THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, January 12, 1969
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, January 12, 1969
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By ROD ROBERT
"We really showed Indiana that
we've got some good stuff. Every-
body swam well," said a happy
Gary Kinkead after Michigan's
strong showing in the Big Ten
Relays at East Lansing yesterday.
The powerful Hoosier team had
hoped to beat the stuffing out of
an upstart Wolverine swim squad.
But they won over Michigan by
only a 136-120 margin. Michigan
State was third, scoring 89, follow-
ed by Wisconsin with 73, Ohio
State 66, Minnesota 35, and Iowa
If Michigan ,had gotten breaks
in some of the photo finishes,
they might have even won the
meet. Coach Stager explained, "We
lost some close races, while In-
diana won theirs. The rest of the
field hurt us quite a bit when they
caused a few of our relays to fin-
ish third or fourth. If they had
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been seconds instead, the meet
would have been much, much
Indiana was still impressive as
they captured first in seven of
the twelve relays. But so was
Wolverine relay teams set two
meet records in four of their vic-
tories. That"s quite a rebound from
last year's 60 point loss to the
Hoosiers, when they failed to win
a single event.
It was obvious from the start
that Michigan would not sink
easily. Their 400 yard freestyle
relay of Bob and Greg Zann, Bob
Kircher, and Juan Bello won the
first event of the day.
But Indiana won the next two
races easily. In the 300 yard back-
stroke relay, Olympian Charlie
Hickcox came from more than
ten yards behind to just touch out
Ohio State's swimmer at the fin-
ish. The Indiana breaststroke
team featured two other Olym-
pians and theyhelped set a new
meet record, in the 300 yard event.
Not to be outdone, Michigan's
butterfly trio of Lee Biabee, Tom
Arusco, and Juan Bello made the
new Conference relay mark of
2:38-51. They won by nearly half
the length of the pool.
Both Indiana and Michigan
faltered in the one meter diving
as Ohio State took first, breaking
the two-team monopoly.
The 1500 yard relay followed
and provided Michigan's most
outstanding performance of the.
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second in Relays Matmen score early
.i1to tame 'Cats, 21-10
JUAN BELLO TOM ARUSOO, AND LEE BISBEE (left to right)
set a new meet record is the 300 yard butterfly event at the Big
Ten Relays in East Lansing yesterday. Michigan finished only
sixteen points behind swimming powerhouse Indiana,
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meet. Sophomore Mike Allen with-
stood the challenge of Indiana's
Fred Southward, until the Big
Ten champion in the 500 and 1650
gave up pursuit. Gary Kinkead
and Mike O'Connor had built up
a good lead for the first year
varsity distance swimmer, but
Southward was closing the gap
steadily. With four laps to go he
had had enough, and Allen coasted
Indiana Coach Doc Councilman
commented on the race after the
meet. "Southward has been both-
ered with tendonitis this year, and
has been at his best. I told him to
go after Allen, but if his shoulder
hurt too much, just to hold on to
At this point, Michigan was ac-
tually in the lead 60-58. But most
of Indiana's strong events were
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still to come. The perennial
Hoosier depth showed up again
this year as they took first in the
next five relays.
Michigan, however, won the
final race of the day. Mike O'Con-
nor, Gary Kinkead, Bob Zann, and
Juan Bello took the 800 yard free-
style relay with ease as they set
a new meet record of 7:11.96.
Stager was obviously happy with
his team's performance. "When
we came up here, preventing an
Indiana sweep was the big thing
on my mind. We ended up doing
a lot more than that."
400 FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Michi-
gan (G. Zann, R. Zann, Kircher, Bello),
3:13.82. 2. Indiana. 3. Michigan State.
300 BACKSTROKE RELAY - 1. In-
diana, 2:46.82, Pool Record. 2. Ohio
State. 3. Michigan (R. Allen, Mertz,
300 BREASTSTROKE RELAY -- 1. In-
diana, 3:04.31, Pool Record. 2. Michigan
State. 3. Michigan (Mahler, Mahoney,
300 BUTTERFLY RELAY - 1. Mich-
igan (Bisbee, Arusoo, Bello), 2:38.51,
Pool and Meet Records. 2. Indiana. 3.
ONE-METER DIVING RELAY -- 1.
Ohio State, 391.30. 2. Wisconsin. 3.
Michigan (McManaman, McGuire).
1500 FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Mich-
igan (M. Allen, O'Connon, Kinkead),
14:53.25, Pool and Meet Records. 2.
Indiana. 3. Michigan State.
200 FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Indiana,
1:28.10, Pool Record. 2. Wisconsin. 3.
Michigan (Harmony, Kircher, Moore, G.
400 MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Indiana,
3:37.82. 2. Michigan State. 3. Michigan
(R. Alien, Mahoney, Bisbee, R. Zann).
200 MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Indiana,
1:38.66, Pool Record. 2. Michigan (Mertz,
Mahoney, Bisbee, G. Zann).
300 IINDIVIDUAL MEDLEY RELAY -
1. Indiana, 2:46.71, Pool Record. 2. Wis-
consin. 3. Ohio State.
THREE-METER DIVING RELAY - 1.
Indiana, 445.30. 2 Michigan (Meaden,
Rydze). 3. Ohio State.
800 FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Mich-
igan (O'Connor, Kinkead, R. Zann,
Bello) 7:11.96, Meet Record. 2. Michi-
gan State. 3. Indiana.
By JOE MARKER
Michigan's undefeated wrestlers
racked up victories in three early
matches and then pulled off un-
expected upsets in the heavier
weight classes to register a 21-10
triumph over Northwestern's Wild-
cats yesterday at the Events Build-
The match marked the first of
two important showdowns with
teams that finished ahead of the
Wolverines in the recent Midlands
tournament. Next week the Wol-
verines tangle with powerful Iowa
in Iowa City.
However brilliant the other
Wolverines were in their victories,
Jesse Rawls, grinning ear to ear,
captured the hearts of the fans
with his tie under extremely dif-
Rawls, who normally wrestles at
167 pounds, moved up to heavy-
weight to oppose 230 pound Dan
Kraft. The match initially went
as expected, with Kraft piling up
a 6-0 lead. Then the tenacious
Rawls fought back to a 7-7 dead-
lock and left the mat amid a
Michigan's lightweights as usual,
got the Wolverines off on the
right foot with superior perform-
Tim Cech started the ball- roll-
ing in the 123-pound class by
turning the Wildcats' Ed Dumas
over and pinning him at 6:33. Lou
Hudson and Jack Dunn then took
decisions to increase the Wolver-
Michigan either trailed or was
tied going into the third period
of each of these bouts. However,
in each case the Wolverine grap-
pler took command over a badly-
tiring opponent, as Coach Cliff
Keen's obscession with superior
conditioning paid handsome divi-
Assistant Coach Rick Bay com-
pented, "We've been back to work
a couple of weeks and have always
considered conditioning the most
important part of the whole pro-
gram. Strength and speed are no
good to a guy who always runs out.
As expected, the Wolvrines then
ran into some difficulty 'in the
middle weight-classes. Lane Head-
rick, who had wrestled in only one
previous dual meet, surprised
everyone by tieing Northwestern's
Steve Buttrey 7-7 in the 145-
However, Jim Sanger came up
with an unexplainably flat per-
formance against Northwestern's
Bill Laursen and lost 8-0.
Charles Reilly then gave two-
time Big Ten runner-up Otto Ze-
man the scare of his life in the
160 class before narrowly losing
2-1. The winning point was scored.
when Reilly was penalized for
stalling with 30 seconds left in
At this point Michigan was
clinging to a 13-8 lead and had
yet to f Te Northwestern's strength
in the igher weight classes.
Tom Quinn, who is wrestling
with a broken nose, had the du-
bious honor of facing the Wild-
cats' Seth Norton, who captured
first in the 167 category at the
Midlands Tourney. ,
Quinn, however, came from be-
hind in a wild third period to
capture an 8-6 decision. In the
last half-minute of the match,
Quinn scored three points on a
takedown and then escaped after
Norton had reversed the hold.
Michigan now led 16-8 and
needed only a tie in the last two
matches to secure a win. Captain
Pete Cornell, although a little
careless, escaped with a 7-6 ver-
dict over Bill Pauss to clinch the
Cornell won in a third-period
which produced a Pauss take-down
and predicament and a reversal
by Cornell, all within a few sec-
Either Rawls or Cornell could
have gone at 177. "We weighed
them both in at 177," Bay said.
"If we needed one sure one to
clinch the meet, we are going to
use Cornell at 177 like we did. If
we had needed two, Rawls would
have gone at 177 and Cornell at
Then Rawls iced the victory cake
with his shocking finale.
123 lbs. - Cech (M) pinned Dumas,
130 lbs. - Hudson (M) dee. Moss, 4-2.
137 lbs. - M. Rubin (M) dec. Dunn,
145 lbs. - Headrick (M) drew Butt
152 lbs. - Laursen (N) dec. Sanger, 8
160 lbs. - Zeman (N) dec. Reilly, 2-1.
167 lbs. - Quinn (M) dec. Nortou 8-
177 lbs. - Cornell (M) dee. Pauss,
Hwt. - Bawls (M) drew Kraft, 7-7.
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