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PAGE' EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1967

PAGEEIGT TH MIHIGA DALY EDNEDAY MARH 1196

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Tough

Tourney

By BOB LEES the other conference schools will
Last Saturday pver 4500 scream- meet to decide who is REALLY
ing partisans watched the Wol- number one in the Western Con-
verine grapplers take on the Spar- ference.
tans from Michigan State. In pro- And, according to assistant
bably the most exciting event old coach Rick Bay, "Regardless of
Yost Field House has seen all sea- last Saturday, State's still the fa-
son, Cliff Keen's matmen dumped vorite going into the tourney.
the top-ranked Spartans from the They've got more experience and
ranks of the unbeaten. better balance, and we have to
But last week was only round assume that they'll place every-
one. This weekend, in the three- where."
ringed circus known as the Big It Won't Be Easy
Ten Championships, these two Yet the performances last week-
squads and representatives from end showed well that MSU will

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have anything but an easy time inq
Columbus' St. John's Arena. "That
was probably our greatest victory,"
concedes Bay, "but we still didn't,
wrestle our best. Our team, as a
whole, probably performed betterc
against Northwestern earlier in
the season.,
"Nevertheless," he continued,
"there were several spots where
guys really outdid themselves.
Pete Cornell is the best example.
"Pete went into this match
against Mike Bradley knowing he'
had to win for us to win the meet.
Now, Pete's only a sophomore,
while Bradley is a Big Ten champ.
We were afraid that he would be
a little cautious, and at the time
caution was one thing we couldn't
afford.
Practice Makes Perfect
"The takedown which got him -
the victory was something we've FRED STEHMAN
worked on in practice for hogrs,FT
but he's always ben afraid to use seemed really fired up and Bu t's
it. Well, this time, I guess, he for- opponent-well, it looked like. he
got to be nervous, rose to the occa- was just playing for the tie.
sion, and whipped his man." "But the other guys sure took
The entire meet took on the as- up the slack."
pects of a come-from-behind bas- Same Alignment
ketball victory, even to the crowd

formances from the guys who did- "Then there's Jim McCaall of
n't do quite so well last week. Indiana. who battled Behm all the
"We'll be planning on very way to the end before losing 2-1
strong performances from Bob in their meet with State. And Dale
Fehrs, Jim Kamman, and Dave McCall of Iowa is the only heavy-
Porter, of course, and all three weight in the conference that Por-
showed their stuff against State. ter hasn't pinned this year.
But there's no reason why Merical, "Of course, the favorites will be
Stehman. Cornell. and (Bill) Wa- top-seeded but every tournament
terman can't do as good as they've has its share of upsets. Every year
been doing all season." you lose some you didn't expect,
Michigan State, too, is banking and you win some you didn't plan
on three "sure wins" in the fight on. But you know," concludes Bay,
for the title. Don Behm at 130. "how we hope things will end up."
Dale Anderson at 137, and George But one upsetting parallelism
Radman at 167, with several . creeps into thoughts of the upcom-
crowns among them already, will ing tourney. Last year the Wol-
be favored in their classes, while verines edged MSU 16-11 in the
Dale Carr at 145 will probably al- final dual meet of the season, only
so get a high-seed position. to come in second to the Spartans

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Gophers a Threat
But the tournament isn't all Mi-
chigan and MSU boys," warns
Bay. "Minnesota, who lost only 17-
12 to State, has Jim Anderson at
123 and Ron Ankeny at 152, both
of whom are capable of winning
their weights.

in the Big Ten. This year, too, Mi-
chigan won the last regular season
meet against State.
But perhaps that mythical num-
ber one national ranking the Spar-
tans have now will explode this
year when they face the harsh re-
alities of the mats of St. John's.

standing and yelling at the end.
But that wasn't the way ther
coaches had it doped out before-
hand._E
"The pivotal matches," explainst
Bay, "were supposed to be at 145!
and 152. The way Fred Stehman'sE
been going, we thought he'd be'
able to take Carr, their Big Ten
champ at 152, and Burt Mericalt
was expected to win, too. But Carlt

Michigan will go into the tour-
ney with virtually the same lineup
which has proved so successful the
entire season. "It'll probably be a
two-team fight," Bay predicts,
"which means that the winning
squad will probably need at least
three firsts and two seconds."
And what does this mean for
the Wolverines? "Well, it means
that we need some better per-

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Lew Alcindor of
UCLA, Jim Walker of Providence,
Westley Unseld of Louisville, Clem
Haskins of Western Kentucky and
Elvin Hayes of Houston were pick-
ed yesterday as the 1967 college
basketball All-America by The As-
sociated Press.
Alcindor, 7-foot-1i sophomore
from the country's top-ranked
Bruins of the Pacific-8 Confer-
ence, dominated the voting by 308!
sportswriters and broadcasters.
Bob Verga of Duke, Ron Widby
of Tennessee, Larry. Miller of
North Carolina, Bob Lloyd of Rut-
gers and Louie Dampier of Ken-
tucky were named as a second
team. Dampier made the first
team All-America last year, but
his fortune fell as Kentucky failed
to repeat as Southeastern Confer-
ence champions.
Rounding out the All-America
squad as a third team were Butch
Beard of Louisville, Sonny Dove
of St John's of New York, Mel
Daniels of New Mexico, Jim Burns
of Northwestern and David Lattin
of Texas Western.
Walker, slick ball handler forl
Providence, moved up from the
1966 second team, by landing 268
first and 17 second team votes.
Walker polled a total of 1,274 to
Alcindor's 1,530.
Unseld, a 6-8 junior for Louis-
ville's Missouri Valley conference
champs, received 1,114 points.
Hayes; known as the Big E, is an-

other 6-8 junior for the Houston
Cougars. He got 733 votes, but
was beaten out in the voting by
Haskins, a 6-3 senior like Walker.
Haskins, known as Clem' the
Gem, paced Western Kentucky to
the Ohio Valley Conference title,
although he missed several' games
in February because of a wrist in-
jury.
Heading the honorable mention
list were Lucious Allen of UCLA,
Don May of Dayton, Bob Lewis
of North Carolina, Sam Williams
of Iowa, Mal Graham\ of New York
University, Jo White of Kansas,
Eldridge Webb of Tulsa, Cliff An-
derson of St. Joseph's, Pa., Don
Smith of Iowa State and Tom
Boerwinkle of Tennessee.
AP Top Ten
The Top Ten, with first place
votes in parentheses, won-lost rec-
ords through Tues., Feb. 28 and to-
tax points on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
basis:
1. UCLA (32) 24-0 320
2. Louisville 23-4 253
3. North Carolina 20-3 212
4. Kansas 20-3 204
5. Princeton 23-2 176
6. Western Kentucky 22-2 139
7. Houston 22-3 130
8. Tennessee 18-5 74
9. Texas Western 21-5 52
10. Boston College 17-2 42
Others receiving votes, listed al-
phabetically: Connecticut, Dayton,
Marshall, New Mexico, Providence,
St. Johns, Seattle, Southern Cali-
fornia, Southern Methodist, Syra-
cuse, Toledo, Tulsa, University of
the Pacific, Utah State, Vanderbilt,
Villanova, Washington State.

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