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Women's Basketball
vs. Michigan State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Hockey
vs. Ferris State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

a.

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday,_January 20, 1988

Page 7

Blue

grapplers squash

Spartans

By STEVEN COHEN
Teams often perform at the same
level as their opponents.
The Michigan wrestling team
quashed intra-state rival Michigan
State 39-9 last night at Crisler
Arena. The victory was the Wol-
verines' third consecutive blowout,
which should serve as a warning to
future Big Ten opponents.
Michigan got off to a quick start,
easily winning the first three
matches with William Waters and
John Fisher scoring pins, and 126
pounder Dave Dameron earning a
major decision.
"As the 118 pounder, the other
guys they look to me to start us off.
I set the tempo of the dual meet, I
like to go out and do well and get
these guys jacked up," Waters said.

Waters did not display the rustiness
one would expect from a athlete who
had not wrestled for one year. This
was only Waters' third appearance
this year, due to bureaucratic prob-
lems in ensuring his eligibility.
"I think I am going to win the
Big Ten and win the Nationals," said
Waters. He has placed second and
third in the Big Ten during two of
the years he wrestled at Michigan.
Michigan head coach Dale Bahr
was not surprised with the nights'
results. "They weren't going out
just to win matches on points, they
were trying to pin people," he said.
"When you go up 16-0 right to start
with, it's like dominos."
The wrestlers in the middle-
weight classes also had no problems
with their opponents. Newcomer

Sam Amine dominated in the 150-
pound weight division. Amine
turned his back on his opponent and
quickly demonstrated his superiority
with a pin at 2:20 of the first round.
Older brother Mike Amine
appeared impressive in a 15-2 major-
decision. Senior co-captain Joe.
Pantaleo reaffirmed that he is one of
the best wrestlers in the conference
at 158 pounds with his first round
victory.
In addition to the obvious
inspirations to perform well against
Michigan State, Wolverine Mike
Amine proposed a different rationale
for the Michigan showing.
"We didn't want to just beat
them. We wanted to take it to them,
to make up for that Rose Bowl. I
think our team should have been
here," he said.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Howe admits he shouldn't
have had the last drink

Daily Photo by ROBIN
Michigan's William Waters pins Michigan State's Robert Flanders in wrestling action last night at Cris
Arena.

LOZNAK
sler

White quits Illio is,
black cloud lingers
CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Illinois period, and at a time when Illinois is "It's really unfort
egan its search for a new football trying to bounce back from a two- things were looking
lead coach yesterday after charges of year record of 7-14-1.
ecruiting violations led to the "We had some misfortune before, Michigan assista
esignation of eight-year veteran but I thought that was behind us," Moeller, who was fir
Aike White. said defensive back Greg Boysaw. 1979 and replacedt

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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -
Steve Howe says he shouldn't have
had a drink at a bar last week but
doesn't think the incident was seri-
ous enough for the Texas Rangers to
terminate his two-year, $1.2 million
contract.
"I knew they knew I drank. I
didn't quite know how to tell them.
When I talked to (agent-attorney)
John (Lence) on the phone he said,
because 'Just go in and lay it out. I don't
think it's anything major.' Then,
ch Ga Whammo, " Howe said.
ho Gary But Rangers drug consultant Sam
[linois in McDowell told the Fort Worth Star-
r teams Telegram that Howe's violations in-
er, e volved more than drinking one time.
re "It was more than just one inci-
r Illiois dent and more than just alcohol in-
volved," he said. "If it were just al-
bly think cohol, Texas wouldn't have released
ncing in him."
he said. Lence denied McDowell's state-
ppen." ment, saying, "If there was some-
thing else besides alcohol, they
player, didn't tell me."
not be The relief pitcher said the baseball
efinitely team probably released him because
his." club officials were fearful of a major

incident during the season. Howe
said he would abide by the team's
decision.
Howe, who has been suspended or
released seven times because of sub-
stance abuse during his professional
career, signed a contract on October
9 that allowed the Rangers to void
the pact if he consumed drugs or al-
cohol.
He said he went drinking with
some Rangers teammates at an Ar-
lington bar on Jan. 10.
"I figured it wouldn't hurt me. I

didn't feel good about it... But it
wasn't like I made a scene. I was not
beating up on anybody or making a
jerk out of myself, but I did violate
the agreement."
Burson named B Ten
player of the week
CHICAGO (AP) - Jay Burson
of Ohio State has been named Big"'
Ten basketball Player of the Week
by the Associated Press for his con-
tributions in victories over nation-
ally ranked Iowa and Michigan.

Illini Athletic Director Neale
Stoner said the search for a new
coach would begin immediately. He
mentioned no names, but former
Ohio State Coach Earle Bruce said
he would "give anything to go to
Illinois."
White stepped down Monday after
being confronted with allegations of
recruiting violations by the NCAA
and the university.
"All I heard was there were some
half-ass allegations that had put
Coach White between a rock and a
hard place," said assistant coach Pete
Hoener. "To save face, Coach White
just said to hell with it and resigned.
I think it puts the program in a very
bad situation."
White claims the decision came
not from looking at hell, but rather
up. "After a great deal of thought and
prayer with my family, I have
chosen to resign," White mourned
Monday night.
White's resignation comes during
the important high school recruiting

cheating makes it harder f
that play by the rules. How
said he did not know whethe
had done anything wrong.
"People at Illinois probab
the folks at Michigan are da
the streets over the news,"
"But that probably won't hap
However, one Illinois
who asked that his name
used, said some players d
"won't lose any sleep over t

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