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Friday, September 24, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday, September 24, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

NAVY'S DEFENSE ANCHORS TEAM:

Rebuilt
By JOHN NIEMEYER Detroit
Tomorrow, the midshipmen teamd
of the U. S. Naval Academy will hurdle
venture into Michigan Stadium that "v
with high hopes of sinking the football
Wolverines' aspirations for a legard
national football championshipa Welsh i
In their last five outings at of 29 let
AnnArbor, Navy has been less starters
than successful in dealing with wart def
Michigan, losing all five con- top six a
tests, the last one in 1974, 52-0. ____
Last season was a turn- Iucl
around year for Navy, how-
ever, and it is hoping for great NEW
things in 1976. The Middies announ
'75 campaign was their first UCLA-
winning season since1967, as footbal
they rolled to a 7-4 record in-! Oct. 2
cluding an upset over highly tionally
touted Pittsburgh. l'nmbus
Defense was its strong point p -u.
as it allowed only 201.1 yards' minute!
per game average, ranking them --
third defensively in the nation. Welsh
Rushing also contributed great- nucleus
ly to Navy's success as it gained from las
more yards than ever before in of those
one season. son's fir
Navy rooters believe that a 13-3 loss
key reason for their team's win over
rekindled success is the deter- Leadi
mination and winning attitude last ye
of new coach George Welsh. back, j'
Welsh, who came to Annanolis who ha
in 1974 following the denar- complet
ture of Rick Forzano to the 127 yar

Navy

arbors

Lions, believes his Kurowski is an improved,
has overcome a big passer over last year according
by proving last year to his coaches, and likes to look
'we can play winning for veteran receivers Joe Gat-
at Navy." tuso and Kevin Sullivan. Gat-,
dless of whether that tuso starts in the wingback role'
carries over or not, and is the team's leading re-
nust deal with the loss ceiver with four catches for 38
tterman, including nine yards.
from last year's stal- Sullivan, senior co-captain, is
ense, and two of Navy's not a huge tight end at 6-4, 204,
all-time leading rushers- but his coaches praise his block-
- ing talent as well as his ability,
s on tube to run with the ball after catch-
YORK - ABC-TV ing it. He led all receivers last
iced yesterday that the year with 19 catches and 336
Ohio State college yards for an average of better
i game of Saturday, than 17 yards per catch.
will be televised na. Unfortunately for the Mid-
y. The kickoff in Co- dies, the backfield cannot
s. Ohio, will be 1:50 boast the experience of the re-
EDT with air time 20 ceiving corps. Not only are
s earlier. last year'srstars, Bob Jackson
and Gerry Goldwin, not re-
is relying heavily on a turning, but their understudies
of 13 starters returning have gone as well, leaving the
st year's team. Eleven Navy running game with vir-
13 started in the sea- tually no previous game ex-
rst two games, a close perience at all.
to Rutgers, and a 21-3 The man who has stepped into
r Connecticut. the gap is Larry Klawinski, a
ng the returnees is Plebe (freshman) fullback from
ar's starting quarter- Bay City, Michigan. Klawinski
junior John Kurowski, is currently the team's leading
s rushed 46 yards, and 'rusher with 150 yards and a
ted 11 of 28 passes for 5.2 yards-per-carry average.
ds this season. Junior Leon Miller, 5-7, 171,

joins Klawinski in the backfield
at tailback.
The offensive line is anchored
by junior Ray Fritsch at center.
Here again the Midshipmen
must overcome inexperience, as'
Fritsch is the only letterman on
the line.
The defensive line was hit
harder than the offense by
graduation, but Welsh has
managed to beef it up with
some experience with several
position shifts.
Middle guard Jeff Sapp, 5-11,j
195, is the lone starter from
last year, and possibly the best
football player on the team.
Welsh doesn't believe there is a
better defensive middle guard in
the country than Sapp, the Mid-
dies other co-captain. Sapp al-
ready has seven tackles for
losses this season.
Another stalwart is Kelvin

highhopes
Graham at left end, who was One area in which the Mid-
moved from a reserve role at shipmen feel they are relatively
tackle last season. Graham was strong is the secondary where
given the Vice Admiral William they have two regulars from
P. Mack award for showing the last year, John Sturges and con-
most improvement during spring verted split-end Mike Galpin.
practice. Sturges is a junior who has
Rounding out the front five are started in every contest since
Pete Caulk, who backed up Sapp the second game of his fresh-
last season, senior Jeff Hoobler, i man year. He possesses excel-
also a letterman, and John Sny- lent quickness and an eye for
der, a sophomore who had a the ball according to his coaches.
strong showing in the spring. Galpin also has good speed
The linebacking spots are and along with other starters
held down by two juniors, Larry Simpson and Greg Byrd,
Otto Bulich and Bob DeStaf- Navy will have adequate pro-
ney. DeStafney was moved tection against aerial attack.
from defensive end this season
and is second only to Sapp in
number of tackles. SpecialR e
Bulich is somewhat of a sur-
prise starter. He played two
seasons on the Plebe/JV team
but blossomed in the spring to
win a starting role.

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By The Associated Press
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich - A
federal judgehsaid yesterday
he has asked the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association to
reconsider suspensions imposed
upon two Michigan State Uni-
versity football starters.
U. S. District Court Judge
Noel Fox said he sought the re-
hearing Wednesday for defen-
sive back Joe Hunt and tight
end Michael Cobb.
The judge's unusual pro-
posal was made in a confer-
ence call involving 'lawyers
for the NCAA, Michigan State,
Cobb and Hunt.
"I'm exceeding my jurisdic-
tion but I thought it was worth-
while," Fox said of his efforts.
"There's nothing in the law to
prevent my expressing my
opinions."
Fox said the action was trig-
gered by a letter he received
from Hunt's mother. Nola Hunt
of Toledo, Ohio, wrote the
judge saying her son, 'Joe,
wants the opportunity to play
professional football to relieve
her of the burden of supporting
six sons.
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Hunt is under indefinite sus-
pension in his senior year at
Michigan State and contends
'missing the season would harm
his chances of playing profes-
sionally. Carr's suspension is
for five games.
The judge said he used her
letter "as a method of setting
up a conference call with all
the attorneys and suggested
they arrange for the subcom-
mittee of the NCAA Council to
be reconvened and have the
students present to review the
case."
T- weeks ago, Fox refused
to r an injunction the two
play: and five of their team-
mates sought so they could
play until their case received a
full hearing. The other five
were suspended only for the
opening game against Ohio
State.
Hunt and Cobb were sus-
pended for using a Spartan
fan's credit card to buy cloth-
ing. Four of the others were
suepended for having credit
with a travel agency and the
fifth for riding part way home
with an assistant coach one
holiday weekend.
Fox said the lawyers .he
talked with Wednesday are "in
the process, I understand, of
trying to set up a rehearing."
But Grant Gruel of Grand
Rapids, Mich., lawyer for the
NCAA in the case before Fox,
declined comment yesterday
when asked if the association

will give Hunt and Cobb anoth-
er hearing.
Ambusched
NEW YORK - Commis-
sioner Bowie Kuhn is investigat-
ing a charge of tamper-
ing lodged by American League
President Lee McPhail
against August Busch, chair-
man of the board, president
and chief executive officer of
the St. Louis Cardinals.
Specifically, McPhail has
protested Busch's reported
plans to attempt to sign two
Oakland players, relief pitch-
er Rollie Fingers and outfield-
er Joe Rudi, at the conclu-
sion of this season.
Both players are unsigned
and will become free agents at
the conclusion of the current
season. Their contracc rights
will be assigned through a re-,
entry draft to be held by the
major league clubs in Novem-
ber.
SCORES
National League
Pittsburgh 5, Chicago 4, 10 inn.
Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 3
B1 American League
'Baltimore 2, New York 1
California 3, Texas 0
Boston 10, Milwaukee 3
Minnesota 3, Chicago 0
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By BILLY NEFF
The Michigan Soccer Club dis-
plays its 1976 team today in a
match at Kalamazoo College
with hopes of a better season
from a stronger squad.
Though the team lost only
one senior starter to gradua-
tion and added several talented
linkmen, the booters are ham-
pered by the lack of a coach
and an adequate practice field
this year.
"WE WILL be better than
last year and definitely strong-
er in the forward line," captain
Bob Zack reports. The defense
and midfield lines remain in-
tact from last year's fledgling
lineup.
The stronger front line is due
to the addition of strikers Ihor
Fedorowycz, Dave Sutton and
freshman Ralph Schwager. The
midfield contingent, which per-
forms a quarterback function
on offense, will be paced by
Chip Fowler (all-Midwest in
high school), Brian White, and
Onofrio Mistretta.
Zack (all-Ohio in high school)
leads the fullback corps and
will most likely be joined by
Mike Moritz and Ian Cath. At
goalie will be Jeff Boudin back-
ed up by Richard Matthews.
DESPITE SOCCER'S growing
popularity elsewhere, it re-
mains a club sport here at
Michigan. Last year the team
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