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SPORTS OF THE DAILY

M'

champ returns as ISU coach.

By JOHN TAYER
Former Michigan national wrestling
champion, Dr. Harold Nichols, returns
to Ann Arbor this evening as the head
coach of the 4th-ranked wrestling squad
in* the country-the Iowa State
Cyclones..
As a Michigan wrestler in the late 30's
urider head coach Cliff Keen, Nichols
wgs an NCAA champion at 145 pounds.
Amter earning his masters at Illinois
and returning to Michigan to get his
doctorate, Nichols started his coaching
career at Arkansas State in 1949. After
a successful stint in Arkansas, Nichols
moved to Iowa State in 1953 where he
h4s since prospered.
NUMBERS ALONE speak for the
success Nichols has had as a wrestling
coach at Iowa State. In 29 years as a
coach, Nichols has compiled an in-
criedible 409-57-11 record, which is a
whopping .869 winning percentage.
,The team he brings with him today is
no exception to the quality matmen he
has turned out in the past. Iowa State
presently has a record of 12-3 and trails
oily three teams in the national stan-
dings; Oklahoma State, Iowa, and
Oklahoma. With two-time returning
W9CAA champion Nate Carr competing
f r Iowa State at 150 pounds and six
returning all-American selections, the
Cclones are expected to cause a
mighty storm at Crisler Arena.
:The most conservatiye estimates
give Michigan a chance for four match
victories at 158, 167, 142 and 134 pounds.
Fxpected to be one of the more exciting
matches of the meet is the 145-pound
battle that pits Michigan's Mark Pear-
son against Iowa State senior Randy
Conrad. Conrad presently has a

record of 21-i and is Iowa State's
best pinner, but Pearson has been
looking strong thus far this season
and should give Conrad a good fight.
Stank resigns
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Eddie Stanky
said yesterday he is resigning as
baseball coach at the University of
south 'Alabama at the end of the
season. University officials said
Stanky gave no reason for his decision.
the rsignation becomes effective in
May, depending on when the season en-
ds.
Stanky was on the practice field and
unavailable for comment.
STANKY, 66, always said he would
retire "when baseball comes work." It
was not known whether Stanky was
leaving to take another position.
He underwent surgery two years ago
for congestive heart failure.
In his playing days, Staniky was with
the Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers,
Boston Braves and new York Giants.
He also managed the Chicago White.
Soxand the St. Louis Cardinals.
He has been head baseball coach at
South Alabama for about 14 years.
Jets name new coach
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) - Joe
Walton, offensive coordinator of the
New York Jets the last two seasons,
replaced Walt Michaels as head coach
of the National Football League team
yesterday, a week after being turned
down for the top job at Atlanta and
Kansas City.
"All they were were interviews,"
said Walton, who also talked to the Los
Angeles Rams about their vacant
coaching job. He lost the Falcons' job
to Dan Henning and the Chiefs' post to
John Mackovic.
"I was disappointed, but now I'm
glad it didn't happen." What did hap-
pen was the unexpected announcement
by the Jets Wednesday that Michaels,
the team's coach for the past six yers,
was retiring.
Walton, who spent last week in
Hawaii with Michaels and the rest of
the Jets' staff coaching the American
Conference team in the Pro Bowl, said
he was surprised by the turn of events.
Tigers win arbitration case
DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Tigers,
won their arbitration case against out-
fielder Kirk Gibson yesterday, giving
the American League club a split in two
decisions this week-with one more still
to come.
On Tuesday, arbitrator Marvin
Feldman, a federal attorney in
Chicago, ruled in favor of pitcher Dan
Petry whowas seeking $390,000 instead
of the $350,000 the Tigers offered.

Gibson was offered $220,000, a raise of
$20,000 from the salary he earned last
year. He went to arbitration seeking
$275,000. Under baseball's rules, an ar-
bitrator must pick either the club's of-
fer or the player's. He cannot com-
promise.
Relief pitcher Aurelio Lopez also has
taken the tigers to arbitration, Lopez is
asking for $315,000 while the Tigers are
insisting on $250,000 -a $30,000 cut from
his 1982 pay.
Carter hires agent
BOSTON (UPI) - All-America wide
receiver Anthony Carter of the Univer-
sity of Michigan has retained sports at-
torney Bob Woolf as his agent and will
begin serious negotiations with the
Michigan Panthers of the new USFL.
"I talked with Carter on Monday,"
Woolf said yesterday, and I met with
him Wednesday in West Palm Beach,
(Fla.).
'He authorized me to negotiate with
the United States Football League for
him," said Woolf, who counts Detroit
Pistons' forward Kelly Tripucka among
his numerous clients.
The Panthers, who reportedly have of-
fered $2 million for a four-year con-
tract, thought they had three meetings
set with Carter last weekend but the
NCAA record holder for all-purpose
yardage average did not show up for
any of them.
Officials of the Panthers expressed
disappointment and said they were

giving up meeting with Carter, who a
has the option of waiting until t
National Football League draft in l
April. The USFL season begins Max

lso
the
ate
rch

7.
"Anthony was concerned about all
the confusion," Woolf said. "He was
portrayed as breaking appointments he
never made. He had never authorized
anyone to represent him.
"We have been in touch with the Pan-
thers and they are going to get back
with us on setting up a meeting," Woolf
said. "We are going to conduct good
faith negotiations.',
"I've always had an open mind to
these new leagues," Woodf said. "I've
been a sports attorney for 20 years."
Pistons trade Jones
PONTIAC (AP) - The Detroit
Pistons traded Edgar Jones to the San
Antonio Spurs yesterday for a second-
round draft choice in 1984 and a third-
round draft pick in 1985.
Jones, a 6-foot-10, 205-pound forward
and center, is in his third National
Basketball Association season and
played for the University of Nevada-
Reno. He was drafted in the second
round by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1979.
Jones was cut by the Bucks and caught
on with the New Jersey Nets in 1980-81.
The Pistons picked him up at the end of
the 1980-81 season.
Jones has averaged 8.3 points per
game so far this season and 5.5 reboun-
ds.

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Michigan's '83 football recruits

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* John Balourdous, 6-2, 215, linebacker
from Chicago Mather.
" Andy Borowski, 6-4, 245, lineman from
Cincinnati St. Xavier.
* Allen Bishop, 5-11, 185, linebacker
from Miami Killian.
" Carlitos Bostic, 6-3, 220, linebacker
from Ypsilanti.
" Gene Cecchini, 6-5, 225, lineman from
Birmingham Brother. Rice.
" Bill Dawson, 5-11, 165, wide receiver
from Evanston Township, Ill.
* John Elliott, 6-6, 275, lineman from
Long Island, N.Y.
9 Dwayne Freeman, 6-2, 175, wide
receiver from Riviera Beach, Fla.
" Dave Folkertsma, 6-5, 245, lineman
from Grand Rapids Calvin Christian.
, Sean Guffey, 6-4, 250, lineman from
Coleman, Wis.
" Bill Harris, 6-2, 250, middle guard
Wfrom Xenia, Ohio.
" Ken Higgins, 6-1, 175, wide receiver
from Battle Creek Lakeview.
* Dan Holloway, 6-2, 220, lineman from
Detroit St. Martin DePorres.
* Doug Mallory, 6-2, 220, linebacker
from DeKalb, Ill.
" Andre McInyre, 6-2, 250, linebacker
from Chicago Mendle.
" Gene Lawson, 5-11, 170, wide receiver
from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

" Glenn Mogle, 6-8, 275, lineman from
Sarasota, Fla.
* Mike O'Connor, 6-2, 195, tight end
from Kankakee McNamara, Ill.
" Russ Rein, 6-0, 190, quarterback from
Chicago Marist.
* Garland Rivers, 6-2, 185, defensive
back from Canton. McKinley, Ohio.
" Tim Schulte, 6-3, 205, defensive back
from Covington Catholic, Ky.
* Todd Schulte, 6-3, 205, linebacker from
Covington Catholic, Ky.
" Steve Thiebert, 6-5, 220, tight end from
Walled Lake Central.
" Jack Walker, 6-5, 220, lineman from
Westland John Glenn.
* Phil Webb, 6-1, 185, defensive back
from Romeo.
" Pete Wentworth, 6-2, 220, quarterback
from Louisville, Ky.
r Gerald White, 6-2, 205, running back
from Titusville, Fla.
" Chris Zurbrugg, 6-2, quarterback
from Alliance, Ohio.
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