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age 10-Tuesday, September 19, 1978-The Michigan Daily


Pufek runs into

hard luck again

With one of the most important
ames of the season approaching this
ieekend, the last thing Bo
chembechler wanted to worry about
ias replacing injured players.
Yet that is one of' Schembechler's
pore immediate tasks as he prepares
or the showdown with Notre Dame in
outh Bend this Saturday.
MOST prominent among those who
;ailed to survive the Illinois victory is
ffensive tackle Bill Dufek, who'll miss
rom four to six weeks with a break of
he fifth metatarsal bone near the little
oe on his left foot.
"The injury to Dufek is not the same
one as he broke last year,"

Schembechler said, referring to the
injury prior to the 1977 season, forcing
the 1976 consensus All-Big Ten tackle to
miss the entire schedule.
Schembechler explained that, left
guard John Arbeznik knocked his man
into Dufek, causing the injury. "He'll
have a walking cast for four weeks and
then it will take him a couple weeks to
get back into shape."
THE INJURY to Dufek is especially a
tough blow to the offensive line, since
that is one aspect of the Illinois game
Schembechler was dissatisfied with.
"We didn't throw well, we just didn't
have the protection. The protection is
what makes me mad," Bo said as he
analyzed the 31-0 Michigan victory.

With Dufek out, senior Jon Giesler
will move to Dufek's strong tackle
position, with' sophomore Dan
Kwiatkowski filling in at Giesler's
quick tackle slot.
"This injury is not as hard to come
back from as the one last year," said
Schembechler. "We hope to have him
(Dufek) back. I think we can be more

optimistic about him coming back than
we were a year ago."~
Asked whatrtheloss of Dufek would
do to the strength of the offensive line,
Schembechler said, "I don't know that.
It all depends on how the younger guys
come along."
THE OTHER casualties were not as
serious as Dufek. Tight end Gene
Johnson has two sore knees after a
series of mishaps. "Johnson was
clipped on a punt, then Huckleby got
messed up on a pass pattern and hit him
on the knee. Leach ran right up his legs
on one play," Schembechler said of his
tight end who managed one reception
good for 15 yards against Illinois. "We
hope to have him, but I'm not sure at
this point."
Another member of the offensive line,
center Steve Nauta suffered a sprained
ankle but doesn'tappear to be serious.
"We're optimistic about him coming
back unless something happens,"
Schembechler said.
Two running backs incurred injuries..
as well. Tailback Harlan Huckleby had
a pinched nerve in his neck, but will be
able to play against Notre Dame.
Huckleby's backup, Stanley Edwards,
has a sprained ankle, but should see
action if needed.

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A FTER DAYS stuck on top of Camp "BEFORE WE return to the Mideast,
David, the patriarchs descended we should get next week's picks in to 420
the mountain to bring their good news Maynard before midnight Friday,''
to the masses. Sadat suggested.
When President Sadat of Egypt and "This will be very difficult for me,"
Prime Minister Begin of Israel Begin said. "Who do I pick? The Libels
completed their journey, they found or my brothers at Hebrew University?"
mobs of people surrounding a new
"WHAT IS it, my friend?" Begin said 1. MICHIGAN at Notre Dame
toSadat. (pick score)
"I'm not quite sure, my friend, but it 2. Ohio State at Minnesota
seems they are all rejoicing over that 3. Wisconsin at Northwestern
strange American delicacy," Sadat 4. Stanford at Illinois
replied. 5. Syracuse at Michigan State
The strange American delicacy 6. Iowa State at Iowa
President Sadat was referring to was a 7. Ohio U. at Purdue
small two-item pizza from Pizza Bob's. 8. Washington at Indiana
Garry Frank of 609 S. Fifth Ave. No. 5 9. Southern Cal at Alabama
was holding it high over his head. 10. Yale at Brown
"I'VE DONE it! I've done it! I've 11. Maryland at North Carolina
solved the great Gridde dispute and 12. Arizona at Texas Tech
now we can have pizza once again," 13. Baylor at Kentucky
Frank Exclaimed. 14. Duke at South Carolina
Frank won last week's Gridde picks 15. Kansas State at Tulsa
with a 17-3 record, tying him with three 16. Mississippi at Missouri
others, but his point spread made him 17. Washington State at Arizona State
the winner. 18. Indiana State at Eastern Michigan
"It is a wonderful day," Begin said. 19. Central Conn. at Slippery Rock
"People can have peace and pizza once 20. DAILY LIBELS at Hebrew Univ.
again because of the Griddes." (Sat. night)
Detroit judge makes
save-MeCourt stays

Bo's nemesis . ..
.. aDevine spoiler
SCHEMBECHLER made it clear yesterday just how much Saturday's
clash with Notre Dame means to his football team. "This is the most
important non-conference game we've played at Michigan-period," he said
With that statement, Schembechler removed any doubts about where
this game ranks on this year's schedule. While this game indeed is the finest
early test a Michigan team has faced since Schembechler begin in 1969, deep
down inside there must be another challenge for the head coach.
Since arriving in Ann Arbor, Schembechler has managed a near perfect
24-1-2 non-conference record. He suffered that single defeat during his
freshman campaign when the Missouri Tigers ripped Michigan 40-17.
And guess who coached the Tigers? It was the same coach who'll be op-
posite Schembechler Saturday-Dan Devine.
Yes, Dan Devine is the only coach in 27 non-conference games to inflict
defeat upon Bo. Come Saturday in South Bend before a partisan home crowd
of 59,075, Devine has another chance to further mar Bo's illustrious record,
If you think that hasn't registered in Bo's mind more than once, you'd better
think again.
Informed at his weekly press luncheon that Devine's Missouri team had
scored more points on Bo than any other team, Schembechler said jokingly,
"Nowvyou guys are really pissing me off. God, that's only 10 years ago!"
Some of the writers asked Bo whether he has gone back and looked at
any of the films from that Missouri defeat to see if he could spot any
coaching weaknesses Devine may possess. "Hell no. This isn't baseball.
Football's changed in ten years."
'A well-endowed team'
The one thing Schembechler admitted hadn't changed about Notre
Dame during that time is that they continued to win, and win, and win. Last
year the Irish went 11-1, losing to Mississippi, and laying claim to the
mythical national championship.
"They're a well endowed team," remarked Bo. "They've got a good
quarterback, good backs and linebackers. They're a talented team. They're
one of the top teams in the nation, don't you forget that."
While Bo lauded his opponents, the questions persisted as to how this
talented a team could manage to lose its opening game, at home, to
Missouri. The Tigers were no powerhouse last year. They went 4-7 last year
and were inexperienced entering the contest with the Irish. Still they
managed to pull out a 3-0 upset, ending Notre Dame's streak of 131 games in
which they had not been shut out. It also ended their winning streak at ten,
tied for longest in the nation with Alabama.
So does all this make Schembechler think any less of his opponents.
"They (Notre Dame) should have beat Missouri. There's no question there.
The circumstances had to be absolutely right for them (Missouri) to win that
Since that embarrassing loss, Notre Dame has been preparing solely for
the Wolverines, thanks to a week off this past weekend. Two weeks to wait for
anything is a long time. But when your football team has been humiliated in
front of the rabid alumni and home fans, you can be certain that those inter-
vening practice sessions have not been a joyful experience.
Training on grass
Does Bo think that added practice will help or hinder Notre Dame? "I
don't know. I've never been in that situation. We've never had two weeks
off." One thing's for sure: The extra practice without a game to worry about
couldn't have hurt Michigan's chances any, considering that Notre Dame
Stadium has natural turf, a surface the Wolverines have gone 1-4 on the past
two years.
"We've worked out on it (grass 40-50 per cent of the time," Schembech-
ler said of his previous workouts. "That percentage will probably be higher
this week. We'll train a little more on grass, but your overall routine doesn't
change that much."
The practices may be virtually the same in nature, but you can rest
assured that the intensity will hit levels like none of the Michigan players
have ever experienced this early in the season.
"I think they're looking forward to it, there's no question about that,"
Schembechler said of his team's reaction to the game. "We all know they are
a national football power."
But so is Michigan, which means just one thing: For the first time in
Bo's ten year reign Michigan fans will be treated to a real non-conference
game instead of some of the charades we've been forced to endure in recent


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DETROIT (AP) - A federal judge
ruled yesterday that the National
Hockey League compensation
requirements for teams that sign free
agents are an illegal restraint of trade.
Judge Robert DeMascio declared
that Detroit Red Wing center Dale
McCourt did not have to report to the
Liberty off State

Los Angeles Kings as compensation for
Detroit's signing of goalie Rogie
Vachon became a free agent after
playing out his option last year with the
The 21-year-old McCourt, who
enjoyed a sensational rookie season in
Detroit last year, filed the lawsuit after
an arbitrator made him the
conpensation to the Kings for the loss
of Vachon.
The compensation rule imposes a
"perpetual restriction on a player's
inherent right to freely contract for his
services," DeMascio said.
The judge cited a suit filed by former
Baltimore Colt player John Mackey
against the National Football League,
which resulted in a court ruling against
the NFL's so-called Rozelle Rule. That
rule imposed similar penalties on
teams which signed free agents.
Like the Rozelle rule, DeMascio said
the NHL's Rule 9A "applies to all
players without regard to their status
or ability."
It "unreasonably restrains trade and
commerce" in violation of a provision
of the Sherman Antitrust Act,
DeMascio said.

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The Graduate Soccer Club will be out
to avenge its 1977 loss to the
Undergraduate -Soccer Club when it
takes on the undergrads in their annual
match this Thursday night, September
21st, at Ferry Field. Game time'is 7:30
p.m. on the artificial turf...Those
persons desiring lockers for the
upcoming school year should line up
early Saturday morning at either the
CCRB or NCRB, as long lines are
expected for the sale, which begins at
8:30 a.m.

t place
The women's golf team kicked off
their 1978 fall schedule with an 11th
place finish in the Illinois State
Invitational this past weekend in
Normal, Illinois.
The Michigan State women headed
the 19-team field with a four-person, 36-
hole total of 633, followed by Indiana
University' and Stevens College.
Michigan finished with a 687 total.
FRESHWOMEN Linda Drillock and
Robin Sobota paced the Wolverines
with scores of 85-83 and 89-85
respectively. Junior Elaine Crosby, an
ex-Wolverine tennis player turned
golfer, chipped in with a solid 83-87 and
sophomore Amy Conlin posted scores of
86-95 to round out the top four Michigan
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