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Grapplers wrestle well despite injuries 1974 WRESTLING TU OPP Hillsdale Collefie 40 13 Auf;ustana College 21 21 Elmhurst College 25 18 Anderson College 26 19 Findlay College 38 6 Olivet College 12 32 Anderson College 36 20 Franklin College 9 20 Wabash College 15 28 Valparaiso 27 15 Defiance College 24 12 Kalamazoo College 35 12 Hope College 31 13 Manchester College 41 Evansville 41 7 ' heaton Invitational 15th 1 HBCC 2i - Georpe Moore compiles an excellent 28-6 record and is voted honorary captain by his teammates. Tom Stobic decisions his IC opponent Senior John Marchak works for the pin with the tight waist ride series.
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Taylor wrestlers win TU Invitational Steve Muterspaw struggles to counter the stand up attempt of his opp )nent. Senior 142 pounder George Moo ide to eontr()I his man Coach Tom Jarmans 1973-74 wres- tlino; Trojans were led bv the outstaiuliiio: iiidiviflual achievements of freshman Glenn Guerin. Wrestling at 126. Glen es- tablished three all time marks. He pin- ned his opponents a record 18 times, posted 34 wins, and scored a total of 173 points to break former . 11-American Dana Sorensens mark. The Trojans finished 11-3-1 in dual meets and captured their own Tavlor In- Wtiational and TU Quadrangular. The team made a very strong sh(jwing at Little State, as more wrestlers placed than ever before. The highlight of this vear ' s ' heaton Invitational was the selection of Glenn Geurin as the meets outstanding w restler. He pinned his way to the 126 pound championship. Glenn ' s teammates voted him this vear ' s Most Valuable restler as he compiled a 34-3 record and placed in the top ten nationally. The team selected senior George Moore as its honorary captain. George placed high in several big meets and fin- ished the season with a 28-6 record and seven falls to his credit. The Most Im- proved Wrestler award went to hea - weight Dan Schmunk and 167 pounder Dwight Lubaiiskv. Dan had eight falls to his credit and Dwight utilized his strong leg wrestling tactics to compile a 20-13 record. The Blood. Sweat and Tears award went to transfer student Esa Sacklah. Esa. who seriously injiu-ed his shoulder weight lifting, came back in time to wrestle at the Conference meet. Another oustanding wfestler was soph- omore Cecil Bergen. Cecil captured the conference 150 pound title for the sec- ond consecutive year. He finished with a 31-6-1 record and 137 total points. Senior 134 pounder Tom Stobie was having his best season ever when a knee injury forced him to forfeit the latter part of the season. His abbreviated record stood at 14-6. Senior 167 pounder John Marchak finished his Tavlor wrestling career with a 22-11 record. John brought many a Trojan w restling fan to their feet with his famous double leg takedown. Another wrestler who was plagued bv injuries was sophomore 118 pounder Steve Muterspaw. Steve finished with a 19-12-1 record.
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Seniors George Moore and Tom Stobie work on takedown techniques durinfi a practice session in the Maytag wrestUng room. 11! i . i ,4 . i . . . i ;r ill! ' I ' ill i i ' r Jk- 1 ' 1 ' i| l m ' ' 1 ' ' ' - J ' 1 1 ' 1 ' «» 1 1 i til 1 i . 1 » i :Je: K " ! ' i ' « ' ! 1 mm V «C w .i 1 — i ' lltlg— " ¥ fLl HpPS! b R | ; ■ " ti P " ! ■ vi, , Si r 1 .. I E. HlfflB. " g. fSil l wB r H Wwm «T fflg ¥ 1 fi " jKrW M W Bbbm 1 l P H . ■. 1 , ' .xM asm ll p MK Row 1: R. Walchle. S. Muterspaw. R. Blake. G. Guerin. W. Bhihm. R.m 2 Lindborg. R. Shaw. G. Pritz. D. Sohmunk. N. Cummins. Coach Jarman. Hamihon, C. Bergen, J. Marehak. G. Moore, T. Stobie, B. Pew. Row 3: B.
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