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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

5ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1967 THE MICIIH~AN DAILY

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Wolverines

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Wildcats

By BOB LEES
Last week Michigan and North-
western were both 1-4.
Last week Michigan and North-
xestern both went north in hopes
of breaking four game losing
streaks-the Wolverines to Min-
nesota and the Wildcats to Wis-
consin.
Last week Michigan lost another
fourth quarter decision, but North-
4 western beat the Badgers at their
own homecoming game.
Miracles do happen.
But so do breaks. And the Wild-
cats, until last week, seemed to
be having the same kind of bad
breaks that Michigan has been
excelling in-if you don't count
their 50-6 pasting at the hands of

The Lineups

Offense

Defense

(81)
(77)
(59)
(51)
(67)
(79)
(87)
(17)
(22)
(45)
(11)

NORTHWESTERN
Don Anderson (192)
Tom Ziolkowskl (232)
Angelo Loukas (220)
Jim Spenko (210)
Bruce Gunstra (225)
Don Denny (244)
Jeff Buckner (200)
Bill Melzer (183)
Chico Kurzawski (180)
Bob Olson (212)
John Anstey (190)

MICHIGAN

NORTHWESTERN

MICHIGAN

LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB

(88)
(76)
(72)
(58)
(60)
(73)
(97)
(22)
(18)
(40)
(48)

Jim Mandich
Bob Penksa
Ray Phillips
Joe Dayton
Bob Baumgartner
Pete Mair
Jim Berline
Dennis Brown
John Gabler
Ron Johnson
Garvie Craw

(215)
(225)
(229)
(225)
(219)
(228)
(185)
(175)
(208)
(196)
(211)

(29) Ed Paguette (215)
(78) Harvey Blue (285)
(58 Jack Rudnay (235)
(88) Mark Proskine (218)
(89) John Cornell (210)
(65) Don Ross (208)
(69) Ron Mied (210)
(49) Joe Hudson (200)
(34) Dennis Coyne (190)
(16) Dennis White (175)
(24) Tom Garretson (202)

LI
LT
RT
RE
LB
LB
LB
LB
HI
HB

Rice.
No Sting
Yet against Minnesota, the
breaks just didn't hold their sting.
Northwestern had started off
quickly, and was leading 17-7 in
*the fourth period when the Bad-
gers attempted a comeback in a{
pattern well-known to Wolverine
fans. But this time the Wildcats
were able to hold off their surging
opponents and claim their first Big
Ten victory.
And it was the 'Cat defense
which finally broke the jinx Lady
Luck had held over Coach Alex
Agase's squad. In a game marred
by nine fumbles, the offensive unit
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game at the Stadium begins at
1:30 and will be carried over
radio stations WWJ, 950 AM;
WPAG, 1050 AM; WAAM, 1600
AM; and WUOM, 91.7 FM.
turned the ball over to the Bad-
gers three times via bobbles inside
the 35-yard line. Each time the de-.
fensive unit, which aside from the
Rice disaster has held opponents
to less than two touchdowns perr
game, held up against the pressure.
The Badgers eventually scored
another TD, but it wasn't enough.
Straight 'T'
The biggest change in last
week's game, though, was in the
offensive backfield. For the first
five games, Agase had employed
a pro-type flankerback alignment,
using only Chico Kurzawski and
Bob Olson as running backs. Both
had performed well, but since the
opening game surprise win over

Miami the results were less than
adequate.
So game number six found the
Wildcats lined up in a straight T-
formation. Running out of the
fullback position was senior John
Anstey, a 187-pounder from Plea-
sant Ridge, Mich., who had carried
the ball only seven times in his
career, four times this, season. An-'
stey ended up gaining 79 yards in
21 attempts, almost two-thirds of"
Northwestern's rushing yardage"
against the Badgers.

The defense will probably line
up in a Notre Dame style. This
type of alignment employs four
linebackers, and is usually effec-
tive against the quarterbcak option
and short passes, both of which
Dennis Brown has used to a great3
extent so far.
The offensive unit is liable toj
come out in the straight T, the
pro-type wing T, or any variation
on them. "But we still emphasize
our running game," declared
Agase. "Kurzawski andaOlson have
done a real fine job, and Anstey

Even the defenses fine showing showed us something last week."
was attributable to offensive play-
ers, as two converted members of Walk-on

the offensive unit filled defensive
line positions. Ed Paquette, a jun-
ior who had begun this season in
the fullback position, was credited
with 12 solo tackles and six as-
sists at defensive end.
Tackle Jack Rudnay, a second-
year man who was shifted from
first-string center to the defense
when a series of injuries knocked:
out every defensive tackle, joined
Paquette to harass Badger quarter-
back John Ryan all afternoon.
Ryan ended up with -19 yards
rushing and eight for 25 passing.
Stronger Defense
But the defense should be even
stronger today when the Wildcats
take the field in Michigan Sta-
dium. Two of the injured tackles,
John Brandt and Frank Mullins,
should be ready to go again, and
Agase faces the pleasant prospect
of having to choose among them
and Rudnay. Moreover, this leaves
another choice at center, where
Rudnay's replacement, sophomore
Jim Spenko, has been doing a fine
job.

Yet the Wildcats have a quar-
terback who is more than adequate
in the pasing department if the
need should arise. Senior Bill Mel-
zer was a "walk-on" with his"
freshman squad, but established
himself as a solid starter last year.
"We've been delighted with his
play this year," Agase said, and
the statistics bear him out, as Mel-
zer has completed 50 per cent of
his passes for more than 700 yards.
Split end Don Anderson, Mel-
zer's favorite target, has grabbed
off 24 tosses thus far, but the sen-
ior is only one of many possible
targets for the 'Cats. The evei -
present Olson and Kurzawsi i,
along with end Jeff Buckner, have
caught their share.
Northwestern also places a great
deal of emphasis on their kicking
game. Junior Dick Emmerich,
whose 24-yard field goal last week
placed him in a tie for the school
career record in that category,
handles the place-kicking chores,
while Kurzawski, with a 40.0 yard
average, does the punting.

Much of that average, however,
comes from quick kicks, which
Ogase doesn't hesitate to employ
if necessary. Last year against the
Wolverines, Kurzawski bombed one
that ended up as a 46-yard gain
when the Wolverine backfield
played patty-cake with the pig-
skin and an alert Northwestern
end dove on it.
As for the Wolverines, last
week's fine showing against the
Gophers has brightened the out-
look considerably. The lineup, both
MSU Hosts
Rugby Club
The Michigan Rugby Club
travels to East Lansing to play
cellar-dwelling Michigan State
this afternoon. Though Michigan
is still lying second to Windsor in
the league standings, the team
could win the division title.
In previous encounters against
State this year, Michigan has
proved the better team. In the
pre-season opener at Detroit's
Tiger Stadium, Michigan won 3-0,
and three weeks ago Michigan
won again 3-0, while the 'B' team
had an easy 18-3 victory.
Also, on Sunday, Michigan's
most successful ball-players, the
unbeaten 'B' team, will host Den-
nison, Ohio. The game will be
played at Wines Field, with the
kick-off at 2 p.m.

E (91) Phil Seymour (195) LE
(75) Dick Williamson (227) LT
T (83) Roger Rosema (225) LB
(34) Dennis Morgan (215) LB
(90) Tom Stincic (217) LB
(70) Dave Porter (230) RT
(84) Jon Kramer (213) RE
(12) George Hoey (169) LCB
B (25) Tom Curtis (184) LS
(26) Jerry Hartman (170) RS
S (24) Brian Healy (170) RCB
on offense and defense, should be
basically the same as the ones
installed against Minnesota.
Quarterback Dennis Brown, who
almost pulled the game out of the
fire, will be joined again in the
backfield by fullback John Gabler
and halfbacks Ron Johnson and
Garvie Craw. Johnson, by gaining
108 yards' last week, brought his
season total to 648 yards, only 246
short of Tom Harmon's season
record, and with four games left
to play. Also,boffensive tackle Ray
Phillips will be at full strength.
Defensive Injuries
The defense should come out
once more in the four man line
forced on them by injuries. With
Tom Goss out due to a dislocated
elbow, senior Dick Williamson will
join Dave Porter at tackle. Flank-
ing them will be ends John Kra-
mer and Phil Seymour, with Den-
nis Morgan, Rocky Rosema, and
Tom Stincic at linebacker after
middle guard Dennis Monthei's in-
jury finished him for the season.
George Hoey, whose last-gasp
punt return in the waning seconds
last week nearly burst the Gopher
comeback bubble, joins Brian Hea-
ley at cornerback. Tom Curtis and
Jerry Hartmen are the deep men.
The Wildcats and the Wolver-
ines came out of their games last
week with a minimum of injuries,
despite the intensity of play in
each contest. Today's basement
contest might prove to be one of
the year's best matchups-pro-
vided the rain, sleet and snow
don't flood the cellar.

-Daily-Chuck Soberman
TOM STINCIC (90), Wolverine linebacker, dives to tackle North-
western halfback Chico Kurzawski (22) in last year's game. The
Wildcats came out on top, 28-20.

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By ANDY BARBAS
Barring any freak upsets, the
Bgig Ten standings will look the
same tomorrow as they have look-
ed this week. The four leaders in
the Big Ten, all take on second
division teams, and all are favored
to win by large margins.
Michigan State hosts the Ohio
State Buckeyes in a sellout home-
coming contest. The Spartans with
a 2-4 overall and a 2-1 conference
mark, hope the return of quarter-
back Jimmy Raye will help to ar-
rest a two game losing streak. Raye
was injured in a game with Min-.
nesota two weeks ago and missed
last week's game with Notre Dame.
However, the ribs which he had
bruised have healed enough for
him to play.
Ohio State, which has been re-
lying on a powerful running of-
fense, has been dealt a serious
blow with the loss of center John
Muhibach. The defensive line will
also be weakened without middle
guard, Vic Stottlemyer. The Buck-
eyes are presently 2-3 for the sea-
son and 1-2 in the Big Ten.
In another homecoming battle,
Indiana's cinderella football team
hosts the Badgers from Wisconsin.
The Hoosiers are presently ranked
seventh in the nation, are 3-0 in
Big Ten play, and have won their
first six games without a loss. Last
week they smothered Arizona 42-7,
their biggest point total since 1949.
Because of Indiana's success, the

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predicted attendance at today's
game has caused the erection of
bleachers at the ends of Indiana's
stadium to accommodate an ad-
ditional 3,100 fans.
The biggest question in Bloom-
ington is the condition of the star
Hoosier quarterback, Harry Gonso.
Gonso received a shoulder bruise
in last week's game and while
Coach John Pont expects him to
be ready for today's game, he may
not be used.
Wisconsin, meanwhile, is still
looking for its first victory of the
.season. They have lost to Wash-
ington, Arizona State, Michigan
State, Pittsburgh, and Northwest-
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Purdue, also ranked nationally,
takes on Illinois at Champaign.
The Boilermakers have a 5-1 sea-
son so far, losing only to Oregon
State, while beating Texas A & M,
Notre Dame, Northwestern, Ohio
State, and Iowa. Purdue's success
has been due largely to two soph-
omores, Mike Phipps and Leroy
Keyes. Phipps has already thrown
for over 1200 yards this year, while
Keyes is the nation's leading scorer
with 12 touchdowns this year while
rushing for 364 yards and catching
passes for an additional 608 yards.
Illinois, this season, has been hit
hard by injuries. Co-captain Ken
Kmiec has missed the last two
games with a fractured cheekbone,
and will be using a specially padd-
ed helmet today. Quarterbacks Bob
Naponic and Bob Bess and Defen-
sive lineman Fritz Harms are all
sidelined with injuries.
In another mismatch, Minnesota
meanders down to Iowa City to
take on the Hawkeyes. Minnesota
is 3-0 in the Big Ten and 5-1 over-
all. The Gophers' defense will be
Iowa's biggest problem. Minnesota
has only allowed an average of
7.3 points per game.
The Hawkeyes hopes lie with
quarterback Ed Podolak and his
option play. Podolak has thrown
for 935 yards and run for 274
yards. Iowa presently is 0-2-1 in!
league competition.

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