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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, Apri 1 1, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, April 1, 1969

Cornell leads MV~ichigan

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By JOE MARKER
. LISTENContributing Edtor
LISTENFor t h e eight years Michigan
2 V3 SO'A E ~vhas senta full team 'toth NCA
FOR wrestlngatournameti ts repre
FOR sentative has not finished out of
U. o M. ayrol Cheksthe top ten. This year proved no
1 cashd herematched last year's ninth place
1ON finish Saturday at Provo, Utah.
r Although the Big Eight again
W A A . Mdominated the tournament; with
e i Iowa State and Oklahoma. finish-
r " king first and second, the Big Ten
RADIO was well-represented among t h e
OPEN 10-6elite, with Michigan State a n d
A ..* Ioa placing fourth and seventh
r espectively to join Michigan.
NO G MES1 T AYSTwo of Michigan's seven-man
I T PAYSdelegation placed in their weight
OSTO LISTEN classes, Pete Cornell, runner-up at
NOGI~ IlN3 -. I177 and Jesse Rawl, who took
thrd place at 167.
CORNELL, in one of seven tense
Ifinals matches, came within a hair
Sp Im' a I L E M I NI NmE HY G E of capturing a national title. Ont
H Ok E RY" Eof Iowa State's Chuck Jean and a x
______________________________________________third-period escape, Cornell built
E W 13up a 3-0 lead and had nearly two
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-Daily-Sara iKrulwicn
Team leader Pete Cornell

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lier he had beaten Zindel, 8-3,
dual-meet competition, but
gped a 6-2 decision in the fi-
sof the Big Ten tourney.
'he only loss Rawls suffered in
three-day action was a nar-
r6-5 decision to C al Tech's
in Woods. Michigan coach Cliff
an relates, "The Woods match
-t right down to the wire. Jesse
5ahead but Woods scored a
:down with 20 seconds left to
tAWLS 'EARLIER helped seal
doom of tournament favorite
lahoma when he bounced top-
ded Larry Laush. from compe-
on, by a&4-7 count. The match
sclose till the final seconds, but
wls scored a reversal near the
al buzzer to gain the triumph.
tawls. completely overwhelmed
vy's Jim Vandehey in the con-
,tion finals, 12-3, to capture
rd-place honors. The match
sreminiscent of. his Big Ten
al bout with Iowa's Steve De-
es, which he won 12=4.
[he rest of the Michigan con-
gent, Jerry Hoddy (115), Tim
,h (123), Ty Belknap (130),;
ke Rubin (137) and Tom Quinn
;), did not fare so well.
Lubin was a ,c r u e 1 victim of
tnce, as he drew Iowa State's
nGable, who was named the
orament's outstanding wrest-
in the first round. Gable, in
ning the Wolverine in the sec-
tperiod, began h i s amazing

string of five pins in five matches.
His championship capped a career
during which he has never been
beaten in either h i g h school or
college.
Although Gable performed as
expected, the same cannot =be said
about the rest of his team.
Throughout the season, the Cy-
clones performed in the shadow
Iof fellow Big Eight members Ok-
lahoma and Oklahoma State, they
e v e n absorbed at shellacking -by
Big Ten champion Michigan State
in the Midlands Tournament, as
they were outscored by the Spar-
tans, 102-62.
HOWEVER, THEY c ami e alive
last weekend and qualified lour
finalists. After the dust had set-
tled on Smith Field House, Iowa
State had scored a record 104
points, swamping second - place
Oklahoma by 35.
Michigan State, on t he other
hand, c a u 1 d do almost nothing
right and slid to fourth place. The
Spartans' fate was epitomized by
heavyweight co - favorite J e f f
ISmith.
in his long-awaited bout with
top-seeded Jess Lewis of Oregon
State, Smith melted completely'
and absorbed a 6-1 thumping. The
defeat marked the second straight
year Smith has had trouble in the
nationals, as lJast y e a r he was
Isoundly thrashed in the semi-fin-
als by Michigan's Dave Porter, 7-1,
before Porter defeated Lewis, 5-4
for the championship.

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