In electroweak theory without elementary Higgs scalars

existence of a solution, which breaks initial

symmetry is shown. A composite scalar doublet serves

as a substitute for usual Higgs. The mass of the

surviving Higgs scalar is predicted to be

$M_H = 117 \pm 7\,GeV$. The resulting theory

contains realistic $W,\,Z,\,t$ masses and composite

massive Higgs. Parameters used

are $g$, $\theta_W$, cut-off $\Lambda\,\simeq\,3500\,GeV$

and triple gauge constant $\lambda_V\,\simeq\,-0.034$.

Stable nontrivial solution for extra interactions of

the Higgs particle gives contribution to muon

$g-2$: $\Delta a = 49.4\cdot 10^{-10}$ that agrees with

the recently reported anomaly. The extra interaction leads

to a number of experimental consequences for B.R. of Higgs

decay and its production cross-section in $e^+e^- $ and

$\bar p p$ collisions including recommendation for looking

for Higgs via decay $H \to 2\,\gamma$.

**Document number: **2001-35/675

**Authors: **B. A. Arbuzov

**Email: **arbuzov@theory.sinp.msu.ru