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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LOSING RECORD DECEIVING:

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By GEORGE HASTINGS
Ho-hum. Today at 1:30 at Michi-
gan Stadium the mighty Michigan
Wolverines, undefeated, untied, and
untested, meet yet another seem-
ingly lackluster opponent with a
losing record. This 'week the ad-
versary is Wisconsin, and a Big
Ten team with a 1-4 record can't
possible give the Blueacontest,
right?
Quite possibly, wrong. For the
Badgers may be 1-4, but they
are no Iowa or Navy. Wisconsin
today is finishing what is possi-
bly the toughest first-half sched-
ule of any team in the country,
and it has been embarrassed in
none of its games.
The Badgers have been good, but
unlucky: Their bad breaks started
when they substantially outgained
Purdue but lost anyway, 14-13.
Then, the next two weeks they
played Big Eight powers Colorado
and Nebraska to standstills, only
to come out on the short end both
times, losing 28-25 to the Buffaloes
and 20-16 to the Cornhuskers.

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Last week, they held Ohio State
to a 7-0 margin at the half before
succumbing to the awesome Buck-
eye ground game, 24-0. -
Accordingly, Michigan Coach Bo
Schembechler and his army of as-
sistants are not taking this con-
test lightly. "Anything could hap-
pen in this game," Bo says.
"They're not your averages1-4
team."
It is the high-powered Wisconsin
offense that has Schembechler most
fearful. The Badger attack has been
more than impressive, and the
Wolverines will be hard-pressed to
register their fourth straight shut-
out.
At first glance, it is the Wiscon-
sin passing game which could
pose the biggest threat for Mich-
igan. Signal-caller Gregg Bohlig
of the Badgers leads the Big Ten
in passing so far, throwing for
258 yards against Purdue and
Ohio State. Meanwhile, Michigan
so far has given up the most
passing yardage. But Schembech-
ler pooh : poohs that latter sta-

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[ing Badgers
Larry Cipa, while ready to play, consin, though, will be senior de-
are still slightly impaired by brok- fensive end Ed Bosold, whose re-
en fingers. turn should bolster the defense
against the run on a day that the
Good news, on the other hand,IBagrwilneit
will be the return of Geoff Steger Badgers will need it.
to availability at wolf, although Actually, the game should be a
Don Dufek will again get the start- revealing one for Michigan fans.
ing call at that position. The Wolverines will be taking on
what Schembechler terms "a dan-
The Badgers also have the of-a gerous team, a team that's been
fensive line blues, with starting in tough games before.
left guard Dennis Manic out of ac-
tion with a sprained ankle, and The super Michigan defense will
center Mike Webster slowed by a undoubtedly be facing its best op-
similar injury. position yet this year.
In addition, Bohlig's favorite The offense, which has been slug-
receiver, flanker Jeff Mack, is gish since the first half against
also a doubtful starter, so subs Stanford, may be forced to pro-
Duane Johnson and Ron Pollard duce'points under the pressure of
will man the position. a close game. If they do so, the
willn Wolverines will still be unbeaten
Coming back into action for Wis- and untied, but no longer untested.

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Sports of. The.Dil
Hunter vs. Seaver in game 6.
The World Series scene shifts to California for Game 6 of
the annual fall classic. The Oakland A's, trailing in the Series
3-2, will send their ace Jim "Catfish" Hunter against the Mets'
Tom Seaver. Both Hunter and Seaver started in the third game
eventually won by the A's in 10 innings.
Big Ten in full swing
nBig Ten football teams move into the third week of confer-
ence play this afternoon.
Illinois (2-0) hasn't managed to score a touchdown in the
last 11 quarters. But their opponents, the Spartans of Michigan
State (0-2) are also having trouble generating a consistent offen-
sive attack.
Alex Agase spent 17 years at Northwestern, nine of them as
head football coach. He'll be on the other side of the field
today as his Purdue Boilermakers (1-1) host the Wildcats (2-0).
Minnesota travels to Iowa (0-2), and the Golden Gophers (1-1)
are five point favorites to hand the Hawkeyes their sixth con-
secutive loss of the season.
Number one-ranked Ohio State (2-0) will be shooting for its
fifth straight win against Indiana down in Bloomington.
* * *
Harriers in MSU Invitational'
In cross-country action today, the five best teams in Michigan
will meet in the Michigan State Invitational in East Lansing.
Competing will be Michigan, -Eastern, Michigan State, Western,
and Central. EMU is defending champion and will be led by
All-American Gordon Minty.
In last year's meet, Wolverine Keith Brown was individual
champion, setting a course record in the process. Brown will
be backtoday and it should be a thrilling battle between him
and Minty for individual honors and a close fight between EMU
and the Wolverines for the team tidle.
Soccer team ties Dearborn
Michigan's undergraduate soccer team battled a tough U of
M Dearborn squad to a 1-1 tie yesterday afternoon on Fuller
Field. According to coach Fred Grunewald the defensive game
was excellent as backup goalie Joe Hudson made some "very
very nice saves."
Captain Steve Weisberg put in one of his strongest perform-
ances and Bob Charness scored the Wolverines' lone goal. Mich-
igan's record now stands at 4-0-1, and they're scheduled to face
the U of M Graduate Soccer Club November 25.
* * *
Ruggers battle Spartans
Rugby club plays at MSU tomorrow at 1:00 for possession of
the Webster Steeby Trophy. Also, club has been hard-hit by
graduation, and injuries and is definitely interested in having
new people come out. Practice is 9-11 on Tuesday and SThursday
on the Tartan Turf down by -Yost. People wanting further in-
formation should call Walt Holloway, 763-6662.

tistic, saying "That's because
nobody's running on us.",
But even though Michigan has
been extremely stingy against the
rush, don't expect the Badgers to
just come out throwing. They have
also been doing a lot of running,
piling up 232 yards on the grounds
against Purdue, 248 against Colo-
rado, and an astounding 548 in their
only victory, 37-28 over Wyoming.
The brunt of the ground attack
will be borne by two men, Bill
Marek, a speedly 5-8 tailback who
has 569 yards already, and bruis-
ing fullback Ken Starch
All told, as Schembechler puts
it, the Badgers "have a very fine
offense - a hell of an offense -
better than any we've faced."
However, no one is saying simi-
lar things about the Wisconsin de-
fense.
The Badgers defenders have had
their problems, to say the least.
After holding Purdue pretty much
in check, they yielded over 300 to-
tal yards to Colorado, and 400 each
to Nebraska, Wyoming, and Ohio
State.
The Badger invasion of Michi-
gan Stadium will hit the airways
at 1:30 p.m. over radio stations
WAAM 1600 AM; WPAG 1050
AM; WUOM 91.7 FM; WCBN
650 AM and 89.5 FM; and WWJ
950 AM.
The low point came last Saturday,
when the Bucks pounded out 423
on the ground alone, holding the
ball for eighty plays and keeping
the Badger offense from getting
its paws on the ball too often.
Both teams come into today's
contest nursing some wounds as
well as welcoming back a play-
er who has been out with injury.
Michigan fans will still see offen-
sive linemen Jim Coode,nKirk
Lewis, and Mike. Hoban on the
sidelines, although the former
two could play if badly needed.
In addition, split end Jim Smith
is out with a shoulder injury, and
quarterbacks Dennis Franklin and

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THE LINEUPS

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WISCONSIN

Keith Johnson (170)'
Curtis Tucker (240)
Gary Hainrihar (223)
Tom Jensen (220)
Dave Metz (235)
Pat Tumpane (235)
Paul Seal (218)
Dennis Franklin (180)
Ed Shuttlesworth (225)
Gil Chapman (185)
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)

Offense
SE (45)
LT (75)
LG (64)
C (51)
RG (63)
RT (70)
TE (88)
QB (14)
FB (32)
TB (26)
WB (27)
Defense

Art Sanger (172)
Bob Johnson (239)
Rick Koeck (225)'
Mike Webster (231)
Bob Braun (228)
Dennis Lick (255)
Jack Novak (239)
Gregg Bohlig (172)
Ken Starch (207)
Bill Market (186)
Ron Pollard (180)

LE
LT
MG
RT
RE
MLB
OLB
Wolf
DB
DB
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(65) Mike Vesperman (190)
(74) Jim Schymanski (232)
(36) Mike Jenkins (227)
(90) Gary Dickert (210)
(58) Ed Bosold (208)
(34) Rick Jakious (208)
(47).Mark Zakula (210)
(11) Mark. Cullen (185)
(19) Chris Davis (178)
(24) Alvin Peabody (176)
(10) Terry Buss (190)

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