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Womens Swimming versus
Michigan State, Thursday
Matt Mann Pool, 7 p.m.

SPORTS

Basketball at
Purdue, Thursday
Ann Arbor Cablevision
Channel 19, 7:30 p.m.

The Michigan Daily Wednesday, January 25, 1984 Page 7

MSU
By SCOTT SALOWICH
The Michigan wrestling team ran into
one too many All-America candidates
last night, as they fell to Michigan
State, 23-16.
The Wolverines were ahead of the
Spartans up until the 190-pound match,
when State's Eli Blazeff scored a fall
against Kirk Trost. Blazeff was an All-
American-last year in the 177-pound
class and is currently sporting an im-
pressive 29-1 mark.
BLAZEFF'S victory put the Spartans
up 20-16 and set the stage for the
heavyweight battle between MSU's
Mike Potts and Rob Rechsteiner. Potts
has also lost only once this season
against 27 wins, and is ranked second in
the NCAA. Rechsteiner game the All-
America candidate all he could handle
before dropping a tough 4-2 decision.
"I should have ridden him out,"
Rechsteiner said after. the meet, "but I
went for the win instead of a tie and he
caught me."
Rechsteiner was. not discouraged by
his loss, however.
"THERE IS always a next timxe," he
said, referring to the Big Ten Cham-
pionships next month. "I'll have time to
get into better shape and if I have a
good day I think I can beat him."
Michigan coach Dale Bahr was also
looking to the future as he assessed the
meet.
"We're right on line for the Big Ten
With A's
Dorothy from her home in Chesterfield,
Missouri. "That is where Lary's wan-
ted to go for a long time."
Yzerman named All-Star

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grapplers

tournament," he said. "We are getting
better every day and we hope to peak
for the championships."
For the most part, Bahr was pleased
with his squad's performance last
night. Before the meet he indicated that
he wanted to take the early matches
and to build enough momentum to win,
and the Wolverines responded with vic-
tories in four of the first five matches.
"WE WRESTLED super up through,
150, you couldn't ask for more from
those guys," said Bahr, reserving
special praise for 118-pounder William
Waters and Joe McFarland at 126.
"Waters took on a guy who had lost
only four matches all season and whip-
ped him. Waters has to be one of the top
freshman in the country right now,"
said Bahr.
Waters also impressed Michigan
State assistant coach Pat Milkovich,

who noted that "Waters really sur-
prised (Wayne) Jackson tonight. We
had warned him not to take the guy
lightly just because he is a freshman,
but it didn't help."
McFarland, Michigan's All-
American, lived up to his lofty
reputation, easily stopping Dan
Matauch, 23-7. "Joe just beat him into
submission," said Bahr, who called
McFarland a "machine" when
discussing the one-sided victory.
BOTH BAHR and Milkovich were
pleased with the level of intensity

shown by the two teams. Milkovich
called the match "a great thing for
wrestling." He also noted that the in-
tense rivalry between the two schools
made a difference in the performances
of each team.
"Both sides were pumped up," he
said, "we really wanted to beat
Michigan."
Bahr also commented on the ex-
citement the match produced. "I think
the people got their money's worth
tonight," he said.

Daily Photo by DOUG MCMAHON
Michigan's Joe McFarland tangles with Michigan State's Dan Matauch in
the 126-pound weight class. McFarland went on to win the contest, 237.

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