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Miss the sixth annual Schembechier
Memorial Golf Tournament last Monday?
Tern to page 16 for complete coeerage M na
of all he fesMondays
of al th fesivites.July 13, 1998 1

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By Rick Freeman
Daily Spot Editor T
The search for the next Michigan wrestling coach is on, and
current assistant Joe McFarland has a leg up on the other can-
didates, athletic director Tom Goss said i
"He will he our leading candidate," Goss said, hut "I could-
n't say 100 percent" that the coach will be McFarland.
According to the official posting for the job, an internal can-
didate -meaning McFarland or fellow assistant Kirk Trost-
is preferred. Senior associate athletic director Peg Bradley- C
Doppes said that a full search will be conducted, hut current
(McFarland) wilbe the next coach?'frsencrustne,
The athletic department would not name any other candi- a
dates for the job at such an early stage. The successor will take -
joh in te dpartent direcin the summer spora camps.ew
"I think it'll he a nice transition," Bahr said.
Bahr added that pars of the reason McFarland left his head &
coaching position as Indiana was the possibility of gaining the
head slot as his alma mater once Bahr retired.
McFarland, who declined to comment on the coaching mat-
ter, was supervising Michigan wrestler Jeff Reese when Reese -
collapsed and died last Dec. 9. Following the tragedy, some
tried to hold McFarland culpable, but "he never has been
looked at in that way by our department," Gosa said. I2
Bradley-Doppes said that McFarland's head coaching expe-
rience "makes a huge difference." As the head of the Indiana ga
program, he led the Hoosiera to a perfect 14-0 record in his
first season, 1989-90. McFarland also won the Assistant Coach
of the Year award from the National Wrestling Coaches DANIELO ONNELIaay
Association in 1994. AssIstant wrestling coach Joe McFarland is the likely candidate to replace current head coach Dale
See MCFARLAND, Page 15 Bahr. Bahr said Mcfarland will be the next coach "barring unforseen circumstances."
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with 1etter~
By Rick Freeman
Daily Sports Editor
Everyone has a dream like his. The
dreams we dream when we're stuck at
a red light or in a boring class.
They always seem a good distance
away though, until they're upon us an
we can scarcely believe it.
------------ Or when
Golf they're yanked
away by some
Gmmentfly accident ta t
when tragedy is the last thing on our
minds. That's the way it might have
been in Brent Baribeaus mind a month
friend's 48-foot boat at a marina o
Lakc Michigan. He hit a dinghy on the
way down and broke his neck.
The sophomore to be - and he
plans to come back for classes in the
fall - still might dream his dream.
But now he's got new dreams, dreams
he didn't need before.
One day, he hopes to walk again.
Maybe some time before that he'll be
able to talk - now he communicates
by blinking his eyes.
His coach on the golf team, Jis
Carras, said he can smile, too, afle
resumning from his July 3 visit with
Bariheau.
Once Baribeau retumns to Ann Arbor
to begin therapy at the University
Medical Center, Carras' visits won't
require anything more than a short
drive.
"When you get to Ann Arbor you're
gonna see this ugly face so often
you're gonna wish you'd never comag
Hebaid that made the golfer smile
See BARIBEAU, Page 15
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