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Thursda December 2, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Thursday, December 2, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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By RICH STUCK
An eager Michigan wrestling
team opens its season this week-
end against two of the nation's
top teams, Penn State and Pitts-
burgh. Both of these squads are
highly respected and will pro-
vide stiff competition for the
Wolverines especially in front
of the rabid Pennsylvania fans.
Tonight the grapplers face last
year's NCAA Eastern champs,
Penn State, holders of a three-
year 25 match unbeaten string.
Four particularly impressive
people highlight the Nittany Li-
on lineup.
Heading the list is Andy-Mat-
ter the defending NCAA cham-
pion at 167 pounds. Dave Weber
was the national runnerup two
years ago at 126 and is back this
year after an injury that knock-
ed him out last season. Michi-
gan's two wrestlers at these
weights are Roger Ritzman and
Jim Hagan, respectively. Both
have been hampered by injuries
in practice and will not be in
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If Hagan is unable to wrestle
sophomore Bill Davids will move
in that spot.
The lightest and heaviest
classes probably have the best
matchups of the evening. At 118
pound Jim Brown will meet
Penn State's Tom Teagarden
whom he defeated in an open
meet in high school. It will be
the first college wrestling for
both of these freshmen..
Michigan's fine heavyweight
Rick Bolhouse perhaps will have
a tougher opponent than first
expected when he goes up
against a big 270-pounder in Ira
Lupert. All-American football
player Dave Joyner was suppos-
sed to be the Penn State heavy-
weight, but he will be in Knox-.
ville this weekend for the big
game with Tennessee.
Many insiders feel, however,
that he will have a hard time
winning his job back from Lu-
pert after his Cotton Bowl ap-
pearance.
Wolverine mentor Rick Bay
has deep respect for the Penn
State squad. "We will be hard
pressed to beat them. They are
very strong in the heavier
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we wrestle well we can beat
them"
After the Penn State match
the Wolverines travel to Pitts-
burgh to take on another of the
nation's elites. Bay and the men
on the team are anxiously look-
ing ahead to this one since the
Panthers vanquished them last
year in a dispute-filled contest.
Unlike Penn State, Pitts-
burgh's strength lies in the low-
er classes. At 118 another frosh
duel will take place. The oppo-
sition for Brown this time
around will be Jim Bryant, a
good wrestler who beat Brown in
high school.
An identical situation con-.
fronts either Hagan or Davids
at the 126-pound level, as an
NCAA finalist from two years
ago Randy Payne makes his
comeback against the Wolver -
ines.
Michigan's Big Ten Champ at
150, Jerry Hubbard, meets ano-
ther outstanding grappler Kevin
Love in what promises to be an
exciting match.
The other Michigan men will
be facing unpublicized but good
wrestlers. Rick Neff at 134, Cap-
tain Mark King at 142, Mitch
Mendrygal at 158; John Ryan
at 177, and Therlon Harris at
190 round out the Michigan line-
up.
Both meets are expected to
draw upwards of 8,000 specta-
tors, which could give the home
teams a decided advantage.
Coach Bay feels that both of the
affairs will be tight battles high-.
lighted by some great individual
efforts.

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