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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ichigan

Gymnasts

Face

Navy

Pier

Here

Tonigh

RIO AT CHICAGO TONIGHT:'
vitational Competition Includes'M? Trackmen
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'Big Five' to Pace Wolverine Attack;
Team Hosts Wisconsin Tomorrow

By JIM BENAGH

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ads of stars - old and
re expected to grasp the
as Michigan's thinclads
jeir post-season "after-
several I n v i t a t io n a 1

Coach Don Canham announced
yesterday that Michigan will be
represented in three coming in-
doer spectacles, where individual
honors displace team scores.
Action begins tonight at Chi-
cago. where rendan O'Reilly,

International Student Association

Presents

''LAT'IN NIGHT"

Eeles Landstrom and Doug Kyle
meet a terrific array of talent in
the annual Chicago Daily News
Relays.
O'Reilly, the popular Irish high
jumper, is the only member from
'this year's track squad, competing.
The one-time Big Ten champ
(outdoors, 1956) is expected to be
matched against Illinois' Ernie
Haisley, who set the conference
indoor mark last year.
Landstrom in Action
Landstrom is one of the favor-
ite pole vaulters to enter the meet.
The ineligible junior has been
touring the tough indoor invita-
tional circuit all season - and
has a 14'91" jump to his credit.
Like O'Reilly and Landstrom,
Kyle also is an international stu-
dent and a former Olympian. The
Canadian graduate student will
compete in his specialty, the two-
mile run.
Five Olympic winners are list-,
ed, including all time great, miler
Ron Delany who might contest
'the world indoor record.
The Villanova Irishman wrote
O'Reilly recently that "I might

run for a record at Chicago, since
it's one of my last indoor meets
in America."
The two Irishmen once were
teammates on the Dublin track
club.
Delany just missed the record
4:03.6 last year at the Daily News
Relays. He was timed at 4:03.8
on the 11-laps-to-a-mile track.
Michigan freshman stars will
get into the action next weekend
when Canham sends his yearlings
'to Cleveland and Hamilton, Ont.,
for invitationals.
Cleveland Next
Listed for the Cleveland Knights
of Columbus Friday meet is Dave
Martin, who set a Michigan fresh-
man record of 1:55.4 earlier this
season. He will participate in the
1000-yd. run.
Mamon Gibson, Pete Stanger,
Landstroih, O'Reilly and Kyle also
received invitations and are ex-
pected to compete.
The Hamilton Highlanders will
host several Wolverine freshmen
and upperclassmen the following
evening in Canada's finest indoor
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Hoosier Five
Tests, Irish
By The Associated Press
Indiana, the Cinderella team in
the Big Ten this year, will be
shooting for more glory and re-
venge tonight in the NCAA mid-
east regional playoffs at Lexing-
ton, Ky.
The Hoosiers, who overcame a
dismal start to win the Western
Conference crown, take; on their
up-state rival Notre Dame, a team
that already holds one victory
over them this season.
Highlight of the game may be
an individual scoring dual between
Big Ten scoring leader Archie Dees
and the Irish's sensational junior
forward, Tom Hawkins. Both were
named to the AP's All America.
Kentucky, Southeastern Confer-
ence champ for the 19th time,
collides with Miami of Ohio in
another Lexington clash.
In anbther top game in the
NCAA circuit, Cincinnati will
challenge its national ranking
(2nd in AP) against Kansas State,
the third-rated quintet.
Temple will place its 23-game
win streak, the longest of the'
major colleges, on the block to
upset-powerhouse Maryland-the
Frank Meriwell team that won
out in the Atlantic Coast Confer-
ence over the strong North Caro-
lina teams.

By CHUCK KOZOLL
Michigan's "Big Five" will bear
the brunt of the load as the Wol-
verines engage Navy Pier and Wis-
consin in a weekend of home
gymnastics competition.
Navy Pier invades' the I-M
Building tonight with events
scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. and
Wisconsin will face the host Wol-
verines tomorrow at 2:30 p.m.
All-around, performers Wolf
Dozauer, Barry Feinberg, Jim
Hayslett, Nino Marion and Al Stall
will provide the depth needed to
counteract a strong Navy Pier
contingent. Guided by Bennie
Montcalm in his first year of
coaching-the Chicago team has
accumulated wins over Indiana,
Wisconsin ,and Northwestern.
Dangerous men from the Pier
are Paul Magierek and Ernie
Porps who have performed well
on the still rings. They also have
two versatile artists in Bill Simms
and Ray Schemeissing.
Simms Perform
Simms is exceptionally capable
on the parallel bars while Sche-
meissing, only a freshman, has
proved himself on the high bar.
Co-captains Bob Bowen and Dale
Karls of Wisconsin are touted to PRO
provide the majority of the Badger Loke
scoring threat tomorrow. Karls, seco:
noted Wolverine Coac~h Newt toda,
Loken, is particularly impressive,
as he performs in the different.,Th
European 'style in the free exer- be able
cise, side horse, high bar, parallel meet.,
bars and still rings events. mentei
Injury Healing In+
Still on the questionable list is Loken
Captain Ed Gagnier, who is slowly have d
returning to competing condition. makei
EYE NCAA SWIM CROWN:

-Daily-Eric Arnold
IMISING NEWCOMER-Barry Feinberg has bolstered Newt
en's gym team since joining the squad at the beginning of the
nd semester.Feinberg is expected to score in the side horse in
vy's meet with Navy ier.

4ODONTO BALL

e team and I h'ope he witI
e to compete in the Big Ten
Only time will tell," com-
d Loken.
evaluating team strength,
-noted that all of they men
lone an outstanding job to
up for the gap left by Gag-

nier. Especially commended by
him were the improvements made
by Bill Skinner in tumbling and
Barry Feinberg on the high bar.
Adding to the meet color to-
morrow will be Carolyn Osborne,
who will put on a free exercise
demonstration.

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Victorious in their own confer-
ence swim meets, North Carolina
and Oklahoma now set their
sights on Ann Arbor and the
NCAA championships, M a r c h
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weekend in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Schiffman's win in the 440-yd.
freestyle was one of the most de-
cisive victories in the meet, with
the Tarheel swimmer surpassing
his closest opponent by 35 yards.
Mediocre Time
With a lack of competition,
Schiffman turned in a mediocre
time of 4:53.3, compared with the
4:37.6 winning time of Bill Steuart
in the Big Ten battle. The North
Carolina junior's other wins came
in the 220-yd. freestyle and 1,500
meter events.
Backing up the Tarheel contin-
gent' was Walt Rose who churned
the 100-yd., freestyle with the top
time of ,:52.1. In the same event
in the Big Ten dual, Michigan's
Dick Hanley sped the distance in
:50.5.
Butterfly swimmer for North
Carolina, Mac Machaffy aided
his team's cause with a victory in
the 100-yd. butterfly, traversing
the course in :60.7. Bettering this
effort by almost seven seconds
was Wolverine Tony. Tashnick,

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Ten meet.
In a lopsided meet, Oklahoma
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last week in Ames, Iowa by scor-
ing 179 points to 88%2 for its near-
est rival, Iowa State. Part of the
Sooner romp were' the 13 first
places carded by Matt Mann's
crew, along with ten record break-
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Sooners Romp
Instrumental in the Sooner rout
were Iick Thatcher, Carlyn Cru-
zan, and Larry Lermo who scored
double victories. Thatcher was
tops in both the 100 and 200-yd.
butterfly contests with Cruzan
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both the 100- and 200-yd. breast-
stroke events.
Lermo cracked, the existing
mark in the 400-yd. freestyle and
the '1,500 meter races. An addi-
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Farrell in the 220-yd. freestyle.
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The flip decided which team
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first game, since they were tied
for second place in the final
standings.
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Eastern Division
W L GB
Boston 49 23 0
Syracuse 41 31 3
Philadelphia 37 35 12
New York 35 37 14
Western Di~ision
W L GB
St. Louis ' 41 31 0
Detroit 33 39 9
Cincinnati . 33 39
Minneapolis 19 53 22

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