THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, February 14, 1975
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By JOHN NEIMEYER In the 118 pound
To consider Michigan's wrest- Brown faces Jim
lers' 18-12 stomp of 10th-ranked "must" bout. Haine
Michigan State as a lull before wrestler, but the B]
the storm seems ludicrous. To- I ing on a win fror
night, however, the Wolverines time Midlands char
travel to Madison to meet Wis- Bill Schuck shou
consin, presently rated third, against Steve Eva
behind Iowa and Oklahoma the night's few
State. matches. Ed Neisw
Since Michigan wrestlers are ust now coming
usually favored to win, the role ;per cent after a
of giant-killer is not a Wol- jury is also a str
verine custom. Not since 1973,. over Steve Lawing
when a 31-6routhoverPenn TWO BADGERS
State snapped the Nittany TW BDER
Lions' 38-meet win streak, has tonight after missi
the Maixe and Blue enjoyed a with sickness andi
gchance to rey e Horswill missed la
some people. an injury and will
be at one hundred
WISCONSIN'S fans should see factor which coul
some super matches tonight- edge for Brad Mc
matches that could decide seed- 134 pound match. P
ings in the Big Ten and NCAA son, a key man, v
tournaments. "The individual last week with w
match-ups are good," said monia, and is a
"Billy Jo" Johannesen, Michi- starter. That could
gan's rookie coach. "All the to Michigan's Dan
matches are close enough that The Wolverines'
the meet could conceivably end pounder Dave Cur
in a shutout for either team, trouble getting ba
although that's very unlikely." after injuries and
dmatch,Jim mononucleosis. He should be at
Haines in a least 95 per cent tonight.
es is a skilled Curby has never beaten Lau-
Lue are count- rent Soucie, however, and this
mm their two- could prove to be one of Michi-
impion. gan's tougher matches of the
ld win at 142 night.
ns, in one of
predictable IN THE heavyweight class,
ender, who is Mitch Marsicano meets Gary
back to 100 Sommer. Marsicano has done
shoulder in- better against common oppon-
'rong favorite ents recently, which would in-
ter at 158. dicate that Michigan stands a
good chlance of victory.
are returning Coach Johanneson feels that
ng some time three matches could be pivotal
injury. Craig tonight. At 126, Rick Lubell
st week with takes on Jack Reinwand, a
probably not match that Bill Jo calls "even,
per cent, a but a must if we are to win.
d prove the Rick has been improving all
Crory in the season and we feel that he has
Pat Christian- a good shot at winning for us."
was sidelined 150-pounder John King grap-
alking pneu- ples with freshman Leroy
questionable Kemp. Kemp, a two time Ohio
give the nod high school champion, is billed
Brink at 167. by Wisconsin coaches as "the
captain, 190 next Jarrett Hubbard."
rby, has had KING, HOWEVER, was nam-
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abk on track
a bout with
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ed Michigan's Champion of the
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State last week. If he wrestles
as well tonight as he did then
he could give Michigan a cru-
One of the most exciting
matches of the night pits Mark
Johnson against the Badgers
Ed Vatch. Vatch, a former 11-
linois state champion, was 1973
Big Ten champ at 167, and last
year's runner up at 177.
Johnson has grappled well
this year and hopes to place at
the NCAA meet. The two teams
should be close going into this
match-a Johnson win could ,
spur the Blue to victory. t
WISCONSCIN, a strong team, t
must be considered a leading
contender for the national
championship. It will take in-
spiration, courage and luck for
the Wolverines to pull off whatc
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Michigan's stellar 118-pounder Jim Brown attempts to out-m'neuver Iowa's Mark Mysnyk in
their recent match at Crisler Arena. Brown won that crucial match 7-3 and will once again
be called upon propel the Blue to a fast start this week a g a i n s t Wisconsin's Jim Haines.
Brown defeated Haines in a match last year.
MAY CLINCH BY MONDAY
Indiana's clinching of at least
a title share in the current cut-
and-dried race seems almost
certain as the Hoosiers take
their 12-0 league mark against
a pair of tail-enders.
(3-8) appears at Indiana Satur-
day :afternoon and Monday
night the Hoosiers host last-
place Wisconsin (2-9).
In apparent hopeless pursuit,
Purdue and Minnesota are
deadlocked for second place at
Purdue, however, seems like-
ly to stay alive mathematically
as the Boilermakers play host
Sat-rday to reeling Illinois (3-
9, beaten five straight times),
and are idle Monday.
Minnesota, on the other hand,
has two tough outings. The
Gonhers' Saturday tangle with
hot-shooting Michigan State in
a regionally televised contest
at East Lansing, Mich., and
Monday ri-ht invade Michi-
gan, tiAd for fo'irth with Michi-
gan State at 6-5.
If the Hoosiers, riding the na-
By The Associated Press A weekend sweep would give
This weekend top-ranked In- Irdiana a 14-0 record with four
diana should become only the games left and one loss each for
third team in Big Ten basket- Purdue and Minnesota would
ball history to share or win present the Hoosiers with the
three consecutive champion- undisputed crown.
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tion's longest winning streak at
26 games, grab both weekend
tests they will crash into a very
O-ly Ohio State and Michigan
have won or shared as many as
three straight Conference cham-
The Jerry Lucas-led Buckeyes
"aot!red the 1960, 1961 and 1962
titls a'd tied for the top spot
each of the next two seasons.
Michigan shared the 1964
crown vith Ohio State and then
took the indisputed titles in
1965 and 1966.
Northwestern has improved
since losing to Indiana 82-53 a
month ago and the Wildcats
won their last two starts,
against Illinois and Purdue.
Buat the Hloosiers, will be
stripi- to boost their perfect
over-all season mark to 24-0,
est-blishing a school record.
In'larna's best previous cam-
paian was a 23-3 effort by the
1953 NCAA champion Hoosiers.
In the Minnesota-Michigan
State TV game, the Spartans'
corf-rence scoring leader, Ter-
ry Furlow, will be making his
first start since being placed on
orobation by Commissioner
Wayne Duke for belting Illinois'
Rink S-hmidt in a Feb. 1 game.
Other Saturday Conference
games include Wisconsin at
Ohio State (6-6) and Iowa (4-8)
Navy's football team failed to
score in three 1974 games but
won the big one, beating Army
19-0. It was Navy's first shutout
of the campaign and the second
straight over the West Pointers.
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