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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1966

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'M' Grapplers Grab

Third in Midlands

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STUDENT BOOK 9LRVICU
BEST PRICES IN TOWN

By R. NEIL FEFERMAN
Bolstered by a solid third place
finish in the Midlands Open
Championships over the holidays,
Michigan's wrestlers undertake
defense of the Big Ten title which
they have held for the past three
years.
Saturday's- quadrangular meet,
in which the Wolverines play host
to Indiana, Iowa, and Toledo,
opens the regular season. Mich-

igan meets Indiana at 2:00 in the
main pavilion of the IM building,
while Toledo contests with Iowa.
In the second part of this "double-
header," the Blue faces Iowa. The
matches are open to the public,
with students admitted free of
charge.

Steal Crown
Although last year's
champion, Iowa State,
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crown which they had worn for
two consecutive seasons, Coach
Cliff Keen termed his team's per-
formance "very gratifying." Six{
men finished fourth or better ast
Michigan outscored every other
Western Conference school which
competed.
"Overall the boys looked very
good, considering that it was their
initial meet of the season," Keen
commented Tuesday. "The com-
petition we faced was quite tough,
but the boys performed well If we
start from there and work up. ..
Keen got a particularly strong
performance from the lightweight
on the squad, junior Bob Fehrs,
who was runner-up in the national
championships last year. Wrestl-
ing at 123 pounds, Fehrs encount-
ered Olympic world champion
Masakki Hatta in the final round,
and "gave him a real good battle,"
according to Keen. Fehrs gained
a takedown on Hatta and man-
aged to turn him on his back for
a time before eventually losing by
decision.
Two at 130
Two men competed at 130
pounds-Gordon Weeks and Dave
Dozeman. Weeks, who has had no
previous meet experience, man-
aged to capture fourth place in his
weight class, though he wrestled
unattached since Dozeman offi-
cially represented Michigan.
Co-captain B ill Johannesen,
looking somewhat haggard after
cutting his weight to 137, gained
a fourth place finish. Billy Jo led
with 20 seconds remaining in the
match but succumbed to the
eventual champion.
Veteran Cal Jenkins proved to
be Michigan's lone individual
champion, when he captured first
in the f47 pound division. Jenkins
wrestled first string most of last
year, though injuries kept him
from competing in the Big Ten
meet,
Loses in Finals
At 157, Big Ten champ Jim
Kammen lost in the finals to take
second place. Kammen suffered in-
juries to his right wrist and ankle

which hampered him at the Mid- first Big Ten competition for
lands, but he should be in good sophomores, Wayne Wentz
condition for the meet Saturday. pounds) and Wayne Hansen (1
Keen seems to have found his In addition, Bill Waterman.
heavyweight representative in missed last year because of in
Dave Porter. The muscleman from ies, returns to the lineup at
Lansing lost his semi-final match Other grapplers who could
and finished in third place. Joe action, since it is doubtfuli
James, a former national cham- Keen will utilize only eight3
pion who wrestled at Oklahoma for the two meets, includet
State, defeated Porter. Fred Stehman, at 157 pounds,
Saturday's meet could be the junior Burt Merical at 167.

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BOB FEHRS GAINS CONTROL DURING last year's Big Ten
finals, where he defeated OSU's Mike Beery to win the champion-
ship. Fehrs placed second in the recent Midlands Open, losing to
the Olympic champion.

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (UP-Ala-
bama's Crimson Tide whooped it
up Tuesday after learning they
were voted the national football
champions for the second consecu-
tive year. They immediately set
their sights on making it three
in a row.
None was more jubilant than
Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant, who
apparently tossed and turned
while the. Associated Press final
poll votes were being tabulated
overnight.
MSU: Just Ratings?
"I've always thought the regu-
lar season should be taken into
account," said MSU Athletic
Director Biggie Munn. "A bowl
game is just like another season,
especially after the players are
laid off for a month."
"But we're not crying over
spilt milk and have no com-
plaint on the vote," Munn add-
ed. "We learned the lesson
again that any team can be
beaten and no team can rest on
its laurels."
Spartan Coach Duffy Dau-
gherty was recuperating on the
West Coast after the defeat and
was not immediately available
for comment.

1. Alabama (37)..........9-1-1
2. Michigan State (18) ....10-1
3, Arkansas (1)...........10-1
4. UCLA (1). ........8-2-1
5. Nebraska...............10-1
6. Missouri...............8-2-1
7. Tennessee ..........8-1-2
8. L SU.......... ..........8-3
9. Notre Dame.........7-2.
10. So. California .........7-2-1

SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM TINDALL

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'Bama was voted No. 1 for the
third time within five years, and
hustled over to the athletic dor-
mitory to post this note on the
dining room door:
"Just notified. Congrats na-
tional champions. Paul Bryant.
P.S. Let's start working today to
make it three in a row."
The final poll this year of a
nationwide panel of 57 sports
writers and broadcasters was
taken after the New Year's bowl
games.
Alabama moved up three
notches from fourth place after
No. 1 ranked Michigan State lost
to UCLA in the Rose Bowl, 14-12,
and previously No. 2 Arkansas
was dropped by Louisiana State
in the Cotton Bowl, 14-7.
The complete poll is listed below.
First place votes are in parentheses
and total points were decided on a
10-8-8 etc. basis.

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