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FRIDAY, MARCH 22,1957

THE MICHIGAN IDAlrlrX

F~iDAY, a ARC v2, 1957 TiF MTCHUaA1 lATV

PAN'E SEVEN

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NCAA

Gymnastics

Meet

To

Open

at

Annapolis

Illinois Favored To Capture
Third Straight Gym Crown

f By AL JONES
The best collegiate gymnasts in
the country are at Annapolis
where the NCAA Gymnastics
Championships begin today.
The preliminary rounds will be
held this afternoon at 2 and to-
night at 8, with the finals in all
of the events starting tomorrow
afternoon at 2. The meet is being
held on the grounds of the Naval
Academy.
Illinois, the gymnastics power-
house of collegiate circles, will be
going for -its third straight title
today and tomorrow.
The *Illini have participated in
every NCAA gym meet, since the
Spring Sports
Schedules Set
The Department of Athletics at
the University has released the
schedules of the track, golf, and
tennis meets to be held this
Spring. They are as follows:
TRACK
-April-
13-Penn. & Quantico Marines at
Quantico, Va.
.20-Ohio Relays at Columbus, Ohio
26-27-Drake and Penn Relays at Des
Moines and Philadelphia.
-May-
4-Marquette and Western Michigan
at Milwaukee, Wisconsin
11-Illinois at Champaign, Ill.
17-Ohio State at Columbus, Ohio
.24-25 Big Ten Meet at Evanston, Il-
linois.
-June
14-15 N.C.A.A. Meet at Houston, Texas
TENNIS
-April-
$--Emory University at Atlanta,
Georgia.
9-Georgia at Athens. Georgia.
10--Georgia Tech. at Atlanta, Georgia.
25--University of Detroit at Detroit,
Michigan.
-May-
2-Western Michigan at Kalamazoo,
Mich.
3-NORTHWESTERN U. at ANN AR-
BOR, 2:00 p.m.
4-PURDUE UNIVERSITY at ANN
ARBOR, 2:00 p.m.
9-University of Wisconsin at Madi-
son, 'Wis.
10-NOTRE DAME at ANN ARBOR,
2:00 p.m.
11-OHIO STATE U. at ANN ARBOR,
1:00 p.m.
13-Michigan State University at East
Lansing.
17-Indiana University at Blooming-
ton, Ind.
18-University of Illinois at Cham-
paign, Illinois.
23-24-25 Conference Tournament at
Evanston, Ill.
-June-
16-22-National Collegiate at Salt
Lake City, Utah.
GOLF
-April-
11-University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
12-Duke University at Durham,
North Carolina.
22-UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT AT
ANN ARBOR.
27-Purdue-Ohio--Indiana at Col-
umbus, Ohio.
-May-
4-Purdue-Ohio at Lafayette, Indi-
ana.
11-PURDUE-OHIO-M.S.U. at Ann
Arbor.
13-Michigan State University at East .
Lansing.
24-25--Conference Meet at Iowa City-
Iowa.

first one in 1938, and have never
placed lower than third. Their
record stands at seven titles, four
seconds and three thirds.
Just before World War II they
won four titles in a row, but after
a four-year period when there
were no meets held, Illinois
couldn't grab another champion-
ship until 1950.
Judging by the depth that Illi-
nois showed in the Big Ten meet,
and the fact that they have a full
team here, they should have no
trouble in annexing another title.
Second Place Open
Second place is up for grabs
among Penn State, Florida State
and Michigan. Penn State ranks
as the top team in the East this
season, with some very good men
in a variety of events.
Both Florida State and Michi-
gan have strong teams at Anna-
polis. With three men, Florida was
able to place third in the Mid-
west Open last December against
full teams from most of the Big
Ten schools. Now Florida has a
full team at Annapolis, and might
give Illinois a tough time.
Michigan's team consists of
three men, Ed Gagnier, Ed Cole
and Jim Hayslett. All three have
the potential to walk off with
high honors in any of several
events.
Michigan placed fifth last year,
with Gagnier scoring all of the
Wolverine points. This season,
with Cole and Hayslett in good
shape, Michigan should finish
higher.
Ah, Romance
VIENNA (P') - Czechoslova-
kia's Red rulers relented to Cu-
pid yesterday.
They gave permission for
Harold Connolly, America's
Olympic hammer throw cham-
pion, to marry comely Olga
F i k o t o v a, Czechoslovakia's
Olympic discus champion. It
was a difficult decision because
it means the American will car-
ry off the country's only Olym-
pic medal winner.

'M'Tankmen
To Perforn
Tomorrow
The Etobicoke Swim Club from
Toronto, Canada, and the Indian-
apolis Athletic Club will furnish
outstanding competition for Mich-
igan's tankmen tomorrow at 2:30
p.m. in the varsity pool.
The meet will serve as a tuneup
for Michigan, which will compete
in NCAA championships at the
University of North Carolina on
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
of next week.
Michigan's breast stroke star,
Cy Hopkins will face stiff com-
petition in Jo-Jo MacInnes, the!
mainstay of the Canadians. Mac-
Innes defeated Hopkins in Canada
several summers ago, but his im-
provement hasn't been as marked
as that of the Wolverine's swim-
mer.
Hoosier Stars
Top performers from Iridianap-
olis include Frank McKinney, Bill
Barton, and Mike Troy. McKin-
ney, a top-notch back stroker just
recently returned to competition
after sustaining injuries in an
auto accident. Barton ranks high
in the butterfly event and is a
member of the relay quartet.
Dick Hanley, the second mem-
ber of Michigan's record-breaking
duo will probably tangle with Troy
in the 220-yd. event that promises
to be one of the more exciting con-
tests of the exhibition meet.

By The Associated Press
LAKELAND, Fla.-Frank Lary's
airtight pitching set the stage for
Detroit's 9-2 exhibition victory
over Washington yesterday.
The stocky righthander allowed
only three hits in the six innings
he pitched, while shutting out the
Senators in the run column.
* C *
MESA, Ariz.--Ernie Banks' two
home runs gave the Chicago Cubs
a 5-4 win over the Cleveland In-
dians.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--The New
York Giants scored a pair of runs
off Mike Fornelles in the seventh
inning to edge Baltimore, 2-1.

IN GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE:
Tigers, Cubs, Giants, Braves Triumph

CLEARWATER, Fla. - Cincin- Chicago White Sox which scored
nati outlasted Philadelphia, 13-10, four runs in the bottom of the
although the Phillies hit four cir- eighth to earn a 10-7 victory.
cuit clouts to the winners' one. * * " *
* * * ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - St.
Louis jolted New York's Johnny
TAMPA, Fla.-Milwaukee held Kucks for four runs and a 9-2
on long enough to halt a surging win over the Yankees.
U1=

ED COLE
.in Annapolis
NCAA Cage
Eliminations
Near Climax
KANSAS CITY (/P) - The na-
tion's top-ranked cage powers,
North Carolina's Tar Heels and
the Kansas Jayhawks, have been
installed as the favorites in semi-
final games of the National Col-
legiate Basketball Tournament to-
night.
Coach Frank McGuire's North
Carolina team, featuring All
American Lennie Rosenbluth in a
perfect season record of 30 vic-
tories and voted the nation's No.
one team, is favored by five points
or more over Michigan State. in
the first game at 7:30.
Kansas, and its All American,
Wilt Chamberlain, are favored
over the San Francisco Dons.
Municpial Auditorium's 10,000
seats have been sold for weeks.
All four teams worked out in the
auditorium Friday and each coach
declared his team in "100 per cent
physical condition."
Among them, Coach Forddy An-
derson of Michigan State, who
previously took Bradley University
teams to two NCAA tournaments,

DICK HANLEY
...faces stiff competition

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