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Tuesday, October 29, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven .I

... WOODY'S LEGION MARCH ON

Iowan heroics

deflate

Illini

By RAY O'HARA
Once again there is only one
game of national import leftj
on the Big Ten schedule, but
that sad fact could mean less
to the members of the no-longer-
so-little eight.
That football is still played
with determination, enthusiasm.
and even skill among the ranks
of mere mortals was amply
demonstrated by the spirited
action found in various corners
of the Big Ten last Saturday.
In Iowa City, an Illinois team
with excellent credentials was a
reasonable choice to cruise past
an erratic Hawkeye squad that
has experienced more downs;
than ups this season. Iowa, how-,
ever, put together a desperate
last minute drive to pull victory
from the jaws of defeat, 14-12.
The Big Ten's most exciting
game of the year thus far
found the Iowa troops knock
ing at the door repeatedly in
the closing minutes, only to be
turned away twice by the stub-
born Illini defense within 4he
Illinois twenty yard line.
The tenacious Hawkeyes kept
Billboard
All men and women in-
terested in officiating IM bas-
ketball are invited to attend
an organizational meeting to-
night at 7:30 in the wrestling
room of the IM building.

pounding right back but with
Iowans camped on the Illini{
eight yard line with a miniscule
seventeen seconds left to play
there was no room left for the
luxury of another botched scor-
ing opportunity.
U. ,.
Iowa coach Bob Commings
decided to pull out the back
page of the Hawkeye playbook'
and called the seldom used
screen pass.+
"It's called the 1-29 and we
put it in just fo rthis week,"'
beamed Commings. "We could-
n't have used it earlier because
you need just about everybody
rusing you to make the play
effective."
The Illini did their utmost to'
cooperate by ordering up at

strong rush and a man-to-man
defense on the eligible receivers.
The diabolical scheme work-
to perfection as Ed Donavan
caught the desperate aerial
and scooted into the Illinois
end zone to win their third
game of the season.
Few were surprised at the
outcome of the OSU-Northwest-
ern game, a 55-7 victory for
Woody's crew, but even fewer
expected to see the events
which transpired in the first
quarter. The marauding Buck-
eyes took the opening kick-off
and marched majestically to a
touchdown.
Things got interesting, how-
ever, when the Wildcats 'took
the ball and plodded upfield for
no less than eleven minutes.
Jim Pooler's seven yard run
for a NU touchdown was the
culmination of that 85-yard, 21-

play drive. ictory for the 'Feisty Farmers'
Fortunately for the Big Buck- in East Lansing. The Boilers
eye's heart condition, kick re- racked up 400 yards of total
turn specialist Len Willis took dffense but only the four touch-
the NU boot on his own eight downs scored by Charlie Bag-
and didn't stop until he reached' gltt and Rick Baes counted on
the Wildcat end zone. the scoreboard.
Despite gaining over 270 The fans -weren't boreda in
yards, Northwestern could not Bloomington as a fired-up band
score again and succumbed to of Indiana Hoosiers gave the
the powerful Buckeye horde highly-touted Wisconsin'Badgers
which was led by You-Know- more than they bargained for.
Who Griffin's r e c o r d - {tying Indiana mentor Lee Corso,
seventeenth straight game of figured that if Ohio State, 'Ne-
rushing for more than 100 yards. braska and Michigan could not
Woody Hayes announced stop the Offensive juggernaut
Monday that he would make from dairyland then Indiana
some changes in his defense, wasn't about to. So he decided
which has yet to turn 'in a to simply outscore them.
solid performance. The strategem nearly worked
Incredibly, the MSIU Spartans but the Badger attack was a
didn't turn the ball over even little too strong and Wisconsin
once to the Purdue Boiler- escaped another road game
makers and the result was 31-7 disaster, 35-25.

"CLB looks in mid-season form"
y

4AP Photo
RAY GRIFFIN'S older brother Archie of Ohio State evades Northwestern tackler as he heads
for a touchdown in the Buckeyes' 55-7 victory over the Wildcats Saturday. Griffin rushed for
173 yards, the 17th straight time he gained over 100 yards in a game, tying him with Steve
Owens of Oklahoma.
LAST CHANCE FOR MUHAMMAD:

Ali challenges

For

By AP and Reuter
KINSHASA, Zaire - T
black Americans already guz
-anteed a life's fortune seek t
-beavyweight c h a m p i o
ship of the world in this pot
black-ruled African nation
Tight in a fight that is the ric
est and zaniest ever promoted
George Foreman, a hug
brooding man from Housto
and Muhammad Ali, a bomba
from Louisville, spent the fin
day before their long-await(
fight by meeting separate
with the president of Zaire, t
African nation which is usi
this event to show the world
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP
two pass interceptions for tote
H. Feldman engineered a key,
the seventh-ranked Libels to a
Datum, Sunday.
All-America cornerback D
Technic passes and returned
second quarter.
Strong-side linebacker
other aerial later In the ne

has arrived from the civil war- r,
wo torn days when it was the Bel-
ar- gian Congo. I ai
he JOE FRAZIER, who lost his
n- heavyweight title to Foreman
two years ago, said yesterday O iI
he would like to see Foreman N
- retain the champ ionship so 'he NIGHT EDITORS
d. could have another crack at BRIAN DEMING
, him. LEBA flERTZ
as, "I give Ali all the chances in
st the world," Frazier said. "He's m u c h h a rder. I feltl
ialI George. . . My appearance"
a been around as long as me. He
knows all the rules and regu- against him was so bad I'd like
hly lations and some things that another chance."
he ae't in the rules. Eddie Fu~tch, Frazier's man-
ngarent ager, predicted Foreman wouldj
it "But George hits harder, win in four or five rounds.
Foreman is favored because
of his brute power, his utter de-
struction of all recent oppo-;
Inents nad his unbeaten record.a
He and Ali each will get $5
million for'their efforts, no mat-
?I)-The Michigan Daily ran back ter who wins.
ichdowns and quarterback Fielding D E S P I T E FOREMAN'S
third quarter scoring drive to power obvious advantages, many of;
t quar itery ovrng rive-to owr the 800 reporters here for this
an 18-0 victory over cross-town rivalI event believe Ali wil regain
the itlebhe -first won 10 years
)ave Xihak picked off three errant ago, when he beat another bearI
one for a touchdown early in the?

-The words of Ohio State Coach Jerry Waf ord after watch-
ing his 'buckeye 'hockey team get thumped 7-1 last Friday night
by Michigan.
Well, if the Wolverines are indeed in mid-season form they
Q 7j will be at the bottom of the WCHA by mid-season.
The 7-1 and 4-2 victories were not cheap or undeserved
but Michigan never took command on the scoreboard in
of a man - Sonny Liston. either contest until late in the game. Friday Michigan was
Ali lost the title in 1967 when held scoreless in the second period with a 3-1 lead and only
it was taken away from him by a late period flurry made the game so lob-sided.
boxing authorities for refusing Saturday the Maize and Blue needed 'two second period
to be drafted into the U. S. goals to tie the score and finally won on two third period scores.
Army during the Vietnam War. Superior speed, passing and better play were evidently in
He has been fighting ever since
to regain the crown and this Michigan's favor as in both games. Even while a man short, the
week's fight is almost certainly Wolverines dominated control of the puck. The only way Ohio
his last chance to win it back. State really comp eted with Michigan was in checking. But even
Part of his strategy here has here Michigan was certainly not intimidated as no less than
been to project himself as a three Buckeyes had to be helped off the ice Friday and several
true son of Africa and suggest more on Saturday.
Foreman lacks the same com- But Michigan simply did not overpower Ohio State like
mitment.w I was a ploy that they could have. Mistakes and twelve penalties Friday and
worked well enough until the more of the same Saturday are the kinds of things that will
Foreman reversed the tables. have to be eliminated if Coach Dan Farrell expects a suc-
cessful season.
F 0 R E Y * N APPEARED This week the United Press has rated Michigan fifth in the
in a flowing African robe and nation in hockey largely on the basis of All-America Robbie
raised 'his clenched fist in the Moore, and big center Angie Moretto and the large number of
Black Power salute to roars and returnees. People are expecting a lot out of this year's team
cheers from the crowd. Ali, but until play becomes sharper, more consistent, and unneces-
dressed in a controversial white sary penalties are eliminated, the fans will be disappointed.

Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN
KRIS MANERY works his way down the rice against Ohio
State in 'Saturday's action at Yost. Michigan "won the game
4-2 and swept the series. The sophomore center earned
two assists and a goal for his weekend's efforts.
-3'-

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dressing gown, came off a poor
second.
The fight was set to start at!
4 a. m.local time Wednesday-
making it 10 p.m. EST Tuesday
in the United States. The fight
ili h,) h no 2U _f

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George Hastings intercepted an-
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the Libels' second score.
Hastings was aided by five well-timed blocks on his run-
back.
The Libel defense completely shut off Datum's offense, hold-.
ing them to 87 total yards as it posted its ninth straight shutout.
The only scoring in the second half was on a Feldman toj
Hastings touchdown pass. on fourth down from the 11 yard line. I
The victory kept the Little Brown Typewriter in Libel hands
for the 15th consecutive year.
For a free Pizza Bob's pizza get your picks in by midnight

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.........Int me6 800m-seat Stadium of
the 20th of May in Kinshasa
T e ToD 20 was delayed for five weeks be-
cause of a cut over Foreman's
By The Associated Pr ss right eye inflicted during a
L ohio State 4)7-0-0 1, sparring session Sept. 16.
2. Oklahora 14 6-0-0 1,123____________
3. MICHIGAN 2 7-0-0 969'-
4. Alabama 1 7-0-0 887
5. Auburn 1 7-0-0 765 S O E
6. So. California 5-1-0 584
7. Tie Notre Dame 6-1-0 559
Tie Daily Libels 7-0-0 559
8. Texas A&M 6-1-0 513 NHIL
9. Nebraska 5-5-o 336
10. Penn State 6- 1-0 N.Y. Islanders 10, California 1
11. Florida 6-1-0 236 NFL
12. Texas 5-2-0 214.
13. Texas Tech 5-1-1 198 Pittsburgh 24, Atlanta 17
14. Arizona St. 5-1-0 175
15. Maryland 5-2-0 159 wIA
16. Miami, O. 6-0-1 59 Toronto 7,'Phoenix 3
17. Mississippi St. 6-1-0 28 -
18. UCLA 4-1-2 24
19. Temple 6-0-0 16
20. San Diego St. 5-1-0 13
tie Wisconsin 4-3-0 13

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4. Michigan State at
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