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Wednesday, December 13, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, December 131 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Matmen face

By MIKE PRITULA
The Wolverine grapplers are
now off and running toward their
long range goal of an undefeated
season; a goal that coach Rick
Bay calls "realistic".
The matmen are proud posses-
sors of a perfect 2-0 record and
take to the mats against Penn
State tonight as they try to ex-
tend their winning streak. The
Nittany Lions have a winning
streak of their own which in-
cludes 38 straight dual meet wins
over the past four years. Last
year the Wolverines were victims
of the Big Green Machine when
they were downed by a 23-12
count.
Michigan's last undefeated sea-
son in wrestling was in 1966-67
when the team posted a 10-0 re-
cord overall and wound up third
in the nation.
What does it take to go unde-

feated? Coach Bay had this to
say: "If we stay away from
major injuries and really pick
ourselves up for the tough teams
like Penn State, Iowa, and Mich-
igan State, we should be able to
look realistically for that unde-
feated season."
Bay mentioned another thing
with regard to the perfect year;
consistency. s"We have to wrestle
well against all our opponents.
We almost lost to 0 h i o Univer-
sity last weekend when it should
not have been that close."
The team narrowly edged Ohio
U. by a score of 19-13, in what
can generally be described as a
disappointing performance in con-
trast to their earlier 32-3 maul-
ing of an outclassed Pitt team.
In the Ohio meet the squad was
saved by clutch one-point wins
from Dave Curby at 190 and
heavyweight Gary Ernst.

tough
Ironically, the meet against
Penn State tonight will most liko-
lv be decided by the last couple
of matches. However, the lighter
weights will feature a couple of
return matchups from last year.
At 118, soph Jim Brown will
be facing Penn State's Tom Tea-
..........: '": ",C'.. . ."i":i ir"rs'. . 4". v...
Xmas grappling
DECEMBER
13-PENN ST.-home
28-29-Midwest Open at
Evanston
JANUARY
6-at Ohio St.
garden, the same man who edged
him by a score of 4-3 last year.
In the 126 position, Bay has de-
cided to use freshman Rick Val-
ley. Valley, who is from Vir-
ginia, will be wrestling his first
varsity match. For the 142 slot,
Bay .will choose between sopho-
mores Rick Neff and Bill Schuck.
The big match 'of the day will
probably come at 158, where Wol-
verine captain Mitch Mendrygal
goes against Al Snellman. Men-

Health Service Notice
Our Infirmary service and
Night Emergency Clinic operations
are being suspended
from 5:00 p.m. Dec. 22 to
9:00a.m. Jan. 4
DURING THIS PERIOD
FOR SERVICE INFORMATION
Call 764-8320

Lions
drygal lost last year" to Snell-
man by a 12-7 decision.
John King will still be wrest-
ling for the injured Roger Ritz-
man at 167 while John Ryan will
be in his usual 177 position.
"We're going to have to win
four of the first six matches in
order to be in there at the end"
stated Bay, "But I suspect it
will all come down to Curby and
Ernst again".
Curby will face Dale Bald-
win who is a returning letter-
man for the Nittany Lions. Bald-
win defeated the Wolverines'
Therlon Harris 7-3 a year ago and
will give sophomore Curby all the
troible he can handle.',-
Ernst, at heavyweight, will be
tangling with a man that is af-
fectionately known as the "Nit-
tany Mountain" out East. Penn
State's Ira 'Lubert has never
been beaten in college and has
even slimmed down a bit this
year..He weighed 260 pounds last
yeaor when he drew.1-1 with Rick,
Bolhouse of Michigan. This year
he is weighing in around 210 lbs.
and should be as solid as ever.
"We have to wrestle damn well
to beat them" said- Bay. "But
we can't afford- a repeat per-
formance of that Ohio meet or
we'll get killed." -
The meet -against the Lions will
start at 7:30 tonight -at Crisler
Arena with a J.V. -match versus
Grand Rapids College starting at
5:30. Students will be admitted
on their I.D. cards at the ton-
nel entrance.
The wrestlers will be working
out for the, rest of the= week be-
fore leaving for the holidays. The
team will gather ir Evanston, Ill.
on Dec. 28, 29 for the Midwest
Open., This meet not only fea-
tures some of the _top collegiate
wrestlers, 'but -also older stars
who are out of college. Olympic
champion Dan Gable may be
wrestling at this meet.
'On Jan. 6 the grapplers begin
their quest for -the Big Ten tile
with an away meet at Columbus,
Ohio. Home of the, you guessed
it, Ohio State Buckeyes.
WHA Standings
East

Billboard
The Michigan freshman basket-
ball team will be in action tomor-
row night against the contingent
from Olivet. Game time is 8 p.m.
Prior to that game, the all-
campus IM championship game
will be held commencing at six.
Admission will be charged for
the game. Students get in Crisler
Arena for half a buck and general
admission is one dollar. Doors
open at six.
Reminder: Tonight's wrestling
meet is against Penn St. Those
wishing to attend this fine ex-
hibition of matdom must enter
beautiful Crisler Arena through
the tunnel entrance only. Any
other entrance is verboten!

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Quebec at New York
Winnipeg at Philadelphia
vew England at Chicago

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