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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, Novemterr 3U, 1976

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Vuesday, November iU, 1976

Grapplers
By PATRICK RODE sets its sights on Michigan State
The Michigan wrestling team tonite where they open their
- - -

successful

in

tourney

7HAPPENINGS
763-1107

AVANT-GARDE FILM
LECTURE SERIES
P. ADAMS SITNEY, prominent theoretician of avant-
garde films will screen Stan Brakhage's "SINCERITY"
and lecture on "Autobiography Essence of Cinema:
Recent Trends'in Avant-Garde Film," Wednesday, Dec.
8 at 7:00 p.m. in Nat. Sci. Aud.
ECLIPSE JAZZ
RAHSSAN ROLAND KIRK, one of the miracles of the
tenoRsaxophone (as he good-naturedly describ6s him-
self) will appear in concert Sunday, December 5, 1976
at the Michigan Union Ballroom on the University of
Michigan Campus in Ann Arbor. Two Shows: 7:30 &
10:00 p.m. Tickets now on sale at the Michigan Union
Box Office, Schoolkids Records, Ann Arbor Discount
Records. For further information contact Eclipse Jazz,
(313) 763-1107.
UAC Mediatrics Presents ...
ALICE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3 and 4 at 7:00 and 9:30
in the Nat. Sci. Auditorium. Admission $1.25.
CHRISTMAS ART FAIR
Sunday, Dec. 5, 10:00 o.m.-10 p.m., at the U-M Coli-
seum in Ann Arbor (Fifth Ave. at Hill St.). Sponsored
by the University of Michigan Artists & Craftsmen
Guild. An All Time First:
HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS
WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
Ann Arbor's most creative contribution to theater this
year; male/female roles have been reversed. Perform-
ances are Dec. 9-11 at Lydia Mendelssohn. Creativity
breeds ticket sales, so get your tickets soon at UAC
Ticket Central, Michigan Union.
CUBA-A REPORT ON
THE REVOLUTION
With LOURDES CASAL, Cuban-born author, critic, and
social psychologist at 'Rutgers University, who has been
three times to revolutionary Cuba. Thursday, Dec. 2,
8:30 p.m. Songs, music and discussion. Also featuring
Bernardo Palombo, Argentine composer and singer. At
The Ark, 1421 Hill St. Pot luck Dinner. For more
information, call George, 995-0627.
UAC TRAVEL
UAC XMAS CHARTERS to New York: $90; Newark:
$90; Boston: $100; Philadelphia: $95; Los Angeles:
$225; San Froraicisco: $225. DEADLINE for sign-ups:
until Dec. 1.
UAC T-SH IRTS
The ones "Bernie" wears .. . $3.75 at Michigan Union
Box Office.
THE PRINT SHOP
The Print Shop will make high-quality posters for you at
low, low prices! $18 for 30 posters on heavy weight,
colored paper, 500 mimeographed copies for $8.97.
Call 763-1107 or Andy at 994-6418.

1976-77 Big Ten schedule. Fresh
from an impressive perform-
ance at the Southern Open in
Chattanooga last weekend, the
Wolverines enter today's meet
with what coach Billy Johan-
nesen terms "cautious opti-
mism."
While the Spartans are un-
dergoing a rebuilding year, Jo-
hannesen admits "anything can
happen up there."
"MSU is always tough to
wrestle, Johannesen said. "They"
do have a small arena and with
2,000 people crowding the mat
it's like Daniel returning to the
Lion's Den."
ALTHOUGH NO TEAM re-]
cords were kept, the Wolverines?
came away from the Southern'
Open with two individual cham-
pions, two seconds, and three;
thirds.
Mark Ohurella, wrestling at'
sId

150 pounds, took first in that Cary Korth 5:52 into the match. "We could've done better if
category and was named Out- Ed Neiswender wrestled his the officiating had been more
standing Wrestler of the Tour- way to second place in the 167 knowledgeable," Johannesen re-
nament. His pin of Alabama's pound category. He lost in the marked.
Larry Tuscik, 47 seconds into finals to Joe Carr from Ken- He also pointed to matches
the final match, sealed his vic- tucky. Ahead 2-1 with 10 sec- featuring 126 pounder Amos
tory. onds of the match remaining, Goodlow and Rich Lubell at 134.
Churella also pinned Doug Neiswender suffered a take Goodlow suffered a neck in-
Thompson of Oklahoma State down and was defeated 3-2. jiry and lost to Billy Martin
and Dean Waldrop of Oakland Heavyweight Mitch Marsicano of Oklahoma St. 4-3 in a match
University. He gained decisions also placed second, losing by a Johannesen felt he should have
over Tim Napier of Southern fall to Kentucky's Harold Smith won. Goodlow will wrestle to-
Illinois - Edwardsville a n d at 5:50. Marsicano decisioned night however.
Charles Shelton of Oklahoma Karl Dambman in the semi-; h
State by the scores of 21-2 and finals. Dambman placed ahead ON HIS WAY to a fourth
11-6 respectively. of Marsicano in the Olympic place finish, Rich Lubell also
TEAM CAPTAIN Mark John- tryouts this past summer. suffered a controversial. defeat,
son took top honors in the 177 BRAD HOLMAN at 158, Karl losing to Leroy Smith of Okla
lb. category with a 5-2 finals Briggs at 142, and Harold King, homa St. in overtime, 5-5, 3-0.
victory over Darryl Monasmith. 109, each finished with third Todd Schneider wrestling at
He also defeated Barney Bar- place tallies. Holman lost only 118 also was injured and will
nett of Southern Louisiana 13-0 one match to Ethan Reeve not see action tonight. Dave
and decisioned Tim Worsowitz from Tennessee, a match which Cartier a Michigan High School
of Florida, 3-2. Coach Johannesen referred to trAll-American who wrestled at F
Johnson pinned Kentucky's as "highly controversial." 126, defeated two-time NCAA u
champion Randy Batten, 5-3, J
'yfrom Tennessee - Chattanooga. w

Former Baltimore Oriole Reggie Jackson truies on his new
niform -- the famed pinstripes of the New York Yankees.
ackson signed a five-year, three million dollar contract
Nith the Yanks yesterday.

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mlue icers split RPT serl,-is;
Kawa and Wheeler top scorers
By ERROL SHIFMAN that it was a non-conference ductive weekiand," Farrell ex-
The Michigan hockey team series. plained,
traveled to Renssalaer Poly- The icers split the series, In the first game, Michigan
technic Institute over the winning the opener 7-4 while fought off a 3-0 deficit for the
Thanksgiving weekend. The on- dropping the finale 8-7 after victory. Bill Wheeler chipned
ly thanks that coach Dan Far- leading 5-. in two goals toward the Blue
rellI could give however, was I "It wasn't a particularly pro- triumph.
! ----__ -- --__-.--- -.- - - The second game of the ser-
E m mies started out arout and turned
into a nightmare. In what could
he termed the "Ben Kawa
show," the Wolverines sped out
1to a5-1 lead.
With Kawa leading the attack
and winding up the game with
for goals, Michigan had con-
trol of the game up till the
seventeen minute mark of the
3 second Teriod. Then the ,ice
arowid the Wolverines began to
VI crack.
BK4 RPIproceeded to score two
goals in the last two and a half
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heading into the third period.
Art & Architecture Picture Books The Engineers outscored and
outnlayed. Michigan in the last
Cookbooks Craft Books period for the victory.
The Wolverines had diffl-
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ties.
Plus Many More "They don't let you h1it, they
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$. $8-$9.98 ina," said Farrell.
* . Michigan now owns an 8-4 re-
cord on the season and are 7-3
in the WCHA. Michigan boasts
a 5-3 road record which most
college teams dream of.
The next seven of eight games
E will be played in friendly Yost
D Ice Arena. Coach Farrell feels
that Michigan should have an
excellent opportunity to jump
out in front of the conference.
"I'd like to see us get into
some close games. Those
readly show you what you're
F, *r "c of and what you can
Michigan's next opnonent is
Minnesota - Duluth this week-
end here in Ann Arbor.
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