Page 8-Tuesday, February 2, 1982-The Michigan Daily
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at Western Michigan, Feb. 2.
DETROIT, Feb. 6, 4 p.m.
MICHIGAN TECH, Feb. 5,7:30 p.m.
MICHIGAN TECH, Feb. 6,7:30 p.m.
At Iowa State, Feb. 4, 7:30 p.m.
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Special to the Daily
BETHLEHEM, Pa.- Wrestler Joe
McFarland scored a major upset last
night, defeating number one ranked
IRandy Willingham 8-4 in the East-West
Wrestling Classic at Lehigh University.
In the invitational which matched the
nation's best wrestlers from the east
versus the best from the west, third
ranked McFarland, grappling in the 118
pound division, took a 3-0 lead into the
final period and held on for the upset.
Willingham brought a record of 18-0-2
into the prestigious tourney. Mc-
Farland came in at 21-2-2.
When A & M tempted coach Bo
T'was Canham who said "Now you know-
Though the Aggies may need you
There's no LEAGUE there to feed you!"
That's the real reason Bo did not go!
people a rest at Western," said Harvey.
"We weren't too concerned about win-
ning last weekend."
AMONG THE notables absent from
the Kalamazoo meet were Andrew
Bruce and Brian Diemer. With those
two and several others staying being
hin Ann Arbor, Harvey was able to give
some new faces a chance to compete
"We experimented a little," said the
coach of last year's Big Ten outdoor
champions. "We have a 28-man limit
on the taveling squad and if we ran the
same people every week no one else
would get a chance. We'll never know
what people are capable of if they don't
get the chance."
While many of Michigan's best run-
ners stayed at home, several top thin-
clads did make the trip and four retur!
ned to Ann Arbor with victories. Senior
Gerard Donakowski won the 3000-meter
run in 8:18.7. He was joined in the win-
ner's circle by fellow Wolverines Derek
Harper, Johnny Nielson and Dave
HARPER, A sophomore, won the
long jump with a leap of 24'8 ",
besting teammate Vice Bean by one-
quarter of an inch.
Nielson, a sophomore, remained un-
defeated in the shot put with a heave of
56'10" and Woolley, a transfer from
Moorehead, cleared 16' in the polevault
to beat fellow Wolverine Don Chevillet
on attempts. Harvey believes all three
capable of qualifying for the nationals.
"Nielson should be able to rack the
NCAA standard of 59'5", said Harvey.
"And Dave Woolley just missed 16'4"
this weekend so I expect him to do that
anytime. Both he and Chevillet have a
chance to qualify for the nationals."
The NCAA standard in the pole vault is
OTHER MICHIGAN finalists in-
cluded second-place finishers Shelby
Johnson, who registered a time of 7.3
seconds in the 60-meter high hurdles,
Evan Moore, who recorded a tim eof
14:38 in the 5000-meter run and Tony
Krpan, who traveled 48'3" in the triple
With a well-rested squad, Harvey is
looking forward to this Saturday's ex-
cusion to East Lansing, where he wil
enter all of his best athletes. "I look for
a helluva meet. MSU is much improved
over last year.
As if Saturday's Relays with the
Spartans weren't enough, Harvey and
his team will return to Jenison
Fieldhouse the following Monday for a
dual meet with State. But Woolfolk is
expected to make his 1982 track debut in
Grapplers fall to MSU
Last Friday night the Michigan
wrestling team paid a visit to archrival
Michigan State, but came up empty
against the sixth-ranked Spartans, 19-
Sophomore All-American Joe Mc-
Farland continued to roll towards an
awesome season, as he decisioned
Harrel Milhouse, 8-5, at 118 pounds.
The victory for McFarland over
Milhouse avenged one of the few
blemishes on the sophomore's excellent
record. Back on last November 24,
Milhouse managed to battle McFarland
to a 5-5 draw.
THE SPARTANS earned easy vic-
tories at 126- and 134- pounds, but suf-
fered a scare in the 142- pound class,
when Wolverine Lou Milani dropped a
9-6 decisin to Spartan All-American
Shawn White. "Lou wrestled an out-
standing match," said assistant coach
Joe Wells. "The match was tied at six-
all with 20 seconds left,.and Lou just lost
the final take down."
Michigan quickly overcame the 9-3
deficit behind 150-pound senior John
Beljan. Beljan pinned Greg Sargis at
1:17, which evened the score of the
match at nine.
Following a loss at 158-pounds,
freshman Scott Rechsteiner tied the
match, 12-12, as he decisioned Phil
Welsh, 8-6, at 167-pounds. "Scott's been
doing a real nice job," noted Wells.
"He'll still have some problems, but
he's conquered the rough spots and is
wrestling with confidence."
AT 177 POUNDS, freshman Kevin
Hill lost a major decision to Keith Foxx,
11-2 to drop Michigan behind by four,
16-12. But Wells said the Wolverines
still were confident with McKay and
Klasson coming up, we were in a com-
All-American 190-pounder Pat
McKay was decisioned by Mike Potts,
7-2, however. "Potts is no better than
Pat (McKay), and Pat beat him twice
last year, but Pat is still having con-
ditioning problems,"said Wells.
And the 19-12 Spartan lead proved to
be a little too much, even for last week's
"Big Ten Athlete of the Week", Eric
Klasson. Klasson decisioned Dan
Dudley, 4-0, to bring the final score to
19-15. Wells is very proud of Klasson
winning the award as Big Ten Athlete of
the Week. 'Eric is such a steady per-
former, it is tough for him to get good
practice time being a heavyweight, yet.
he is always improving," said Wells. It
is very pleas'ant to see Eric get the
Michigan's next dual meet is against
fifth-ranked Minnesota at Minneapolis.
-DOUGLAS B. LEVY
.Men gymnasts ranked
fourth in nation
After taking a split last weekend in
Columbus, losing to Ohio State and
defeating Penn State, the mens gym-
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... upsets number one
Willingham scored first in the third
period on an escape with 1:44 left, but
McFarland bounced back, scoring two
points on a takedown at 1:22.
Willingham then came back and closed
the gap to 5-4 on the escape and a
takedown with 1:04 remaining.
But McFarland put the match out of
reach with a combination escape, then
takedown of his own, and rode the mat-
ch out for the final 48 seconds.
Thinclads prep at WMU
One looks at the results of last Friday's
Western Michigan Relays and the en-
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Relays will show were Wolverine track
coach Jack Harvey's priorities lie:
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... pommel horse victor
nastic team returns home this Sunday
against Indiana rated fourth in the
In the latest poll of the National
Association of College Gymnastics
Coaches, Michigan follows Nebraska,
UCLA, and Ohio State as one of the top
teams in the nation. With Illinois
ranked sixth it means that three of the
top six teams in the nation are from the
"THE BIG TEN is the strongest it has
been in years," said Newt Loken, the
"dean" of Big Ten Gymnastics coaches
who is in his 35th year as head coach at
Michigan. He was especially im-
pressed with his team: "It is a real
compliment to be listed among the
leaders in the nation. I can attribute
that to hard work and sincere effort on
the part of our team."
After losing a tough match to the
third-rated Buckeyes last Friday, the
Wolverines came back to whip Penn
State 266.75-254.60. Rick Kaufmann led
the team with a career high on the rings
(9.65) as the Wolverines swept all six
Other firsts were notched by Kevin
McKee, 9.6 on the floor exercise, Nevin.
Hedlund with a 4.2 on the pommel hor-
se, and Dave Miller, with a 9.2 on the
"We were down a little after last
Friday night's loss to Ohio State, but
I'm still very pleased," said Loken.
Women place fourth
Rice overturns fifth
ranked Texas, 80-4!i
The womens gymnastics team faced
its toughest competition of the season
last weekend in the Windy City In-
vitational in Chicago, and led by
sophomore Kathy Beckwith, the
Wolverines came away with a respec-
table fourth-place finish.
Beckwith placed fourth in the all-
around with a score of 34.40 as the team
tallied a score of 134.85. Host Chicago
Circle won the meet with a score of
137.85, and was followed by Louisville
(137.45) and Nebraska (135.80).
DESPITE finishing fourth the team's
lowest placing of the year, coach Sheri
Hyatt was not too disappointed. "We
were up against better competition
than we've been used to," she said. "It
wasn't our worst meet, but it wasn't our
best. We were just a little sloppy on
In reaching her all-around total,
Beckwith placed fourth on the parallel
bars (8.6) and fifth on the beam (8.6).
Sophomore Nancy Papows finished fif-
th in the vault with an 8.75 and fresh-
man Christ Schwartz placed fifth on the
parallel bars with an 8.45.
On this Saturday's meet at Chrysler
Arena, Hyatt is optimistic: "I don't
think we'll have a problem beating In-
diana, but it would be really good to do
well in our last regular season meet
before Big Tens." --JESSE BARKIN
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HOUSTON (AP)- Rice's Ricky
Pierce pumped in 32 points to lead the
Owls to a surprising 80-49 upset South-
west Conference basketball victory
over fifth-ranked Texas last night, han-
ding the Longhorns their third straight
Pierce and teammate Bobby Tudor
led an early first hal( Rice surge when
the Owls hit 13 of their first 16 shots and
the stunned Longhorns never
recovered, dropping to a 5-3 SWC
record and 14-3 overall.
Rice, which had not beaten Texas on
its home court since 1970, rolled to a 34-
17 halftime lead behind the shooting of
Pierce, who scored 14 points over UT's
2-3 zone defense.
Tudor hit five of seven first-half shots
and finished with 18 points.
The Longhorns, still trying to recover
from the loss of starting forward Mike
Wacker, was led by Denard Holmes
with 19 points and LaSalle Thompson
by 5:00 PM
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