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Page 10-Tuesday, December 6, 1977-The Michigan Daily
CHURELLA CAPTURES HONOR:
Grapplers pinned at Lehigh meet

By BOB WARREN
The Michigan wrestling team, held
together with thread, bandages and
heart struggled through a very rough
weekend in Pennsylvania last week-
end. After a 31-10 loss to Lehigh on
Thursday evening, the grapplers
finished seventh out of nine teams at
the Penn State Invitational tourna-
ment.
The Lehigh dual meet could have
been closer than the score shows.
Seniors Mark Churella and Karl
Briggs won their matches with
superior decisions. Injured Todd
Schneider came very close to win-
ning his match.'
"Schneider got screwed out of at
least six points from what we could
tell," screamed Michigan coach Bill
Johannesen. "After the first hold of
the match he was hurt and had to use
all but one second of his allotted
injury time. He fought back to within
472 and should have gotten some
points on a reversal."

"SCHNEIDER SHOWED a lot of
heart as did the others who
wrestled," Johannesen added. "We
were impressed with the style of our
younger wrestlers," commented as-
sistant coach Cal Jenkins. "(Steve)
Frazier, (Bill) Petoskey and (Bill)
Konovsky looked good this week-
end."
After Lehigh, Michigan had to pull
itself together for a two-day tourna-
ment at Penn State. Lehigh won this
meet also with a 1101/2-107% margin
over Penn State. The meet was

decided by the last match.
Michigan, which finished with 59/4
points, did have one highlight from
the tournament. NCAA champion
Mark Churella won his final match,
22-2, to win his weight class, the
outstanding wrestler award and a
$300 watch, which he gave to his
father-in-law.
JOHANNESEN HAD some choice
comments about the officiating this
weekend. "The refereeing stunk. The
same guy officiated at both meets
and used two different rulebooks.

Schneider gets hurt with an obvious
illegal hold at Lehigh, but this guy
lets it go. At Penn State, Churella
uses the same hold and has to break
'it. What gives?"
What gives, is that Michigan got
through a rough weekend at an
unfortunate time. Michigan hosts
California Polytech before the se-
mester break before it can rest up
and recuperate.
"If we had our starters this
weekend we could have won at
Lehigh, and maybe even at Penn
State."

Icers, cagers
climb in p oils
From Wire Service Reports
.The Michigan hockey team, on the strength of a sweep over Wisconsin,
jumped from fourth to a tie for second in the WMPL radio station- poll
of coaches. Meanwhile the Michigan basketball team moved from 13th to
ninth in the AP top twenty.

..,

1. Denver (10)
2. MICHIGAN
Tie Boston U.
4. Wisconsin
5. Bowling Green
8. Minnesota
7. Clarkson
8. St. Louis
9. Boston College
10. Brown

11-1
11-3
4-~0
9-4-1
9-4
7-5
5-4
7-4-1
4-1
3-1

points
100
83
70
41
34
28
27
19
15

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By TOM STEPHENS
The Wolverine swim team opened
its season last weekend with a pair of
meets in Toronto. The tankers start-
ed off Friday with a 67-30 victory
over the University of Toronto and
competed Saturday and Sunday in
the Olympia Club of Etobicoke
(OCOE) meet against club teams
from all over Canada.
Swimming coach Gus Stager was
mildly disappointed by the results of
the first meet, despite Michigan's
fairly easy victory.

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"I think we found ourselves in a
situation where we wanted 'honest
performances'," said Stager, "but
some of the swims were really not
that good." He attributed most of the
poor performances to the long trip
and the lack of a really strong
opponent.
Mic , igan's only double winner
Frida was Fernando Canales in the
200- a d 500-yard freestyle.
Ca Iles led a corps of Michigan
freestylers who dominated the meet,
winning at every distance and plac-
ing 1-2 in the 50-, 200- and 500-meter
events.
Other winners were Tom Pederson
in the 50 free, Bob Murray in the 100,
and John Slykhouse in the 1000. Larry
Schroeder, Murray, and Slyckhouse
placed second in the 50-, 200- and
500-meter events respectively.
Michigan had winners in the other
strokes as well. Kevin Morgan in the
individual medley, a 1-2 finish by
Paul Griffith and Bill Mills in the
200-butterfly, and a victory in the
freestyle relay by the team of
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Canales - Murray - Griffith - Slyk-
house rounded out the winners for
Friday.
At the OCOE Invitational it was a
different story. The Wolverines' only
winner was Canales in the 100 free.
Although the team results weren't
obtained, Stager called it a "great
meet" and described the Canadian
club teams there as providing "very,
very fine competition."
The tankers' next meet is this
Friday at 7:30 p.m. with Oakland
University at Matt Mann pool.

First place in parentheses.
Denver's easy 1-3, 8-3 victories
last weekend over North Dakota
helped the No. 1. team hold onto
its ratings in the sixth week of the
poll. The coaches gave Denver all
10 first place votes and 100 points.
Michigan took over second
place on the strength of its im-
pressive 11-3, 7-3 wins over
defending NCAA champion
Wisconsin. The coaches gave the
Wolverines 83 points to put them
in a tie with Boston University for
second place.
Minnesota, Boston College and
Brown showed up in the poll for
the first time this week.

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1. Kentucky (23)
2. North Carolina (16)
3. Notre Dame (2)
4. Marquette (1)
5. UCLA (1)
6. Arkansas
7. Cincinnati
8. San Francisco
9. MICHIGAN
10. Nevada-Las vegas
11. Indiana State
Tie Dailey Libels
12. Maryland
13. St. John's
14. Utah
15. Holy Cross
16. Louisville
17. Detroit
18. Syracuse
19. Kansas
20. Providence
Games through Sunday.
First place votes in

parentheses.

ecord
1-0
4-0
4-0
4-0
3-0
2-1
3-0
3-0
3-0
3-0
4-0
4-0
2-0
2-0
1-1
2-0
4-1
3-0
3-0

The Kentucky basketball team
took last week off and the hiatus
didn't hurt one bit. The Wildcats
strengthened their hold on first
place in the poll.

Points
752
651
508
439
395
273
209
208
205
161
161
159
140
135
110
93
71
64
44
37

PART OF SIX-MAN DEAL:
Bonds swapped to White Sox

By The Associated Press
HONOLULU - The Chicago White
Sox acquired slugger Bobby Bonds
from the California Angels yesterday in
a six-player trade at baseball's winter
meetings.
Moving to the White Sox along with
Bonds are two young players, outfielder
Thad Bosley and pitcher Dick Botson.
In exchange, the Angels acquired cat-
cher Brian Downing and pitchers Chris
Knapp and Dave Frost.
BONDS, 31, batted .264 with 37home
runs, 115 runs batted in and 41 stolen
bases last season. He had declared his

i i.

Downing batted .284 in 69 games with
the White Sox,_ sharing the catching
duties with Jim Essian. Knapp, 24, was
12-7 with a 4.81 earned run average in
his first full major league season.
MEANWHILE, the Houston Astros
sent former Detroit Tiger outfielder

Leon Roberts to the Seattle Mariners
for infielder Jimmy Sexton.
Roberts came to the Astros in the
trade that sent Milt May and Dave
Roberts to the Tigers. (Leon) Roberts
began his career with the Tigers in 1975
by hitting safely in 17 consecutive
games.

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intention to become a free agent at the
conclusion of the 1978 baseball season
and that was one reason the Angles
were ready to, trade him.
T The White Sox made similar deals
last season when they acquired
995-5955 sluggers Richie Zisk and Oscar Gam-
-ble, both of whom were unsigned :and
left Chicago as free agents at the con-
clusion of the season. Zisk subsequently
signed with Texas and Gamble with San
Diego.
The Angles signed their own high-
priced free agent last month, acquiring
Lyman Bostock, and that made Bonds
expendable.

Calling all CLUBS
By GUNNAR E. BERG
SKI RACING
The Michigan ski team opens its 1977-78 season with its only meet this
semester at Crystal Mt., Thompsonville, Mi., on Dec. 17.
Organized by senior co-captain Sandy Bacsanyi and Mac Jacob, the ski
team will race slalom and, giant slalom. They are also organizing a cross-
country ski team.
A large fund raising event for the skiers will occur Dec. 9-12 when the ski
team organizes the 8th annual Ski Swap.
On Dec. 9, from 4-10 p.m.,, hundreds of people from Ann Arbor and the
surrounding community gather at the Coliseum with ski clothing, and all
kinds of ski equipment.
On Dec. 10 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., all buyers will have a chance to
choose from a large selection of goods. Part of the proceeds go to the ski
team.
CO-REC VOLLEYBALL
Steve Makowski and the men's volleyball club organized a 16-team co-rec
volleyball tourney held Dec. 3. The Midwestern Volleyball team from South
Bend, Ind., won the A division while Short Stuff of Ann Arbor, composed of
men and women from Michigan club teams, won the B.
In the A division, The Court Jesters from Brighton was second while
another Michigan team, Set City, tied for third.
The team has one meet left this semester at Toledo, Dec. 10, and will
unwind into a full schedule of meets next semester, including the Cereal City
meet in Battle Creek.

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