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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 8, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 8, 1970

The U-M Tae Kwon Do Association
CO-EDUCATIONAL
KiARiATIE
The ultimate in self-defense and physical fitness
WEST-SOUTH QUAD CLUB
TIME: Tues. and Thurs., 7-9 P.M., Sun., 2-4 P.M.
PLACE: West Quad 2nd Floor Dining Room
MASTER INSTRUCTOR: Robert B.C. You, 5th Dan
Korean Black Belt
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EAST-SIDE CLUB-EVERY DAY

Matmen

rip

off

icipless

Hoosiers

By AL KAUFMAN fall with 2:24 remaining in the
Michigan's wrestlers bombed the period.
invadigInian siersmbef ore The next Michigan pin was
invading Indiana Hoosiers beoefashioned by Lane Headrick in the
a large crowd yesterday afternoon 150 pound class.n
at the Events Bldg., and in the 10pudcas
process racked up three pins, the Headrick drew first blood in his
most pins by the team in a Big match with Dale Barnard by tak-
Ten Dual meet since the OSU ing Barnard down in the opening
meet in February 1968. period.
jTy Belknap, Michigan's 134- Headrick picked up a reversal
pounder, started the pinwheel roll- in the second period, and took a
ing by flattening Mike Milan early three point lead into the final
in the second period, period.

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Belknap quickly grabbed control Barnard seemed to tire during
of the match by taking down Milan the third period, as Headrick re-
early in the first period. Once Bel- fused to be satisfied with his lead
y knap had his opponent on the mat and tried to obtain a cradle and
he began to work for the fall, and pin his foe. Headrick got his cra-
nealy ared nelat inth pe {dle halfway through the period,
a y ea o e and picked up three points for a
rnod. arfall

Quinn, wrestling from the down
position in the third period, quick-
ly escaped. The rest of the match
was a circus. Quinn picked up a
takedown, Ranieri reversed him,
Quinn escaped, then took the hap-
less Hoosier down, and nearly pin-
ned him.
Rawls continued wrestling after
slightly injuring his arm in the
second period and nearly pinned
Clary in the third period.
One Michigan wrestler nearly
fell to a pin, as Ev Barnett picked
up predicament points in the first
period of his match with Michi-
gan's Jim Hagan. Barnard even-
tually chalked up, an 8-3 win.
Therlon Harris, Michigan's 190-
pounder, was the only other Wol-
verine to lose, as John Arbuckle
eked out a mattow 1-0 win.
In addition to the five Michi-
gan wrestlers who pinned or near-
ly pinned their foes, Jerry HcU-
dy, Mark King and Rick Bol-
house won less spectacular victor-
ies.
Jerry Hoddy and Rick Boohouse,
the lightest and heaviest team
members, narrowly beat their op-
ponents, while 142-pounder Mark
King blasted out an 11-3 victory.

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PLACE: Angell School on S. University at Oxford
HEAD INSTRUCTOR: James B.C. Yu
INFORMATION: Call 769-4619

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Belknap startedthe second pe-
riod leading 5-0, and quickly
stretched this to 8-0 by escaping
from the bottom position and tak-
ing Milan down when the Indiana
grappler tried to maintain control.
Belknap's takedown, a whip-
over, led directly into a pinning
combination, and he secured thei
Humping the Hoosiers
118 POUNDS - Jerry Hoddy (M) dec.
Ron Hanna, 3-2.
126 POUNDS - Ev Barnard (I) dec.
Jim Hagan, 8-3.
134 POUNDS - Ty I elknap (M) pin-
ned Mike Milan, 3:36.
142 POUNDS - Mark King (M) dec.
Bill Willettes, 11-3.
150 POUNDS - Lane Headrick (M)
pinned Dale Barnard, 7:03.
158 POUNDS - Jim Sanger (M) pin-
ned Dave Geiger, 6:00.
167 POUNDS - Tom Quinn (M) dec.
Tony Ranieri, 17-3.
177 POUNDS - Jesse Rawls (M) dec.
Jim Clary, 12-3.
190 POUNDS - John Arbuckle (I)
dec. Therlon Harris, 1-0.
HWT. - Rick Bolhouse (M) dec. Tom
Kruyer, 6-5.

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Barnard, however, fought out
of his predicament,rand Headrick
went to work on another pinning
combination. This time, Headrick
used a chicken wing-arm bar to
put Barnard on his back, and the
referee signalled the pin with 57
seconds left in the match.
Acting co-captain Jim Sanger
followed Headrick, and picked up
Michigan's last pin of the day.
Sanger faced Indiana's D a v e
Geiger in the 158 pound class,
and Geiger never had a change,
as Sanger dominated throughout.
The Michigan grappler picked up
predicament points in both the
first and second periods, and Gei-
ger had to work hard to avoid'
being pinned during the s e c o n d
period.
Sanger started the third period
in the down position, but reversed
Geiger within fifteen seconds, and
began pushing Geiger toward the
mat. Geiger tried to squirm out of
Sanger's grasp, but Sanger threw
in a half-nelson, and racked up
the pin with two minutes remain-
ing in the period.
In addition to the three pins,
two other Michigan wrestlers near-
ly pinned their foes.
Tom Quinn, wrestling in the 167
weight class, faced Tony Ran-
ieri, and demolished him, 17-3.
The match started slowly, and
Quinn was only able to take a 2-1
lead into the second period.
Quinn had the up position in
the second period, and stretched
his lead to 4-1 when the referee
twice penalized Ranieri for stall-
ing.

BREAK OWN RECORD
Wolverine gymnasts destroy Buckeyes

-Daily-Dave Schindell

Jim Sanger works for pin

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BILL ROBERTSON
regrets having to inform his
friends that he will not be
having a "birthday party" as
scheduled on Feb. 7, at his
place.
Instead, he will be celebrating
Sunday afternoon (and/or eve-
ning) at Ward 7 West, Uni-
versity Hospital (in a some-
what less subcultural manner,
unfortunately) and his friends
are encouraged to come up and
see him sometime.

Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - Michigan once
again had good cause to bid Co-
lumbus a jubilant "Goodby" yes-
terday as the gymnasts decapitated
Ohio State by a record 164.50-1
150.90
Last week, the Wolverines set an
NCAA mark with 164.45 in the
Events Bldg, but yesterday's score
means a lot more than .05 point
since it was achieved in Columbus.
Although the Buckeyes did com-
paratively well, as they have been
averaging 147, the meet would've
been just as interesting without
them. Only all-arounder Bruce
Trott could crack the Michigan
juggernaut. He managed a third
in the parallel bars with a very
respectable 8.9. The rest, however,
belonged to the visitors.
The Wolverines performed sol

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PERSONAL EXPLORATIONS
(An informal seminar in "experiential" or "situation" theology)
All interested students are invited to share, clarify,
and explore with others those values, ideas, and feel-
ings most relevant to their lives. Participants in the
seminar will examine many of the basic value-judg-
ments and assumptions upon which their lives are
based and talk about the subjects-taboo or other-
wise - which they feel are important. Plans for
future meetings will be made at the first session.

well that Coach Newt Loken said
after the contest that "We got off
to a slow start, but after (Dick)
Kaziny's 9.5 on the side horse, we
really took off."
This "slow start" consisted of
27.0 in vaulting and then 27.20 in
the floor exercise. The next event
was the side horse. Rick Mc-
Curdy and Ray Gura began with
an 8.45 and an 8.95, but then came
Kaziny. The sophomore scored his
best of the season 14t this trick-
iest of events to start the b a I1
rolling.
In the last three events, two
team season highs were racked up.
The rings squad posted a 27.75
with Sid Jensen's "best-ever" 9.4
leading the way. The high bar
group was even greater as they
rated a stupendous 28.05 for Mich-
igan's first time over 28.0 for the
present campaign.
Sophomore Ed Howard was tops
with a 9.4, but Jensen was not far
behind with a 9.35. Loken com-
mented, "Jensen has almost
caught up to Howard. This is the
first time in his life that Sid
has done a Hecht dismount with
a full twist after a full routine.
Howard has been doing this for
the last few times out."
As an examination of the sta-
tisticsashows, Jensen was nothing
short of phenomenal in these final
Goodbye Columbus
VAULTING - 1. Gura (M) 9:05; 2.
IJensen (M) 9.0; 3. Huntzicker (M) $.95;
Team: (M) 27.0, (O) 25.75.
FLOOR EXERCICE - 1. Huntzicker
(M) 9.3; 2. Mackie (M) 9.0; 3. Jensen
(M) 8.9; Team: (M) 27.2, (0) 24.65.
SIDE HORSE - 1. Kaziny (M) 9.5;
2. Gura (M) 8.95; 3. McCurdy (M) 8.45;
Team: (M) 26.90, (0) 23.55.
RINGS - 1. Jensen 9.4; 2. McCurdy
(M) 9.25; 3. Frowick (M) 9.1; Team:
(M) 27.25, (O) 26.10.
PARALLEL BARS - 1. Rapper (M)
9.5; 2. Jensen (M) 9.3; Trott (O) 8.9;
Team: (M) 27.60, (0) 24.45.
H)GH BAR - 1. Howard (M) 9.4;
2. Jensen (M) 9.33; McCurdy (M) 9.3;
Team: (M) 28.05, (O) 25.40.
ALL-AROUND - 1. Jensen (M) 53.80.

three events. He scored over 9.3
in every one. His all-around mark,
of 53.80 could've been even better
if he had managed his season
average in the side horse. As it
was, he rated a 7.85, a full point
below the usual 8.8.
Jensen's partner and 'stiffest
competitor in the Big Ten, Mc-
Curdy, was sick with a cold yes-
terday, though he did compete in
all save the floor exercise.
The parallel bars team was the
one failing to reach a season high.
It managed a mere 27.60. Captain
Ron Rapper was again the stand-
out here with his second consecu-
tive 9.5. Rapper's score, however,
was no surprise to anybody, and
as a result was almost lost among
the r u s h of fantastic achieve-

ments.
Indeed, "fantastic" was
word Loken used to describe
boys' performance.; But the
year veteran still refuses to
on his laurels.

the
his
22-
rest,

so far, but the Wolverines will al-
so be competing against perenial-
ly strong Southern Illinois, who
according to Loken has been
"crowding 160."
No team in the Big Ten is as
tough as these two, so a victory
in Indiana would establish Michi-
gan as a virtual shoo-in for the
conference championship, to be
held at Minnesota.
Success in Gopherland would
mean it's "Philadelphia, h e r e we
come" for the NCAA's.
women lose
While the men were destroying
Ohio State. yesterday, the women
gymnasts 'were overpowered by
Kent State.
The Ohio team smashed Mich-
igan and Western Michigan by the
respective scores of 80.61 - 33 and
59 -24.51.
The best for the Wolverines
were Gail Rutgers, fifth in floor
exercises; Linda Cobb, sixth in
vaulting; Cobb, fifth in parallel
bars; and Cobb, secondon the bal-
ance beam.
The squad travels to 0, h i o
State next Saturday, but returns
home to meet Michigan State on
March 17.

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"We have some serious work
coming up this week," he said.
"We are checking off each meet
as they come up."
Michigan travels to Indiana
State next Friday night for what
will probably be the year's tough-
est dual meet competition. Indi-
ana State has gone over 160 twice

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Agnew antic stuns Sanders;
Tennis players to debate ban
By The Associated Press
PALM SPRINGS, Calif - Vice President Spiro Agnew, playing
in the Bob Hope Desert Classic Golf Tournament, hit professional
Doug Sanders in the back of the head with his second shot yester-
day.
Sanders was hit hard enough to bring blood at his scalp. He shook
his head and remained on his feet, continuing to play.
The Vice President was in a foursome with Sanders, Sen. George
Murphy, R-Calif., and host BobHope.
Sanders and Hope were standing in the fairway as Agnew se-
lected a wood for his second shot.
He sliced it almost dead right. Hope ducked. Sanders did, too, but
the ball struck him in the back of the head.
" PHILADEIPHIA - John Newcombe, president of the Inter-
national Tennis Players Association ITPA, said yesterday his organ-
ization would meet soon to discuss South Africa's boycott of American
tennis star Arthur Ashe.
Newcombe said he doubted whether all the members of his or-
ganization would decide to boycott South African tennis. "Many
South Africans have spent a lot of money building up the game in
their country - this would only hurt them."
O FARMINGTON, W. Va. - Sam Huff, former professional foot-
ball player, announced his candidacy for the U.S. Congress yesterday.
"I will seek the Democratic nomination to represent the people
of the First District of West Virginia." Huff told an audience of about
200 persons gathered at Farmington High School in West Virginia.
Huff said his major challenge, if elected, would be to stop the
exodus of the state's young people.

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