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Wednesday, November 21, 1975


Page Seven






aa special
a Fhanksglving treaT
Nov 22-23-24 Thurs-Fri-Sat

Woody's boys last,
toughest season foe


By BOB McGINN and All-American right tackle John
Five years ago Woody Hayes Hicks, who destroyed Michigan's
walloped his way into Michigan all-league Fred Grambau a year
Stadium with a team people ago.
likened to the Minnesota Vikings. This time it'llbe eitherasenior
Michigan won, 24-12. Doug Troszak or junior Jeff Per-
Saturday afternoon the "Fat linger, depending on Troszak's
Man" will again lead his Ohio State sore shoulder, who will get the call
Buckeyes, an assemblage that he opposite Hicks, and the success
has called "his finest team in 23 they and middleguards Tim Davis
years," onto the floor of the "Big and Don Warner have could likely
House." tell the story.
And some three hours later the Linebacker Steve Strinko must
throng of over 104,000 and the tele- play his best game if the Wolver-
vision and radio audience which ines hope to contain that awesome
should reach nearly 25 million will Buck ground game.
know who the Big Ten champion IT'SGE RAL coeddta
is who will make the trip to the if Ohio State is forced to the air
Rose Bowl,, and even, perhaps, the ball game is over. Greene
ho he atioa hampo doesn't pssess"a strong arm, and
he isn't a very accurate (37 per
FOR THE TEAM that loses Sat- cent completion average), either.
urday their football season will Hare would likely replace him in
have been a complete failure, even a desperation situation.
thought both the Buckeyes and the Nobody really knows if Schem-
Wolverines have steamrolled all of bechler will turn Dennis Franklin's
their previous opponents. rair-arm loose as he did so imagi-
Genn E Schembeciler and natively in Colimbus, but the feel-
Wayn W.Haye hae cra'e in is that he may have to. Ohio
monsters out of their football pro- State ranks first in the nation in
grams, and only one item-victory points allowed-33,
over one another-will satisfy their The Bucks gave up 171 points a
win-glutted followers. year ago, and although Michigan
There never was really much moved almost at will against them
doubt that these two giants would they couldn't score inside the 10
have the brilliant seasons they have line.
yard line. j
had, especially after some coin- "We made a vow-not a goal, a
mentator told his listeners that vow-that no one would stop us
Ohio State would return 19 startersvth arninside the 10," S'hm-
and Michigan 14 only minutes after bechler stated, "and so far, no one
the Buckeyes had defeated Mich- has-nd they (Ohio State) won't ...
igan 14-11 in Columbus last No- either." '
vember. . The Wolverine offensive line has ..., ..:...
And with the. . . ..ema.nin.g. . ..ht. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ."...": x::: F..:: .....'
ea n the Tenmirein eh made great strides over the course ' r
tamsmethioritehathasrenmbhof the campaign, and with fullback
sae m dsicrity that has d-n b k Ed Shuttlesworth, along withtail-
neither club had to work up much man (if he's ready), Michigan cer-
of a sweat to march to Saturday's tainly has the capability of con- WOLVERINE QUARTERBACK DENNIS FRA
showdown unscathed. trolling the ball. has still provided Michigan fans with some f
But the feeling persists that the catch the Buckeyes of Ohio State in the game
Saturday's game will be na- Buck defenders, led by All-Ameri-
tionally telecast over ABC at can linebacker Randy Gradishar R;rATDXY IJ I 1ALE Dr
12:50 p.m. with the local outlet and tackle Pete Cusick, won't R ALRJ l E UUA LED:
being Channel 7 in Detroit. The bend unless they are forced to
game will be broadcast over think pass, too. E /Etr T3 T

Nov 24.30 &Dec 1

Eddie Harris


Daily Photo by TERRY McCARTHY
NKLIN speeds through the Illini frontline. Franklin, though injured much of the season,
fine memories this season. Franklin might have to open up a bit if the Wolverines hope to
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8:00 p.m. and again Wednesday Michigan probably has the edge THE BIGGEST and best college
night at 8:30 p.m. in placekickers with Mike Lan:ry grid rivalry is not Army-Navy,
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Go Blue

Many of the games were mem)-
rable ones; among them the 1949
fiercely fought tie, the 1954-55 Vic-
tories of the Hopalong Cassidy
teams. But probably the most un-
usual of the entire series was the
1950 "Snow Bowl" which current
Wolverine wolfman Don Dufek's
father played in.
At the game time for the 1950
clash, one foot of blowing snow
was on the ground and a blizzard
was raging. It was probably a bet-
ter day for skiing as Michigan
couldn't muster one first down the
entire game, while Ohio State eked
out only three.

the rresahl tnre met te -i

psyches, and neither will nave a ;kyL.'A.LdU. .L UCA111CUL i11
hard time doing it. BOTH TEAMS HAVE dangerous movable object.
"We'll have to play our best kick returners, but Ohio State de- This is the sixteenth time that
game of the season-by far-to fensive back Neal Colzie is prob- the final clash has been for the
win," Schembechler told members ably the one man on the field who loop championship and Rose Bowl
of the "M Club" Monday. "But could turn the game around. He's berth. Michigan holds an overall
don't get down, because I think we returned two punts for toucadowns, edge in the series with 39 wins and
can do it." besides averaging almost 13 yards four ties to Ohio State's 26 wins.
Bo is a shrewd man who is an; a return. But the Buckeyes have won eight
eternal pessimist when it comes But Colzie, or for that matter of the title deciding games to
to assessing his chances, but you Archie Griffin Cornelius Greene, Michigan's six, with one tie cam-
just have to believe he means it Ed Shuttlesworth, or Dennis Frank- ing in the 1949 classic.
when he says, "My main concern lin, won't go anywhere unless
is how the defense does the job." someone is blocking. That, together The rivalry has been intensified
with tackling, is really what the in recent years as four of the last
OHIO STATE HAS come itmost game Saturday is going to be five season enders have decided
exclusively by land all year, and about. the conference championship re-
with multi-talented sophomore tail- Ohio State has the edge on paper sut.
back Archie Griffin and lightni 'g- and i the eyes of most football It all started in 1968 when
like quarterback Cornelius Greene "authorities," but revenge, emo- fourth rated and 8-1 Michigan got
running behind a multi-muscled tion, and a wild-eyed home crowd clobbered 50-14 by the Rex Kern
offensive line you, cansee why. could spell 1969 all over again, a led "super sophomores," wa went
Grff ns 2lne you cn nice way to celebrate the 75th an-su6syh m r ,"wpe t
niversary of the composition of the on to the national championship.
Brockington's season rushing rec- "Victors." Noteworthy was Woody Hayes' de-


cision to go for two late in the times and moved the ball to the
game which proved to be Bump one, although he swears he was in
Elliot's swan song. the endzone on the second try. Bo
The Wolverines were ripe for re- Schembechler elected to go for
venge in Ann Arbor the next year. the win instead of tie, and Denny
And they got it. Swiping six Rex Franklin was stopped on a quarter-
Kern aerials and holding the cocky back sneak on fourth down.
juniors scoreless in the second half



ord,' and Greene has given te'
Bucks the option threat that senior
Greg Hare didn't present a year
"Griffin is just a super, super
tailback," o f f e r e d Michigan's
Chuck Heater, "and while I think
we are better off at the position
than they are, they have one man
who is unreal."
Blocking for Griffin, Greene,
plunging fullback Bruce Elia, and
seldom-used wingback Brian Bas-
chnagel is a line that is strong and
The Bucks like to run Griffin be-
hind junior right guard Dick Mack

Icers host Badgers

For those of you who think
Ohio State's football team is the
only nationally top ranked ath-
letic aggregation invading Ann
Arbor this weekend, you've got
another think coming! The Wis-
consin Badger's hockey squad is


( 9)

Keith Johnson (170)
Curtis Tucker (240)
Mike Hoban (232)
Dennis Franks (223)
Dave Metz (235)
Jim Coode (245)
Paul Seal (218)
Dennis Franklin (180)
Ed Shuttlesworth (225)
Gil Chapman
Clint Haslerig (194)


(82) Dave Hazel
(72) Kurt Schumacher
(63) Jim Kregel
(52) Steve Myers
(69) Dick Mack
(74) John Hicks
(80) Fred Pagac
( 7) Cornelius Greene
(36) Bruce Elia
(45) Archie Griffin
(48) Brian Baschnagel

also ranked number one, and it
also will be storming Arbor town.
The Badgers, last year's NCAA
champion, sport an impressive
7-1 over-all record which w i l1
likely be 8-1 after last night's
visit by Wisconsin-Superior.
"This is a tough assignment,"
understated Michigan coach Dan
Farrell, yesterday. "It'll take a
superior effort on our part to
knock them off."
Wisconsin's main strength lies
right up the middle in its cent-
ers and goaltending. Pivotmen
Dean Talafous, Dennis Olmstead,
and Gary Winchester rank first,
second and fourth in team scor-
ing with 13, 12 and 10 points, re-
spectively. Olmstead tops the
goal scoring list with eight.
Badger goalie Don Perkins,
who shared Wisconsin's netmind-
ing chores last year with since
graduated Jim Makey, has hand-
led the job in seven of eight
starts to date with a stellar 3.0
goals against average.
Sophomore Don Fardig paces


of play, the Wolverines marched
convincingly to a 24-12 victory in
a game still talked about.
yJAYES WAS SO shaken that he
talked to the press for only 20
seconds to admit that the Bucks
were outfought and outhit.
They weren't the next year as
the Scarlet and Grey really took{
it to the Maize andrBlue by a 20-7
In 1971 the Wolvernes clinched
a bowl trip with a victory overI
Purdue, but had a score to settle
the wollowing week and whipped
the Buckeyes 10-7, sending Woody
into a yard-marker destruction
frenzy and the Wolverines to an:
undefeated regular season record.;
Last year's loss is still vivid in
most fan's minds, as visions of
Michigan stopped inside the 10-
yard line time after time are con-
nected with the 14-11 heartbreaker.
Michigan had completely domi-
nated the game. They piled up 344
yards to Ohio State's 192. This
came despite the fact Ed Shuttles-
worth was injured early in the
game, and Gil Chapman was also
sitting on the sidelines; two men
who could dim some of that frus-
tration with good performances
But the all important scoreboard
proved to be the Wolverines' an-
doing as they could not push the
ball into the endzone. Late in the
game Michigan got a first down
on the Buckeyes' five-yard line.
Harry Banks got the call hree
The Showdowns
1926-M 17, OSU 6
1931-OSU 20, M 7
1932-M 14, OSU 0
1933-M 13, OSU 0

have been a dominant factor in
the recent games. The Buckeyes
haven't won in Ann Arbor since'
1967, and the Wolverines haven't
emerged triumphant from Colum-'
bus since 1966.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (R) - Uni-
versity of I o w a football coach
Frank Lauterbur was fired yester-
day after he refused to make
changes in his coaching staff.
Lauterbur announced the firing
at his weekly football luncheon.
The third-year Hawkeye coach,
however, will direct the Iowa team
in its final game Saturday against
Michigan State.
Lauterbur, 48, becomes the third
Iowa football coach to step down
under pressure in the last 13 years.
He had two years to run on a five-'
year contract.
The Iowa Board in Control of
Athletics met yesterday to dis-
cuss a successor and receive an
appraisal of the situation, Ath-
letic Director Chalmers "Bump"
Elliott said.
He said the group probably
would take no formal action on a
successor until its regular meet-
ing next week.
"If you are going to coach a
football team, the coach has to
be in charge," Lauterbur said. He
took the job in late 1970. His
three-year record is 4-27-1 and the
1973 team is winless in 10 games
going into Saturday's home fin-

Michigan managed a mere 26
yards total offense. Based on these
statistics one would predict a 0-0
tie. Actually the score was 9-3 in
favor of Michigan. The Blue de-
fense blocked one punt in the end-
zone for a TD and added a safety.
The Wolverines were on their way
to the Rose Bowl with a 5-3-1 rec-
ord and a ninth ranking in the

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