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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Blues Take Gym
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(Don't Forget to Ask for Mario) . The Blues, led by Captain Ed
Gagnier trounced the Maize, 87%.i.
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____ gymnastics meet held in the I-M
Building.
Gagnier paced the gymnasts
with five firsts in nine events and
scored 38 of his team's total out-
qe M chigan Da l yput.
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monies for the crowd.
Judging the entrants were Neil
Mattinen, a former gymnast from
Windsor, Howard Patthoff, Ann
Arbor High gym coach, Bob Wil-'
loughby, Eastern Michigan's, gym
coach and Jack Birchfield a
former 'M' tumbler. .
Announcing the meet was Sam
Dudley, described by Loken as a
"foremost gymnast."
The meet started with the Free
Exercise in which Gagnier's team
led by the Windsor senior took
the first three places.
Next came the trampoline in
which Big Ten Champion Ed Cole
retained his supremacy with 183
out of a possible 200 points.
Gagnier then proceededtto show
why ,he tied for the Conference
all-around title' by sweeping four
firsts in the high bar, side horse,
parallel bars, and still rings.
Dozaur Takes Event
Sophomore Wolfgang Dozaur
of the Blue squad copped the long
horse with a 272 score. Dozaur ac-
cumulated 21 points during the
evening to finish second to Gag-
nier.
Third high point man for the
evening was Junior Jim Hayslett
with 181/z points including a first
in the tumbling event with a score
of 260.
The ninth first' went to Dana
Larson who copped the rope
climbing event for the Maize with
an exceptional time of 4.3 seconds,
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Boston 112, Detroit 90
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-Daily-Ronald Sosl
A LONG WAYS-Michigan reserve fullback Tony Rio (37) reach-
ing for Tom Kendrick4 in Indiana game. Rio, a junior, may see
more action against Ohio State. With fullbacks John Herrnstein
and Jim Byers doubtful, Michigan will rely on Gene Sisinyak and
Rio.
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Injury Rdden Wolverin]es
Drill in Secrecy for OSU

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Line Coach Jack Blott was the
first member of the Michigan
coaching staff to poke his head
outside the door from Yost Field-
house during the semi-blizzard
yesterday.
Hle said : "It's nice out, it should
be fun." At this point the players
who were gathered around the
door picked up their parka's and
gloves and headed outside.
At the cry of "closed practice
session," however, the newspaper-
men, well wishers, alumni, etc.
were sort of violently invited to
stay inside.
Although there wasn't a maze of
snow and a big wind inside, one
could almost diagnose how the
Wolverines stand just watching
the players file out.
Van Pelt Taped
Varsity quarterback Jim Van
Pelt was the first question mark
to come out. He came out hobbling
with a lot of tape wrapped around
hisinjured knee.
As for fullback John Herrnstein,
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would see action. Adding to Oos-
terbaan's fullback troubles is the
fact that Jim Byers is also a big
question mark. Byers has been
having recurrent trouble with his
ankles.
This leaves Oosterbaan with two
fullbacks, Gene Sisinyak and Tony
Rio, the latter of whom has seen
little action.
Oosterbaan is far from Opti-
mistic. ,We are very weak because
of injuries to our key men," he
remarked.
Along with Herrnstein, Byers,
and Van Pelt, center Gene Snider
is also a doubtful player because'
of a recurring knee injury.
Closed Practice Today
Today's practice which will also
be closed so that the reporters
don't catch colds for the game will
last about a half hour with kick-
offs and kickoff returns being em-
phasize&.'
The latest word from Columbus
is that Dion Clark, thae Buckeyes'
sensational left-halfback will be,
ready to play tomorrow,
Woody Hayes and his Rose Bowl
bound squad are expected to work'
out in Columbus Friday morning,
fly to Detroit in the afternoon and
stay at the Dearborn Inn Friday
night.

Trader Frank Lane, back in the American League only a wee
was left holding the bag in the winter's first big exchange of playe
in the majors.... Lane's arrival at Cleveland was heralded as beir
the first step in producing a wild trading winter for the league . . .b
when the first "big one" was pulled off, he wasn't in on it . ... Lar
was reportedly interested in obtaining Billy Martin for the Indiar
and don't be surprised if he still makes a pitch for him . . . One thi
is for sure . . . Lane .will have his day . . . he doesn't play secox
fiddle for long.
Tiger fans are getting a quick demonstration of Martin's fle:
temperament . .. always a fast man with a buck,.the infielder
demanding a cash settlement from Kansas City . . , he says the A
are getting several first line players that should improve the tea
in exchange for his services and he wants some money for the proj
Kansas City is making on his market value.
Steve Boros May Surprise .
Reports from Mexico indicate that another Detroit player, e
Michigan star Steve Boros, may be in the thick of the team's infie:
battle next spring .. . "Senor" Boros is playing shortstop for tY
Mexico City Reds in 'one of they winter circuits south of the bord(
and hitting close to,..300
nWhat a difference a year can make. . . Last fall Ohio Sta
Coach \Woody Hayes was described as the "badman" of college too
ball and a corrupter of young men when the Buckeyes were slappe
on a year's probation by the NCAA... today Hayes is hailed as "one c
the greatest coaches in collegiate football," and as being like a fath(
to his players . .. Yes, a year-and a few victories-can make
whale of a difference!
Speaking of college coaches, Murray Warmath is on the griddle F
Minnesota . .. The Gophers were supposed to go to the Rose Bo'
this year, or so the Minnesotans were told in the pre-season size-ul:
and their disappointihg showing hasn't endeared Warmath in th
hearts of the Gophers' supporters .. . Forest Evashevski may gE
walking papers at Iowa . . . He's too outspoken to suit the Iowar
Wally Maxwell on T V...
Local hockey fans will get a look at tlie Russian version of tY
sport when a touring Soviet team takes on the Whitby Dunlaps :
Toronto tonight.. the game can be seen over CKLW-Channel 9 f
9:30 p.m... . playing for Whitby will be Wally Maxwell, ex-Michiga
star, who would have been a senior here this year . . . Maxwell qu
Michigan after twice running afoul with the NCAA on eligibilit
matters... Whitby is a Canadian semi-pro outfit
Speaking of hockey, colorful Vic Heyliger, who guided the Wolve:
ines to the NCAA tournaments for nine straight seasons until quittin
his coaching post last spring, will return here soon to M.C. the annu
post-season football bust in Detroit.
Look for Michigan State to run up a big score tomorrow again
Kansas State ... The Spartans want to show everybody they ar
really worthy of the top ranking . . Ohio State, ranked third th
week by the AP in the race for the mythical honor, disputes the Spa
tans claim to the position and will try to prove it tomorrow.
Horace Stone ham's Problem .
Now that some of the excitement of the franchise shifts in base
ball has simmered down, here's a hope that Horace Stopeham will nf
let the Giants continue on their skid downhill in San Francisco .
when Stoneham took over the team from his father in the thirties, ti
Giants were one of the most lucrative franchises in the game . .. b
under Horace's guidance the team fell off both at the gate and o
the field and, above all, he let the Polo Grounds go to rack and rui
without making any provision for a home for the ball club ... so h
moved 3,000 miles ... he can't run any farther west now!
Another side in the Billy Martin deal . . . it appears the Tige:
are abiding by the old "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em" adage ...1The
recently signed Tommy. Henrich, another ex-Yankee, as first bas
coach . . including Martin, they now have six former Yanks.
Quote of the week . . Biggie Munn, Michigan State's athlet
director .. . "We won't run up a big score against Kansas State. W
don't do that sort of thing.". ... Oh, yal We'll see tomorrow.

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Pace, Van Pelt
Seek Honors
In Conference
With the Buckeyes of Ohio'State
in complete possession of the Big
Ten crown, the spotlight will cen-
ter on individual stars when Ohio
meets Michigan Saturday.
Jim Pace will settle the indi-
vidual scoring title with Don Clark,
who will return to the Ohio line-
up after sitting out the Iowa game.
The two halfbacks are tied with
48 points apiece with Walt kowal-
czyk holding third place with 42
Quarterback Jim Van Pelt will
be vieing for passing honors in the
Conference as he attempts to sur-
pass Jim Ninowski of MSU who
completed his Big Ten career last
Saturday. Ninowski ended the
campaign with 29 completions in
48 tosses for a 450 yard total and
four touchdowns.
With one game left, Van Pelt
has completed 25 of 53 passes for
358 yards' and six TD's.
Clark will also be seeking the
rushing title as he attempts to
beat out Dan Lewis, speedy Wis-
consin halfback. Present statistics
show the Ohio star leading Lewis,
515 to 433 yards. Pace also re-
mains in the running in third spot
with 420 yards to his credit.

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