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Down to
the'wire
By Don Macachlan
Bo speaks out .. .
...calls for impr4
, SCHEMBECHLER sat over his lunch yesterday and
fired answers back to writers at his weekly press "LEACH EXCELLED at the option
nference. He replied to every question in between bites and "He knows as much about that offens
sed in a few comical incidents along the way.
But the Michigan coach wasn't joking about one item- ing is alright too. But we gotta get mo
s team needs to improve on its performance Saturd ball."
4ainst Illinois.bal
"We're not where we ought to be," Schembechler said. Enough about the past. Michigan i
e've got a lot of work to do." ren as non-conference foe Duke rollsi
day. You must know what Bo had t
THE WOLVERINES had many bright spots in the Devils. He respects them even though
~but at Champaign but a few areas still need some polish- them 17-16 Saturday.
g. Michigan fumbled the ball four times while quarter- "East Carolina is pretty good-the
acks Rick Leach and John Wangler each threw an intercep- Schembechler said. "Duke is a woe
on. Gregg Willner missed a conversion and Schembechler quarterback Mike Dunn is an excepti
as not pleased with the play of the offensive line. you running and, passing. He's reallyf
"Look at the mistakes in the kicking game-that's what offense."
ts ya," Schembechler said. "They kept bringing back Bo sure isn't kidding about Dunn. TI
ckoff returns, we missed an extra point, dropped the first totaled 255 yards Saturday, scooting fo
nt and just let some punts hit the ground." option attack should pose more of a cha
"Our line blocking was not good," Schembechler added. defense than Illinois.
rom end to end we have to improve our line blocking."
On the brighter side of the slate, the Michigan defense HOWEVER, AS the practice for
ayed a solid game-but the Wolverines will see more for- casualty list remains rather large. B
idable offensive attacks than the Illini generated. starter sidelined with a serious injury1
LINEBACKER RON Simpkins was all over the field, like Michael Davis, Steve Nauta, Rex
lecting 11 tackles and pouncing on an Illinois fumble. The and Bob Hollway are all sidelined.
homore from Detroit was named "Defensive Hustler of Stacy Johnson is hurting with a ban
e Week." Schembechler may try him in practice
The line play was typical of a Michigan defense-quick "It's cut into our depth a lot," Sc]
d aggressive. Tackles Curtis Greer and Dale Keitz were you gotta do is look around. (Pittsbur
the Illinois backfield all day and ends Dom Tedesco ana Cavanaugh goes down, (Ohio State's J
n Anderson cut off the option play. There just aren't that many football p
Schembechler had to be satisfied with Michigan's running In light of Oklahoma's narrow vict
ck which rolled for 350 yards. Harlan Huckleby ran hard downing of the Cavanaugh-less Pittsb
afternoon, scooting for 128 yards. The junior speedster verines just might have a chance fo
s tabbed as the Big Ten's Player of the Week for his country in today's polls, with a 37-
ort against the Illini. belts.
Huckleby's credentials have a lot to say for the efforts of "I don't care really," Schembechle
ach and Russell Davis. Huck's backfield teammates last year."
ned holes for him and Leach ran the option nearly to
ection.

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, September 13, 1977-Page 9
SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
Cage reserve transfers
Juniorbasketball player Bobby be drawn, and each winner will be the Big Ten champion and Rose Bowl
Wolverine assistant Bill Friede' mailed an application to purchase participant. Michigan students, and
confirmed yesterday. The 6-6 for- two $17.50 tickets. especially freshmen, are salivating
odnfrm yestery . The .-6 foin anticipation of that contest. Many
played onyfleGulfort,r gisstpp Standard size post cards should be freshmen even chose to come to
years in Ann Arbor mailed to: Rose Bowl Ticket Draw- Michigan' for games like this one.
yasiAnAbring, P. O. Box 1800, Pasadena, Well, these same freshmen could
C . alifornia 91109. Letters are not have been watching this historic

," Schembechler said.
e as I do. Rick's pass-
re yardage throwing.
guys that can catch the
s 1-0 and atop the Big
into Ann Arbor Satur-
o say abut the Blue
East Carolina nipped
name kinda fools ya,"
)rthy opponent. Their
onal athlete. He hurts
good-the key to their
'he senior signal caller
r 65 on the ground. His
allenge to the Michigan
Duke continues, the
Bill Dufek is the only
but top notch reserves
Mackall, Jon Giesler
Backup quarterback
ged up knee although
again today.
,embechler said. "All
rgh quarterback Matt)
Jeff) Logan goes down.
players to go around."
ory and Notre Dame's
burgh squad, the Wol-
or the top spot in the
9 victory under their
er said. "We rode that

accepted, and entries must be post-
marked by midnight, October 15.
Rumor squelched
The date is November 19th and the
place will be Michigan Stadium. The
event, the Ohio State-Michigan foot-
ball game, will probably determine

contest on television, due to a ticket
shortage. Rumor had it that the
athletic department oversold, tickets
to alumni and friends. In other
words, freshmen would be left with-
out tickets to this game. But athletic
department officials denied this ru-
mor vigorously and many spirits
were uplifted.

Bowling Leagues Now Forming
MENS, WOMENS and MIXED
SIGN UP NOWI
UNION LANES
Bowling for leagues 504
regular rates 654
Open: 10 a.m. Mon.-Fri.; I p.m. Sat. 8 Sun.

Bobby Jones
"We recommended Tulane to him
because it is closer to home and we
feel he can play there," explained
Frieder. "We felt the decision was
the- best one for everyone con-
cerned." Jones must sit out a year
before competing at the Louisiana
school.
Rose parade
For those of you who already have
visions of roses in the wake of
Saturday's 37-9 victory over Illinois,
here's your chance to get a head start
on the other ticket hounds for the 1978
Rose Bowl.
Post card entries are now being
accepted by the Pasadena Tourna-
ment of Roses Association for the
public sale of 3,500 seats. A drawing
for the seats will be held in late
October. A total of 1,750 cards are to

Recreational
4"( SPOTS

Tribe topples Tigers

The Department of Recreational Sports is loaded with action this week.
First there is Special Interest Recreation.
" Jogging Clinic will be held on Thursday, September 15th at 7 p.m. at
te CCRB in room 2230.,
" Family Sunday-Funday is for families only and is held every Sunday
at the NCRB from 2-5 p.m.
Women team managers will meet on Wednesday, September 14th at
6:30 p.m. at the IM Building.-,,
" Co-Recreational team managers' meeting is on Thursday, September
15th at 6:30 p.m. in the IM Building.
" Officiating-Anyone interested in becoming an intramural official
should contact Sandy Sanders at the IM Building. No experience is neces-
sary. The phone number is 763-1313.
" All-Campus Soccer entries are due September 13th. The soccer man-
agers' meeting is on Tuesday, September 13th at 7 p.m. in the IM Building.
" Tennis entries are due on September 13th in Residence Hall, Frater-
nity, Graduate, and Independent divisions.
" Water Polo entries are due on September 19th for Residence Hall and
Fraternity divisions.

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - Paul Dade drove
in three runs and Wayne Garland
pitched a six-hitter, ending a person-
al five-game losing string, as the
.
.............. .....
BILLBOARD
Anyone interested in trying out for
Michigan's women's tennis team
should attend the meeting and prac-
tice that will be held on Friday,
September 16th at 3:30 p.m. at the
Track and Tennis Building. Tryouts
will also be held on the 19th at the
same time and place.

Indians beat the Detroit Tigers 8-1
last night. .
The victory ended Cleveland's six-
game losing streak. It was the first
win for Garland; 11-18, since Aug. 14.
The loss was Detroit's sixth
loss.
Dade, who scored Cleveland's first
run, stroked a two-run single in the
third inning to give Cleveland a 4-1
edge. He also capped the Indians'
two-run sixth, drawing a two-out
walk from reliever Steve Grilli with
the bases loaded.
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& Harold
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ith two items on it from Pizza
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