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Saturday, September 14, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MIICHIGAN
Offense

IOWA

Woody's

Bucks primed

with Iowa Hawkeyes

By JOHN KAHLER
The Michigan Wolverines kick
off their 1974 season at 1:30 to-
day, in Michigan Stadium
against the Iowa Hawkeyes, and
Bo Schembechler is predicting
a tough contest. This is hardly
unusual; Bo always predicts his
games will be tough, no matter
how weak the opponent. ,
But even paranoids have
real enemies, and the Hawk-
eyes have given the Michigan
coaches more cause for con-
cern than their 0-11 record
from last season would in-
dicate. Bo must take a team
that has been in semi-limbo
all week over the status of
quarterback Dennis Franklin
against an Iowa bunch that
features a new coach and an
old offense.
Franklin, a prime candidate
for the Heisman trophy and the
only experienced signal caller
on the Michigan roster, missed
several practices last week with
a virus infection. He will play
this afternoon, but how long
and how effectively remains to
be seen.
Before Franklin took ill, the

They will be running against
a Michigan line that has been
_jtotally reconstructed from last
flail y
year Ends Dan Jilek and Larry
Johnson, tackles Jeff Perlinger
and Greg Morton, and middle!
guard Tim Davis will get their
first test as a unit today.
IFRED TON "Our weak links will have to
FRED UPTON get stronger, and our strong
".::::".:::" links will have to get really
paign at Iowa. A popular of- tough," states Moeller. "WeI
fense while Commings was [ can't wait around for our weak
playing guard at Iowa in the people to catch up with our
Fifties, it is used by only Notre strong ones. Our good people
Dame among the major colleges are going to have to carry this
today. defense."
"It's like going to your But power football may not
closet and taking out your oldI be able to cut the nutfor
striped tie and plaid suit,"I Iowa today. The Iowa defense
commented Gary Moeller, was ghastly last year, and,
Michigan's defense co-ordina- with the exception of the
tor and the man primarily re- secondary, still does not ap-
sponsible for finding a way to pear able of stopping the
stop the Wing T. speed and power the Wol-
The Wing, T is primarily a verines will throw at it.
running attack, with the fullback If Franklin is able to operate;
stationed behind the quarter- in his normal fashion, he should
back and ;two halfbacks set off be able to drive the Hawkeye
on either side. lineman crazy with his master-
"rnomminaq will t to ninx, ful operation of the option. Look

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(50)
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(64)
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(81)
(97)
(56)
(77)
(82)
(35)
(33)
(59)
(45)
(20)
(6)

Greg DenBoer (233) TE
Jim Armour (230) LG
Dennis Franks (225) C
Dave Metz (235) RG
Pat Tumpane (240) ST
Jim Smith (200) SE,
Gil Chapman (180) TB
Dennis Franklin (180) QB
Gordon Bell (175) TB
Chuck Heater (210) FB

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(60)
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(87)
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(48)
(22)
(41)

Brandt Yocum (226) TE
Rod Walters (240) LT
Joe Delvin (266) LG
Jock Michelosen (231) C
Dan McCarney (229) RG
Aaron Leonard (260) RT
Jim McNulty (190) SE
Rob Fick (191) QB
Mark Fetter (202) FB
Jim Jensen (227) LH
Rod Wellington (214) RH

for improved

Defense

Dan Jilek (205) RE
Jeff Perlinger (235) LT
Tim Davis (210) MG
Greg Morton (230) RT
Larry Johnson (200) OE
Don Dufek (195) WOLF
Carl Russ (215) WLB
Steve Strinko (235) MLB
Dave Elliot (170) WHB
Harry Banks (185) SHB
Dabe Brown (188) SAF

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power football, with a lot of for wingback Gil Chapman to bej
double team blocking by the given every opportunity to show

abilities of freshman Scott
Corbin.
Rob.Lytle and Gordon Bell
have been waging a tight
battle for the tailback position
throughout the autumn dills.
Lytle will start, but bothdwill
see action, splitting playing
time about 50-50.
The biggest question mark on
defense is the status of middle
guard Tim Davis. Davis bruised
a foot and is still way below par,
but he apparently will start.
Though they may be the only
ones on campus who believe

(86) Lynn Heil (222) SEj
(77) Lester Washington (236) LT
(59) Larry Bush (222) NG
(78) Tyrone Dye (246) RT
(90) Dave Wagner (209) QE
(20) Andre Jackson (227) LLB
(52) John Campbell (196) RLB
(43) Earl Douthitt (235) LC
(18) Bob Elliott (177)
(29)Rick Penny (188) FS
(49) Shanty Burks (181) RC
that Iowa will be a difficult foes,
the Michigan team and coaches=
are being careful to guard
against overconfidence.
Warns Moeller, "We tell the
players that Iowa is not an 0-11
team. They are an 0-0 team,
just like we are. Commings
teams have always been great
on execution, and he will bring
them in here fired up and
ready to go."
Iowa will no longer be an 0-0
team after this afternoon. And
no one is willing to bet that
they will leave town 1-0.

By STEVE KIRSCHNER
Coach Cal Stoll of Minnesota
has placed his Gophers in se-
clusion to prepare for Ohio
j State in a Big Ten football
opener in Minneapolis today.
"We wanted to get away from;
the distractions on the campus1
at home," Stoll explained in a
telephone report this week from
a lake resort near Alexandria,
Minn., 130 miles northwest of
Minneapolis.
REALISTICALLY, the Goph-!
ers might as well stay there3
until tomorrow as it probably
wouldn't affect the outcome of~
the game all that much. Simply
stated, the Buckeyes are again
loaded with talent. They remainj
ever threatening on offense and
awesome defensively.
On offense, they are led by
last year's MVP in the Big
Ten, Archie Griffin, who estab-
lished the all-time Conference
rushing record of 1,577 yards.
QB Cornelius Greene proved in
last year's Rose Bowl that he
is an accurate passer as well as
la nimble runner The FB snot

er in the conference last year,
while Bohlig claimed runner-up
honors in both passing and total
offense categories.
THE BOILERMAKERS, mean-
while, will rely on the talents
of backs Mike Northington and
Scott Dierking as well as split-
end speedster Larry Burton.
Defensively, both squads lost
key seniors to graduation and
the resulting inexperience will
further add to an offensive
battle.
The combination of 36 return-
ing lettermen and QB Mitch
Anderson's passing talents serve
to make Northwestern a dan-
gerous and talented team this
season as they clash with Mich-
igan State in East Lansing to-
day.
THE SPARTANS can look for-

30phers
ward to the return of a healthy
Charlie Baggett at QB. Blend
in the power running FB Clar-
ence Bullock and State could
move the ball much better ;his
year.
Defensively, both squads are
shallow. State fears for it's
green secondary while the Wild-
cats ranked ninth in the con-
ference in total defense last
year.
Indiana, winless in the con-
ference at 0-8 last season, will
try for ball control at Illinois
with the Big Ten's biggest of-
fensive line, a ve ra g i n g251
pounds. Illinois has quarterback
uncertainty but boasts a top-
notch defense headed by the
nation's top pass interceptor
last year in the presence of
Mike Gow.

Harriers battle tough
foes, in season opener

By FRED GAULT

coaches had been spending their guards," commented Moeller. his stuff before the home crowd.E
spare moments looking at old "They also have two play-action Fullback Chuck Heater, whoj
films in an attempt to refresh passes from the Wing T. They'll has been bothered by strained
their knowledge of the wing-T- try to lull you asleep with their knee ligaments, is apparently1
the offense Bob Commings has running game, and then hit you fit and ready to go. The coaches
installed in his inaugural cam- with the bomb." will also try to test the cap-

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is more than adequate
powerhouse Pete Johnson
Harold Henson.
Ohio State's defense is
anchored by standouts in
likes of Neal Colzie, Pete
sick, and Van DeCree.

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By TOM DURANCEAU regular season last fall,423-14 by Orange Bowl, Champion Nittany
After last week's semi-false Notre Dame, and the 42-21 hu- Lions of Penn State. Although
start of college football games miliation in the Rose Bowl by Stanford will probably take a
of national interest, a full slate Ohio State obviously did not set back seat to USC in the Pac-8
of ranked teams swing into ac- well with the Cardinal and Gold. conference, the Cardinals will
tion Saturday. . They will try to get this season certainly test the Nittany Lions
Without a doubt, the game of off to a rousing start against in the opener for both teams.
the week has to be when Pacific Arkansas. Stanford will rely on the
Coast Conference powerhouse Coach Frank Broyles' Razor- passing of highly touted quarter-
Southern California rolls into, back charges were extremely back Mike Cordova and the run-
Razorback country to tangle disappointing last year, ending ning of Scott Laidlaw and Ron
with Arkansas at Little Rock. 1 the season at only the .500 level I nge but any attack will ha .

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COACH JOHN McKAY'S
crew from the coast lost heav-!
ily through graduation, but anl
abundance of talent returns,.
lead by All-American Anthony
Davis l Davis, a 200 pound half-!
back, led the Trojans in rushingI
last year and his speed will ha-l
rass opponents again this year.
Southern Cal was adged in the i

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(5-5-1) with no bowl bid. They a hard time moving against
were beaten by USC last year Penn State's tradidtionally gran-
17-0 and the Razorbacks will ite-like defense. Although los-
have their hands full trying to ing players the caliber of All-
avenge that loss. Americans Ed O'Neill and Ran-
A host of intersectional con- dy Crowder may hurt the Lion
tests besides the USC-Arkansas defense, wily Joe Paterno has
game open the season with a 'come up with a number of stal-
bang Saturday. warts on defense to replace
STANFORD TRAVELS cross- them. Ends Dave Graf and
country to do battle with the Greg Murphy will anchor the

ITHE GOPHER offense is con-
centrated in running back Rick
Upchurch and a highly-touted
but as yet untested Tony Dungy
at QB while the defense is an
all-lettermen array, led by safe-
ly Doug Beaudoin and tackle:
forward line and will key the up with to crack the Tide de- Keith Simons. Simons has start
defense. fenders. All-American lineback- j d all 22 games since putting w
ON OFFENSE the Nittany er Woodrow Lowe returns along on a Gopher uniform and rates
Lions lost Heisman Trophy win- with End Mike Dubose and de- post-season honors this year.
ner John Cappelletti at half- fensive backs Ricky Davis, Ty- An anticipated crowd of 55,000
back, but leading the offense: rone King and Mike Washing- will be on hand in Ross-Ade
will be quarterback Tom Sha- ton to form the core of the Ala- Stadium today as the Boiler-
man, the outstanding player of bama defense. Maryland will makers of Purdue host the:
last year's Orange Bowl vic- battle to the end but will prob- Badgers of Wisconsin in a gameI
tory. It is a long plane ride ably endtup short in this clash that should be highlighted by'
from Palo Alto to University! between teacher (Bear Bryant) offense.
Park and it would be an even and pupil (Jerry Claiborne). The Badgers have an exciting
longer ride back if Stanford Other major national games 1-2 punch in tailback Billy
Coach Jerry Claiborne takes this week include: Colorado at Marek and QB Greg Bohlig.
Cah errylraioneakeswnLouisiana State, Rice at Hous- Marek was second leading rush-
has Maryland Terrapins downt ton, Florida State at Pitt, Mis- --'-'-'........
to Dixie to crunch heads with ,
Bear Bryant's Crimson Tide sissippi at Missouri, and Ne-
from Alabama in a battle of braska at Oregon.
nationally ranked teams in Tus
caloosa. C RE
The steadily improving Ter-
rapin gridders should give the
"Bear" all he can handle. The Boston University 7, Maine 6
Maryland defense returns eightI
of eleven starters from last HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
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MARYLAND'S lefense will by CHAGALL, DALI,
have to contend wi.i more good VASSARELLY stolen
running backs than Bryant has from
"hell drills" and e will use CENTICORE
them all against th Terps. C
The Alabama defe. ise is awe- BOOK SHOP
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Michigan's cross country team
will face its first test of the
season today at 11:30 when they
square off with a host of teams
at Eastern Michigan.
Ron Warhurst, new distance.
coach, optimistically comment-
on this year's squad.
"We've got the personnel to
run with any team in the Big
Ten and a good chance of win-
ning it. Attitudes are very good
despite some disruption involved
in moving over to the new field-
house."
The freshman crop should
'prove a strong spot this sea-
son as several moved into key
varsity positions during last
week's time trials. Warhurst
had nothing but praise for
Jay Amstead, Mike McGuire,
Sam Duran, Bill Donakowski,
Dave Furst and Tom Schmidt.
"Although I'm not emphasiz-
ing this meet as much as some
others, you should remember
that this will be the first dis-
tance race for the incoming
freshmen and they're all fired
t3

up," Warhurst remarked.
Stalwarts Jon Cross and Keith
Brown, Michigan record holders
in the six and three mile re-
spectively, will team up with
Big Ten steeple chase cham-
pion Greg Meyer to lead the
Blue. Warhurst looks for An-
steatt, McGuire, and Donakow-
ski to fill out the last three
spots.
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RACES TIGHTEN

Tigers club

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Ben Oglivie slug-
ged a three-run homer and a
run-scoring double and JimI
Nettles drove in two runs with'
a homer and a single last night,
leading the Detroit Tigers to a
6-3 victory over the New York
Yankees.
New York had jumped to a
3-0 lead on Lou Piniella's
three-run homer off Woodie
Fryman in 'the first inning,
but Oglivie got a run back
for the Tigers in the bottom
of the first with a scratch
double off left fielder Piniel-
la's glove.
Reggie Sanders opened the
Tigers sixth with a double off
loser Doc Medich, 18-13, and
came home on a single by
Nettles.
Fryman went all the way for
the victory, scattering seven
hits.
* * *
Sox close
MILWAUKEE - Rico Petro-

celli's run-scoring double in the
10th inning snapped a 5-5 tie
and led the Boston Red Sox to
an 8-5 victory over the Milwau-
kee Brewers last night.
Darrell Evans led off the
10th with a single and then
Petrocelli doubled to the left
field wall, scoring evans.
Mario Guerrero singled, Pet-1
rocelli stopping at third and
Guerrero taking second on the
throw to home plate. Both
runners scored on Bob Mont-
gomery's single to left.
Doubles by Carl Yastr emski
and Petrocelli gave Boston a
4-3 lead in the third, but the
Brewers tied it in their half on
Scott's second homer of the
night.
Rangers hang in
ARLINGTON, Tex. - The
Texas R a n g e r s rode Lenny
Randle's two-run double and
Ferguson J a n k i n s' seven-hit
pitching to a 3-1 victory over
Oakland last night, shaving the

rinkees
A's American League West lead
to five games.
Oakland took 'a 1-0 lead in
the third inning on Reggie
Jackson's sacrifice fly but
the Rangers rallied in the
bottom of the inning.
Joe Lovitto singled and Cesar
Tovar was hit by a pitch.
Randle then tripled high off the
right field wall for the two runs.

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COURSES IN CHRISTIAN FORMATION
FALL 1974
( THE NARROW RIDGE
Leader: Rev. Andrew Foster. Time and Dates: Friday
evenina, Oct. 4 and All Day Saturday, Oct. 5
PLACE: Canterbury House
THE PARABLES
Leader: Rev. Andrew Foster. Time and Dates: Friday
evening, Nov. 8, and All Day Saturday, Nov. 9
PLACE: Canterbury House
FUNDAMENTALS OF ROMAN CATHOLICISM: PART I
Leader: Fr. Bill Gavin, S.J. Time and Dates: 7:30-9:30
p.m. 9 Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 18
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Chapel
HUMAN SEXUALITY AND CHRISTIAN VALUE'S
Leader: Fr. Charles Irvin. Time and Dates: 7:30 pm.
Thursdays, Oct. 17 and 24, Nov. 7 and 21
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Chapel
THEOLOGY OF LIBERATION
Leader: Sr. Connie Smedinqhoff. Time and Dates: 7:30-
9:00 p.m. 5 Wednesdays. beainninq Oct. 1 6
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Chapel
THE CHANGING FOCUS IN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY: PART 11
Leader: Sr. Connie Smedinqhoff. Time and Dates: 7:30-
9:00 p.m. 4 sessions on alternate Mondays to be announced
PLACE: The Newman Center, St. Mary's Chapel
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER PROGRAM
Leaders: Fr. Bob Livinaston, 663-0557
Dmand Del Bitondo, 971 -4637
Dates: Oct. 4-6 Nov. 22-24, 1974
Feb. 14-16; May 16-18. 1975
PLACE: Sienna Heiqhts Colleae, Adrian, Michigan
PREPARING FOR MARRIAGEa
1. Marriaqe Preparation Seminar
Contact St. Mary's Student Chapel
Time and Dates: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20, 23, 27, 30; Nov. 3, 6
2. Engaged Encounter Weekends
Contact a chaplain, 663-0557
Time and Dates: Sept. 20-22; Oct. 1 1-13, 25-27;
Nov. 8-10, 15-17
PLACE: Sacred Heart Seminary, 2701 Chicago Blvd., Detroit
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

New York
Boston
Baltimore'
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Detroit
Oakland
Texas
Minnesota
Chicago
Kansas City
California

w
78
76
76
71
69
67
ties t
83
78
73
72
70
58
Results

L
67
68
69
72
77
78
63
68
72
74
74
89

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.473
.46,
.568
.334
.503
.493
.486
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914
11
5
9%
12
25,

Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Montreal
New York
Chicago
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Atlanta
Houston
S,' n Francisco
San Diego

w
77
76
73
66
65
58
'West
91
78
71
66
53

L
67
67
71
77
77
86
52
56
67
72
78
92

Pet. GB
.535 -
.531 %
.507 4
.462 102/.
.458 11
.403 19

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interested in educational innovation and protection of
student interests.
COMMITTEES INCLUDE:

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Baltimore 3, Cleveland 2, 1st
Cleveland at Baltimore, inc.
Chicago 8, California 0, 1st

Results
New York 6, Chicago 0, 1st
Chicago 4, New York 3, 2nd, 11 inn.

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