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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10;1991

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

REJMA RKS
by Cliff Marks
IF
The Aftermath
"If you stop and analyze the game, you'll see thatwe were a'bit
lucky in the first half," said Michigan Coach Bump Elliott after his
team drubbed Army 38-8.
He was referring to the two Army fumbles in the first quarter
which an opportunistic Michigan squad turned into a quick 10-0 lead.
The early lead for the second week in a row also made it possible for
the Wolverines to keep any new wrinkles under wraps until Saturday's
crucial Michigan State contest.
Michigan did use one new play, a quarterback keeper in which
Dave Glinka rolls out one way and the other backs all go the opposite,
way. "This gives us more variety," Elliott said.
Of course, Elliott also had a chance to let everyone play
\ against both UCLA and Army which will help the depth situation.
This prompted Army Coach Dale Hall to remark about Michigan's
supposed lack of depth. "No depth, Ha! They used 59 men, which
is more than we can get out for the team."
"We're still improving in our depth problem," Elliott said, "but
we've got to with our schedule. The boys down the line will certainly
help out later on."
Back to the Army game for a moment,; cadet quarterback Dick
Eckert was asked why he didn't throw more. "We realized that our
only chance was to throw against that rugged Michigan line, but the
score was 17-0 before we even got organized."
Army Coach Dale Hall echoed his quarterback. "We never had the
ball out where we could throw in the first quarter," he said, "and be-
sides, that Michigan line wasgiving us a big rush the whole half."'
N t Enough Rishing...
"We weren't giving them enough of a rush in the second half,"
Elliott said, "and Eckert had time to find the open man." The Army
passer did so 15 of 21 times in the second half.
The play that gave the Michigan secondary fits was one which
saw the halfback go in motion and cut behind the lonesome end to take
a pass in the flat. Michigan State scouts probably took careful note of
this as Eckert had strings of four and three completions in Army's only
touchdown drive.
A press box observer noted some devious Michigan strategy
on the fourth score which sophomore Bruce McLenna chalked up.
With the Wolverines on the Army seven, halfback Bennie McRae
came in after sitting out much of the second half with a slightly
bruised knee. The Army defense stacked their left side in wait of
McRae and McLenna went over practically unnoticed.
It is understandable why the cadets were'watching McRae, who
had his best day in three years. He led Michigan ground gainers with'
95 yards in nine carries.
McRae's speed as well as Dave Raimey's prompted Hall to say,
"Michigan has speedy halfbacks that are balanced by (Bill) Tunni-
cliff's powerful running ability. He failed to mention Glinka, who ran
five times for a six-yard average. fluI i
Michigan Well Balanced.. .
One player who didn't receive much attention Saturday was re-
serve quarterback Bob Chandler, who threw his first Michigan touch-
down pass. His perfect aerial to end Bob Brown finished off the rout
and partially answered several question's as to "just how good a passer
is Chandler?" He's good, but just how good remains to be seen as he
continues to further test the knee that he injured at East Lansing
exactly one year ago.
Elliott summed up Saturday's encounter by saying that he was
generally pleased, "especially with the hard hitting, and the
kicking. Maentz did a real fine job of punting, and Bickle is one
of the really good kickers," he said..
"We had some real good offensive breaks, just as we did against
UCI4, which eanabled us to turn two potentially close games into
runaways."
He forgot to add that it is the mark of a champion to take advan-
tage of those breaks and the scoreboard speaks for the Wolverines.

McRAE, RAIMEY READY:
Michigan Ranked 2nd

By DAVE GOOD
Michigan came out of Satur-
day's game against Army with
two things to make its rooters
happy-good health and the No.
2 ranking in the UPI's national
poll.
Starting halfbacks Dave Raimey
and Bennie McRae, both hurt in
the first half of the Army game,
will be ready to go against Mich-
igan State Saturday.
Raimey, who suffered a bruised
right hip after carrying the ball
only three times in the first quar-

ter, the last for a touchdown, will
suit up for practice today.
McRae hurt his right leg in the
second quarter but came back to
score one touchdown and set up
another. He practiced yesterday
but went in early.
Guard Joe O'Donnell, still wear-
ing a protective cast for the hair-
line fracture of his left arm, is
still a doubtful starter, but Jim
Ward and Lee Hall were not hurt
seriously Saturday.
Although Michigan's trouncings
of nationally ranked UCLA and

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Army have moved the team past
everybody except Mississippi in
the ratings, Coach Bump Elliott is
still a little skeptical:
"UCLA is not as good as some
people thought, of course, but
they're still a good team," com-
mented Elliott. He didn't have
to add that the Bruins nearly
pulled off an upset of strong
Ohio State Saturday.
"Army was untested and nobody
knew how good they were, but
they're a good team, too, and will
improve," he added.
Tough Defense
The tough Wolverine defense,
which held the Cadets to a net
yardage of only 15 yards on the
ground, still caused Elliott some
concern by allowing quarterback
Dick Eckert to complete 22 of 33
passes, most of them for short
yardage.
Although Elliott didn't want to
say so, the miserly 120 yards
yielded to the ground attack of
UCLA and Army are a good indi-
cation that the defense, bulwark-
ed Saturdaydby John Minko, Tom
Keating and Jeff Smith in the
line and Jack Strobel, Ken Tur-
eaud and Ed Hood in the sec-
ondary, is as good as last year's
when it was the best in the Big
Ten.
Encouraging Play
Elliott expressed encourage-
ment over the play of his quar-
terbacks, even though Dave Glin-
ka and his replacements havel

in Poll
completed only 6 for 19 passes in
an air attack -which has not been
needed yet.
Glinka, who has had some -of
his passes dropped, has directed
the offence capably and has been
running effectively himself.
Elliott said that one of Glinka's
substitutes, gimpy - kneed Bob
Chandler, has been getting better
at moving back from the line after
he takes the snap from center.
Chandler has thrown the Wolver-
ines' only touchdown pass so far,
a 36-yarder to end Bob Brown.

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'By ROY FRAZIER
and GARY WINER
Coach Bump Elliott should have.
attended yesterday afternoon's
I-M "A" action, he might have
found two prospects for next
year's team.
Dave Monroe was one of the
standouts, hauling in three touch-
down passes and accounting for
twenty points altogether, as Adams
downed Chicago, 26-24. Ironically,
it was Chicago's quarterback Ron
Gilchrist who provided more ac-
tion by throwing. six passes and
completing them all with two go-
ing for touchdowns.
Battling to maintain their dis-
tinction of having never been
scoredsonthisdyear, Huber "B"
team tasted defeat yesterday as
Wenley pulled a big upset and
won 2-0.;
A determined Michigan House
"A" team scored with one minute
remaining in the game to beat
Hinsdale House 12-6 to highlight
the evening I-M action.
The outcome of the game was
in doubt from the start as Hins-
dale scored first on a pass from
Roger Winn to Gene Quinn. Mich-
igan fought back to tie the score
on a pass from Jim Nelson to
Greg Sobek. Sobek made a muscle-
straining attempt and made a
running catch for the touchdown.'
Both teams failed to make the
extra point.
Fourth Down Try
Michigan tried unsuccessfully
to score on a fourth down play
that took them to the Hinsdale
5 yard line. After Hinsdale was
forced to kick from their own 1
yard line, Jim Nelson tossed a
pass to Phil Carlson to set up the
final Michigan score on the 10-
yard line. Then Nelson again

passed to Greg Sobek for the
winning touchdown. 4
RESIDENCE HALL 'A'
Adams 26, Chicago 22
Cooley 7, Hayden 6
Huber 18, Reeves 0
Kelsey 20, Anderson 0
Michigan 12, Hinsdale 6
Scott 9, Allen-Rumsey 8
Taylor 6, Lloyd 0
Wenley 6, Greene 0
Williams 16, Winchell 2
RESIDENCE HALL 'B'
Adams 18, Williams 12
Allen-Runmsey.6, Strauss 0
Gomberg 30, Michigan 0
Kelsey 12, Lloyd 0
Reeves over Hayden by forfeit
Scott 14, Chicago 0'
Taylor 8, Van Tyne 0

E

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to score 15 right.
Somehow she was able to figure that Kentucky would upset
Auburn, Louisiana State would take Georgia Tech, Harvard would get
past Cornell and Iowa State would top Oklahoma.
Three of her misses came on upsets that didn't come off,'like
Indiana over Wisconsin, Kansas State over Nebraska, and Oregon over
Minnesota.
Claus Sherler, the runner-up, was the only other one who got as
many as 14 right. Most of the scores ranged from eight to 11 right.
To enter this week's contest for two free tickets to the Michigan
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