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-iday, October 18, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OAKLAND-Joe' Rudi's
eventh - inning home
tn broke a tie and gave
he Oakland A's a 3-2
ictory over the Los An-
eles Dodgers and their
ird straight World Ser-
s championship Thurs-

day night.
Rollie Fingers was nam-
ed the most valuable playert
of the series after pitching
two shut-out relief innings
and posting the sixth save
of his world series career,:
a record.

THE A'S TOOK the early and brought in Odom. the same sector that Fosse's
lead, scoring single runs in the Blue stomped angrily off the shot had five innings earlier
first two innings and again fol- mound and into the dugout and the A's had the one run
lowing the Series-long pattern without waiting for Odom to they needed to win the game
of taking advantage of Los An- reach the mound. The reliever Now that he was in front,
geles mistakes. completed the walk to Mar- Dark wasted no time.
In the first, Bert Campaneris shall, but got out of the inning HE REACHED for Fingers,
opened with a single against by getting Lopes on a force the ace of his bullpen, to start
Sutton. Bill North forced play. the eighth inning.
Campy and on the first pitch to As\ the Dodgers took the field Bill Buckner led off with a
San Bando, North took off for and the A's came to bat in the hit into right-center and when
second. bottom of the seventh, the fans the ball hopped over center
The American League base- in left field began pelting Buck- fielder Bill North's glove, Buck-
stealing leader with 54 during ner with debris in a scene remi- ner tried to reach third base
the regular season, beat Yea- niscent of the 1972 Series when but two pin point throws by
ger's throw easily and when the they did the same thing to Cin- Reggie Jackson and second
ball skipped into center fields, cinnati left fielder Pete Rose. baseman Dick Green nailed
North jumped to his feet and MARSHALL HAD waited pa- him.
raced to third. tiently during the delay. Finally. After Buckner's baserunning
IT WAS THE sixth Dodger he went to work on Rudi. blunder had given Fingers a
error of the five-game Series The first pitch was a mistake breather, he walked Wynn. But
and, a moment later, Bando and Rudi sent it rocketing into that was to be the last Dodger
made Los Angeles pay for it the left field seats. It landed in I to reach base.
with a long sacrifice fly. . m- M......
Fosse led off the second in-
ning and sent Sutton's one- )
strike pitch deep into the lower m es
left field seats for a home run,
making the score 2-0. "
VID'A BLUE protected that look for second Wil
2-0 lead until the sixth inning
but the Dodgers suddenly came By GORDON ATCHESON aerial game.
alive and scored two runs to tie "er
he gamse. Notre Dame losing two foot- 'We're basically a straight-
the game. ball games in a season-to the ahead running team," Brown
Pinch-hitter Tom Paciorek, same team? Sounds crazy, but said yesterday. "And Notre
batting for Sutton, started e that's just what Michigan's var- Dame likes to establish a
rally with a firspitch double. sity reserve squad hopes will ground attack too, although they
Buckner sacrificed the runners: happen when they take the field throw a lot of play action
to second and third. against the Fighting Irish this passes."
JIMMY WYNN'S sacrifice d. afternoon. MICHIGAN'S only previous
scoredPaciorY n', armoeny THE BABY BLUE will square- game this season was the South
scored Paciorek a momentsingle off against the South Bend re- Bend battle, while the Irish!
later,d Steve. It Garveys single serves at 2:30 this afternoon have lost to the Wolverines!
tof the SreIwas the eighth in Michigan Stadium after past- and Indiana's reserves.
most of any player on either ing Notre Dame 31-12 on their In their previous meeting,
home turf earlier this season. Michigan and Notre Dame both
team.,I successfully moved the ball
In the seventh, Blue retired Despite that lopsided score, through the air. Breakdowns in
the first two batters but then Wolverine varsity reserve coach the Irish pass coverage helped
walked Yeager. When the first Dennis Brown anticipates a Michigan score on two longI
two pitches to Marshall were tough contest in which both completions.
out of the strike zone, Manager teams will keep the ball on the Although Notre Dame couldn'tI
Alvin Dark lifted his starter ground before going to the dent the scoreboard via the air,
- -I-ri h did r-l un alm ost 300 I

AP Photo
THE DODGERS' Davey Lopes is out trying to steal second base in action occuring in the
third inning last night. Bert Campaneris, A's shortstop, is putting the tag on Lopes after receiv-
ing a low throw from catcher Ray Fosse. Oak land went on to win the game, 3-2, and its
third World Series in a row.

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NBA
Ricardo Vazquez Montesino-Seco de vanderZee, world re- New York 89, New Orleans 74

nowned Peruvian-Dutch placekicking specialist, has been signed NHL
to handle all future kickoffs and PATS, Libel mastermind Field- Buffalo 6, California 1

Badgers'

erratic

yards and Brown looks for more ing H. Feldman announced yesterday. Boston 4, Philadelphia 2
of the same today. The former placekicker, exiled in disgrace to the Seychelles Washington 4, Chicago 3
BROWN, HOWEVER, plans Islands, was unavailable for comment. "And that's just as well," St. Louis 3, Montreal z
no major defensive changes. said a reliable source. "Old Whatwashisname had all the per- WOMEN'S TENNIS
"We will come out in a five-man sonality of Kellogg's Corn Flakes smothered in Valvoline." Michigan 9, EMU 0
front," he said. "That's what vanderZee, meanwhile, filled out his Griddes and sent them
we used last time and they to the Daily just before the midnight deadline. If Indiana beats
know we'll be using it again." Ohio State, the Pizza Bob's pizza will he his for sure. ANNOUNCEMENT
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By BRIAN DEMING
n aroused horde of embar-y
ised Badger defenders will
re across the line at the
arious Michigan offense to-
rrow.
This flushed-faced Wiscon-
in crew suffered an igno-
ninious 52-7 shellacking to
he Colossus of Columbus,
)hio State, last week and
ren't likely to want any more
umiliation tomorrow.
The omnipotent Buckeyes
owed out 359 yards on the
ound, and added 90 through
e air on six of eight com-
etions. While Herculean tail-,
ck Archie Griffin sauntered.
his usual one hundred yard-
s day (112 yards), quarter-!
ck Cornelius Greene did the
al damage with 146 rushing
rds.
The Badger defense, essen-
ial in the Wisconsin wins
ver Purdue, Nebraska and

Missouri, has yet to hold any-
one to less than 300 yards.
In the upset of Nebraska,
the Cornhuskers amassed only
20 points with 258 yards rush-
ing and 47 passing. Though not
staggering statistics, they were
enough to complete the upset
21-20.
According to defensive co-
ordinator Lew Stueck, "The
tougher the game got, the
tougher we got. The mark of
a fine defensive team is when
you don't cave in in the face
of adversity.'
Head Coach Jardine added,
"The defense stopped them
time after time. They bent a
few times, but they held on."
The Colorado Buffaloes, Wis-
consin and Michigan's only
common opponent rolled up
271 yards rushing and 118
yards passing against the
Badgers on their way to a
24-21 win. By comparison, the

Buffaloes managed just 181}
yards in total offense againstI
the Maize and Blue.
Middle guard Mike Jenkins
anchors a Wisconson defensive
line that has given up an aver-
age of 4.6 yards per rushing
play. The six-foot, 224-pound
senior was the leading tackler
through five games last year
until knee injury against Michi-
gan sidelined him for the sea-
son. He is second on this year's
team with 20 solos and 25 as-
sists.
IGary Dickert (6-3, 221) and
6-1, 216-pound Bob Czechowicz
man the tackle positions. Dick-
ert is a two-year senior letter-
man while Czechowicz is a
freshman.
Letterman Mike Vesperman
and co-captain Mark Zakula
will start at the ends. The
227-pound Zakula had an ex-
cellent game against Purdue
with five solo tackles.
"He was all over the field,"
Jardine noted. "He played his
best game ever."
Team leader in tackles, Rick
Jakious will accompany 5-11
junior Jim Franz at the line-
hacking position. Jakious, a six-
foot, 217-pound senior, has
made 26 solo tackles and has,
assisted on 28 more.
Through the air the Badger
idefense has allowed a 50 per
cent completion rate and an
average of 126 yards per
game.
At left-cornerback will be 6-1,
188-pound senior Alvin Peabody.
The usual starter at the other
corner is junior Greg Lewis
who is second on the squad in
breaking up passes. However a
knee injury has made him a:
doubtful starter and his re-
placement will probably be 6-0,

Since neither varsity re
team has worked much
176-pound junior Bill Drum- unit, Brown predicted
mond. turnovers c o u I d decid
Juniors Terry Buss at safety game's outcome. "The
and Steve Wagner at defen- with the fewest fumble
sive back complete the back- interceptions w i IIinev
field lineup. Buss is third on win," he said. "That wa
the team in tackles with 27 case before and there's n
solo and 15 assists. Wagner, son it won't be now."
meanwhile leads the team in BROWN ADDED tha
passes broken up (5) and in squad that comes up wi
interceptions (3). "big break" early will ha
Giving up an average of 26 overwhelming advantag
points per game, the Badger After today's game, the
defense is by no means ironclad. Blue will round out thes
But after facing Nebraska, with action against B
Colorado, Missouri, and Ohio Green and Toledo nextn
State in successive weeks the Admission to all the gar
likes of the Wolverines are not free.
likely to impress them and, I g ::ma ::::
before the hometown crowd, the
Badgers are itching for another
upset. In any event the Badger!MU
defense has to prove to them-,
selves and the world that no
team is going to batter them Players Series
like the Buckeyes did. _
________ -PRESENTS

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1. MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
(pick score)
2. Indiana at Ohio State
3. Michigan State at Illinois
4. Purdue at Northwestern
5. Iowa at Minnesota
6. Alabama at Tennessee
7. Arizona at Texas Tech
8. Arkansas at Texas
9. Georgia Tech at Auburn
10. Colorado at Oklahoma
11. Nebraska at Kansas

12. Miami (Fla.) at West
Virginia
13. Navy at Air Force
14. N.C. State at North Carolina
15. Dartmouth at Brown
16. Florida at Florida State
17. Missouri at Oklahoma State
18. Waynesburg at Slippery
Rock
19. Wayne State at Hillsdale
20. DAILY LIBELS at
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upec Johnson named
o-captains of young
ichigan cage squad
By RICH LERNER
Michigan basketball coach Johnny Orr officially named his
-captains for the 1974-75 season yesterday. C.J. Kupec was
med for an unprecedented second year in a row, and Joe
hnson has been tabbed as the other leader.
Kupec was co-captain with the now departed Campy
ussell, a year ago. The 6-8 senior led the Wolverines in
ebounding and was second to Russell in scoring. Orr is
counting on Kupec to pick up much of the scoring slack,
this season. .
"It is a nice honor," commented Kupec, "and it gives an
Ided incentive to the season. But just because we're desig-
ated captains the leadership is not just on our shoulders..
illy (Ayler), (Wayman) Britt and (Steve) Grote will also have
be leaders."
Johnson, a senior from Detroit, is the team's premier
playmaker and led Michigan in assists last season. An ex-
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Both players agree that one of the bigger responsibilities is
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