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TranscriptFuture conference rival
Indiana State to host Saluki matmen
Illinois 20-11
S-U this year.
Mat compeiUloa la ihe new
Mid icil collegiate athletic
conference won't bc%in for
another year but both SIU and
Indiana State will be out to
prove a point or two when
the two wrestling teams daah
tonight In Terre Haute, Ind.
Dased on depth and caliber
of wrestlers, Indiana State
coach Chuck Saunders rates
his Sycamores and the Salukis as the two teams must
likely to battle for tbe conference championship next
year. The Sycamores have
already whipped Northern
carries a 9~S dual meet
record against Indiana.State,
losers )uat twice Is M contests*.Both Indiana State
losses hare come from teams
conquering SIU also, Oklahoma State and Iowa State.
Ben Cooper Is not expected
to compete at 177 tonight for
the Salukla because of undetermined stomach ailments. Toe senior from Decatur will be replaced by
sophomore Dan I'atltz, a
double loser last week against
Ohio University and Miami of
Ohio. Mia opponent will be
State'a Rich Freeman.
Possibly out lor an Indefinite period, S=sty CwnaJag-
bam will be replaced by BUI
Weager at US. Wenger meets
Stan DUfiaond ol Indiana
State. Laa-i year Wenger
pinned Diamond.
0111 Haider will replace
Wenger at 126 and will lace
Geoffrey Cray of the Sycamore a.
Vlnce Teatone won twice
last weekend and will have
to win again at 142 according
io Long for an SIU victory.
Testono meets former Grant
High School wrestler Sieve
In a rematch from last
year, Jim Cook hopca to Improve on a 1969 4-3 declalon
when he mceta Indiana Slate's
Gary Kratzer.
Ivor Moy, a second place
finisher in the Illinois hlah
school finals last year wW
be Salukl Vtace Raft's
ft ISO.
At IS! a classic match could
develop If Rich Casey meets
undefeated Dob Ferraro. Doth
won on pins In competition
against Oklahoma State this
Hoping to score on a pin,
Aaron llolloway takes on Sycamore Dan Laytoo at 167.
Layton haa done a good Job
thla year according io
Saunders but doesn't match
Holloway's strength.
Dob Underwood, almost
completely recovered Irom a
knee operation, will compete
at 199 for SIU against Ralph
Heavyweight Paul Weston
meets Dill Osborne In to-
nlRht's final match.
Other notaole Indiana State
victories hare come over
Colorado State 17-16. Oblo
University 19-14, Purdue
21-13. Indiana 28-6, Blooms-
burg State 29-U and Ohio
Statu* 26-15.
"We haven't wrestled as
tough a schedule as you have, "
Saunders said. Seven ol Mil's
losses have come from teams
rated In the nation's top ten.
"It's Just going to be s
great meet, " he continued,
"We've got a Iot of respect
for SIU. We aren't going to
touch you in the upper
weights, " said Saunders, who
added he was looking forward
lo iho meet.
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