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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 9, 1970., ,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, December 9, 1970

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By RANDY PHILLIPS
"We've been completely rid-
dled by graduation," lamented
Wisconsin swimming coach J.
Pettinger as the Badgers pre-
pared for their upcoming meet
with the potent Wolverine tank-
ers, Friday at Matt Mann Pool.
If one looks at 1 a s t year's
showing by Wisconsin in t h e
Big Ten meet he would find that
the Badgers scored 147 points
in a fifth place finish. But 127
of those points are gone, as Don
Dunfield, an A 11- American,
graduated, taking several other
seniors with him.
In addition, two of last year's
freshmen w h o helped score
those other 20 points in relay
races are not swimming for the
Badgers this season.
Wisconsin's mentor also men-
tionedatherfact that he did not
have a very good year recruit-
ing. No blue chippers are mov-
ing up through the ranks to
give the Badgers scoring punch,
and only about three or f o u r
others are considered to be bet-
ter than average."
Pettinger considers Michigan
to be thesecond best squad in
the conference with strengths in
diving, backstroke, butterfly,
and breaststroke.
He believes the best events for
his squad in their dual m e e t
Friday will be the sprints, where
he has Drew Gorrell, a senior
who finished seventh in the Big
Tens.
In the diving events Wiscon-
sin should be nearly on a par
with t h e Wolverines, boasting
senior Tony Rueff, who finish-
ed 12th in last summer's AAU
national meet.
But Michigan will have the

home pool advantage, and this
should enable the Michigan div-
ers to be successful in both div-
ing events. In addition the Wol-
verine's ace diver, Dick Rydze,
is much more experienced in
close,'competition than Rueff is.
Wisconsin is hoping t h a t

tackle

B adgers

enough of their young swim-
mers can come through for them
to keep the Wolverines f r o m
running away with the meet.
The Badgers hope to break
into the top half of the confer-
pnce this year, expecting to end
up about fifth or sixth. Pettin-

Vacation Sports Schedule
DECEMBER
10-Basketball, M vs. Eastern Mich., 8 p.m., Crisler Arena
11-Swimming, M vs. Wisconsin, 7:30 p.m., Matt Mann Pool
11-Hockey, M vs. Wisconsin, 8 p.m., Michigan Colliseum
12-Hockey, M vs. Wisconsin, 8 p.m., Michigan Colliseum
12-Basketball, M vs. U. of Detroit, 2 p.m., Crisler Arena
21-22-Basketball, Mich. Invitational (Michigan, California,
Harvard, Wyoming), 7 p.m. & 9 p.m., Crisler Arena
29-30-Hockey at Great Lakes Tournament, Detroit
(Michigan, Michigan Tech, Brown, Colgate)
29-30 Wrestling at Midwest Open, LaGrange, Ill.

ger commented, "We're not
conceding the top half of the
conference, but in terms of per-
sonnel they (Michigan State,
Minnesota, Ohio State) have
the edge."
Wisconsin opened the season
against two non-conference foes,
Northern Illinois and Western
Illinois. The Badgers won both
meets, but neither opponent
proved much of an obstacle.
Pettinger thinks his team will
be able to provide a few excit-
ing races this weekend, but
warned that his players were
tired after working hard for the
last few weeks. He added that
they were in g o o d condition,
though.
Michigan will also do combat
with Southern Illinois at the
start of the winter term. That
meet will be played away on
Jan. 7.

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CHECKMATE

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Coming, off an excellent, if
surprising showing last weekend,
the Michigan wrestling team
now prepares for their n e x t
test, the Midwest Open. Held at
LaGrange, Illinois December 29
and 30, the tournament is con-
sidered a major test for enter-
ing teams.
In fact, Michigan head coach
Rick Bay considers t h e meet
"just as tough as the NCAA's,
and in some respects even
tougher." An open tournament,
entries are not restricted to col-
lege wrestlers, but anyone who
is a high school graduate may
enter. This means that many
former collegiate grapplers can
compete, increasing the quality
of the individual competition.
The team competition is just
as tough, since all of the strong
squads from the Midwest en-
ter. Iowa State, the defending
NCAA titlist, will be present, as
will Michigan State, the nation-
al runner-up. Other entries will
be from such powers as Okla-
homa State, Oklahoma, and
Iowa. Last year, the Wolverines
finished a surprising second in
the meet.
Bay was very pleased by the

Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 9)
Greater Cleveland, Dec. 28, 29, and
30, Statler Hilton, advance registration
forms avail.
Milwaukee, Dec. 22, Milwaukee Aud.
western North Carolina, Dec. 30,
Univ. of N.C. at Asheville.
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Colorado Springs Colo., Dec. 29, Ant-
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Madison, Wisc., Wisconsin Center, UW
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Lawrence Radiation Lab., Lovermore,
Calif., 1971 Summer Program for under-
grads and grad. students, details at
SPS, appl. deadline, Jan. 15.

results of the weekend action.
The victory over Navy was es-
pecially important, as the Mid-
shipmen previously had lost
only three meets in the last five
years. It was also Navy's first
defeat at home in the last eight
seasons.
According to Bay, the team
wrestled better against Mary-
land, even though the competi-
tion was not as tough. Against
the Terrapins, the Wolverines
lost only one match and drew
two others. The one loss was by
Tim Cech, who had a draw un-
til he missed a takedown in the
closing seconds, and was taken
down himself and lost the
match.

The bright spots on the team
were the positions manned by
freshmen. Jerry Hubbard w a s
the big surprise, winning both
of his matches at 150 lbs. One
of his victories was against the
captain of the Maryland team,
a far more experienced senior.
At 158, sophomore Mitch Men-
drygal won both of his match-
es.
In the higher weights, Walt
Sexton and Rick Bolhouse have
also been pleasant surprises.
Freshman Sexton, who is de-
scribed as a "natural," won his
two matches, and Bolhouse, a
sophomore, is wrestling "better
than last year."

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