THE MICHiGAN DAILY Friday, March 16, 1973
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THETA XI-The Coed Frat., 1345 Wasktenow
TUESDAY, MARCH 20
DR. GAY L D. NS
Professor, Department of Sociology
"MAN ND HI FELLW ME ()
Family, tribe, community: cohesive factors,
3rd Lecture of a series entitled
MAN A ND H IS WAYS
International Center Recreation Room
603 E. Madison
Informal discussion follows lecture.
Refreshments will be served.
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By ROGER ROSSITER
Just as the advent of spring
means a bout with the IRS, it also
signifies the beginning of spring
*football practice. Come rain, snow,
sleet, hail or even sunshine, Michi-
gan head coach Bo Schembechier
wil run his spring roster of 98
Wolverine hopefuls through the
meatgrinder four days a week for
five weeks, beginning Monday and
culminating with the annual intra-
squad scrimmage Saturday, April
You would be hard pressed to get
anyone around the athletic admin-
istration office to admit it, but
the offensive interior line, where Iclose behind, but the middle guard
three of last year's starting five slot is totally up for grabs. A posi-
have departed. ition switch to fill this position
Gone are all-America tackle Paul could materialize from spring
Seymour, All-Big Ten guard Tom drills, since only four non-experi-
Coyle, and second team All-Big Ten enced candidates for the post dot
center Bill Hart. Currently listed the spring roster.
as the probables at these positions The rest of the offensive and de-
are Curtis Tucker (strong tackle), fensiye line positions likely will be
Gary Hainrihar (right guard) and manned by returning starters. How-
Dennis Franks (center), but of- ever, finding back up men for
fensive line coach Jerry Hanlon virtually every line position, dis-
firmly reminds that, "These posi- regarding tight end, will be a
tions are up for grabs. Those play- prime mission during the vernal
ers returning with experience will sessions
get the first shot, but we'll find out
soon who can play."
ten months from now this 1973 band About the only other area where
of Michigan Wolverines could con- there is real concern is the de-
ceivably be riding high atop the fensive line where again three
world as college football's mythical senior starters are lost to gradua-
national champions. It really could tion. Left end Clint Spearman,
happen! right tackle Fred Grambau, and
middle guard Greg Ellis were vital
GRANTED, there are a few holes cogs in the Michigan machine that
tofill due tortgraduation, bt for led the nation in defense against
thedn m ot par Mih iga wil bex r-soig ti at s a o . S no s
enced, deepest teams around. The Walt Williamson and Doug Troszak
biggest problem facing Schem- should get the nod at the vacated
bechier and his horde of assistants end and tackle spots, respectively,
will likely be the restructuring of with Bill Hoban and Jeff Perlinger
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IHANLON HINTED that the pos-
sibility looms of a sophomor'e
cracking into a starting berth on
the offensive line, though he de-
clined to name the alluded-to in-
Speaking of tight end, Schem-
bechler is blessed with a trium-
led by returning starttrPau Sdeal,
the team's leading pass receiver
last year, along with Greg Den-
Boer and C.J. Kupec.
With the whole offensive back-
field returning two deep, much
time can be spent coordinating the
sumed in deciding who would play.
BA^RRING AN epidemicstfrthe
lastdyear's: Dennis Franklin, quar-
terback; Ed Shuttlesworth, full-
back; Clint Haslerig, win gback.;
and Chuck Heater, tailback. Letter-
men Larry Cipa, Tom Slade, Bob
Thornbladh, Harry Banks, and
Larry Gustafson all return along
witha dcen crop of sophomores
to keep the regulars on their toes.
The defensive secondary and
linebacking corps are both ble
keep Michigan's defense ."the
champions of the West.'"
Carl Russ, Craig Mutch, and
Steve Strinko-all juniors-Zgive
Schembechler a trio of tough line-
backers that could be the best in
the Big Ten.
Last season's relatively green
secondary of halfbacks Barry Dot-
zauer and Roy Burks plus safety
Dave Brown matured rapidly into
the league's finest. With the re-
turn of wolfman Geoff Steger and
reserves Tom Drake and Dave
Elliot from the injured list, depth
Even her tykicking game looks
solid with Dotzauer initiating his
third campaign as punter and Mike
Lantry back to handle the place-
Daily Photo by ROLFE TESSEM
WOLVERINE TAILBACK Chuck Heater (44) runs for daylight behind some fine interference by Easy
Ed Shuttlesworth (31). Both Heater and Shuttlesworth return next season, assuring Michigan of a power-
ful ground attack. This action took place during last fall's 10-0 win over the Spartans of Michigan State.
Michigan's Big Ten champion
wrestling squad has picked na-
tnalctitlis Jery Hubbardas
grappling campaign. Hubbard, a
junior from Joliet, Ill. majoring
in education, wvas selected by a
vote of his teammates.
Wolverine Coach Rick Bay
also announced that retiring
captain Mitch Mendrygal has
been awarded the Cliff Keen
award. The three-year-old honor
is given annually to the gradu-
ating senior demonstrating lead-
ership, dedication and hard
work. Bay and Assistant Coach
Bill Johanneson made the selec-
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Northwestern seeks Taylor;
By The Associated Press
*COLUMBUS-Northwestern Universityr Athletic Director Tippy
Dye said Thursday that Ohio State mentor Fred Taylor is "definitely
one of the top candidates" for the vacant Northwestern basketball
Brad Snyder quit Monday as the coach of Northwestern.
Taylor, the dean of the Big Ten Conference coaches, has guided
his alma mater for 15 seasons, turning in a 264-109 record that includes
seven league titles or co-titles.
Dye confirmed he talked with Taylor Wednesday and said, "I
haven't offeiied him anything, but I don't think he, would hiave been
bere if he wasn't seriously interested."
Ed Weaver, the athletic director at Ohio State, confirmed Taylor
''was in Chicago" and that' he had given Dye permission to talk with
Taylor, the president of the National Association of Basketball
Coaches, was in Nashville, Tenn., Thursday for the NCAA Mideast~
Regional Basketball Tournament and was unavailable for comment.
*OAKLAND-Six California Golden Seals players threaten to run
to the World Hockey Association if they don't get new coaching and
an owner "interested in hockey" and willing to pay for new players.
"This is the worst run club in hockey," a spokesman for the six
said Wednesday. They are among 12 on the 19-man Seals roster whose
contracts expire after the final National Hockey League game here
The six kept their identities secret saying they feared reprisal.
The dissidents said they expect at least two other players to join
them in departing from California, which as the NHL West cellar teami
has won 11, lost,43 and tied 15.
* SEATTLE-Tom Nissalke, fired earlier this year as coach of the
Seattle Super-Sonics plans to file a $1.2 million suit Thursday against
the National Basketball Association team.
Leonard W. Schroeter, an attorney for Nissalke, said, the suit
stemmed from what he termed a total breakdown in payments and
negotiations between the ex-Sonic coach and First Northwest Industries,
owners of the NBA team.
Nissalke originally signed a three-year contract as head coach of
the Sonics running from Aug. 1972, through July 31, 1975.
He was fired Jan. 10 of this year.
"The Sonics stopped all payments to him (Nissalke) after January,"
said Schroeter. He has received nothing from them since then."
Sonic Vice President Zollie Voichok contended Wednesday that
Nissalke was offered a cash settlement but rejected it.
ST. LOUIS-Nate Archibald of the Kansas City-Omaha Kings was
named Thursday as the National Basketball Association's player of the
yar in a league-wide poll conducted by The Sporting News published
Archibald, who as a guard has averaged 30 points and 10 assists
per game, was one of the five NBA members of The Sporting News'
all-star team picked in the March 24 edition of the weekly sports
Guard Jerry West of the Los Angeles Lakers, center Kareem
Abdul-Jabbar of the Milwaukee Bucks, forward John Havlicek of the
Boston Celtics and forward SpencerHaywood of the Seattle Super-
Sonics rounded out the all-star team, which was selected in the
balloting of 204 league players.
Haywood led all vote-getters with 127 votes followed by Archibald's
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