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Saturday, 'November 2, 1968,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday, November 2, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Wildcats

return home;

Wolverines

wary

of

upset

By PHIL BROWN
Before the 1968 football season
even got started, people were say-
ing that Northwestern would be
a force to reckon with inthe Big
Ten-if they could survive their
first five games.
In the first weeks of the cam-
paign the Wildcats faced such,
national powers as Miami, Notre
Dame, Southern Cal, Purdue, and
Ohio State, and somewhat pre-
dictably lost to all of them.
But the idea was that by swap-
ping blows with such power-
houses before playing the run-of-
the-mill Big Ten schools North-
western would just have to get
tougher, and therefore make
things very difficult for their re-
maining opponents.
So last week the Wildcats got
their first victory, edging the
frustrated Wisconsin Badgers 13-
10 in a contest closely resembling
a Shaw comediy.
NOT RIGHT
It was not the kind of win the
Wildcats had been looking for.
The Badgers' had gone winless in
15 straight games, and North-
western was heavily favored. Yet
they eventually won the game
only on a sensational break.
Leading 10-6 late in the game,
the Badgers sprung loose a speedy
halfback, who headed down the
sideline with what should have
been the frosting on a Badger vic-
tory cake.
But it was not to be, alas. The
halfback suddnely pulled up short
with a leg cramp, he was promptly
dumped, and Northwestern came

STARTING LINEUPS

MICHIGAN

OFFENSE

(88)
(76)
(56)
(52)
(61)
(72)
(80)
(22)
(18)
(40)
(48)
(91)
(65)
(90)
(39)
(97)
(74)
(55)
(26)
(25)
(38)
(12)

Jim Mandich
Bob Penksa
Dick Caldarazzo
Dave Denzin
Stan Broadnax
Dan Dierdorf
Bill Harris
Dennis Brown
John Gabler
Ron Johnson
Garvie Craw
Phil Seymour
Tom Goss
Tom Stincic
Henry Hill
Ed Moore
Dan Parks
Cecil Pryor
Jerry Hartman
Tom Curtis
Bob Wedge
George Hoey

TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
SE
QB
F
TB
FB

(80)
(79)
(59)
(55)
(54)
(77)
(86)
(15)
(22)
(34)
(45)

NORTHWESTERN
Bruce Hubbard
Don Denny
Angelo Loukas
Joe Zigulich
Mike Sikich
Tom Ziolkowski
Pat Harrington
Dave Shelbourne
Chico Kurzawski
Mike Adamle
Bob Olson

SE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
LH
RH
FB

DEFENSE

LE
LT
LLB
MG
RLB
RT
RE
LCB
LS
RS
RCB

(89)
(74)
(70)
(88)
(66)
(52)
(65)
(49)
(16)
(12)
(14)

John Cornell
Bill Galler
Frank Mullins
Mark Proskine
Joel Hall
Ray Forsthoffer
Don Ross
Mike Hudson
Dennis White
Rich Dean
Rich Field

LE
LT
RT
RE
OLB
ILB
ILB
OLB
HB
HB
S

-Daily-Andy Sacks
WOLVERINE FULLBACK Garvie Craw, known 'more for his
blocking than his running, rips off a good gain in Michigan's
33-20 win over Minnesota. His very presence adds versatility to
the Wolverine offensive attack.
back with a last-minute touch- the season reverses this impres-
down for the win. sion.

All bf this could lead one to
believe that maybe the Wildcats
really are a pretty bad football
team, but their record earlier in

Grid frosh get fast start,
whip Bowling Green, 43-6

Their fifth loss, following sound
drubbings by the Irish, Hurricanes,
Boilermakers and Trojans, was a
heartbreaking 45-21 screamer to
Ohio State. The Wildcats held the
Buckeyes to a tie through three
quarters before the Yolumbus jug-
gernaut ripped through their de-
fense for four fourth-period
scores.
So last week Northwestern was
probably due for a letdown and
it couldn't have come at amore
oportunte time. Now the Wildcats
have had a chance to regroup be-
hind Dave Shelbourne their sur-
prising sophomore quarterback,
and are reportedly approaching

a rabid state for today's battle
with our high-flying Wolverines.
Michigan, by contrast, goes in-
to the contest in better shape then
they've enjoyed all year, lacking
only cornerback Brian Healy from
the lineup which has started since
the Duke game.
The Wolverines have been in-
creasingly impressive in every
game they have played since losing
to California in the season opener.
They have played in two
straight homecoming contests,
whipping Indiana in Blooming-
..
daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL BROWN

. ~ Special to. The Daily
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - If
there were a Rose Bowl for fresh-
man football teams, the novice
Michigan gridders would have a
solid chance to go.
Last night the Wolverine frosh
went to Bowling Green and anni-
hilated the injury-riddle Falcons,
43-6.
Michigan piled up a 30-0 half-
time lead on the passing of Den-
nis Connel and the running of
Billy Taylor,, Connell struck late
in the first quarter on a 13-yard
pass to Tom Huskins for the first
Michigan score.
On the first play ' after the
kickoff Mike Taylor recovered
a fumble on the Falcon 18.
After a seven-yard pass to
Mike Oldham, 'Taylor ran for the
Score. Taylor's second score came
on a one-yard run, the big play
in the drive being a 32-yard pass
from. Connel to Glenn Doughty.
The defense, while .holding
Bowling Green to only one first
down in the half, managed to get
in the scoring themselves. With
3:28 left in the second quarter,
Taylor, Alden Carpenter and Tom
Carpenter tackled BG quarter-
back ;Dick Davis in his own end
zone for a safety.
Michigan's fourth touchdown
came with only 40 second left in
the half on Bruce Elliott's 21-yard
strike to Bob Rosema.
Reserves took over for the most
part in the second half but looked
as good as their first-string coun-
terparts as Elliott scored two
touchdowns in the third quarter.
The final Wolverine score_ camne in
the fourth quarter on Preston
Henry's short run.
Dana! Coin contributed by boot-
ing five out of six conversion at-
'tempts.
Bowling Green finally got on the
scoreboard in the final period on
Stu Shestina's toss to Finis
Daily.

The frosh play Toledo in two
weeks at Ann .Arbor High School.
Toledo played Bowling Green ear-
lier in the season and came away
with a 43-12 victory.

ton and mauling the Minnesota
Gophers last week in the friend-
lier confines of Michigan Sta-
dium.
Dennis Brown continues to
thrill Wolverine fans with his op-
tion plays while Ron Johnson
baters opposing. lines for moun-
tains of yardage, very possibly
en hout to an All-America berth.
The sum of these factors should
logically be a victory for Michigan
in a scrappy, and possibly close
game. But Michigan coach Bump
Elliott sees things just a little dif-
ferently.
Elliott has been brooding about
Northwestern for weeks, seeing
the makings of an upset in the
developing situation. And if there
could be a classic upset situation,
this would have to be a prime
example.
FIVE STRAIGHTk
After five consecutive victories,
three of them over some of the
Big Ten's toughest teams, the
Wolverines may be due for the
same kind of letdown that almost
did the Wildcats in against Wis-
consin.
"Our biggest problem will be in
getting up for this game," Elliott
remarked early in the week. "We
simply can't afford any kind of
letdown. We think we have to. win
every game we have left before
we can even think of anything
else."
The "else" obviously refers to
a trip west over the Christmas
vacation, but Elliott and his as-
sistant coaches are reluctant to
admit entertaining even the
vaguest thoughts of a bowl bid.
"We know ' that Northwestern
is a good football team," Elliott
continued. "They're especially
tough defensively, and we'll have

to move the ball to hope to win."
Moving the ball has been a
Michigan forte of late, with the
early score another Wolverine
trademark. Michigan scored the
first time the team got the ball
against both Indiana and Mich-
igan State, and the second time
against Minnesota.
It will be worth watching today

to see if the Wolverines can serveI
up some first-quarter lightningI
for the Wildcats. If not, the game
could revert to a defensive stand-
off likes last year's battle between
these long-time rivals. Michigan
won 7-3 last season.
The contest boils down to a
battle of " attitude" or "team
spirit."

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EMPHASIZE CONDITIONING:
Cagers run toward opener

Michigan on paper is good
enough to defeat the Wildcats by
three touchdowns, but they face
Northwestern in a homecoming
situation which could easily
change everything.
So it's the downtrodden Wild-
cats versus the whiz-kid Wolver-
ines, and won't it be fun.

-Daily-Larry Robbins
BRIAN HEALY cuts upfield with his second interception of the season in last week's Homecoming
win over Minnesota's Gophers. It was on this play, however, that Healy suffered a shoulder dis-
location, forcing him out of today's game against Northwestern.

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THE ACTION is right here in Michigan and YOU
con be a vital force in a CLOSE election by helping
become our NEW Congressman.
If you want to help anytime between now and November 5th,
call 662-4474 or 665-9836.

By BILL CUSUMANO
The opening game of basketball
season is still a month away, but
the Wolverine cagers have been
at their task since October 15.
Yesterday coach Johnny Orr
unveiled his troops for the first;
time in a f u 11 intrasquad
scrimmage, complete with officials.
While the group that can gener-
ally be considered the first string-
ers rolled up 105 points, the score
really doesn't matter as the work-
out was used more as a prdving
ground for the coaches.
Court mentors Orr and F r e d
Snowden were trying to get an
idea as to the extent of the team's
progress to this date and came
off well pleased. They have in-
stituted a running offense that
requires a well conditioned team
and yesterday's performance
showed, that If "nothing else the
players are in good shape.
Assistant coach Snowden felt
that the squad demonstrated good
conditioning considering how long
they have been in practice and
that this was particularly impres-
sive since they "did well after a
tough week of practice."'
Practice has been tough because
to play the' barnburning, fast
break styleof basketball requires
players with great endurance.
Snowden points out that it is the
type of game that "needs a lot of
work" and is something that the
team must gradually work up to.
Michigan fans will remember
that running was not the Wolver-
ines' forte last year, but a change
can be expected in the upcoming
season. The coaches feel that their
material is geared to a breaking
attack, especially in the case of
the big men.
Dennis Stewart, Rudy Tomjano-
vich and Bob Sullivan are all par-
ticularly quick for their size and
demonstrated this speed yester-
day.
ullivan and Stewart were both
hitting the outlet passes for the
break and still managing to fill
the lanes on the way down court.
And, of course, the ability of
Tomjanovich to clear the boards
along with the other two is also
an essential factor.
To run a break, though, a 'team
also needs fast guards who can
handle the ball, and Ken Maxey
and Dan Fife fit the bill yester-

day. Both were triggering easy lay-
ups fr6m their key positions in the
middle of the break.
When not running the team also
demonstrated an ability to handle
a pattern offense which leaves the
way open to such free lancing as
the backdoor and one-orb-one
moves.
The offense is a multiple affair

with room for a lot of action either
off a pivot man or without one.
Actually, it is a combination of a
no-pivot offense devised by Orr
and a pivot attack developed by
Snowden.
By December 2, Michigan should
be able to present a new act in the
Events Building other than some
faceless concert performer.

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WITH SPECIAL
ONE-DAY-ONLY BARGAINS

FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
TOTAL NO. OF RUSHES
NET YARDS - Rushing
Passing
FORWARD PASSES
ATTEMPTED
Completed
Intercepted by
Yards interceptions
returned
TOTAL PLAYS
(Rushes and Passes)
PUNTS, Number,
Average distance
KICKOFFS, returned by
YARDS KICKS
RETURNED'
Punts
Kickoffs
FUMBLES, Number
Ball lost by
PENALTIES, Number
Yards penalized
MICHIGAN 14
BOWLING GREEN 0

MICH.
29
22
6
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321
166
18
8
3
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20
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47
9
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