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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 1, 1971

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By BOB ANDREWS
For the Navy football squad, the
narpe of the game has been re-
building ever since Roger Stau-
bach and his powerhouse Mid-
shipmates departed from the
scene. This fall began the eighth
such season with nine sophomores
starting on offense and the re-
sults for Coach Rick Forzano ap-
pear to have again ended in futil-
ity.
Things started out fairly well for
the Middies as they squeaked by
Virginia 10-6 in their opening
contest. However, in their next
two contests, they were trounced
by Penn State 56-3 and, in a bit
of a surprise, were run all over
the field by Boston College 49-6.
"The reason for our poor show-
ing is simple", explained Forzano.
"Nobady has been playing r e a1
good football. The defense hasn't
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been able to stop the run or pass,j
while turnovers occur quite fre-"
quently on offense."
Navy will go with a multiple of-
fensive formation hoping t h a t
somehow the variety will confuse
the Michigan defense. "We . work
out of the wishbone-T, the I, the
Double set and pro set early in
the contest, then go with the one
that gives the defense the most
difficulty," commented Forzano.
The Midshipmen frequently em-
ploy the halfback option and last
week against Boston College they
ran a new play known as the "26-
Louie." In this play the halfback
follows the fullback who leads the
charge through the hole.
. It proved successful, as sopho-
more halfback Bert Calland ran
- for 42 yards from scrimmage, the
longest run by any Navy back this
season.
Foranzo, however, is u n s u r e
about the success of this p 1 a y
against the Wolverines and says,
"the play only worked well against
the Eagles because their defense
was stacked up to one side. Against
Michigan its potency will dimin-

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ish since their defense is be t t e r
balanced."
With the departure of Ade Dil-
lan, who quit the Naval Academy,
the quarterbacking duties belong
to sophomore Al Genny, 6-1, 184
pounds. Glenny has been unable
to estallish much of an aerial
threat as he has hit on only 14
of 33 attempts, while being inter-
cepted five timhes. Should Glenny
fail to generate any type of at-
tack, Forzano could go with Fred
Stuvek, another sophomore, or
.John Buttermore, who have been
used for the reason in the first
three games.
Glenny's favorite targets have
been tight end Steve Ogden (seven
receptions for 85 yards) and split
end Larry Van Loan (six catches
for 89 yards). Ogden, a junior, is
only one of two returning on of-
fense.
The ground attack has been
slightly more ,uccessful for the
Middies. The backfield has pound-
ed out 438 total yards with right
halfback Dan Howard, a sopho-
more, leading all rushers with 136
yards in 26 carries, a 5.2 average.
Complementing Howard are
Calland, the left halfback, who
has amassed 97 yards on 29 car-
ries and junior fullback Andy
Pease, third among the ground
gainers with 70 yards.
Calland, 6-1 and 180 pounds,
a flanker until this fall, was shift-
ed to running back with little ad-
vance notice. As Forzano p u t s
it, "We were confident that he
could quickly master the techni-
ques of a running back and, with
his good speed and excellent
hands, became a valuable weapon
in our offense."
Forzano, commenting on how
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"We'll put thirteen men on the
field and hope nobody notices."
It might seem to be worth t h e
gamble as Navy, which plays in a
4-4-3 formation, has yielded 664
yards on the ground and 469 in
the air, while allowing 111 points
in three games so far this season.
There is more experience on de-
fense as there are nine returning
starters. Only right outside line-
backer Bill Smyth and safety
Charlie Robinson are sophomores.
Forzona insists that the inept
defense is a collective effort:
"The backfield can't stop the pass,
while the front four, all of whom
are juniors, can't stop the run.
The linebacking corps, which in-
cludes Mark Schnickner, the only
starting senior on the squad, has
to worry about both the pass and
run, which is an overwhelming
problem."
Forzano said "If we hope to
defeat Michigan, it is imperative
tha twe score first". This might
take some doing however, as the
Midshipmen have been able to
break first from the starting gate
only four times in their last 24
games, and many of their oppon-
ents in that span were not as
tough defensively as the Wolver-
If the 300 to 400 Naval cadets
who are coming up to see the con-
test cause enough commotion the
Middies might be able to pull off
their 13-man defense and per-
haps a 13-man offense to boot.
Even then, Navy will have an up-
hill battle all the way.

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On Saturday morning, a n e w.
tradition will become established
at Michigan. Hopefully for Mich-
igan, this tradition will begin on
a winning note.
The Michigan cross country
team will be host to two outstand-
ing teams from the Mid-America
Conference, a conference regard-
ed by many people as the best in
the nation in that sport.
The University of Toledo will
be bringing to Ann Arbor a per-
fect 4-0 dual meet record for this
young season. They have been vic-
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versity of Buffalo, the University l
of Detroit, and Oakland Univer-
sity. Michigan's Head Coach, Dix-
on Farmer, thinks "Toledo should
be a tough challenge to our young
team."
But Ohio University will be the
tougher of the two Michigan op-
ponents, based on past perform-
ances. They will be led into Ann
Arbor by one of the season's best
collegiate cross country runners
in the country.
Bill Haviland is the man to beat
on Saturday. His latest feat was
a 19:11.6 over four miles, done
on his way to a quadrangular
meet victory.
The quadrangular involved Wes-
tern Michigan, Kent State and the
University of Cincinnati as well as
Ohio. All of these teams are well
regarded in cross country circles.
During this past summer, Hav-
iland was a member of the Olym-
pic Training Camp in Missoula,
Montana. While there he trained
for the 5,000 and 10,000-meter
runs and proceeded to win the
10,000-meter run which culmin-
ates the program. Only the b e s t
distance runners,- in the country
are invited to these Olympic
Training Camps, so his victory
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in Missoula appears even m o r e
impressive.
This year's top Michigan run-
ner, freshman George Khouri, will
be hard presed by Haviland to de-
fend the current course record
which he holds. That record for
his six-mile romp of two weeks
ago is 32:54, and by the time
the Navy game rolls around on
Saturday afternoon, a new record
will probably stand.
"The team that can put their
fourth, fifth, and sixth men clos-
est to their top three will probab-
ly survive the meet victoriously,"
says Farmer.
The Michigan team hasn't had
a meet in two weeks so there is
no way of knowing how well the
top seven men will finish on Sa-
turday. But one thing is certain:
they will be ready to run.. Most
of the squad members have ac-
cumulated over 200 miles since
their last meet two weeks ago, and
this work should have obvious ef-
fects on Saturday's performances.
This meet is only the first of
three home meets scheduled for
this season. For anyone interest-
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289 Every Good Boy Deserves
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232 Every Picture Tells a
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273 Who's Next-The Who
223 Ram-Paul & Linda
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226 Carpenters-Carpenters
218 Mud Slide Slim and The Blue
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283 Shaft-Isaac Hayes
001 Master of Reality-
Black Sabbath
236 What's Going On-
Marvin Gaye
002 Sound Magazine-The
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216 Aqualung-Jethro Tull
82 Jesus Christ Superstar-
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252 Donny Osmond Album-
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281 Poems, Prayers & Promises-
John Denver
210 Sticky Fingers-The
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269 Allman Brothers Band at
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227 Aretha Live at Fillmore West-
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183 4-Way Street-Crosby, Stills,
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233 5'th-Lee Michaels
245 Blue-Joni Mitchell
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198 Survival-Grand Funk
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65 Close to You-Carpenters
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258 Steven Stills 2-
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