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Page Eight


f hursday, September 26, 1974

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY rhursdoy, September 26, 1974

Gri~dde Pichs
COLUMBUS ( P)-One of the best-kept secrets on the Ohio State
campus became public knowledge today, when OSU Athletic
Director Ed Weaver told a jam-packed press conference that
Soviet Defense Minister Andrei Grechko is in reality the long-
lost half-brother of Woody Hayes.
"WOODY'S FATHER evidently, spent some time building the
old Srepinskayevich Steel Works for the Czar," Weaver said,
"and Grechko's mother worked on the same project. le must
have been quite an old buzzard."
1. Navy at MICHIGAN 12. Grambling vs. Morgan St.
(pick score) (game in Washington, D.C.)
2. Washington St. at Illinois 13. Edinboro St. at Slippery
3. Indiana at Kentucky Rock
4. Penn St. at Iowa 14. Miami (F) at Tampa
5. MSU at UCLA 15. Texas at Texas Tech
6. TCU at Minnesota 16. W. Virginia at Tulane
7. Northwestern at Nebraska 17. Tennessee at Auburn
8. SMU at Ohio St. 18. N. Carolina at Maryland
9. Purdue at Notre Dame 19. S. Carolina at Georgia
10. Wisconsin at Colorado 20. DAILY LIBELS at Detroit
11. Arizona State at Missouri Lions (in Hamtramck)

half brother

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For the last three years the
NCAA has allowed freshmen to
participate in basketball and
football at the varsity level.
During this time Ohio State has
showcased Archie Griffin, Tony
Dorsett has starred for Pitt and
other newcomers have establish-
ed themselves across the na-
But Michigan coach Bo
Schembechler has been contentj
in playing his experienced jun-
iors and seniors throughout this
period. Two years ago not a
single freshman played varsity
football for the Wolverines, and
last year only Jim Smith played
more than a token amount.
However this fall, against
Iowa and Colorado, seven rook-'
ies have already seen action
carrying the ball, making
tackles and pass defending.
Schembechler has been play-
ing the frosh out of neces-
sity. "We're not quite as deep
as we have been, and I've
been forced to use some as
back-ups," he commented.
Schembechler feels that they
would be getting more valuable
experience if they could be
playing with the varsity-reser-
ves, where they could have
considerably more playing time.
Handling the punting chores
for the Blue this season is John
Anderson, fresh out of Wau-
kesha High School in Wisconsin.
Anderson faces a lot of pres-
sure in his brief appearances.
"Oh God he's got alot of
responsibility out there," said
Schembechler, "but he's a
mature kid and a good ath-
"He's a pretty good tight end
too--real good for a freshman,"

Bo continied, "He saved a
touchdown for us against Colo-
rado. They had set up their wall
on a punt return and he made
the tackle."
Anderson has averaged 35.5
yards a kick and has lofted
them high enough to allow for
coverage by the down lineman.
Iowa and Colorado collected
only 26 yards in punt returns
against the Wolverines.
Three frosh have seen ac-
tion in the offensive backfield
-Scott Corbin at fullback,
Max Richardson at tailback,
and Jim Pickens at wingback.
Corbin is Chuck Heater's
back-up and if Heater's injured
knee hadn't come around in
time for Iowa, Corbin would
have started. Hailing from Cin-

few plays for the Wolverines
and has not yet touched the
ball. An all-around schoolboy
athlete, Pickens carried a 4.0
high school grade-point aver-
age and turned down offers
from Harvard and other Ivy
League schools to attend
Don Dufek's "little" brother
Billy played briefly at strong
tackle against Colorado and will
probably see more action as the
season progresses. Tipping the
scales at 265, the younger Du-
fek has offensive line coach
Jerry Hanlon rubbing his hands
with glee for the future..
Defensively, two recruits
have seen action on the var-
sity gridiron. In the Iowa
game Derrick Howard and
Dwight Hicks became the
first freshmen to play on the
Michigan defensive unit since
the Korean War, when former
Wolverine coach Bennie Oos-
terbaan employed frosh.
Howard, another of the many
Ohioans on the team, substitutes
for Harry Banks at strong side
halfback and has madegthree
Hicks, who captained both his
high school football and basket-
ball teams in New Jersey,
stands in for all-American Dave
Brown at safety, when Dave
Brown gets a rest.
Schembechler said there are
other freshmen of comparable F
talent, but they are playing po- in
sitions which are wellastocked
with veterans. They and the m
aforementioned freshmen look P
to supply Michigan football fans al
with a rosy future. a






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"Oh, God he's got
o lot of responsibil-
ity out there . ."
-Bo Schembechler
on John Anderson
cinnati, Corbin shattered many
of former Wolverine fullback Ed
Shuttlesworth's Woodward High
School records. At 6-1 and 225,
Corbin has averaged five yards
in three varsity rushes.
Running behind Gordon Bell
and Rob Lytle, Richardson has;
looked impressive in his cameo
appearances. The Fort Wayne,
Ind. native has picked up 30
yards in only four attempts,
showing outsanding power and
Pickens, playing behind Gil
Chapman, has been in only a
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Daily Photo
RESHMAN Jim Pickens (18) moves out on a pass pattern
Michigan's 31-0 victory over Colorado. Pickens is one of
nany freshmen Michigan coach Schembechler has em-
loyed in the Wolverines opening two games. Considered an
ll-around athlete, he also carried a straight A grade-point
verage through high school.



By The Associated Press
YPSILANTI - The Detroit
Pistons reduced their squad
by two players yesterday,
placing veteran guard Dennis-
Layton and former University
of Michigan star Henry Wil-
Smore on waivers.
Layton came to the Pistons
as a free agent after playing
two years at Phoenix and a
half-season with Portland. Wil-
more was Detroit's fifth-round
draft choice in 1973

is cut
ship committee chairman, said
sanction for the match has been
denied because the fight's pro-
moters "have failed to comply
with WBA rules concerning
world championships."
The WBA action, Brennan
said, was intended to cast "no
reflection on Foreman and
Ali, since they are unquestion-
ably the proper contestants for
the heavyweight title." The
fight is set for Oct. 30.

versity Women's Tennis Team
seemed to forget to string their
racquets as they were routed
by the Michigan women, 9-0
in a match yesterday.
Powerful Diane Czarnecki
from Flint lead the victory with
a 6-0, 6-0 singles victory over
Madeline Schultz and came
back in the doubles to team
with Theresa Traber to down
Schultz and Eastern's Laura
Hoffman, 6-0, 6-1.
So devastating was the Michi-
gan victory that the largest
number of games won by an
Eastern netterina set was only
Next action for the Women's
Tennis team is at Mt. Pleasant
against Central Michigan Uni-
versity on October 3.


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