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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COACH ALTERS OFFENSE:
Irish Emerge As Grid Power

Experience Strengthens Hockey Defense

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By STEVE GALL
During the last eight weeks of
the football season the Fighting
Irish of Notre Dame have brought
back the exciting and unforget-
able tradition that once reigned
in South Bend.
Undefeated in eight games they
have moved up to the No. 1
ranking in the country. Largely
responsible for this is the emerg-
ence of dynamic young Ara Par-
seghian as coach, leader and spir-
itmaster. His predilection for win-
ning has reminded many of the
great Knute Rockne Era in the
1920's.

rell. "We , all caught the fever
with the first words that Coach
Parseghian said to the squad." He
said, "We will win.
Parseghian took charge in the
spring and revamped the wholeI
offensive sequence. He disposed of
the split-T attack and introduced
the I-formation with three backs
directly in back of the quarter-
back.
Wide-Open Attack
At Northwestern he popularized
the wide open passing gameI
around quarterback Tom Myers.
At Notre Dame he found a rea-
sonable counterpart in John Hu-
arte. senior side-arm thrower from

performed brilliantly. In eight
,games Huarte has thrown for
more than 1200 yards, and Snow
has already broken Notre Dame's 1
pass reception record.
Last Saturday on national tele-
vision, Coach Parseghian and his1
Irish maintained their top rank-j
ing by trouncing Michigan State
34-7. Quarterback Huarte threw
for one touchdown, ran for an-
other and continually baffled
State defenders.l
On the second play from scrim-
mage, sophomore back Nick Eddy
set the crowd in a frenzy with a
spectacular dash of 61 yards for
the first score. The Irish were
off and running and before the
Spartans could recover, Notre
Dame had exploded to a 20-0
halftime lead.
The Irish defense, which leads"
the country in rushing defense,
was equally effective as it hell
Spartan rushers on three differ-1
ent drives inside the 20-yard line.t
Iowa, today's opponent, and
Southern Cal remain the. onlyf
two obstacles between Notre Dame1
and its first undefeated national{
championship team since 1949.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the sec- year of experience and are back-
ond of a three-part series analyz- edubyanwcoofirter
ing this year's hockey team, and ed up by a new crop of first year
its chances to repeat as national men.
champions.
One of the returning letter-
"The defense has a long way to men, Tom Polonic, developed
go, but it's in better shape than it enough last year to be named to
was last year at this time," com- the NCAA All-Tournament Team
mented Coach Al Renfrew in prac- and the All-America squad. Po-;
tice earlier this week in summing Ionic was also the sixth leading
up the defensive potential of tlis scorer in the Western Collegiate
year's Wolverine hockey squad. Hockey Association and the lead-
ing point getter among defense-
Last year in pre-season esti- men in the league.
mates, Michigan's laick of ex-
perience on defense was consid- Aside from his other honors,
Polonic received the annual award
M.OSU Filmgiven by the Denver Post to the
-ims outstanding sophomore in the
i '. - - .,,k WCHA.

doing a real good job," Renfrewc
remarked.1
Also returning at defensive po-i
sitions are senior Dave Newton
and junior Rick Day. Neither New-
ton nor Day saw much action
last year but should play more
this season.
Promising Sophst
Two sophomores who may de-t
velop into regulars on defense areI
Hank Brand, from Sarnia, On-
tario, and Mark Thompson, a Min-
nesota All-Stater from St. Paul. t
A sophomore forward who Ren-
frew says may be converted toE
defenseman is Tom Schiller,
nephew of former Wolverine de-t
fensive standout Bob Schiller.
"We cannot tell exactly whot
will be playing until we see how
the players react under game con-
ditions," Renfrew explained. "Per-
formance in practice is not al-
ways an accurate representation
Cage Tickets
Tickets for the Michigan-
MSU basketball game at East
Lansing on Tuesday, January
26, are available by mail re-
quest at the Athletic Ticket Of-

on the team. They must go back There are three goalies out for
to cover during an opponent's a starting berth this year, none
rush and must start the play to- of whom have had any game ex-,
wards the opponent's goal and perience with the Wolverines. The
set up the puck for the forwards. three are senior Eric Hall, junior
They have to be great skaters, Tom Leonard, and sophomore
able to skate well both back- Greg Page.
wards and forwards. They must ' "We will go with whichever
be in top physical shape because goalie appears to be best in prac-
they usually play longer in a game tice. We would like to go with
than do the forwards. It is a the sophomore Page because he
very demanding position to play." will have two more years with
This year Michigan's defense-. us, but the decision hinges on
men will have a bigger role than their play.
usual. They must help out an in- "The defensemen will have to
experienced goalie. Bob Gray, out cover up for the goalie until he
standing goalie last year who gains experience. They can help
was named to the first-string of him out by getting the rebounds
the NCAA All-Tournament Team, and cutting down on the angle
has graduated as has his substi. of opponents' shots."
tute Bill Bieber. NEXT: The schedule.
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Big Welcome Anaheim, Calif. Despite the fact
Never before has a coach been that Huarte only played 45 mn-
so enthusiastically welcomed as utes last year, he figured into
Parseghian was after taking over Parseghian's plans as the coach
for Hugh Devore last year. Last was impressed with films of him.
February, 3000 of the school's
6800 studentssloshed their way As Huarte's chief receiver, Par-
through three feet of snow to seghian chose Jack Snow, sen-
cheer him at a pep rally. Dur- for from Long Beach, Calif. At
ing a basketball game he got a the urgence of the coach, Snow#
15 minute ovation. lost 15 pounds and practiced pass
"It was more than feeling, it patterns all summer with Huarte
was a fever," said Notre Dame's on an Anaheim playground.
captain and linebacker Jim Car- So far this combination has

r ms or to ay s game with
Ohio State will be shown Sun-
day night in the Union ball-
room at 7 p.m. Wally Weber
will narrate. Admission is free
and the public is invited.
ered to be the team's major prob-
lem. Roger Galipeau was the only
returning letterman at a defen-
sive position. There were some
talented sophomores out for the
position, but they were short on
experience.
These sophomores, however, im-
proved enough to aid goalie Bob

Another junior returning on de-
fense is Ted Henderson. Hender-
son is small for a defenseman
at 5'9" and 150 pounds but Ren-
frew says he was very effective
last year.
"Henderson did a great job last
year. He is a steady hockey player
and we always got a good game
from him," explained Renfrew.
MacDonald Returns
Another experienced defense-
man is Barry MacDonald who
gained a berth on the second

A.

Gray in lding opponets :1 rto nstring NCAA All - Tournament I fice.
Gray in holding opponents to anTeam. The tickets are two dollars
average of only 2.5 goals per gameTeam.each for reserved seats and
one of the best averages in the "MacDonald was converted from there is a limit of six per re-
country. a forward position last year and quest.
This year Galipeau is gone, but played very well at his new po-
last year's sophs are back with a sition, picking it up very fast and
- of how the players will hold up
in actual competition. It's just a
question of game ability.
Rough Position
"The defensemen probably have
to skate more than anyone else

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