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By TOM ROWLAND
Good fortune waxed and waned
for Michigan's defending Big Ten
champion wrestling over the holi-
days-the Wolverines lost only one
meet while winning five others,
but a plague of injuries at key
positions forced Coach Cliff Keen
to make some major adjustments
in the team lineup.
The Wolverines snatched a first
place at the Chicago West Subur-
ban tourney with Buuddy Pal-
misano, Cal Jenkins, and Rick(
Bay gaining individual titles while
Lee Deitrick retained his 147-
pound crown at the Wilkes College
Tournament.
Keen's crew then downed Lock
Haven, 18-8, fell to the New York
Athletic Club, 23-7, and rolled past
Hofstra, 25-3. In the Big Ten
opener against Northwestern last
Saturday heavyweight Bob Spaly's
4-0 decision over Jeff Brooke in
the final match gave Michigan a
14-1l win, and on the following
Monday the Wolverines breezed.
past Wisconsin, 23-8.
But the price of victory was
high. The Michigan grapplers suf-
fered an almost one-injury-per-
meet casualty rate that sent some
of the Wolverines' key performers
out of the lineup.
Injures Shoulder
The biggest blow came at the
NYAC meet when sophomore Cal
Jenkinsmdislocated his shoulder
during his 137-pound bout with
Dave Auble, an injury that may
possibly sideline the Michigan star
for the rest of the season. There
remains some hope, though, that
Jenkins, who has had a spectacu-
lar first-season start, may be back
in action in time for the Big Ten
meet in early March and the fol-
lowing NCAA action.
Gary Wilcox, 137-pound veteran
who had been battling for the
position with Jenkins, injured his
shouldler in the Wilkes meet and
had to miss the remainder of the
holiday action. Wilcox is expected
to be ready for the first meet of
the spring semester, that against
Purdue on January 25.
The loss of Jenkins and Wilcox
at 137 makes a total of three top-
notch wrestlers who have been
lost to the Wolverines this winter
from the same weight class; Dave
Dozeman, another 137-pound vet-
eran, was injured in an auto ac-
cident just before thei season be-
gan.
Against Lock Haven, 130-pound-
er Billy Johannesen injured his

nose and contracted a case of the
flu; he was out for the NYAC meet
but returned to the lineup and
moved up to 137 pounds for the
remaining meets to fill the va-
cancy there.
And before returning from the
Eastern tour 177-pounder Chris
Stowell pulled his side and suf-
fered a rib injury that forced him
to miss the two first conference
meets. He, too, is expected to be
ready for the upcoming Purdue
contest.
First Place
The Wolverines piled up 83
points to lead the pack in the
Chicago West Suburban tourna-
ment. Wolverine lightweight Buddy
Palmisano tallied two falls to win
the 115-pound title, Jenkins won
faur straight for the 137-pound
crown, and Rick Bay, defending
Big Ten champ at 157, copped the
167-pound medal.
Wolverine soph Tino Lambrose
picked up a third place in the 123-
pound class, and Johannesen lost
on a referee's decision in the finals
to place second at 130. Other
Michigan wrestlers: captain Wayne
Miller gained a third place in the
157-pound department while Dave
Post finished fourth, Jim Evashev-

ski reached the semi-finals at 167,
Stowell was fourth at 177, and
Joe Arcure nabbed a second-place
finish in the 191-pound class.
Spaly was third in the heavy-
weight bracket.
Moving out East, Keen's mat-
men breezed past Lock Haven, 18-
8, losing points only when Adam
Waltz pinned Lee Deitrick (5:03)
and with Frank Eisenhauer's 4-3
decision over Michigan's Dave Post
in the 157-pound match. Rick Bay
made his first dual-meet per-
formance this season for the Wol-
verines, defeating Roger Cook, 5-3.
Only Loss
Against NYAC, loaded with ex-
collegiate wrestling champions, the
Wolverines could salvage only
seven points as Miller defeated
NYAC's Jerry Greinier, 5-3, and
Bay and Deitrick both drew. At
New York two more Wolverines
saw dual-meet action for the ini-
tial time: Lambrose lost to Clem
Crowe, 5-2, and Doug Horning
suffered a 15-6 loss at the hands
of Gary Simons.
But for Horning it was just the
beginning. When Johannesen mov-
ed up to the empty 137-pound spot
for the Hofstra meet, Horning got
the call at 130, and the ex-Ann

Arbor High wrestler pinned Ken
Robison in 3:25 and won three
straight matches.
The Wolverines had no trouble
with Hofstra, winning 25-3, with
Spaly gaining a second Michigan
pin in theiheavyweight action. He
floored Dick Cestaro in 6:14.
Back to Evanston, Ill., for the
Big Ten opener, the Wolverines
squeezed past Northwestern, 14-11.
The Wildcats, who had just won
in a quadrangular meet with Min-
nesota, Purdue and Michigan
State, knotted the score at 11-11
on Dick Ernst's 5-3 win over
Arcure, but Spaly iced the meet

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4-0 victory over Brooke.
Gaining points for Michigan
Horning pasted Jim Hnath, 5-0
Johannesen rolled past Bob Laugh
lin, 5-2, Miller beat Jerry Tor-
rance, 3-2, and Bay drew witi
Stu Marshall.
Faced with final examinations
and some overweight problems
Wisconsin forfeited the 123, 137,
and 177 pound bouts to the Wol-
verines before bowing 23-8. Horn-
ing, won in a close one--4-3 over
NU's Bob Powell, Deitrick beat
Bob Smith, 6-4 and Spaly drev
with Ron Parr, 2-2.

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