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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 12, 1973

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We're Number One and we're going to stay Number
One until someone knocks us off. If we wvork like hell - if
we drive ourselves even harder th-,n before from now on-
I don't think there's anyone who can stop us. I really be-
lieve that."-hick Bay.
The heat will be on Michigan's wrestlers from now on. With
their top ranking in the Amateur Wrestling News' listing, the
Wolverines know full well that any other team can claim a suc-
cessful season by defeating them.
Several hours before learning of his team's lofty position,
Bay distributed lavish praise upon his triumphant grapplers. "We
wrestled darn well last weekend," he noted with particular em-
phasis. "It was better than I expected."
Like everyone else, Bay had trouble finding enough ad-
jectives to describe the team's ace, Jarrett Hubbard, whose
4-0 mark last week (including two falls) earned him the dis-
tinction of Champion of the Week.
On the other hand, Rob Huizenga disappointed Clarion
State's Bill Simpson enormously, coming from behind to score
a 4-4, 3-0 overtime upset of the defending NCAA 167-pound cham-
pion. "It was just a super accomplishment," Bay exulted. "And
better match strategy will make him even more successful."
Dubious strategy, and perhaps a trace of overconfidence,
led to Huizenga's 3-0 final-round -- ---- -----__
Penn State Invitational defeat W restling's Top Ten
at the, hands of Nittany Lion by Amateur Wrestling News
freshman Jerry White. This loss 1. MICHIGAN
probably deprived Huizenga of 2. Wisconsin
Champion of the Week recogni- 3.Ioastt
tion - he lost to Hubbard by 5. Oklahoma state
just one vote. 6. Oregon State

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Even more important than
the repetitious victories of the
team's stars - men like Jim

7. Iowa
8. Clarion State
9. Michigan State
10. Penn State

Brown, Bill Davids, Hubbard, and Gary Ernst - has been the
development of the squad's lesser-known grapplers. Bill Schuck
at 147 lbs. has shown constant, at times spectacular, improve-
ment so far this year. Freshman Mark Johnson is still having
his ups and downs, but there's little doubt he's going to be out
standing, before very long.

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Dan Brink - Bay's big gamble at 158 lbs. - has come
through splendidly. The Wolverine mentor lauded Brinks'
"great competitive spirt," chiming that "If a guy is tough
-like Dan-you can teach him the techniques he lacks. He's
The Michigan Mat Machine will compete in the Midlands
Tournament at Northwestern on December 21 and 22, along with
such powerhouses as Wisconsin, Iowa, MSU, and the Oklahoma
squads. The conflict with finals means the squad won't be able
to hold its regular practices, and therefore probably will wrestle
at less than full efficiency.
The alternative would be a full r."e-month layoff until the
at-home dual meet versus Ohio State next January 5 - and the
Wolverines know they can't afford that kind of inactivity if
they're serious about winning championships.
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