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Saturday, November 1, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Saturday, November 2j, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Sur prising

Badgers

threaten

Wolverine

bowl bid

THE LINEUPS
OFFENSE

By PAT ATKINS anyone to go to the Rose Bowl.
Halfway through last season So this is a key game for them,
Wisconsin's newly installed Tar- too. It would be ironic for them
tan Turf quietly and unobtrusive- to go though," he continues, "be-
ly began to turn black in patches. cause of the preseason predic-
It was symptomatic of the Bad- tions."
gers' efforts for the team finish- Wisconsin for t h e Rose Bowl
ed the year deeper in defeat than brought a quick chuckle f r o m
any previous Wisconsin squad. Badger Coach John Coatta. "I'm

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Upsets renew C alifornia dreamin'

MICHIGAN

WISCONSIN

88) Jim Mandich (222) TE 184) Mel Reddick (172) Come today's homecoming game not even talking about the Rose By TERRI FOUCHEY
171) Jack Harpring (225) LT (71) El Walker (292) at Michigan, neither the Badger Bowl. All I'm thinking about is W it h optimism in their atti-
(60) Bob Baumgartner (215) LG (61) Don Murphy (215) turf (dyed green free by the 3-M the Wolverines." tudes, health in their bodies, the
(53) Guy Murdock (210) C (51) Jim Fedenia (229) Company) nor their team (liven- Through six games this year, Pasadena city limits in their day-
(56) Dick Caldarazzo (222) RG (52) Brad.Monroe (225) ed by two upset wins) will be col- the Neil Graff-led offense has dreams and roses in their nos-
(72) Dan Dierdorf (225) RT (70) Mike McClish (274) ored for mourning. jmanaged 117 points, which is al- trils, the Big Ten teams are pre-
(80) Bill Harris (190) SE (40) Stu Voigt (222) No one knows this better than ready more than last year's 86 pared to begin this week's epi-
(27) Don Moorhead (200) QB (12) Neil Graff (187) Michigan Coach Bo Schembech- point total. sode of "Which team that was
42) Bill TTB 361 Joe Dawkins (218) ler. "Wisconsin has a real fine 'We've been able to move the knocked from contention last
(44) BresTaylor (15) TB 36) Aophwism(18) team, an excellent team," he says ball, but we've b e e n sporatic," week will rise from the ashes this
of a no longer hapless Wisconsin
(48) Garvie Craw (222) FB (37) Alan Thompson (206) squad which holds a 2-1 Big Ten Coatta says. With a lot of young week?"
record identical to the Wolver-players at key positions you run All the teams with 2-1 confer-
recrddenito this problem. ence records envision themselves
DThey have as good a chance as In fact, the Wisconsin offense as the beneficiaries of the rule
(90) Mike Keller (205) LE (8() Rudy Schmidt (205) is fifth in the Big Ten, one slot that will prohibit Ohio State from
(92)MFredKeera u(20)LE' (76)iRudy Schid(25) _ ahead of the Wolverines. Says going two years in a row. After
(92) Fred Grambau (230) LT (73) Jim DeLis e (235) Schembechler, "They h a v e a last weekend's upsets, even those
(39) Henry Hill (210) MG (38) Scott Lindsey (218) d l r young quarterback, two of the big- with 1-2 records see faint glim-
(82) Pete Newell (222) RT 176) Bill Gregory (243) gest, toughest backs I've e v e r merings of hope.
(55) Cecil Pryor (240) RE (81) Gary Buss (214) seen (halfback Joe Dawkins,
(70) Marty Huff (2201 lB 135) Chuck Winfrey (216) sophomore fullback Alan Thomp- Through the luck of schedules
(33) Mike Taylor (210) LB (11) Ed Albright (205) .son), and quick receivers (in ends made up years in advance, Indi-
(14) Frank Gusich (1921 RB (47) B. Yarborough (201) Mel Reddick and Stu Voight)." ana doesn't meet Ohio State this
year Th Hosies hd teirex-
(29) Barry Pierson (174) DB (29) Tom Shinnick (183) NIGHT EDITOR: Reddick is second to Michigan'sy press set full speed ahead for
(24) Brian Healy (170) DB (24) Neovia Greyer (195) ELLIOTT BERRY Jim Mandich in Big Ten pass re- Pasadena but were slightly de-
5) Tom Curtis19042) Dick Hyland (195) ig yardage, a n d Voight is railed during t h e i r stopover at
fourth. Both Dawkins and Thomp- Madison last week. They lost in
son are high in the rushing status, the last quarter when a two-pointA,
fourth and fifth in total yardage conversion attempt, which would
in the Big Ten. have tied the score, failed.
Michigan has tallied even more
points than Wisconsin with 182. The Hoosiers are meeting Mich- .M
,Wisconsin's defense has b e e n igan State's Spartans who have an K
moved upon (for 203 points), but even sadder tale of woe to tell.
I don't know if we can move on They lost by just one point and in
them," Schembechler says. With the last minute and 25 seconds.
halfback Glenn Doughty and It can be expected that with
wingback John Gabler back in the both teams coming off losses
line-up for today's game, their neither would have much psycho-rL
chances will be improved. logical advantage. This is the way
The point of departure for the Indiana head coach John Pont
two teams could well be the dif- views the game. "Both teams willIowa's 1itlin(Y attack ('uell
ference in defensive ability. What be up for the game since both "
kept Wisconsin in their two win- are mad because of their losses ly expect to regain that tit 1 e "'
ning games was offensive capabil- Besides t h e Indiana-Michigan against a team that allowed only
ity. State rivalry is excellent incen- 70 yards total rushing last weekB i, T n
In last week's Michigan-Minne- tive in itself." and isn't known for its holes any-
Michigan State head coach Duf- where. Con
fy Daugherty disagrees with Pont Iowa knows it was lucky to beat
T h e Michigan - Wisconsin slightly, "Neither will have the MSU in the last two minutes andIV
game will be broadcast start- advantage of coming off a loss, against Minnesota it will get a Ohio State 3
ing at 1:30 on radio stations but I think Indiana has a slight chance to prove what it can do Purdue 21
WWJ, 950 AM; WPAG, 1050 advantage in knowing they've lost during the other 58 minutes of a MICHIGAN 21
AM; WAAM, 1600 AM; and only once while we realize that game. Indiana 21
WUOM, 91.7 FM. everything would have to fall ex- Minnesota has size but no speed onsin 2
actly our way because of our two and not much else going for itNorthwestern
losses." I Last week against Michigan the
sota game, the Wolverines slow- Another team which considers Gophers were able to muster only Iowa 12
ed the Gophers to a sputtering 75 itself an excellent second-best to three field goals while their de- Michigan State 1
yards net rushing, their best the Buckeyes is Purdue, T h e y fense played dead for almost the Minnesota 03
showing since the opening Van- have the pleasure of meeting Ill- whole second half. Illinois 03
derbilt game. nois which w a s demolished by --, ,-
T hey'll need a like perform ance O hio State 41-0 last w eek.bytd . "W s n$ha be n i -! A t e s me me he B l r
today. "Wisconsin has been im- At the same time the Boiler-
proving for the last three weeks," makers were taking care of somee
Schembechler notes. Three weeks of their own spoiling rather than
ago they beat Iowa 23-17, scoring waiting for someone else to do The Alumni Associatior
all their points in the fourth quar- for them. They brought North-
ter. Then the Badgers lost to the sern down from the clouds by
Wildcats 27-7, and turned around ing the Wildcats their first'6
Fty 5 T . to edge Indiana 36-34. confeenceloss
two will find that denying Rose On the way to a 45-20 victory
Af.;tertdysgae nafl h~cifeec os
Bowl ispiratlons becomes ever Mike Phipps managed to break
more spurious. The other will two more Purdue career offense invites }ou to
-Daily-Jim Dieh know, of course, that any mourn- records. Against the Illini, who
ing would have been better inare weak just about every cate-
Secondary moves in for the kill .aa" na gory, he can be expected to pro- POST-GAMEEC
duce more of the same results.
The Buckeyes will make certain__cfor
/ ]Qthe Wildcats are not only down
Vols scrap with Bulldogs in top Dixie battle from the clouds but are consid-H.. "Fritz" Crisl
P fjerably into the earth burying any H .~ rt"Cil
dreams of Pasadena.
By JOE MARKER Auburn's past opponents, which of the season, a 31-24 setback at leaders include top-ranked Ohio The Wildcats had been the lead-
Contributing Editor included Tennessee and LSU. the hands of Colorado. State at Northwestern, Boston ers in team rushing prior to the Nov. 1-4:30 to 6:30
Te The Tigers rely on a defense Texas and Arkansas should College at fifth-ranked Penn Purdue battle but they can hard-
Twhich ranks second in the coun- have no trouble in maintaining State, Washington at UCLA (9), - Alumni Assembly Hall-Michig
schould be the scene of some of try overall and seventh in pass their perfect Southwest confer- and Navy at Notre Dame (10).
the most hectic football action this defense, and on a home j i n x ence records, as they roll toward Ohio State isn't expected to
year, as its three co-leaders Ten- which has brought several prev- a showdown in the final game of have much trouble running its rr'r erhSR
nessee, LSU, and Florida, all tack- ious Florida teams to ruin, the season. The second-ranked victory string to 20 straight-and'..RA Ep
The other slam-bang affair in Longhorns engage Chuck Hixson six for the season-against the q__q___a__ $a y} , pp G
le rugged opponents, with the pre- the Southeast pits arch-rivals and SMU but should be able to Wildcats, stung 45-20 by Purdue CHOSEN OF GOD?
miei' game the match-up of third- Mississippi and LSU at Jackson, run through the Southern Metho- last week.
rated Tenne'see and the stin y Mt's., in a battle of spectacular dist line at will. Arkansas, whichl w
Georgia Bulldogs, offenses. Charley McClendon's j has piled up 191 points while giv- But Buckeye Coach Woody What does the Bible say about
The Volunteers h a v e breezed eighth-ranked Tigers have 1 o s t up only 27 against its patsy op- Hayes will have a wary eye to Israel and the Middle East?'
i th eisthrough their schedule ihout five of their iat seven meetings ponents, should have no trouble the past. In 1958, Hayes unde-
'tainon thei sredg thnof- with Ole Miss but are rated fav- crushing Texas A&M, winner of feated and top-ranked club was Free book on this age-old
n whic h lmot orites on the strength of a 36- only two games. upset by Northwestern 21-0 in the conflict available to Jewish /
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