'RDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Wolverine Gymnasts Ready
For Clash With Ohio State
By DAVE BAAD
Michigan's gymnastics team,
stung by the loss of side horse
specialist, Jim Barbero, shoots' for
its second straight win this after-
noon, engaging the Ohio State
Buckeyes in a meet starting at
4:00 p.m. in the Sports Building.
After losing twice during the
between semester's vacation, coach
Newt Loken's squad bounced back
last Saturday to whip Minnesota
and apparently was on its way to
a winning season.
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HOWEVER, Barbero, a consis-
tent third place side horse per-
former, is scheduled to be induct-
ed next Monday, making it quite
probable that the muscular junior
will be lost to the Wolverines for
the remainder of the season.
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His absence puts the pressure
on Lee Krumbholz and newcom-
er Tony San Antonio, the other
side horse regulars. Krumbholz
produced his best performance
of the year against the Gophers
a week ago, topping off his first
place finish with the difficult
Don Perry and Bob Henning,
standout tramp and tumbling art-
ists, are Coach Joe Hewlett's out-
standing Buckeye gymnasts.
Perry, who finished second on
the trampoline and third on the
mat in last year's Western Con-
ference meet, has been turned
into an all-around man this sea-
son to help compensate for his
team's lack of depth.
Fletcher Gilders, a former
Northwestern of Detroit high
school athletic star, is the Buck-
eye's number two all-around en-
trant. The ex-diving star is enter-
ed in the flying rings, parallel bars,
trampoline and tumbling.
The Buckeyes have a potentially
strong squad and Loken expects
a tough match. Hewlett's squad
has been hampered consistently by
mishaps on the apparatus this sea-
son, this being especially true in
its 49-47 loss to Michigan State,
two weeks ago.
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By CORKY SMITH
Illinois' lack of depth may prove
the deciding factor in the dual
meet at Champaign today as the
Wolverines attempt to change the
winning ways of the mighty Illini
In the track meet which will be
a preview of what to expect in the
coming Big Ten indoor meet also
held at Champaign, Michigan will
be out to stop the Orange and
Blue's dominance of the Western
The 440-yard run should prove
one of the tightest races of the
afternoon. Grant Scruggs and
Jack Carroll of Michigan and the
Orange and Blue's Ralph Fessen-
den and Cirilo McSween will be
the key men in the event. In the
MSC Relays last Saturday, Fess-
enden placed first in the 300-yard
run with a time of :31.2.
Pete Gray, John Ross and Roy
Christiansen will be the Wolver-
ine choices to outlast Illinois' Gene
Maynard in the 880 yard run. At
Lansing last Saturday Maynard
established a new meet and field
house record in the 1000-yard run
in a winning time of 2:13.9. Gray
has been timed at 1:53.9 in the
half mile, and Christiansen, who is
on the Michigan 2 mile relay' squad,
has been clocked at 1:55.1 this sea-
Ross will also be in the mile
event along with John Moule and
Ron Wallingford. Illinois, which
lost star Walt Jewsbury through
graduation, is expected to put up
In the 60-yard dash, Coach Don
Canham has entered Bob Brown
and John Vallortigara. Willie Wil-
liams of Illinois, who has run the
distance in :06.3, and has been
called "the fastest man ever to
wear an Illinois uniform," is the
pre-meet favorite, but teammate
and captain Joe Corley is also a
strong contender for first place.
Jim Love, Herb Berwald and
Tom Hendricks will compete in
the high hurdles for Michigan,I
while Coach Leo Johnson of Illi-
nois will have Willard Thompson"
running. The Wolverines are pit-
ting the same trio in the low hur-
dles against Williams and Corley.
George Lynch, Wallingford and
Bob Hall are entered in the 2-mile
run. Although he was edged in
last Saturday's meet, Wallingford
has won several 2-mile races ear-
lier this season. Gordon Iverson
and Kent Penwell of Illinois will
be running against the Michigan
The Wolverines will have Bob
Brown, Pete Sutton, Carroll and
Scruggs in the one-mile relay. The
team beat Michigan State in the
MSC Relays in the fast time of
3:20.3. McSween and Maynard will
compose part of the Illinois relay
Mark Booth and Dave Heinz-
man will be Michigan's high jump-
ers against Ron Mitchell of the
Orange and Blue. Mitchell cleared
6' 6/" in the MSC Relays for
first place. Booth, among four oth-
ers, placed second with a jump of
6' 4", and will be close on Mit-.
In the broad jump event, Tom
Hendricks, Junior Steilstra and
Willy Michaels should have little
trouble in bringing home top
places, as Illinois is weak in the
Fritz Nilsson and Roy Pella will
toss the shot put for the Wol-
verines. Nilsson, who captains the
1954 track team will have his
toughest competition in John
Bauer, Illinois senior, whose best
toss last year was 53' 3V2".
The Illini's Dave Foster will be
the man to beat in the pole vault
event. Foster finished in a three-
way tie for second place in the
MSC Relays along with Roger
Maugh of Michigan with a height
of 13' 4".
By KEN COPP
If there ever was a match be-
tween equals, it will be tonight
when Michigan's wrestling team
faces the Spartans of Michigan
State at East Lansing.
Since Coach Cliff Keen has tak-
en over the helm of the Wolver-
ines, they have compiled a 17 won,
eight lost, one tied record with
the Spartans. The two teams have
also met two times unofficially.
* * *
MICHIGAN STATE, which now
leads the Conference with a mark
of four wins has piled up a string
almost identical to that tallied by
the Wolverines. Both squads have
defeated one of the top teams in
the Big Ten when they topped
Iowa by the same score, 15-14.
However there is one striking
difference between the two
teams, that being in their meet-
ings with the Pittsburgh Pan-
thers and the Boilermakers of
Purdue. In the State's first
match of the season they lost,
19-8, to the same Pitt group that
the Wolverines beat, 16-11. In
their matches with Purdue, State
won, 20-8, while Michigan lost.
Coach Fendley Collins has two
men competing who hold Big Ten
titles, those being Bob Hoke at 157
pounds and Vito Perrone at 167
pounds. Perrone has already met
defeat at the hands of the sensa-
tional Illinois sophomore, Larry
TenPas,by a 6-2 score.
Leading the Michigan squad will
be Captain Norvard "Snip" Nalan
and junior letterman Andy Kaul
who both have won eight straight
matches this year. Other outstand-
ing Wolverines are sophomore Don
Haney with a; 6-1 mark and Dick
O'Shaughnessy with five wins.
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