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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 10, 1

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By MARC FELDMAN
"This will be one of the tough-
est football games we'll play all
year."
How many times have we
heard Bo Schembechler admon-
ish his confident fans about the
fine quality of some Big Ten
midget or the strengths of the
other non-entities that fill out
the Michigan schedule, before
the imminent, almost perfunc-
tory rout?
Well, Wolverine backers, Bo
said it again this week about
this afternoon's battle with the
visiting Fighting Illini, and no
one -was stifling guffaws.
Bob Blackman's charges have
rolled up four victories in five
Big Ten starts, with the only
loss coming to top-ranked Ohio
State last weekend. In that game,
the Illini defense possibly put
onthe most outstanding defensive
effort ever to yield 30 points.
The Buckeye legions led just
3-0 at halftime and OSU's first
touchdown drive consumed an un-
believable 15 plays to go the ne-
cessary 41 yards.
In all, the Illini defense was
on the field over two-thirds of the
game and had 94 plays run at it.
After the Herculean effort in the
first TD drive, the Illini offense,

which had sputtered all day, gave
up the football twice on turnovers
and once on a short punt, leading
to three more scores.
The question in today's game
is whether the Illini defense can
come up with a similar effort to
dailly
sports
NIGHT EDITORS:
CLARKE COGSDILL
and THERESA SWEDO
slow down the Wolverine meat-
grinder. The Illini are battered
and bruised from last week and
one of Blackman's key players,
defensive rover back Ken Braid,
will be on the sidelines with a
chipped bone in his ankle.
Defensive back and punt re-
turner Bruce Beaman may or
may not play today because of a
sprained ankle. If Beaman sits
out, Mike Suppan, described as
a "courageous performer" by the
Illini press book, will get the nod.
In fact, former star lineman
Tab Bennett, now Illinois' coor-

hum
dinator of sports promotion, tokd
the Chicago Football Writers this
past Monday, "We were pretty
low. Ohio State took a lot of gas
out of us when we honestly
thought we had a chance to up-
set them."
All year, with the exceptior
of a 50-0 rout of a totally inept
Iowa team, the Illinois offens
has had trouble moving the foot
ball. In one stretch, Illinois went
17 straight quarters without scor
ing a touchdown while relying
on the educated toe of Dan Bea
ver for a 15-13 win over Purdue
and a 6-3 yawner over Michigar
State.
Senior George Uremovich leads
the Illinois ground attack fror
his halfback slot, despite having
his worst day ever last week,
Uremovich, the seventh leading
ground gainer in Illini history

could

prove

tough

Sports of The Daily
Spartans invade OSU
A frustrated group of Michigan harriers will travel to East
Lansing today to compete in the NCAA District IV Meet.
Approximately 30 schools will vie for the five qualifying
spots and a ticket to the NCAA finals Nov. 19 in Spokane, Wash.
Also at stake will be ten individual qualifying berths, exclusive
of the top five teams.
The Wolverine harriers finished a disappointing third last
weekend in the Big Ten Cross Country Championships, but
Farmer feels that the effects of a mental letdown will be
minimal and is looking for a few of his runners as individual
qualifyers.
The team has been hampered by the nagging question of
Brown's eligibility, Cross' mid-season illness and sub-par per-
formances on the part of a few others. However, Farmer is
enthusiastically waiting for next year.
"There's a good chance of having our best incoming fresh-
men group ever and we won't be losing much. We are also
hosting the championship meet next year and that should create
some excitement," Farmer noted.
-BILL CRANE
Harriers run at Districts
By now, most Big Ten teams are reduced to playing out the
string, but today's conference action might be exciting any-
way.
Ohio State and Michigan State face off in a grudge match.
In their previous two games the Spartans have upset the
Buckeyes 17-10 and 19-12. Don't hold your breath this time.
The Spartans are missing three key players - quarterback
Charlie Baggett, center Charlie Ane, and tackle Phil Smolinski -
while the Buckeyes lack only wingback Brian Baschnagel.
In a battle for fourth place, Minnesota hosts Purdue. The
Gophers come into today's following a 53-43 no-D victory over
Northwestern, when they discovered "passing." The outcome
will probably hinge upon whether Gopher quarterback John
Lawing can out-hurl his Boilermaker counterpart Mike
Northington.
Northwestern visits Indiana in a game featuring Wildcat
quarterback Mitch Anderson, the league's leading passer. The
Cats generally lose anyway. Northwestern coach Johnny Pont
would dearly like to beat the players he recruited when he
coached the Hoosiers, while Lee Corso would like to beat
just about anyone for a change of pace.
Wisconsin is favored over Iowa in a battle of tailenders.
Badger coach John Jardine claims Wisconsin's morale is still
high, while Iowa mentor Frank X. Lauterbur has refused for
the second consecutive week to name offensive and defensive
stars. With reason.
-TOM PYDEN
* I
Ticket sales start soon
Basketball tickets go on sale November 19th and 20 at the
Michigan Ticket Department, on the corner of State and Hoover.
Seniors can buy their $8.25 ticket book on Monday from 8:30
until noon; and juniors from noon until 4:30. Sophomores are
scheduled on Tuesday from 8:30 until noon and freshmen from
noon until 4:30.

Today's game will be broad-
cast at 1:30 p.m. over radio
stations W A A M 1600 AM;
WPAG 1050 AM; WUOM 91.7
FM; WCBN 650 AM and 89.5
FM; and WWJ 950 AM. It will
also be delay-telecast via Ca-
ble Channel 3 on Sunday at
8:00 p.m. and again Wednes-
day at 8:30 p.m.
garnered just two yards in sev-
en carries.
Last year, Uremovich teamed
with Lonnie Perrin and quarter-
back Mike Wells to lead the Big
Ten in total offense. Wells has
graduated and Perrin, Uremo-
vich and fine wide receiver Gar-
vin Roberson have been in and
out of the lineup with injuries.
With these men off the 'shelf,
Blackman will have full versa-
tility and speed in his lineup for
the first time in weeks. Quarter-
back Jeff Hollenback throws
more than most Big Ten signal-
callers (about 16 passes per
game) and likes to utilize his
backs as receivers.
Ed Jenkins, who has filled in
for Perrin most of the season at
right half, leads the team in re-
ceptions with 15, and Uremovich
is third on the club with ten. If
the Illini are unable to "estab-
lish their running game,"-Black-
man will not pull a Cal Stoll and
run the fullback up the middle
all day.
Illinois is the second team to
run up against ,Ohio State and
Michigan in two consecutive
weeks. Wisconsin was also vic-
timized by its schedule and play-
Goph

Daily Photo by KEN FINK
DEFENSIVE CAPTAIN DAVE Gallagher drags down fullback Courtney Snyder during the Indiana
game last Saturday. Michigan was penalized fifteen yards on a controversial face-mask call resulting
from this tackle. Gallagher and crew face a tough challenge tomorrow when they attempt to shut out
Illinois' Fighting Illini. The Wolverines haven't lost to the Illini since 1966.
ed a much better defensivegame THE LINEUPS
against the Bucks than it did in
Ann Arbor, a week later. MICHIGAN ILLINOIS
Blackman's charges will prob-
ably move the ball a little bet- Off ease
ter with the first string person-
nel back in the starting lineup, (27) Keith Johnson (170) SE (81) Garvin Roberson (195)
The Wolverine offensive line, (78) Curtis Tucker (240) LT (73) Bruce Dobson (251)
decimated by injuries for most (61) Mike Hoban (232) LG (56) John Gann (234)
of the season, will be back at (50) Dennis Franks (223) C (60) Joe Hatfield (227)
full strength with the return of (65) Dave Metz (235) RG (61) John Levanti (221)
guard Kirk Lewis to the trenches. (73) Jim Coode (245) RT (71) Gerry Sullivan (248)
Veteran linemen Mike Hoban and (83) Paul Seal (218) TE (90) Doug Kleber (238)
Jim Coode should be just round- (89) Dennis Franklin (180) QB (19) Jeff Hollenbach (214)
ing back into form.
It is impossible not to look (31) Ed Shuttlesworth (225) FB (38) Steve Greene (208)
ahead to the big game in two (44) Chuck Heater (200) TB (29) George Uremovich (195)
weeks against Ohio State. One (43) Clint Haslerig (194) WB (33) Lonnie Perrin (215)
of Schembechler's axioms of Defense
winning football, "steady im-
provement," will be the thing to (91) Walt Williamson (224) LE (92) Mark Petersen (237)
look for today. (75) Doug Troszak (240) LT (67) Scott Studwell (245)
The once battered line is in (56) Tim Davis (200) MG (99) Tom Hicks (235)
shape, the backfield boasts its (71) Dave Gallagher (245) RT (82) Mike Heinrich (225)
excellent depth, and a healthy (39) Don Coleman (217) RE (40) Octavus Morgan (215)
Gil Chapman and the defense (59) Steve Strinko (235) MLB (6S) Ty McMillin (218)
will be looking for another shut- (33) Carl Russ (215) WLB (42) Chuck Kogut (219)
out after surrendering two touch- (3) CarlDussk(15) WlB (4)GC ogu (21)
downs for the first time all year (35) Don Dufek (195) Wolf (15) Greg Colby (201)
against the Hoosiers. (45) Dave Elliott (170) SHB (24) Mike Gow (170)
The Illinois defense: Can they (25) Barry Dotzauer (162) WIIB (84) Mike Suppan (193)
do it again? ( 6) Dave Brown (188) S (44) Bill Kleckner (181)

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By ROGER ROSSITER
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - They had it,
they blew it, but they didn't lose
it.
That's about the only way to
describe Michigan's nerve shat-
tering 4-4 overtime tie with Min-
nesota last night in the Wolver-
ines' Western Collegiate Hockey
Association opener.
MICHIGAN came on like gang-
busters in the first period, streak-
ing to a quick 2-0 lead before
the Gophers realized the game
had commenced.
Frank Werner got things roll-
ing by converting Don Fardig's
nifty centering pass from point-
blank range with the game only
50 seconds old.
Eight minutes later, lightning
struck again in the same form
when Fardig scored on an assist
from Tom Lindskog in a not-so-
instant replay of Michigan's first
tally.
BOTH TEAMS tallied again
before the first period ended as
Minnesota's Warren Miller and

Michigan's Angie Moretto trad-
ed markers less than two minutes
apart.
Michigan again lost its two
goal lead when John Harris scor-
ed early in the second period
-only to regain the margin on
Handy Trudeau's power - play
blast.
Two power plays in the first
five minutes of the third per-
iod gave Minnesota its eventual
tie.
After Les Auge knotted the
score at the 6:52 mark the crowd
was on the edge 'of its seats
waiting for the one big break that
would decide the contest.

BUT THAT BREAK never
came. Michigan's goalie Robbie
Moore withstood 12 third-period
drives and made one sensational
save in the overtime period to
cinch the tie.
Paul Paris had Michigan's
best scoring chance in the over-
time period when he stole a
clearing pass at the Minnesota
blue line, found himself all alone
in front of Gopher goalie Brad
Shelstad and lost control of the
puck.
Fit to be tied
SCORE BY PERIODS
Michigan 3 1 0 0--4
Minnesota 1 1 2 0-4

FIRST PERIOD
SCORING: 1. Mi - Werner (Fardig),
0:50; 2 - Mi - Fardig (T. Lindskog),
8:50; 3. Mn - Miller (R. Harris, Auge),
12:50; 4. Mi - Moretto (Falconer, Tru-
deau), 14:41.
PENALTIES: i. Mn - Spannbauer
(high sticking), 15:52.
SECOND PERIOD
SCORING: 5. Mn - J. Harris (Miller,
Spannbauer), 1:34; 6. Mi - Trudeau
(Kardos, Moretto), 9:17, PP.j
THIRD PERIOD
SCORING: 7. mn.-Schneider (Auge,
Polch), 2:02 (power play); 8. Mn.-Auge
(Polich), 6:52 (power play).
OVERTIME
SCORING: None
PENALTIES: None
GOALIE SAVES
Moore (Mich.) 7 8 12 1-28
Sheistad (Minn. 10 10 4 2-26

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Sparkling Saginaw Arthur Hill;
defense blanks final foe, 64-0

I

By BOB McGINN intent on keeping their endzone un-
Special To The Daily trammeled.
SAGINAW - Saginaw Arthur The game was won in the tren-
Hill ran out of football worlds to c h aere Arthur Hill's multi-
conquer here last night, obliterat- muscled front line dominated its
ing arch-rival Saginaw High 64-0. smaller opponents. Time and again
The whitewashing was the ninth the Lumberjack offensive wall
straight shutout for the Lumber- blasted out gaping holes for its
jacks and assured them the mryth- workman-like backs to charge to-;
ical state prep Class A champion- ward nightlight.
ship.
VETERAN football observers EILER'S CREW stayed almost
have called Arthur Hill the great- exclusively on the ground, amass-
est team in the state's history, and ing 422 yards rushing and adding
the Lumberjacks bore this out by 64 yards in the air. Saginaw could
running up 50 points in the first
half. --__ __ i
In fact, Arthur Hill scored the y
first two touchdowns on its first two c . itE S
plays from scrimmage on this frig- I
id evening. Smooth-as-silk quarter-
back Ron Rummell raced 77 yards NBA
for the first score and rugged tail-: Boston 122, Phoenix 107
back Terry Eurick bolted 45 yards PhiladelphIa 94, New York 91
Cleveland 111, Houston 106
for the second. Capital 109, KC-Omaha 96"
ThV ito nnt +nrnnma nmh n ec R.fi- u . a .:__-

muster but 86 yards overall. j
The 64 points Arthur Hill rang
up last night gave the Hillites 4431
points for the season, 11 more than
they needed to average a point a
minute.
Arthur -Hill's incredible season
-becomes all the more significant
when it is remembered that the
Lumberjacks are members of the
Saginaw Valley Conference, gen-
erally conceded to be the finest
prep football league in the state.
t|

By BILL CRANE
The Michigan water polo team
crushed Purdue, 17-5, and Ken-
tucky, 9-3, yesterday in convinc-
ing victories in Midwest Con-
ference Water Polo Champion-
ship action. The polomen stayed
on the winning track, taking a
commanding stand in the tourna-
ment play, and will face Loyola
tonight at 7:30 at Matt Mann
Pool. The game proves to be the
"title" game for conference com-
petition.
In early action yesterday, Joe
Bauer led the Wolverines over
the polomen from Purdue with an
astounding six goals.
In the second key game of the
day against Kentucky, both teams
started slowly. Coach John Phen-
ey claimed, "We just weren't
swimming-not breaking out of
our end and not fast breaking.
We were also a little tight."

Play in the first half featured
sparkling goal tending by Ken-
tucky goalie Mike Suchy. How-
ever, the first half was char-
acterized by sloppy passing and
poor shooting. Michigan shot from
too far out but Stu Isaac and
Chris Hansen did tally for the
Wolverines to tie the score 2-2 at
halftime.
In the second half the Wolver-
ines broke the game open. Swim-
ming became strong and was
probably responsible for the Ken-
tucky defense's collapse. Isaac
scored on a partly deflected
shot and Larry Schroeder fol-
lowed a minute later. Rick
Yawitz added two goals and Isaac
another-giving him three for
the game. An outstanding per-
formance was also turned in by
'M' goalie Jim Firestone. Coach
Pheney stated "We didn't make
any changes at the half-there's

not much you can do at this
stage. We also are getting looser
a little earlier every game."
Loyola advanced past Indiana
in a close offensive battle 14-13,
despite 8 goals by Hoosier Bill
Heiss. By virtue of the victory,
Loyola remains the obstacle be-
tween Michigan and the Confer-
ence Crown.
Action today includes: Loyola
vs. Kentucky at 11:00 a.m., Mich-t
igan vs. Indiana at 1:00 p.m.,
Indiana vs. Kentucky at 4:30
p.m., and Michigan vs. Loyola
at 7:30 p.m. All games are at
Matt Mann Pool, and the 50 cent
ticket is good for all games.

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