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Saturday, October 7, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Saturday, October 7, 1 97~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By GEORGE HASTINGS
As he prepare# to do battle with
Navy this afternoon at Michigan
Stadium, M i c h i g a n coach Bo
Schembechler's m a j o r problem
may not be on the other side of
the field. The miracle that Bo will
have to pull;off is convincing his
team that they really have a game
today.

SPORTS
NIGHT EDITORS: BOB HEUER and BOB McGINN

Penn ;state and Boston College Wolverines have all their many
scores may be a bit deceiving, fine defensive ends healthy, and
since both those teams are appar- this will give Schembechler a
ently not what they were cracked 1 chance to keep his front line fresh.
up to be. Middle guard Greg Ellis will also
The Michigan squad managed to be back in action after sitting out
stay away from any new injuries most of last week as a result of
this week and are in as good phy- being thrown out of the game in
sical shape as they have been all the first half.
year. Qverall, the Wolverines are again
Schembechler is expected to go a prohibitive favorite, picked by 24
basically with the same lineup points or more on some of the bet-
which overpowered Tulane last ting lines. Unless some quite un-
Saturday, and even if some of the foreseen circumstances occur, the
individual players may be just Maize and Blue should extend their
peeking a, little ahead to Michigan 1972 record to 4 and 0 without any
State, they should have few prob- problem.
lems. A ;-

Typically, ever since last Satur-I
day, Schembechler has been con- _
centrating on just that. "Navy has of the Wolverine line is to go right overrun-as yet. Schembechler re-
dayts,"he has be en saying. against Michigan's strength, so the calls last season's Michigan-Navy
"They're vastly improved offen- Navy may have to take to the air, contest, in which, he says, "We
sively, and will give us difficulty an area in which they are not as had very great difficulty moving
on defense." strong as they would like to be. the football."
Quarterback Fred Stuvek has In fact, in that contest the Wol-
met with some success via the pass verines mounted very little offense
The Michigan-Navy game be- this year, but he has also been in the first half, and it took a few
g: p.m. EST and will quite prone to the interception, breaks and a last-second touch-
be broadcast over radio stations and the Wolverine secondary may down to make the halftime score
WAAM 1600 AM; WCBN 89.5 FM; add to its already impressive total 15-0. However, in the second half
AG 1050 AM; and WUOM 91.7 of pick-offs. The receiver to watch Michigan came on for four touch-
for the Middies is tight end Steve downs and a field goal to make it
Ogden, who has nabbed ten tosses a rout.
But although those who have already this season. However, the improvement in
heard Schembechler's appraisals of The Navy defense's only real star Navy is probably far short of what
the Wolverines' weak foes in past is linebacker Chuck Voith, but the it would take to come up with an
years understandably m a y be unit as a whole has not been badly upset over the Wolverines. The
skeptical, this time he may' have
a point. For the Navy team of THE LINEUPS
1972 is apparently a far cry from
the Midshipmen squads which have'
gone 8-34 over the past four years. Offense
This year, in fact, the Navy team M ICHIGA NA
actually Chas a winning record- I .ZICHI AN NAVY
two wins and one loss, to be exact: (15) Bo Rather (180) SE (85) Jack Forde (160)
The Navy offense especially, close Ji
to non-existent last year, has blos- (73)im Coode (235) LT (52) Max Legg (245)
somed into a powerful force. (61) Mike Hoban (232) LG (62) Bob Johnson (240)
The improvements in the Mid-! (56) Bill Hart (227) C (74)Carl Halbreiner (215)
shipmen have shown up on the (60) Tom Coyle (233) RG (70) Don Montgomery (250)1
scoreboard. Last year the Middies (77) Paul Seymour (250) RT (71) Leonard May (240)
were bombed by Penn State 56-3(83) Paul Seal (213) TE (80) Steve Ogden (210)
and Boston College 49-6, this year~
they held the Nittany Lions to a ( 9) Dennis Franklin (185) QB (15) Fred Stuvek (185)
21-10 victory, and then just last (31) Ed Shuttlesworth (227) FB (38) Andy Pease (195)
week upset the BC Eagles, 27-20. (43) Clint Haselrig (182) WB (33) Albert Calland (195)
The other Navy win came over (20) Harry Banks (177) TB (24) Dan Howard (170)
William and Mary.
The reason for the Navy success D
this year has been the develop-Defe
ment of a strong running game. (96) Clint Spearman (223) LE (75) Wes Bergazzi (210)
Coach Rick Forzano has a big, (92) Fred Grambau (234) LT (76) Glen Nardi (225)
veteran offensive line which has (68) Greg Ellis (23) MG (69) Charlie Voith (200)
been opening a lot of holes. (71) Dave Gallagher (230) RT (77) M O'Shaughnessy (230)
To run through them, Forzano(71) DaneCGle rn(20) RE 7)BObSharhes(20
has found junior Dan Howard. (39) Don Coleman ( 10) RE (65) Bob Willard (210)
Howard was named Associated (34) Craig Mutch (203) MLB (34) Mike Behrent (210) 1
Press back-of-the-week last week (37) Tom Kee (215) OLB (82) Charles Miletich (195)P
after an incredible performance i I (41) Randy Logan (192) Wolf (79) Jim Garban (195)
which he gained 239 yards and (25) Barry Dotzauer (162) WHB (44) Pat Virtue (170)
scored two touchdowns against (25) ry Borks (1 2) WHB (44) Pat rtue 10
Boston College. (8) Roy Burks (185) SUB (45) Gary Rhoads (180)
However, to run at the middle ( 6) Dave Brown (185) S (47) Charles Robinson (170)

One thing which may add a bit
of interest to the game should .the
Wolverines get far ahead early,
will be the tendency Schembechler
displayed against Tulane last week
to experiment with new players
and new plays on offense.
In the fourth quarter against
the Green Wave, Schembechler
found that he has a reliable back-
up tailback in the person of sopho-
more Chuck Heater, who blasted
for 51 yards in only seven carries.
He also turned loose his second-
string quarterback Larry Cipa to
try some passes. Cipa proved that
the Wolverines can go to the air
if they have to, completing 3 of 3
for 34 yards and driving Michigan
to another score.
Another player who Schembech-
ler got into the action for the first
time late last week was wingback
Larry Gustafson, who in presea-
son was a leading candidate for
starter at the positionuntildan arm
injury sent him out of action.
Schembechler, who has vowed
that he will have more varied cap-
abilities thi, vear on offense, will
probably make use of late
game time today to prepare more
options should the Wolverines be
forced out of their normal patternsj
in any future contests this season.
On defense, the Wolverines' sec-
ondary has looked better everyj
week, and the young Michigan'
starters have shown nothing to in-
dicate that they won't be able to!
easily handle the unimpressive
Navy passing attack.
The Michigan defense against
the rush, again one of the nation's
best, will be challenged by Howard
and Co., but should meet the test.1
For the first time this year the

And if Bo can get all
really fired up about the
could be a runaway.

his boys
game, it

Polomen sweep
Freshman Rich Yawitz scored
three goals and Larry Day, Rich
Dorney, and Steve McCarthy
added two apiece to pace the
Michigan Wolverine water polo
squad to a 11-7 upset win over
conference champion Indiana
last night.
Junior goalie Stu Isaac was
outstanding in the nets, stopping
several Hoosier breakaways.
Earlier, the Wolverines thump-
ed Michigan State, 25-4.
A rematch between the same
two teams will be held this
morning at Matt Mann Pool
starting at 10:30 a.m.

Daily Photo by ROLFE TESSEM
Heater on the move
BETTORS NIGHTMARE

Sectional

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By RON PARSON
Unlike last week, where Okla-
homa and Nebraska, among others
crushed t h e i r opponents, - this
week's schedule includes a host of
games between evenly matched
teams. Of course no one can pre-
dict the future and anything can
happen when two teams take to
the gridiron, but there is good
exciting football in store for to-
day.
On the coast, USC (4-0), the num-1
ber one team in the nation, goes

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Spartans butt1
CHICAGO (MP) - After three 'back, while simplifying offensive
rounds of mainly nonconference patterns.
action, the Big Ten again has tak- Junior defensive cornerback
en its lumps for a composite 8-13 Mark Niessen is expected to re-
record. The ratio figures to be place senior George Mihaiu at
about the same on the last Sat- quarterback, although Daugher-
urday before the conference be- ty has refused to confirm who'll
gins its all-in-the-family warfare. start. Niessen, listed as a quar-
Michigan State, on a downhill terback, worked out at the post
slide by football Coach Duffy all week.
Daugherty's admission, tries to-
day to make a stand against fa-'
vored, powerful Notre Dame. a En Foouuisl
To stop the threat of coach Ara
Parseghian's sophomore - studded,
shock troops, Daugherty has re- Willie Townsend, Mike Creaney
sorted to juggling several line- and fullback John Cieszkowski
men and, probably, his quarter- ave caught 18 of Tom Clements'
_____________21 successfully attempted passes
and are expected to be a threat
G ' a Saturday.
a The winless Illinois football team
got its first bit of good news in
le ad 1 e t three weeks with a report star
quarterbackMike Wells will be
able to face solidly - favored Penn
__tState today.
27,Wells, whose split finger on
his throwing hand sidelined the
By BOB HEUER losses to Southern California and
Fighting off some tough pinI Washington, will wear a spe-
placements and a poor showing cial wrapping around the in-
from the bottom of the line-up, the jured digit in the intersectional
Michigan golfers took a five shot contest at Memorial Stadium.
lead into today's finale of the Both teams boast good defenses,
inaugural Wolverine Invitational with the Tab Bennett-led Illini
Tournament, hard pressed to make amends for
After 27 holes of play, the Blue a sputtering offense.
,linksmen sport a total of 832 Penn State's defense, hubbed
strokes from their top seven play- I around linebacker John Skorupan
ers. Michigan State is five strokes and end Bruce Bannon, also has
back at 837, followed by Purdue at had to compensate for a butter-
839. fingered Lion offense guilty of 14
MICHIGAN CO-CAPTAIN Chuck turnovers, 11 on lost fumbles.

er in total offense this fall.
While Jaynes prefers to pass,
the Jayhawks also field a steady;
ground attack led by Jerome Nel-
loins, Delvin Williams and Rob-
ert Miller.
The Gophers hope they. are fin-
ished with injury problems at run-I
ning back. Kevin Keller will start,
with freshman Doug Beaudoin and
senior Jim Henry in reserve.
Quarterback Bob Morgan, has
worked without benefit of an
able halfback the last two weeks,
thus cutting the efficiency of the
Veer T option and running of
fullback John King.
Iowa was cheered by a solid"
showing in last Saturday's 14-101
loss at Penn State. But winless
Purdue 0-3 still is tabbed a one
touchdown pick over the host!
Hawkeyes as the Boilermakers
make their first league start.
Ohio State, 2-0, now apparently
armed with a game - breaking
freshman speedster in Archie
Griffin, is rated by three touch-}
lowns over California 1-3. How-
ever, Buckeye coach Woody Hayes
frets that the Bears "live by the
forward pass and the big play."
Also scheduled this afternoon is
the Indiana-Syracuse game. John-
ny Pont's Hoosiers (2-1) are slight
underdogs against the Orangemen,j
who were soundly thrashed by
Wisconsin three weeks ago, 31-7.
ruuer

'e Irish

against the Stanford Cardinals (nee,
Indians) who Michigan fans re-'
member well.
Coming off a convincing victory
over Illinois, the top-rated Trojans
are blazing a trail to the Rose
Bowl. In their first four games the
Trojans have amassed 188 points
and allowed only 42 to the oppo-
sition.
Anthony Davis leads the rush-
ing attack and the fine passing
combination of Mike Rea and
J.D. McKay, son of the Trojan
coach, should make trouble for
the Stanford defense.
Stanford (3-0), the defending
Dope charge
hits Jabbar,
Lucius .Alen
DENVER {gP) - Kareem Abdu I
Jabbar and Lucius Allen of the
Milwaukee Bucks were freed on
$200 bond each yesterday after be-
ing held with two other men for
investigation of possession of marn-
juana.
Police said two uniformed offi-
cers stopped a car in downtown
Denver on a routine traffic check
and discovered the suspected mari-
juana. The four were arrested un-
der a law which makes first pos-
session of one-half ounce or less of
marijuana a misdemeanor.
Capt. Harvey Snyder said they
are to appear in City-County Court
within 10 days to answer the
charge. It carries a maximum pen-
alty of one year in county jail ad.
a fine of $500.
Allen has been arrested twice
before on similar charges in Los
Angeles.
Wayne Embry, general manager
of the Bucks, said he didn't know
enough about the incident to say
what effect it would have on the
players' status.
He added, however, that it was
his understanding that Jabbar's
religion prohibits smoking o) any
kind.

Pac-8 champions are also unde-
feated. The Cardinals have looked
impressive and running back John
Winesberry is one good reason why.
Winesberry gained 136 yards and
three touchdowns while quarter-
back Mike Boryla passed for 228
yards and two scores against pre-
viously unbeaten West Virginia.
A atwntal F Ibal
In the south, Alabama (3-0) will
meet Georgia (2-1) in what should
prove to be a good close contest.
Terry Davis, the 'Bama quar-
terback, directs the wishbone of-
fense which has been very suc-
cessful this year. The Crimson
Tide, who last Saturday outlast-
ed Vanderbilt 48-21, f e a t u r e.
strong running backs Paul Sivey
and Steve Bisceglia, along with
Ellis Beck and Joe LaBue who
make the wishbone so effective
for coach Bear Bryant.
Georgia has beaten Baylor and
North Carolina with good perform-
ances by quarterbacks Andy John-
son and James Ray. No matter
what, Georgia will have its hands
full against Alabama.
Another Southern Conference
game features two undefeated
teams, Auburn and Mississippi,
both boasting 3-0 records with Ole.
Miss having the hometown advant-
age.
Mississippi has a fine quarter-
back in Norris Weese whoqmakes
good use of ace receivers Burney
Veazey and Bill Barry. On defense
Mississippi looked very strong in
the 21-0 victory over South Caro-
lina in which the Gamecocks were
held to only one first down.-
Auburn looked poor in its first
two -outings, but changed all that

by pulling a stunning upset over
fourth-ranked Tennessee 10-6 last
week. Defense should be the name
of the game with both teams show-
ing good defensive strength.
Florida State (4-0) goes against
a young Florida team (1-1) with
sophomore quarterback Dave Bow-
don at the controls. Florida may
surprise some people if speedsters
Nat Moore and Vince Kendrick get
loose. The two young running
backs have been gaining a lot of
yards in this young season.
Oklahoma State (2-1) pulled an
astonishing upset last week over
third-ranked Colorado 31-& and
should be ready for their game
with Missouri (2-1) this weekend.
The Cowboys have fooled the Big
Eight experts this year. In their
three past games the Cowboys
have lost only one, a 24-23
squeaker to Arkansas.
Missouri bases its upset hopes
on a strong defense geared to stop
the powerful Cowboy .rushing at-
tack. Missouri has won two games,
defeating Oregon and California,
despite a 354-yard passing attack
by California. They called on the
defense which threw the Cal quar-
terbacks for 125 yards in losses.
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AP Photo
LUCIUS ALLEN PREPARES to leave Denver's Mile-High Airport
after a most trying day. He and teammate Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
were arrested yesterday on a charge of marijuana possession.

Bucks' guard Jon McGlocklin walks

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Burnham claimed individual hon
ors for the day, firing an even par
36 to go with his morning round
77. "I could havetplayed better,'
said Burnham after the round,
but I'm happy to berleading."
One stroke back of Burnham is
Michigan Stater Tom Murphy
Murphy garnered the number two
spot witha 78-36, 114. Third, any
other stroke back at 115, is Neil
Spitalny, who engineered rounds
of 79-36.
"We were a little disappointed
with the afternoon play generally,'
said Spitalny, "especially with the
fourth through eighth players.'
Rene Desmarais holds down fourth
place on the strength of his 79-37,
116; and Jon Dale shot a 76-43,
119.
Four players, however, failed to
break 120. Brent Baily and Craig
Ghio both shot 121, while Tom Mc-

Compouning the woes of Bob
Blackman, who has had two suc-
I cessive nightmarish season starts g/
since arriving from Dartmouth,I
is the indefinite loss of star Illini By JANET McINTOSH
'fullback Mike Navarro. A wee bit of the fightin' Irish will green the turf of Palmer Field
Led by Big Ten top rusher, this afternoon as the Michigan Rugby Football Club battles the Notre
Rufus Ferguson, the flying fire- Dame Ruggers. The Irish tied with Michigan last year in tourna-
plug, Wisconsin is rated a one- ment play and are a strong and hard-playing a bunch of rugby players
touchdown choice over North- as you'll ever want to see. South Bend comes into this game with a sea-
western. son record of 6-1, their only loss being to Central Indiana, an allstar
The Wildcats, yet to crack up a team of no little reputation.
touted passing game, cracked into
the win column last week with Last year was Notre Dame's rebuilding year, so this year's team is
1 freshman fullback Greg Boykin composed primarly of experienced, seasoned undergrads returning
scooting 43 yards for the go-ahead from last year's squad. Together they form a 'competent team,
touchdown in a 27-22 defeat of well-seasoned in the fine art of rugby.
Pittsburgh. Notre Dames scrum is not to be feared for its mammoth size
The Minnesota Gophers, looking either, possessing only one rugger over the 200 pound mark. The
for a duplicate performance from Irish Captain, Joe Hoffner does not consider their smallness a prob-
a year ago, try for their first vic- lem. He says that though they're small, they're wiry and in most
tory of the college football season cases succeed in wearing their opponents out and dominating the
s today against Kansas. field in the final minutes of play.
Minnesa' s 0-3 nde new Undaunted after their whopping 26-19 loss to Michigan last year,
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