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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 3, 1970

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LIGHTWEIGHTS STRONG

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By JERRY CLARKE
Loaded with freshmen a n d
facing as rugged a schedule as
the sport has to offer, the Mich-
iganwrestling team enters it s
upcoming season as something
of a question mark. With 19
freshmen on the 32 man squad,
the grapplers will field a rela-
tively inexperienced lineup, and
will rely heavily on the lower
weights.
It is in the four lowest weights
that the Wolverines will field
their best combination of exper-
ience *and quality. At 118 lbs.,
Jerry Hoddy finished second in
the Big Ten and sixth in the
nation. Team captain and one
of the squad's three seniors,
Hoddy provides a strong start-
ing point in each meet. Dave
Greenblatt, a freshman, backs
up Hoddy.
Junior Jim Hagen holds down
the 126 lb. position, and is back-
ed up by Bill Davids, another
freshman. Tim Cech, Big Ten
Champion at 126 last season,
moves up to 134 so that both
he and Hagen can wrestle.
The two were considered even
last year, and were to have had
a challenge match to see w h o
wrestled in the conference meet.
An injury to Hagen, however,
put Cech in the competition,
whieh he won. A senior, Cech
will be backed up by still ano-
ther freshman, Rick Neff.
THE LAST OF the four strong
weights is the 142 lb. class.
where junior Mark King holds
forth. King wrestled regularly
last season, and is counted on
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for a strong showing in the up-
coming campaign. Behind him
are two less experienced wrest-
lers, sophomore John Kolmetz,
and freshman Robert Meyer.
The next two weights will be
manned entirely by freshmen
and sophomores. At 150 lbs.,
freshman Jarrett Hubbard holds
a slight edge over sophomore
Marty Chouinard as he upset
Chouinard 9-2 in last week's
intra-squad scrimmage.
In the 158 lb. class, Mi t ch
Mendrygal, a sophomore, holds
the advantage over freshman
Robert Huizenga, but the two

fought to a draw in the scrim
mage. These two weights ar
critical to the team's success, a
the competitors will have t
learn fast to offset their inex
perience.
There is more experience
higher up, especially at 167 an(
177, where lettermen return
Tom Quinn, the other senior o
the squad is at 167, backed u
by freshman Roger Ritzmar
who can also compete at 177
Therlon Harris and Marv Push
man both saw action at t h a
weight last season, but Harris,
junior, may move up to 19C

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- making room for Pushman, a
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s If Harris does not wrestle at
o 190, that leaves little experience
- at that weight. Jim Thomas, a
junior, is rated fairly even with
,e freshman Walt Sexton,;. who
d played on the freshman football
team this season. One of the
two will have to improve rapidly
to free Harris for duty at 177.

RICK BOLHOUSE wrestled.
heavyweight as a freshman last
season, but will still be less ex-
perienced than many of his op-
ponents. Gary Ernst, a fresh-
man, will provide a competent
back up, but he too lacks ex-
perience.
A big obstacle in the team's
path is the schedule, which head
coach Rick Bay feels is t h e
toughest %ince he has been at
Michigan, both as player 'and
coach. Of the twelve teams the
Wolverines must face in d u a 1
meets, only four are teams they
defeated last season.
Included in the schedule is
a new face, Cal Poly, which
has won the college division ti-
tle the last two seasons, and is
favored to repeat this time.
Big Ten powers Michigan
State and Iowa both come to
Ann Arbor this time with their
strong squads. The Spartans,
conference champions, finished
second nationally, while t h e
Hawkeyes were fifth.
The season opens this .week-
end as the team swings eastward
for a pair of dual meets against
national powers. Saturday, t h e
Midshipmen of Navy play host
to the Wolverines. Navy won
the Eastern title last season,
and will match up well withf
Michigan ,as their strengths lie
in the lower weights. Three out
of their first four competitors
are defending Eastern champ-
ions.
Next Monday, the squad goes
to Maryland to face the Terra-
pins, perennial powers of the
Atlantic Coast Conference.

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BREWERS GET TILLMAN:
Pittsburgh, Royals swap six

CHECKMATE
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By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Major league
baseball clubs continued to trade
at a brisk pace yesterday as Pitts-
burgh, the National League's East
Division champion, completed a
six-player transaction with Kan-
sas City of the American League.
The Pirates acquired right hand-
er Bob Johnson, one of the most

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sought-after pitchers available at
these annual meetings.
Moving to Pittsburgh along with
Johnson are catcher Jim Cam-
panis and infielder Jackie Her-
nandez. Pitcher Bruce Del Canton,
catcher Jerry May and shortstop
Freddie Patek go to the Royals.
In another trade. Atlanta sent
veteran catcher Bob Tillman to
Milwaukee for outfielder Hank Al-
len and minor league infielder
John Ryan.
The Pirate-Royal trade was the
third six-player deal of these
meetings as the general manag-
ers continued shifting bodies at a
furious pace. Johnson, who one
day short of a year ago was trad-
ed by the New York Mets to
Kansas City was the key man in
the deal for Pittsburgh.
A tall ' right-hander, Johnson
was 8-13 with a 3.07 earned run
average for the Royals and struck
out 206 batters, third highest to-
tal in the American League. His
strikeout total was the highest for
any AL rookie since Herb Score's
245 in 1955.
"We were looking for the best
right-handed pitcher available,"
said Joe L. Brown, Pittsburgh's
general manager. "We think we
got him."

"We wanted someone with the
potential to be an ace on our
staff and he has it," said Pitts-
burgh manager Danny Murtaugh.
"We expect him to be a big win-
ner for us next season and in the
years ahead."
"We hated to give up Johnson,"
said Cedric Tallis, Kansas City's
executive vice president and gen-
eral manager, "but we feel Patek
will give us an improved defense
at shortstop and May is an exper-
ienced catcher who will help han-
dle our young pitching staff."
Patek, at 5-foot-4, the shortest
player in the majors, batted .245
in 84 games for the Pirates last
season and May, a five-year vet-
eran, hit .209 in 51 games.
Dal Canton, 9-4 In, 41 games
with the Pirates, mostly in relief,
last season, is expected to be used
as both a starter and reliever for
the Royals.
Tillman batted .238 with 11 ho-
mers and 30 RBI for Atlanta in
1970, while Allen, brother of con-
troversial slugger Richie Allen,
split the year between Washington
and Milwaukee, batting .222. Both
Allen and Ryan will be assigned to
minor league teams by the Braves.

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