Tuesday, December 2, 1975 .
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Pob Nine 1
Tuesday, December 2, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
OPEN SEASON TONIGHT
By KATHY HENNEGHAN they don't force and so fortn.
With two new starters in the They really do things very
lineup, the Michigan basketball we11.
team opens the season against PROBABLE starters for Van-
a veteran Vanderbilt club at derbilt are John Snead (6-9) at
Crisler Arena tonight. the pivot, Mike Moore (6-) at
Michigan fans will have a forward, andkthe "F Troop"
chance to see if Johnny Orr's consisting of Jeff Fosnes (6-6)
cagers can live up to pre- at the other forward spot, and
season poll predictions: UPI Butch Feher (6-5) and Joe Ford
ranks the Wolverines 15th, (6-3) at the guard positions.
Sports Illustrated picks them All but freshman Snead aver-
13th, and most other major polls aged in double figures last sea-
place the Wolverines somewhere' son, and the four also hit double
in the top twenty in the nation. figures in Vanderbilt's season
Orr's starting lineup for to- opener at Iowa State Saturday
night consists of 'three returning night, a contest the Commo-
veterans, a junior college trans- dores won handily, 105-80.
fer, and a freshman. "We played real well," said
Skinner. "I don't know if the
SENIOR CAPTAIN Wayman outcome was do to our playing
Britt (6-2) and John Robinson that well, or to Iowa State play-
(6-6) man the forward spots. ing real bad, though."
Steve Grote (6-2) and JC trans- "Our shooting is a strength,','
fer Rickey Green (6-2) start at said Skinner. "We shot over
the guard positions. Starting at fifty per cent from the field last
center is freshman Phil Hub- year. Experience is another
bard (6-7), an All-American strength."
f r o m Canton-McKinley High
School. FACING such an experienced
One substitute who could see and balanced scoring attack,
early action for Michigan is the young Michigan squad is
forward Joel Thompson (6-8). bound to have its hands full.
Both David Baxter (6-2) and "We've really got to play
freshman Tom Staton (6-3) have tough defense," Frieder empha-
been playing well at guard, ac- sized. "We're going to press
cording to Michigan assistant them all over the court f:om the
coach Bill Frieder. start so that they can't get into
In contrast to Michigan's rela- their patterns.
tive inexperience, Vanderbilt "Our defense is geig bet-
returns ten of eleven lettermen ter," continued Frieder. 'We
from last year's 15-11 squad. had our best scrimmage so far
Coach Roy Skinner's Commo- last Saturday. But tne timing
dores averaged 84 points a game and the smoothness still have
last year, and 82 of those points a ways to go. We have to elim-
return. mate our foolish fouls . . they
"Vanderbilt is a very poised, are the leading free throw team
disciplined club," said Frieder. in the nation."
"They've played together a long
time. They know the difference VANDERBILT plays bascally
between a good and a bad shot, a sagging man-to-man defense.
By RICK BONINO ing back for the pin against
Sometimes you don't mind last year's third-best confer-
being the "fall guy." ence 150 - pounder while
Michigan freshman grappler trailing, 3-2, in the second
Mark Churella took another period.
step toward becoming coach Bill I "You can't say enough about
Johannesen's "fall guy" as his Churella's pin," Johannesen
third straight pin in four col- said. "He knew right where he
legiate matches, last night, pac- was all the time."
ed the Wolverines to a 27-12 vic- Following an impressive win,
tory over Michigan State in by sophomore Brad Holman,
their home and conference op- , lankv Ed Neiswander easily
ener. ; handled MSU's Mike Ley for
"It was a team effort," Chur- a superior decision and four
ella said. "There wasn't one in- more team points. Neiswender,
dividual match which won it." recovering from illness, was
While his teammates admit- wrestling his first bout of the
tedly deserve much of the I season.
credit, Churella's pin over Johnson matched Neiswend-
senior MSU captain Steve er's performance, overcoming a
Rodriguez moved Michigan hand injury to record a late
into a lead it never relin- three-point near fall, good for
quished before over 1500 vo- 1 another sperior.
cal fans. Harold King mathematically.
Ed Neiswander and Mark!clinced the win with a 14-11
Johnson posted back-to-back su- come - from - behind win over
perior decisions following theh ohly - touted MSU freshman
Shawn Whitcomb. King plled
Recruit announced off a takedown and a near fall
at the end of the match to edge
Michigan football coach Bo last year's Class A state high
Schembechler signed running schol hevvweight chamn.
back Rom Simpkins of De- The Wolverines next hit the
troit Western High School to mt Fridav night at Criser
a Big Ten letter of intent, I ainst non-conference foe Ohio
Schembechler announced last University.
Skinner anticipated problems has been that the refs aren't as
handling Michigan's 4uikne:ss. strict, they don't call the games
"They're speed demons," said as close as they do in the
the Commodore coach. " Iichi- Southeastern Conference.
gan has an awful lot of quick- "That could be a real handi-
ness. We'll have a height ad- cap for us," said the Vander-
vantage, but I don't know wheth- bilt coach. "We're not a physical
er we'll be able to zapitalize on team at all."
it or not. We're not as strong A crowd of around 7300 is ex-
physically as a lot of teams, pected for tonight's game. Stu-
and we're not as good a re- dent season tickets are still
bounding team as we need to available through today at the
be." Ticket Department on the cor-
Skinner cited the officiating as ner of State and Hoover Streets.
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game's outcome. "My experi- $14, while individual game tick-
ence in the Big Ten ;n the past I ets are $1.50.
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e and Blue this year.
150-pounder's fall to seal the
Wolverines' revenge win overI
MSU barely edged Michigan
for third place in the Big Ten
tournament last season.
The Wolverines, now 4-0 in
dual competition, started the
night out slowly, with MSU
taking a 10-S lead after four
matches. The lone Michigan
win came when freshman 134-
pounder Amos Goodlow took a
one-point decision over talent-
ed Spartan sophomore Dennis
Brighton with a last - minute
escane and takedown.
The Wolverines, losing Rich
Lu bell to a stretched ankle ten-
don, got a minor lift when in-
experienced . Lance Driskell
wrestled a gutty match against
two-time' national champ Pat
Milkovich and avoided a sup-
posedly - inevitable pin.
Michignn prospects looked
bleak a ain when sonhomore
Karl Bri,s. whom Joharnnesen
said looked "slow and lethar-
gic." dronned his match to MSU
freshman TDave P.odriguez.
Then Chnrella handed the
Wolverines six points, com-
118-Greeflavnes (M) drew Randy
Millpr (MSU). 6-6.
126-Amos Goodlow (M) dec. Den-
nis Rriehton (MSU), 10-9.
134-Pat Milkovich (MSU) maj.
sup. dec. Lance Driskenl (M), 16-1.
142-Dave Rodriguez (MSU) dec.
Karl Briggs (M), 9-4.
150-Mark Churella (M) pinned
Steve Rodrignez (MSU). 3:22.
158-Brad Holnan (M) dec. Doug
Siegert (MSU), 8-3.
167-Ed Neiswender (M) sup. dec.
Mike Lev (MSU), 14-3.
171-Mark Johnson (M) sup. dec.
Jeff Hersha (MSU), 15-4.
190-Harold King (M) dec. Shawn
Whitcomb (MSUJ), 14-11.
Hwt.-Mike WcDowell (M) drew
Dan Evans (MSU), 1-1.
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