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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 6, 1973

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, December 6, 1973

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LOKEN CLAIMS:
Gymnasts need practice

By LEBA HERTZ
After finishing fifth at the
Windy City Meet in Chicago the
Michigan gymnastics team will
have to do plenty of work and
consistent improvement if it
wishes to retain the Big Ten
Crown the team won last year
according to Coach Newt Loken.
WITH SUCH strong teams as
Iowa and Indiana in the Big Ten,
Loken realizes that the perform-
ance by the team in Chicago
was not good enough for a replay
of last year's come from be-
hind victory for the title at In-
diana.
Iowa finished third at the
Windy City Meet while last year
the Hawkeyes placed fourth with
the Wolverines finishing sixth.
Each team moved up one notch,
and the fight for the Big Ten
title seems to rest with these
two teams with Indiana which
placed sixth this year and Min-
nesota, previous gymnastics pow-
erhouse, not too far behind.
Michigan's primary strengths
seem to rest in the rings and
vaulting. At the Windy City, the
Wolverines tallied 26.4 points in
the ring exercise with Captain

Monty F lb and Joe Neuens-
w-nder both scoring nine points
or better. Pierre Le Clerc, who
is normally good for another
nine points, had an off day and
missed part of his routine.
IN VAULTING, Michigan led
all schools in the compulsories
with 28 points. Rich Bigras fin-
ished second in the compulsor-
ies but did not qualify for the
finals. The three Wolverines
that did qualify, J. P. Bouchard,
Jean Gagnon, and LeClerc, fin-
ished sixth, seventh, and eighth,
respectively. As Loken aptly
stated, "our vaulting saved the
day."
Although the Wolverines scor-
ed a respectable 26.3 in the floor
exec cise compulsories, Loken
noted that Iowa scored a su-
perb 27.9.
"Iowa is a very strong team
and our team is also good
enough to win the Big Ten," Lo-
ken quipped "but the home edge
at Iowa may help them."
In the parallel bar routine,
Gagnon placed first in the com-
pulsories. In addition, Gagnon
finished ninth in the all-around
finals out of 40 qualifiers while

Le'l3rc pLaced 11th and Bruce
Keeshin 12th.
'MICHIGAN'S downfall at the
Windy City came in the pommel
horse rnd the high bar. In the
compulsories of the high bar,
the Wolverines t-lied only 23.7
points and in the nommel horse,
only 23.5 points. The high scor-
er in the pommel horse for Mich-
igan was Rupert Hansen with
only an 8.3, well below his usual
nine points.
"The pommel horse," Loken
commented, "is a routine that
can't miss. A slight mistake in
the floor exercise, for example,
can pass unnoticed, but no mis-
takes can be made in the horse."
Loken feels the team's per-
formance should improve with
practice. "We feel this team has
fine techniques and amplitudes
in their moves and once they get
together in their routines for
routine strength, the team should
be back in top form," he asses-
sed.
T H E GYMNASTICS team
opens its home season on Fri-
day and Saturday, January 11
and 12 in hosting the Big Ten In-
vitational at Crisler Arena.

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HOUSTON - Relief ace Mike
Marshall and veteran centerfielder
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Angeles Dodgers yesterday in a
pair of major trades. The Dodgers
acquired Marshall from the Mon-
treal Expos, who was runner-up to
New York's Tom Seaver in the
National League Cy Youngballot-
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centerfielder Willie Davis. The
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Marshall set a major league rec-

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We feel we got the very best out-
fielder in Willie Davis."
Perhaps wary over trading a
veteran after Chicago's Ron Santo
had blocked a deal on Tuesday,athe
Dodgers called Davis in L.A. to
secure his approval and had him
sign a telegram statinghis agree-
ment to the deal before releasing
it.
Later in the day, Detroit an-
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a 4.65 ERA for the Pirates last
season.
In further developments, the New
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