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JANUARY, 1965

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CONTENTS THE EDITOR ......... .... .. .............Glenn Sundby 5 ........................ .......................... ..................... 6 YMPIC REPORT : .. .. ..................................... 6 UlTS ................................ ........................ 8 ' ''''" .. • .,.~ · ~IU_"""' I ...... RESULTS ~ . ~ _ ____ ._____ ___ _. ____ .___._____ __.____ 10 RSE RESULTS ................................... ............. 12 l TS .................................. ....................... ... 14 ~ln rl'C'E RESULTS ....... ................. ........... .......... . 16 lEL BAR RESULTS ....................................... ..... 18 n ur" LJ.J'" AL BAR RESULTS : ............. .... ............. ......... 20 ALL-AROUND GYMNASTIC STATISTICS ............ 22 """ ........VSKA ................................................. ....... ....... .28 TEAM RESULTS ... ............... ............................ : ...30 R EXERCISE RESULTS ..... ...... ......................, .......32 o SE VAULT RESULTS .: .............. ..............................34 LANCE BEAM RESULTS ..........................................36 EVEN PARALLEL RESULTS ....................................38 WOMEN'S ALL-AROUND GYMNASTIC STATISTICS ........40 MG IN EX FOR' 1964 ............................ A. Bruce Frederick 48 QUESTIONS AND POINTERS ............................Art Shurlock 50 LETTERS .. ................................................................... ....... 50


SPECIAL OLYMPIC REPORT . OLYMPIC EDITIO With this special edition of the Modern Gymnast we have attempted to bring you the most complete photo and statistic coverage ever published on an international gymnastic event. The photos in this edition were taken by Richard Hallen and your editor with the exception of the color center photo. The center color photo of Vera Caslavska was taken by Edwin Allan Arndt, professional photographer at the Tokyo Hilton. .

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COVER: The cover painting of Yukio Endo was commissioned especially for this Olympic edition of The Moq.ern Gymnast thru the J apanese Artists Association, Wada-Shin , Secretary-GeneraL The Artist is Miss Kimie Matsu'ura, a trained Japanese style painter, who is very interested in sports art. She called upon Ill'. Endo and sketched him in preparation for this painting. Miss Kimie Matsu'ura of Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa-ken, Japan, studied under Shunko Mochizuki and has won many prizes in Iational exhibitions. Twice ational she has received 1st prize in the Athletic Art Contest and was awarded the gold medal in the Asia Olympic, art contest. Miss Matsu'ura is also a member of the Japan Sports Art Association.

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STATISTICS: Past issues of the Modern Gymnast have carried numerous research notes which have provided us with some picture of a "typical" gymnast. For comparison's sake, we offer the followin g information derived from official Olympic statistics : The average height of the Male gymnasts was 167 centimeters (cm.) or about 5'6ljz". The top ten all-around men averaged slightly shorter, 165 cm. (5'5" ) . The "average" gymnast weighed in at 63.6 kilograms (kg. ) or about 140 pounds. The top ten were slightly lighter, 61.7 kg. (136 lb. ). There wa.s little difference between the overall average age and the average age of the top ten performers, 25.3 years versus 25.7 years. In addition it was of interest to note that the yo ungest male performer was Makoto Sakamoto (USA) while the oldest was Josy Stoffel (Luxembourg). The tallest competitor among the men was Frederick E. Trainer of Australia who was 6' and the shortest was' Demetrio T. Pastrana of the Philippines l5'). Looking at the women, we find their average height to be 158 cm. (5'2"), their average weight to be 52.7 kg. (116 lb. )', and their average age to be 21.8 years. The top ten women gymnasts in the all-around competition were, on the average, the same height (158 cm.), somewhat heavier (53.8 kg. or about 117.5) and were almost three years older (25.1 years). ' . ' The youngest woman competing was Djamileh Sora uri of Iran (14) and the oldest was Sofia Muratova of the .S.S.R. at 35. Miss Sorouri was also the shortest woman competing (4'9ljz") and Salme Koskinen of Finland the tallest (5'7ljz") . For the above statistics and those that follow in the M.G. yo ur editor is grateful to Dick Criley (former P enn State gymnast and assistant to coach, Gene Wettstone and now a graduate student at CLA) who spent many' hours sifting thru and organizing the reams of IBM reports your editor brought back from Japan. In these statistics we have printed every compulsory and optional score as well as the placing in each event of every competitor in the 1964; Olympic Gymnastic Competition. There are many other possibilities to be arrived at such as team averages, high and low men averages, team consistency etc. Dick will be working on more statistics for the next edition. In the meantime maybe you can figure out many stimulating statistics and " what if's" for yo ur own use until then .

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THE MODERN GYMNAST is published by American Ph ys ical Fitness Research Institute, Inc. , 410 Broadway, Santa Manica, California. Second class postalle pa id at Santa Monica, Cal if. Published monthly ex cept June, August and October which ore combined with the previous month's issue. Price $4.50 per year, sac single copy. Subscription correspondence , THE MODERN GYMNAST, P. O. Box 61 1, Santa Monica , Cal ifornia. Copyright 1965 by AMERICAN PHYSICAL FITNESS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC. , 410 Broadway, Santa Monica, Califo rn ia. All pictures and manuscripts submitted become the property of THE MODERN GYMNAST unles a return reQuest and sufficient postage are included.

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NEW BOSS! On December 19th at 8 P.M . at the First Baptist Church, West Los An ge les, Dr. William C. Thomas and Dr. Raymond Bach united Barbara Bach and Glenn Marlin Sundby in marriage. Acting as best man for your editor was lon g time buddy, Herb Shriner and assisting in the wedding party we re Richard Hallen and Frank Bare with John Bach , George Hardy and Jim Beasley as ushers. Miss Carolyn Bailey served as maid of honor for Barbara with Cindy Ba ch and Patty Hard y a ~ junior bridesmaids. Amon g the guests attending the ceremony and reception were Art Shurlock, Jerry Todd , Charlie Simms and Van Dixon to mention just a few of the gymnast ic personalities who were on hand to wish the co uple we ll , (and to kiss the you ng bride!). With the wedd in g, honeymoon , Christmas, Western Gymnastic Clinic, New Years and all the work on this special Olympic Edition we are a bit late with th is issue . . . however your editor is back on full time at the MG office working on the next edition and Barbara has resumed teaching Girls Physical Education at Peary Junior Hi gh.

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one of the special timing used for the balance beam events. These clocks I it up to show undertime or over-

Above right: Mr. Kondo, FIG representati ve from Japan seated as an honored guest in the Royal Box with the Princess and party. At right: IBM 1050 Systems served as data input terminals during the Tokyo Olympic Games. From these typewriter-like dev ices the scores, estab li shed by Games officials were transmitted to the Olympic Dat a Center for processing, editing and re-transmission to all event sites where they wer e printed for distribu t ion to newsmen, officials and athletes. Below: D ick Hallen , Frank Bare and Bill Meade outside t he Tokyo stadium pose f or an MG snapsh ot by the editor .

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Winni ng Teams: Japan, USSR, and Germany

MEN'S TEAM RESULTS XVIII OLYMPIC GAMES, OCT. 18-22, 1964 TOKYO, JAPAN TEAM CLASSIFICATION, MEN S.H. Rings L.H . P.B:

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47.80 . 47.90 95.70 1

48.25 48. 15 96.40 1

48.25 48.35 96.60 1

48.40 48.35 96.75 1

48.30 48.10 96.40 2

289.00 288.95 577.95

47.85 47.95 95.80 2

47.20 47.10 94 .30 2

47 .90 48.15 96.05 2

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48 .20 48.40 96.60 1

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45.95 47.05 93.00 3

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47.20 47.55 94.75 4

46.60 47 .25' 93.85 6

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46.00 46.65 92.65 5

46 .60 47.05 93.65 4

46.40 47.50 93.90 12

47.50 47.45 94 .95 3

46.25 46 .65 92.90 8

278.70 282.20 560.90

46.55 e. 47.10 O. 93 .65 T. 5 P. 6 CZECHOSLOVAK IA 45.95 C: 46.50 O. 92.45 T. 7 P. 7 U.S.A. 45 .50 46.80 O. 92.30 T. 8 P. 8 FINLAND 46.60 e. 47.25 O. T. 93.85 P. 4 9 H.U NGARY 46.35 C. 45.30 O. 91.65 T. 10 P. 10 BULGARIA 45.20 e. 46.40 O. 91.60 T. 12 p'" 11 YUGOSLAV e. 45.35 O. 45.35 T. 90.70 P. 13 12 RUMAN IA 45.95 e. 45 .95 O. 91.90 T. 9 P.

46.45 44.65 91.10 11

46.20 46.35 92.55 6

47.40 47.20 94.60 7

47.05 46.30 93.35 7

46.95 47 .30 94.25 3

280.60 278.90 559 .50

45.05 46 .55 91.60 9

45.85 46.60 92.45 7

46.85 47 .80 94.65 6

46.80 47.15 93.95 5

46.40 46.65 93 .05 7

276.90 281.25 558.15

46.35 46.00 92 .35 7

46.30 46.70 93.00 5

46.65 47.55 94.20 10

46.70 46. 10 92.80 11

46. 10 46.20 92 .30 11

277.60 279.35 556.95

46.50 46 .20 92.70 4

44 .35 45.25 89 .60 12

47.15 47 .70 94.85 5

46.30 47.00 93 .30 8

46. 10 45.80 91.90 1'2

277 .00 279.20 556.20

45.60 45.10 90.,70 12

45.70 45 .90 91.60 9

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46 .80 46.60 93.40 6

46 .95 47.05 94 .00 5

278.45 277.25 555.70

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45.40 46.05 91.45 10

46.95 47.45 94.40 8

46.25 46.30 92.55 13

46.90 47.15 94.05 4

276.50 279. 15 555.65

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46.80 46.50 1>3.30 8

46 .00 46.80 92 .80 10

276.55 278.25 554.80

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46.30 46 .55 92.85 9

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45.75 45.95 91 .70 8

42.15 43.60 85.75 14

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44.60 45.90 90.50 14

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42.60 39.90 82.50 16

41.45 43.20 84.65 15

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42.00 44.10 86.10 16

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41.25 41.55 82.80 15

38.70 40.75 79.45 17

46.05 45.65 91.70 16

43.00 44 .55 87.55 16

41.45 42.85 84.30 17

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32.15 30.45 62.60 18

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245.50 247.55 493.05

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35 .70 30.50 66.20 17

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42.95 43.75 86.70 18

33.85 37.25 71.10 18

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FLOOR EXERCISE MEN'S FINALS FLOOR EXERCISE INDIVIDUAL FINALS Place Name Country F.S. I Menichelli , Franco Ital y 9.80 2 Lisitsky, Victor U.S.S.R. 9.70 2 Endo, Yukia Japan 9.65 4 Leonty ev, Victor U.S.S.R. 9.60 5 Mitsukurl , Takashl Japan 9 :50 6 Tsapenko, Yury U.S.S.R. 9.25 F..S. (Finals Score), C.O.A. (Compul sory & tine A vera g e gOing into Finals)

e.O.A. Total 9.650 19.450 9 .650 19.350 9 .700 19.350 9.600 19.200 9.60"0 19. 100 9.600 18.850 Optional Rou-

FLOOR EX: Front hand spring, front flip walk out, round off back handsprin g back full twist % turn Swedi sh fall, full twist stand up (on one leg) side scale, % turn run round off back flip % twist walkout, front hand sprin g walk-over (leaving hands on fl oor ). ki ck back to back walk over, lh turn to stand run round off lay Qut side somersault (legs straddle) Swedish fall , snap up to hop step turn cartwheel to di ve cartwheel with % turn, dive back handsprin g % turn front hand spring walkout forward step gaining back handsprin g to front leaning res t, snap to head sprin g with % turn to immediate split, straight strai ght . press (legs split) tu ck forward roll , roundoff , flip , flop layout back.

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SIDE HORSE Y uri Tsapenko

SIDE HORSE INDIVIDUAL FINALS Place Name Country F.S . e.O.A. Total 1 Cerar, Miroslav Yugoslav 9.80 9.725 19.:;25 2 Tsurumi , Shuji Japan 9.70 9.625 19.325 3 Tsapenko, Yury U.S.S.R. 9.65 9.550 19.200 4 Yamashita, Haruhiro Japan 9.50 9.575 19.075 5 Wigaard, '-jarald Norway 9.40 9 .525 18.925 6 Mitsukuri, Takashi Japan 9.00 9.650 18.650 F.S. (Finals Score), e.O.A. (Compulsory & Optional Rou- . tine Average going into Finals)

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WINNING ROUTINE SIDE HORSE: (counter clockwise) Moore mount to end-double in circles, moore double out double in , Tripl e Russian Tromlet out, immediate double in -two front scissors (break in, in back of horse) pick up reverse circle in front of horse, break right leg over right pommel reverse scissors left and right, pick up doubles in back of horse, tramlet out, two loops, hop turn loop V2 turn dismount. 13


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RINGS RINGS INDIVIDUAL FINALS Place Name Country F.S. 1 Hayota , Takuji Japan 9.75 2 Men ichelli , Franco Italy 9.70 3 Shakhlin, Boris U.S.S.R. 9.70 4 Leontyev , Victor U .S.S .R. 9.70 5 Tsurumi , Shuji Japan 9.60 6 Endo, Yuki o Japan 9.50 F.S. (Finals Score), CO.A. (Compulsory & tine Average going into Fina ls)

CO.A. Total 9.725 19.475 9 .725 19.425 9.700 19.400 9 .650 19.350 9.675 19.275 9.750 19.250 Optional Rou -

RINGS: Straight body pull to inverted hang, kip to "L", press to straight body planche, lay-away shoot to bandstand, front giant to handstand, lower to cross, pull over to "L", arch press to handstand, lower through planche to back lever, dislocate to high full路twistin g fly-a-way.

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LONG HORSE INDIVIDUAL FINALS Place Name Country F.S . 1 Yamashita, Haruh iro Japan 9.850 2 Lisitsky, V ictor U.S.S.R. 9.575 3 Rantakari , H . J. Finland 9.625 4 Tsurumi , Shuji Japan 9.575 5 Shakhlin Boris U.S.S.R. 9.525 6 Endo, Yukio Japan 9.375 F.S. (Finals Score), e.O.A. (Compulso ry & tine Average go ing into Final s)

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LONG HORSE: Piked hand spring from the croup and a full-twisting pike handsprin g from the croup (near end) _

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PARALLEL BARS Franco Menichelli

"P" BARS: Peach handstand, lay-away, front rise Stutz, cast, straddle cut to "L", hollow back press (bent arms), basket %, handstand lay-away, straelie, Stutz, Cast, Back Stutz, Pirourette, lay-away front rise, front off % twist.

PARALLEL BARS INDIVIDUAL FINALS Place Nome Country F.S. 1 Endo, Yukio Japan 9.90 2 Tsu'I'\Jmi, Shuji Japan 9.70 3 Menichelli, Franco Ital y 9.70' 4 Diomidov, Sergey U.S.S.R. 9.55 5 Li sitsky, V ictor U.S.S.R. 9.45 6 Cerar, Miroslav Yugoslav 8.70 F.S. (Finals Score), C.O.A. (Compulsory & t ine Average go ing into Finals)

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C.O.A. Total 9.775 19.675 9.750 19.450 9.650 19.3 50 9.675 19.225 9.750 19.200 9.750 18.450 Optiona l Rou-

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HORIZONTAL BAR Miroslavv Cerar

HORIZONTAL BAR INDIVIDUAL FINALS Name Country F.S. Place 1 Shakhlin, Boris U.S.S.R. 9.85 2 Titov, Yury U.S.S.R. 9.80 3 Cerer, Miroslav Yugoslav 9.85 4 Lisitsky, Victor U.S.S.R. 9 .70 5 Endo, Yukio Japan 9.35 6 Ono, Takashi Japan 9.30 F.S. (Finals Score), C.O .A. (Compu lsory & tine Average going into Finals)

e.O.A. Total 9.775 19 .625 9.750 19.550 9.650 19.500 9.265 19.325 9.700 19 .050 9.700 19 .000 Optional Rou-

HORIZONTAL BAR: Cast with mixed grip to back uprise, double rear, back seat circle, cast to double german giant, disengage shoot out to half twist, swing forward, change to double under grip, straight body kip to reverse giant, pirouette to one back giant, straddle sole circle open to one back giant, cross arm giant to forward giant with left hand in dislocate grip, full twist pirouette on left arm to r each under to rear vault, kip to handstand change right hand to undergrip, reverse fall out to cris-carri, sho ot out half twist forward swin g, change to double under-grip, straight body kip to two forward (reverse) giants to straddle hecht dismount.

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Place P.B. 9.80 9.75 19.55 1 9.75 9.75 19. 50 2 9.60 9.65 19.25 9 9.80 9 .70 19.50 2 9.70 9.60 19.30 6 9 .65 9.65 19.30 6 9.70 9.80 19.50 2 9,45 9 .70 19.15 10 9.60 9.50 19.10 13 9.60 9.55 19.15 10 9 .60 9 .30 18.90 25 9.60 9,45 19.05 14 9.60 9.45 19.05 14 9 .65 9.70 19.35 3 9.50 9.50 19.00 18 9.60 9.10 18.70 41 9.50 9.50 19.00 18 9,40 9.60 19.00 18 9.50 9.55 19.05 14 9.40 9.50 18.90 25 9.40 9.35 18.75 40 9.45 9.60 19.05 14

H. B. 9 .70 9.70 19,40 3 "9 .65 9.25 18.90 20 9.75 9.80 19.55 1 9.65 9.60 19.25 6 9.60 9.65 19.25 6 9.65 9.60 19.25 6 9.55 9.75 19.30 5 9.60 9.50 19. 10 12 9.55 9.60 19. 15 '. 11 9.50 9.70 19.20 10 9.70 9.70 19.40 3 9.50 9.50 19.00 17 9 .70 9.80 19.50 2 9.60 9.30 18.90 20 9.40 9.55 18.95 17 9.50 9.60 19.10 12 9 .70 9.55 19.25 6 9.50 9.40 18 .90 20 9.30 9 .50 18.80 28 9.35 9.50 18.85 25 9.20 9.30 18.50 46 9.30 9.60 18.90 20

58.30 57.65 11 5.95 57.80 57.60 115,40 57.60 57.80 115.40 57.65 57.75 115.40 57.30 57.85 115. 15 57.40 57.70 115.10 57.30 57.75 1 15.05 57.20 57.70 11 4.90 57.40 57.40 114.80 57. 15 57.3 5 114.50 57.60 56';80 114.40 57. 10 57.30 114.40 57.50 56.85 114.35 57.25 56.95 114.20 56.85 57.25 114. 10 56.85 56.35 113.20 56.60 56.40 113.00 55.75 57.00 112.75 55.80 56.65 112.45 55.90 56.50 112.40 55.90 56.45 112.35 55.60 56.75 112.35


23.

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24 .

Fu rst, Ph ilipp Ger. 5'7 Y2" 154

25.

28

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26.

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Fin .

5'9"

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152

21

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28 .

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29.

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30.

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31.

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5'7 "

32.

145.5

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32. Storhaug, Age Norway. 5'9 Y2" 148

26

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35.

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31

35.

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37.

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152 ·'. 27 ' .

39.

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39.

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41.

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44 .

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9 .20 9. 15 9.55 9 .25 9.45 9.20 9.30 9.70 9.30 9.60 18.40 18.45 19.25 18 .55 19.05 40 38 9 55 14 9 .15 9.15 9.40 9.40 9.20 9.50 9.35 9.55 9.50 9.40 18.65 lS .50 18.95 18.90 18.60 22 35 30 25 41 9.35 9.30 9.45 9.35 9.35 8.75 9.30 9.40 9.45 9.40 18. 10 18 .60 18.85 18. 80 18.75 68 28 42 30 30 9.50 9.05 . 9.45 9.35 9.45 8.80 9.30 9.40 9.50 9.30 18.30 18.35 18.85 18.85 18 .75 45 42 42 28 30 8.90 9 .25 9 .25 9.65 9.20 9.30 9.40 9.50 9.65 9.05 18.20 18 .65 18.75 19.30 18 .25 55 25 54 6 62 9.25 9 .10 9.50 9.40 9.40 9 .30 9. 15 9.45 9.20 9.50 18 .55 18.25 18 .95 18.60 18.90 28 48 30 52 20 8.80 9.20 9.55 9.40 9.05 9.20 9.35 9.60 9.40 9.40 18.00 18.55 19 .15 18.80 18 .45 73 31 16 30 49 9.20 9.10 9.35 9.40 9.20 9.40 9.15 9.60 9.40 9 .25 18.60 18.25 18 .95 18.80 18.45 25 48 30 30 49 9.20 8.85 9.40 9.40 9.60 9.35 9.05 9.50 9.40 9.35 18 .55 17.90 18.90 18 .80 18 .95 28 64 36 30 17 9.20 9 .20 9.25 9.30 9.05 9 .25 9.50 9.65 8.80 9.00 18.45 18.70 18.90 18.1 0 18.05 39 23 36 87 72 9.45 8.80 9..45 9.30 9 .20 9.30 9.10 9.55 9 .05 9.45 18 .75 17.90 19.00 18.35 18 .65 14 64 28 68 39 9.45 8.65 9.35 9.30 9 .10 9.25 9.20 9 .50 9.50 9 .15 18.70 17.85 18 .85 18.80 18.25 17 68 42 30 62 9.10 9.05 9. 15 9.40 9.50 . 9.05 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.55 18 . 15 18 .30 18.40 18.65 ' 19.05 61 45 lOO 45 14 9.35 9. 10 9.50 9.45 9.55 9.05 9.25 9.25 8.55 9.50 18.40 18.35 18.75 18.00 18.05 40 42 54 92 72 9.00 9.55 9.30 9.20 9.45 9. 15 9.60 9 .50 8.95 9 .50 18.15 19. 15 ' 18.80 18.15 18.95 61 8 48 83 17 9.05 9.25 9.60 8.30 9.20 9. 1.5 9.25 9.70 9.30 9.40 18.20 18 .50 19.30 17.60 18.60 55 35 6 10 1 41 9.10 9.25 9. 15 9.25 9.45 9.00 9.40 9.30 9 .40 9.30 18 .10 18.65 18.45 18.65 18.75 68 25 95 45 30 9.20 9.00 9.40 9. 15 9 .30 9.30 8.85 9.70 9 .45 9.10 18.50 17.85 19. 10 18 .60 18.40 '68 36 19 52 54 9.20 8.90 9.40 9.00 9.35 8.95 9.50 9'. 10 9 .50 9.40 18. 1S 18.00 18.90 18.50 18.75 61 59 36 60 30 9.05 9.30 9.30 9.45 9.20 9.20 9.30 9 .20 9 .05 9.40 18.25 18.60 18.70 18.65 18 .25 51 28 69 45 62 9.05 9. 10 9. 10 9 .30 9.30 9.35 9.30 9.50 9.30 9.30 18.40 18.40 18.40 18.80 18 .60 40 41 100 30 41 8.95 9.30 9.40 9.35 8.85 8.45 9.40 9 .50 9.30 9.35 17.40 18.70 18.90 18.15 18.70 91 23 36 83 36 8.95 9.40 9.15 9.00 9.3 5 9.00 9.1 5 9.50 9.25 9.40 18.00 18.10 18.85 18.65 18.55 55 45 73 42 45 9.05 9.20 9.30 9.45 9.35 8.50 9.10 9.3 0 9.35 9.40 17.55 18.30 18 .60 18 .8 0 18.75 45 85 84 30 30 7.80 9.35 9 .55 9 .30 9. 15 9.40 9.40 9.30 9. 15 9.70 16.95 18.75 19.25 18.70 18.45 99 21 9 41 49 . 9.30 8.55 9.50 9.45 9. 10 9 . 10 9.30 ·9.25 8.65 9 .65 18.55 17.20 19. 15 18.55 18.40 28 91 16 55 54 9.30 9.25 9.60 9.25 8.55 9.55 9.45 9.25 8.95 9.30 18.55 17.50 18 .55 19.15 18 .70 28 80 86 36 '0

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48.

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51.

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53.

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5'6112"

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148

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55. Kondev, Todor N. Bulg. 5'6Y2" 145 .5 26 55.

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Brodnik, Janez

r,~9,o路 150

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Kim, Kwang- Duk Korea

5'4" 61.

62.

128

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r~9,o路

139

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64.

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Fr. 5' 5112 "

136.5

26

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75,

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75.

Franceschetti, Bruno Italy 145 .5 23

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9.10 9. 15 18.25 51 9.20 8.50 17.70 83 8.75 9.20 17.95 76 9.45 9.35 18 .80 11 8.80 8.50 17.30 92

9. 10 9.05 18.15 61 9.35 8.95 18 .30 45 9.00 9.05 18 .05 70 8.90 9.10 18.00 73 9.25 8.80 18 .05 70 9.00 8.85 17.85 78 9.35 8.85 18.20 55 9.00 9.15 18 .15 61 9.20 9 .30 18 .50 36 9.25 9.40 18 .65 22 9.35 9.30 18 .65 22 8.40 9.15 17.55 85 9.25 8.95 18.20 55 9.30 9.55 18 .85 10 8 .95 8 .75 17 .70 83 8.15 9. 10 17.25 93 9.10 9. 15 18.25 51 9.05 8.80 17.85 78 9.15 9.05 18.20 55 8.80 8.70 17.50 87 9.20 8.00 17.20 95 9.05 9.25 18.3 0 45

8.80 8.80 17.60 78 9.25 9.30 18.55 31 8.95 9.00 17 .95 61 8.95 8.60 17.55 79 9.30 9.25 18.55 31 8.95 8.95 17.90 64 8.95 9.10 18 .05 56 8.90 9.15 18.05 56 8.55 8.95 17.50 80 9.25 9.30 18.55 31 9.00 9.05 18.05 56 9. 10 9.25 18 .35 42 8.70 9.10 17.80 70 8.55 8.95 17.50 80 8.85 8.95 17.80 70 8.60 8.90 17.50 80 9.30 9.35 18.65 25 9.50 9.60 19.10 9 9.20 9. 10 18.30 45 8.85 9. 10 17.95 61 8.60 9.15 17 .75 73 8.40 8.60 17.00 98 8.80 8.85 17 .65 77 8.90 8.15 17 .05 97 9.10 9.10 18.20 53 9.10 9,10 16.20 53 9.20 9.25 18.45 38

9.20 9.10 9.65 8.95 9 .70 9.35 19.35 18.55 18.05 72 55 4 9.20 9.30 9.30 9.10 9 .50 9.45 18.75 18.80 18.30 59 54 30 9.40 9.40 9.20 9.45 9.55 8.85 18.75 18 .25 18 .85 75 25 54 9.10 9.40 9.25 9.55 9.20 9.25 18.50 18.95 18.30 22 59 90 8.90 9 .25 9.50 9.50 9.30 9.45 18.70 19.00 18.20 67 18 69 9.25 9.25 9.30 9.15 9.20 9. 15 18.40 18.40 18.50 54 90 66 9.45 9.15 9.30 9.35 9.45 8.90 18 .75 18.35 18.50 46 54 68 9.20 9.40 9. 15 9.30 9.30 9.30 18.45 18.50 18.70 36 95 60 9.05 9.15 9.30 9.20 9.30 9.40 18.70 ' 18.2 5 18.45 49 69 75 9.30 8.85 9 .30 9.50 8.40 9.50 18.80 18.80 17.25 99 30 48 9.45 9.30 8.90 9.30 9.35 Z路35 18.25 1 .80 18 .60 41 106 30 9.25 8.75 9.35 9.25 9.45 9.35 18.80 18.60 18.00 52 75 48 9 .10 9.30 9.25 9.25 9.40 9.40 18 .70 18.65 18.35 69 45 58 8.95 9.25 9.25 9.40 9.40 9.30 18.65 18 .65 18.25 77 45 62 9.30 9.00 9.10 8.45 9.35 9.05 17.45 18.45 18.35 89 95 68 8.60 9.55 9.45 9.50 8.95 9.70 19.25 18.95 17 .55 9 22 86 9.40 9.00 9.35 9.40 9.40 9.15 18.75 18.55 18.40 54 54 55 8.45 9.30 8.80 8.45 9.35 9.35 18 .65 18. 15 16.90 109 77 83 9.25 9.10 9.35 9.05 9.45 8.40 18.80 17.65 18: 15 99 70 48 8.55 9.20 9.05 9.60 9.25 9.00 18.80 18.30 17.55 86 48 72 9.40 9.30 9.30 8.95 9.40 9.45 18.25 18 .70 18 .85 106 41 25 9.00 9.45 9.25 8 .70 9.60 9.40 19.05 18 .65 17.70 45 24 80 9.10 9 .20 9.40 9.35 8.90 9.50 18.90 18 .55 18.00 55 75 36 9.40 9.20 9.30 9.55 9.40 8.90 18.70 18.30 18 .75 69 n 30 8.95 9.25 9.00 9.30 9.40 9.30 18 .30 18.25 18 .65 75 39 105 9.20 8.95 9.20 9.10 9.25 9.25 18.45 18 .30 18.20 72 67 95 9 . 15 9.20 8 .90 9.40 9.00 - 8.20 18.55 18 .20 17.10 102 86 79

55.10 55.40 110.50 55.35 55 . 10 11 0.45 55.00 55.35 110.35 55.20 55.00 110.20 54.85 55.30 110.15 55.15 54.90 110.05 55.10 54.90 110.0:; 54.70 55.30 110.00 54.35 55.60 109.95 55.15 54.75 109.90 54.70 55.10 109.80 54.80 54.90 109.70 54.15 55.50 109.65 53.85 55.55 109.40 54.80 54.55 109.35 54.40 54.85 109.25 54.05 55.20 109.25 54.35 54.85 109.20 54.90 54.20 109.10 53.95 55.10 109.05 53.75 55.25 109.00 54.35 54 .55 108.90 54.65 54,25 108.90 54.95 53.90 108.85 54 .30 54.50 108.80 54.65 54 .05 108.70 54.35 54 .35 108.70


77.

Thoresson, William Swed.

9.40' 9.50' 18.90' 16 50S, Peter 9.30' Hun . 8.75 152 26 5'6Y2" 18.0'5 74 Christov, Liuben M. 8.45 Bulg . . 9.0'0' 57Y2" 145.5 29 17.45 98 Caklec, Ivan 9.0'0' Yugo. 9 . 15 172 32 5'8Y2" 18 . 15 68 Lee, Kwang-Jal 8.90' Korea 9.45 11 9 5'2Y2" 23 18.35 54 Kihn, Richard 8.95 Can. 9.25 154 57Y2" 29 18.20' 65 Bouchonnet, Michel 8.80' Fr. 9.0'5 57" 148 17.85 28 84 Suh, Jae-kyu 9.0'0' Korea 9.35 5'3" 123.5 24 18 .35 54 Fassler, Gottleib 8.85 Switz . 8.65 5'4Y2" 130' 30' 17.50' 94 Condovici, Gheorghe 9.0'5 Rum. 8.55 5'8Y2" 145.5 23 17.60' 92 Weiler, Wilhelm F. 8.90' Can. 9.0'0' 163 28 17 .90' 57Y2" 80' Miclaus, Petre 8.95 Rum. 9.0'0' 5! ~ V:z" 121 25 17.95 78 Vidovic, Nenad 8.90' Yugo. 9.0'0' 5'6Y2" 143 25 17.90' 80' Berchtold, Meinrad 9.10' Switz. 9.0'0' 5'4" 123.5 21 18 . 10' 69 Lazhari, Mohamed 8.80' Algiers 8.60' 5'9" ISO' 26 17.40' 99 Larose, Gilbert 8.85 Can. 9.15 5'5" 165.5 22 18 .0'0' 76 Fah, Franz 8.30' Switz. 8.45 57" 136.5 27 16.75 1 15 Zagdba zar, Niamdawao 8.90' Mongolia 8.85 5'5Y2" 123 .5 20' 17.75 89 Kong, Soo-iJ 9. 10' Korea 9.25 5'2Y2" 114.5 21 18.35 54 Gonzalez, Andres 8.95 Cuba 8.90' 130' 19 5'5Y2" 17.85 84 Suarez, Octav ia 8.75 Cuba 8 .85 5'8Y2" 143 20' 17.60' 92 Ramire z, Hector 9.30' Cuba 9 .20' 5'8Y2" 141 21 18.50' 41 Stefanetti, Ady 8.85 Luxenb urg 8.85 5'2Y2" 132 22 17.70' 91 Padron , Felix 9.0'5 Cuba 8.85 5'5" 134.5 28 17.90' 80' Bond, Graham F. 8.80' Aust rl. 8.35 5'9" 161 27 17. 15 10'8 Pancott, John E. 8.80' Brit. 8.40' 5'6" 141 31 17.20' 10'5 Jan, Thai-San 8.70' Tai wan 8.80' 119 5'1 Y2" 26 17.50' 94 57"

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8.95 8.55 17.50' 87 8.90' 8.15 17.0'5 97 9.30' 9.25 18 .55 28 9.0'0' 9.15 18.15 61 9.35 8.40' 17.75 82 9.10' 9.15 18.25 51 9.0'0' 9.20' 18 .20' 55 9.15 9.20' 18 .35 44 9.10' 9.0'5 18.15 61 8.80' 9. 15 17.95 76 8.45 8.65 17. 10' 96 9. 15 8.90' 18.0'5 70' 9.20' 9.10' 18.30' 45 7.70' 9.20' 16.90' 10'0' 9.0'5 8.95 18 .0'0' 73 8.80' 7.85 16.65 10'4 8.90' 8.90' 17.80' 80' 8.70' 8.55 17.25 93 7.75 7.65 15.40' 110' 8.80' 8.10' 16.90' 10'0' 9.0'0' 8.80' 17.80' 80' 8.10' 7.50' 15.60' 10'9 6.35 8.45 14.80' 114 8.75 8.10' 16.85 10'2 8.50' 8.55 17.0'5 97 8.10' 8.60' 16.70' 10'3 8. 10' 7.70' 15.80' 10'8

9.0'0' 8.95 17.95 61 9.10' 9.15 18.25 48 8.85 8.90' 17.75 73 8.70' 8.80' 17.50' 80' 8.90' 8.20' 17.10' 94 8.45 8.65 17.10' 94 8.30' 8.45 16.75 10'3 9.0'0' 8.70' 17.70' 76 8.50' 8.70' 17.20' 91 8.60' 8.75 17.35 88 8.40' 9.0'0' 17.40' 87 8.55 9.20' 17.75 73 8.0'0' 8 .90' 16.90' 10'0' 8.10' 8.60' 16 .70' 10'5 8.95 9.0'5 18.0'0' 5'9 8 .75 9.0'5 17.80' 70' 7.50' 8.75 16.25 110' 8.25 8.75 17.0'0' 98 9.20' 9.0'5 18.25 48 8.40' 8.40' 16.80' 10'1 8.75 8.75 17.50' 80' 7.40' 8.50' 15.90' 11 5 9.0'5 9.40' 18.45 38 7.85 8.50' 16.35 10'8 7.60' 8.45 16.0'5 1 14 9.0'0' 8.20' 17 .20' 91 8.70' 8.0'5 16.75 10'3

9.30' 9.45 18.75 54 9.45 9.50' 18.95 30' 9.40' 9.35 18.75 54 9.35 9.40' 18.75 54 9.30' 9.40' 18 .70' 69 9.20' 9.45 18.65

77 9.25 9.50' 18.75 54 9.0'0' 9.45 18.45 95 9.40' 9.45 18.85 42 9. 15 9 .35 18.50' 90' 9.50' 9.70' 19.20' 14 9.30' 9.40' 18.70' 69 8.85 9.30' 18.15 10'9 9.40' 9.'50' 18.90' 36 9.35 9.30' 18.65

77 9.25 9 .50' 18.75 54 9.20' 9.45 18.65

77 9.25 9.45 18.70' 69 9. 10' 9.55 18.65

路 77 9.30' 9.35 18.65

77 9.25 9.35 18.60' 84 9 .25 9.30' 18.55 86 8.85 9.20' 18 .0'5 113 9.0'5 9. 10' 18.15 10'9 9.30' 9.0'5 18 .35 10'3 9.20' 9.30' 18.50' 90' 9.25 8.90' 18.15 10'9

9. 15 9.0'5 18 .20' 79 9.30' 9.20' 18.50' 60' 9.30' 7.80' 17.10' 112 9.25 8.90' 18.15 83 9.45 8.25 17.70' 98 9.25 9.25 18 .50' 60' 9.25 9.15 18.40' 66 7 . 10' 9.45 16.55 120' 9.15 9.20' 18.35 68 8.95 9.15 18.10' 87 9.10' 9.40' 18.50' 60' 9.10' 9. 10' 18.20' 79 9.20' '8.90' 18.10' 87 9.30' 8.95 18.25 75 9 . 15 9.0'5 18.20' 79 9.0'5 9.0'0' 18.0'5 91 9.20' 9.30' 18.50' 60' 8.95 8.65 17.60' 10'1 8.85 8.0'0' 16.85 116 8.65 8.80' 17.45 10'6 路8.85 9.0'5 17.90' 95 9.10' 8.90' 18.0'0'

92 9.0'0' 8.95 17.95 94 8 .55 8.85 17.40' 10'8 9.0'0' 9. 10' 18.10' 87 8.75 8.60' 17.35 110' 8.20' 9.30' 17.50' 10'4

8.40' 8.95 17.35 94 8.75 9.0'5 17.80' 78 9.40' 9.40' 18.80' 28 8.50' 9.10' 17.60' 85 9.40' 9. 10' 18.50' 46 8.55 8.70' 17.25 99 8 .75 9.20' 17.95

54.20' 54.45 10'8 .65 54.80' 53.80' 10'8.60' 54.70' 53.70' 10'8.40' 53.80' 54.50' 10'8.30' 55.30' 52.80' 10'8.10' 53 .50' 54.45 10'7 .95 53.35 54.55 10'7.90'

77 9. 10' 9.35 18.45 49 8.45 9.20' 17.65 82 8.40' 9.25 17.65 82 8.15 8.90' 17.0'5 10'5 8.0'0' 8.45 16.45 11 3 9.30' 8.40' 17.70' 80' 8.90' 9.25 18.15 70' 7.25 9.45 16.70' 111 8.65 9.0'0' 17.65 82 9.0'0' 9.20' 18.20' 67 8.60' 8.75 17.35 94 8.20' 9.25 17.45 89 8.40' 8.30' 16.70' 1 11 6.0'0' 8.90' 14.90' 119 8.80' 8.95 17.75 79 8.45 8.90' 17.35 94 8.45 8.95 17.40' 91 8.95 8.40' 17.35 94 8.55 8.50' 17.0'5 10'5 8.70' 8.70' 17.40' 91

52.35 55.50' 10'7 .85 53.45 54.25 10'7.70' 52.95 54.20' 10'7.15 52.50' 54.65 10'7.15 53.0'5 54.0'5 10'7.10' 53.45 53.60' 10'7.0'5 52.50' 54.50' 10'7.0'0' 52.55 54.40' 10'6.95 53.35 53.55 10'6.90' 52 . 10' 54.0'5 10'6.15 52.65 53.0'0' 10'5.65 52.20' 52.75 10'4.95 52 .50' 51.85 10'4.35 50'.60' 53.70' 10'4.30' 51.95 52.35 10'4.30' 50'.55 53.75 10'4.30' 51.70' 52.35 10'4.0'5 52.15 5 1.90' 10'4.0'5 52.40' 5 1.60' 10'4.0'0' 51.65 51.45 10'3.10'


104.

Stoffel, Josy Lux. 150 5'5V2"

36

105 . Trainer, Frederick E. Austrl. 6' 172 23 106.

Gajdos, Pavel Czech . 5'7" 150 28

107 . Wigaard, Harold Nor.

148

5'I IV2" 108 .

109.

11 0.

11 1.

20

Fa ulks, Ma rcus A. C. Austrl. 140 27 5'8V2" Herna ndez,

Cuba 5'8"

Pablos L.

134.5

20

De Roo, Benjam in M.

Austrf. 5'3" 140

24

Maclenna n, Do uglos Austrl. 5'8" 140 25

112. Pizzi"i, Carlos A. Arg . 5'9 " 165.5 .. 23 113.

Cheales, Barry J. Aust rl. 5'9% " 150 路 21

114.

Garcia, Carlos Cuba 5' 4 136.5 22

115.

Mul ha ll, J ohn W. Brit. 5'5W' 136.5 26

116.

La i, Chu-Long T aiwan

117.

5'6"

12 1

Lee,

Bu-Ti

Taiwan

119

5'4V2" 118 .

22

23

Bazorga n-Va li, Dja la l Iran 5'7" 132 25

119. Wang, Shian-M ing Taiwan

5'3" 120.

121.

114.5

24

Uih, Yah-Torh Taiwan 5'3" 125.5' 26 Li uh , Reng-Suhh Taiwan

5 ' 1"

122.

123.

119

23

Bhosle, B. India Age 19 Ka ran de,

India Age 24

Vit ha.1

124.

Sing h, Trilok India Age 31

125.

More, Y. India Age 20

126.

Ra m, Hn a nt India Age 32

127.

Ibrah im, Mohamed U.A. R.

Age 22 128 . Mondal, Ind ia Age 24 129.

130.

D.

Payoo, Fortunato O. Phil. 5'3 " 132 .24

Pastrana, Demetrio T. Phil. 5' 108 23 .

9.20 9.10 9.10 1.00 10.10 18.30 45 126 8.60 8.60 8.70 8.85 17.30 17.45 103 90 9.00 9.10 1.00 9.45 10.00 18 .55 127 28 0.00 9 .50 9.55 9 . 10 9.10 19.05 6 128 8.15 8.70 8.55 7.75 17.25 15.90 106 104 7.95 7.20 8.45 7.40 15.65 15 .35 III 12 1 8. 15 8.35 7JO 8.45 16 .80 15.85 107 113 8.20 7.85 8 .70 9 .00 17 .20 16.55 105 105 8.70 8 .15 8 . 15 8.70 16 .85 16.85 102 112 8.55 6.95 8.50 7.35 17.05 14.30 11 7 III 7.75 8.70 8.50 5.40 17.20 13.15 120 105 7.70 8.00 7.75 7.35 15.45 15.35 122 III 7.00 7.50 8.30 7.60 15.80 14.60 116 119 7 .80 6 .50 6.90 8.20 16.00 13.40 118 119 7.45 7.55 7.50 7.60 14.95 15. 15 123 113 5.50 8.75 8.35 4.50 17.10 10.00 110 124 8.40 5.05 8.40 3.75 16.80 8.80 113 125 8.70 3 .50 3.00 8.80 17.50 6 .50 94 128 8.60 7.45 6.45 8.55 17.1 5 13.90 118 108 8.30 6 .60 8. 15 5.70 16.45 12.30 116 122 8. 15 6.85 8.15 5.00 16.30 11 .85 117 123 7.75 6.90 7.10 5.90 14 .85 12.80 12 1 124 7.60 7.20 8.15 7.45 15.75 14 .65 115 120 8.25 8.80 8.70 8.25 17.50 94 126 7.30 7.90

8.85 9.05 17.90 64 6.50 8.10 14 .60 119 9.00 9.35 18.35 42 8.35 9 .10 17.45 86 7.35 7.90 15.25 117 8.00 8.55 16.55 106 8.25 7.95 16.20 III 8.00 8.35 16.35 108 7.85 8.35 16.20 III 7.50 7.00 14.50 12 1 8.45 8.90 17 .35 88 8.10 8.30 16.40 107 7.00 7.55 14 .5 5 120 8.35 8.45 16.80 101 7 .30 8.50 15.80 116 7.80 8.40 16.20 III 8.75 8.35 17.10 94 7.00 7.90 14.90 118 6.50 6 .50 13.00 125 6.65 7. 30 13.95 122 6.00 7.50 13 .50 124 6.00 7.70 13 .7 0 123 4.70 7.45 12. 15 126 870 8.70 127 6.65

9.35 9.50 18 .85 28 8.60 8.45 17.05 113 9.40 9.55 18.95 22 9.20 9.50 18.70 41 8.65 8.95 17.60 101 8.50 8.55 17.05 113 8.25 8.70 16.95 115 7.40 8.80 16.20 12 1 8.50 8.95 17.45 106 8.50 9.00 17.50 104 8.70 8.95 17.65 99 8.60 8.60 17 .20 II I 8.35 9.05 17.40 108 8.30 8.50 16.80 118 8.15 8.70 16.85 116 8.15 8.55 16.70 119 9.00 8.80 17.80 97 8.90 9.00 17.90 95 6.80 8.10 14.90 122 6.35 6.75 13 .10 125 6. 10 8.05 14.15 123 5.30 7.75 13.05 126 6.80 6 .60 13 .40 124 8.20

8.95 9.30 18 .25 62 8.35 8.70 17.05 105 9. 10 8.00 17.10 102 8 .95 9.35 18 .30 59 8.45 8 .55 17.00 108 8 .15 9 .00 17 .15 10 1 7.20 7.95 15 .15 118 6.90 8.40 15.30 115 4.90 8.20 13. 10 122 8.50 8.80 17.30 98 8.20 7.45 15.65 114 7.65 7.55 15.20 117 8.50 8.90 17.40 91 8.05 8.75 16.80 110 7.80 7.45 15.25 116 8.35 8.75 17. 10 102 6 .85 7.60 14.45 120 8.65 8.90 17.55 86 .'; .25 6.90 12.15 123 6.75 6.45 13.20 121 0 .00 6.00 6.00 128 4.50 1.75 6.25 127 4.50 6.05 10.55 124 7.30

9.20 127 8.90 9.00 17.90 114 7.50

8.20 127 7.80

7.30 125 7.15

7.80 128

7.15 126

9.30 9.45 18 .75 54 9.05 9.35 18.40 100 9.35 9.45 18 .80 48 9.30 9.45 18 .75 54 9.25 8.45 17.70 120 9.10 8.75 17.85 116 9.30 9.25 18.55 86 8.95 8.90 17.85 116 9.20 9.30 18.50 90 9.15 9.10 18.25 106 8.65 9.20 17.85 11 6 9.45 9.40 18 .8 5 42 9 .00 9.10 18 .1 0 112 9.20 8.10 17.30 123 9.05 9.30 18 .35 103 9.00 8.90 17 .90 114 8 .55 9.00 17.55 122 8.95 8.70 17.65 12 1 7.90 8.75 16.6 5 126 8.80 8.40 17.20 124 8.70 9.10 17.80 . 119 8.65 8.50 17. 15 125

130 9.20

7.90 129 6.50 5 .00 11.50 125

7.30 127

6.65 128

00 .00 129

00.00 129

7.50 128 5.00

00.00 129

00.00 129

6.50 6.50 130

00.00 129

00.00 129

5.00 . 00.00 129 129

00.00 129

54.75 47.40 102.15 49.70 52. 15 101 .85 54.95 46.80 101.75 45.30 56.05 101.35 50.55 50.15 100.70 48.90 50.70 99.60 49.50 50.00 99 .50 47 .30 52.15 99.45 47 .30 51.65 98 .95 49.15 49.75 98.90 50.45 48.40 98.85 49 .50 48.95 98.45 47 .35 50.50 97.85 48.20 48 .90 97. 10 47 .30 49 .05 96.35 47.55 47.45 95.00 46.60 45 .90 92 .50 45 .70 46 .30 92.00 42.50 45. 25 87.75 43.45 42 .75 8 6.20 35.8 0 43 .80 79 .60 39.1 0 38.70 77.80 3 0.80 35.70 66 .50 50.45 8 .70 59. 15 45.70 9.00 54.70 14.00 5.00 19.00 5 .00 6 .50 11.50


Winning Teams:

TEAM CLASSIFICATION, LADIES Bal. Beam Un. Par. Horse Vau lt

Floor Ex.

e.

47 .399 47.632 95.03 1 3

47.632 47.032 94.664 2

46 .998 48.466 95.464 1

47 .699 48.032 95 .73 1 1

189.728 191. 162 380.890

e.

47.432 47.799 95 .23 1 1

47 .332 47.832 95. 164 1

47 .098 48 .165 95.263 2

46 .833 47.498 94 .331 4

188.695 191.294 379.989

e.

47 .598 47.499 95.097 2

46.964 47.532 94.496 3

46.398 47 .366 93.764 4

47 .033 47.499 94.532 2

187 .993 189.986 377.889

47.432 47.232 94.664 4

46.765 46.931 93.696 5

46.565 46 .683 93.248 5

47 .298 47. 132 94.430 3

188.060 187.978 376.038

46.498 46.598 93.096 7

46.732 47 .266 93.998 4

46.732 47.298 94.030 3

47.299 47.032 94.331 4

187.261 188. 194 375.455

46.531 '16.698 93 .229 6

46.364 46.998 93.362 6

46.230 46.999 93.229 6

45.632 46.532 92. 164 8

184.757 187.227 371. 984

46.632 46.799 93.431 5

45.566 45.965 91.531 8

46.231 46.964 93.195 7

46.065 47.065 93.130 6

184.494 186.793 371.287

46.665 46.164 92.829 8

46.366 45 .265 91.63 1 7

45.366 46.232 91.598 9

45.832 45.998 91.830 9

184.229 183.659 367.888

46.599 45.932 92.53 1 9

46.031 43.932 89.963 9

45.065 46.898 9 1.963 8

46.265 46.599 92.864 7

183.960 183.36 1 367.321

44.032 42.63 1 86.663 10

39.398 4 1.298 80.696 10

43.732 42.998 86.730 10

44.065 44 .08 1 88. 146 10

171.227 171.008 342.235

Place Nation U.S.S.R. .0. T. P 2 . CZECHQS LOVAK IA

3

4

5

6

7

.....

O. T. P. J A PAN O. T. P GERMANY C. O. T. P. HUNGARY C. O. T. P. RUMANIA C. O. T. P. POLA N D

e.

O. T. P. 8 SWEDE N C. O. T. P. 9 U.S .A. C. O. T. P AUSTRALIA 10 C. O. T. P.

Tota l


Ducza Janosi

FLOOR EXERCISE IND IV I DUAL FINALS

Place Name Cauntry F.S. I Latynina , Larisa U.S.S.R. 9.866 2 Astakhava, Polino U.S.S.R. 9.800 3 Janosi, D. A. Hungary 9.700 4 Radochla, Birgit Germany 9.700 5 Fast, Ingrid Germany 9.700 6 Caslavska, Vera Czech. 9.466 F.S. (Finals Score), e.O.A. (Comoulsory & tine Average going into Finols)

e.O.A. Total 9.733 19.599 9.700 19.500 9.600 19.300 9.599 19.299 9.566 19.266 9.633 19.099 Optiona l Rou-

Polino Astakhova

FLOOR EXERCISE 33


HORSE VAULT

-...-.-.----.._-----------=

HORSE VA'ULT INDI V I DUAL FINALS Place Name Country F.S. I Casla vska, Vera 路Czech. 9.733 2 Laty nina , Larisa U.S .S.R. 9.700 2 Radochla , Birg it Germany 9.600 4 A ih ara, Toshiko Japan 9.666 5 Volchetska) .l. Elena U.S.S.R. 9.533 6. Starke, Ute Germany 9.566 F. S. (Finals Score), e.O.A. (Compulsory & tine Average going into Finals)

e.O.A. Total 9.750 19.483 9.583 19.283 9.683 19.283 9.6 16 16.282 9.616 19. 149 9 .550 19. 116 Optiona l Rou-

35


BALANCE BEAM Tomara Manina

Lari sa Latyina

1

QQP BALANCE BEAM INDIVIDUAL FINALS Place Name Country F.S. 1 Caslavska, Ve ra Czech . 9.766 Manina, Ta mara U.S .S. R. 9.766 2 3 Latynina, Larisa U.S.S .R. 9.766 4 Astakhova, Polina U.S.S.R. 9.766 5 Ruzick ova, Hana Czech. 9.733 6 Ikeda, Keiko Japan 9.633 F.S. (F inals Sco re ), e.O.A. (Compu lsory & tine Average路 going into Finals )

e.O.A. T otal 9.683 19 .449 9.633 19.399 9.6 16 19.382 9 .600 19.366 9 .6 16 19.3 49 9.583 19.2 16 Opt ional Rou-

Ve ra Cas lavska

36


Larisa Laty ina

Katlin Makray

UNEVEN PARALLELS 38

UNEV EN PARALLELS IND IVID UAL FI NALS Place Nome Country F.S. 1 Astakhov'?J Pol ino U.S.S.R. 9.666 2 Makray, I<.atalin Hungary 9.633 3 Latynina , Larisa U.S.S.R. 9.633 4 Aihara. Tosh iko Japan 9.233 5 Caslavska, Vera Czech. 8.700 6 Zamotailova, T U.S.S.R . 8.300 F.S. (Finals Score), C.O.A. (Compulsory & tine Average going into Finals)

C.OA Tota l 9.666 19.332 9.583 19.2 16 9.566 19.199 9.549 18.782 9.716 18.4 16 9.533 17.833 Optional Rou-

Pol ino Astakhova


WOM EN'S ALL-AROUND

GYMNASTIC STATISTICS 1964 OLYMPIC GAMES-TOKYO, JAPAN

NAME, COUNTRY, HEIGHT, WEIGHT, AGE, PLUS THE ALL-AROUND AND INDIVIDUAL SCORES AND PLACINGS C.

1.

Caslayska,

Vera

C

Czechoslovakia

H. 5' 3" 2.

Compulsory, O. Optional, T. Total, P. Place

W. 121

Latynino,

USSR 5'4"

A. 22

LarisQ

114.5

30

3. Astakhova, Polino USSR 123.5 5'5Y2" 4.

Radochla,

28

Birgit

Germany

5'4" 5.

Ruzichovo, Czech.

5'4 6.

9.

125.5

23

Ikeda, lI:eiko

114Y2

31

Aihara, Toshiko Jap .

4'10"

8.

19 Hana

Jap.

5'%" 7.

132

98

25

Volchetskaya, Elena

USSR 5'%" Ono,

114.5

20

Kiyoko

Jap.

5'1 %" 10.

110

28

Starke, Ute Ger.

5'5%"

122

25

F. X.

VAULT

BEAM

UNEVEN

9.500

9.700 9.800 19.500 1 9.500 9.666 19.166 5 9.466 9 .566 19.032 7 9.766 9.600 19.366 2 9 .433 9.433 18.866 18 9.466 9.533 18.999 9 9.633 9.600 19.233 3 9.633 9.600 19.233 3 9.500 9.466 18.966 10 9.600 9.500 19.100 6

9.566 9.800 19.366 1 9.500 9.733 19.233 3 9.400 9.800 19.200 5 9.400 9.533 18.933 9 9.466 9.766 19.232 4 9.466 9.700 19.166 6 9.333 9.266 18.599 29 9.366 9.600 18.966 7 9.233 9.500 18.733 17 9.333 9.400 18.733 17

9.666 9 .766 19.432 1 9.533 9.600 19.133 4 9.633 9.700 19.333 2 9.433 9.500 18 .933 14 9.400 9.633 19.033 7 9.466 9.300 18 .766 16 9.466 9 .633 19.099 5 9.400 9.233 18.633 24 9.366 9.600 18.966 8 9.433 9.433 18.866 15

0 9.766 T 19.266 P 3

9.666 9.800 19.466 1 9.700 9.700 19.400 2 9.566 9.633 19. 199 5 9.400 9.566 18.966 10 9.500 9.600 19.100 7 9.533 9.533 19.066 8 9.433 9.500 18.933 13 9.400 9.600 19.000 9 9.500 9.433 18.933 13

38.432 39.132 77 564 38. 199 38.799 76.998 38.199 38.766 76.965 38.165 38.266 76 .431 37.699 38.398 76.097 37.898 38.133 76.031 37.965 38.032 75.997 37.83 2 37.933 75.765 37.499 38.166 75.665 37.866 37.766 75.632


1l. Sedlackova, )aroslava Czech. 5'2" 114.5 18 12. Fost, Ingrid Ger .

5'1 h"

117

30

13 . Zomotoilova, Tamaro USSR 5 '2 " 103.5 25 14.

lovan, Sonia Rumania

4 '1 1' 14.

108

29

Manino, Tamara USSR

5'3 Y,'

123.5

30

16. Tkacikovo, Adolfina Czech. 110 5'Y2" 25 16. Janosi , Ducza A. Hungar y 5'3" 125.5 22 18.

Makray, Katalin Hun. 125.5

19

5'5Y2 " 19.

20.

Makamuro, Taniko Jap. 5'2" 101 .5 21 Popescu , Elena

Rum. 5'3 "

2l.

132

29

Tressel, Maria Hun. 136h

5'3Y2 " 22.

23.

24.

Marie

KrajcirovQ,

Czech . 5' 1" 92.5 PosnerovQ,

Czech . 5' 2h "

18

16 lana

12 1

Chiba, Gimko Jap. 4'1 1" 95

19

26

9.300 9.433 18.733 22 9.533 9.600 19.133 6 9.400 9.433 18.833 19 9.266 9.400 18 .666 25 9.500 9.466 18 .966 10 9.333 9.400 18.733 2? 9.600 9. 600 19.200 4 9.466 9.500 18.966 10 9.300 9.400 18.700 24 9.300 9.533 18.833 19 9.500 9.400 18.900 15 9.200 9.266 18.466 40 9.300 9.333 18.633 29 9.300 9.300 18.600 32

9.433 9.500 18 .933 13 9.500 9.500 19.000 8 9.366 9.400 18.766 26 9.433 9.466 18.899 16 9.400 9.366 18 .766 26 9.400 9.566 18.966 10 9.266 9.400 18 .666 30 9. 133 9.266 18.399 51 9.533 9.400 18 .933 13 9.266 9.366 18.632 33 9.300 9. 033 18 .333 55 , 9.400 9.500 18.900 15 9.466 9.433 18. 899 16 9.466 . 9.500 18 .966 10

9.400 9.566 18 .966 7 9.366 9 .300 18.666 26 9.200 9.533 18.733 17 9 .366 9.500 18.866 14 9.466 9.800 19.266 2 9.366 9.533 18.8 99 11 9 .433 9.466 18 .899 11 9 .333 9.466 18.799 16 9. 133 9.466 18.599 29 9.366 9.533 18.899 11 9.300 9.433 18.733 17 9 .266 9.300 18 .566 31 9.300 9 .500 18.800 15 9. 13 3 9.300 18.433 38

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After each category, the r.e ader will find a list of appropriate articles. The title of the article; author (when given); month and pages are given in that order. With this issue we announce an additiona l MG service. Those of you who wou ld l ike a reproduction of any article appearing in the first. six Volumes of The Modern Gymnast may ob tain them from the Education Editor at a cost of 25c per page (8V2" x 11 ") . Checks or money orders should be made payable to A. Bruce Frederick. (Mail requests to 2125 Ar:r.zUr.U~G.F Wilmington,4 Del. 19808). Statement by Rear Admiral T . Hamilton relati v e to AAU-USGF dispute. 1/ 64, p . 34 ·Letter from Bill Crow and defense of USGF by G. Sundby 4/ 64, p. 5 BALANCE BEAM Balance Beam (N. Zabka) 1/ 64, pp. 30-31 Straddle Swing Movements (H. Vogel) 2/ 64, pp. 32-33 . Advanced Straddle Swing Movements (H. Vogel) 4 / 64, pp. 24-25 Balance Beam (M. Jaronczyk) 12/ 64, pp. 32-33 BALLET FOR GYMNASTICS Gymnastic Ballet (G . Kaywell) 1/ 64 , p . 28 Ballet Exercises-Feet (G. Kaywell) 4 / 64, p. 29 Straddle Sp l it (G. Kaywell) 7-8 / 64, p. 22 Ballet For Gymnastics (New record by Stepping Tones) 9-10 / 64, p. 22 Upper Back Flexibility (G. Ka ywell) 9-10 / 64 , p.23 Note: Mrs. Kaywell contributed an· article on gymnastic ballet to DANCE MAGAZINE in November, 1963. BOOK REVIEWS Advanced Gymnastics for Women by June Allison 1/ 64, p . 34 Even Parallel Bars for Women by Helen Sjursen 5-6 / 64, p. 7 Gymnastics For Girls by Eric Hughes (Ed.) et. al. 7-8 / 64 , p. 34


INTERNATIONAL GYMNASTICS The Ollerup Gym Teachers (N. Madsen) 3 / 64 , p. 6 North American Gymnastic Championships (A. B. Frederick) 4/ 64 , pp. 22-23 Danish Gy m Team Visit 5-6 / 64 , pp. 20-21 South African Tour-USGF (0. A reborn) 910/ 64 , p. 13 , Canadian Gymnastic Championships 9-10/ 64 , pp. 14-19 Scandinavian Gymnastics (J. Hinds) 12/ 64 , p. 7 JUDGING Proposed ·USGF Rules and Code of Points (Men) 5-6 / 64, pp. 12-15 New Judging Concepts (Women) 7-8 / 64, p. 6 F.I.G. Schedu le of Deductions (Women) 12 / 64 , P. 24 Introductory Program of Gymnastic Judging (J. Brodeur) 12/ 64, pp. 33-34 LONG HORSE VAULT Observ ations on the Hecht (A. Shurlock) 1/ 64 , p. 42 MEET ORGANIZATION Meet Check List (G. Wilson) 12 / 64 , p . 28 NACGC (Nat iona l . Assoc. of College Gymnastic Coaches) NACGC Meeting Highlights (5 . Balie) 4 / 64, p. 13 NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON GIRL'S SPORTS (N.i. G.S.) National Instiute on Girl's Sports (A. B. Frederick) 1/ 64 , pp. 10-34 N.I.G.S.-Fitting Memorial to a Fallen President (A. B. Frederick) 1/ 64, p. 12 Institute Challenge (5. Jernigan) 1/ 64, p. 14 The Girl of Today and Her Potential Contri-but ion to International Understanding Through Sports (Dr. G. Drew) 1/ 64, p. 16 The Place of Gymnastics in the Physical Education Program (B . Drury) 1/ 64, p. 17 Dev eloping Programs in Track and Field and Gymnastics for Girls (Dr. A. Espenschade) 1/ 64 , p. 33 Phil osophical Interpretation-N.I.G.S. (Dr. K. Ley) 1/ 64, p. 33 . Our Challenge for Tomorrow (5. Jernigan) 1/ 64, p . 33 N . I.G.S. Meeting 7-8 / 64, p. 15 OLYMPICS Best Gymnasts of 1963 (Swiss I nformation Service) 4 / 64, P. 7 . Final Japanese Ol ympic Trial s 7-8 / 64, p. 17 U.S. Olympic Qualifiers 7-8 / 64, pp. 17-21 Oly mpic Trials 9-10/ 64, p. 9 USA Olympic Gymnastic Data (History of U.S. Olympic Teams) (G. Sundby, Ed .) 1 1/ 64 , pp. 5-7 Olympic Gy mnastic Tea m El iminations (J. Wright) 11 / 64, pp . 12-21 Sequence Pictures of Olympians 11 / 64 pp.32-33 Oly mpic Observations (G. Sundby) 12/ 64, p. 5 Tok yo. Memories ( L. Banner) 12/ 64, pp. 16-17 OlympIc Report-Women (Vannie Edwards) 12/ 64, p. 18 Meade) 12/ 64, Oly mpic Report-Men (Bill p. 19 Olympic Statistics (A. B. Frederick) 3 / 64 , p. 13 PARALLEL BARS P-Bar Routine Sequence Photos-Ron Barak 3 / 64 , pp. 16-17 Peach to Handstand (A. Shurlock) 3 / 64 , p. 30 Stutz to Handstand (A. Shurlock) 4 / 64 p. 35 Spotting the Giant Back Roll (J. Farka s) 7-8 / 64, p. 23 Front Somi Dismount (A. Shurlock) 9-10 / 64 , p. 29 Full Pirouette Forwa rd (" Heal y") Geo. Falussy 11 / 64, p. 37 PERSONALITIES James Bosco (Research Ed.-The Modern Gymnast) 2/ 64, p. 12 PHYSICAL FITNESS Diet and Fitness (M . Korondi) 2/ 64, p. 30 Fitness In Ev eryday ActiVity (M. Korondi) 3/64, p. 20 Fitness Exercises (M. Korondi) 7-8 / 64 , p. 24 Food Fads vs . Food Science (V. Josselyn) 12/ 64, p. 11 Exercises for Abdominals and Thighs (M. Korondi) 12/ 64, p . 27 POETRY Inside a Young Gymnast (L. Gridges) 5-6 / 64, p. 7 RESEARCH What Research Is and Is Not (A. B. Frederick) 1/ 64, p. 13 Effects of Pond's Palaestrum on the KrausWeber Test (J. Bosco) 3 / 64, P. 5 Relation of Structural and Functiona l Measures to Success in College Athletics (V. DiGiovanna) 4 / 64 , p. 12 Effects of Physical Educati on and Athlet ics Upon Certain Motor Fitness Tests (Pond Cureton & Bosco) 5-6 / 64, pp. 24-25 ' Influences of Physical Education Activities on Motor Ability and Physical Fitness (e. W. LandlSs) 7-8 / 64, p. 7 Effect of Gymnastics on Motor Fitness of Boys • (G. Motz) 9-10/ 64, p. 28 Effect of Physical Education Activities on Muscular Endurance Test Scores (5. L. Fordham) 11 / 64, p . 35 . Effects. of Gymnastics on the Cardiovascular ~ ·Condlt!on. of Boys (H. H. Bell) 12/ 64 p. 10 RHYTHMIC GyMNASTICS . ' What's Different About Rhythmic Exercises? (B .. sa l t~si_ec:ler) 1/ 64, p. 30

Modern Gy mnastics-Letter on Ball Work (G. vonM artlnY) 1/ 64, p. 43 Artistic Gymnastics (M. Korondi) 3 / 64 , p. 21 RhythmiC Exerc ises Using Balls (B . Saltzsieder ) 4 / 64, pp. 26-27 Rhythmic Ex ercises Using Ropes (B. Soltzsieder) 5-6 / 64 , pp. 23-24 Rhythmic Exercises-Part III (B . Soltzsieder) 7-8 / 64, p. 16 Artistic Gy mnastics-Posture and Arm Positions RI~~S Korondi) 7-8 / 64, p. 25

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s m a ll , s in cer ely s pok e n w ords- " W e trI e d " a r e a ll th a t counts . I h op e Mr. S we eney r ec e ives m a n y a nswers to hi s le tte r proving tha t th e junior a nd senior hi g h school leve ls a r e n ot only t ea c hin g, but a r e e n couraging g y mn as ti cs. Sincer ely, Ann Gorm a n Ins truc t or, Phy sical Education D eep Cr e ek Jr., Sr. High S c hool Wh a t is a Gymnast ? Between th e bruises of a mis-judgell skill a nd the sore muscl·es of a newly learn e d routine, w e find a competent cre~ture c~lIed a gymn a st . Gymnasts come on varIous weights, heights, shapes and hair colors , but a ll gymnasts have the same creedt o pe rform every skill in each routine to the best of their ability.

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When her team is behind, a gymnast IS incompetent , careless, . indecisive, lazy un-

coordinated a nd stupId. Just when her t eam thre a tens to win a meet she arri-:es late, forgets her tigh ts, mIsses a Skill, curls her toes f a lls off the a pparatus or com plet e ly for'gets her routine.

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A gymn ast is a c omposIt e-sh e eats II'k e a gymnast, sleeps like a. gymnast, but more often than not acts lIke a complete ama teur. To a fellow gymnast she h a s the b ra in s of a genius, the slimness of a model, the stubborness of a mule, the determin ation of the coach, the agility of a n adagIO dance r th e muscles of Hercules a nd the a bility' of all Olympic gymnasts combined.

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To a coach, fo r gymnastic a b I' I'Ity , Sh e has the stability ·of mush, the fleetness of a snail, the gracefulness of an elephant, the flexibility of an iron rod, the creatlv.'ty of a robot; is held together by adheSIve t a pe, ba lling wire, knee pads, sponge rubber and h a s as much chance of performing next week as would her own gra ndmother.

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To a teacher, a gymnast IS someone w"o ~ will always day dream,. neve r study as mU Ch, listen as well, fIght as flerce.ly , t a ke p art in as many class rOom -a ctI vIt Ie s Or genera te nearly the same amount of spirit for her homework as would all her other s tudents combined.

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a dentist appointment, an algebra answer, a coa ch 's suggestion, a Saturday date or the m ovements of a neWly learned skill design e d especially to result in a successful a nd well executed routine every t ime it is tried .

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he r. You can defeat her , but you can't m a ke h er lose he ... spirit. Might as well a dmit it , be you teacher, coach, mother.or friend-she is your personal repl'esentatlve in s portsm a nship ; your symbol of fair a nd ha r d play. She may not be an Ali-American, but she is an example of the American way. She is judged not for her race, n ot for h er religion, not for her social standing, but by the yardstick of how w e ll she performs , contrIbutes and sacrifices indiVIdu a l gl ory for the over-all success of her te am.

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Sh e is a hard working, untiring, deter m ined kid doing the very best she can for h er team and school. And when y ou come out of a meet grousing and feel ing upset because your team has lost , sh·e makes you feel mighty ashamed with just two

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