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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 14,,19 M

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILYI WedInesday, January 1.4,.I.119 1 .M. p

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IOWA, WISCONSIN LEAD PACK:
By RICK BONINO stake. But our eventual goal is pears to havel
to win the Big Ten, and the and consistency
In college wrestling, he who Nationals if we can." meet success an
laughs last indeed laughs best. Ntoasi ecn etscesa
W h i l e Michigan wrestling! For example, last year's Pur- ing individuals
coach Bill Johannesen and his due squad, possessing only a the big tournam
e amryri t befew outstanding grapplers in The d e f e ni
prou ofther 62 dal eetJoe Corso, Alan Housner and champion low~
showing so far, they realize that Bernie Barrile, s t r u g g 1 e d ranked first it
those numbers will mean noth- through a dismal dual meet again this yea
ing when it comes time to deter- seaeson and a mediocr sixth- stocked for bot
mine conference and national place Big Ten showing. tion.
rankings in tounrament action. However,, all three Boiler- While the Hav
"The only purpose of dual maker stars placed. well in the tional championI
meets is to prepare for the NCAA tournament, bringing the rest of their
tournaments," Johannesen their team a ninth-place national comes back for
said. "The dual meet record finish. returnees includ
means something-pride is at I This year's Big Ten elite ap- tional champ, 150

et Big

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both the depth
needed for dunl
ad the outstand-'
who can grab
ent points.
d i n g national
va Hawkeyes,
n the country
r, stand well-
h types of ac-
wkeyes lost na-
Dan Holm (158),
starting lineup
more fun. The
de another na-
)-pounder Chuck

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Yagla, and two national runers-
up, Chris Campbell at 177 and
Greg Stevens at 190.
Add heavyweight John Bowls-
by, 142-pounder Brad Smith and
126pounderyTim Cysewski and
the Hawkeyes look formidable.
Most observers think the Wis-
consin Badgers have the best
chance of dethroning the reign-
ing champs. After stumbling to
a sixth-place national finish last
year, the Badgers are ranked
third this year with eight re-
turning starters.
Wisconsin features its own
national runner-up, 150-pounder
Lee Kemp. Jim Haines at 118,
Midland's champ Jack Reinwand
at 126, Craig Horiswiull at 134
and 167-pounder Pat Christenson
have all given Michigan wr'est-
lers a hard time in the past.
While the Hawkeyes and
Badgers receive most of the
attention, Johannesen isn't
counting his seventh-ranked
crew out of the running.
"If Iowa and Wisconsin butt
heads and.knock each other off,.
and if we can do some knocking
off of -our own, we could finish

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th in the' Big Ten last year, !
appeared ready to break into the
list ofconferencedfront-runners
until they lost defending con-
ference and Midland's champion1
Larry Zilverberg (158) to a
practice injury.!
The Zilverberg-less Gophers
were thrashed by Wisconsin 12-
9, in a dual meet last w.ekend,
but still have some capable
performers who could bring
tournament success.
Mike MacArthur finished
second to graduated Michigan
star Jim Brown at 118 in the
conference tourney last sea-
son and stands as the Big Ten
favorite at the weight this
year.
Minnesota's effort will also be
bolsteredt by the return of 190-
pounder Evan Johnson. Johnson
placed second in the Big Ten
behind former Wolverine Dave
Curby two years ago but sat
out last season with ailments.
The rest of the conference
race looks to be a scramble,
though Johannesen cited a great-
ly-improved Indiana squad as
ready to move into the Big
Ten's first division.
The Hoosiers return a confer-
ence champ, Sam Koman (134),
who defeated departed Wolver-
ine Brad McCrory for the honors

ahead of them," Johannesen last season. While stroig at the
said. lover weights, Indiana may
The'Minnesota Gophers, seven- have trouble with *he big troys,

according to Johannes n.
Our old intrastate friends,
the. MSU Spartans, have fallen
from last year's third-place
conference grace. Still, the
spotty Spartans sport some
tournament possibilities.
Once again, the premier pas-
turizer should be defending ra-
tional runner-up Pat Milkovich.
Other Spartan hopefuls include
177-pounder Jeff Hersha, fresh-
man 190-pounder Shawn Wit-
comb and the Rodriguez broth-
ers, Dave and Steve; at 142 and
150 respectively.
Northwestern's Wildcats, who
dropped a 23-14 dual meet de-
cision to Michigan last weekend,
' could also prove tough.
Outstanding Wildcats include
Pete Dombrowski at the middle
weights, 142-pounder Alex Ric-
cominni and 190-pounder Al Mar-
zano. Riccominni decisioned
Michigan's Karl Briggs,, 9-1,
last weekend while Marzano
pinned Harold King.
The other conference chal-
lengers should remain medio-
cre in duals and will rely on a
few key names for any tourna-
ment respectability.
Illinois' Fighting Illini, an-
other team Johannesen singled
out as improved, will rely main-
ly on their lighter wrestlers like
118-pounder Gary Matlock. Only
heavyweight Kevin Pancrantz,
who also performs at piard for
the Illini gridders, looks strong
at the heigher weights.
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