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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8,195'

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PAGE SEVEN

Gym,

TrackI

Annual Michigan AAU Relays Highlight
Owen in Shot-Put, Murchison in Sprints

COACH AND CO-CAPTAINS-Co-captains Nick Wiese (middle)
and Wayne Warren will face defending Big Ten and NCAA
Champion Illinois in Big Ten competition today. Coach Newt
Loken is shown at left.
INDIANA TOMORROW:
'M' Gymnasts To Meet

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By AL JONES
This is the big day for coach
Newt Loken and his Wolverine
gymnasts. .
Tonight it will be their privilege
to play host to the reigning Big
Ten and NCAA Gymnastics
nChamps, the thus far unbeaten 11-
lini. The meet. will take place at
the Sports Building at 8 p.m. to-
night. I-D cards will provide ad-
mission for all students.
Illinois has held the Big .Ten
championship for the past seven
seasons, and added the national
title last winter.
Nevertheless, the Wolverines
don't have the usual dread of the
4 fighting Illini. Actually, it is
Michigan which has the recordto
defend. Last winter when the two
* squads met, it was Michigan who
emerged victorious, with a 57-55
Striumph.
Since that time Michigan has
built up an 11-straight winning
streak, going. undefeated in dual-
meet competition. During this span
Loken's boys placed second to the
revenge-hungry Illinois team in
the 1956 Conference Meet.
Look for 12th Win
Therefore, one might well con-
sider tonight's meet as a grudge
battle for both teams. lyichigan
is hoping for a 12th straight dual-
meet victory, Illinois is seeking
revenge for their only blemish
during the 1955-56 season, and
both squads are undefeated this
year, and striving for a perfect
season.
This meet might take on the

aspects of a two-man battle. Both
teams boast a fine Olympic gym-
nast on their rosters. The Wol-
verine, of course, is the Canadian
standout Ed Gagnier. This will be
Gagnier's first meet this season
for Michigan, since his trip to Mel-
bourne kept him out of school
last semester.
The Illinois gymnast who Gag-
vier last saw in Australia is soph-
omore Abbie Grossfield. The two
will meet tonight in the high bars,
Sparallel bars, and- free exercise
Sevents.
Top Illini
Other top Illini are Don Tonry,
Big Ten and NCAA all-around
champion, and tumblers Frank
Hailan and Mike Karon. Wolver-
ne sophomore Jim Hayslett, a
sparkling performer so far this
year, will be called on for the dif-
ficult task of opposing Tonry in
the all-around event.
Looming as a second challenge;
is pa 4 p.m. meet with Indiana to-
morrow afternoon. Exhausted as
the Wolverines may be after Il-
linois, they will have to be on
their toes again. Indiana is no
pushover in Big Ten gym circles,
having defeated Northwestern and
Minnesota in much the same man-
ner as Michigan did.
The Wolverines are all in top
shape according to Loken, except
for the two co-captains. Nick
Wiese is bothered by a heel bruise,
while Wayne Warren is still suf-
fering a back ailment. However,
they will both be in action this
weekend.

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