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Thursday, July 29, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

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Cu bans to challenge
U.S. for Pan-Am title

CALI, Columbia o') -- "We
Will give the Yankees a fight
for medals in every sport," a
red-shirted Cuban official
boasted yesterday as his coun-
trymen swarmed the various
avenues in preparation for the
sixth Pan-American Games.
"We will have 400 athletes,
men and women," he added,
"Numerically, we are sure we
will be biggerthan the United
States. This is our strongest
team ever."
The Cubans have been here a
week, the first contingent to
arrive for the pre-Olympic
hemisphere sports spectacle
scheduled to start a two-week
run Friday, while confident
Americans continued to arrive
in relays,
The U.S. Squad will number
380 athletes.
"This is our strongest t e a m,
but we do not figure to win as
many medals as at Winnipeg
four years ago," acknowledged
Bob Paul, chief public informa-
tion officer for the U.S. Olym-
picc Committee. "The competi-
tion is much stiffer. Cuba will
be tougher in many areas. Ja-
maica has a great lot of sprint-
ers. We will not dominate
swimming as we have in the
past."
The United States won 405$
medals In 1962, with 262 of
them gold. Canada followed
with 272 medals and Cuba was
next with 129.
Canada again will be repre-
sented by a large contingent,
approaching 400, as will hoat
Colombia, But Cuba has let it
be known that it plans to move
as the No. 1 challenger to
America's long-time dominance.
Relations were frigid b e -
tween the Yanks and Cubans as
approximately 2,800 athletes
from 30 countries congregated
in the village and loosened their
muscles.
A group of U.S. gymnasts
stopped at the front of Cuban
headquarters to listen to a
bongo concert, but efforts to
be friendly brought only c o 1d
stares and rebuffs.
A photographer sought to
snap pictures of the rival ath-
letes, whose countries don't re-
cognize each other diplomati-
cally.
"No, you must get permission
from our director," a bilingual
Cuban said.

The request was carried to
the chief of the Cuban delega-
tion.
"Wait here," he said. He nev-
er returned.
Colombian _ school children
by the hundred poured into the
main Pascual Guerro Stadium
where the Cubans were the cen-
ter of attention.
A replica of the three crosses
of Cavalry loomed on an Andes
Mountain Peak and a band in-
congrously struck up the strains
of "Hello Dolly" as the track
and field athletes raced around'
the Tartan track and tossed
various missiles,
Cuba has two outstanding
sprinters in Pablo Montes, who
has done the 100-meters in
10.1 seconds and Hermes Ra-
mirez, who twice has clocked 10
flat.
"We think we can beat the
Jamaicans," one of the Cuban
track coaches said. "We have
the same 400-meter relay team
that won the silver medal at
Mexico City in :38.3.
"We are sure we can win
the baseball tournament. Our
Boxing team is very strong. We
think we have good chances also
in field hockey, water polo and
shooting,"
Cuba imported marksmen
from Moscow to assist their
shooting teams. Pistol and
rifle men from the Castro is-
land are favored in this event.
U.S. shooters were among the.
140 U.S. athletes who flew into
Colombia Tuesday night. Also
on board were gymnasts, weight'
lifters, the soccer team and the
towering basketball forces.
Another plane load of 1 4 0
Americans was due to arrive
Wednesday evening consisting
of boxers, men gymnasts, t h e
field hockey team, divers and
synchroniged swimmers, The
main swimming force is not due
until Aug. 4.
Linda Jo Metheny of Tuscola,
Ill., who won five gold medals
in the last games at Winnipeg,
is returning as head of t h e
women gymnasts, bidding t h i s
time for six golds.
Her rival for individual hon-
ors will be Frank Heckl, a 1I-
around swimmer from the Uni-
versity of Southern California,
who is listed in four individual
events and will also swim in
relays. He conceivably c o u l d
win nine medals.

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