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Wednesday, November 28, 1973

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Page Seven

Wednesday, November 28, 1973 'HE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

MEANWHILE, SUIT SEEKS BOWL RELIEF:

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From Wire Service Reports
Conference co - champions Mich-:
igan and Ohio State placed a com- d a ll
bined total of 13 players on the
22-man All-Big Ten football teamI
as selected by the Associated Press
yesterday. The dominance by the s
conference's "big two" once again
demonstrates the Big Ten's lack NIGHT EDITOR:
of balance.!
Meanwhile, controversy con- JIM ECKER
tinued to stir in the aftermath of -
the Athletic Directors' decision backer Randy Gradishar. The tal-
which s e n d s Ohio State, ratherberdRanGrdisha4 Tentas,
than Michigan, to the Rose Bowl ented team includes 14 seniors,
New Year's Day. A legal suit has 6 juniors and 2 sophomores.
beenfild sekig toovetur tht IAlso gaining clean sweeps in theI
been filed seeking to overturn that balloting by a panel of sports-
seemingly capricious ruling. writers and sportscasters were run-
But first, the honor squads. ining back Archie Griffin and de-
Michigan captured five positions fensive back Neal Colzie of Ohio
on the 1973 conference honor State; defensive tackle Dave Gal-
squad. The Buckeyes grabbed eight lagher of Michigan, and running
spots overall, three men on defense backfB i gnarkfrunin
and five on defense. The Wolver-
ines took three offensive and two Winning the quarterback berth
defensive spots., was Michigan's own Dennis Frank-
Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin' n, whose broken collarbone sus-
and Northwestern each won two tained in the climactic battle with
berths, while winless Iowa took Ohio State swayed conference ath-
one. letic directors to choose the Buck-
Ohio State had four of the six eyes as the Rose Bowl opponent
unanimous selections, including two of Southern California.
Buckeye repeaters from 1972-of-I The all-star backfield, besides
fensive tackle John Hicks and line- sizzling sophomores Griffin and
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Marek, also included Michigan's
rugged Ed Shuttlesworth, a bread-
and-butter rusher and a superb
blocker.
The offensive line is flanked by
tight end Steve Craig of North-
western and Iowa's slick re-
ceiver, Brian Rollins. The in-
terior men include Hicks and
Minnesota's Keith Fahnhorst at
tackles; Ohio State's Jim Kregel
and Michigan's Mike Hoban at
guards, and Wisconsin's superior
center, Mike Webster.
The No. 1 defensive front five
bristles with the Ohio State pair
of Van DeCree and Pete Cusick;
Michigan's Gallagher; Minnesota's
Steve Neils and Octavus Morgan
of Illinois.
Gradishar, Ohio State teammate
Rick Middleton, and Northwest-
ern's Mike Varty form an excep-
tional linebacking trio. The defen-
sive trio in Colzie; Michigan's Dave
Brown; and Mike Gow of Illinois,
national interception leader.
Meanwhile, over in Ypsilanti,
the outrage over the Rose Bowl
decision took an unexpected turn
in the form of a legal suit which
seeks to overturn the selection]I
of Ohio State as Rose Bowl rep-
resentative.
The suit, filed in U.S. District
Court yesterday in behalf of a
Michigan graduate student, also
seeks to have the procedure the,
Big Ten used in choosing Ohio
State declared invalid because it
violated due process of law, and
asks the court to bar Big Ten
Commissioner Wayne Duke from
participating in the decision-
making process.
It also asks the court to order
Big Ten athletic directors to meet
publicly to decide which team
should play in the Rose Bowl. U.S.
District Court Judge Fred W. Kaess
set a hearing for Dec. 6.
The suit was filed by Ypsilanti
attorney Ronald Engor for Gerald
E. Faye, a Michigan graduate
student in political science.
In Ann Arbor, Michigan Head
Football Coach Bo Schembechler
said: "I'm happy to see that there
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Sports of The Daily
'M' Ieers 9th in nation
HANCOCK (UPI)-Michigan's surprising Wolverine hockey
squad inched up a notch this week in the UPI's poll of collegiate
skaters. Coach Dan Farrell's crew now finds itself the ninth-
ranked team in the country, an amazing turnabout considering
last year's inefficient squad.
Unranked Colorado College jumped to sixth place in the
unofficial college hockey ratings after a two-game sweep over
previously second-ranked Notre Dame. The Irish fell six spots
to eighth place after Colorado beat them 6-3 and 4-3 in week-
end play.
The colleges are ranked by four coaches from the Western
Collegiate Hockey Association, four from the Eastern Collegiate
Athletic Conference and two from the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association, and the results are compiled by radio station WMPL.
The Top Ten
L.Wisconsin 9-2-0 (7) 88 6. Colorado College 5-3 45
2. Mich Tech 6-1-1 (2) 83 7. Boston College 0-0 43
3. Cornell 1-0 52 8. Notre Dame 2-5-1 33
4. St. Louis 7-0 (1) 51 9. Michigan 5-2-1 32
5. Boston University 1-0 47 10. Denver 5-3 21
Frank Maloney: "Think
positivel-y!"
In addition to losing the Rose Bowl selection, Michigan has
also lost its defensive line coach, Frank Maloney, who has taken
over the head coaching job at Syracuse University. He replaces
Ben Schwartzwalder, the Orangemen's coach for 25 'years.
"I'm walking into the shoes of a giant when I follow Coach
Schwartzwalder," Maloney said after becoming one of the
youngest head football coaches in the country at 33. He was
given a four year contract.
"Let's face it, I'm a tremendous positive thinker. I know
that Syracuse facilities may not be the best in the land. But
Syracuse does have a long tradition of victory. I know how to
win and I know the ingredients of winning. I'm here to win
and win now."
He also said, "I don't believe in rebuilding. You can't tell the
seniors they will miss out and won't be on a winner because
you're rebuilding for the future. My goal is a bowl next season."
Maybe that's why he left Michigan.
Sports polls: Who votes?
Many sports fans wonder who actually votes in the myriad of
sports polls making the rounds these days. It is common knowl-
edge that sportswriters comprise the Associated Press' panel of
selectors, while the nation's coaches pick the United Press
International lists.
But although the groups involved are known, the individuals
generally are not. Here, then, is the list of coaches who deter-
mined the UPI's pre-season basketball poll (below). These same
mentors will be doing the voting all year long.
EAST: Lou Carnesecca, St. John's; Jack McKinney, St.
Joseph's; Red Manning, Duquesne; Roy Danforth, Syracuse;
Dave Gavitt, Providence.
MIDWEST: Fred Taylor, Ohio State; James Snyder, Ohio
U.; Digger Phelps, Notre Dame; Ray Meyer, DePaul; Tex
Winter, Northwestern.
SOUTH: Frank McGuire, South Carolina; Dean Smith, North
Carolina; Lefty Driesell, Maryland; Roy Skinner, Vanderbilt;
Hugh Durham, Florida State.
MIDLANDS: Joe Cipriano, Nebraska; Norm Stewart, Mis-
souri; Maury John, Iowa State; Ted Owens, Kansas; Eddie
Sutton, Creighton.
SOUTHWEST: Guy Lewis, Houston; Don Haskins, Texas-
El Paso; Ned Wulk, Arizona State; Bob Prewitt, SMU; Ken
Hayes, Tulsa.
MOUNTAINS: Sox Walseth, Colorado; Jerry Tarkanian,
Nevada-Las Vegas; Lou Henson, New Mexico State; Bill Foster,
Utah; Gene Visscher, Weber State.
PACIFIC: Johnny Wooden, UCLA; Bob Boyd, Southern
California: Howie Dallmar, Stanford; Mary Harshman, Washing-
ton; Ralph Miller, Oregon State.
The Top Tiventy
By United Press International
1. UCLA (34) 340 11. Kentucky 58
2. Ncrth Carolina St. 306 12. Long Beach St. 44
3. Indiana 199 13. Houston 26
4. North Carolina 17 14. Kansas St. 2
5. Maryland 104 15. Memphis St. 20
6. Louisville 102 16. Jacksonville 17
7. Marquette 85 17. Alabama 15
S. Notre Dame 76 18. UN-Las Vegas 14
9. Providence 69 19. Arizona 13
10. San Francisco 61 20. South Carolina 12
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BUCKEYE TAILBACK ARCHIE GRIFF
and Walt Williamson (91) and over falle
down' last Saturday. Griffin, Brown an
son made the second squad.

are other people as upset about
this as I am.
"I am not a lawyer and I
have no idea how much good this
could do," he said. "The Big Ten
decision was morally wrong. The
decision was made for selfish,
economic reasons because the
Rose Bowl brings a tremendous
amount of money into the cof-
fers of the Big Ten and the ath-
letic directors simply do not
want to risk losing the pact with
the Rose Bowl committee."
In Chicago, Commissioner Duke
declined to comment on the suit.
"The matter has been referred to
conference counsel," said Duke.
"We have no particulars regard-
ing the suit. It would be improper,
for me to comment on any im-
pending legal matter at this time."
The Big Ten holds its winter
j business meeting in Chicago next
week and Duke said the furor over
h ,ose Bowl selection would be
reiewed at that time.

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ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPERY'S
Daily Photo by JOHN UPTON l...;
IN (45) scoots between Michigan defenders Dave Brown (6)
an giant John Hicks (74) during the much ballyhooed 'show-
d Hicks are A.P. Big Ten first-team performers, while William-
THE A.P.'S HONOR SQUADS
OFFENSE Colzie, Ohio State, 6-2, 196, jr.; Mike y.
- Steve Craig, Northwestern, Gow, Illinois, 5-11, 170, jr. W'>. . .
, sr. and Brian Rollins; Iowa, MANAGER - RICH STUCK, MICH-'
sr. IGAN , 6-1, 188, sr. ). *.. ? f :... ~v
LES - John Hicks, Ohio SECOND TEAM
6-3, 258, sr. and Keith Fahn- OFFENSE
Minnesota, 6-6, 242, sr. ENDS - PAUL SEAL, MICHIGAN
DS - James Kregel, Ohio State, and Trent Smock, Indiana.
, sr. and MIKE HOBAN, MICH- TACKLES - Dennis Lick, Wisconsin '
-2, 232, sr. and JIM{ COODE, MICHIGAN(
ER - Mike Webster, Wiscon- GUARDS - Revie Sore ,Illinois and I
, 231, sr. Darrell Bunge, Minnesota.
:TERBACK - DENNIS FRANK- CENTER - Steven Myers, Ohio "}r~.r...
ICIJIGAN, 6-1, 180, jr. State. .. . .
ING BACKS - Archie Griffin, QUARTERBACK - Mitch Anderson,.
:ate, 5-9, 184, soph.; Bill Marek, Northwestern.
sin, 5-8, 186, soph.; ED SHUT- RUNNING BACKS - CHUCK HEAT- . '-,",',:,s r""$
ORTH, MICHIGAN, 6-2, 225, Sr. ER, MICHIGAN; tick Upchurch, Mi-
DEFENSE nesota, and Stan Key, Northwestern.
T FIVE - Steve Neils, Minne- DEFENSE
2, 213, sr.; DAVE GALLAGHER, FRONT FIVE - Carl Barzilauskas,
3AN, 6-4, 245, sr.; Octavus Mor- Indiana; WALT WILLIAMSON, MICH-
inois, 6-3, 215, sr.; Peter Cu- IGAN; John Shinsky, Michigan State;
hio State, 6-2, 244, jr.; Van De- Jim Schymanski, Wisconsin, and',<..t
hio State, 6-1, 215, Jr. STEVE STRINKO, MICHIGAN.
BACKERS - Randy Gradishar, LINEBACKERS - Mark Gefert, Pur- A .;{ ARY ? y :.t,
tate, 6-3, 236, sr.; Rick Middle- due; Ray Nester, Michigan State, and:r:#{} >
io State 6-3 222, sr.; Mike Var- Tom Hicks, Illinois. t >:>r {;.. -- T"m: *c*}
thwestern, 6-2, 210, sr. DEFENSIVE BACKS - Tim Racke, I <-,_;_:> ,.
NSIVE BACKS - D A V E Purdue; Bill Simpson, Michigan State,
, MICHIGAN, 6-1, 188, jr.; Neal and Earl Douthitt, Iowa
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NBA
Cleveland 120, Seattle 118
Milwaukee 115, Buffalo 110
Chicago 123, Golden State 117
Atlanta 129, ,KC-Omaha 110
Houston 125, Phoenix 111
NHL
NYT I' 4, Atlanta 2
Vancouver 2, St. Louis 2

Fifth starter unki
Cagers aproach
By JOHN KAHLER returns, but boarders Ken Brady, 6-7 ju
The football season at Michigan Ernie Johnson, Henry Wilmore, on last
has come to an abrupt and untime- and John Lockard are all gone. Kupi
ly end as politics and petty jeal- Of the seven front-court can- lie is
ousies have robbed the Wolverines didates, Bill Ayler is the best, since
of a RoseBowl trip that was boardman. Only 6-4, he has excel- big m
rightly theirs. But frustrated Ann lent leaping ability and a crowd- got inb
Arbor sports fans have one con- pleasing style. But his outside will b
_-- ___ - wrL nn iic d fnc since

solation, it you will: Michigans snooting is suspect an u ms aeiense
basketball season starts this Satur- is hacky. Freshman John Robin- taller men much of the season. -
day. (Southern Illinois, 2 p.m.) son, the next best rebounder, has The guards are the sunshine of
This is the second year of the started to assert himself in prac Johnny Orr's life. Steve Grote is
Campy Russell era at Michigan. tice sessions but doesn't offer im- this year's prize freshman catch. g
Great things are expected of Cam- mediate help. The most valuable playerion the, MAU1 AA Wn
panella now that he has the team Orr has tried experimenting by state championship team in Ohio,inguwcDmar
virtually to himself. Three of the moving Britt from guard to the Grote is already being compared
other four positions on the team wing position. The Flint Northern with the semi-legendary Dan Fife.
are filled: But the 'other' forward alum has good quickness but, at At 6-3, he is probably the best Break out! Come to t
position is still up in the air with 6-2, gives away too much on the defensive player on the team. people actively living
the season opener only three days boards. Orr also tried moving cen- Joe Johnson appears ready to
away.!ter C. J. Kupec to forward and rebound from a disappointig
#w"We've tried everybody at that placing walk-on Don Johnston at sophomore campaignrat the other AMERIAN BE
position in hopes that somebody center. Johnston gives 100 per cent guard spot. "He's regained his
would take charge," moans coach all the time, but at 6-6 is definitely confidence," exudes Orr. "He's
JhnOr."unooyhs" overmatched in the pivot, shooting better from the outside THIS FRIDAY, we at the
Johnny Orr. "But nobody has. er tcdmhpvt. than he has in the past." good people, honest food
No less than seven different Of the others, Kuzma has a good tah has igh t." goo people hont og
people have been tried at that for- outside shot and Whitten offers ex- Coach Orr, rightly or wrongly, I events include tantric yg
polhaebetreattafohabenbae.b Mihgnlto s lanrlaxin(eward position. But neither Bill Ay- perience (he Rog is the team's lonehsbe lmdbyMcia o fjustplanreaig.
Wasers, a 6-6 sophomore, fans for the past and present
ler Wayman Britt, Don Johnston, missed two weeks of practice while failures of the Wolverine team. day noon. For informatio
Ti Kuzma John Robinson, Chuck a heart w murmur was being ex- Michigan crowds have been noted
Rogers, or Jake Whitten have beenamined but has come back strong in the past for their impatience
able to cement the job. and may prove the best forward of with poor play by their "heroes."
In practice sessions this weekj the lot. If the team gets off to a slow
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the coaches have leaned more
towards Ayler than the others. But
it looks like Orr will rotate hisI
candidates against different teams,
depending upon the opponents' par-I
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The lack of a second forward
has hampered the bid to solve
the one great problem facing the
Wolverine team this year: lack
of rebounding. Russell, the Big
Ten's tenth leading rebounder
with an 8.9 per game average

Just who will start at this po-
sition will not definitely be known
until game time Saturday. Any-
body who has a good week in
practice could still win the call
for the 2 p.m. tipoff with Southern
Illinois.
The rest of the team appears,
set. Russell, of course, needs no
introduction. He will be called upon
to provide most of the scoring thisI
season with his outside gunning and
smooth moves to the basket. The

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Coach Orr in particular will bet
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home.
The early season schedule has no
great teams on it, some good
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