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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE NINE

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1967 TIlE MICUI(~AN DAILY PA~iE MN~

'Cats

Bare

Claws

for

By HUD ENGLEHART Madison Wisconsin and won their Phipps-Keyes-Beirne combina-
On September 23, 1967 approxi- second game of the season. Good- tion late in the ourth quarter.
0 mately 1.00 p.m. Chicago time, bye roses. Good-bye Big Ten. Hel- This Saturday Agase will be
Northvre.,tern Head Coach Alex lo, blues. fielding the same aggressive team
Agass wrought his underdog Wild- Wilcats are harder to kill than that keeps bouncing back week
cats ut onto Dyche Field in Evan- that, though, and there is no way after week despite loss after loss.
ston to meet a nationally ranked that Michigan's 1-5 team can hope Agase has beencaught in the
team called the Miami Hurricanes. for a breather this weekend. o a reb ing program.
Agase was confident that his This rebuilding challenge is espe-
team couldn't lose as badly as the x. . % s ..s#i cially acute at the ends, where all
oddmakers thought they could. Dennis Monthei, starting mid- four offensive and defensive start-
(Hurricanes usually rip cats.) die guard for the Wolverine ers had to be replaced. Graduation
"We'll be quick, tough, and very defense until he sustained a also struck heavily at the interior
aggressive," said Agase. knee injury in the Indiana game, line, defensive secondary and full-
On that same day, Sept. 23, at underwent successful surgery back positions.
aproximately 4:00 p.m. Chicago yesterday on a torn cartilege. Banaszek Gone
time, Agase's Wildcats left Dyche Dr. Gerald O'Conner, team The Wildcats have been hard-
Field with the upset of the year. physician, performed the opera- pressed to come up with compara-
The Hurricanes wallped off the tion, and described his condi- ble replacements for Cas Banaszek
same field wondering how a bunch tion as "very good." The Wol- and Roger Murphy, who set a flock
of young cats could beat hurri- verine senior is, of course, side- of the school's pass receiving rec-
canes into submission. lined for the season, but ac- ords, and defensive standouts
Up, Up, and Away cording to head coach Bump John McCambridge and Bob
Northwestern fans were some- Elliott, "he should be in fine Tubbs.-
where in the clouds of oblivion shape" after this year. The pass catching chores, be-
after the victory. The Northwest-.......................cause of the loss of Banaszek and
ern fight song was being played...Murphy, have been placed mainly
in every corner of Evanston. Stu- Despite their losses, Northwest- upon the offensive backfield. Half-
dents were thinking No. 1 , and ern has given cardiac arrests to a backs Chico Kurzawski and Bob
hoping that the impossible could few of the top teams in the coun- Olson have accounted for almost
hapjsen-the first Rose Bowl bid in try. Back in September they just half of the teams receptions. And
19 years and the first Big Ten barely lost to Missouri 17-15. More Agase has found at least one good
Championship in 31 years. recently, they led Big Ten power- pair of hands in offensive end Don'
On October 28, 1967, six weeks house Purdue for three and a half Anderson, who has caught 24 pass-l
later, the Wildcats limped into quarters before succumbing to the es this year for a total of 263!
Iyards.

Cellar
lineman who plays both offe
guard and defensive tackle, is
of the few collegians left who3
both ways. He plays both posi
well.
The game plan probably w
be significantly changed for
} game with the Wolverines
Saturday. Northwestern must
pend on a good aerial attack
good defensive work fromt
crew of linebackers.
Their biggest asset to date
been their desire. In recent y
they have pulled startling up
over Michigan, Illinois, and M
(Florida). Despite all t h
Itroubles, though, the Wil
have enough talent left to
Michigan some trouble.
Perceptive
There is little doubt that A
has noticed the weaknesses
Michigan's defensive backfield
rthere is also little doubt
Melzer will work hard thisv
in practice to enhance his alr(
fine passing percentage of
.500. All this adds up to a claN
bunch of Wildcats invading V
igan Stadium to try to av(
[jj[ last year's defeat at the h
of the Wolverines, 28-20.
0, 180-lb. Hopefully, the Wolverines
ase's top have accumulated enough pt
n 24 tries by the time the fourth qua
wski has rolls around to give a breath
ch make the Michigan fans, who have1
)r Melzer gasping in the last two minut
nearly 'every game. If Mic
h lfb k doesn't have the lead it need

Battle
nsive win its first game in their last
one six outings, Agase's Purples are
goes not going to be too easy on the
Lions fans or the Blue squad.
Of course, Northwestern hasn't
on't done too well in the closing min-
the utes either. They've lost to Mis-
t souri, Purdue, and Ohio State
de- the fourth quarter before turning
and the tables on Wisconsin last week.
their Perhaps it's Michigan's chance to
has do some table turning.
ear's Michigan will be fighting to gain
psets a tie for the Big Ten cellar and
liami Northwestern will be struggling to
e i r avoid a tie for the same spot.

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USC STILL NO. 1:
ND JinsPurdue,
Indiana In Top T1
By The Associated Press top-ranked Trojans, butC
The state of Indiana, normally fell all the way from t
a basketball powerhouse, is the ninth after being upen
home of three members of foot- Oklahoma State.
ball's Top Ten, chosen by the na- Houston, ninth a week
tion's sports writers yesterday in lost and tumbled out of
The Associated Press' weekly poll. Ten. Once-beaten T e n n
Notre Dame's 1966 national climbed from fourth to
champions returned to the select while North Carolina St
circle-tenth place, to be exact- Georgia, winners along w
following their 24-12 whipping of Volunteers last week, also
Michigan State last week, and
joined neighboring universities one notch apiece. Wyomi
Purdue and surprising Indiana. an to the eigtht spot, be
rpt,,. x,,,.;- dana

Just a Little Harder
Finding replacements at the de-
fensive end positions has been a;
little more difficult. Roger Ward,
a 208-1b. senior, and Mark Pro-!
skine, a 218-lb. junior, have been
performing well but still show
weaknesses.
The defensive tackle positions
e have been plagued with injuries allj
season. Dave Huber, one of the
Colorado Wildcats best prospects, suffered a
hird to broken hand early in the season
ded by and has yet to return. His replace-
ment, Frank Mullins, and the3
other starter, John Brandt, have
ago, also been hampered by a series of ail-
the Top ments necessitating the use of of-
n e s s e e fensive starters, center Jack Rud-1
D third, nay and guard Bruce Gunstra.
ate and Sophomore Jim Spenko replaced
with the Rudnay at center. The defense,
went up however, is still fairly strong.
ng held Post-Ara Era
hind In- Agase, who is in his fourth sea-
son as head coach of the Wildcats
st-place after replacing Ara Parsegian, who
records gained instant fame at Notre
8-7-6-5- Dame, has continued to produce
7-0 430 tough teams that have a knack
6-0 367 for pulling upsets. Agase has been
4-1305 hampered, as all Northwestern
7-0 288 coaches in recent years, by a lackj
5-1 206 of depth. His front lines have been
6-0 172 laden with talent but beyond that
7-0 112 there has been little to speak of.
5-1 86 The Wildcat offense is led by
-2 a5- two experienced passers, seniors,
ted al- Bill Melzer and Dennis Boothe.
ty, Brig-
[ouston, Both have a great deal of experi-
Missis- ence at quarterback and Agase can
Sateh, turn to one or the other any time
s Tech,
he has to.!

it
4
,r
I'
is
i.

Chico Kurzawski, a 5-10
halfback and one of Aga
rushers, gained 84 yards i.
against Wisconsin. Kurza
a good pair of hands whi
him a dependable target fo
and Boothe.
Another junior, 212-lb.]
Bob Olson is the leading
gainer for 'Cats, having rE
285 yards in 80 carries for
age of 3.6.
The Wildcat defense is,
Wolverines must certainly
wary of this weekend. No
ern will use a multi-lin
defense in order to uti
depth of talent they've
for that position.
Dependence
Seniors Al Koranda (2
Ron Meid (210) plus jun
Cornell (210) are all seaso
formers who have been de
for the Wildcats this year,
Senior Bruce Gunstra,;

nai racx
ground
acked up
an aver-
what the
be mostI
rthwest-
ebacking
ilize the
stocked
200) and{
ior John 1
ned per-
pendable
a 225-lb.

PI KAPPA ALPHA

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to a
SPECIAL MASS RUSH MEETING
Tonight at 730

III

NHL Standings

The unbeaten Hoosiers, mean-
while, made the biggest jump of
the week, as they climbed from
tenth to seventh by romping over
Arizona 42-7. Fellow-Big Ten
member Purdue, by virtue of their
41-22 burial of Iowa, jumped a
notch to sixth.
But mighty Southern California
tightened its hold on the top spot
with a perfect score, as they won
their seventh in as many games
by conquering Oregon 28-6. The
Trojans received all 43 first-place
votes on this latest ballot.
Unbeaten UCLA, idle last week,
remained in the number two posi-
tion with 357 points, to 430 for the

The Top Ten, with fir
votes in parentheses, season
and total points on a 10-9-
4-3-2-1 basis:
1. Southern California (43)
2. UCLA
3. Tennessee
4. North Carolina State
5. Georgia
6. Purdue
7. Indiana
8. Wyoming
9. Colorado
10. Notre Dame
Others receiving votes, lis
phabetically: Alabama, Arm
ham Young, Florida State, H
Miami (Fla.), Minnesota,
sippi, Oklahoma, Oregon
Penn State, Texas, Virgini
Washington,

East Division
W L T Pts.

G

3Detroit 6 2 1. 13
Montreal 3 1 2 12
Boston 5 1 1 11
New York 4 1 3 11
Toronto 4 4 0 8
Chicago . 1 7 1 3
West Division
Los Angeles 4 2 2 10
Pittsburgh 3 6 1 7
Philadelphia- 3 3 1 7
California 2 5 2 6
Minnesota 2 3 2 6
St. Louis 1 5 2 4
Yesterday's Results
New York at Los Angeles, inc.
Today's Games
Montreal at Toronto
New York at California
Pittsburgh at Minnesota
E Boston at St. Louis

GF GA
32 24
22 15
31 16
27 20
26 20
20 41
26 22
26 29
14 17
23 30
16 23
14 '20

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