TUESDAY, 30 MARCH 1965
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, 30 MARCH 1965 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
Wrestlers' Peak Not in Wyoming's Hills
By BOB CARNEY
For anybody else, fifth place in
the NCAA wrestling champion-
ships would be acceptable.
But for the 1965 Michigan
team-that won 11 straight dual
meets, won the Midlands title and
claimed the Big Ten crown with
5'0 points to spare - well, one
wonders, "What happened?"
' "With 75 teams represented, our
finish was respectable, but it cer-
tainly wasn't a peak performance,"
said Coach Cliff Keen yesterday.
The Wolverines, who had been
given "an outside chance" to take
the title, scored 39 points-on no
firsts, one second, one third, one
fifth, and three sixths - leaving
them far behind winner Iowa
115-lbs. - Tadaka Hatta (Okla.
St.) dec. Glen McNinn (Ariz. St.),
123-lbs.--Mike Caruso (Lehigh)
, dec. Bob Fehrs (Mich.), 815.
130-lbs.-Yojiro Uetake (Okla. St.)
dec. Joe Peritore (Lehigh), 0-1.
i 137-lbs. -Bill Stuart (Lehigh) dec.
Wayne Hicks (Navy), 5-4, ovt.
147-lbs.-Veryl Long (Iowa St.)
dec. Joe Bavaro (Gettysburg), ref-
Yeree's decision, ovt.
157-lbs.-Bob Kopinsky (Md.) dec.
Bill Lam (Okla.), 7-5.
167-lbs-Greg Ruth (Okla. St.)
dec. Len Kauffman (Ore. St.), 10-6.
177-bs.-Tom Peckham (Iowa St.)
dec. Bill Harlow (Okla. St.), 5-3.
191-bs.-Jack Brisco (Okla. St.)
pinned Dan Pernat (Wis.), 2:40.
Hwt.-Jim Nance (Syracuse) dec.
Russ Weiner (Okla. St.), 4-3.
(Involving Michigan Wrestlers)
130-lbs.-Bil Johannesen (M) lost
'to Don Behm (MSU), 3-2; lost to
Allan Siegel (Calif.), 6-4.
147-lbs.-Lee Deltrick (M) lost to
Buz Hayes (Ariz. St.),-5-4; dec.
Jim Crider (Coo. St.), 10-5.
177-1bs.-Chris Stowell (M) was
pinned by Charlie Tribble (Ariz. St.)
1.01; lost to Jerry Swope (Lock
191- bs.-Bob Spaly (M) dec. Len
Hansen (Utah State), 4-3; dec. Alan
Keller (Colo. St.), 3-1, ovt.
Hwt.-Mike Koehler (M) lost to
Bob Broughton (Utah State), 3-1;
lost to Ted Tuinstra (Iowa St.), 5-1.
ULLMAN 'MOST VALU.
State, 87, and runner-up Okla- only two of them saw the light head
homa State, 86. of the semis. the qt
'Realistically' , "Had 'Dame Fortune' smiled on a semi
"Realistically, we could have us like she had in the Big Tens, Spal
been third, if things had been a things might have changed. But confer
little different," said Keen. remember, we were in pretty se- of Wi
What things? lect company out there, and I for hi
"After that Big Ten meet, I'm think we held our own." placef
afraid the NCAA's were anti-cli- Sopl
matic," said the Michigan coach, . er Set
and one of his wrestlers nodded Captains Elected semifir
agreement. (The Big Tens saw Michigan's w r e s t 1 e r s and igan's
Michigan score a record 88 points, gymnasts selected Bill Johan- finals.
take five individual titles, and nesen and Ned Duke to captain day n
run away with the championship.) the 1965-66 squads respectively, anothe
For champions Iowa State and I yesterday. Gary VanderVoort of Leh
Oklahoma State, on the other was chosen as the most valu- neer.
hand, the problem of getting "up" able gymnast for the past sea- than t
for the tournament was non- son. Car
It was their climax. For the Big One of Michigan's two semi- lead t
Eight, the conference title is the finalists, Bob Spaly, moved down with1
NCAA championship. They've won to the 191 class from heavyweight mainii
it for the past 13 years. for the NCAAs and used a 4-3 on to]
That's Not All victory over Oklahoma's Tony near-f
But the anti - climax factor Bennett to gain a semifinal berth. scoret
wasn't the only thing that made Along with Spaly sophomore victim
last weekend's Michigan team look Bob Fehrs knocked off Moore- crown
considerably different from the
one that swept the Big Tens only i'Imc rc'
two weeks before. Keen indicated ' SPURTS SHORTS:
that it would have been a good
idea to have left a couple days1
early for W yoming, as some team s C yl sshd d n5oa ap h m ev s t h i
had don to adapt themselves toCI ~ ~ists To
th ih,. thin-air atmosphere.
One wrestler described it as
"wrestling six periods instead of i n e c l e t
three," and the effect it showed
in the performance of the Wol-
verines. "This was one of thel
most well-conditioned teams I've Ann Arbor will host its first in- well a
ever had," said Keen. "I thought tercollegiate cycling race this Sun- and co
if we just maintained the condi- day, April 4, sponsored by the
tion we were in. we'd be all right. Michigan Cycling Club. Although
But we tired too easily out there." the final course has not been
Not the Same settled, contestants will meet in. A n
Things just didn't go the way the parking lot of Jones School at crosse
they had in Ann Arbor two weeks 1:00 p.m. All registered amateur games
before when eight Wolverines had cyclists are eligible to compete wardt
competed in the semifinals. Mich- in this event for a total of about son.
igan moved six of ten men into $300 in prizes and trophies. The
the quarterfinals in Laramie, but Michigan captain Mike Kolin, gradua
764-3712,. expects about 50 entries and b
ABLE' wit contstas comting fo sschedu
State's Rich Kevington in
uarters and emerged with
y. however, was upset by
ence opponent Dan Pernat
sconsin, and had to settle
s second consecutive third
homore Fehrs defeated Rog-
bert of Iowa State in his
nal bout and became Mich-
only representative in the
In that last match Satur-
night, however. Fehrs met
er sophomore, Mike Caruso
high, and fell to the Engi-
8-5. The match was closer
the score indicates.
uso scored an early take-
on Fehrs and extended his
o 6-3, but had it cut to 6-5
less than two minutes re-
ng. At this point Fehrs was
p, and needed a fall or a
all to win. In his effort to
the additional points, he was
ized by a reversal and the
went to Caruso.
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Roger Crozier and Sid Abel won shutouts, six.
'Associated Press awards yester- Abel directed Detroit to its fi
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National Hockey League honors ing 39-year-old Ted Lindsay
'by the champion Detroit Red emerge from a four year retir
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!rozier, a goalie, was chosen the the previous six years and w
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