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By RICH STUCK
Oklahoma State used its superior
strength and experience last night1
to overwhelm Michigan in a duel
wrestling meet, 35-8. Although sev-i
eral individual matches were close,
the team score was never in doubt.I
The Wolverines were unable to
win a single event- other than the
118 class where the Cowboys failedf
to enter a wrestler. After that,
however, the defending NCAA
champions ,swarmed all over Mich-
igan nailing three pins in the
process.
Yoshiro Fugita started the pin-
wheel in motion by pinning Jima
Hagan after only 2:44. bill Schuck
was then schucked by Bob Stites-

at 142 and Cowboy strongboy Harry' Mendrygal and Oklahoma State's
Geris flattened Gary Ernst in the Alan Albright. Mendrygal was
heavyweight bout. handling his opponent 4-0 when
The only match that the Wol- referee Iggy Conrad forced him

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gan was able to garner any points
vas the 150 class between Jerry
3ubbard and Jay Arneson. Hub-
ard, the fourth place winner inI
ast year's NCAA meet, executed
reversal with only five seconds
o go to tie Arneson, 8-8. Arneson
nished in the runnerup position
n the NCAA tournament.
The only matc hthat the Wol-
erines really deserved to win was
he one at 158 between Mitch
18-Jim Brown (M) won by default
26-Yoshiro Fugita (OSU) pinned Jim
Hagan, 2:44
34-Mike Riley (OSU) dec. Bill
Davids (M), 8-0
42-Bob Stiles (OSU) pinned Bill
Schtick (M), 6:19
50-Jay Arnesoi (OSU) drew Jerry
Hubbard (M), 8-8
158-Alan Albright (OSU) dec. Mitch
Mendryga. (M), 8-5
67-Doug Campbell (OSU) dec. John
Ryan (M), 11-7
77-Dan Strode (OSU) dec. Dave
Curby (M), 9-1
90-Rick Jones (OSU) dec. Lon Harris
(M), 3-2
[wt.-Harry Geris (OSU) pinned
Gary Ernst (M), 4:13

out of his usual style by calling
him for stalling as he was tying
up Albright's legs.
Much to the chagrin of the 2500
fans in attendance, stalling was
called again to narrow the score
to 4-2 and as the grapplers battled
towards the end of the skirmish
referee Conrad whistled a two
point penalty for stalling which
marked the end for Mendrygal.
Michigan mentor Rick Bay ex-
pressed disappointment in the loss
but quickly added that the Wol-
verines had wrestled competitively.
"We wrestled them tough but
our inexperience showed. We put
four freshmen and three sopho-
mores on the mat against the de-
fending national champs."

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-Associated Press
Two to tangle
Howard Erickson, (top) sportswriter for the Detroit Free Press,
and Tom Marudus of the Media All-Stars scuffle in a pre-lim
to the Detroit Red Wings-Junior Wings March of Dimes charity
game last night. Gordie Howe, came out of retirement to aid the
Junior Wings to a 13-13 tie with the Red Wings.

GO FOR EIGHT STRAIGHT
Baby cagers seek to burn Flint

h Rochester, N.Y.
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A representative
So wilibe on
Sthis campus
o January 27
to interview prospective
om graduates interested in
career opportunities on
h the University staff in a
wide variety of fields
including:
em " accounting
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research
" business
administration
S clinical lab, technology
" dietetics
0 medical photography
" medical research
5 medical technology
S 'nursing
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em * pharmacy.
em " physical therapy
0 secretarial
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h The excellent benefits
0 program includes a
liberal tuition remission
plan which enables full
time staff members to
0 continue their education,
For an appointment or
further details contact
your Placement Office.
AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER

Preceding tonight's varsity clash
between Michigan and Iowa, the
Wolverine Frosh will host the
cagers from Flint Junior College.
The Wolverines, fresh off a 108-
63 drubbing of the Wayne State
freshmen, sport an unblemished
7-0 record and are intent on mak-
ing the men from Flint their eighth
victim.
However, Michigan is likely to
encounter a great deal more re-
sistance from Flint Junior than
they did from the hapless, out-
manned Tartars.
Having won nine of their 13
games so far this season, Flint
will be no pushover for Campy and
crew. The visitors are averaging
a whopping 94 points per game,
the bulk of which is being borne
by their two guards, John Garian
and Herb McDaniel.
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W CHA Standings
W L P
Wisconsin 13 3 34
Duluth 10 8 26
N. Dakota 9 7 26
Denver 10 6 24
Notre Dame 7 7 22
Mich. Tech 7 7 20
Mich. St. 8 9 20
Colorado Col. 7 9 20
MICHIGAN 6 9 12
Minnesota 3 13 6
'in Saturday's Results
Michigan 8, Michigan Tech 6
Notre Dame 8, Minnesota 3 (four
points)
North Dakota 4. Colorado College
2 (four points)
Denver 4, Minnesota-Duluth 1
SCORES
NBA
Chicago 110, Golden State 105
COLLEGE
Georgia 79, Auburn 72
C.W. Post 83, Southern Connecticut 67
Marquette 71, Notre Dame 62
Oklahoma 82, Oklahoma State 68
Louisville 95, North Texas State 72
Kansas 74, Iowa State 71
Wichita State 90, Cleveland State 77
Northern Illinois 93, Central Mich. 64

Garian, at 6-0, leads the team John Ashworth have been very
in scoring with, a 25.9 average per effective of late in getting the re-
game. McDaniel, Garian's 5-11 bounds and hitting either Kantner,
counterpart, is not far behind as Joe Johnson or Campy Russell
he is clipping along at 25.6 points with a quick outlet pass.
per game. Both are predominantly Russell has been torrid in his
outside shooters. last few games, hitting for 38
At the pivot in the forecourt is points in each of his last two out-
6-4 center Gary West, obviously ings.
small for a center, has been aver- Michigan could be expected to
aging nine plus points per game, go into the zone press if things
and will probably have his hands get sticky, as this defensive tactic
full trying to keep 6-1 C.J. Kupec has been very effective throughout
from having a big day. the season. Last Saturday against
The forwards are Gary Jackson Wayne State Michigan only used
and Bernie Morton. They are aver- the press briefly, but they really
aging 9.2 and 10.0 points per game did not need to pressure the Tar-
respectively. tars to force turnovers.
Flint plays a zine defense, which
could create problems for the Wol- The Wolverines will not have
verines if the outside shooting of quite he height advantage over
the squad fails to come up to par. Flint that it did over Wayne'State.
However, John Kantner, who has But Michigan should still be able
been hitting consistently over 60 to dominate the boards.
per cent of his shots from the field, Michigan coach Dick Honig 'ex-
could have a banner evening if pects Flint to be more of a chal-
Flint refuses to drop into a man lenge than Wayne, but the added
to-man. incentive of working towards an
Michigan's fast break could de- unbeaten season-a distinct possi-
stroy Flint's plan to stop the Wol- bility-will be in the minds of the
verine offense. John Kupec and Wolverines.
Hoope Pickings
Borus, reached for comment in his Ann Arbor crash pad and
hovel, pointed out how hard the course load was here at Michigan and
that Hoppe pickings, the progenitor of the world famous Gridde
Pickings, was fun and good for the economy besides. Borus, who h*
authored such works as Building Calliope Museums: A Nice Hobby
for Saturday Mornings and the Fresno State Football Guide: How to
Win Friends and Influence People, said that if Lopez did not want a
bite of a scrumptious Cottage Inn pizza that was his choice.
So, friends, the wheel of fortune turns again. Winter combs.
Time passes slowly. Lives are alterett. But Sports Staff-shucks-
live on in the hearts and stomachs of mere. The ground rules are the
same. Truck dem picks to 420 Maynard before midnite Friday and
win the pizza Lopez gave up.
1. Ohio State at MICHIGAN 11. Nebraska at Kansas
2. Indiana at Michigan State 12. Boston College at Detroit
3. Minnesota at Iowa 13. Louisiana State at Kentucky
4. Purdue at Northwestern 14. Seattle at Washington
5. Maryland at North Carolina 15. Air Force at Stanford
6. Niagara at St. Bonaventure 16. Arkansas at Texas
7. Princeton at Pennsylvania 17. Long Island at Houston
8. Bradley at Louisville 18. Brigham Young at Wyoming
9. Penn State at Pitt 19. St. Francis, N.Y. at Seton Hall
10. Oklahoma at Kansas State 20. Appalachian at Lenoir Rhyne

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SiX sonic circles in the shape of apince-nez.

Erik Satie.
Confirmed eccentric.
A key figure in the turn-of-the-century
Paris avant-garde. Rebel.
And prolific composer. Hundreds of
whimsical and quirky titled short songs,
dances and piano pieces were
born of his eccentricities and a lifelong
determination to render obsolete that
bigger and louder is truer and better.
Written at sidewalk cafes. In red ink.
On scrap paper.-Crystalline and gentle,
"his music poses no problems.
Fights no battles. And neither cries
nor complains" (N.Y. Times).
Satie's tender plea for simplicity and
purity was felt early in the career
of pianist Aldo Ciccolini.
Today, a specialist in the repertoire,
the Naples-born pianist has recorded more
than 150 of the piano miniatures. All are
contained in Angel Records' Complete
Piano Works of Erik Satie, Vols. 1-6.
In Ciccolini's expert hands,
Erik Satie's infectious music does, indeed,
reveal that behind the pince-nez
was a gift that came from very far.
wa And very high.

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