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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 4, 1968

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, December 4, '1968

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CONDITIONING DECISIVE:
Grapplers sharp in Pitt wmin

'Wolverines in all-star contests

By JOE MARKER
Michigan's wrestling s q u a d
swept into Washington, Pennsyl-
vania, last Saturday and scored
an unexpectedly decisive triumph
over highly regarded Pittsburgh.
The Wolverines captured five
of the nine matches, while losing
only two, en route to a 21-10 de-
cision over the Panthers.
Michigan coach Cliff Keen was
wary of Pitt for two understand-
able reasons. First, the Panthers'
line-up was loaded with sopho-
mores, who as freshmen last year
defeated their Michigan counter-
parts.
Secondly Keen was sending an
extremely inexperienced line-up
onto.the mat. Three of the Mich-
igan grapplers hlad no previous
varsity experience, while two had
wrestled only once before.
QUICK WIN
Michigan actually won the meet
in the first four matches, piling
up a 13-2 lead on a pin, two de!.
cisions, and a tie.
1 Sophomore Tim Cech, one of
those wrestling his first varsity
match, started the b a11 rolling

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when he pinned Pitt's Tom Grant one in the crowd of 1,000 by tying
at 4:09, taking charge from the the talented Panther 5-5 in the
opening seconds, key match of the afternoon. "This
Veterans Lou Hudson and Geoff gave us the shot in the arm we
Henson added six more points to needed," commented assistant
the Michigan total with easy de- coach Rick Bay.
cisions in the 130 and 137 pound TIGHT DECISIONS'
weight classes. Michigan dropped hairline de-
Coach Keen has a nice problem cisions in the 152 and 167 pound
in the 130 pound category, with classes, as Pat Lavery decisioned
any of three men capable of doing Jim Sanger and Jesse Rawls, a
the job, namely Hudson, Steve transfer student, was edged by
Rubin, or Mark Rubin. Pitt's Bob Kuhn. Kuhn's victory
His solution was to move Mark was accomplished with a takedown
Rubin up to 145 p o u n d class, in the final seconds of the match.
where he had to face highly re- Captain Pete Cornell turned in
garded M a r k Payne. Payne, a his usual workmanlike job,. over-
sophomore, had been undefeated whelming his opponent 12-0 in
over a three year span, and was the 177 pound category.
supposed to make easy pickings The heavyweight match-up was
of his lighter opponent. supposed to be a rematch of the
However, Rubin, another new- Pennsylvania state high school
comer to the Michigan scene, up- championship tilt, in which Mich-
set the applecart, stunning every- igan's Pete Drehmann had de-
feated Ralph Sindrich for the ti-
tle.
However, Sindrich was unable
to compete, and Drehmann de-
cisioned Paul Allen, 4-2. He was
somewhat exhausted after the
match, since his football duties
this past fall allowed him only
three days to get into shape for
the ipatch.
Inh reflecting on the victory,
Bay thought that conditioning

in glanor tilts
ANN ARBOR-Michigan's dead-
ly offensive duo of halfback Ron
Johnson and quarterback Dennis
Brown, who between them domi-
nated this year individual statis-
tics, has been invited to join the
East squad for the annual East-
West Shrine All-Star, game Dec.
28 in San Francisco.
Two other members of the Wol-
verines, Tom Goss and George
Hoey, will play in the North-South
All-Star game in Miami, Fla., Dec.
25th.
Johnson, who led the surprising
Wolverines to an outstanding 6-1
record, said, "This is a real honor
for me to be selected for this fine
charity game and I'm certainly
looking forward to playing in it."
The 205 pound Michigan cap-
tain broke five league records and
tied a sixth in becoming the first
rusher in Big Ten history to gain
over 1,000 yards in league com-
petition. Johnson broke single
game and season rushing and
scoring records and moved into
the- No. 2 position among career
rushers behind former Illinois
great Jim Prabowski.
He became Michigan's first
rushing champion since Jim Pace
won in 1957 with 584 yards and
the sixth since 1939, and also won
Michigan's 7th individual scoring,-
title.
Brown broke many of Michi-
gan's xseason and career passing
records and set a couple of Big
Ten totals offense marks. He at-
tempted more passes (389), com-
pleted more (194) and had more
yardage passing (2518) than any
passer in Michigan football his-
tory. The 178 pounder is only the
fourth Wolverine to cop the con-
ference passing title.
Goss and Hoey spearheaded a
Michigan defense which was thel
conference stingiest in points al-
lowed . . . until the Columbus de-
bacle.
In addition, Hoey returned
punts for a whopping 550 yards in
his career, second only to Gene
Derricotte's 753 yards.. Goss, a
superior defensive tackle, made 54
unassisted tackles, throwing run-
ners for losses nine times this sea-
son. His tough play was a main
reason why the Wolverine defense
yielded only 16.4 points per game.

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DENNIS BROWN rolls out with Ron Johnson blocking against Michigan= State this year. Both
players along with Tom Goss and George Hoey are slated to play in post season all star games.
Johnson and Brown will be in the East-West Shrine game while Goss and Hoey will play in the
North South all star game.
FINA L POLL POSTPONED
OSU solidifies No. ranin
By The Associated Press for six straight weeks before being from 11th to 10th on the strength
That Dream Match-the No. 1 displaced by Ohio State a week of a 41-7 blasting of Oklahoma
team against the No. 2 outfit in ago, had 631 points-only 13 more State.
the Rose Bowl-remained a reality than No. 3 Penn State, 9-0 and Idle Purdue, 8-2, moved from
today . . . but just barely. Orange Bowl bound. 12th to 11th; Alabama, 8-2, ad-
Ohio State solidified its hold on A week ago, Ohio State held vanced from 15th to 12th follow-
thestoppot in he oated utonly a 10-point margin over ing a 24-16 victory over Auburn;
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but the Buckeyes' New Year's Day
foe, Southern California, had only
a precarious hold on second place
after last weekend's 21-21 draw
with Notre Dame.
The Buckeyes, who wound up
their regular season on a 9-0 note
with their win over Michigan
Nov. 23, drew 34 of the 39 first
place votes in amassing 770 points.
Southern Cal, the No. 1 team
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Because the race is so tight the 14th, and surprising Ohio U., 10-0,
final AP poll of the season won't leaped from 17th to 15th although
be released until after the Jan. 1 it did not play.
bowl games.
Georgia, 8-0-2; which polished Rounding out the top 20 were
arch-rival Georgia Tech 47-8 last No. 16 Missouri, 7-3;' No. 17 Ari-
weekend, remained fourth, but zona State, 8-2; Houston, down all
Texas, 8-1-1, advanced a notch to Ithe way to 18th from 10th after
fifth after routing Texas A&M a 40-20 loss to Florida State that
35-14 Thanksgiving Day. lifted the Seminoles from among
Idle Kansas, 9-1, slipped to the also rans into the No. 19 slot,
sixth, while Notre Dame's tie with and No. 20 Southern Methodist, a
USC boosted the Irish 7-2-1, up newcomer which finished with a
two spots to seventh. 7-3 record Nov. 26,
Tennessee, 8-1-1, a 10-7 con- Auburn, 18th last week, dropped
queror of stubborn Vanderbilt was from the rankings after the loss

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Denzin garners
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The top 20, with first-place votes, re-
cords and total points. Points awarded
first 15 picks on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-
10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1:
1. Ohio State 34 9-0 770f

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Center Dave lenzin has wan the 2. Southern California 2 9-0-1 631
Dr. Arthur Robinson Award. This 3. Penn State 39-0 eighth, down one spot; idle Ar- to Alabama. Also vanishing was
honor is presented annually to the 4. Georgia 8-0-2-528 kansas, 9-1, dropped one place to Arizona 19th after suffering a 30-
senor iathletentmdinnguth5best exas8-1-1399 ninth, and Oklahoma jumped 7 drubbing by Arizona State.
snoatltcobnnthbet6. Kansas 9-1 3941
football ability and academic 7. Notre Dame 7-2-1 335
achievements. 8. Tennessee 8-1-1 312B us c 'i' trophy
----9. Arkansas 9-1 285x C t a~ o a
10. Okiahona 7-3 228
11. Purdue 8-2 139
12. Alabama 8-2 13 NEW YORK )- Ohio State
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A IM EE SU 14. Oregon state 7-3 87 and its 1969 football powerhouse
15. Ohio University 10-0 49 was named the nation's top college
16. Missouri 7-3 44 team by the National Football
sells at 17. AHriotna State -2 Foundation and 13 grid greats of
19. Florida state 8-2 21 the past were inducted into the
Student Book Service 20. Southern Methodist 7-3 18 National Football Hall of Fame at
Other teams receiving votes listed al- the Foundation's annual banquet
215 S. University phabetically: Army, Auburn, California, last night.
Harvard, tanford, Virginia Tech, Wyo- ChsrLa chredntf
mningYale. Chester LaRoche, president of
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- and a formerYale quarterback,
was awarded the Gold Medal for
R o Jwie rlong and meritorious service.
Eleven 'current college players
received post-graduate scholar-
ships for being named Founda-
8:15 P.M. December 6 tion scholar-athleteseW
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his Buckeyes, who won the Big or winner, Admiral Jonas Ing-
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in ,The Associated Press poll. 1904-05; Judge Ed Rodgers of
ALL ARE I NVI TED Clark Shaughnessy, honored for Carlisle and Minnesota, 1897-
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