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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, October 27, 1973

MINNESOTA TREMBLES:

Saturday. October 27. 1973

Blue
By DAN BORUS
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS -- Aside from
the papier-mache statues which
dot Fraternity Row, it's hard to
tell it's Homecoming here. The
spirit characteristic of the classic
battle for Fielding Yost's re-
freshment jug is not present.
As the cold north winds and
threatening skies move into the
Twin Cities, most Minnesotans
seem to concede a Wolverine
runaway. Both television com-
mentators 'and Gopher coach Cal
Stoll term the Wolverines "awe-
some."
The feeling is not without some
basis in fact. All season long
defense has been a Gopher trou-
ble spot. Though solid in the line,
the Gopher defense has been
porous, especially to the pass.
This defensive weakness was
brought to the forefront last
weekend. Iowa, which has had
offensive troubles. galore this
campaign, put 23 points on the
Big Board against the Golden
Rodents. In all, Minnesota has
yielded 178 markers.
All of this plays right into the
hands of the Maize and Blue.
The high-powered o f f e n s e Bo
Schembechler unveiled in the
season's opener is just beginning
to regain its well-oiled form after
a mysterious lapse in mid-sea-
son. Powering over 500 yards
against Wisconsin, the Wolver-
ines are primed for yet another
test.
This offensive revival is due to
two factors - the recovery of

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quarterback Dennis Franklin and
the return of injured linemen.
Franklin, who has been playing
at half-efficiency as a result of
a broken finger on his non-throw-
ing hand, seemed ready and rar-
ing to go. This was evidenced in
a good practice session yester-
day.
Back on the line come guards
Mike Hoban and Kirk Lewis.
Having m i s s e d three games,
first-game starters Hoban and
Lewis will not start today's con-
test, but will undoubtedly see
plenty of playing time. Today's
game could be an excellent test
of just how tough the offensive
line is.
daily
sports
NIGHT EDITORS:
CLARKE COGSDILL
and MARC FELDMAN
Unlike past Bo Schembechler
Wolverine squads, this team does
not have one -super lineman
around whom to build a strong
blocking line for the running of-
fense Bo loves so well. Schem-
bechler considers the ability to
move the meat on, the Minneso-
ta defensive line a crucial test-
and he's not kidding.
-Last week,' however, Schem-
bechler showed no hesitancy

about putting it up in the air --if
field p o s i t i o n and secondary
weaknesses warranted, as wit-
nessed by the 46-yard Franklin
to Paul Seal bomb. It should be
noted here that Minnesota has a
weak secondary.
This could be the week when
the wingbacks join the Michigan
offense. Few passes have gone
Clint Haslerig's or Larry Gustaf-
son's way this year. And Hasle-
rig, who carried the ball 40
times last year, has yet to lug
the ball from scrimmage. The
difficulty the. Gopher secondary
and linebacking crew has nad
backing up plays could be easily.
exploited by a counter or wing-
back pass.
On the other side of the ledger,
the Gophers find their strength
matched against the strength of
the Maize and Blue. The running
attack of Cal Stoll's Veer-T of-
fense finds itself up against the
angling defense of Michigan's
"best against the run" unit. Rob-
bed of their fourth shutout on a
freak deflection play last week,
the Wolverines have prepare4 to
shut off the power thrusts of
fullback John King and ' the
sweeps of frosh halfback Larry
Powell, who hails from Ypsilanti.
This is not meant to underrate
the Gold Country's finest. They
have such a good running attack
that junior sensation Rick Up-
church, who is the second-fastest
runner in the Big Ten, has been
relegated to the pines.
It is extremely unlikely that
Michigan's tough secondary will
get a test today. Minnesota is
not a passing team and sopho-
more quarterback John Lawing
is much more equipped to tote
the pigskin than to toss it.
As always, the kicking game
nds in the Wolverines' favor.
Punter Barry Dotzauer continues
to hang the pigskin high in the
air, leaving returners little time
to gather up speed to race up-
field or pick up blocking down-
field.
Minnesota is not as fortunate.
Punter Frank Mosko has been

Days of future past

having a hard time of t, as has
placekicker Steve Goldberg.
Ann Arbor fans know that if
you line-drive a punt to either
Gil Chapman or Dave Brown, you
can watch six points go up on
Michigan's assault on the Gold
Country will hit the airways at
2:30 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 game will also be tele-
cast via Cable Channel 3 on Sun-
dayat 8:00 p.m. and again Wed-
nesday at 8:30 p.m.
the scoreboard. At the very
least, the advantage in the kick-
ing game gives Michigan ar
edge in field position. As Bud
Wilkinson will tell you, advant-
age in field position should give
the victory to the Maize and
Blue.
There's a lot of talk in the
Twin Cities that the 57th playing
of the Little Brown Jug will be
a cakewalk. More likely, it'll be
a hard walk toward the Rose,.

THE LINEUPS

MICHIGAN

MINNESOTA

Offense

Sports of The Daily
Bucks, Illini expect victory
The Big Ten rolls into action again today with four other
battles besides the Michigan-Minnesota mismatch. Conference
unbeatens Ohio State and Illinois are favorites to remain so,
while Wisconsin and Michigan State struggle to pick up the
pieces.
In "The Armpit of America," a sellout crowd is predicted
as the Buckeyes host Northwestern. The Wildcats aren't as good
as their 2-1 conference record indicates, and are deservedly heavy
underdogs.
Woody Hayes is saying nothing about Northwestern. Well,
if.you can't say anything nice, you shouldn't say anything
at all. Two years ago, Northwestern upset Ohio State in
Columbus. Don't look for a repeat, even though Buckeye
fullback Bruce Ella is a questionable starter.
Illinois continues undefeated in the Big Ten. This week they
host winless Iowa. They'd better enjoy it while they can, for
their next two games will be against Ohio State and Michigan.
It's a wonder the Illini have done this well, for they haven't
scored a touchdown in four weeks. But they do have Dan Beaver
kicking field goals, and he's accounted for all Illinois' scoring in
its last two conference wins.
Early in the season, opposing offenses discovered that Iowa's
defense was overrated. Illinois may even score a touchdown this
week.
Wisconsin, a team that's been clobbered with a tough
schedule, should pick up its second victory against Indiana.
Coach Lee Corso of Indiana is an inteligent imaginative.
person who will do well once he has some talent to work with.
And speaking of lack of talent, Michigan State visits Purdue.
Alex Agase has done a good job with the Boilermakers and
should hand the Spartans another tough defeat.
* .. *
Coach Orr shows off
Johnny Orr's "new look" cagers have scheduled an intra-
squad scrimmage for 10:30 this morning in Crisler Arena. It's
open to the public and there will be no admission charge.
*. * * .
'M' stickmen host Canadians
The always-exciting Michigan lacrosse club is hosting the
Canadian National lacrosse team for two games this weekend.
Both games will be played on the Ferry Field Tartan Turf: today's
action begins at three in the afternoon, while tomorrow there
will be a rematch at ten in the morning.
Farrell's dekers face off
Hockey coach Dan Farrell's charges will be on display
tonight at 7:00. p.m. at renovated Yost Arena in an intrasquad
scrimmage. The excitement might easily be worth the 50 cents
admission.
Cards fold their title hopes
The Saint' Louis Cardinals, evidently out to scotch any hopes
they may have had for a 1974 title, were particularly active in
the baseball trading news yesterday. The Redbirds dispatched
Rick Wise, their most consistent pitcher for several years, to
the Boston Red Sox, along with the mediocre Bernie Carbo. In
return, they picked up centerfielder Reggie Smith, who will be
a real star as soon as he decides to run all the way to first on
those infield grounders, and Ken Tatum, an ace gopher-ball
reliever.
To compound the infamy, St. Louis shipped promising out-
fielder Cirilo "Tommy" Cruz to the Texas Rangers in exchange
for Sonny Siebert, a man almost far enough over the hill to merit
consideration for a spot in Jim Campbell's starting rotation.
Gridde Pickings winner
Finally! The Daily Sports Staff is pleased to announce that
Richard Schreyer of 3540 Greenbriar has been declared the winner
of last week's Gridde Pickings contest. He gets a free Mr. Pizza
pizza for picking 17 of 20 games, and coming closest on the Michi-
gan-Wisconsin score. Don't you wish you'd entered?
- - -

(27)
(78)
(69)
(52)
(65)
(73)
(83)
( 9)
(31)
(24)
(43)
(91)
(75)
(54)
(71)
(39)
(59)
(33)
(35)
(45)
(25)
( 6)

Keith Johnson (170)
Curtis Tucker (240)
Gary Hainrihar 1223)
Jim Czirr (220)
Dave Metz (235)
Jim Coode (245)
Paul .Seal (218)
Dennis Franklin (180)
Ed Shuttlesworth (225)
Gil Chapman (185)
Clint Haslerig (194)
Walt Williamson (224)
Doug Troszak (240)
Don Warner (195)
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

(44)
(72)
(66)
(55)<
(63)
(71)
(89)
(12)
(37)
(41)
(17)

Dale Henricksen (222)
Matt Herkenhoff (252)
Darrel Bunge (242)
Jeff Selleck (233)
Greg Shoff (259)
Dave Sinionson (236)
Keith Fahnhorst (242)
John Lawing (207)
John King (218)
Larry Powell (173)
Vince Fuller (165)

Defense

'LE
LT
MG
RT
RE
MLB
WLB
Wolf
SHB
WHB
S

(97) Steve Neils (213)
(65) Jeff Gunderson (227)
(90) Paul Glanton (230)
(79) Keith Simons (242)
(86) Dan Christensen (224)
(36) Mike Steidl (211)
(50) Ollie Bakken (221)
(47) Greg Engebos (181)
(27) Todd Randall (190)
(42) Kevin Keller (194)
(22) Doug Beaudoin (195)

The, Rackham Student
Government is now
soliciting applications'
for the graduate student
positions on graduate
school & SGC committees
THESE COMMITTEES INCLUDE:
Program Evaluation
(1 GRAD STUDENT)
Dissertation & Independent
Research
(1 GRAD CANDIDATE STATUS)

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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Washtenaw Ave.
Ministers: Robert E. Sanders, John
R. Waser, Brewster H. Gere, Jr.
Worship at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Sundays.
S u n d a y evening program re-
sumes next Sunday.
Bible Study luncheon 12:00 noon
Tuesdays.
Holy Communion 5:15-5:50 Wed-
nesdays.
All college students and young
adults are cordially invited to all
activities of the church.
* * *
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN
CHAPEL (Lutheran Church-
Missouri Synod)
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
Sunday Morning Services at 9:15
and at 10:30.
Sunday Morning Bible Study at1
9:15.
Wednesday Evening Worship at
10:00.
UNIVERSITY REFORMED
CHURCH, 1001 E; Huron
Calvin Malefyt, Alan Rice, Min-
isters
Services at 10:30 a.m.
5:30 p.m.-Student Supper.
* * *
CAMPUS CHAPEL
1236 Washtenaw Ave.
(1 Block South of Bus Stop)
Student Chapeluofsthe Reformed{
Tradition.
Worship Services at 10:00 a.m.
and 6:00 p.m.
THE FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
1917 Washtenaw
Erwin A. Gaede, Minister .
Church School and Services at
10:30 a.m. -Sermon topic: "The
Sustaining Community."
Adult Forum-9:30 a.m. Discus-
sion topic: "What Has Changed
in the Sheriff's Dept?" Speaker:
Fred Postill, Sheriff.

BETHLEHEM UNITED CHURCH CANTERBURY HOUSE
OF CHRIST 218 N. Division

1 423 S. Fourth Ave. Ph. 665-6149
Minister: Dr. T. L. Trost, Jr.
Associate Ministers: Dennis R.
Brophy and Howard F. Gebhart.E
9 a.m.-Morning Prayer.
10 a.m. - Worship Service and'
Church School.
* * *
BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH
John A. Woods, Pastor
900 Plum St..
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104
Church Phone-NO 3-3800
Services:
Sunday School-9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship-10:30 a.m.
LORD OF LIGHT LUTHERAN
CHURCH (ALC, LCA)
801 S. Forest at Hill
Donald G. Zill, Pastor
Sunday Morning:
Study Class-9:15 a.m.
Worship Service-10:30 a.m.
Sunday Supper-6:15 p.m.
Program-7:00 p.m.
ST. ANDREW'S EPSICOAL
CHURCH, 306 S. Division
8:00 a.m.-Holy Eucharist.
10:00 a.m.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon.
12:00 noon - Canterbury House
7:00 p.m. - Holy Eucharist in
chapel.
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665-0606
Holy Eucharist at Noon in St.
Andrew's Church.
Tuesday, Sept. 11th - Holy Eu-
charist at 4:45 p.m. in St. Andrew's,
Church.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH and WESLEY FOUNDA-
TION-State at Huron and Wash.:
Dr. Alan Walker, famed Aus-1
tralian Missionary, will be speak-
ing at public services on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday evenings at
7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary.
Sermon by Dr. Alan Walker.
8:30-9:00 a.m.-Communion.
9:30 and 11:00 a.m. - Worship:
Services.
9:30 a.m.-Church School (thru
Grade 6); 11:00 a.m. (thru Grade
5).1
Broadcast on WNRS (1290) AM
and WNRZ (103) FM, 11:00-12:00.
Next Sunday: "On Giving Hilar-
iously," Dr. Donald B. Strobe.
Stewardship emphasis.
WESLEY FOUNDATION:
Sunday, Oct. 28:
Cooperating with Alan Walker
weekend under Loud Lecture aus-
pices.
Thursday, Nov. 1:
. 6:00 p.m. - Wesley Grad Com-
munity - Supper and discussion.
Call 668-$881 for details.
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This Weekend
8:30 20
FRI.-SAT.
Bill Vanaver
Livia Drapkin
virtuoso on guitar, banjo,
and tambura
SAT.-2 P.M.
CHILDREN'S
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EASTERN MICHIGAN
UNIVERSITY and WWWW
PRESENT
EDGA R
WINTER
WITH SPECIAL GUEST FOCUS
Oct 30-8 p.m.
Bowen Fieldhouse
$4 Advance
$5 at the Door
Tickets on Sale at:
Ann Arbor Music Mart,
J.L. Hudson's,
Huckleberry Party Store,
McKenny Union

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Distinguished Service Awards
(1 GRAD STUDENT)
Training in Teaching
(1 GRAD, TA OR FORMER TA)

SGC Election Rules
(1 GRAD STUDENT)
SGC Permanent Interviewer
Board
( GRAD STUDENT)
Positions will be g i v e n to those demonstrating
greatest interest, experience, or qualifications.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION-OCT. 31
Openings for other committees will be
regularly publicized

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