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Saturday, November 9, 1974


Page Seven

Saturday, November 9, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Special To The Daily
- It's homecoming at Illinois,
the school that invented home-
coming back in 1916. The alums
are returning to the old school
to indulge in an orgy of nos-
For many years, memories
were all that Illini fans had to
keep their spirits alive, espe-
cially against League power-1
houses such as Michigan. One
could always imagine the ballj
carrier being buried alive by a{
host of Wolverine tacklers as
Red Grange, ripping through to
the endzone.
BUT MORE than nostalgia is
evident this year. The Illini are
thinking upset, and seem to
feel that they can turn the
dream into reality.



At 1:00 central standard time riddled squad is seriously short due to his ankle injury.
the Michigan Wolverines will of talent. Guard Kirk Lewis has re-
take the field at crumbling Tailback Chubby Phillips will covered sufficiently from his
Memorial Stadium, and attempt play on his injured knee, since leg injury to make the trip, and
to prove once more that they there is little talent behind will serve as messenger guard
do not choke on the road. him. Cornerback Bruce Beaman with Dave Metz.

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All season, Michigan has

barely escaped with wins on
the road, the latest a 21-7 scare
at the hands of the lowly Indi-
ana Hoosiers. A squeaker here
today would make the Ohio
State Buckeyes the prohibitive
favorites for the November 23rd
clash in Columbus. A loss could
be fatal.
"Everybody's mentally readyj
for this game," said Wolfman
Don Dufek. "I think we'll rise
to the occasion."
IF MICHIGAN can shake the
roads' blues, the Illini will ap-
pear to be in serious trouble,
since Bob Blackman's injury

however, will not play. The situ-3
ation should allow the Michigan Air Time
passing game to avoid the dan-
gerous Mike Gow. Today's Michigan - Illinois
In fact, when one looks at the game will be broadcast live
Illinois roster and the stats from Champaign beginning
from last week's massacre in at 2:00 Ann Arbor time over
Columbus, one would come to radio stations W W J - AM
the conclusion that any upset (950); WAAM-AM (1600);
talk is utter foolishness. But the W P A G - A M (1050); and
Illini feel Michigan can be had W U O M - F M (91.7). The
on the road. Michigan State - Ohio State
game will be broadcast live
ON THE BRIGHT side, the on Channel 7-WABC at 12:30. !
Michigan team imprisoned at a!
Ramada Inn in the middle of Jim Armour, formerly a mes-
nowhere is in excellent physi- senger, will hold down the other
cal shape. guard position. "He's played
Quarterback Dennis Frank- himself into a regular role".
lin has a full week's practice proclaimed Bo Schembechler.
under his belt, and appears
ready to play. However, his ef- SCHEMBECHLER was wor-
fectiveness will still be limited ried about the effect MemorialE

Stadium's substandard grass
turf would have on his team.
The turf has absorbed a lot of
water in recent days and as a
result is quite slippery.
Franklin, already hampered
by the ankle sprain, was hav-
ing a great deal of difficulty
making his cuts at practice yes-
terday. The field in fact, may
be more effective than the Illini
defense in stopping the Wolver-
ine option.
For the team, the most intol-
erable part of the past few
weeks is the waiting for Ohio
State. The games before No-
vember 23 are essentially mean-
ingless exercises and it has
been difficult for the team to
get mentally prepared.
"THE OHIO STATE game is in
the back of our minds," says
Rob Lytle, "But we just have
to take one game at a time, and
prepare for the teams we'll be
"I'm expecting a good game
today," relates Dufek, "It
seems that every team we've
played so far this year has
risen to the occasion. From
now on, teams we play won't
have much to play for except to
beat us."
But Michigan has one insur-
ance against the upset. Bo
Schembechler runs his team
with an iron hand. Anything he
does not allow is not done.
And he will not allow defeat.


Big Ten Standings
MICHIGAN 5 0 0 139 41 8 0 0 249 57
Ohio State 5 0 0 239 49 8 0 0 360 68
Michigan State 3 1 1 128 77 4 3 1 175 152
Illinois 2 2 1 83 107 4 3 1 159 164
Wisconsin 2 3 0 111 143 4 4 0 212 207
Purdue 2 3 0 113 126 3 4 1 165 170
Iowa 1 4 0 87 107 3 5 0 144 179
Minnesota 1 4 0 58 155 3 5 0 109 246
Indiana 1 4 0 75 124 1 7 0 132 196
Northwestern 1 4 0 71 175 2 6 0 95 283


MICHIGAN at Illinois
Ohio State at Michigan State
Indiana at Northwestern

Minnesota at Purdue
Wisconsin at Iowa

( 9)

Jim Smith (200)
Steve King (245)
Kirk Lewis (240)
Dennis Franks (225)
Dave Metz (235)
Pat Tumpane (240)
Greg DenBoer (233)
Dennis Franklin (180)
Rob Lytle (190)
k Htnl 4a 2I1t0



Jeff Crystal (185)
Doug Kleber (235)
Revie Sorey (265)
Stu Levenick (235)
Willie Gartrell (235)
Paul Yadron (235)
Joe Smalzer (210)
Jim Kopatz (210)
Tracy Campbell (200)
L r Schulz (205)


Daily Photo by KEN FINK
DENNIS FRANKLIN appears to be at that critical moment of decision as he executes the
famous Michigan option against Michigan State. The Wolverines are optimistic that Franklin
will be able to operate at full strength against the Illini today as he has been hampered by
a nagging sprained ankle the last two games.


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(24) Gil Chapman (180) WB (20) Frank Johnson (220)
':4 "Defense-
(81) Dan Jilek (205) LE (91) Dean March (205)'
(97) Jeff Perlinger (235) LT (96) J. DeFeliciantonio (230) I
(77) Greg Morton (230) RT (71) Mike Walters (235)
(32) Larry Banks (210) RE (92) Mark Peterson (235)
A'EI IFt Ie ner (33) Carl Russ (220) WLB (93) Roy Robinson (215) By MARCIA KATZ
(S9)Steve Strinko (230) MLB (99) Tom Hicks (235) To E ansio tay travels
(59)Eas Lansing today to meet
Special To The Daily (56) Tim Davis (210) MG (65) Ty McMillin (225) the upset minded Spartans.
D V - eician oce am s(35) Don Dufek (195) Wolf (14) Bill Uecker (208) Michigan State will have one {
DENVER-The Michigan hockey team scored two goals t (28) Tom Drake (175) WHB (24) Mike Gow (170) objective when they take the
o a valiant last period effort but couldn't overcome the h (20) Harry Banks (185) SHB (26) Bruce Beaman (170) field this afternoon: defeat Ohio
opprtmstc mdd Dnvr Poner, lsig 54 as mgt' 6) av Bown(18)S (44) Bill Kleckner (185) State and get back into the Big
A breakaway goal midway through the third period by ( 6) Dave Brown (188)
Chad Miller proved to be the clincher for Denver.
In the first period the Pioneers struck quickly, scoring
an early goal at the 2:04 mark. It came on a power play
goal, with Robinson deflecting a Thomson shot from thev
point into the net past Zimmerman" W
At 15:09 of the same period, Denver victimized a weak
clearing attempt by the Michigan defense, scoring on a
slam-bang play by Bohonus from a Kozlowski pass.
The second period opened up in similar fashion, with
Denver once again opening the scoring, as Campbell
scored an unassisted effort at 6:46. Michigan came By RICH LERNER Brown interceptmoaCapon
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right back, however, when Angie Moeretto converted The Michigan varsity-reserve. ir passtefle Smit t4o
a Krs Maerycentrin pas ino a '" a Bettis lateral and twisted 64'
a Kris Manery centering pass into a power play goal. football team completed an un- yards for a tally, breaking sev-
Two minutes later, with Denver again shorthanded, Rob defeated season yesterday, by eral tackles along the way.
Palmer shoved a pass across the crease to Manery who crushing the Toledo JayVees 40- Knickerbocker's extra point
tipped it home for the second Blue score. ; 0, here. The Baby Blue em- pattempt was unsuccessful, and
At this point the momentum seemed to be favoring ployed an overpowering rushing the Wolverines took a 27-0 lead
Michigan, but less than two minutes later, at 12:21, the attack and a stifling defense into the final quarter.
Miciga, bt lsstha tw laer at12:1, he in pillaging the young Rockets LEBA HERTZ
Pioneers scored on a picture play goal to make it 4-2. Tilacks Mie Smith aEBAEHEpTZr
Tailbacks Mike Smith and* N HEFRTpyfrm
Dekers decked Alex Johnson each scored a pair :>::- r:::::;:;":?{.scrimmage following Knicker-
SCORIN FIRST PERIOD of touchdowns to pace the Wol- up the right sideline to the bocker's kickoff, Szenderski in-
SCORING:(1. Den-Robinson (Thomson, Pazzelli) 2:04, pp; 2. verine attack. twenty, where he cut back tercepted another of Caponigro's
Den-Bohonus (Kozlowski) 15:09., ecpdantrofCpnio'
PENALTIES: M--Hughes (crosscheck) 1:43; 2. M-D. Lindskog The Blue defense led by across the field and sprinted 25 passes and brought it back to
(highsticking) 2:30; Den-Pearson (Interference) 2:30; 3. Den freshman tackle Walt Downing into the end zone untouched. the 11-yard line.
sandbeck (interference) 7:05. and linebacker Shaun Szender-
SECND ERID si sut ff Toledo, holding the STEVE Knickerbocker boated Two plays later Johnson danc-
SCORING: 3. Den-Campbell (unassisted) 6:36; 4. M-Moretto ski shut oed his way to a touchdown from
(Manery) 9:41, p.p.; 5. M-Manery (Palmer) 11:11 p.p.; 6. Den- Rockets to 140 yards total of- the extra point following the 53 seven yards away. Knickerbock-
J. Miller (Campbell) 12:21.. fense. yard run to stake the Baby Blue erscnesoatmtwsn
PENALTIES: 5. Young (holding) :44: 6. Den - Zajac (inter- Michigan received the open- to a 7-0 lead, with four m- grs conversion attempt wasno
Ierence) 9 31; 7. Den - Pearson (interference) 9:31; 8. M-Wer- Onk'. good, but a roughing penalty
ner (roughing) 16:50; 9. M-Natale (roughing) 16:50; 10. Den - ing kickoff, but were forced to utes gone by in the first per- provided the sophomore from
Campbell (roughing) 16:50; It. Den - J. Miller (roughing) 16:50. punt by the Toledo defense. iod. Chelsea with another attempt.
THIRD PERIOD Four quick plays later, the Roosevelt Gant returned i attempt
SCORING: M-Thaer (Maurer, shand) 5:41; 8. Den - C Wolverines go the ball back at Knickerbocker's kick to the 30 However, his second attempt
Miller (unassisted) 6:37; 9. M-Manery (T. Lindskog) 18:11. oc- Hvsailed wide to the left and!
PENALTIES: 12. Den-Pearson (elbowing) 2.:28; 13. M-Palmer their own 44, after a Toledo yard line, but Toledo quarter-
(tripping, delayed holding) 7:49; 14. Den-Bohonus (roughing) punt. On third and six, Smith !back John Caponigro failed to Michigan led 33s0.
8:04; 15. M-D. Lindskog (elbowing) 18:40; Den-J. Miller grabbed a pitchout from quar- move the Rockets. Mark Kel- Te ovrie sored oe
;.:.:;::::".:<... ....... ..........................<: terback Roger Bettis and racedB a leher punted for Toledo and f tme Jon g g a f
?; > ;... " ,c,.......". ..safety ..Dave :fW-ite :the gameJohnson going in!
s... . . Michigan safety Dave White- from one yard out. Johnson had;
ford returned the kick 15 yards set up the tally by weaving 36
:yto he Toledo 48. yards with a Scott Smith later-
KBettis engineered a scoring al, to the three-yard line.
drive in seven plays, freshman
tailback Joe Holland diving in THE YOUNG ROCKETS were'
for the score from one yard stymied all afternoon by the
out. Holland was the workhorse blue defense, despite the fine
on the drive, ripping off dashes blocking of guard Tom "Baby
of 13 and 25 yards to set up the Huey" Amstutz. Toledo garner-
tally ed 12 first downs, but three of
Knickerbocker converted and tthose came by penalty.
the first period ended 14-0. The Michigan was penalized for a
second period was scoreless, total of 117 yards in the game,
awith Michigan failing to score compared to 12 for Toledo.
on a golden opportunity. The The Wolverines stayed on the
Wolverines recovered o Toledo Wolvers xsey, t-
fumble on the Rocket eleven.gon ams exclusively, at-
Two mbrunninge playsfailed tempting only three passes.
move the ball and on third down Smith led the Wolverine rushig
.' Bettis attempted his first pass attack, netting 138 yards on only
eight carries. Johnson toted the
of the game. ball 22 times for 117 yards.



Ten title race themselves. been so fo
As the conference moves into its oppone
the last three weeks of head to end Otto S
head battles, the Spartans rep- fensive PI
resent the last real chance to had 20 tac
stop the Buckeyes, until Michi- gers.
gan and Ohio State square off Michiga
in two weeks. top phys
In other Big Ten duels this Buckeyes
week end, Minnesota invades Jones %
Purdue, Wisconsin travels to missing
Iowa, and Northwestern hosts sprained
Indiana. Leon Wil
Michigan State, coming off ed back.
two Big Ten victories, has its Buckeye
hopes up for this meeting. Fol- is not taki
lowing a 31-7 thumping of Pur- He has cl
due, with last week's 28-21 up- the press
set over Wisconsin, the Spartans days befo
have moved into sole possession Michigan.
of third place in the Big Ten ineo
race, with a 3-1-1 record. They1 Minneso
trail undefeated Michigan and patent tru
Ohio State by 1% games. ayete.
Trying to avenge their 35-0 Purdue
loss at Columbus last year, Mike Pru
the Spartans would like re- Ten's of
cent history to repeat. The player last
two previous years, the Spar- yards in
tans defeated the Buckeyes, touchdown
winning 17-10 at Columbus in yards in t
1971, and 19-12 at East Lan- triumpht
sing in 1972. average p

ortunate in containing
nts. One bright spot is
mith, the Big Ten De-,
ayer of the week, who
ckles against the Bad-
an State should be in
sical shape for the
. Wide receiver Mike
will be ready after
two games with a
ankle, and tailback
hams is also expect-
coach Woody Hayes
ing this game lightly.
Josed his practices to
this week, nearly 20'
re their meeting with,
ta and Purdue bring
hing attacks to West:
is led by fullback
itt, who was the Big
utstanding offensive
t week. Pruitt, had 179
10 carries, and had
runs of 94 and 14
he Boilermakers 38-14
over Iowa. His 17.9
per play set Big Ten
me records in both
nd total offense. This
ved Pruitt up from
h place in the Big Ten
ta's threat lies ini
Rick Upchurch, who
yards against Purdue
ear's 34-7 win.
in's football team
defense this week in
n for their gamej
Iowa's wing-t-attack.

Both teams have identical 2-3 re-
cords, so the only thing at stake
here is trying to reach the .500
mark for the season.
The Badgers, after getting off
to a flying start, have had their
troubles in recent weeks. Ex-
cept for the Ohio State game, in
which they were held to 7
points, they've scored over 20
points, in their other two league
defeats. But,, in these two
games their defense has given
up 24 and 28 points respectively.
Indiana gave Michigan a
tough battle last week, before
falling 21-7. The Hoosiers have
moved the ball well on of-
fense this year, behind QB
Terry Jones and star running
back Courtney 'Snyder, but
their defense has given up al-
most 50 points more than they
have scored.
Northwestern, having gained
their first conference win last
week by ousting Minnesota 21-
13 should be primed for two in
a row. Running back Jim Trim-
ble rushed for 151 yards in this
Wov nted:
1 day to 2 weeks
Ozone House

Quarterback Charley Bag-
gett and tailback Rich Baes
lead the Michigan State attack.
They were the keys in sparking
MSU's two second half touch-
down drives, in the victory over
After last weeks' 49-7 stomp-
ing of Illinois, the explosive
Buckeyes are averaging 45
points a game. They are tops
in the Big Ten in 4 of 5 of-
fensive departments, with
tailback Archie Griffin and
quarterback Cornelius Greene
leading the way.
Last week Griffin became
the first college player to rush
for 100 or more yards in 18
straight games. Archie leads
the league in rushing, with a
141.6 average in 5 games, and
shares the scoring lead.
The Spartans defense hasn't
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TOLEDO defender Rich Ker-
ner stepped in front of tight
end Dave Harding and inter-'
cepted Bettis' aerial in the end
zone. Thus the first half endeddCe/
with Michigan leading 14-0.-Oe ll
Midway through the third /
quarter, Michigan added anoth-
er score. Caponigro, who prep
ped at Southfield high, fumbled Tolkien and Eschar Calendars, $5.00 unnecessary
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