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The sixth event of the all
around, the parallel bars, Gross-
feld was the eleventh man to com-
pete and he pulled 178 out of a
perfect score of 200.
Gagnier had to wait, for he was
the 22nd man to compete. When
his time came he hoisted himself
onto the bars, went through his
routine, leaped from the bars,
made his landing without a falter
and walked off the floor.
The announcer said, "five sec-
onds," the usual waiting period
before the judges give their score.
"Scores", said the announcer, "92,
92, 92, 92," the four judges had
In the championships only the
two middle scores count, 92 and 92
was 184, six points more than
'M' Gym Qualifiers
FREE EXEl1CISE: Ed Gag-
nie h(tie),-Jim Hayslett-
7th, Nick -Wiese-9th.
TRAMPOLINE: Ed Cole-3rd,
Frank Newman-6th (tie).
SIDE HORSE: Ed Gagnier-
2nd, Bob Armstrong-5th, Jim
PARALLEL BARS: Ed Gag-
nier-1st, Jim Hayslett - 8th,
Wayne Warren-10th (tie).
HIGH BAR: Ed Gagnier-4th,
FYING RINGS: Ed Gagnier-
4th, Nick Wiese-5th.
TUMBLING: Ed Gagnier-6th
Top ten men qualify in each
event for today's finals.
Grossfeld's 178, and a co-cham-
Third in the all around was
Sam Baille, of Iowa, fourth was
Don Tonry of Illinois, last year's
all around.champ, and a surprise
fifth was Jim Hayslett of Michi-
gan. Eighth was Nick Wiese of*
In the preliminary events of
the evening Illinois and Michigan
forecasted a nip-and-tuck battle
in today's finals.
Illinois qualified 19 men while
the Wolverines qualified 17 men.
Michigan State seems intent on
making a three team race of the
championships by qualifying 15
Leading the Michigan crew were
Gagnier and Hayslett.
Gagnier who has been ready for
the meet for a week, proved it by
qualifying in six events.
Hopkins, Hanley Break U.S.
Records in Swim Events
WOLVERINE THREAT-On the trampoline is Ed Cole, who was
third top qualifier in last night's preliminaries.
Conference Gymnasts Clash Tonight
As Two Olympic Stars Lead Battle
By AL JONES
The finals of the Big Ten gym-
nastics meet this afternoon at the
I-M Building will bring together
the bestrcollegiate gymnasts in
Local fans will be able to view
two Olympians, a number of de-
fending NCAA and Big Ten titl-
ists, and a score of other top Mid-
Each event will bring together
an outstanding group of gymnasts,
AP Chooses Dees, Howard
To All-Big Ten Cage Team
performing in the colorfully dec-
orated gymnasium before what is
expected to be a capacity crowd of
1,500 or more spectators.
More than half of last year's
champions will be present to de-
fend their titles.
Michigan men rate tops in two
contests. Olympian Ed Gagnier
is the defendin parallel bars cham-
pion, and was the top qualifier in
yesterday's preliminary rounds.
Right behind the Wolverine flash
are Iowa's Sam Bailie, Illinois'
Abie Grossfeld, the other Olympic
veteran, and Don Toney, also of Il-
Ed Cole, a Michigan sophomore,
is one of the top contenders in the
trampoline event that was won
last year by Indiana's Dick Alber-
schardt. With Alberschardt gradu-
ated, the field is open to Cole and
Indiana's Jerry Wright and Iowa's
Joe Tim, who were the top three
In the free exercise, Roland
Brown of Michigan State is back to
defend his 1956 title. The compe-
tition in this skill-demanding
event should be terrific. Three men
placed ahead of Brown in the pre-
liminaries, while Gagnier was tied
This crown could go to any one
of the top Conference gymnasts.
The side horse wo - won last year
by Gavin Blair of Illinois and Sam
Bailie of Iowa. Bailie is back to
defend the title against strong
competition from Wolverine Gag-
nier and Dick Erickson of Minne-
Another returning champion is
Don Leas of Michigan State, who
will protect his flying rings crown.
His chief competition is in Iowa's
Bailie who qualified first yester-
day, and Bob Heil of Illinois and
Gagnier, being qualified in six
of the seven events, could conceiv-
ably turn in a first place perform-
ance in any one of the six.
Illinois' Grossfeld will be the
man to beat on the high bar,
closely followed by teammate Ton-
ry, Iowa's Bailie and Gagnier and
Jim Hayslett of Michigan.
In the tumbling event, Hailand
of Illinois looks like a probable
winner by virtue of a fine per-
formance y e s t e r d a y. However,
Harold Schollenbarger of Ohio,
Mike Karon of Illinois, and Brown
of Michigan State aren't going to
Tarh eels Beat
North Carolina moved into the
finals of the Atlantic Coast Con-
ference tournament last night by
defeating Wake Forest, 61-59.
The undefeated Tarheels need
to cop the ACC tourney to win an
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ter event saw Hopkins finish third.
However, the blond sophomore was
visibly tired from his record-
breaking butterfly effort.
He lost out to State's Paul Rein-
ke and Barry Yap of Indiana, in a
As a result of preliminaries
staged througout the day, aside
from a relay team, MSU entered
the final day of competition with
12 qualifiers, while Michigan was
next with nine and Indiana third
with six. Ohio State followed with
five, four of which were divers.
The one-meter diving saw the
Buckeyes' Glen Whitten and
Frank Fraunfelter take first and
second, respectively, to upset their
Olympic champion teammate, Don
'M' Qualifies Three
Michigan qualified three for the
diving-Dick Kimball, John Narcy
and John Murphy-with Kimball
placing fourth and Narcy fifth.
A pleasant surprise for the Wol-
verines was the third-place per-
formance of Ted Reissing in the
(first three places only)
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1 - Hop-
kins, M; 2 - Honda, Ind; 3 - Dobler,
MSU. Time-2:12.2 (new American,
NCAA and Big Ten record)
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1 - West-
phal, Wis; 2 - Morris, Iowa; 3 - Pat-
terson, MSU. Time - :22.2.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE - I --
Pemberton, NU; 2 - Eversman, Pur-
due; 3 - Reissing, M. Time - 2:10.4.
220-YD. FREESTYLE - 1 - Han-
ley, M; 2. - Wolsey, Ind.; 3 - Cle-
mens, MSU. Time-2:01.5 (new world
American, NCAA and Big Ten record)
100-YD. BREASTSTROKE -. 1..
Reinke, MSU; 2 - Yap,.Ind.; 3 -
Hopkins, M. Time'- 1:03.8.
1 -- METER DIVING - 1 - Whit-
ten, OSU; 2 - Fraunfelter OSU; 3-
Harper, OSU. Points - 458.7.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY --
1 - Morris, Iowa; 2 - Tanabe, Ind.;
3 - Myers, M. Time - 2:09-1.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1
-MSU (Patterson, Fornelle, Clemens,
Parrish); 2 - OSU; 3 - Wisconsin.
Time - 3:25.
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backstroke. Michigan took two
places in this race as Don Adam-
ski finished sixth.
The only other Michigan man,
aside from the relay team, to place
was Fritz Myers, who ended up
third in the 200-yd. individual
medley. Myers also took a third--
in the 1500 meters-on Thursday
The Wolverine relay crew, con-
sisting of Brian Browne, Harri-
son Wehner, Pete Fries and Dick
Mehl, churned its way to a fifth,
The remaining seven events in-
clude the 100-yd. butterfly, the
100-yd. freestyle, 200-yd. breast-
stroke, 100-yd. backstroke, 440-yd.
freestyle, 3-meter diving, and the
... surprise fifth
CHICAGO P) - The winning
combination of scoring and defense
and the fact that nary a senior
earned a first team berth features
the Associated Press' 1957 All-Big
Ten basketball team.
Archie Dees, 6-8 center of Indi-
anai's co-champions, and Ohio
State's Frank Howard were unan-
imous choices. George Kline of
Minnesota, Don Ohl of Illinois and
Jack Quiggle and John Green of
Michigan State made up the first
Named to the second team were
Larry Hedden, Michigan State;
Jed Dommeyer, Minnesota; Harv
Schmidt, Illinois; Ron Kramer,
Michigan; and Dick Neal, Indiana.
Kramer also made last year's sec-
ond team and Neal, another late
comer to stardom, set a Big Ten.
record for field goal accuracy with
a 51.2 percentage on 84 goals in
Dees, the top scorer in the
conference, finished the season
with 550 points for a 25.0 average.
Kline, with an 18.0 average, is
noted for his rebounding.
Green and Howard are considered
the defensive stand-outs of the
conference. Howard was also the
second high scorer with a 20.0
Ohl and Quiggle, the smallest
men on the squad at 6'3", add
speed and outside shooting ability.
Receiving honorable mention
were Bob Litzow, Wisconsin;
George Ferguson, Michigan State;
Joe Ruklick, Northwestern; Bill
Greve, Lamar Lundy and Joe
Campbell, Purdue; Hallie Bryant,
Indiana; Ken Sidle and Gene Mil-
lard, Ohio State; Roger Taylor,
Illinois; George Lee, Michigan;
Dave Tucker, Minnesota; Augie
Martel, Dave Gunther and Clar-
ence Wordlaw, Iowa.
The Michigan Union will sponsor
an expense-paid trip to Purdue
University for five bowlers who
qualify for the Michigan bowling
All those who are interested in
trying out for the team must sign
up at the Union Bowling Alley by
In order to qualify, an eighteen
game playoff will be held. Each
participant will bowl nine games
on March 17, in order to determine
the top ten tryouts.
After the ten men are picked,
there will be a final playoff of nine
free games. The bowlers who post
the top five scores will represent
Michigan at the Big Ten Tourna-
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