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Thursday, November 5, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

4 Thursday, November 5, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Fighting

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By RICK CORNFELD
Until October 24, Illinois w a s
just another lousy football team.
On that day coach Jim Valek was
fired, and the Illini have been
raising hell ever since.
The first to feel the wrath of
the team was, then top-ranked
Ohio State. The Illini, who w e r e
stunned before the game by the
news of Valek's dismissal, in turn
stunned the Buckeyes on the field.
Illinois's effort not only knock-
ed the Buckeyes to number two in
in the national rankings, but it
possibly was a factor in Valek's
later rehiring.
Valek was rehired for the re-
mainder of the season that same
weekend without, missing a game.
Frosh Game
The freshman football game
against Notre Dame Friday in
Michigan Stadium will begin
at noon, instead of 1 p.m.

the

warpath

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
TERRI FOUCHEY
held scoreless the first half, and
did not win the game until Darrell
Robinson scored with one minute
45 seconds left.
"The game brought us a long
way toward becoming a football
team," Valek said. "Until Purdue,
we had been starting well, leveling
off in the third quarter and then
running'into disaster in the fourth
quarter."
Illinois has a talented group of
sophomores, eight of whom are
starters. Five of Illinois' top six
rushers are sophomores, but t h e
leader is Robinson, a junior tail-
back.
Robinson became a starter two
weeks ago when injuries to Mike
Walker and Willie Osley crippled
the backfield, and he has gained
350 yards since.
A good reason for Robinson's
success has been Illinois' offensive'
line. Purdue coach Bob De Moss
said, "I thought they (Robinson
and the line) did a real good job.,
We tried to take their inside
game away from them, but we ob-
viously failed miserably."
Michigan coach Bo Schembech-
ler said, "I have great respect for
Robinson."
Schembechler also praised soph-
omore fullback Mike Navarro, who
averages about four and a half
yards per carry.
Quarterback Mike Wells does
not go to the air very often, how-
ever. Wells, a promising sopho-
more, is a leader of the team
both on and off the field. Along

with tight end and co-captain
Doug Dieken, Wells organized the
strike in support of Valek.
When Wells does pass, more of-
ten than not, it is to Dieken. But,
said Norm Sheya of the Illinois
athletic department, "Wells has
trouble spotting secondary receiv-
ers." When his primary receivers
are covered, Wells often does not
know what to do with the ball.
Consequently, he gets dumped
more than most quarterbacks.
Against Purdue, Wells also fumb-
led twice, and one of them was
recovered by the Boilermakers and
turned into a touchdown.
Although the shortage at tail-
back has been filled, Illinois has a
similar injury problem on the de-
fensive line.
Two tackles have been side-
lined, and reserve middle guard
Dave Wright has been shiftd to
replace them. On the left side,
sophomore tackle Tab Bennett
leads the team with 59 tackles, 24
of them solos.
The Illini also have an out-
standing linebackerinkMoe Kelly
and a good cornerback in Gary
Windy, who intercepted twice
against Purdue.
Windy, who has also run back
15 punts for 237 yards, made his
second interception on the Illi-
nois 15 with 18 seconds left in
the game.
Schembechler said, "Their de-
fense has been hustling and hit-
ting the last two weekends." The
Wolverines don't expect them to
let up this weekend.

-Daily-Jim wallace
FULLBACK FRITZ SEYFRTII runs into a crowd of Gophers. Seyferth scored four touchdowns
in the game against Minnesota two weeks ago.
WINGS LOSE AGAIN
Piston powerhouse rolls on

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The major factor, however, was
that the players went on strike in
support of the coach.
The team came up short in its
effort to defeat Ohio State, but
it was successful in defeating Illi-
nois' athletic department, which
had no alternative but to relent
and take Valek back.
The Illini, still on the warpath,
came from behind to defeat Pur-
due in Lafayette last Saturday, 23-,
21 and this week they will play
the Wolverines here, with Valek's
job still reportedly in jeopardy.
Two weeks ago Illinois was un-
able to prevent Ohio State from
pulling the game out. But, as
Purdue defensive coordinator Al-
len Hager put it, "It's unbeliev-
able. They just manhandled the
number one team in the nation for
three quarters, and here it is on
film to prove it."
Last week against Purdue, the
pattern was reversed. Illinois was

-Daily-Jim Wallace
BRUCE ELLIOTT, Michigan defensive back, is brought down by
a lone Minnesota tackler after intercepting a Craig Curry pass
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ATLANTA - Howard Komives Alcindor hit 35 of the Bucks 51
hit three straight baskets at the first half points.s
start of the fourth period to start A 15-point scoring spree late
Detroit on its way to a 117-105 in the third quarter put the Bucks
victory over the Atlanta Hawks on top again 80-79 and Alcindorl
last night. was taken out of the game forl
The Pistons, rolling to their 11th a brief rest. He was put back ins
win in 12 starts, padded an 83-81 when Cleveland's Bobby Smith 1
lead with Komives' six-point sputt
and were never headed.
' Dave Bing led Detroit with 25 ,
points while back court mate Jim G u d d e, I
Walker contributed 19. Lou Hud-
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and he was followed by Jerry
Chambers with 19. Three sports writers immediat
Detroit led the entire first half joints. The night editor heaved aI
and went into intermission with a window. The resident junkie sneeze
60-55 lead. Atlanta, getting 10 All became silent as they awaited n
points from Walt Hazzard and breakfast the next morning courtesy
eight from Hudson, went ahead
midway in the third period and Did they get the editors for co
remained close until Komives went drunk in what gutter?
into his game-breaking act. "It's Lieutenant Staudenmeier,1
the Libels."
Wings whipped The entire staff took a collect
CHICAGO - Third-period goals the muggers died after last week
by Gerry Pinder and Bryan Camp- be worse than assault with intent to
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penalty box. "That's O.K. Lietuenant," Co
Campbell started the Hawks' backing down from another stud
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the night at 7:40 by converting slide is too much for anyone to take
on a rebound of Bobby Hull's shot
while the Wings' Larry Brown 1. Illinois at MICHIGAN ,
was in the penalty box. (pick score)
2. Indiana at Iowa
3. Purdue at Michigan State
- 1 ew nets 53 4. Minnesota at Northwestern
5. Ohio State at Wisconsin
CLEVELAND - Lew Alcindor 6. Harvard at Princeton
pumped in 53 points and grabbed 7. Louisiana State at Alabama
11 rebounds last night to lead the 8. Lafayette at Davidson
Milwaukee Bucks to a 110-108 9. Wake Forest at Duke
victory over the Cleveland Ca- 10. Georgia at Florida
valiers. 11. Houston at Mississippi
0, It was the 12 straight loss in 12. Oklahoma State at
as many starts for the Cleveland Kansas State
expansion team. 13. Dayton at Miami (Ohio)
The Bucks held a 32-28 first 14. Missouri at Oklahoma
quarter lead, but Cleveland pulled 15. Texas A&M at Southern
ahead 62-51 by halftime. The 7-2 Methodist
Professional League Standings

and McCoy McLemore each hit
a bucket to put the Cavs back on
top 87-84.
The Bucks pulled back into the
lead 101-96 with four minutes
left, but baskets by John Johnson
and McLemore brought the Cavs
back to within 106-104.

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Boston
Buffalo
Baltimor
Cincinna
Atlanta
Clevelan

NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
Y L Pct.
irk 10 2 .833
phia 7 5 .583
7 6 .538
1 8 .111
Central Division
re 6 3 .667
ati 3 8 .272
2 6 .250
7d 0 12 .000
Western Conference
Midwest Division
11 1 .917
ee 6 1 .857
6 3 .667

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NRL
East Division
W L T Pts. GF
Boston 7 1 1 15 46
New York 7 2 1 15 29
Montreal 7 3 1 14 34
Vancouver 3 7 2 8 33
Detroit 3 8 1 7 34
Toronto 3 6 0 6 28
West Division
Chicago 7 3 2 16 39
Philadelphia 6 3 1 13 26
St. Louis 5 2 3 13 26
Los Angeles 5 4 0 10 29
Minnesota 5 5 0 10 18
Pittsburgh 3 5 3 9 27
California 1 7 2 4 20
Yesterday's Results
Montreal 4, Minnesota 3
Toronto at Los Angeles, inc.
New York at California, inc.
Chicago 4, Detroit 2
Pittsburgh 8, Vancouver 3
Only games scheduled.

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Phoenix 5 6 .454
Pacific Division
Los Angeles 5 3 .625
San Diego 6 6 .500
Seattle 6 6 .500
Portland 4 6 .400
San Francisco 3 6 .333
* * * * '
Yesterday's Results
Boston 116, Philadelphia 113
Phoenix 133, Cincinnati 115
Detroit 117, Atlanta 105
New York at San Diego, inc.
Seattle 126, Buffalo 101
Milwaukee 110, Cleveland 108
Baltimore at San Francisco, inc.
Only games scheduled.

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