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Klasson,

the cellist,

MEN, WOMEN SHARI

leads grappling squad.
By RANDY BERGER "He has the highest potential to be a
Iowa and Iowa State are well known national champion on our team."
Ior arn Iowatatea restllrsknowry Klasson, however, is not obsessed.
for turning out great wrestlers every with winning a national title.
year, but one state resident they let get "I JUST WANT to develop myself to
away was Michigan heavyweight Eric my best potential. Whether I win a Big
Kiasson. How the two schools let him Ten championship or a national title is
slip away is a mystery. In his first not as important to me. One can be suc-
season last year, Klasson was Bi Ten cessful without winning a champion-
Champion-and was named to the ship," he said.
Freshman All-American team. The problem Klasson has had this
Although only a junior, lie was picked year is wrestling against bigger op-
by his teammates to be co-captain of ponents.
this year's team.pnnt.
The reason why Klasson chose "He lost to a Michigan State wrestler
Thegasobabwyybelasso he n who was 6-9 and weighed 320 pounds,"
Msichigan is probably because he is in- said'Bahr. "He has to learn to wrestle "
terested in many other things besides guys bigger but he has no problem with fer
wirestling, epehs w ie"coae
"AT IOWA they have two practices a people his own size." jus
lay, which prevents the wrestlers from ANOTHER PROBLEM Klasson has jus
studying," said Klasson. "Here there is had at Michigan is not getting enough that
not such a burden. I have time to attention. P
study." "We may not get enough attention w
.Klasson, an Economics major, plans from a wrestler's point of view, but will
o 'go to graduate school and hopes to there is little to expect," Klasson said.Sat
work for his father as a managerial "Since people are here to study, they Stat
:onsultant. don't have enough time to sit three St
Along with being a good student, hours and watch a wrestling match. In ch
Mlasson is also a talented musician who my high school we got 2,000 people at m.
plays cello, piano and banjo. our inter-city meet, but here we usually s
"n willbe playing cello in a chamber just get a crowd of 200 people, so it's plac
ensemble next semester, but I don't pretty depressing." pa
lave time to be in an orchestra," However, Klasson w uld not trade who
lasson said. Michigan for another school. U-

Blue hosts t

Kasson

... multi-talented matman
MICHIGAN HAS much more to of-
than Iowa or Iowa State. The
ches are just as good here so it is
tas easy to be a contender."
here is no doubt in anyone's mind
t Eric Klasson is a contender.
INNING IT DOWN: The wrestlers
have their first home match tonight
7:30 against ninth-ranked Clarion
te. Both teams competed in the Penn
te Invitational last week but they did
face each other in a team mat-
. John Beljan (158 pounds) will
s the match with an injured knee
e may need surgery. Taking his
ce will be freshman Steve Pierce,
se record is 5-3. . . Pat McKay,
has been out for the last week, will
rrestling at 190.

By LARRY MISHKIN
If you've always wanted to see a
gymnastics meet but never had the
chance - or if you just never made an
effort to see one - take notice of the
following: This weekend in Crisler
Arena there will be an opportunity to
see an outstanding display of gym-
nastics that is worth making the effort
to go see.
The first Wolverine Invitational
gymnastics meet, which will include
four men's and four women's teams,
will take place tomorrow with the team
competition scheduled for noon and the
individual finals slated to start at 7:30
p.m.
PENN STATE, Indiana State,
Michigan State, and Michigan will
provide the men's competition, while
defending Big Ten champion Michigan
State, Indiana, Chicago Circle, and
Michigan will present the women's por-
tion of the action.
Michigan coach Newt Loken said that
the level of competition will be very
high and should make for a good tour-
nament.
"All three teams that we'll be facing
are top-rated quality teams," Loken
said. "Penn State is a real powerhouse
and should provide the stiffest com-
petition. However, we barely edged out
Indiana State at the Buckeye In-

vitational and Mi
tough. There wil
the top spot."
The Wolverin
hampered in th
they will be with
performer Mikel
bones in his ha
meet with Iowa1
pected to be out L
months.
LOKEN CAL
McKee very un
would be a hard
performs in thre
cises, vaulting, a
McNelis will fil

The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 12, 1980-Page 21.
E CRISLER SPOTLIGHT
op tumblers
ichigan State is always floor exercises and McNelis or Rick
1 be a real dogfight for Kaufmann will replace McKee in the
vaulting.
ne gymnasts will be Despite the injury, the team is
eir efforts, though, as looking for a strong showing in the
out the services of star tournament to make up for their weak
McKee, who broke two performance against Iowa.
nd in the team's dual "The team is very anxious to bounce
last weekend and is ex- back after last week," said Loken.
for at least the next two "They know that they can be better and
the team's objective right now is to
LED the injury to show constant improvement with each
fortunate and said he meet. We would like very much to end
i man to replace as he up 1980 with a good performance as af-
ee areas - floor exer- ter this meet, everything that we do in
nd parallel bars. Mike 1981 starts to count in the national stan-
J in for McKee in the dings."

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HOWEVER, wrestling is his bigg
strength: With a record of 10-2 Klas
&has already beaten the first and th
seeds in the counrty, and could well
on his way to a national championsi
One, person who thinks. so is his coa
'Dale Bahr.
"If there is anyone on the team t
'has proved himself in national cc
-petition to win a national champions]
it lhas been Eric Klasson," said Bal
IM Standings
(As of December 8)
Graduate Co-Rec
1. DSD 'A' 1. Nitwits
2. MBA Blue 2. D.I.R.T.
'3. Law Gold 3. Breakers
4. Gold Inlays 4. Thunderbergs
5. Blast S. High Ho's
6. DSD C 6. Evanscholars
7. DSD 'B' 7. Amoebas
8. Trash 8. Wasps
9. Natty-Dread 9. Pizza Bob's
50. Agent Orange 10. The Jams
An early reminder to intramt
.basketball team managers: Inst
I Scheduling in all divisions beg
anuary 7, the first day of the Wir
,Term. Scheduling continues throt
the following Tuesday.
Starting next month, The Daily, w
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bepartrnent, will present its wee]
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