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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 5, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 5, 1969

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STILL SEATS LEFT

By PAT ATKINS
There are enough new fea-
tures to the 1969-70 wrestling
season, which begins today for
the Michigan squad, to satisfy
the rigors of any advertising
agency's campaign.
The Wolverines meet Mary-
land today at the Events Build-
ing at 4 p.m., then face Pitts-
burgh tomorrow, a 1 so at the
Events Building, beginning at
3 p.m.
An additional weight class,
mandatory headgear, eligibility
of freshmen, a .seventh in the
nation ranking, the 45th and fi-
nal year of Coach Cliff Keen's
career, and line-up difficulties
leave possibilities for many
changes.
CALLED "a little generous"
by Assistant Coach Rick Bay,
Michigan's seventh in the na-
tion ranking by Amateur Wrest-
ling News stems from the abili-
ty of Michigan to place seven
lettermen on the mats and from
their perennial strength in the
lower weights.
"We're flexible and strong in
the lower weights," Bay says,
"The first three weights are all
toss-ups."
The first weight class divis-
ion is now 118, followed by 126,
134, 142, 150, 158, 167, 177; 190,
and heavyweight. The n e w
classifications apply to a11
NCAA members in a 11 meets
and tournaments.
The main reason for the
change was standardization, ac-
cording to Bay. In previous
years, teams in the Big Eight
and other conferences wrestled
at different weight divisions
than those in the Big Ten, and
tournament divisions were also
different.

This Weekend in Sports
T O D A Y
HOCKEY--Michigan State at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
WRESTLING-Maryland at the All-Events Building, 4 p.m.
T O M O R R O W
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HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan State
WRESTLING--Pittsburgh at the All-Events Building, 3 p.m.
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INJURED LOU HUDSON leads his teammates through calisthenics in a practice earlier this season.
The Wolverine captain suffered torn ligaments in his knee and will not be able to compete in
this weekends' meets; however, doctors feel the Big Ten Champion in the 134 pound classifica-
tion will be available for duty when the Wolverines compete in the Midwest open during semester
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Both Jim Hagan, a sopho-
more, and Jerry Hoddy, a Jun-
ior, are contenders for the first
slot against Maryland t o d a y.
The 126 division will be taken
by junior Tim Cech, who open-
ed the season last year with a
16 match unbeaten streak be-
fore losing to Eastern Michi-
gan's Yamamoto in a triple dual
meet.
At 134, team captain and Big
Ten champion Lou Hudson
would be t h e logical starter.
However, Hudson pulled liga-
ments in his knee in practice
earlier this week and will be un-
able to start. "The 'doctor said
he should be able to wrestle the
next time we face competition,"
Bay informed.
HIS REPLACEMENT is soph-
omore Ty Belknap. Belknap pin-
ned all three of his opponents in
last year's Freshman Tourna-
ment here in Ann Arbor, on the
way to first p 1 a c e. He was
Michigan's starter at 130 in the
NCAA Tournament, when Hud-
son tore chest cartillige in the
Big Ten tourney and was out
for the remainder of the sea-
son, and won one and lost one.
A freshman, Marty Chouin-
ard, w ill go behind Belknap.
The Big Ten rule in the past
has been to exclude freshmen in
competition. But this year,
things have changed. "We don't
like the freshman eligibility
rule," Bay says strongly, "but
we had to lobby for it,,because
freshman ineligibility was hurt-
ing us in recruiting."
"Coach Keen and I don't be-
lieve in it. A boy needs the op-
portunity, especially at Michi-
gan, to adJust academically.
athletically, and socially. This
The Schedule
Dec. 5 MARYLAND, 4 p.m.
D1ec. 6 PITTSBURGH, 3 p.m.
1Dec. 29-30 Midwest open
(at LaGrange, Ill.)
Jan. 5 New York Athletic Club Meet
(at Ne* York City)
Jan. 10 at Northwestern
Jan. 17 at Eastern Michigan Univ.
Jan. 24 PURDUE, 3 p.m.
Jan. 30 ILLINOIS, 4 p.m.
Jan. 31 OHIO STATE, 2 p.m.
Feb. 6 GRAND RAPIDS J.C. JV,
4 p.m.
Feb. 7 INDIANA, 4 p.m.
Feb. 14 at Iowa
Feb. 21 at Michigan Stat~e
Feb. 28 Minnesota, Mankato State
(at Minneapolis)
Mar. 6-7 BIG TEN TOURNAMENT,
Ann Arbor
Mar. 26-28 NCAA Tournament
(at Evanston, Ill.)
HAPPY
f HOLIDAYS!
Student Book Service 1

is just extra pressure," Bay ex-
plains.
THIRD PLACE finisher in the
Big Ten last y e a r, Mike Ru-
bin will be absent from this
season's line-up. For personal
reasons he chose not to com-
pete this year,
Sophomores Paul Paquin and
Mark King were competing for
their chance to debut in the
142-pound class, b u t Paquin
has been ill with the flu the past
week. King is now scheduled to
go against both Maryland and
Pittsburgh.
Four lettermen fill the next
four divisions. L a n e Headrick,
Jim Sanger, Tom Quinn, and
Jesse Rawls make Michigan sol-
id. Quinn will wrestle one of the
two meets, with sophomore
George Surgent at 167 in the
other. Another fine sophomore,
Herb Sudduth, will be behind
Headrick.
THE TOP TWO weights go
to sophomores also. Therlon
Harris, a former Michigan high
school champion, will take over
190. Heavyweight was to be the
domain of Pete Drehman, but
eligibility problems forced him
to bow out in favor of Jim
Thomas. Thomas will be a light
heavyweight, since his normal
position is 190. Bay said that
Drehman should be wrestling
next semester.
Because of Drehman's ineli-
gibility, he won't be able to face
Pennsylvania high school rival
Ralph Cindrich. Drehman won
the Pennsylvania state cham-
pionship from Cindrich, when
Cindrich was a junior and he a
senior. Last year Michigan beat
Pittsburgh 21-10, but the two
didn't wrestle each other be-
cause Cindrich was out. Pitts-
burgh has a young team this
year, rated a d a r k horse by
Wrestling News.
MARYLAND is listed as hav-
ing great potential. After they
meet Michigan today, the squad
will travel to East Lansing to
grapple with fourth ranked
Michigan S t a t e. "Wrestling
schedules aren't like football
schedules," Bay says. "They're
only made out two years in ad-
vance, so the fact that Mary-
land scheduled us and Michigan
State is a pretty good indication
of their strength."
"It's early competition for us,
but we needed a couple of good
tough teams before exams,"
Bay concluded.
Yanks trade
Pepitone
MIAMI BEACH (A) - The New
York Yankees traded Joe Pepi-
tone to the Houston Astros yester-
day for Curt Blefary. Both are
first basemen-outfielders.
Blefary, 26, batted .253 for the
Astros in 155 games last season
and hit 12 homers. He originally
was signed by the Yankees and
went to Baltimore in 1963 on a
first year waiver claim. Balti-
more traded him to Houston last
year for pitcher Mike Cuellar.
Pepitone, 29, batted .242 for the
Yanks and led the club with 27
homers, appearing in 135 games,
limited by injuries and personal
problems. At one point during the
season he was suspended by ,the
club for four days without pay for
leaving in the middle of a game
without permission.
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