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Friday, February 15, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday, February 15, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

GRAPPLERS'LASTHOME MEET

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By CLARKE COGSDTLL
"I'm re lly worried," a rueftfl
Rick Bay muttered on the eve of
his number-one grapplers' confron-
tation with fo',rth-ranked Wiscon-
sin at 7:30 this evening in Crisler
Arena. "Our match-ups are really
crummy. Guys we usually depend
on for points are gonna have a
helluva time out there. It's gonna
be a tough, tight match."
"We take a realistic approach
to wrestling at Wisconsin," replied
Badger mentor Dwayne Cleven.
"We consider you (Michigan) on
paper to- be better than we are.
We're going to have to pull off a
couple of upsets if we're going to
have any chance to win."
FOR. THE W1OLVERTNES, to-
night's meet is the fin-l major ob-
stacle of a deliberately-rigorous
dual meet schedule which already
includes wins over four of the
nation's ton ten teams: Iowa,
Michigan State, Oklahoma, and
Minnesota. The Badgers fit right
in - they've lost only to Okla-
homa and Oklahoma State, and
tied Iowa.:
Tonight will also be the final
home appearance for four seniors
who have accounted for much of
the Wolverines' recent success:
team captain Jerry Hubbard,
heavyweight Gary Ernst, 134-
pounder Bill Davids and the dis-
tictively different Rob Huizenga.
Meanwhile, some confusing sig-
nals have emanated from Madi-
son, and the Michigan grapplers
don't quite know what to expect.
Originally, the Badgers' fine 150-
pounder Rick Lawinger - the man
who beat Hubbard for the Big Ten
championship last year - had
been expected to provide a serious
threat to the Wolverine captain's
streak of 27 consecutive dual meet
victories (one short of Dave Por-
ter's all-time Michigan record.)
Much to Bill Schuck's dismay,
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that match probably won't hap-
pen. According to Cleven, the Wis-
consin ace has decided to try tol
cut down to 142 pounds, where hel
would be a clear favorite. "He1
wants to make the cut," Cleven
noted, "and if he wants to wrestle
at 142 in the Big Ten, this was the.
last week for him to make the;
move."
HUBBARD will meet either reg-l
ular 142-pounder Steve Evans, orz
untested Badger freshman Tomt
Grabot, and should have no trou-
ble tying Porter's record.-
The other surprising news from
dairyland is that Laurent Souicie,
who was expected to give Wolver-
ine Dave Curby all sorts of trou-
ble at 190, is stayingthome this
weekend.
"I'll believe it when I don't see
him," shrugged the Cartesian Cur-1
by "I really want to wrestle that
guy." The quiet Ann Arbor na-.
tive should lick whoever the Bad-
ger's sacrifice in Soucie's slot.he
BILLY DAVIDS' response to the'
news he'd have to wrestle Wis-
consin's 134-pounder Jim Abbott1
would have been deleted from the,
soundtrack of Deep Throat. "Ab-
bott's even taller than Indiana's
Andy Passaglia," Bay explained,
"and tall wrestlers always give.
Bill trouble, because he isn't able
to work his upper body throws and
other stuff against. them."
Last year, when both wrestled
at 126 Davids bested Abbott 7-6
in Michigan's 29-5 dual meet win
and 5-4 in the Big Ten champion-
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Rob Huizenga also. faces a stern
ch: llenge at 177, pairing off with.
Ed Vatch, who destroyed Roger
Ritzman 9-2 last year to win the
Big Ten Title at 167:
Only two Wolverines will be
clear favorites tonight. Jim Brown
is "frankly, a better wrestler"
than Wisconsin 188-pounder Jim
Haynes, according to Cleven, and
heavyweight Gary Ernst, who pin-
ned Badger Glen Vissers at 4:41
the last time they met, expects to
pull out of his recent slump with,
he hopes, a repeat performance.
MICHIGAN'S Dan Brink will be
the underdog at 158 against Pat
Christiansen. Christiansen's record
so far includes a tie with Minne-
sota's Steve Zilverberg-- who de-
stroyed Brink - and a heart-
breaking eleventh - hour loss to
Iowa's outstanding Don Holm.
The other two matches are toss-
ups. Troubled Wolverine 126-
pounder Rich Valley pairs off
againstrerratic cheese - stater
Craig Horswill, while John Ryan
has a pretty good chance against
sophomore Frank Davies, 4-6 on
the year, at 167.
"An undefeated dual meet sea-.
son is one of our major goals,"
Bay concludes. "If we beat Wis-
consin, we should get it, and con-
sidering the caliber of teams we
faced, it will be one helluva an
accomplishment."
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WOLVERINE Bill Schuck suc- Daily Photo by DAVID MARGOLICK
cessfully defended himself from
this takedown attempt by Okla-
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wuin earlier this month. Michi-
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