IThursday; October'29, 1970
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~Thursday, October 29, 1970 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
By RICK CORNFELD
On Oct. 3, Wisconsin came
within seven days of stopping
Penn State's 31-game unbeaten
streak, of gaining national recog-
nition for its band of pseudo-folk
heroes, and of winding up on the
cover of Sports Illustrated.
Although the Badgers did whip
the Nittany Lions, Colorado had
done the same thing the week be-
So Wisconsin, which for years
has rolled over and played dead,
now stands up and fights back.
Before the season, Michigan
Coach Bo Schembechler thought
that the most crucial part of the
year would be the first three Big
Now that the Wolverines have
won those three games decisively
Schembechler is not so confident.
Michigan travels to Wisconsin
Saturday, and Schembechler, for
one, does not expect the Badgers
to roll over and play dead.
"It'll be another tough ball game
for us," said Schembechler, who
is not known to downgrade the
opponents and whose team has!
not had a tough game in several!
Since beating Penn State, Wis-
consin has lost two of three, the
lone win coming Saturday against
The Badgers should be buoyed
not just by that victory, but also
by the return this week of 280
pounds, in the form of offensive
tackle Elbert Walker.
Walker, a home economics ma-
jor, was an All-Big Ten honorable
mention last year.
Playing in the backfield behind
Walker is quarterback Neil Graff.
Graffhas a strong arm, and the
long pass is one of Wisconsin's
most potent weapons.
Graff's favorite long receiver is
tight end Larry Mialik. Mialik has
caught only 16 passes this year,
but they have gone for a total of
Mialik, who looks like Joe Na-
math, explains his success, "I just
run the pattern and go like crazy
on the break."
Wisconsin's runners do not go
like crazy as often as Badger fans
would hope. Still, Wisconsin has
often been thought of as a running
team because of the fabled duo of
Grape Juice Johnson and A-Train
Ferguson fills his five and a half
foot body with 195 pounds and
averages 4.7 yards a carry.
He had one run last week that
went 65 yards, Wisconsin's longest
in three years.
Thompson, at fullback, has not
had as much success, but he now
ranks fourth on the Badger all-
time rushing list.
Schembechler points to the de-
fense as one of Wisconsin's
strengths. "Their defense is bigger
and quicker than Minnesota's," he
The leading defensive player is
middle linebacker Chuck Winfrey
who was named Midwest lineman
of the week by the United Press
International for his performance
against Indiana Saturday.
Winfrey recovered a fumble on
the Wisconsin four yard line, bat-
ted down a fourth down pass on
the ten, and made 11 solo tackles.
"He's destructive. He's a Dick
Butkus type," Wisconsin Coach
Jim Jardine said of Winfrey.
Wisconsin's defenders have in-
tercepted 13 passes this year, led
by Neovia Greyer, who won a
starting berth with four.
But Wisconsin's defense in gen-
eral is not among the stingiest. It
has allowed an average of 330
yards per game.
In fact, in general, the Badgers'
team can be summed up by para-
phrasing Ring Lardner. Although
Wisconsin has a mediocre defense,
it also has a mediocre offense,
All season ticket-holders will
be admitted free to Saturday's
Michigan-Michigan State fresh-
man football game at 1:30 at
Michigan Stadium, but must
validate that they have season
All other admissions to the
game are $1. Gates 1, 3 and 9
ONLY will be open at noon.
GLENN DOUGHTY (22), Michigan wingback, runs for daylight through a big hole in the Gopher
defense, which was virtually ineffective in stopping the Wolverine rushing attack.
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FRITZ SEYFERTH, (32) follows his blocking, led by tight end Paul Seymour (85) in last Saturday's
Brown Jug classic.
RED WINGS PLUCKED
Piston machine gasses Bullets
BALTIMORE - Rookies Bob
Lanier and Terry Driscoll com-
bined for six points in the final
two minutes as the unbeaten De-
troit Pistons pulled away to beat
Baltimore 109-103 last night for
the ninth consecutive National
basketball Association victory of
The Pistons led throughout the
second half after taking a 54-44
advantages at intermission.
The Bullets pulled to within 99-
97 with two minutes remaining be-
fore Driscoll tapped in a missed
field goal attempt by Jim Walker,
nd then Walker added a basket
East Dti sion
to put Detroit in front 103-97 I
after Lanier stole the ball from
Baltimore's Wes Unseld.
Lanier, who scored 19 points:
while playing 23 minutes, and;
Driscoll, who tallied nine, addedl
baskets in the final minute asI
the teams exchanged field goals.i
Walker led Detroit with 20
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Boston cut the score to 53-41!
with 2:54 remaining in the half,
but the Knicks then went on a
12-1 spree, this time with Frazier
leading the way.
The Celtics crept to 77-61 with
4:12 left in the third period, but
the Knicks streaked again with
12 straight points and it was all
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Walt Frazier for a 126-89 National Red .Wings last night.
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With New York leading 17-12j
midway in the opening period
Reed hit eight straight points to
lead a surge which opened up the
margin to 33-17.
streak following an opening-night
loss in St. Louis.
With the score tied 1-1 midway
in the final period, defenseman
Rod Seiling shoveled a goal-mouth
pass to Fairbairn, who was parked'
all alone at the right side of De-
troit goalie Roy Edwards. He fired,
the puck past Edwards, giving the
Rangers the lead and extending
his own point-scoring string to
Half a minute later the Rangers
scored again when Hadfield un-
loaded a 40-foot slap shot for
his second goal of the night and
fifth this season.
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NEW YORK (A)-The New York
State Athletic Commission has
postponed until Nov. 12 the hear-
ing on an application by a woman
wrestler to perform in New York.
IIThe application has been filed
by Betti Niccoli of Kansas City,
who claims she is the women's
professional champion. New York
is one of the few states which has
refused to grant lady wrestlers a
Miss Niccoli, 26, is being backed
by the Women's Liberation Move-
1217 S. Univ.
Toronto 6, Montreal 2
New York 4, Detroit I
Minnesota 2, Chicago 1
Pittsburgh 5, Los Angeles 3
St. Louis 3, California 2
Only games scheduled.
Boston at Detroit
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
Only games scheduled.
Detroit 109, Baltimore 103
Cincinnati 131, Seattle 118
San Diego 110, Cleveland 99
Philadelphia vs. San Francisco at
Chicago at Phoenix, inc.
A B A SCORES
Kentucky 104, Carolina 102
Indiana 113, Memphis 99
Only games scheduled
THURSDAY NOON L
ELMHURST, Ill. (P) - Eleven
black football playersraccusing
the coaching staff of racial dis-_
crimination and practices detri-
mental to the welfare and dignity
of the players, boycotted yester-
day's practices at Elmhurst Col-
After the blacks met with school
President Dr. Donald Kleckner, a
college spokesman issued this
"This is still a tense and com-
plex situation. All we can do now
is set up the lines of communica-
tion so we can get anatmosphere'
where this problem can be re-I
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