Thursday, December 10, 1981
The Michigan Daily
GRAPPLERS COME FROM BEHIND FOR 19-17 WIN
'M' pins Penn State
By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
In a thrilling finale, Michigan senior
heavyweight Eric Klasson whipped Jim
Sleeper of Penn State in the final match
of last night's wrestling meet, collec-
ting six points to wrap up an exciting
come-from-behind victory over the Nit-
tany Lions, 19-17.
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Going into the final two matches of
the night, coach Dale Bahr's Wolverine
grapplers were trailing Penn State
(ranked ninth in the nation) by a score
of 17-10. "Experienced wrestlers make
a big difference," said Bahr. "Having
(Pat) McKay and (Eric) Klasson
coming last was a big advantage."
MCKAY, wrestling at 190 pounds,
made his first appearance since last
season. He clung to a 3-2 victory over
Penn State's Joel Johnson, however,
which brought the score to 17-13, the
Nittany Lions still ahead. "If Pat was in
any kind of decent shape, he would have
had no trouble at all tonight," commen-
As Michigan wrestling fans have
come to expect, sophomore All-
American Joe McFarland won the
opening match. McFarland earned a 4-1
decision over Penn State's Carl
Michigan then proceeded to lose the
next three matches, before senior John
Beljan, at 150 pounds, came through
with a much-needed Michigan victory.
Belgan stepped in for the injured Mark
Pearson, and despite the fact that he
was not in top shape, Beljan held on for
the key 5-3 victory. Last Week, Pearson
tore ligaments in his right thumb, and
will be lost to the team until January at
FOLLOWING halftime, senior Nemir
Nadhir (at 158 pounds) dominated Penn
State freshman Eric Brugel, winning
18-11. With Nadhir's win, the score was
deadlocked at 10-10.
Michigan freshman Scott
Rechsteiner (167) and Kevin Hill (177)
were beaten by experienced opponents.
Rechsteiner lost 4-1 to Penn State's cap-
tain John Hanrahan, who was 33-6 last
season. While Hill had a lot of trouble
wrestling at two weight classes above
his normal weight.
Junior Lou Milani, wrestling for the
first time in three weeks, started off in
impressive fashion. But as a result of
strained ligaments in his right knee
Milani grew weaker as the match
progressed. Wrestling at 142 pounds,
Milani lost by a score of 9-4.
Following Hill's match, the score
stood at 17-10 as the stage was set for
the heroics of McKay and Klasson.
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UCLA on. probation,
LOS ANGELES (AP) - UCLA of- f
ficials seemed in a resigned mood a
yesterday as they discussed for the first t
time the NCAA action barring the t
Bruins' talented basketball team from s
post-season college tournaments next
The NCAA, citing numerousc
violations, also slapped a two-yearr
probation on the UCLA basketballv
program Tuesday. They will be eligibles
or the 1983 NCAA tourney. The college 1975 undert
athletics governing body also ordered eligible for I
he university to return its second-place Invitational
rophy from the 1980 NCAA champion- There hi
ship. UCLA migh
"WE BELIEVE in the principles next March
governing the operation of inter- wiped out th
collegiate athletics and we deeply "It is a $2+
regret that UCLA has in any way
violated NCAA rules, however minor are unable
some violations may be," said Chan- nament,"
sellor Charles E. Young ata news con- Fischer sai
ference on campus. season com
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reached by the Committee on Infrac- "I DON'
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and hearing process was fair and the First-ye
penalties were reasonable seemed to a
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recur in the future." yesterday,'
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to qualify for the tour-
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petition for this school year,.
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the NCAA tournament.
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