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Ice Hockey
vs. Western Michigan
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Arena

SPORTS

Fiesta Bowl Tickets
On Sale Today and Tomorrow
'M' Ticket Office

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The Michigan Daily Tuesday, December 3, 1985 Pag9
GRAPPLERS FACE 'TOUGHEST COMPETITION'
Frosh Wyland takes title lBA 5^

By SCOTT SHAFFER
Although only one of his wrestlers
captured a title in his class, coach
Dale Bahr was pleased with the
Wolverines' showing in the Northern
Open at Madison, Wisconsin on Satur-
day.
"This was the toughest competition
we've faced this year," said Bahr of
the meet. Several post-collegiate
Olympic hopefuls competed as well as
highly ranked Iowa State, Wisconsin
and defending national champion
Iowa.
THE LONE Michigan champion
was freshman Doug Wyland, who
defeated two Hawkeyes en route to
the 118-pound championship. "Doug's
been coming on like gang-busters,"
said Bahr. "He's stamped himself as
one of the nation's top freshman at
118."
Wyland, a Pittsburgh native, pinned
Iowa's John Regan in the semifinals
before defeating Regan's teammate
Steve Knight 9-5 to earn the Northern
crown.

Wyland added to his accomplish-
ments in practice yesterday by
beating William Waters two-out-of
-three to earn the right to represent
the school in the Las Vegas In-
vitational on Friday.
THE ONLY other Wolverine to
make the finals was Scott
Rechsteiner. The 190-pound
Rechsteiner won four matches before
losing to Iowa's Duane Goldman,
ranked second in the nation 10-1.
"Scott just hammered everyone in
sight until the finals," said Bahr.
Three other members of Bahr's
team finished in the top six in their
divisions. Kirk Trost, the country's
top ranked heavyweight had won
three straight matches before he
wrestled 360-pound Refrigerator-like
Gary Albright of Nebraska in the
semifinals.
TROST, who weighs 220, held
Albright to a 1-1 draw, but lost the
match on the referee's decision. Trost
was then beaten by a 350-pound
Olympic hopeful, Matt Ghaffari, and

was forced to settle for fourth place.
Kevin Hill also garnered fourth
place honors for the Wolverines.
Although he lost to Wisconsin's Terry
Manning 3-1, the 167-pounder proved
to Bahr that he could "go with Iowa's
and Wisconsin's best."
Waters compiled a 4-2 record, good
for sixth place in the 118-pound
division. "William did a great job.
It's important for him to go out and
take charge," said Bahr.
TWO KEY grapplers, John Fisher
(134 pounds) and Joe Pantaleo (158),
were kept out of action because of in-
juries that they sustained November
24, in the Ohio Open.
Pantaleo, who hurt his ankle, has
resumed practicing, but Fisher has
not been so lucky. Ranked third in the
NCAA, Fisher was picked as the
nation's top freshman last year, but
his injured shoulder may need
surgery. Bahr said that a decision
will be reached shortly.
Summing up his squad's perfor-
mance, Bahr was not fazed by the
scarcity of Wolverines in the finals.
"Many of the nation's top wrestlers
were here," he said. "Take away the
post-collegiate ones, and our guys are
beating the people they need to in or-
der to finish in the country's top
eight."
The rest of the team is now
preparing for the Vegas Invitational.
The two day event will be held at the
Showboat Hotel and will feature ap-
proximately 45 teams including
Wisconsin, Iowa State, Oklahoma and
Oklahoma State.
UPI Football Poll
Michigan remained amidst the top
college football teams in the nation as
they held onto their number five
ranking in this week's UPI college
football poll.
The top five teams all stayed intact
with Penn State at the top. The Nit-
tany Lions received 37 of 39 first place
votes.
Alabama made the biggest climb,
going from unranked to 14th. Auburn,
the team Alabama defeated last
Saturday, fell from sixth to 15th.
Nebraska, the Wolverines' op-
ponent in the Fiesta Bowl, moved up
from eighth to sixth.

Tons o' fun ~~LU~ U
Inspired by the fame of Chicago Bears' rookie William "The Refrigerator" Perry, these women formed
"The Refrigerettes." The cheerleading crew, created by Chicago restaurateur Rich Melman, consists of
women weighing over 200 pounds each.
[TO SERVE YOU

WE'LL NEED.
SOME
DIRECTIONS.

ROAD TO SUCCESS
S CHAPT ER 11

Wyland
... captures title

Rechsteiner
... loses in finals

PROSPERITY

_

I

CCHA Scorecard

WMPL HOCKEY
POLL

1. Wisconsin (7) .............
2. Denver (2) ................
3. Boston College...........
Minnesota-Duluth .......
5. Bowling Green (1) .
6. Minnesota .........
7. Michigan State .........
8. Northern Michigan .
Yale...d..................
10. Harvard ..............

W L
11 5
11 3
9 3
12 3
12 4
10 4
10 5
9 4
4 1
3 1

T
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1

Pts
22
22
19
25
24
20
21
19
8
6
Pts.
22
19
17
16
16
13
12
10
3

Goaltending
GP GA
J. Shawhan, LSSC ....... 7 15
N. Foster, MSU...........7 23
B. Essensa, MSU ........ 7 24
G. Kruzich BGSU.......10 39
R. Exelby, LSSC........ 8 33
K. McCaffrey, WMU..... 6 25
D. Sharpe, FSC.......... 7 23
B. Smith, Miami..........9 29
D. Kwilas, BGSU........4 18
B. Ryan, UIC ........... 10 47

Avg
2.52
3.14
3.44
4.00
4.04
4.17
4.33
4.41
4.50
4.65

Sav
127
172
177
326
186
169
174
202
114
253

Pct.
.894
.882
.881
.893
.849
.871
.883
.874
.864
.843

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CCHA Standings
(Overall) W L T
Bowling Green (12-4) ........ 11 3 0
Michigan State (9--1) ....... 9 4 1
Lake Superior (94-1) ........8 5 1
Western Michigan (106) ..... 8 6 0
OhioState (8-8)........ 8 8 0
Ferris State (8-7-1) .......... 6 7 1
Illinois-Chicago (610) ....... 6 8 0
MICHIGAN (5-9) ............ 5 9 0
Miami (3-12-1)............... 1 12 1

FRIDAY'S RESULTS
Bowling Green 7, Miami 2
Ohio State 4, MICHIGAN 2
Michigan State 6, Illinois-Chicago 4
Western Michigan 9, Ferris State 3
RPI Tournament, Troy, N.Y.
First Round:
Lake Superior5, Alaska-Anchorage 3
RPI4,RIT2
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Bowling Green 4, Miami 2
Ohio State 6, MICHIGAN 5
Illinois-Chicago 3, Michigan State 2
RPI Tournament, Troy, N.Y.
Consolation:
RIT 10, Alaska-Anchorages
RPI 3, Lake Superior 2
FRIDAY'S GAMES
Bowling Green at Illinois-Chicago
Ferris State at Miami
MICHIGAN at Western Michigan
Michigan State at Lake Superior
Windsor at Ohio State
SATURDAY'S GAMES
Bowling Green at Illinois-Chicago
Ferris State at Miami
Michigan State at Lake Superior
Western Michigan at MICHIGAN
Michigan-Dearborn at Ohio State

1. Penn State (37)......11-0-0
2. Oklahoma (2) .......... 9-1-0
3. Iowa ................. 10-1-0
4. Miami (Fla.) .......... 10-1-0
5. MICHIGAN..........9-1-1
6. Nebraska .............. 9-2-0
7. Tennessee ...........7-1-2
8. Air Force .............. 11-1-0
9. Brigham Young .......10-2-0

10. Louisiana State ....... .
11. Texas A&M ...........
12. Arkansas ..............
13. UCLA ...............
14. Alabama ..............
15. Auburn............
16. Ohio State ...........
17. Florida State ..........
18. Fresno State ..........
19. Maryland .............
20. Arizona ...............

8-1-1
9-2-0
9-2-0
8-2-1
8-2-1
8-3-0
8-3-0
8-3-0
10-0-1
8-3-0
8-3-0

Pts.
581
517
493
480
425
316
292
274
250
197
193
126
118
96
82
51
38
29
21
20

PLEASE MAILINY U 13ttlj
SURVEY TODAY

CCHA LEADERS
Scoring

GP
D. Dorton, WMU............. 16
J. Wansbrough, BGSU ....... 16
Paul Lowden, FSC ..........16
P. Ysebaert, BGSU ....... 16
S. Burnie, WMU ............. 16
Peter Lowden, FSC.......... 15
B. Jones, MICHIGAN ........ 14
G. Sweetnam, FSC........... 16
J. Madill, OSU............... 16
T. Thrun, WMU .............. 16

G
17
16
12
8
17
12
11
2
13
11

A
20
20
21
23
12
15
14
23
11
13

Pta
37
36
33
31
29
27
25
25
24
24

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