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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 28, 1973

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-Navy
By JEFFREY CHOWN
With the approach of the Navy-
Michigan showdown this Satur-
day, some of the more pessimis-
tic Michigan fans are asking the
burning question: "Can the Navy
defense hold Michigan to double
figures on the scoreboard?"
Bearing that in mind, we will
continue with an objective view
of Navy's chances of accomplish-
ing that monumental feat.
Navy opened the 1973 campaign
on a rugged note, as they faced
a powerhouse ball-club f r o m
VMI, who some observers said
could go all the way. The Mid-
shipmen responded to the chal-
lenge as they crushed their op-
ponent, 37-8.
In fact, the fired up Sailors
made their opponents seasick.
They held VMI to a paltry 191
yards total offense; intercepted
six passes and forced two fum-
bles. The vaunted Navy offense
ran for 330 yards and passed for
123 more.
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defense, accounting for 172 yards
in 25 carries. Also on the offen-
sive ledger, John Stufflebeem
booted three field goals and all
four extra-point attempts.
After disposing of VMI with
such ease, it looked as if the
Middies might be on the way to
capturing the glory and fame
that was theirs in the "Staubach-
era" about a decade ago, but Joe
Paterno had other ideas.
Perhaps it was overconfidence,
or perhaps it was just luck, but
somehow the Nittany Lions of
Penn State slipped by the Mid-
dies 39-0 last Saturday, in what
might be the black' mark on an
otherwise exciting season.
LATER, AFTER the debacle,
Navy coach George Welsh, a for-
mer Penn State assistant, was
asked what happened. He replied
philosophically: "Penn State just
kept the ball." Indeed they did,
the Lions had 83 offensive plays
compared with Navy's 43. The
Middies were held to a total of
154 hard - fought y rds, while
yielding 477 'to Penn. State.
To add insult to injury, Cleve-
land Cooper saw his streak of
seven straight 100-plus yards per
game broken with a 52 yard out-
put.
But Navy's spirits were some-
what buoyed when they saw who
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was next on their schedule. After
all, the Wolverines of Michigan
are only ranked fourth in the
nation. Navy's major fear at this
point is that they may be guilty
of looking ahead to such import-
ant clashes as the ones with Bos-
ton College and Syracuse. Hope-
fully the Middies will be mental-
ly "up" for Michigan.
NAVY'S strong point on defense
may be their experience. In fact,
they've got two returning start-
ers. They are linebacker Charley
Miletich, the team captain, and
safety Charlie Robinson. Also
expected to be strong points of
the Navy defense are linebackers
Dan Driscoll and David Higgin-

crew
botham, end Tim Harden and
tackle Darius Karalis.
Asked what he expected from
Michigan, defensive coach Rick
Lantz commented; "When you're
playing them you've got to ex-
pect the running game to be fore-
most. But we anticipate Frank-
lin will be throwing more often,
and we've been working like hell
on our pass defense. Our defense
is somewhat similar to Michi-
gan's in that we go basically
with a 5-2 set-up, although we
send our linebackers through a
lithe more because our line isn't
as strong."
Navy's offense is somewhat
more experienced than the de-
fense, as they return eight start-
ers, led by halfback Cooper. Al-
though the Midshipmen were on-
ly 4-7 last year, their offense ac-
counted for these team records:
total yards (3,894), total plays
(823), rushing plays (537), and
total first downs (218)
It should be a tight battle to-
morrow. In fact, Michigan may
wish they could rearrange the
schedule so they could have Ohio
State as a tune-up for Navy.

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WITH A DEEP sense of personal regret and loss, the Daily Sports
Staff announces the resurrection of C. Andrew Bloom,' known to
his friends, simply, as "TOR." m ghf to i h
We really could not believe it. Not when the Kaufman Chapel IIUr'
called in and said something funny was going on. Not when two
panic-stricken sophomores from Stockwell ran in screaming about By JEFF SCHILLER
this gigantic apparition running down Observatory and shouting For fans who enjoy sports which
"AAAAAAaaah" at the top of its voice. Not even when Dan Borus feature copious amounts of both
received a handwritten message and immediately, sought political' skill and violence, Michigan opens
asylum in Paraguay. its water polo season against Prin-
cipia College of St. Louis at Matt
SOME HOURS LATER, meek, innocent John Papanek was driving Mann Pool Friday at 7:30 p.m.
his humble cab down Packard - alone, he thought, 'and heard a Coach John Pheney likes the
Wolverines chances for the season
booming voice from the rear seat. "Jesus Christ, why doesn't anyone ahead. "Wechavethe potential to
on this bleeping staff learn how to read?" win the Midwestern Water Polo
He is risen. He is risen indeed. Conference. We lack e n o u g h
* * * depth and size to play an all-out
Revive your failing spirits. Bring in your entry in person, to the type of game, but the team has
Daily, 420 Maynard, or mail it postmarked no later than midnight two excellent goalies returning in
Friday and take a shot at winning a free Mr. Pizza pizza. senior Stu Isaac and soph Jim
Firestone, the U. S. goaltender in
1. Navy at MICHIGAN (pick 12. Auburn at Tennessee the Maccabiab Games. We'll play
score) 13. Oklahoma at Southern Cal more conservatively and count on
2. Texas Christian at Ohio State . . .Sour defense to carry the load."
14. Virginia Tech at Southern
3.*.JCLA at Michigan State Methodist Pheney named Indiana, Loyola
4. West Virginia at Illinois of Chicago, Kentucky, and Purdue
5. Kentucky at Indiana 15. Delaware at Lehigh as the Wolverines chief opposition.
6. Notre Dame at Purdue 16. Iowa State at Arkansas Indiana won the conference meet
7. Pittsburgh at Northwestern 17. Missouri at North Carolina auicktoyear.powevertht eychiga
8. Iowa at Penn State 18. Bucknell at Columbia beat them twice last year during
9. Wisconsin at Nebraska 19. Slippery Rock at Edinboro the regular season.
10. Minnesota at Kansas State "We only lost to them once-
11. Texas Tech at Texas 20. Daily Alumni at DAILY LIBELS but that was in the championship
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year there will be two champions,
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