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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By MARC FELDMAN
EAST LANSING - Like Army-
Navy, Southern Cal-UCLA, Texas-
Oklahoma and the others, foot-
ball afficionados in this part of
the country are told every year to
throw out the book, cast aside past1
records, and concentrate on emo-
tion when the bitter rivalry be-'
tween Michigan and Michigan State
is renewed once again each au-
tumn.,
For once, a couple of weeks ago,
Live TV
For those of you not able to
attend today's titanic football
struggle in person, the Michigan-
MSU battle will be telecast live
on channel 23 or for cable view-
ers "cable channel K. As usual,
the taped replay of today's en-
counter will be telecast on Cable
3 Sunday night at 8 and again
Wednesday night at 8:30.
that didn't look like the case.
Michigan had just dealt R o s e
Bowl nemesis and highly regard-
ed Stanford a demoralizing 47-10
defeat while the Spartans h a d
bored regional television viewers
with a totally uninspiring 14-8 win
over a Syracuse team that will pro-
bably win the "Worst Club in
Ben Schwartzwalder's 25 years"
award hands down at the conclus-
ion of the 1973, campaign.
Finally, a nice easy win over
the Spartans. Nofhing to wor-
ry about. Just another mechan-
ical victory. But, now, just a
few short weeks afterward, thereI
are murmurs all over the State
that Michigan can be beaten by

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NIGHT EDITOR:
ROGER ROSSITER
Denny Stolz' upstarts.

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also need some points ourselves."
Hailed as the best MSU signal-
caller since Jimmy Raye, Char-
lie Baggett lends, a degree of
versatility to the Spartan at-
tack with his running and throw-
ing ability much in the same
way Dennis Franklin does for the
Wolverines.
Baggett owns about sixty per
cent of the Spartans' total offense1
figures with an average running
and passing total of 115 yards per

game. He is the Spartan most cap-
able of the big play and the man
Michigan will have to stop to win
today.
Because of all the injuries on
the offensive line and the uncertain
status of All-Big-Ten quarterback
Dennis Franklin, Bo Schembech-
ler doesn't talk like the coach of
an undefeated, untied, fourth-rank-
ed football team playing a 1-3 unit
under a rookie coach.
"The strength of the Michigan
State team is defense and kick-

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in 15 plays will not likely be the mm, that foible is the offensive-_- --
tempo of this afternoon's battle, line. For that very reason, t h e
but some points will be scored. trench warfare may decide the out-
come. If either maligned line can
P"movesome people", victory for
The Michigan invasion of that side may be in the offing.

The injury plague has hit Ann
Arbor and resulted in very unim-
pressive wins over meager foes
while the Spartans have tussled
with two excellent teams, a n d
walked away smiling, though beat-,
en. MSU played UCLA even for
Hover 59 minutes in losing to the'E
Bruins, 38-21, two weeks ago andI
gave powerful Notre Dame t h e
fight of its life before bowing, 14-{
10, last Saturday in South Bend. I
Well today's the big showdown1
and though it seemed impossible
three weeks ago, a tight battle iss
anticipated. For some strange rea-
son, mostly a combination of in-
jury and the eternal optimism that
radiates from East Lansing, the,
' teams look fairly ven in theirI
assets and liabilities, and offenset
does not look to be the strength of I
either club.t
MSU mentor Stolz has no illus-
ions of running all over the Wol-
verines today. He still contends,;
as he has from the beginning of I
the season that "our biggest con-
cern is getting steady improve-
ment from our offense, and not
turning the ball over to Michigan{
with good field position. But weE

TIE LINEUPS

MICHIGAN

MICHIGAN STATE
Offense

(27)
(78)
(69)
(51)
(65)
(73)
(83)
( 9)
(31)
(44)
(43)
(91)
(97)
(56)
(71)
(39)
(59)
(33)
(35)
(45)
(25)
( 6)

Keith Johnson (170)
Curtis Tucker (240)
Gary Hainrihar ┬░(223)
Tom Jensen (220)
Dave Metz (235)
Jim Coode (245)
Paul Seal (218)
Dennis Franklin (180)
Ed Shuttlesworth (225)
Chuck Heater (200)
Clint Haslerig (194)
Walt Williamson (224)
Jeff Perlinger (235)
Tim Davis (200)
Dave Gallagher (245)
Don Coleman (217)
Steve Strinko (235)
Carl Russ (215)
Don Dufek (195)
Dave Elliott (170)
Barry Dotzauer (162)
Dave Brown (188)

SE
LT (
LG
C
RG
RT (
TE
QB (
FB
TB
WB {
Defense

42)
79)
'67)
52)
'68)
74)
(80)
116)
(45)
( 1)
(21)
(93)
79)
(47)
88)
(91)
49)
97)
14)
36)
29)
27)

Mike Hurd (179)
John Ruzich (242)
Greg Croxton (230)
Bob Mills (227)
Charles Wilson (219)
Phil Smolinski (227)
Jim Cordery (226)
Charlie Baggett (187)
Julius Askew (225)
Mike Holt (175)
Dane Fortney (178)
Tom Kronner (230)
Jim Taubert (256)
Ron Kumiega (189)
John Shinksky (230)
Mike Duda (207)
Terry McClowry (215)
Ray Nester (238)
Mark Nieson (184)
Bruce Harms (196)
Bill Simpson (183)
Paul Hayner (187)

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Eligible Br
'harriers hi
in Notre Dr
By MIKE LISULL
special To The Dailyj
SOUTH BEND - Similar to the
demise of Sam Clements, the re-I
ports of Keith Browns ineligibility
were greatly exaggerated.!
'Brown who had hovered along
the edge of ineligibility since the
beginning of the semester got the
final word yesterday, one hour be-
fore the start of the Notre Dame
Invitational just in time to run'
the best race of any Michigan har-
rier this year.
But with the burden of worry off
his mind Brown responded in
championship style. He took the
lead early and held it for most of
the race, but in the end his lack
'of good condition and the power of
All - American Gordon Minty did
I him in, as he finished a strong
sixth with a time of 23:56.
"I didn't think I could beat him
(Minty), but I wanted to stay in
front as long as possible," Brown
said.
While the return of Brown was
the high point of the day, the most
outstanding performance maywell
have been the running of frosh
Greg Meyer.
Meyer who has been the most
I consistent of any Wolverine har-
rier was spiked about a quarter
of a mile into the five mile jaunt.I
The cut, which went through his
little toe required two stitches to
heal.. However, the operation did
not take place until Meyer ran the
five mile course bleeding all the
way to a twelfth place finish, and
a time of 24:08.
While Brown and Meyer were'
doing the spectacular, Jon CrossI
just ran a good solid race. Cross
came in 28th with a time of 24:40;
but in a meet as competitive as
this, one it was super. Cross Coun-
I try coach Dixon Farmer remarked
that he felt "Jon has gotten his
confidence" after two solid back
to back performances.
After the top three, the results
were a little less impressive. Bill
Bolsters continues to come around

Spartan Stadium in East Lan-
sing will hit the airways at 1:30
p.m. over radio stations WAAM v
1600 AM; WPAG 1050 AM;
WUOM 91.7 FM; WCBN 650 AM I c LASSI S yJ
and 89.5 FM; and WWJ 950 AM.
Both offensive lines are either in- C LSE B
experienced or on the sidelines CLASSICAL
with injuries and the defensive g RA RY
corps are too tough for meat-grind-
ing by either side. Therefore, the ^
"mistake-free" strategy may have Scholarly English
to be abandoned in the second half. Ltions opposite definitive
Whenever a close game is ex- Greek and Latin texts.
pected, the team that gets on the The following are some of the
board first has a decided ad- authors we have in stock:
vantage. Michigan is a first half v Cicero
team, and not used to coming Virgil
from behind or being behind in ^ Plato
the first place. While winning 14 Aristotle
of 15 games in the past season Isocrates C
and a fraction, the Wolverines Catullus, Tibullus &
have outscored their opponents Pervigilium Veneris
Euripides
Petronius & Seneca 0
'Propertius (
own leads T Agsne==
Terence
h finishAgte
Gorevidal
Horace
Ft---e i viteTacitus
me viteOvidV
but at miniscule pace. Bolster who Apuleius
ran second behind Brown most of Xenophon
last year was the fourth Michigan
finisher but 62nd overall. Bolster's Marcus Aurelius
time, 24:45 was only five seconds Piautus
slower than he ran last year but lGree Anthology
Bill must run a lot better if Michi-~reknoogy
gan is to make a run at the Big Longus
Juv ethPius
Ten title. ' oeth Pius
Fifth for the Wolverines and 76th Martial
overall was steady junior Dave Homer
Eddy with a time of 24:53. Eddy U Thucyides
who took last year off has been o xaviera
steady but he also must improve Tacitus
to give Michigan a shot at the UoSalust
money. Herodotus
While Michigan was putting to- Callimachus
gether their Big Ten squad with Epictetuk
a fourth place finish and a team Menander
total of 184. Wisconsin moved into Samervin
the favorite's role for the Big Ten Lyra Graeca
Championships. Wisconsn stunned Aeschylus
the field by running away with the e Demosthenes
meet, by amassing a total of only Aristophanes
81 points to runner-up Eastern Diogenes Laertius
Michigan's 113.'0 Pausanias
"Quite frankly Wisconsin shock- Lucan
ed me," admitted Farmer who also Lysias
reported that he was quite pleased G ee
with his squads efforts. "The sixty
second difference between our top v~ Cato & Varro
five runners is the best we've doneurdGreek Mathematical Works
this year, and this is also the best ┬░rPlotimus
we'ye ever done here at Notre Lucretius
Dame," Farmer related. 4. Centiore
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Miami, Fla. 15, Boston College 10
Houston 54, Virginia Tech 27 3

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MICHIGAN TAILBACK Chuck Heater (44) winds his way through
fenders with Spartans John Shinsky (88) and Paul Hayner (27)
Michigan victory. Hopefully the battered Michigan offensive line
ing down the Spartans this afternoon.

SDaily Photo by KAREN KASMAUSKI
a host of fallen Michigan State de-
in pursuit, during last year's 10-0
will have this kind of success mow-

LEAGUE PLAY RESUMES:
By ANDY GLAZER Hoosier quarterback Wi
After 3 weeks of taking it on the should be able to shread
chin from non-conference foes, the Minnesota secondary. H
Big Ten resumes its annual battle ready completed 29 of
for third place behind Michigan and for 315 yards against muc
Ohio State."The talent is very well competition.
distributed this year, and this should Purdue (2-2-0, 1-0-0)a
result in many tough, close, ball- (2-2-0, 1-0-0)-Following la
games. embarrassing 24-0 loss to
This week's games are as fol- the Illini have an unsettle
lows: ' at quarterback. Jeff H
Ohio State (3-0-0, 1-0-0) at Wis- won the starting job in his
consin (1-3-0, 0-0-1)-The Buckeyes ances against Indiana;
will enter most of their games this fornia. But then two poor
year as 30 point favorites, but not ances against West Vir,
this week. Wisconsin's Badgers lost Stanford opened up thej
to national powerhouses Nebraska and sophomore Jim Ko
and 'Colorado by a combined total take over.
of 7 points. PURDUE, meanwhile,
Although the Badgers rushed for in the opposite direction.
548 yards last week in a 37-28 win ing upset by Miami of Oh
over Wyoming, Coach John Jar- second game, the Boi
dine said that the Badgers "will
concentrate more on passing this
week," because "Ohio State may _ Ose
be too strong against the run." J lose ,
Buckeye opponents have managed
13 points in 3 games
3 pEitCKEY E putationam.Fr
~~~be getting to the Ba dgers. Jardine 1FfitnIk1i
noted that at Thursday's practice
session his ballplayers were "a
little uptight" and that they "didn't By FRANK LON(
catch the ball the way they usually' Don't listen for M
do." No. 85 to be mentioned
OSU, with Archie Griffin alone radio this afternoon in
rushing for an average of 125 yards MSU classic. Wolverin
per game, has a terrific running end Jim Smith, first fres
attack. But the Badgers held Ne-1 play Michigan football
braska to 145 yards rushing-178 inception of the newc
below its average. Ohio State should rule, suffered an apparen
win, but it won't be a runaway. er separation in yesterd
Indiana (2-2-0, 0-1-0) at Minnesota noon's final drill in I
(1-3-0, 0-1-0)-Perhaps this game Stadium when he fell to
should be billed as Unpredictible tan Turf after missing
vs. Predictible. Indiana lost to pass.
f Illinois and Arizona and then came Smith, 6-3, 200, fronr
out of nowhere to beattKentucky Island, Illinois, was rep
and a very good, unbeaten West the Wolverines' 48-man1

in BigTen
illie Jones gave powerful Notre Dame a tough
the weak time before losing, 20-7. And last
e has al- Saturday they crushed Duke, 27-7.
48 passes Iowa (0-4-0, 0-1-0) at Northwest-
ch tougher 'ern (1-3-0, 1-0-0)-Under other cir-
cumstances, the Iowa Hawkeyes
at Illinois might be expected to relax this
ast week's weekend. After playing Michigan,
Stanford, UCLA, Penn State and Arizona, a
d problem letdown for Northwestern would be
lollenback natural. But the Hawkeyes didn't
s perform- win any of those games, and as an
and Cali- 0-4 team, they'll be playing hungry.,
perform- IOWA COACH Frank Lauterbur
ginia and is worried about the passing com-'
job again, bination of Mitch Anderson to
patz may Steven Craig, whom he calls "the
premier tight end in the country."
has gone But he won't have to worry much.
After be- Northwestern's in-conference un-
io in their defeated status should go by the
[ermakers boards Saturday.
s yet another;
!n should start

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NBA
Detroit 122, Atlanta 105
Boston 118, Buffalo 112
Houston 106, Cleveland 99
NHL
Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 3
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lerig and Larry Gustafson. Has-
lerig can also play in the' split
end position, if needed.
In other player developments,
junior Dennis Franklin s h o u 1 d
get the call at quarterback after
sitting out last Saturday's 24-
,0 win over Oregon with a brok-
en finger. Franklin practiced all
week with the team, which in-
cluded taking snaps from center.
Senior tackle Jim Coode, af-
ter sitting out the first four prac-
tice sessions this week, dress-
ed and worked out with t h e
squad in yesterday's drills, and
made the trip to East Lansing.

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