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October 11, 1974 - Image 9

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face Nine





By KATHY HENNEGHAN ing able to play a good, solid
The talk around East Lansing game . . . We have a lot of
is that the defense is back. De- little injuries, but it would be
spite the graduation of defen- pretty hard to miss this one."
sive standouts such as Bill Youngs is the first to admit
Simpson and Ray Nester and the job won't be easy. "This is
the disastrous 56 - 14 loss at the best Michigan team we've
UCLA, the defense is back. seen", he said. "We're worried
Stubborn defense and a third- about Michigan."
quarter goal line stand almost State's biggest problem to-
turned last week's 19-14 loss to morrow will be containing
Notre Dame around. Dennis Franklin. "He's a sup-
Senior co-captain and de- er quarterback", Youngs said,
fensive tackle Jim Taubert "as good as anyone we've
said, "Michigan is a very seen, including Sciarra at{
good football team. To beat UCLA." That field also in.
them would be a great honor. cludes Tom Clements of No-
We're taking this as if it's tre Dame.
the best football game we're Yet another worry for the
going to play in our lives. Green Meanies is Gil Chapman.
You've got to take a Michigan "It would be pretty hard for us
team that way." to forget Chapman," Youngs
Defensive coordinator Ed admits. "He's been running
Youngs said the squad is in wild on us for two years now.
pretty good shape for tomor- He's well remembered up
row's game. "We anticipate be- here."
Sports of The, Daly
Indiana boots Soccer Club
The Indiana Hoosiers may not be overly adept at football
of the oblong variety but the Michigan Soccer Club found out
that they are best at football of the round ball variety, soccer,
as the Hoosiers bounced the Wolverines last Saturday 10-1 at
Playing on Astroturf for the first time, the Michigan
'booters found the bal moving much faster than on grass,
so fast in fact that Indiana blew out to a 4-0 lead after only
five minutes in the first half.
"Indiana controlled the game from the outset," said team
member Mike Ross, "they were much quicker than us and had
great ball control."
New soccer Coach Jim Schnare, a law student from Penn-
sylvania with four years of playing experience, was disap-
pointed with the loss. "What the score reflects rather than the
superior play of the Indiana club is the difference in programs
between Michigan and Indiana, I kind of took over the coaching
job and was stunned by how soccer is lost in the professional
attitude of the sports department here," fumed Schnare, "it's
a darn shame that at a school the size of Michigan we can't get
more than $300 for our program."
For the record next Wednesday the Soccer Club travels to
Toledo to battle the University of Toledo Rockets.
* *
State stumps gal netters
The undefeated women's intercollegiate tennis squad marred
their record yesterday by falling to the reigning Big Ten
champions from East Lansing in a close contest. In the six
singles matches, the Spartans came through with four wins
while in the doubles the Staters took two out of three from the
In first singles, Sue Selke (MSU) eeked by Diane Czarnecki
(M) 6-1, 4-6, 7-5. Missy Pollick dropped two sets 6-4, 6-4 to State's
Diane Suterko in second singles. The lone winners for Michigan,
Jan Karzen and Lori Jameson, out maneuvered their opponents
in two sets apiece.
The next match is Thursday against Eastern, 3 p.m., Varsity
* * 4
Bing returns to Pistons
Star Detroit Pistons' guard Dave Bing rejoined the club
yesterday at the persuasion of his teammates, ending but not
solving a three-week contract dispute.
"It was through them that I'm back now. They've all
asked me to come back," Bing said of his teammates. "We
feel that with or without me we're a good team but with me
we're a better team."
Bing's decision to return followed a meeting with club offi-
cials. He also had a meeting with the Pistons on Tuesday.
"I respect my teammates as individuals and I respect being
part of this team," Bing said, "and that's why I'm back and
I'm hoping to bring a championship to the city of Detroit."
*~ * *
Cowens suffers injury
Injured All-Star center Dave Cowens will be out of action
for about seven weeks, the Boston Celtics have learned just 1(
days before opening the defense of their National Basketbal

Association championship.
Cowens is lost probably until the end of November,
with a broken bone in his right foot.
Cowens sustained the fracture in an exhibition game against
the Milwaukee Bucks in New York Tuesday night.
His loss leaves the Celtics with three pivot-men: the eight
year vetern 7 foot Henry Finkel, Jim Ard, and Byron Jones.
NCAA hockey in hot water
The Minneapolis Star reported yesterday the NCAA is con
sidering dropping hockey as an intercollegiate sport.
The NCAA's action is based upon its concern that pay-
ments made by the National Hockey League through the
Amateur Hockey Association to help develop U.S. hockey
programs might be turning amateur hockey professional,
the Star said.
If the NCAA eliminates hockey, it is unclear what effect i
would have upon hockey players currently receiving scholar

... u basketball squad last season. more beef than their two fly-
MSU is more secure at the weight ends. Taubert and
Ylinebacker spots. Identical twins Schaum have the experience to
Pat and Terry McClowry, sen- make Chuck Heater have a long
' iors, start. Pat (6-3,216) was day on his up-the-middle ef-
Sport' s named AP defensive Player of forts.
the Week for his performance If the Wolverines can keep
NIGHT EDITOR. against the Irish. He had 18 Taubert and Schaum out of
MARCIA MERKER tackles, including nine solos, the picture on any given
Terry had to be satisfied with play, Heater could gain yard-
gnage in big chunks, as Rowe-
Michigan State led the Big of the game by the Mutual Net- kamp is more inexperienced
Ten in pass defense in 1973, and work, which broadcast the than Stolz would like to ad-
was second in the nation. This game nationally. mit; he was a linebacker all
was due to four seniors with The defensive line, with four of last fall.
two or -three years of exper- upperclassmen, is the most Taubert is especially looking
ience. This y e a r, the sec- established part of the de- forward to this game, and does-
ondary is short on experience fense. Mike Duda (6-1, 207) n't think the crowd at Michigan
and long on hope. Sophomore and Otto Smith (6-3, 203) are Stadium will bother him. "I'm
starters are cornerbacks Joe the ends. Taubert (6-2, 256) a firm believer", he said, "that
Hunt and John Breslin, and and Greg Schaum (6-4, 233) whether it's 60,000 or 100,000 -
safety Tom Hannon. Freshman are the tackles. The only new 40,000 just won't make that
Tom Graves is the other safety. member of the front five is much difference."
Hannon,, another in a long middle guard Kim Rowecampy'
line of college football players (6-2, 226), a sophomore. Maybe the 40,000 won't make
from Massillon, Ohio (Dennis Duda, the older brother of any difference. The number
spooeFranklin i nte) saw99I that counts is 11 - because
is another), 99 sophomore defensive back Dave that's how many of the Maize
minutes of action last year, Duda, is one of the leading a s hat aubert a
which makes him by far the tackles on the squad. He had and Blue that Taubert and Co.
most experienced defensive some heroics last year, too, like will have to handle. Theyamay
back the Spartans have. the time he broke a two-point up wishing they hato.
Breslin_ a hn etn bLUR1L 4 V U' ntadl ht te ,00

Daily Photo
MICHIGAN STATE DEFENSIVE end Mike Duda (91) plugs the gap and nails Chuck Heater
at the line of scrimmage in last year's Rain Bowl at East Lansing. Duda, who has made 16
solo tackles this year, figures to be a strong part of the State defense in tomorrow's game.

rsn, a ume Uwn Uoy
from East Lansing High, hasI
been tough for State so far.
He's the fourth Spartan in
the family. Father Jack is
executive vice-president of}
State, and a former football
and baseball letterman.
John's brother Jay played
football for the Spartans, and
Brian was a starter on the

conversion atiempt o preserve
a 10-9 MSU victory over In-
Smith, an import from Colum-
bia, worked his way into a
starting role last season, and
has more tackles than anyone
on the team except Terry Mc-
Luckily for the Spartans their
defensive tackles have a little

Orr c ages trot track

Robben Fleming moaned softly as he puzzled over his gridde
picks. "Tennessee at LSU . . . Texas Tech at Texas A&M . . .
how can they do this to me? All I want is a free Pizza Bob's piz-
za, and they come up with games that Jimmy the Greek would
cry over!"
In another part of the campus a happier mood was in
the air. "Heeyy, Tuulane at Air Force, alll right. No thanks,s
had enough. Yeah, these here games look like they could
be definitely all right. No, man, really, no more tonight. Ij
gotta be straight to do this stuff."
Down in Tuscaloosa, Bear Bryant was fuming. "How can
they do that! A Pizza Bob's pizza is valuable . . . how can theyI
not include Alabama?"

By JOHN KAHLER 'ketball coaches. But there is aI
One of the most important serious purpose behind the
track events of the basketball Michigan Mile.
season was held yesterday at In the weeks before practice
the track behind the IM build- starts, the Michigan basketball
ing. Before a sparse crowd of players have been engaging in a
coaches and puzzled onlookers, voluntary pre-season condition-
fifteen cagers ran the annual ing program. The Michigan Mile
Michigan Mile. tests how well the cagers have
. carried. out these drills.
AT FIRST glance, this eventcareouthsdil.
Aigt Feemtoganktithvtnt Last year's Michigan Mile was
Campy Russell Tennis Match won by Lloyd Schinnerer, with
Campie oa time of 5:02. His closest com-
as a piece of craziness produced petition, the now departed
by the fertile minds of the bas- py the nw edeparted
Campy Russell, managed 5:28.
j SCHINNERER was successful
C REin his title defense. Running in
S CO RxE Sthe second heat, he raced home
with an'excellent time of 4.55.

Questioned after the race, the1
junior guard from Bad Axe re-
sponded, "I was just trying to
do my best, and improve over
my time of last year. This race
isn't for competition; it's, for
"We've been running steps
and sprints since school started.
The way I figure it, if you don't
push yourself now, you won't
be able to make it when the
season starts. This is not to say
that I've pushed myself as hard
as I could, but I'm in pretty
good shape.
"EVERYBODY ran pretty
good times today. A lot of the
big guys are carrying a lot of

weight around the track, so you
can't expect their times to be
as good."
The winner of the first heat
was freshman forward Burrell
McGhee, who put on a fast
closing spurt to ice the race.
His time of 5.25 will be remem-
bered by the coaches when the
time comes to decide the start-
ing forwards.
Ann Arbor's
Professional Agency
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(pick score) Alma at Albion
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Minnesota at Indiana DAILY LIBELS
Northwestern at Iowa -
Wisconsin at Ohio State -.
Kansas at Kansas StateEC FLIGHT
Tennessee at LSU
Missouri at Nebraska 2275
Oklahoma vs. Texas
(at Dallas) 99'
West Virginia at Pitt HANG GLI
Lehigh at Rutgers
Stanford at UCLA
Texas Tech at Texas A&M SUPPLIES
Tulane at Air Force CHECK
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