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Page 8--Tuesday, September 13, 1977-The Michigan Daily


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By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS-Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes, in a
move to shore up his injury-riddled offensive backfield,
hinted yesterday that he may move Ray Griffin from
defense to tailback.
The Buckeyes, fifth ranked nationally last week,
face invading Minnesota in their Big Ten opener Satur-
During as 10-0 non-conference verdict over Miami
(Fla.), the Buckeyes lost their top two tailbacks, regu-
lar Jeff Logan and first substitute Ricky Johnson.
LOGAN, THE BUCKEYES' No. 1 rusher in 1976,
suffered knee and ankle injuries. He had only 31 yards
in 10 attempts before he was hurt in the first half.
Johnson, a highly regarded sophomore from Santa
Maria, Calif:, piled up 64 yards in seven rushes as
Logan's replacement. He, too, departed with a knee

shffles back field

injury in the second half.
That prompted Hayes to discuss reports that Griffin,
the brother of two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie
Griffin, would be switched to offense for the Gophers.
"There's a rumor going around that we would move
Ray Griffin to offense. There might be some substance
to it. There might not. You can speculate on it if you
want," Hayes told the lunching media yesterday.
"IF WE DO SO," Hayes said of the Griffin move,
"we wouldn't forget him on defense."
Hayes has called Griffin, a 5-foot-9, 180-pound senior
from Columbus, the best safety in the nation this col-
lege season. He's regarded as the fastest man among
the Buckeyes' regulars.
Only because of the loss of Logan and Johnson is
Hayes talking of the switch.

"For that reason," said the Ohio State coach, "are
we .considering putting Ray there and because he
played as a freshman at tailback."
Griffin, as a wingback and tailback, accounted for
223 yards rushing, a 5.1 yard average, and scored
three touchdowns in his freshman season. As a sopho-
more, he switched to the defense and became an All-
Big Ten Conference safety last fall.
HAYES DID NOT rule his leading tailbacks out of
the Minnesota game, saying, "Johnson's knee is worst
than Logan's ankle. But they are both quick healers."
Hayes also said he will work fullback Ric Volley, a
6-foot, 206-pound sophomore from Lynchburg, Va., at
tailback in closed practices this week.,
"Volley doesn't have great speed, but he has good
drive," Hayes said. Volley gained 32 yards in nine
attempts against Miami, mostly in the second half.

Mass Meeting

Huck named Big Ten
Player of the Week

Tues., Sept.

13, 8 p.m.

Wines Field Locker Room
(corner So. Division & Hill),

CHICAGO - Harlan Huckleby;
Michigan's junior tailback from De-
troit, has been named Big Ten Player
of the Week on offense for his efforts
in Michigan's 37-9 victory over
Illinois last Saturday.

Use Daily Classifieds

This is the semester to get your

Huckleby, 6-foot-2 and 199 pounds,
gained 128 yards in 24 carries and
scored two touchdowns on runs of 15
and 3 yards. Huckleby also caught
one pass for 12 yards and returned
two kickoffs for 69 yards giving him a
total of 209 all-purpose yards.
Huckleby did all of this after losing.
the football on a fumble on the first
play from scrimmage which Illinois ;
turned into a field goal and an early
3-0 lead.
Other nominees for the honor were
freshman quarterback Mark Herr-
mann ofDPurdue and quarterback
Anthony Dudley of Wisconsin. Her-
mann came off the bench and
completed 20 or 32 passes for 282
yards and two touchdowns but was
unable to avert a 19-14 loss to
Michigan State.

The TI-57.
Its self-teaching
system gets you

The TI 58 and 59.
Both use
a plug-in
Solid State
When you buy a TI Programmable 58
m R
or 59 you can get this 19-program
,Leisure Library.
A535.o value if you act now

Harlan Huckleby

TI Programmable 57. The powerful
Sby superslide rule calculator you can program
right from the keyboard. Comes with an easy-
to-follow, self-teaching learning guide-over
200 pages of step-by-step instructions and ex-
amples. Quickly learn the value of making re-
petitive calculations at the touch of a key.
Recall entire instruction sequences. Display
intermediate results at any point in a calcula-
tion. Eight multi-use memories provide ad-
dressable locations to store and recall data. Program memory
stores up to 150 keystrokes (50 program steps). Editing too:
Singlestep. Backstep. Insert or delete at
any point in a program. Also a powerful $79 95*
slide rule calculator with logs, trig func-
tions and advanced statistics routines.
The TI-58 and TI-59 combine three major inno-
vations to bring the power of programming to
you-even if you've never programmed before:
1. Extraordinarily powerful-at remarkable low prices.
2. Revolutionary plug-in modules put complex formulas to work
at the touch of a key.
3. Step-by-step learning guide that takes you from the basics of
programming through advanced programmings-language you
can understand.

W L Pct. GB
New York.........88 56 .611 ---
Boston.............86 57 .601 11/
Baltimore..........84 58 .592 3
-DETROIT..........67 77 .465 21
Cleveland.......65 79 .451 23
Milwaukee ........ 60 87 .408 291/2
Toronto.........48 93 .340 38
Kansas City......87 54 .617 -
Chicago............79 63 .556 81/2
Texas..............77 64 .546 10
Minnesota........77 66 .538 11
California..........68 72 .486 18
Oakland.........56 84 .400 301/2
Seattle...........57 89 .390 321/g
Today's tGames
Detroit (Sykes 4-5) at Cleveland (Bibby 12-11), n
Boston (Paxton 9-4) at New York (Guidry 13-6), n
Minnesota (Thormodsgard 11-11) at Chicago
(Barrios 12-5), n
California (Nolan 0-2)TatTexas (Perry 12-12), n
Oakland (Langford 8.16) at Kansas City (Leonard
16-11), n
Milwaukee (Slaton 9-14) at Seattle (Abbott 1i-10), n
Only games scheduled.
Tomorrow's Games
Baltimore at Toronto, 2, t-n
DETROIT at Cleveland, n
Boston at New York, n
Oakland at Kansas City, n
Minnesota at Chicago, n
California at Texas, n
Milwaukee at Seattle, n

Football Predictor. Forecast score, point spread. Bowling
Scorekeeper. Track 90 bowlers. Golf Handicapper. Up-
date handicap from latest round's score. Bridge. Computes
points from tricks made and bid. U.S. Chess Federation
Rankings. Wins, losses, draws. Codebreaker. 3,024 possi-
ble codes make this a unique challenge. BlackJack. Acey
Ducey. Craps. Mars Lander. Pilot' to a safe landing. Jive
Turkey. Guess mystery number-tells you if you're high
or low-but is it jiving you? Nim. Play the machine, each
time it gets better. Sea Battle. 15 missiles to sink sub.
Quarterback. Call plays. Photo 1. Compensate for change
in photo enlargement magnification. Photo Il: Fill-in-flash.
Computes correct lens f-stop in strong ambient light. Use
it with a PC-1bOA and have even more fun. Computer Art.
Hangman. Put in a word, second player guesses or hangs.
Memo Pad. Write, enter messages. Print and record them
on 59's mag card. Use the card to replay the message.
Biorythm. Plots all three cycles.
Offer good from August 15 to October 31, 1977. Here's
what you do. Fill out this coupon. Return it to TI with your
serialized Customer Information Card (packed in the box),
along with a copy of a dated proof of purchase showing
lthe serial number. Important. Your envelope must be
postmarked no later than October 31. 1977.
I Leisure Library Offer
P.O. Box 53, Lubbock, Texas 79408

Leisure Library comes
with: Plug-in module.
Library manual. Quick
reference guide. Label
cards. Library wallet.

TI Programmable 58.Up to 480 program
steps, or up to 60 memories. Master Library
module contains 25 prewritten programs in
math, engineering, statistics and finance. Also
increases number of steps- up to 5000. Library
programs may also be addressed from the key-
board or inserted as subroutines. Can also be
used with TI's new
PC-100A printer/plot- $4 95 *
ter. It lets you plot, t h2U



print headings and

TI Programmable 59. More powerful
960 program steps or up to 100 memories.
up to 960 steps. And, record and pro-
tect custom programs. Also 10 user $
flags. 6 levels of subroutines. 4 types
of branches.

than the TI-58. Up to
Magnetic cards store

city - -I
TI 58 or 59 Serial Number ..,.,.-.(from back of calculator). .


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