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Badgers punish grapplers

By ADAM OCHLIS
Leave it to wrestling coach Dale Bahr
to say something positive in wake of the
Wolverines' 23-13 defeat to Wisonsin
last Sunday in Badger country.
"I feel that (even with the loss) we
will wrestle better in the Big Ten tour-
nament (March 1-3)," Bahr said. "In" a
neutral site (Evanston) we will have a
good chance of beating them."
THE FIFTH-RATED Badgers
were, not grateful hosts, as they took
1control of the meet early. Mark Clayton
not to be confused with the Miami
Dolphins' wide receiver of the same
moniker, defeated Michigan's William
Waters, 3-1, getting a takedown with no
time remaining in the match. The loss
dropped Waters' season record to 26-12
overall, 6-2 in the conference.
Senior captain Joe McFarland then
gave Michigan the lead as he recorded
a technical pin over Wisonsin's Gene
SSpellman -midway through the second
period. The 126 pound North Olmsted,
Ohio native raised his record to a spec-
tacular 33-1, as he closes out his career
in hopes of winning the NCAA cham-.

pionship that has eluded him the last
four years.
The lead changed hands again after
freshman John Fisher was soundly
defeated by Jim Jordan, the nations
top-ranked 134 pounder. The 11-4 final
score was deceiving as Jordan was able
to rack up most of his points in the final
period.
IT WAS THE first time this season
that two of Michigan's first three had
lost in the same meet, as the trio's 93-21
combined record has often meant big,
early leads for the eighth-ranked
Wolverines.
This fact did not go unnoticed by
Bahr.
"I thought that we'd take at least two
of the first three and the last two, while
(Wisconsin) would get the other five
matches," Michigan's seventh-year
head coach said. "Then it would be who
got the most points (to win)."
WISCONSINthen took control of the
meet as Bahr predicted, winning the
next four matches. Rickey Moore (142
pounds), Tony Latora (150), Steve
Richards (158), and Kevin Hill (167) all

went down to defeat.
Michigan was able to capture two of
the final three matches, as Scott
Rechsteiner and Kirk Trost breezed
through their matches. However, it was
too little too late, as the Wolverines
were all but eliminated by this point.
Bahr pointed out that he was not
pleased with the refereeing, but
acknowledged that it probably would

not have mattered.
"I think it played a factor at 150, 158,
167, 190, and even in Waters' match.
However, the way we wrestled it
wouldn't have made a difference."
The loss dropped the Wolverines'
record to 14-2, and they will break the
school record for wins if they can sweep
this weekend's matches against Clarion
State, EMU, and Toledo.

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Rechsteiner
...late win not enough

Waters
...leadoff loss

Thin clads win Ilini meet

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By DEBBIE deFRANCES
All roads lead to Syracuse, New
York. But the women's track team has
to detour through Columbus for the Big
Ten Championships before they can
test their talents among the very best at
the NCAA Championships in Syracuse
on March 8 and 9.
This past weekend at the Illini In-
vitational the Wolverines added one
more runner to their list of qualifiers
for the National Championships.
SOPHOMORE Melissa Thompson
chalked up a 2:32.29 qualifying time as
she placed second behind teammate

Cathy Schmidt in the 1000 meter run.
She joins the company of Sue Schroeder
(qualifying in the 1500 meter, 3000
meter and mile runs), Schmidt (in the
800 meter, 1000 meter and 1500 meter
runs) and Dawn McGinnis (qualifying
in the high jump with a 5'10 " jump
who will all be going to the NCAA's.
The Wolverines won the Illini In-
vitational beating out hometeam
Illinois, Michigan State and Minnesota.
Coach James Henry conceded that he
didn't even realize the meet would be
lased on team scoring. "This meet we
were looking to see individual im-

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provement," said Henry. "Some of the
girls did well, but there were also some
disappointments."
Among the Wolverine's finest per-
formances of the meet were the one-two
finishes in both the high jump and the
1000 meter run. Junior Angie Hafner
and McGinnis both jumped 5'8" for first
and second places while Schmidt
finished first in the 1000 meter run with
a 2:31.6 time followed by Thompson.
Continuing in her winning ways,
Schroeder prevailed in the mile run.
Although his team has been running
well most of the season, Henry admits
the girls deserve this weekend's break.
"They're tired of competing week in
and week out," said Henry. "We'll be
looking forward to the Big Ten Cham-
pionships in a couple of weeks."
Henry said that although they have
not competed against Wisconsin in
regular season, they will be the team to
beat.
Correction
The photo of gymnast Ken Haller
which appeared in Sunday's Daily was
taken by Darrian Smith. It was in-
correctly credited to Dan Habib.
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