THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, February 14, 1970
Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 14, 1970
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wrestlers at Iowa
By DAVE SODERQUIST Only one freshman, Dan Sherman,
Just as the Michigan wrestlers is likely to be in the starting line-
are beginning to get the pins up. The remaining nine spots will
dropping again, the Iowa Hawk- be filled by seven lettermen and
eyes appear on the schedule. The two sophomores.
Wolverines will be traveling out Sherman will face Michigan jun-
to the flatlands and Iowa City for Jerry Hoddy in the 118-pound
today to meet their toughest foe division. Hoddy has been doing1
thus far this season. well and his experience is ex-
Iowa, out to challenge Spartan pected to be the key for the win.
wrestling supremacy, has lost only JUNIOR DAN BRIGGS, who
one meet - to Michigan State placed fourth in the Big T e n
February 4. The Hawkeyes won Tournament last year, will go
four bouts and drew in the meet, against Wolverine Ty Belknap in
and Assistant Coach Rick B a y the 134 division.
Cagers seek lost momentum
explained, It was nip and tuck
all the way."
In the Midwest Open over the
semester break, Michigan finish-
ed second, considerably higher
than the Iowa team who ran tenth
behind number one Michigan
State. Bay cautioned, "Iowa was
not at full strength at the time
of the tournament. They had a
few injuries, but now they are
nearly at their full power. Mich-
igan, on the other hand, was at
full strength for the tourney."
THE HAWKEYE line-up will be
much the same as it was last year.
Senior Joe Carstensen and
Michigan rookie Mark King will
meet each other for the second
time this season at 142. In the
Midwest Open King pulled out a
last second pin over Carstensen.
"It was a disputed call," B a y
said. "The referee signalled a pin,
but because of all the crowd noise,
he didn't hear the buzzer sound.
It was up to the timer to decide
whether the signal for the pin had
come before or after the buzzer.
He ruled the ref indicated the pin
at the buzzer, giving Mark the
THE 150 POUND class may be
the stumbling block for the Wol-
verines as senior Lane H e a d-
rick, one of Michigan's top grap-
plers, injured his knee in the In-
diana meet and may not start.
One of two freshmen will take his
place, either Marty Chouinard or
The next match will have added
interest. Tom Quinn will be wrest-
ling John Evashevski, son of the
former Michigan grid star, Forest
Evashevski. He is now the Hawk-
eye athletic director.
In the final bout Michigan
freshman Rick Bolhouse and sen-
ior Mike Edwards will square off.
Last season, Edwards, in earning
his second letter, only mustered
a 1-1 record. Bolhouse is used to
his opponents being rough and
experienced, and among other in-
juries, has been knocked uncon-
scious on the mats.
By J. A. Z. McFERZON
Michigan's ailing basketball
team, after being dealt a humbling
defeat by the Evansville Purple
Aces Tuesday night, will travel to
Madison today to take on the
Badgers of Wisconsin, currently
one of the hottest teams in the
The Wolverines may play with-
out the services of center Rodney
Ford and guard Dick Bloodworth,
both of whom have been injured
In addition, the Wolverines are
coming off a humiliating 78-73
loss to Evansville-a game which
Assistant Coach Fred Snowden
characterized as "the worst of the
All this plus the fact that Wis-
consin has won four of its last six
games and scored 100 points in the
loss to conference leader Iowa
earlier this week should present
a formidable task for the Wolver-
ONE OF THE Badgers' victories
came against Illinois, a team that
whipped Michigan earlier in the
year by a score of 73-71. The Bad-
gers have also racked up impres-
sive victories over Ohio University
and Michigan State. In the State
game the Badgers' outstanding de-
fense held super-soph Ralph
Simpson to only 15 points.
Still, Snowden expects nothing
less than victory. "We think we'll
be ready and we'll give them some
problems," he said.
If Bloodworth and Ford can't
play, adjustments in the team's
line-up could take on several
fors: either Bill Fraumann, Bird
Carter or Harry Hayward could be
moved to the pivot with variations
in the front court.
ONE MORE problem the cagers
will face comes in the form of
junior Clarence Sherrod, the Bad-
ger guard who popped in 35 points
against Iowa and climbed to 5th
place in Big Ten scoring with a
25.4 scoring average.
Either Dan Fife or Mark Henry
will draw the assignment of guard-
ing Sherrod, who Snowden sees as
"some problem." The other start-
ers, three of whom are sophomores,
make up the team which has the
second best average in the league
in holding opponents to a low
shooting percentage (44.5 per cent)
from the floor.
Wisconsin also faces problems
in the game. "Michigan is a strong
team and their offensive average
is far better than ours," says Wis-
consin coach John Powless.
' "WE'LL JUST have to try to
contain them, and work our own
offense," he adds. "They play a
lot like we do. Of course, they've
got (Rudy) Tomjanovich and
that's enough to say about them."
But even with Tomianovich,
the team is crippled and will have
to play better ball than they did
against Evansville if they hope to
climb up in the Big Ten confer-
"We WON'T have any trouble
getting the team up," contends
Snowden. "The game in Evans-
ville was an example of nobody
wanted to play. I haven't seen it
happen yet that a team can go a
season without a bad night; in
fact, I had expected it sooner,"
Snowden also hopes to maintain
the regular starting lineup if pos-
sible, instead of juggling it around
so that reserves can see more play-
"We want to win the rest of
the games this year," says Snow-
den, "and we won't change t h e
Iowa 7 0
Purdue 6 2
Illinois 5 2
Minnesota 5 3
Ohio State 5 3
Wisconsin 3 4
MICHIGAN 3 5
Michigan State 2 6
Indiana 1 6
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Rudy Tomjanovich drives for two
Speed demons to highlight meet
UNIVERSITY REFORMED CHURCH
East Huron at Flee (behind Rackham)
By DALE ARBOUR
John Carlos and Lee Evans may
not be on an official NCAA team
this season, but that fact hasn't
presented any barriers to their
competing as individuals. This will
become apparent at East Lansing
today where Carlos and Evans are
both entered in special events at
the Michigan State Relays.
Carlos w ill be running in a
special 60 yard dash which also
features Herb Washington of
Michigan State, Gene Brown of
Michigan, and Jerry Hill of Ohio
State. All four of these speedsters
are capable of running :06.0 or
better, with Carlos holding t h e
World Record at :05.9, which he
set last year.
IN THE 300 YARD DASH, Car-
los will face Jim Harris of Ohio
State and Gene Thomas of East-
ern Michigan. Harris has a best
time of :30.6 while Thomas has
also run :30.6. Carlos has a best
time in the 300 of :30.0.
While Carlos is busy in the 60,
and 300, former teammate Lee
Evans will be running in a special
600 yard run. But where Carlos
has a definite advantage in his
respective events, Evans will be at
a disadvantage when he faces Bill
Wehrwein of Michigan State.
Wehrwein is the American record
holder in the 600 with a time of
1:09.0. Pat Bynoe of Eastern
Michigan and Dick Bruggeman of
Ohio State will also be entered in
the special 600 and could be vic-
torious if Evans or Wehrwein are
not performing in top form.
The team which looks strongest
overall in this meet is Michigan,
with strong teams entered in the
distance medley, two mile' relay,
and sprint medley.
THE DISTANCE MEDLEY team
placed second last weekend at the
Western Michigan Relays with a
time of 10:00.7 while the two mile
relay also placed second last week-
end with a time of 7:43. But both
of these relay teams are back to
full strength after last week when
illness had kept some of the best
runners home f r o m Western
440, followed by Gene Brown and
Trevor Matthews with 220s, and
anchored by John Thornton in
THE TWO MILE RELAY will
have Eric Chapman leading off,
followed by Norm Cornwell to Rick
Storrey to Paul Armstrong. A 11
four of these runners are capable
of breaking 1:52 for the 880.
In individual events for Michi-
gan will be Ron Shortt in the pole
vault and John Mann in the high
jump. Both of these men have a
good chance of coming home with
first place in their respective
events. Godfrey Murray will be
trying to break or tie the school
record in the 70-yard high hurdles
in what promises to be a tough
field of hurdlers. Kirk Hanson who
was injured all last year will be
running the two mile.
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