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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 14, 1968

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 14, 1968

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M' Frosh to face undefeated Rockets

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By JOE MARKER
Toledo sends its high-flying
freshman football scoring machine
against the Michigan frosh tomor-
row night at Ann Arbor H i g h
School's Holloway Field.
The contest, which begins at
7:30 and is Michigan's second and
last game, should provide a mark-.
ed contrast to last year's defensive
struggle, a 15-3 Wolverine triumph
featured by three field goals and
a safety.
A comparison of games against
their o n e common opponent,
Bowling Green, does little to sep-
arate the two teams, who feature
offenses that can score at will.
The Wolverines marched for
487 yards in crushing the Falcons
43-6, while Toledo, who is 5-0
for the season, rolled up a 42-12
verdict over the same outfit.
LOTS OF BACKS
Michigan coach Bill Dodd has
so many good backfield men that
he can afford to be undecided on
his starting offense. For instance,
at quarterback, he has the task of
deciding between southpaw Bruce
Elliott and Dennis Connell, both
more than adequate performers.
In the Bowling Green game, Con-
nell started, while Elliott moved
to the defensive backfield.
Similar dilemmas face Dodd at
the, other positions. Either John
Seyferth or Frank Gusich rates
the nod at fullback. Billy Taylor,
who led the Michigan ground
game to 321 yards against Bowling
Green, seems all set to go at the
tailback slot.
However, Tom Darden is battl-
ing Glenn Doughty for the flanker
assignment. If Darden starts,

of quarterback Chuck Ealey. He
has two outstanding receivers in
Donny Fair and Tom Robey and
uses them liberally.
In addition to his passing prow-
ess..Ealey is also the team's lead-
ing rusher as a scrambling quar-
terback a la Fran Tarkenton.
About the only way to stop such
a double-threat performer is to
put on a fierce rush by the line-
men, which is Dodd's main defen-
sive objective.
INJURED DEFENSE
This is easier said than done,
however, as the frosh line, as it
has been all season, remains
plagued by injuries. Leon H a r t
and Mike Hall, who represent over
a quarter t o n of beef between
them, will not see any action. In
addition, Tom Beckman, who has
a bruised knee, and Mike Taylor,
sporting a sprained wrist are def-
initely question marks, along with
huge Neil Borel.
With the effectiveness of the
line reduced by injuries, the de-
fensive backfield assumes in-
creased importance. They simply
must be able to stop Ealey's aer-
ial onslaught if Michigan is to
win. It is perhaps with this in
mind that Dodd might shift of- I
fensive stars Bruce Elliott a n d
Glenn Doughty to the defensive
unit.
What it all boils down to is this:
The Wolverines, with their offen-
sive talent, should be a b I e to
score on the Toledo defense. If
they can stop Ealey, they will no 1
doubt win. If they can't, the game
might be a repetition of last
week's Northwestern-Iowa circus,
an event in which 102 points were
scored.

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Doughty will switch to the de- fenders delight in upsetting op-
fensive unit. Mike Oldham is also I posing offenses by stunting at the
being challenged at the split end i line. The Wolverines will combat
position by Paul Seymour, younger 1 this by attempting to establish
brother of Notre Dame's Jim Sey- the running game early, opening
mour and cousin of Michigan's up later with passes.
own Phil Seymour. In the words of Coach Dodd,
The reader should not get the "They have a team that moves
impression that just because the around. Last year theyt blitzeda
Wolverine backfield is loaded with lot. Comparing the defense with
talent, they will r o 11 over the Bowling Green's, Dodd observed,
Rocket defense. Toledo's quick de- "Toledo's defense is not as big

as Bowling Green's, but they are
quicker." If the Rockets' distract-
ing tactics can confuse the Michi-
gan offense, we may see a repiti-
tion of last year's rock-ribbed de-
fensive struggle.
However, t h e game's outcome
will more likely hinge on Michi-
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AMERICANS DISAPPOINTING: [
Ashe upset in British tennis tourney

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LONDON (P) - The surprise
elimination of Arthur Ashe, Amer-
ican's Open champion, created a
furor yesterday in the British Cov-
ered Courts Tennis Championship.
Ashe, who last week led the
U.S. Davis Cup team to an Inter-
Zone victory over India in Puerto
Rico, lost to a little known Briton,
Gerald Battrick 6-1, 6-4, 6-2.
Later, in an informal interview,
the American admitted he gave
only 80 per cent effort.
One of the tournament direc-
tors, Derek Penman, said he was
disappointed over Ashe's perform-
ance and the first round defeat
of two other U.S. Davis Cup aces,.
Clark Graebner and Charlie Pasa-
rell.

Indicating that he felt that the man who two weeks ago upset semble imminente, la confrontation est inevitable.
Americans weren't giving their Tom Okker of The Netherlands. D'audacieix revolutionnaires marxistes s'opposant a la creation

best efforts, he said he planned
to discuss the matter with. Donald
Dell, U.S. Davis Cup captain, whoj
is scheduled to arrive here today.
"Any comment I have to make
will only come after I have seen;
the American captain," Penman
said.
A whisky firm is sponsoring the
tournament and arranged to pay
expenses for the U.S. players in
hope that the American's presence
would boost the gate for the semi-
finals and final over the weeks
end.
Ashe served at half-pace andj
often made only half-hearted at-
tempts to return the ball in hisI

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Graebner No. 2 and Pasarell No. 3. s'est empresse de les rassurer en leur avouant que ce seul acte
Stan Smith, Bob Lutz and Jim js tst p sse sratsuerjenaIs ravnt qe esealr cte
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Smith, 'from Pasadena, Calif., Aux dernieres nouvelles nous venons d'apprendre qu'Eric-le-
defeated John Barrett of Britain Rouge et Mark Rudd sont en route pour Ann Arbor afin d'apporter
8-6, 6-2, 6-2. Lutz, from Los An- leur soutien a leur courageux camarades.
geles, ousted Jim Crump, Britain,
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