation (ff a
Michigan squad," Loken said.
"It's mainly the competition
thing where we just want to
do well."
Also, the tournament gives
Loken the chance to evaluate
other teams. The defending Big
Ten champ, the Iowa Hawk-
eyes, will be in Chicago this
weekend and Loken looks for-
ward to seeing the Hawkeye
tumblers in action.
Another interesting sidelight
is that the Wolverines will get
their first opportunity to ex-
perience the effects of a new
rule. This year, the score:, of
four competitors in each event
will count toward the eam
score, and the Windy City
classic enables Michigan to get
an idea of how the rule can
help, or hurt them.

Bruce Medd ou the parallel bars

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By ED LANGE and is quite sure that the Mich- mers missed Monday's prac-
The Michigan swim team igan tankers "will have no tice with some missing Tues-,
opens up its season this week- problem with this meet" and day's session also. Stager wail-
end with two conference clash- stated that the team's total con- ed that "it's going to be a
es, Purdue tonight and Illinois centration is directed towards a tough meet anyway and now
tomorrow. Purdue, never a dangerous Illinois squad. the problem has been com-
conference power, poses no Stager was understandably pounded. I think we're hurting."
threat to the Wolverines but the worried about the Illini and Illinois returns a veteran-lad-
Illini are quite a different with justification. They fin- en squad which lost virtually
story. A total of eighteen swim- ished second in the Big Ten no one through graduation. In
mers and divers will make the Western Division Relays held George Congreve, the Illini have
trip as the Michigan mentors, last week and they sport a 1-1 a top-notch sprinter, some-
swimming coach Gus Stager conference record, beating thing that is sorely needed in
and diving coach Dick Kimball, Minnesota, 94-29 and losing to the Wolverine repertoire. Mich-
hope for a sweep of the two Wisconsin, 82-41. igan's strengths lie in the
conference foes. The horrendous blizzard this stroke events where returning
Stager expects no trouble past week disrupted Stager's vets such as Rob Helt and Tom
from relatively weak Purdue practice sessions as most swim- Szuba in the backstroke, Pat1
--f Bauer in the breaststroke, and
Fred Yawger and Szuba in theI
butterfly, are expected to help
the Wolverines better their third
SA SEi place finish of 1973-74.
Wholesale Prices Diving, always a Michigan
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freestyler. Also playing an in-
tegral part in the team's nuc-
leus are two other distance
freestylers, Norm Semchysen
and Joe Bauer, Fred Yawger,
and Rob Helt, who swims the
backstroke, freestyle relay and
medley relay.
Stager is leaving some vet-
eran swimmers home this week-
end in order to get a good look
at the freshmen he hopes will
fill some of the holes in the
Michigan lineup. Whit Davis and
Clark Kogen will be going in
the breaststroke with Davis also
going in the individual medley.
Brian Wylie and John Daly
will be tested in the freestyle
events and Dick Brown will be
going in the butterfly.
Stager sees the medley relay
as the key to the Illinois meet,
stressing that "we've got our
strongest men entered in it
(Helt, Pat Bauer, Yawger, Mark
Anderson, Szuba, Davis, Daly,
and Wylie) and it is early in the
meet, so they all should be
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