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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ,. 1965

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. DECE1~ER 8. 1965

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By R. NEIL FEFERMAN fourth consecutive Big Ten wrest- back a strong nucleus and should
ling championship under the di- put forth a good representative ,
in deresseofthkedIna-rection of nonpracticing attorney team." Keen offers. "I wouldn't 7
in the deep recesses of the Intra- Clifford Keen, who has conducted sell these guys short. But of course l
mural Building, eight classes gath- his own type of court for forty they still remain unproven." '
er simultaneously every day to years at Michigan.a
put their heads together. Presided Stringers 31 Caliber
over by an instructor who holds One thing which every observer,
a degree in law, they learn to sgholdeis ofea strig ohey notes is the caliber of coaching
handle themselves in the tight straight dual meet victories, theywo last which they have been receiving.,
situations which inevitably will season against a league which Along with assistant coach Dennis
arise over the following months. ''aon ainsma league Fitzgerald, a former Pan-American
"contains many of the finest champ, Cliff Keen subjects the
No, they are not members of wrestlers i'n the country this year, squad to the rigorous preseason
SMERSH considering nefarious as Coach Keen puts it. Eight let- training program in which the}
plans to devastate James Bond termen, including two Big Ten "Dean" of Big Ten mat coaches
and to rule the world. They are champions, have departed, leav- specializes. Far from mere prac-
not the committee from Winter ing behind fond memories and tice sessions, every day becomes a
Weekend devising new and greater gaping holes in the starting lineup. la. 'x.ie
ideas for "M-trigue." Rather, they Theoutlook, of course, cannot.earmng experience.
are eight classes, ranging from be considered negative; indeed, Keen or Fitzgerald often will1
123 pounds upward, seeking their it is anything but that. "We have stop practice momentarily to dem-
onstrate some technique, analyze
its effectiveness, and then ask for
questions. Though over sixty years
old, Keen dresses in sweat clothes
for every practice and does not
" hesitate to take to the mat if the I
need arises when discussing a;
A MAN'S CHOICE hold.
..For a Man's
Christmas Gift-
It's Always
SAFFELL & BUSH
.{on State St,
The Name Denotes
SAFFELL & BUSH {.
State Street

The coaches have the requisite
talent available to them for a
highly competitive team. Spear-
heading the returning veterans is
Bob Fehrs, who won the Big Ten
crown at 123 pounds last season.
As a sophomore, Fehrs then went
on to place second in the NCAA
championships, losing 8-5 in his
final match. Fehrs also captured
the Midlands title early in the
year.
It is likely that Fehrs again will
wrestle at 123 "if he makes the
weight," says Keen. If not, the
veteran Tino Lambros will com-
pete with sophomore Bob Kruger
for the slot. and Fehrs will be
entered at 130. Also a contender
at this weight is Dave Dozeman
which finished third in the na-
tionals in 1964. Dozeman sustain-
ed injuries in an automobile ac-
cident, missing a year of com-
petition, but retained the year of
eligibility.
"Billy Jo"
Captain Bill Johannesen. Big
Ten champ and sixth in the NCAA

meet, should handle duties at 137 pleasant surprise for the Wol- departed Bob Spaly during the
pounds. "Billy Jo's" backup man, verines-Jim Kammen. Though he regular season. Strongboy Dave
Gordon Weeks, is a junior with no appeared in only two Big Ten Porter, fresh from the football
meet action. bouts all season. Kammen replaced season, should battle Koehler on
Primary candidate for action at the injured Cal Jenkins and scor- even terms for the starting spot.'
147 pounds is junior Cal Jenkins, ed a come-from-behind victory in Last year Porter wrestled un-
who had experience wrestling at his final match to cop the con- ,attached in the Midlands Open
both 137 and 147 last season. Jen- ference crown at 147 pounds, and was defeating former world
kins -won two matches at the Kammen moved up to 157 for the champion Larry Cristoff until he'
NCAA meet, but then lost to the nationals, but had the misfortune sustained an ankle injury and suc-
defending champion in the 137 of being pitted against the ECAC cumbed 6-5.
pound class. Burt Merical, also a champion. Jeff Stevens of Cornell: Open Wide-Open
junior, will vie with Jenkins for Kammen lost by only a single It is this same tournament, the
the spot. counter in a terrific battle. Kam- Midlands Open, which providesl
Also returning is last year's most men's competition at this weight the first occasion for the matmen
are sophs Wayne Hansen and to test their abilities. It should
-:|Fred Stehman. give a fair indication of how the

December
29-,0 Midlands Open
LaGrange, Ill.
January
8 IOWA-INDIANA-
TOLEDO quadrangular meet
HOME
15 Northwestern Evanston
21 MINNESOTA HOME
29 PURDUE HOME

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5
14
18
26

February
ILLINOIS HOME
PITTSBURGH HOME
WISCONSIN HOME
Toledo Toledo
Michigan St. E. Lansing

The Void
A void exists at 167, the spot
vacated by last year's captain and
Big Ten champ Rick Bay. "The
top spot is wide open," Keen com-
mented Thursday. Bill Waterman,
whose injuries from an automobile
accident kept him out of competi-
tion last season, ranks as a prime
candidate for the post. Another
sophomore, Tom Saunders, has
furnished most of the competition
for Waterman so far.
The graduation of Big Ten
champ 'Chris Stowell leaves an
opening in the 177 pound weight
class also. Another sophomore,
Wayne Wentz, rates a good chance
to appear in action here.
Two behemoths are in the run-
ning for the heavyweight assign-
ment. Mike Koehler captured sixth
place in the nationals last year,
though he wrestled behind the

season will shape up, since most
of the Big Ten schools will send
contingents. In addition, Iowa
State, the defending national
champion, will be there. The
tourney, which will be held in
LaGrange, Illinois December 29-
30, has been won the last two
years by Michigan.
A lot stands between the Wol-
verines and another Big Ten
championship. "MSU has a ter-
rific outfit; they're really loaded
this year," revealed Keen, "and
Iowa, Minnesota and Northwestern
are all powerhouses. Ohio State
has the best team they've had
there in the last fifteen years."
The regular season opens with a
quadrangular meet in Ann Arbor
January 8. in which Michigan
faces Indiana in the afternoon
and Iowa in the evening. Toledo
is the other participant. The dual
meet season begins January 15
when the Wolverines journey to
Evanston..
The Big Ten championships and
NCAA meet are in March, seem-
ingly a long way off. But classes
are in session daily, because by
then it is hoped the grapplers will
have that Keen edge which deter-
mines a champion.

March
4-5 Western Conference
Meet Champaign
24-26 NCAA Meet Ames, Iowa

SCORES
COLLEGE BASKETBALL

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CLIFF KEEN

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St. John, N.Y., 100, George
Washington 62
Temple 73, Lehigh 40
Vanderbilt 53, Tennessee 50
Dayton 63, Miami, Ohio 48
Michigan State 84, Bowling Green 59
Nebraska 75, Oregon State 63
Kansas 102, New Mexico State 51
Connecticut 76, Manhattan College 55
Notre Dame 110, St. Norbert 77
Princeton 82, Villanova 55
Minnesota 81, Drake 67
North Texas State 75, Baylor 60
St. Joseph's, Pa., 98, Bellarmine 68
Trinity 84, Williams 81
Brown 76, Rhode Island 70
Northeastern 87, Harvard 65
Fairfield 100, Boston College 93
North Dakota State 106, Chico
State, Calif.. 59
PRO BASKETBALL
Boston 112, St. Louis 96
New York 131, Los Angeles 127

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A Reminder to all Catholic Students
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8th
is
THE FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
and a Hotyday
Masses at St. Mary's Chapel: 6:30, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00,
10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 5:00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m.



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