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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 14, 1973

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Communal Sabbath Dinner
FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 14
7:30 p.m.
Strawberry Service-6:15
(LIBERAL)
Chocolate Service-6:30
(CONSERVATIVE)
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Iowa
By JEFF CHOWN
"I think this is a bunch of BS
about Bo Schembechler passing
this year. Knowing Bo as well as
we do I just can't believe that.
He has a great philosophy at
Michigan and it has worked over
the years for him. He never gets
his defense in trouble by using
plays that have high percentage
of turnovers P and I don't think
he'll change now."
So spoke Iowa defensive coach
Don Lewis when asked what
type of game he expected from
the Wolverines when they invade
Iowa City for the Big Ten opener
this Saturday.
Lewis elaborated that he didn't
expect Michigan to pass because
it was a conference game. He
felt if Michigan would indeed
work on a passing game this
year they would wait for the
three non-conference games af-
terwards. Nevertheless, the for-
mer Toledo defensive coach ad-
mitted: "They hurt us with the
passing game last year." It must
be remembered that wasn't the
season opener.

Should Schembechler surprise
Lewis with something other than
the traditional "four-yards and
a cloud of dust," Iowa still
should be ready with a backfield
with impressive credentials.
Three of the four backs who
were sixth in the nation against
the pass are returning this year.
Earl Douthitt and Rich Penney,
both juniors and both second
team All-Big Ten last year will
be playing left corner and free
safety. Senior letterman - Rick
Brooks and sophomore Bob Sal-
ter should hold down the other
two spots in the backfield.
The rest of Iowa's defense isn't

going to roll over for the "Big
Blue Machine" e i t h e r. Head
coach Frank Lauterbur made
these comments in a pre-season'
statement:
"I feel we've got one of the
top linebackers around in Andre
Jackson. He led the Big Ten in
tackles last season as a fresh-
man walk-on and should be bet-
ter this year. Dan La Fleur will
man the other spot. La Fleur,
like Jackson, has great ability to
find the ball."
"We lack depth in the defen-
sive line, but I think we've got a
solid number one unit. Our ends,
Dan Dickel and Lynn Heil are

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otstandiig players: Dickel is the
only senior on our number one
defe~nsive line. Our tackles and
middle guards have good range
and q'iickness. Oir overall speed
here is excellent."
Jackson was quite a story last
year as he was the Big Ten's
leading tackler as a freshman
walk-on. He' was also named to
the Football flews All-American
Rookie team and second team
All-Big Ten. Dickel led the Big
Ten in tackles for a loss.
Michigan put 31 points on the
board last year enroute to a
shutout versus the Hawkeyes.
With many returning veterans in
the Iowa d e fe n se, Michigan
should be hard pressed to equal
that total. It could be a low scor-
ing game this Saturday.

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Griuhle PiekiingS
"Ten-four, ten-seven, ten-eight, Rogers" wailed Roosevelt Sykes,
his 67-year-old portly body seated behind the battered bar room
piano.,The old blues man blotted up the beads of sweat from his
bald dome, ordered an Altes for his pretty young lady friend
and commenced to tell his story .. .
"It's gettin' near Friday, and Lord, I don't know what to do;
Oh, it's getting near Friday, and I just don' know what to
do;
My Gridde Pickings are due at midnight, and some of those
games, well I just don't know;
Dakota State and Bemidji, Have Hercy, what's a man to do?
Oh, Lock Haven versus Westminster and some say Lock Haven
by two;
Gotta get that Mr. Pizza pizza, Lord, I surely do."
Copyright 1973, Bull Music, FOOLSCAP.

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Compete against the patriach
Gridde Pickings to the Daily, 420
try for the pizza.
GRIDDE PICKINGS
(Daily Consensus in Capitals)
1. MICHIGAN at Iowa (pick
score)
2. Minnesota at OHIO STATE
3. MICHIGAN STATE at North-
western'
4. PURDUE at Wisconsin
S. ILLINOIS at Indiana
6. COLORADO at Louisiana State
7. Arkansas at SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
8. OKLAHOMA at Baylor
9. Santa Clara at SOUTHERN
METHODIST
10. Penn State at STANFORD

of the blues; mail or bring your
Maynard, by midnight tonight and
11. California at ALABAMA
12. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL
at Vermont
13. Dakota State at BEMIDJI
STATE
14. Temple at. BOSTON COLLEGE
15. Mansfield State at SLIPPERY
ROCK STATE
16. NEW MEXICO STATE at
New Mexico
17. Utah at TEXAS TECH
18. BOWLING GREEN at
Syracuse
19. Lock Haven State at
WESTMINSTER
20. Beeley Street Prophets at
DAILY LIBELS

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This $200 component system should solve the biggest problem that a freshman
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records and changes them automatically. Moreover, the tubular tonearm on the BSR
31 OX turntable tracks the magnetic cartridge so lightly on the records that your new
friends can bring their own records without fear of damage or wear.
The Rotel RX-150 AM/FM stereo receiver will pull in all those live broadcasts
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ONE BIG PROBLEM for the
Wolverines' battered offensive
line against the Iowa Hawkeyes
will be senior Dan NDickel. The
6'3" 220 pound defensive end is
team co-captain and was MVP
for the Hawkeyes last season.
He led the Big Ten in/ tackles
for a loss,
Bille wl
play Bobby
HOUSTON (M) - Wimbledon
tennis queen Billie #Jean King
will play Bobby Riggs Thursday
as scheduled in a $100,000 win-
ner-take-all match at the Astro-
dome.
King's appearance in the much
heralded match was thought to
be in some doubt because tests
earlier this week revealed she
had hypoglycemia, a blood dis-
order. But she apparently will be
able to meet Riggs in the match.
Riggs has branded talk of
King's health problems as at-
tempts to psych him out.
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At their "Back to School" sale price of $130 a
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