United States Military Academy West Point - Howitzer Yearbook (West Point, NY)

 - Class of 1968

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United States Military Academy West Point - Howitzer Yearbook (West Point, NY) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 385
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GYMNASTICS It was a hard working year of ups and downs for the gymnastics team. After two months of pre-season practice the team had Us first taste of victory with a solid win over the Zoomies in Colorado Springs. With this sweet triumph as a springboard, the Gymnasts went on to put away Pittsburgh and the Merchant Ma- riners before Christmas. After Christmas leave, the team ran into a tough schedule and some troublesome iniuries. Veteran all-around man Rick DiNlcola ' s ankle, Don Warner ' s back, and Drew Allen ' s battle with the Academic Department all meant that the Gymnasts had to work doubly hard to beat Syracuse at West Point before the Navy meet. Versatile Dick Kent, along with Robella, Yasukawa, Kerestes, Adams, Casey and Captain Beckwlth were all dependable scorers for the squad. With just Navy and the EIGL championships left, the team traveled to Annapolis determined not to let the Middle First Class gymnasts graduate with a star for their letters. The meet was a close one; less than two points separated the final scores, but as they have each year since 1961, the Army Team brought home the stars. Barry Robella won both the still rings and the parallel bars events, while Charlie Beckwith on the side horse and Rick DlNicola, all-around, both turned in outstanding performances. A clearly superior trampoline team and a solid high bar squad proved key in clinching the victory. At the EIGL championship meet. Army took several honors. Beck- with placed second on the side horse, and he and Robella, who took third on floor exercise, qualified to travel to Tucson for the NCAA Championships. John Lucas placed fifth on the still rings and Ron Yasukawa, on the high bar, took seventh. Coach Frank Wells can be proud of this year ' s hard-working team. GYMNASTICS TEAM— Front Row: Andrew Allen, Barry Robella, Ronald Yasukawa. Coach Frank Wells, Captain Charles Beckwith, Dan Adams, Richard DiNicola, Richard Kent. Middle Row: MAJ Robert Dagen, William Casey. John Lucas, Roy Moore, Guy Miller, Jonathan Shine, Donald Warner, Thomas Kerestes, Manager Frank Chapman. Back Row: Assistant Coach Ron Clemmer, George Bramblla, Patrick Dunphy, Hurley Mitchell, William Elliott, Michael Ryan, John Benor, Assistant Coach LT George Williams. 381

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