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Bo's boys set for test
against Navy armada

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By MIKE LISULL
It's out of the frying pan andt
into the fire for the Midshipmen of
Coach George Welsh. Fresh from a
39-0 frying at the hands of sixth
ranked Penn State, the Middies now
leap right into the fire of fourth
rated Michigan.
While Navy has been weak for
the last few years, rookie Head
Coach Welsh seems fairly confi-
dent he can turn the tide and
revive Navy's football fortunes.
Looking squarely at his team's
tough schedule, Welsh asserts, "I
definitely feel that we can have
a winning season this year. These
things seem to run in cycles and
I feel that we are once again
getting the quality athlete needed
to compete in big-time football."
Obviously, Navy does not have
a big-time team this'year, but the
Midshipmen are getting some
pretty good athletes. Their of-
fense is led by junior tailback
Cleveland Cooper who ran for
over 1000 yards as a sophomore.
He's a genuine All-America can-
didate, Navy's first since Roger
Stanbach.
Cooper isn't the only good player
on the Middies' veteran offense.
Quarterback Al Glenny doesn't
compare ' with Stanford's Borlya,
but he can throw, completing forty-
five per cent of his passes so
far this season.
When Glenny does throw he has
three good targets to aim for. Wide
receiver Bert Calland tied a Navy
record with 61 receptions last year
and partner Robin Ameen was the

only freshman to win a varsity
letter. Bill Smyth has made a suc-
cessful transition from linebacker
to tight end and has corralled eight
passes so far.
The Navy offense will run out of
the basic Power I with Cooper at
tailback doing most of the running.
Coach Welsh plans to vary his
attack saying, "We plan on throw-
ing more, we wanted to throw
more against Penn State but every
time we got the ball it was against
the wind."
The Navy defensive plan is to
shut Michigan off at the corners.
Welsh is quite aware of Michi-
gan's wide attack. "On films
Michigan looks great and they
just kill you on the corher," he
stated.
The Middies have- a very young
defense, returnings only two start-
ers from last .year's undistinguish-
ed - crew. These two, linebacker
Charlie Miletich and safety Charlie
Robinson form the backbone of an

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September 29, Sat.
DELIVERANCE. ......1.50

A FRUSTRATED MEMBER ofr
Stanford's blocking corps finds it
hard to handle streaking Steve
Strinko (54) as the Michigan
middle linebacker and Doug
Troszak (75) rip into the Cardi-
nal backfield seeking to rain
wrathful terror on quarterback
Mike Boryla (12). Strinko, Tros-
zak and Associates will perform
again this afternoon to try to
match or excell their 47-10 -,vic-
tory showing last week. Navy
has the ghastly task of trying to
defeat the monstrous machine of
the mighty men of Michigan.
FOOTBALL
WIDOWS NIGHT
AT THE MOVIES
Every Monday night
thru Monday, Dec. 10th
Is your husbond hypnotized by
the TV ecapaodes of the LIONS,
Dolphinsf etc.? Fly the coop! We
welcome "footbal widows" with
special low odmission prices and
ollthe popcorn you can eat for
25c.
MONDAY NIGHT
all Football
widows admitted
FOR $1.
MAKE UP A PARTY
of "widows"
and attend these
Butterfield Theatres
STATE-CAMPUS--
MICHIGAN & WAYSIDE

Big
By JEFFREY MILGROM
The first week of non-conference
football has passed for the Big
Ten, with the gridiron men from
the midwest holding a four win,
five loss record. This week how-I
ever might prove a little tougher
with the likes of Nebraska, UCLA,
Penn State, and Notre Dame on

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October 1, Monday
SKY KING, Milan Prison
Indian Benefit ..........
October 2, Tuesday
DETROIT ........... ......

Iiprest,
Bohlig, Wisconsin's passing game
c o u 1 d have trouble against Ne-
braska's secondary which ranks as
the nation's best against the pass.
ILLINOIS IS 2-0 after the first
two weeks of play. A softer sched-
ule than usual has helped the Illini
who smashed California on. the
coast last week, 27-7, and face
Wes-.t Virginia tncda

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UPRISING

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tap. vvc "Lv it lia .Jy.
EIGHTH RANKED Notre Dame Illini head coach Bob Blackman
is in Lafayette today to battle the described West Virginia's offense
Boilermakers of Purdue. The Irish as "one of the most explosive in
thrashed Northwestern last Satur- the country, with perhaps the na- c
day 44-0 while Purdue was upset tion's finest wide receiver in a
by Miami of Ohio 24-19. Danny 'Lightning' Buggs," a 9.5a
The Boilermakers have commit- sprinter who scored a touchdown t
ted nine turnovers in two games, last year every fifth time he han- b
to which Coach Alex Agase com- died the ball. o
mented, "We -had too many funda- uhio State, idle last week, takes f
mental breakdowns and turnovers on Texas C h r i s t i a n University s
to win . . . we've got to cut down which got off to an impressive
on our generousity." start, trouncing Texas of Arling- f
Notre Dame's opening day of- ton 49-13. Woody Hayes indicates .
fense was balanced-no one car- he may throw the ball more this e
ried the ball more than 12 times week. OSU gained 383 yards on the a
and 11 runners gained yardage. "I ground in its win over Minnesota A
was pleased with our opening per- who are in Kansas to take on the 1
formance both offensively and de- Jayhawks this week.-i
fensively, and the kicking game, The Gophers rushed fo~r 338 yards
too," commented head coach Ara last week while failing to corn- f
Parseghian. plete a pass. Coach Cal Stoll sent q
The Badgers of Wisconsin travel his team through extensive passing q
to Nebraska this weekend, hoping maneuvers this week in hopes of hi
to upset the No. 2 team in the na-
tion. After a scare against North,
CarolinaState, Nebraska coachi METS RAINED OU.
Tom Osborn admitted, "We are
human and we are going to have
to play well every week to win ..
Wisconsin . . . has a good enough
team to beat us."
The Cornhuskers' attack will be
spearheaded' by junior quarterback By The Associated Press r
Dave Humm and sophomore run- PITTSBURGH - John Bocca- o
ning back Tony Davis who has bella blooped a two-run double to
rushed for over 200 yards in his center field as the Montreal Expos s
first two games. scored three unearned runs in the t
Coach John Jardine's 0-2 Badgers seventh inning to edge the Pitts- l
could just as easily be 2-0, losing burgh Pirates 3-2 last night.
both games by a total of four The loss dropped the Pirates 1 b
points. Under the direction of Greg games behind the first-place New O
York Mets in the National League' f
DAVID'S BOOKS East. The Mets were rained out a
663-8441 SFriday in Chicago, where they'll
663-8441 close out the season with two dou- S
has m a v-e d to Diag (when bleheaders against'the Cubs. d
worm) & basement 209 S. State The Pirates have two moreG
(be t w e e n State Theatre & games with Montreal plus a make- s
Gino's)upwtthSaDigParsf
TOLKIEN CALENDERS & icess the San Diego Padrers, if
CASTANEDA S JOURNEY ncsay
1 TO IXTLAN (PAPERBACK) Pirate starter Dock Ellis held a
25 % OFF etc. 2-0 le'ad on a one-hitter until the
- seventh against Montreal, which I

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NIGHT F
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ounteracting t h e J a y h a w k s
attack.
IOWA FACES Penn State where
he Nittany Lions are 2-0, winning
both games by a combined score
f 59-6. The Hawkeyes are 0-2,
acing a very tough early season
chedule.
Coach Lee Corso is still looking
or his first win at Indiana as the
Hoosiers host Kentucky this week-
nd. The Wildcats showed they are
an improved football team against
Alabama last Saturday, holding a
4-0 halftime lead before suc umb-
ng in the second half.
Michigan State was held to zero
irst downs in the second and third
quarters against Syracuse until
quarterback Charlie Baggett rallied
is team downfield in the closing

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moments to win 14-8. This week
they take on Mark Harmon and
the wishbone-minded Br u in s of
UCLA, who pasted Iowa 55-18 last
Saturday gaining over 400 yards on
the ground.
Northwestern entertains Pitts-
burgh and Coach Johnny Rodgers.
this weekend. Tailback Tony Dor-
sett has run for over 100 yards in
each of Pitt's first two games. NU
has a punter who threatened to go
out for the band if he didn't get a
chance to kick. Mitch Marcus may
get his chance this weekend as
Dave Skarin, first' string punter,
suffered a fractured leg in the loss
at Notre Dame. "I don't know what
instrument he would have played
in the band," exclaimed Wildcat
head John Pont.

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DITOR:
DEMING

The Michigan - Navy encoun-
ter will begin this -afternoon at
1:30 p.m. and will be broadcast
over radio stations WAAM 1600
AM; WPAG 1050 AM; WUOM
91.7 FM; and WWJ 950 AM. The
game will also be telecast via
Cable Channel 3 on Sunday night
at 8:00 and Wednesday night at
8:30.
otherwise unproven defense. Ac-
cording to. assistant coach Rick
Lantz the defense's main concern
is Michigan's passing.
With an inexperienced defense
and a so-so offense the plight of
the Middies should be impossible
but head coach Welsh is not going
into the game- with a negative
attitude. "As they say, anything
can happen out on the field and
personally I think we have
enough athletes to win," he em-
phasized.
'While the Middies have nothing
to lose and everything to gain to-
day Michigan's situation is exactly
reversed. They have to have a good
performance to maintain their
place in the polls. Unfortunately,,
their rating ifmay be the only thing
Bo Schembechler can use to fire
them up. Last year an over-confi-
dent Michigan team floundered to
7-0 halftime lead before busting
loose for a 35-7 victory.
Schembechle 1 is perhaps the
only person in town.,who fears the
Navy defense. He claims that, "The
Navy defense is vastly improved
from last year. They're young- and
small but they really get to the ball
quick."
Michigan's defense is in the
same boat as the offense, every-
thing to lose but nothing to gain.
With explosive tailback Cooper,
passer Glenny and a host of re-
ceivers, Navy has the talent to
score. By scoring more than ten
points, the Midshipmen can win
a psychological victory and badly
demoralize the Wolverine defen-
ders. But the defense is healthy
and improving every game, and
that means Cooper and Glenny
should be contained.
To many fans, today's game
might seem to be an inconsequen-
tial contest with a terribly out-
manned opponent. But it's an im-
portant contest for several reasons.
First of all there are polls. A
good showing will help .Michigan
keep its lofty stature but a close
game will certainly drop Bo's boys
down. Seconds the Wolverines want
to be great this 'year, and they
know full well that a great team
is a team that doesn't need a tough
game for inspiration. Third, and
most important is the fact that .a
great team is a team that improves
every week. Therefore, by playing
an excellent game Michigan will be
on its way to a great season. But
a poor showing will hurt more than
the scoreboard will show.

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of tying for the division lead.
Larry Lintz opened the Montreal
eventh with a single and took
hird one out later on a single to
eft by Ken Singleton.
Jim Lyttle then hit . a ground
'all to Pirate first baseman Al
Oliver, but Oliver's attempted
orceout throw to second was wild
and Lintz scored on the play.
Then Boccabella brought home
Singleton and Lyttle witth a bloop
double to center. Pirate outfielder
Gene Clines just missed a shoe-
tring catch on Boccabella's de-
Coach tabbed
A vacancy on the Michigan
basketball coaching staff was
filled today with the announce-
ment that Bill Frieder of Flint
Northern High School has been
-hired as assistant basketball
coach. Frieder replaces Dick
Honig, who left the coaching
staff to go into private business.

THE LINEUPS
MICHIGAN NAVY

BALTIMORE - Walt Williams'.
home run off Jim Palmer broke a
seventh-inning tie and propelled the
Cleveland Indians toa 6-4 victory
over the Baltimore Orioles in .the
opener of a doubleheader last
night.
Williams' homer, his eighth, was
one of two surrendered by Palmer,
22-9. Dave Duncan's 17th homer
tied the score in the sixth at 3-3
after the Orioles had gone ahead
on Paul Blair's two-run single.
Frank Duffy a 1 s o homered
against reliever Eddie Watt.

NOW
SHOWING EuiI

OPEN 12:45
SHOWS AT
1,3,5,
7, & 9:05

A NEW'SUSPENSE THRILLER FROM JOHN HOUSTON

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cisive hit.
Ellis and Montreal starter Steve
Renko were locked in a scoreless
tie until Pittsburgh scored twice
in the fifth inning.
Dal Maxvill opened the Pirate
assault with a walk and took sec-
ond on a sacrifice bunt by Ellis.
Dave Cash and Clines then rap-
ped consecutive run-scoring dou-
bles to right-center.

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(78)
(61)
3(51)
(74)
(73)
(83)
( 9)
(43)
(44)
(31)
(91)

Keith Johnson (170)
Curtis Tucker (240)
Mike Hoban (240)
Tom Jensen (220)
Kirk Lewis (220)
Jim Coode (245)
Paul Seal (218)
Dennis Franklin (180)
Clint Haslerig (194)
Chuck Heater (200)
Ed Shuttlesworth (225)
Walt Williamson (224)

Offense
SE (80) Robin Ameen (160)
LT (70) Donald Montgomery (260)
LG (66) Cliff Collier (215)
C (74) Carl Halbreiner (220)
RG (52) Max Legg (260)
RT (71) Len May (247)
TE (81) Bill Smyth (214)
QB (14) Al Glenny (197)
WB (33) Bert Callend (196)
TB (25) Cleveland Cooper (181)
FB (35) Junior Tupuola (218)
Defense
LE (84) Tim Harden (210)
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