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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October Z, 1970

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 2, 1970

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MANNING VS. HUNTER

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By TERRIFOTUCHEY
During the past few weeks every-
time a Michigan defensive back
was involved in a tackle that also
meant he ended up on the bottom
of a large pile, head coach Bo
Schembechler held his breath as
he waited for his back to resur-
face. This was necessary because
the overall number :of players on
the squad caused a lack of depth
at several positions and the de-
fensive backfield was the first to
feel the people pinch.
The defensive backfield's prob-
lem is approaching the mopping
up stage with the forecasted re-
turn of Bruce Elliott to semi-reg-
ular duty. Elliott, who has been
sidelined with a shoulder separa-
tion, is viewed by Schembechler'as
bting "ready" to fill his wide half-
back slot again. However, Schem-

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bechler does not feel that Elliott
is ready to assume the duties of
kick and punt returner.
The problem of finding enough
bodies to add some depth has
been transferred to the defensive
ends with the loss of Butch Car-
penter for the season. .
Without Carpenter, the Wol-
verines have four healthy ends in
the persons of Phil Seymour, Mike
Curtis injured
Former Michigan All-Amer-
ican safety, Ton Curtis, has
been placed on the "move" list
by the Baltimore Colts and will
be out of action for at least six-
teen days. Curtis suffered two
head injuries in recent prac-
tices and since the injuries were
similar to ones he incurred at
college, it was first thought
that-his career might be jIeop-
ardized.
Keller, and two sophomores, Clint
Spearman and Don Eaton.
Schembechler still has not de-
cided on his starting tailback for,
Saturday. "We'll play all of them.
We plan to play them all which
was our plan last week but
(Lance) Scheffler was knocked
out' and we had to take him out
earlier than we expected and then
put Henry in. Doughty has been
coming along good and he's inak-
ing progress. He gets better every
week because all he needs is to
get some work."

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By BOB ANDREWS
It was just one year 'ago when
the University of Alabama came
from behind in the waning mo-
ments to trim the Rebels of Mis-
sissippi by a 33-32 score; a n d
when one loses by such a close
score in a wild and hard fought
debacle, a year's span is not
nearly long enough to wipe out
the painful nemories.
Tomorrow, the millions of reg-
ular college football fanatics will
be afforded th e opportunity to
witness the rematch between the
Crimson Tide and the Rebels, who
are out to avenge last year's
heartbreaker.
Quarterback Archie Manning,
the preseason choice for the top
passer in the nation, will lead the
Rebels in their quest for sweet
revenge. However, he will do so
against an Alabama team who af-
ter losing to SouthernCalifornia,
42-21, has stormed back with an
impressive victory of 51-18 against
Virginia Tech and more impres-
sively, a 46-15 mauling of t h e
Florida Gators.
MISSISSIPPI, on the other
hand, has been victorious in both
of their games, but performed be-
low par lasthweek. Against Mem-
phis State the Rebels rolled to, a
47-13 triumph, but they barely
managed to squeak out a 20-17
win over stubborn Kentucky.
The Rebels' hopes obviously
rest on the success of Manning
against the Alabama defense. In
the game agaist Memphis State,
Manning displayed his prowess as
both a, passer apd a runner, as he
ran fora44 yards and two touch-
downs and threw for, ,one other,
while hitting on 15 of 19 attempts
for 167 yards. But he seemed to
be well contained by the inspired
Kentucky defense, as he complet-
ed just twelve of thirty attempts
and was intercepted twice.
What makes it even tougher for
the Heismann trophy candidate is
that the Alabama defense 1 a s t
week totally stimied Florida's fa-
bled John Reaves to Carlos Al-
varez combination. It appears that
with each successive game, the

T i d e defense continually im-
proves. However, Manning is
much more of a roll-out quarter-
back than is Reaves, and his run-
ning ability will certainly keep
the Alabama defense honest..
SHOULD MANNING be on tar-
get, he could he 1 p the Rebels
make up the ground they lost in
the national rankings, as they fell
from fifth to seventh after the
narrow escape agalinst Kentucky.
The Crimson Tide however, al-
so have a quarterback who can
be merciless on any opposing de-
fense in S c o t t Hunter. In the
game against Mississippi last year,
Hunter directed his team to the
winning score tin the closing min-
utes. With Dave Bailey and George
Ranager as receivers, Hunter has
been deadly as helmsman for the
Tide.
HUNTER IS ALSO blessed with.
a fine running attack led by full-
back Dave Brungard, who rushed
for over 100 yards against t he
Virginia Tech team, and tailback
Johnny Musso, who ran' for 84
yards against Florida, 79 of which
came in the third quarter.
In the first three games, Ala-
bama has averaged about 40

- e
points a game, and it will take a
conserted effort by 01' Miss to
contain an offense as potent as
theirs.
Although the Tide offense seems
strong as ever, their defense can
be summed up in one word: urn-
predictable. In the opener against
Southern California, the Alabama
defense yielded 485 yards on the
ground alone. Yetj in the next two
games, it gave up fewer t h a n
twenty points per game, includ-
ing Just 15 against the powerful
Gators.
It is this inconsistency display-
ed by the Tide defense that makes
predicting this contest extremely
difficult. If Alabama plays any-
where like it did against the Tro-
jans, Manning will be, able to'tear
it apart, which would be the
sweetest revenge he could possibly
want.
If Hunter and Manning have
fine days, the game could end up
'like last year's. A year ago what-
ever defense did existwasveIry
hard to detect.
Tomorrow, these two southeast-
ern powers should play their
hearts out and could keep their
viewers on the edge of their seats
to the very end. They may be out
to make this contest an annual
televised affair.

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Tigers call press cOnferene;
Umpres, still threaten strike
By The Associated Press'
* DETROIT --The Detroit Tigers announced yesterday a news
conference will be held at 1 p.m. Detroit time today at Tiger .Stadlum,
but declined to disclose the subject.
The team is expected to fire manager Mayo Smith and announce
that Billy Martin, former manager of the Minnesota Twins lhas been
signed to manage the Tigers next season.
41 NEW YORK - The league championship playoffs and the
World Series will be played as, scheduled, "baseball's Commissioner#
Bowie Kuhn insisted" yesterday in the face of a threatened strike by
umpires who want more pay.t
"Every effort is being made to reach an agreement," the com-
missioner said,
The best-of-five league, playoff. series opens: Saturday, Baltimore
at Minnesota for the American League title and Cincinnati invading
Pitsburgh for the first two games of the National League test.
" EAST. LAN~SING -- The Michigan State football team' has lost
its love. Tomm' Love, an outstanding running back for MStT two
years ago, has given up football for the, rest of the year because of a
knee injury.
An MSU, spokesman said Love, who gained 729 yards as a soph-'
omore but only 14 last year before undergoing knee surgery, decided
not to risk further~ injury this year.
" BALTIMORE -- Manager Earl' Weaver, who has guided the
Baltimore Orioles to two consecutive American League- division titles, r
signed a contract far the 1971 season yesterday'for a salary In excess
of $50,000.
The 40-year-old skipper,y who never played in the major leagues,
agreed to a pay boost of more, than $10A QG just two days- prior to the 9'
pennant play-offs opening Saturday against the Minnesota. Twins.
Weaver, whose teams have finished first or isecond in 11, of his
14, seasons of managing 'in the Orioles' system, is already looking for-
ward to next year with confidence.

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MR. HAM IN A BASKET.........$1.19
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MR. BEEF ... ........... . 79c
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MR. HAM & CHEESE........ ....89c
(Ham with Delicious Swiss Cheese Melted Over the Top)
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CORNED BEEF IN A BASKET ......$1.29
REUBEN.......................99c
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REUBEN IN A BASKET ........$1.39
HOT DOG........... ........30c
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