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Page 18-The Michigan Daily-- Friday, December 2, 1988
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:Las Vegas hotels do not allow Got1cher"
certain gamblers to enter their
casinos because they are afraid to ... to egular weight
lose bundles. But this weekend Las Senior Larry Gotcher has finally
Vegas should be aware of an.oher returned to the weight (142 pounds)
terror: the Michigan wrestling team, at which he. garnered All-America
which will wreak havoc on 42 other honorsafter being forced to compete
squads. at the 150 weight class during the
;The Wolverines, ranked fourth in' Wolverines' three previous meets.r
the nation, are looking to improve due to a torn bicep muscle.
upon their lackluster early season ALTHOUGH Gotcher will be
performance ",and regain their one of the top seeds in the upcoming
dofninance of La-t year. They are tournament,rhe will have'to defeat.
seeking the No. I ranking today and some formidable foes if he expects.
tomorrow in the Las Vegas Classic, to leave the ,desert with the No. 1
which includes eight other top 20 ranking. -
teams. The defending national champion
F fThree of these teams finished from. Pittsburgh, Pat Santoro, will
ahead of Michigan's sixth-place' be .there, along with ,Oklahoma_
showing at last season's NCAA", State's <Charles, .Jackson, ;who
tournament.:: Arizona State (first), Gotcher defeated, twice last season..
Iowa State (third), and Oklahoma -Jackson, therefore, will be hungry,
State (fourth).Y,' ;ru *>, for revenge. tr t Ak. stW
"' ACCORDING TO Michigan-' eJamesDye will ,be Michigan's
head coach Dale Bahr, this is the top wrestler in the competitive :177-
pre-Christmas tournament- "It's the pound class. Dye, who placed fourth
preseason tournament that everybody, at the Northern Open.last weekend
is going to look at and see who is has, looked impressive in.the early
.strongest teamwise." season. "James at 177 has been
With 430 wrestlers competing in really looking good in practice and I
the -ten -weight classes, this 'look for him to do a verykgoodjob
tournament has as large a field as the for us," said Bahr. - '
NCAA's. "It tests more your . ALL-AMERICA Wolverine
individual strength than it ddies your Joe Pantaleo, is expected to meet
team balance said Bahr. Rick St. John of Arizona'' State.
If you have three 'or four Pantaleo, who won the Northern
individuals in the finals, you'll do Open at the 158-pound weight class'.
well. The -important thing is to last weekerd, defeated St. John
shove'as many guys into the finals earlier this season in an exhibition
as youcan."t ' tournament.
- Another of Michigan's All-
ROME Is BACK! Americas, Mike Amine, could face
one of the' toughest competitors,
fabulous costume jewelry Mike Farrell of Oklahoma State, if
& accessories both make it to' the finals in the
167-pound weight class.
We have merged with "Mike looked like his old self in1
- Police File the tournament," said Bahr, referring
to Amine's second-place finish to.
Farrell in the 167-pound division
1/2 off everything in store last weekend. "It's going' to be a
beginning Dec. 2 good'matchup for us. 'We are]
109 S. 4th A~]o oloingfor our best performances of
venue the early seasoniat the Classic."

'M' in
tough test,
or -men <its 2~

commence at: 10.- a.m: today,,
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One-meter diving will begin at
'I.I a.m. this morning, with the

BY ANDREW GOTTESMAN tree-meter at 1 p.m. tomorrow,
This"weekend's University of- -uay morning at am., bot!
Michigan Invitational swim meet is 4he men and women will have the
shaping up 'to be a dogfight Pe44on
between Michigan aid Tennessee -i
for the title, 'according to.men's -z'J
swimming coach Jon Urbanchek. Urbanchek also sees the meet
kTeiessee is very'~' pretty"'much as a quality
"I think Tennesee preifminarPy'tto 'the .'Iwinter's
established," said Urbanchek.!"It J rt ayh'
vill be between Michigan and gmportant dual meets and the
Tennessee for top honiors." . - :. NCAAs. "This is really just a good
: '' . indication' of where you are at this
.'Both teams are ranked in the top point of the season," he said. "The
ten nationally.: fr, - ' most important' difference between
{* ~'~'' '". ' this andadual meet is that ever
3. The .ther' teams that will one of our swimmers'have a chance
compete in the men's half of the to swim." - 5;-
meet,: Michigan's first home
invitational, ar e OAk lan d The 'meet, though, which is the
inveitatyon, are. Okland culmination of the two heaviest
Northwestern and Eastern' months of training,.should provide
Michwsn ' some fast times.
Mcigan. - ',<c '
Five of the teams, all except "You'll definitely see the f.
Northwestern, have brought dlivers atimes of the season," said senior co-
for the invitational. Divingcoach captain Marty Moran "We should
Dick Kimball, however, downplays be making some NCAA cuts."-
the meet. "It will be good
competition," Kimball said. "But Michigan (3-0 overall, 2-0 in the
this meet really isn't very Big Ten) has won this invitational,
important. It doesn't have much which was has been held at Eastern
bearing on the season." Michigan in the past, for tree
- straightyears. '.

ough field
Women's meet called=
fastest ever in Midwest
.Tournament madness is here. This weekend, six'women's swimming
teams from around the country will follow the road to Ann Arbor to
participate in the first Michigan Invitational. Two of them, 'Arizona
State and Tennessee are ranked ahead of the undefeated Wolverines in
national polls.
There may not be any official scoring in the meet. And it's probably
true that the results of this meet will not have any large implications
on the rest of the season, but the meet is sure to be competitive.
"This is going to be one of the top invitationals in the country this
year," said Michigan head coach Jim Richardson. "There has never been
' an invitational this fast in 'the Midwest." ' - 2
... In addition 'to Arizond State (No.6), Tennessee '(No. 7),: and ,
Michigain, Northwestern (No.17) and Colorado State (No. 24) are other
4teams ranked in the top 25 nationally. Eastern Michigan rounds out the
_ competition.' - - - ' 2 ~ 4
Despitej'the quality'of the field, Richardson is taking a laid-back
.approach to the meet. Although he will be interested to see how
Stephanie Liebner, Gwen DeMaat, Susie Rabiah and other Wolverines
"ready to swim fast," perform at the meet, it is not his main concern.
- His decision to schedule the invitational centered around one purpose -
to give his team some top-flight national competition before the Big
Ten and NCAA meeets.
Liebner, though, one of the team's most consistent performers, is
xing more at the speed aspect of the meet. She said the team, having
developed a broad base of endurance throughout the season, has worked
recently on building its speed.
"Speed was a real factor and we concentrated on it all week. We have
more of it now than we have had all semester," said Liebner. "The
major thing is to swim well and get our times down."
Liebner said the meet provides an excellent arena to post qhalifying
times for the NCAA championships.


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.CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP)- Walsh said the junior running back
If University of Miami quarterback deserves it. But Walsh' has compiled
Steve ;Walsh goes one for two' Heisman-caliber statistics 213
Saturday he will be happy. completions in 354 pass attempts for
Despite an 'outstanding year, 2,878 yards with 28 touchdowns and
Walsh expects to bean also-ran when only 10,interceptions.
the Heisman Trophy winner, is" Becuase of the BYU game, Walsh
announced in' New York.' But he can't be on' hand for the Heisman
hope's to be 'a winner when 'the announcement. But his father and 15-
second-ranked Hurricanes conclude year-old brother will be.
their regular season Saturday night '."I never really made the Heisman
,against Brigham Young. my main goal." said Walsh, a junior.
"It's not a matter of life and death "It hasn't been on my mind all
if I win the award," Walsh said. "It is season, and it won't be when they
a matter of life and death if we win or present the trophy." '
lose football games, though." Walsh led Miami to the national
Oklahoma-State's Barry Sanders "championship last-year,-but he began
is favored to win the Heisman, and this season as a longshot for the


nileisman day
Heisman, partly because the school award." ' js42 't
decided :against' promoting him Quarterbacks Troy Aikman "of
heavily for the award. That was fine UCLA and Rodney Peete'of Southern
with Walsh. Cal were preseason favorites for the
"It's ironic that Barry Sanders Heisman, but Walsh might finish
who this year really had no preseason ahead of them in this year's ballotidg:
publicity, more than likely will win "Steve's got a heck of a'lot "bf
the award," Walsh said. "That's the attention' this year." sadi Rich
attitude we have down here - you Dalrymple, Miami sports infdrmgtimin
have to go out on the field and prove direcitor. 'But' he didn't have the
it. preseason buildup'the two guys on
"We're not going to spend the West Coast had." " " -
thousands of dollars on campaigns Datrymple said if Walsh inatches
trying to promote somebody. We'll this 'season's performance next year,
be on national TV enough times he will win the 1989 Heisman "going
during the season so if you go out on away. I think it'll be hard for Steve or
the field and show'that you're a great Sanders toput up better numbers 'than
player," you'll probably win the theydid this yeart < t;



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