100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 11, 1976 - Image 16

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1976-09-11

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 11, 1976

Blue, OSU1 Shootout in November

By RICH LERNER
1967. That was the last time
Ohio State or Michigan did not
win the Big Ten football cham-
pionship. In that year, Indiana,
Purdue and Minnesota battled
to a three-way tie.
1976 should be no different
than the past nine. Oh, Minne-
sota might make a few waves
and knock off the rest of the
"Little Eight," but when No-

vember 20 rolls around the
Buckeyes and Wolverines will
be meeting for the Big Ten
championship once again.
Not that the Buckeyes and
Wolverines won't have their
problems. Woody Hayes must
find replacements for Archie
Griffin and Corny Greene--
no mean feat. However, the
fat man should rise to the
occasion-

IEL 4 !rs
We've been a plant store since 1934, and we
invite you to come feel at home in our 21/2 acre
greenhouse. Use our FREE Peoples Potting Bench
with complimentary soil, check out our 18 year
old rubber tree, or toss a wishful coin into our
fountain.
Our facilities allow us to offer the best selection
of Plants and supplies in Ann Arbor. Our staff
is well informed and is here at all times to answer
your questions. We're right next to Island Park
-closer than you think-come get acquainted
soon.
1021 MAIDEN LANE--994-6112
NIELSEN'S Flower Shop
and GreenhouseI
Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:00, Sat. 8:30-4:00, Sun. 10:30-1200
FREE PARKING

Rod Gerald was one of the
most highly recruited quarter-
backs in the country two years
ago and should fill Greene's
shoes quite capably. The first
two times Gerald carried the
ball as a freshman, he scored
touchdowns.
Jeff Logan will have the first
chance to replace the universe's
only two-time Heisman Trophy
winner. But Woody has an ace
up his shortsleeves in junior
college transfer Ron Springs.
Except for finding replace-
ments for Griffin, Greene and
departed wingback Brian Bas-
chnagel, Woody's usual block-
busting team is pretty well set.
275-pound Chris Ward leads the
offensive trenchmen.
T he Buckeyes' defensive
line of Aaron Brown, Nick
Buonamici, E d d i e Beamon,
Bob Brudzinski and Farley
Bell is the nation's best. And
big Pete Johnson put the
"full" in fullback.
Bo's problems are rtirror-
image of Hayes'. With Rick
Leach, Rob Lytle, and Jim
Smith returning to the wars,
Schembechler is all set at quar-
terback, tailback and wingback.
Bo must rebuild a defensive
line which lost four starters.
However, Greg Morton gives
him a good start. The Maize
and Blue offensive pit crew is
as good as Woody's defensive
line.
Michigan has an easier non-
conference schedule than Ohio
See GOPHERS, Page 10

Put yourself
in our shoes...
and socks,
and ants,
and belt,
and shirt,
and tie.
we have everything you'll need for
that well-put-together look. Everything
from suits to polo shirts, socks to bow ties,
jeans tossuspenders.1
Our wide selection of fashions
includes some of the -finest names inthe
business-Johnny arson, Nino Cerutti
and Haspel; Lee, Farah, and Haggar;
Enro, Spire, Manchester and Kennington;
sportswear by Robert Bruce; neckwear by
Beau Brummel and Yves St. Laurent; and
shoes by Bostonian.
Combine the quality of our
merchandise with the prompt, courteous.
and concerned attention of our sales staff,
and the professional tailoring of our
store-in Master Tailor, and we think you'll
find a winning combination.
And, for your convenience, we accept
Bank Amerlcard, Master Charge, American
Expressand CCumart; and we'll validate
your parking ticket from the Maynard
Street Carport.
For allyour lthi ngeedsthere's
rally amy itne place t5consider .-.-

: _T
t1,=
r..
,, 4 ': u
f,
.Kt
..
ice... -=
n.
_.a{

_. l. .,\
i{
:rt.;.:i'.
..; 7 Y 7p :
:," is i
r~ ii
i :::? ?'.yi
:r;.r.+=.t:: fi"
; :
i??4 f ;y'
' ^i"''ii'..
:.' fir
.'k "
?tt(
:!:'iij
:'::
ii._:
.' ;::
: '
+ :"
.i.'.:t
, .vi: i ;.:. ia
r} :?? ': :: ?.'?:: .
t::,.:::i: :::: !..
1 . :. ':'f'
L" _/ .

Dail Photo by KEN FINK
OHIO .STATE'S POWERFUL fullback-or should it be "bull-
back" - Pete Johnson, moves inexorably downfield in last
year's Michigan-OSU-game. Johnson is back again this year.
Quality Food and Drink
Courteous Service
atthe
"UNION STATION"
Home of the Michigan Football
Training Table.
. New exciting variety of foods.
" New better than ever treats.
e New stepped-up quality control.
* New faster, friendlier service.
Just Look at all there is to
eat and enjoylat UNION STATION
Tacos Shrimp in a
-'Chicken in-the- - basket
basket >English fish
The best TUNA and chips
in town Melt in your mouth
-'Fresh hot bagels Ham and Cheese
Still the best DONUTS in town
Out of this world CONEY'S
AND ALL OF YOUR OLD FAVORITES
GROUND ROUNDS SALADS
YOGURTS- -SOUPS
COMPLETE BREAKFASTS
UNION STAT1ON
Lower level in the Michign Union
Open 7 o.m. to 3 p.m.

a
y' tRYTIIIN 'lstI A MAN >

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan