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Wednesday, March 12, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, March 12, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Matmen

slump

to

fourth

By RICK BONINO
and JOHN CHAVEZ
Maybe the Michigan wrestling
squad wasn't underrated after
all.
The Wolverines, trailing Big
Ten peers Iowa, Wisconsin and
Michigan State through most of
this year's polling, went to
Columbus hoping to disprove
these paper predictions.
The pollsters had the last
laugh, though, as the Wolverines,
placed fourth behind their more
highly-regarded rivals.
"I wouldn't have been total-
ly upset with third place, but
to get beat by Michigan State
by just a few points, hurts,"
said Michigan coach Bill Jo-
hannesen.
"If there was any consolation,
it was that Jim Brown won a
championship," Johannesen add-
ed.
Brown, Michigan's only cham-
pion, took first at 118 after
placing second to national
champions his first two years
and finishing a disappointing
third last year.
Brad McCrory also gave Jo-
hannesen reason to smile. The
senior 134-pounder, who had
wrestled only one match before
this year (a loss as a freshman),
capped a fine season with a sec-
ond place finish.
Some other individual per-
formances left Johannesen far
from consoled.
"The biggest disappointment
was Bill Schuck and Dave Cur-
by not qualifying," Johannesen
said.
Both seniors suffered from
severe flu the week before the
tournament and wrestled at less
than full strength.
The Wolverines looked very
strong in the opening round,
advancing eight of their ten

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NIGHT EDITORS:
MICHAEL WILSON I
AL HRAPSKY
entrants to the semifinals.
Disaster struck in the even-
ing, though. After Brown and
McCrory won, their teammates
all faced the eventual cham-
pions in their weight classes
and dropped to the consola-
tions.
"We just fell apart," Johan-
nesen said.
The losing Wolverines had a
chance to finish as high as third
in the consolations, but only two
made it all the way.
Junior heavyweight Mitch
Marsicano, a junior-college
transfer whose uninspired per-
formance in the Wisconsin dual
meet augered little for the Big
Tens, won the consolation final
with a last-second takedown
against Illinois' Kevin Pan-
I crantz.
"I was surprised," Johanne-
sen said. "He waited until the
last minute to make a good
shot.He could have done that
anytime during the t h i r d
period."
Senior Dan Brink, Michi-
gan's other junior college
transfer, was declared con-
solation champion at 158 be-
cause he beat fourth-place
finisher Steve Lawinger of
Wisconsin in the first round.
The other Wolverines had
nothing handed to them.
Senior captain Curby epito-
mized Michigan's frustration.
The defending champ at 190,

who struggled all season with 3 DeAugustino, OSU, 11-6 (semi); dec.
illness and injury, showed little Mike McArthur, Minn, 5-3 (final).
of hs pst frm.Place: First.
of his past forth. 126-RICH LUBELL-lost to Tim
Schuck and sophomore Mark; Cysewski, Iowa (pre); dec. Scott
Johnson, second seeds at 142 Shubert, OSU, 5-1 (cons. pre) lost
and 167 respectively, dropped to Jack Reinwand, Wisc. 8-6 (cons.
unimpressive matches to lower semi). Place: None.
seeds. 134-BRAD MCRORY-dec. Jim
seeds.Yeager, Pur, 2-1 (rat); dec. Alex
"Schuck was sick all week Riccomini, NW, 5-4 (pre); dec. Den-
but I figured he was still a good nis Brighton, MSU, 5-3 (semi); lost
enough wrestler to qualify," Jo- to Sam Komar, Ind, 11-7 (final).
hannsen aid "Hewas nlyPlace: Second.
hannesen said. "He was only 142-BILL SCHUCK - dec. Craig
half the wrestler he was earher Horiswill, Wise, 8-3 (pre); lost to
in the season-he just couldn't Andre Allen, NW, 10-4 (semi); lost
muster enough energy." to Andy DiSabato, OSU, 4-3 ot
Johnson, whom Johannesen (cons, semi). Place: None.
had earlier touted as "the class 150-JOHN KING-won by default
d over Dave Armstrong, OSU (pre);
of the meet at 167," seemed to lost to Chuck Yagla, Iowa, 5-2
show the effects of weight cut- (semi); lost to Pete Dombrowski,
ting after toiling all season at NW, 3-2 (cons. semi). Place: None.
177 and 190. 158-DAN BRINK - dec. Steve
He andn'tonetu.Lawinger, wise, 3-1 at (pre); lost
He hadn't done it (cut to to Larry Zilverberg, Minn, 13-6
167) before, and he didn't know' (stmi); dec. Dave Dilworth, Pur,
how it would feel," Johannesen 9-5 (cons. semi); awarded cons.
explained, final over Lawinger. Place: Third.
xohnsod. gdt p167-MARK JOHNSON - pinned
Johnson managed to place Jack Brewer, OSU, 7:52 (pre); lost
fourth, qualifying him for Thurs- to Dave Froehlich, NW, 5-2 (semi);
day's NCAA tournament at dec. Pat Christenson, Wisc., 7-4
Princeton.[(cons. semi); lost to Bernie Barrile,
IPur, 3-2 (cons, final). Place: None.
Senior John Kine, seeking 177-GARY JONSECK - lost to
glory at then end of a spotty Chris Campbell, Iowa, 8-3 (pre);
Michigan career, lost a trip dec. Mark Zinni, 111, 4-2 ot (cons.
'Princeton with a one-poi nrat); dec. Paul Miller, Pur, 3-2
to snt I pre); lost to Jack Reinbolt,
defeat in the consolations. j OSU, 5-3 (cons. semi). Place: None,
"John was coming on at the 190-DAVE CURBY - dec. Kevin
end and wrestling the best of Quigley, OSU, 5-4 (pre); lost to
his career," Johannesen said. Laurent Soucie, Wise, 4-0 (semi);
lost to Scott Wickard, MSU, 1-0
"If he could've started a month (cons. semi). Place: None.
earlier and gotten his head Hwt-MITCH MARSICANO-dec.
straightened around, he would've Gary Benskin, Wisc, 13-3 (pre); lost
qualified." to Larry Avery, MSU, 8-2 (semi);
dec. Paul Scott, NW, 12-9 (cons.
177-pounder Gary Jonseck, a semi); dec. Kevin Pancrantz, Ill,
questionable starter due to a 30-2 (cons. final). Place: Third.
shoulder injury, won two tourna-
ment matches, one more than
his dual meet win total. The
sophomore also made a good
showingagainst Iowa star Chris
Campbell, who pinned his other
two preliminary foes.

Michigan grappler Bill Schuck (142 lbs.) tries valiantly to stick his opponent, Steve Egesdal of Minnesota, to the mat in their
dual meet encounter February 1. Schiuck didn't get his pin but easily defeated his Gopher foe, 6-1. The season came to an
abrupt end for the senior grappler as he failed to place in the Big Ten tourney, ruining his chances for a berth in the
NCAA meet at Princeton this weekend.

KNICKS DROP SUNS

Flps

De trodt,

Blue

disappointed

c

Tur lers drop
look toward Bi*,

By MICHAEL WILSON r
With the dual meet portion
of the season completed, the
Michigan gymnastics team
must now gear toward the Big
Ten championships March 28
and 29 in the friendly confines
of Crisler Arena.
The Wolverines closed out!
the dual meet schedule March
1 with their second loss of the
season at the hands of Indiana
State, 408.35 to 401.40 in Terre
Haute.
"We were sufficiently hum-
bled," admitted a sullen coach
Newt Loken. "Indiana State is
a very good team."
The loss left Michigan with
an overall dual meet record
of 5-2 for the season, 4-0 in Bigy
Ten competition.

Although Indiana State came
through with some exceptional
performances, their cause was!
partially aided by some subpar
efforts by the Wolverines.
"Indiana is very good," Lok-
en re-emphasized, "but we
missed in a few places."
THE MOST noticeable miss
came in the pommel horse as
co-captain Bruce Keeshin slip-
ped . to a 6.45 and Pierre Le-
Clere could only muster a 6.3,
not only hurting the overall
team score, but hindering the
individual all-around scores.
Indiana State, however, gave
some stunning performances.
Bob Bellin led Indiana State's
high-scoring floor exercise team
with an outstanding 95 per-

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heck, 1ll,12-1 (pre); dec.Len DET By The Associated Press game winning charity tosses. a
C_ , _,- r;e. n DETROIT - Cazzie Russell's Goodrich led the Lakers with
two clutch free throws with two 25 points, while Russell finished
seconds remaining last night with 16. Lanier, playing for the!
gave Los Angeles a 95-94 Na- first time in three games be-!
f i a le * tional Basketball Association cause of a painful left knee in-
victory over the Detroit Pistons, jury, scored 17 in the third
snapping the Lakers' eight-game period on his way to a game-!
losing streak on the road. I high 29.
Detroit trailed by 16 points at John Megelt had 19 and Dave
the beginning of the third quar-i Bing scored 16.
ter but a rally led by Bob La-
nier brought the Pistons ahead| iish
vaulting, followed closely by 94-91 with 1:08 to play. Gail OC
LeClerc's 9.1 and Bob Darden Goodrich's basket with 50 sec- NEW YORK - Dynamic Earl
and Bob Creek turned in a 9.0 onds put LA just one behind. Monroe ignited a sagging New
and a 9.2, respectively, on the Three successive Los An- York offense in the second half
high bar. geles shots failed before Rus- I with 25 points, sparking the
The non-conference loss to. sell was fouled and sank his Knicks to a 103-98 victory
Indiana State shouldn't hamper -
Michigan's preparation for the;
Big Tens. R
"E VE RY BOD Y ' S
working very hard," Loken
said. "We all worked out over W ./
spring break - the loss to In-.
diana is making us work,
harder." returns to
Due 'to the long layoff before
the Big Ten tourney, Loken has
scheduled an intra-squad con-
test this Friday and Saturday,
between the Alumni - Reserves"
and the Varsity.I
"We're trying to keep the
guys motivated," Loken in-begnnn
sisted.
This weekends exhibition be-
gins with compulsory routines
at 5 pm. Friday, and optionals
Satnrday afternoon at 2 pm. in a m U *III1
Crisler Arena. The public is in-
vited and admission is free. (till then we're still at 88.3)
TUNE US IN!
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against the Phoenix Suns.
Monroe, who finished with a
game-high 31 points, including
15 in the final quarter, got the
Knicks r ol I i n g midway
through the third period after
the Suns had rallied from a
57-44 deficit and forged ahead
64-63.
The elusive Monroe then hit

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a baseline jumper anC a one-
hander, putting the Knicks'
ahead to stay, 67-64. Monroe
had five of the eight Knicks'j
field goals in the third period
and six of their 10 in the fourth
quarter.
Charlie Scott led Phoenix with
30 points while Curtis Perry had
18, all in the second half.

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Corm ance.
MICHIGAN'S losses came at The Sycamores had at least I
the hands of two of the top one performer scoring nine or 1
teams in the nation, if that's above in every event in the op-
any consolation for Loken's tional portion of the meet, in-
tumblers. Earlier this year, the cluding a 9.4 by Darrel Cribbs
Wolverines dropped a hard- in the high bar and a 9.3 by ;
fought dual contest to Louisiana Dog Griffith on the parallel
State University at Baton bars.
Rouge. LSU has been ranked Ton performances by thej
number one most of the season. Wolverines included a 9.1 by!
Indiana State, according to Chuck Stillerman in the floor.
Loken, is also one of the top- exercise and a 9.2 and a 9.25
ranked teams, "at least in the by Joe Neuenswander and Kurt
top three or four," the m=tman Gelder on the rings. Richard
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The National Hockey League's Board of Governors agreed
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for the 1975-76 season.
The decision, announced by NHL President Clarence Camp-
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3potatoes anna
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6. rice
. swedish meat balls
8. vrmicell,
9. breaded veal cutlet
10. fresh garden green
11. tarragon peas
12 eggplant parmesaft
13. beef oriental
14. veal hearts
15 chicken giblets
16. cheese casserole
17 sliced beef
1. fried chicken
19. barbecued ribs
20. fried cod fish
21. black olives
22. greek olives
23 green olives
24. dill pickles
25 celery
26 carrots
27. green onions
28. crab apples
29. red peppers
30. radishes
31. corn salad
32. sliced cucumbers
with sour cream
33. sliced tomatoes
with fresh dill
34. red bean salad
35. greek bean salad
36. italian green peppers
37. greek stuffed eggplants
38. sliced beets
39. garlic sauce
40. herring
41. portuguese sardines
42. anchovies
43. cod fish caviar mousse
44. cod fish red caviar
45. liver pate
46. sliced jambon
47 sliced salami
48. sliced cold turkey
49 chicken salad
50. russian fish salad
51. tuna fish salad
52. cottage cheese
53. sliced mushroomin
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54. eggrols
55. hot mustard sauce
56. stuffed eggs bonnefemme
57. Coles slaw
58 cold salmon
59. fresh tuna In soyu sauce
60. butter
61. home made bread
62. sliced tongue
63. horse radish sauce
64. chicken wings Japanese
65. fried squid
66 smoked pork chops
1 67. potato salad
68. russian salad
69. macaroni salad
70. jellied fruit salad
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72. chef's dressing
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74. 1000 island dressing
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78. bacon crumbs
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81. sliced onions
82. eggplant salad
83. hocktail sausage
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