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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By KIM KENDALL
Green Bay and Kansas City
meet in the Super Bowl. The
Fighting Irish fought In Spartan
Stadium. Australia battled India
in cricket.
And Michigan races Indiana to-
night in a swiiming duel of equal
grandeur.
Behind the two Big Ten swim
giants, opening the conference
dual meet season at Bloomington,
are the silhousettes of tradition-
the one-point decisions, the brok-
en winning streaks, the national
records and last weekend's fierce-
ly close preliminary skirmish at
the Big Ten Relays.
After tonight's annual splash-
out, the Wolverines amove to Laf-
ayette tomorrow night for another

Big Ten meet against Purdue's
Boilermakers.
Flip of the Coin
"Tonight's meet is going to be
a real toss-up with both teams
evenly balanced in every event,"
stressed Indiana coach Jim (Doc)
Counsilman as his defending
champion Hoosiers prepared for
the season's top challenger.
Indiana narowly stayed afloat
in a 12/2-point victory over run-
ner-up Michigan in the Relays.
Famed Carl Robie, Michigan's
star presentation to the event,
could be pitted against Kevin
Berry, a native of Australia, who
beat him hin the 1964 Olympics
but finished second to Robie in

the butterfly to the distance free-
style events, he will probably face
Ken Webb and Bob Windle. Win-
dle, an Olympic gold medalist,
transformed from a mediocre
sophomore floater to a valuable
junior swimmer. And Webb, too,
presents a formidable challenge,
having copped the NCAA 400-yard
individual medley title a year ago.
Spebdsters in Sprint
Individual battles seem to be
shaping up as IU's Bryan Bate-
man is slated to sprint against
Bill Groft, Big Ten 50-yard champ.
Counsilman toyed with the idea
of using NCAA 200-yard individ-
ual medley king Bill Utley in the
50, and may do so, despite the
latter's broken jaw.
In the breaststroke, Wolverine
Big Ten titlist Paul Scherer is

scheduled to race against Dave
Perkowski who finished third in
NAAU competition.
Perhaps the most eagerly anti-
cipated contest will be waged by
IU's Charlie Hickcox and Mich-
igan's Russ Kingery in the back-
stroke. Hickcox, who "is on his

one. If I miss out, I'll go for an- Boilermaker sophomore D a n
other." Milne "can do everything--back,
Capacity crowd. Parallel tank breast and freestyle strokes and
histories. An all-time thriller. Fire swim either speed or distance
up. The usual cliches. As all-time races," as Coach Richard 0.
thrillers go, it's no more spectacu- (Pappy) Papenguth describes him.
lar than any other magnificant Tom Rankin, and Jim Norwood,
battle. Both teams can taste that senior co-captain, and John Lee,
desire to win. Both went into extra and Roy Lindstrom are expected
practices for tonight. to raise Papenguth's hopes high.
Anti-Climactic Challenge So it's two meets this weekend:
One of Coach Stager's biggest the panomramic, technicolor, wide
problems is trying to keep the screen extravaganza with Indiana
Purdue meet on the following night and the extra added attraction
from being an anti-climax, either with Purdue. For Michigan, the
a nap from a difficult victory or main feature is etched in drama,
a sagging sponge soaking up dis- but color cartoons are still part
appointment of the night before. of the show.

Dept. of Comparative Literature
'Ipresents:
THE EMPEROR JONES
by Eugene ONeill
and
Le Roi Jone's
DUTCHMAN
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
WED.-SAT., JAN. 18-21
$2.00, $1.50, $1.00
Box office opens 10 a.m.
Monday before performance

last year's national meet.
Should Wolverine coach
Stager decide to take Robie

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Green NU Tests Matmen

By BOB LEES
So you think the Philadelphia
76ers have a good record? What's
so great about 39-4 when you can
have the same number of victories
with half the number of defeats?
Michigan wrestling coach Cliff
Keen has coached his grapplers
41 times against Northwestern,
and 39 of those have ended in
victories for the Maize and Blue.
Last year's impressive 23-10 win
over the Wildcats might give the
impression that the Wolverines
have somewhat of a hex on them,
but Keen isn't taking tomorrow's
meet lightly.
"They've got a real good squad,
a lot better than last year's," he
warned. Two matches in last year's
meet were decided by default-
one for each squad-while in an-
p. other match Northwestern had to
forfeit when their man showed
up overweight.
Same Names
The Wildcat's Ann Arbor in-
vasion will take place in Yost to-
morrow at 3 p.m., and Keen plans
to use the same lineup which
won so handily last week. The
123-pound division will find Mich-
igan's Bob Fehrs, a 7-0 victor last
year at Evanston and a winner
last week at Indiana, against Ed
Dumas, a "good tough guy, espe-
cially for a sophomore," according
to Keen.-
But it is in the 130-pound cate-
gory' where the Wildcats have
their best strength. "Wayne Wat-
son is probably the roughest man
on their squad," commented
assistant coach Rick Bay. "He's a
real cocky kid, but he looked really
good at the Midlands." In the
. Midlands tourney, Watson went'
all the way to the finals in the
123-pound division before losing
to the Wolverines' Fehrs in
overtime. In the heavier division
he will have to contend with
Geoff Henson, who is 'hoping to
rebound from a defeat last week.
4 Weeks Faces Dunn
In the 137-pound class the
Wildcats will put up Jack Dunn,

injury, but he won't get a chance
to avenge the loss. His opponent
then, Rich Ruben, has mQved up
to the next weight classification,
leaving the position open to Otto
Zeman, "another of their tough
sophomores," according to Keen.
,Ruben, wrestling at 167-pounds
now, will contend with Michigan's
Wayne Hanson, who is also out to
avenge a defeat from last week
which included two penalty points
for stalling and stepping out of
the ring.

KEVIN BERRY

way to being one of the great
swimers of the world," according
to Counsilman, is the National
Amateur Champ. Hickcox's versa-
tility is his major asset, having
harvested an impressive crop of
Little Olympic gold medals.

Last year's 177-pound match I'll Try Anything
featured a pin, but neither of the "I plan to concentrate on the
two combatants is starting this backstroke and butterfly," he ex-
year. Northwestern will unveil plained. "I don't know which I'll
Seth Norton, another former state woi'k for in the Olympics. I'll try
high school champ from Illinois
who was injured all of last season.
Michigan will present soph Pete
Cornell, a 9-6 victor last week.

hoping to avenge a loss to the
Hoosiers.
Curt Imrie, who will handle
145-pound duties for the 'Cats,
was one of the grapplers who had
to default at Evanston. "He was
putting up a hell of a match,"
according to Keen, when a shoul-
der separation forced him out,
and he was sidlelined for the rest
of the year. But," cautioned Bay,
"he looked great at the Midlands."
His opponent will be Michigan's
Burt Merical, a 6-2 victor last
week.
Russ Schneider will be the
Northwestern's 152-pound entry.
The former Illinois state cham-
pion, who lost in the quarter-
finals at the Midlands on a refe-
ree's decision to Michigan's Fred
Stehman, will try to avenge this
defeat- tomorrow when he faces-
the same opponent. Last week,
though, Stehman whitewashed his
Hoosier opponent 10-0.
Kamman Faces Sophomore
The Wolverines will pit Jim
Kamman in the 160-pound cate-
gory. Kamman, a 7-2 victor last
week, was forced to default last
year when he sustained a knee

Wertshnig Dave
When it came to the heavy-
weight division last year, Wolver-
ine Dave Porter found himself
facing a little nepotism in the
shape of Dave Kraft, brother of
Wildcat coach Ken Kraft. But that
didn't bother the NCAA champ,
as he disposed of his opponent
11-1. Tomorrow, though, he'll
face Ron Wiley, who isn't quite
as big as the 300-pound Wert-
shnig Dave pinned so easily last
week. "But Wiley is full of fight,"
said Keen. "He's big, strong, and
well-coordinated.
"Northwestern will really be up
for this meet," Keen continued.
"I hope we're much better than
last week, though," he concluded,
"because if we do we'll stand a
good chance of lickin' 'em."
Final note: according to Ama-
teur Wrestling News, Michigan's
matmen are ranked number four
nationally. Combine that figure
with the 39-2 record, and that
"lickin'" might turn into a "'Cat
skinnin'."

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Fordham 56, Columbia 52
Oklahoma City 97, Jacksonville 92
Clemson 69, Furman 68
Colorado 64, Iowa State 52
Kentucky Wesleyan 93, Georgetown 88
.Tulsa 65, North Texas 59
Boston College 93, Duquesne 66
Tulane 99, Louisiana State 89
NHL
Detroit 4, ChicagoH
New York 3, Boston 0
NBA
Baltimore 137, St. Louis 116
Perkins To Retire
Fullback Don Perkins of the
Dallas Cowboys will retire from
football at the conclusion of the
1966 season to accept a high posi-
tion in New Mexico's new Repub-
lican state administration, Repub-
lican Gov.-elect David F. Cargo
has announced.

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