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Wednesday, I ovember 24, 197

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HOPE FOR REVERSE OF LAST YEAR:
Inside Straightresers oes on returne
ndy Glazer By PATRICK RODE potential. We ought to be right grapplers. Johnson must get by more, returns at 126 pounds. Benschoter. Marsicano will al- prime contender f
and MARK WHITNEY up there at the top," Johanne- his old nemesis, Chris Campbell Godlow, the Big Ten champ so have to face defending Big ber one ranking.
The Michigan wrestling team sen said. 'f Iowa, who defeated him in last season, did not place in Ten champ Gary Sommer of
Blue nu ber o e? , enters its 1976-77 season Fri- The Wolverines' toughest com- both the Big Ten and NCAA fi- the NCAA tourney. Wisconsin. No points or p1
day, ranked among the top con- petition in the Big Ten comes, nals last season. ED NEISWENDER, a senior, JOHANNESEN reflected on kept this weekend
hel wv ll be needed ' tenders for the NCAA title. from Iowa, Minnesota and Wis- MARK CHURELLA, named"returns as the highest place- the team. "We're excited about nesen's Wolverines
S. . e peWe should be about fourth, -onsin, who finished first, sec- outstanding freshman last year winner in the Big Ten at 167 the progress of the team, we're excellent chance to
fifth at the lowest, in the na- and, and third in the confer- by the Amateur Wrestling News lbs In a regular season meet, in excellent physical condition." well they stack ui
BEFORE I MADE MY PARLEY BET on Michigan winning tion," Coach Bill Johannesen ence, respectively. Michigan is the highest returning place- last year, Neiswender tied the' The Wolverines meettheir e he the
national titles i football, basketball and hockey in the said, speaking of the upcoming followed in the fourth spot. winner in the country at 150 eventual national champ, Pat first challenge at the Southern least one of the
same year, I stopped to ponder Michigan's chances for the national polls. , The major source of Johan- lbs. Christenson of Wisconsin. Dpen in Chattanoga, Tenn. teams, and if theI
first thirst of my bet-football. We're fourth in the nation rnesen's optimism is the fact| He finished third in the NCAA The rest of the team, by Among the teams present will national prominent
Five teams have a reasonable shot at the title-Pittsburgh, in returning points, Johanne- that eight of the ten weight ' finals and second in the Big weight clases: be Oklahoma State, the current, true.
Michigan, USC Georgia and Maryland, in AP poll order. sen added, referring to the num- classes feature starters from Ten. The wrestlers that finished Todd Schneider, junior 118 lbs.
ber of points returning Wolver- last year's team. Many have ahead of him have all gradu- Schneider is wrestling in per-
Obviously Michigan can take care of USC by itself. A Wol- ine wrestlers earned, in last experience in national compe- ated, and Johannesen expects haps the toughest weight class
verine win knocks the Trojans from consideration. But, just year's national tournament. tition. him to go all the way. g het t
as obviously, the team to worry about is Pittsburgh. "THE TEAM is very enthusi- Wrestling at 177 lbs., senior Another outstanding perform- wrestlers in that class are back. ulB
The 10-0 Panthers lead Michigan by 122 points in the astic, they are aware of their captain Mark Johnson leads the er, Amos Goodlow, a sopho- Returning at 134 lbs. is Rich
AP poll. Their number one ranking isn't unanimous, be- Lubell, a junior. He has just'
cause the quality of their opponents has been questioned. RPI LOOMS AHEAD barely missed placing in the na-
The same questions apply to undefeated, fifth ranked Mary- tional tournament two years inefs
land.a row.
Th ameqetosapldoudfetd-it rne ay By United Press International
Pitt plays Penn Statetthis week and thenGeorgia in theB yUARL RIGGC another j-EE ol
P11111 Id rJ"C iorKRetuRS an2tlherijun- FRT EAECOND T
Sugar i PtBowl. Wins s oover eeitertwo utough opponents would give ior Seurn ate42 lb. Bigg's!Offense offens
it to Pitt, but a loss to either would ruin the Panthers' chances: .ah a tough time getting his WR-Scott Yelvington, WR-David Charles, R
unless each of the other four contending teams lose - possibletysTE-GENE JOHNSON,
but not likely (Notre Dame over USC, USC over Michigan, Penn By JOHN NIEMEYER inon-conference action, except-, finesse, than in the hard-check- ready to go this winter, ie was TE-Mike-BIDUFE ihIan state T-MIKE KENJy ma I
State over Pitt, Pitt over Georgia, SWC champ over Mary- Although overshadowed by the ing the Great Lakes Invitation- Iing WVCHA. 5- Bas ao frsman. .BL CDrUFEar, MIHIG sAN; G-Crnny ZFifni, P~i
Sfootball team's victory last al, at it travels to Troy, New In addition, the ice slab is man, also a junior, G- ar d, D OH State G-Connie ZelPnerik,
II Brd Holan, aso a niorG-MARK rsDONAHUE MICHIGteAN; Kevin PPanats,
land). weekend, the Michigan Hockey York to face Rensselaer Poly- smaller in the RPI arena which wrestles in a very tough class, Bill Lukens, Ohio State C-Alfred Pitts, Michi
But if Pitt does lose and Michigan does win, the Wolverines team pulled off a minor miracle technic Institute (RPI). could have some effect on 158 lbs. The top three finishers C-WALT DOWNING, MICHIGAN QH-Tony Dungy, Min
1nteBgTnae ak n. 3RIKLAH IHGA BJf oaPete
would get the title. Even though Georgia would have a reason- !itself by sweeping a series in RPI opened its season last Michigan's play. In the Big Ten are back, in- ROB LYTLE, MICHIGAN;BL Ohio State
able claim by having dethroned the Panthers, Michigan's wins Denver. weekend in Quebec City by de- The Renssalaer Engineers luding defending NCAA champ Scott Dierking, Purdue F1-Kirk Gibson, Mi
over Ohio State and USC, combined with the more national name, The miracle is not in being! feating Three Rivers. Farrell have faced Michigan three Lee Kemp of Wisconsin. FL-JIM SMITH, MICHIGAN PK-BOB WOOD, MI
would give a split vote to Michigan. able to beat a less-than awe- feels "they are a good skating times previously and have Senior Harold King returns at PK-Dan Beaver, Illinois
The same is true for Michigan vs. Maryland. Last year some Pioneer squad, but the club and very fast. They play split the series evenly, 1-1-1. 190 lbs. 'King has been plagued E-JOHN ANDERSON, MICHIGAN; E-Otto Smith, Michi
fact that they swept them in a different style of hockey than Last year they ended with a by injuries, but Johannesen Bob Bruzinski, Ohio state Blane Smith, Pu
12-0-0 Arizona State, conquerers of Nebraska in the Fiesta Denver, a feat never before ac- we do, though." record of 13-13-2 but were 4-1 feels that' he is now in the best T-GREG MORTON, MICHIGAN; _ T-Larry Bethea, Mic
Bothedstiond r, il-itOklahomai. i mplished in Wolverine hockey WITH EASTERN referees in non-conference action. physical condition in his life. MG-AronBrown, Ohio state M PEddie amNot
So the questions are, will Pitt lose and will Michigan win? history. calling the contest, Michigan's If the Wolverines hope to Mitch Marsicano, who was LB-CALVIN O'NEAL, MICHIGAN; LB-Ed Thompson, O1
The chances for a Pitt defeat are good.' The Panthers: THE DEKERS blew the Pio- biggest problem could be stay- maintain their number one na- red-shirted after an injury last Scott studwell, Illinois Tom Rusk, Iowa
haven't been in too many important games .in recent years, neers out in the first game 8-3, ing out of the penalty box. tional ranking they will have to year, will wrestle in the heavy- D-Ray Griffin, Ohio State; DB-JIM PICKENS, M
- Pete Shaw, Northwestern; JERRY ZUER,
and the one they were in, against Penn State last year, they but had to come from behind in Eastern hockey is a much less 'make an impressive showing weight class. Iowa sports two Paul Beery, Purdue; Jim Stauner, Illi
blew 7-6 while outplaying the Nittany Lions. the second game to win 7-5. The physical sport, the teams con- in their only eastern exposure All-Americans in this division George Adzik, Minnesota Tom Hanon, M
The importance of having been "there" before was em- twodwins uppeddMichigan'shre- centrating more on speed and this season.-as well, Ed Bowlsby and Doug z< ,QENWW Ef; _s; ". - , ro
phasized by Calvin O'Neal after Michigan's win over Ohio State. cord to 7-3 and moved them-
"Their quarterback (Jim Pacenta) has never played ace ihe H.on of first
in this game before," O'Neal reasoned. "You can't know Wisconsin, previously tied for
how hard it is to play quarterback in a big game - big the conference lead, split with
rivalry - for the first time." Michigan State in East Lansing.
The Panthers are better than Penn State but whether This allowed the Wolverines to Nancy Dickerson prom inent national
they can hold "up under the pressure on the road is another move into first place in bothNr
question. And even if they do win, they face a very, very good the coaches and media polls, as' correspondent, reports for Detroit Edison:
Georgia squad in the Sugar Bowl. well as the conference.
The Bulldogs' lone defeat came the week after their stun- Michigan coach DansFarrell,
ning 21-0 thrashing of arch-rival Alabama. Mississippi was in steelated with his team.d
tassaid We were very pleased "oe u le
th e rig h t p la c e t th e erig h t tim e . H istoric a lly , fo o tb a ll te a m s w ith th e w a y w e p la y e d in D en - "oebr i u n r b e t e w e f e i p e i , J s s e , s e p n , w i h i e vG r i e h h e t N t e D m n h n l s o N v n s a o i h g n t a. nr~n
are vulnerable the week after a big upset win. Just ask ver, sweening, which is veryvs n
Georgia Tech, who beat Notte Dame and then lost to Navy 'unusual for a Michigan team."
(Navy?) the next week. MICHIGAN goes into its only
Georgia will be ready, they'll fi-re they have a shot ;:.
at the Chbimnionship, and so even I T gets by Penn b Toc 20
State the thinking here is they can't hndle the Bulldogs.
Now ... can Michigan win? The Wolvr;-es mi&'t rut. even :i . :.:. .,..:':o a..-?.....
if they are the better team, which I think is the case. Py United Press Internationa srno
The visiting team to the Rose Bowl is alwavs at a dis- t sbur (21.) 10-1 369
advantage, esoeciallv if the home team is USC or UCLA, teams 3. MICHIGAN (7) 10-1 359
which don't have to break ro'itine. California's mltiole dis- '4 Georgia, 9-1 254
5. Maryland () 1-0 210
tractions - the same ones that will lire so many Michigan- 6. UCLA 9-1-1 167
ders to the 'Rose Bowl - make it difficult to concentrate on 7. Houston 7-2 133
S. Nebraska 7-2-1 79 oebri Eeg ot" AdPa Aedwe uig' htDtotEio
football. To extrapolate, just look at all the problems vastly 9. Ohio State .--1November is "Ener Month" And Plan Ahead when buying, Here's what Detroit Edison
superior teams have winning when they play at Hawaii. 10. Texas Tech 8-1 56 in Michigan. a new air conditioner. Make sure is doing:
Who could have imagined that Ohio State, gunning for a 1. Texas A&M 8- 41GovernorWilliam Milliken it's the right size (BTUs) with
unanimous national title last year against a team it had beat- 13. Oklahma 7-?-1 33 has officially dedicated an Energy Efficiency Rating of 8 a salvaging and recycling paper,
en 41-20 earlier in the same season (UCLA) wouli be beaten? 1 3.tie Oklahoma State 7-3 3 November to promoting energy or more (EER = BTUs/watts). wire, lines hardware, poles, street
Who could have inarlned that Stanford could topnle 16. Rutgers 10-0 7 conservation through increased Building a new home? Consider lightgequipment, transformers,
Michigan's 11-0 team In 1972? A Stanford team that had 1 Brigham Young 6 6 public awareness of energy installing a heat pump ..the capacitors... even oil, again
lost to San Jose State 19. Florida 7-3 5 problemsmost ffsavingmitedresources
And don't forget that USC can PASS. Ohio State may have 20. Penn State 7-3 4 Throughout "Energy Month"_heat , wryd mdfy._ __dover $8million in 1975
________ hruhot"EegyMnt"het co, filter, and dehumidify an}vr$ ilo n17
had a better aerial game with Pacenta in there,rbut only Ceveryone is encouraged to find electrically...delivering over * using compact service vehicles
relative to their pitiful passing game under Ron Gerald. Vice CrO E and share new ways to conserve 1% un~its of heatforveryooeefiingndeooia
Evans can toss the ball, and you can be sure that the Blue J C energy. uit of et it es.r for more efficient and economical
will not shut oit the Trojans.--- energy unit of electricity it uses. operation and gas mileage
wil no sht olt the Troans -NBA~ This is an important time.
It will probably be a very tight game. InI the wc-ke of tha: At N1,BufAloThsisan115tattie
marvelous shtot victory it's temting to predict a big win Kanas Cty 100.BN.al..Knacks 98 Many of the fuels used to supply As an energy supplier, * pioneering time-of-day rates and
Phildelhia116,Boson 02 ur eerg ar becmin scrceDetroit Edison is an active and remote-controlled air conditioning
for the Blue. But those passions will have cooled by January Philadelpha 116. Boston 102 our energy are becoming scarce mconcernedparticipantoin and water heating to save millions
I, and Michigan should find itself in a dogfight. o ngewles 17 Mildauete 14 an epesvemtnerneds prian *ordwtr etn osaem in
NHL So energy conservation Americas crusade for of investment dollars and reduce
It might even come down to a field goal. Shiverrrr Montreal 5, N. Y. Islanders 1 directly concerns us all ... during conservation. energy consumption and waste
"Energy Month" and every So, even though the people
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