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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Matmen pumm(
By JERRY CLARKE little offensive action by either
Special To The Daily wrestler. Hoddy, a defensive spe-
COLUMBUS - Offsetting acialist, scored with an escape at
definite weight disadvantage with the beginning of the second per-
overall balance and superiority, iod. and a takedown following a
the Michigan wrestling team de- Cox escape in the third.
- feated Ohio State here yesterday The lead increased to 8-0 for
24-12. The victory broke a two Michigan after Davids' pin at 126,
match losing streak, and gave the but the Buckeyes got on the score-
grapplers momentum they will board at 134. Jim Hagen, one of
- need as they prepare this week for those wrestling out of weight, was
their toughest opposition of the handled easily by the Buckeyes'
season, dual meets with Cal Poly Jim Humphrey in a 12-3 loss.
and Iowa. Ohio State narrowed the gap
The meet was highlighted by even more in the next match, as
three pins by the Wolverines. At John Brewer edged Wolverine
126, Bill Davids, a freshman, de- freshman Rick Neff 11-9. After
stroyed his opponent, Bill Jones, falling behind 7-3, Neff was com-
running up a 8-0 score before pin- ing back against a rapidly tiring
ning him after 2:35 of the second Brewer when the match was stop-
period. Rob Huizenga, another ped for an injury break, giving
freshman wrestling at 167, main- Brewer a five minute rest. Re-
tained his unbeaten status by pin-, freshed, he held off Neff for the
ning the Buckeyes' Ron Heath at victory.
7:30. Michigan widened the lead again
At heavyweight, Rick Bolhouse at 150, when Jerry Hubbard, an-
made good use of his vastly su- other freshman, decisioned John
perior strength and quickness to Groves 7-5 in the best match of
i make short work of his match the meet. The score was tied 2-2
jpinning Bruce Banners in only 32 at the end of the second period,
seconds. but Hubbard escaped to start the
The lineup for Michigan was the third. Groves followed with a take-
same makeshift one they have down, but Hubbard got a reversal
been using since injuries side- and a predicament to win the
lined Mark King and Walt Sex- bout.
ton, the regulars at 142 and 190. The Buckeyes came back again
Three of the four Wolverines who at 158. with Dave Saffledefeating
lost their matches were wrestling Mitch Mendrygal, 7-4. The match
above their normal weights. was close until the third period,
Thegmeet started off with a but Saffle got a key takedown to
Michigan victory in- the 118 lb. secure the victory. That match
class, as Jerry Hoddy the Wolver- made the meet score 11-9 in favor
ine captain. decisioned Ralph Cox, of Michigan, and represented the
1 3-2. The score was low due to very closest Ohio State would be in the
The right track second half of the meet.
Huizenga, the fourth freshman
118 POUNDS Jerry Hoddy (M) to wrestle in the meet, controlled
! dec. Ralph Cox, 3-2.
126 POUNDS - Bill Davids (M) his opponent easily, running up a
pinned Bill Jones, 4:35. 16-1 lead before his pin. His un-
134 POUNDS - Jim Humphrey (OSU) orthodox style obviously helped
dec. Jim Hagen, 12-3. him dominate Heath, who could
142 POUNDS - John Brewer (OSU)I
I dec. Rick Neff 1-9 not cope with Huizenga's legs.

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24-12

-Daily-Jerry Clarke
BILL DAVIDS, Wolverine wrestler, rides Bill Jones of Ohio State
in yesterday's dual meet in Columbus. Davids, a freshman,
pinned Jones for his first intercollegiate win, and was one of the
important cogs of the Michigan team in the 24-12 victory.
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150 POUNDS -Jerry Hubbard (M)
dec. John Groves, 7-5.
158 POUNDS - Dave Saffle (OSU)
dec. Mitch Mendrygal, 7-4.
167 POUNDS - Rob Huizenga (M)
pinned Ron Heath, 7:30.
177 POUNDS - Bill Reinbolt (OSU)
dec. Tom Quinn, 4-1.
190 POUNDS - Therlon Harris (M)
dec. Jim Coburn, 4-0.
HWT.-- Rick Bolhouse (M) pinned
Bruce Banners, 0:32.

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Tom Quinn weighed in at 167,
but wrestled at 177 and gave aiway
ten pounds to Bill Reinbolt. The
Buckeye took full advantage of his
superior weight and was .imply
too strong for Quinn, winning by
a 4-1 score.
The Wolverines put the meet
out of reach in the 190 match,
when Therlon Harris, normally a
177-pounder, defeated Jim Co-
burn 4-0. Harris scored on a take-
down in the first period, an escape
in the second, and piled up a point
of riding time in the third.
Bolhouse's pin came quickly and
gave the meet an abrupt ending.
Michigan coach Rick Bay was
pleased at the outcome, which was
a sharp contrast to the last two
meets, where fate had defeated his
team. "They have been showing'
constant improvement, and we
hope to be ready for next week-
end."

Special To The Daily
PRINCETON-On the strength
of a good overall team perform-
ance, Michigan swimmers topped
Princeton 66-49 yesterday. The
tankers, running their dual meet
record to 8-0, touched first in only
five of the eleven swimming events
and were saved by their depth, and
the diving of Dick Rydze.
Rydze won the one meter diving
competition with a total of 272.8,
and came back later on to cop the
three meter event. Rydze's score
from the higher board was 267.1.
The mermen jumped off to a
quick lead by capturing the 400
yard medley relay, with Chris
Hansen, Stu Isaac, Byron Mac-
Donald and Ray McCullough fin-
ishing in 3:34.8.
Larry Day increased the gap,
winning the 1000 yard freestyle
with a 10:24.1 clocking. Day later
placed second in the 500 yard
freestyle.-
Princeton was paced by fresh-
man Bill Hoyt, who took three

events. Hoyt won the 50 yard free-
style, with 22.5; the 100 free with
49.1 and swam a leg, of the 400
yard freestyle relay, which was
won by the host Tigers.
MacDonald, besides swimming
in the medley relay, won the 200
yard butterfly, while his relay
teammate Isaac took the 200 yard
breaststroke, touching in 2:13.6.
Isaac also finished third in the
200 yard individual medley.
The victory over Princeton (now
4-3) was the last warmup prior to
next Friday's confrontation with
Indiana, the defending NCAA
champions. Although the dual
meet record of the Wolverines is
flawless, it is generally accepted
that neither Michigan, nor any
other of the top teams in the
country could handle the Hoosiers
in dual tmeet competition.
However, Michigan will be
treated to the appearance of all
of the Indiana regulars, a privi-
lege coach Jim Counsilman hasn't
extended to most of his opponents
this year.

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