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Saturday, September 25, 1976


Page Seven

Saturday, September 25, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

-M A

If you're reading this storyo
to find out what to expect frome
today's Michigan - Navy game,c
forget it.
No one can say what you andl
your 95,000-odd comrades wills
be treated to in the friendly
confines of Michigan Stadium p
tomorrow at 1:30 p.m.n
Will you see the hard-hit-
ting Wolverine contingent thatr
smothered Stanford or the ex-
plosive but inconsistent young
squad that wavered against
Will you see the type of Mich-
igan team that ran rampant


over the Middies, 52-0, in
or the brand of Blue w
eked out a rain-soaked, 14-0
cision in 1973?
And, perhaps most import
ly, will you see the type
solid Navy squad that poun
powerful Pittsburgh, 17-0,
season or the sort of team
might expect after losingi
starters from the nation's th
ranked defensive unit?
No one can tell you any
that. But - just so you wo
go away empty-handed-in1
spirit of the ancient the
gians who attempted to f

meet Mich
1974 God by defining what He was fledged air assault regardless
hich not, here is what you will of the score and Navy lacks
de- NOT see this afternoon. the passing precision of a Wis-
First, you will not see the consin or a Stanford.
tant- complete version of what Navy Actually, you shouldn't ex-
coach George Welsh cited as, pect any new wrinkles in what
e of "the best all-around backfield remains basically a conserva-
nded , I have ever seen in college foot- tive, ground-oriented Navy at-
last ball." tack. Unlike the seafaring
one Sophomore fullback Russell stereotype, the Middies feel
nine Davis, he of the surrealistic more comfortable on dry land
hird- ! 13-yard-per-carry average, will and intend to keep it that
sit out the contest with a pulled way.
of leg muscle. Fullback brother "We're going to play our reg-
on't ' Michael and reserve tailback ular game," Welsh said. "We're'
the , Roosevelt Smith join Davis on going to do the things we do
olo- i the sidelines with similar in- best."
ind ' juries. According to Schembechler,
Swingman Rob Lytle, tail- the Wolverines may not be ablej
backs Harlan Huckleby and to do one of the things they
Lawrence Reid and fullback do best - rolling up lopsided!
Kevin King remain to handle scores. The perenially cautious
Blue ball-carrying chores. Schembechler scoffs at talk of
Don't look for guards Kirk another rout or a big play-based
Lewis and Greg Bartnick to performance.
consistently open up holes for "I don't think we'll get the
the runners, or for Chip Peder- big plays on Navy that we
son (shoulder bruise) to aid got against Stanford," Schem-
them or catch passes. bechler warned. "They don'ta
"Lewis and Bartnick are make those mistakes."
205) available but not as far along Regardless of their errors,:
as we would like," Michigan don't look for the Middies to stop'
0) coach Bo Schembechler said. hustling and hitting. The well-
"Whether or not we use them --
185) depends on the game situation."
?Deesvlyuwon't see N OU N E 4E
) safety Dwight Hicks, now re- Y. YGSTER
215) covering from successfil fin-
) ger surgery. Your glimpses
of sophomore defensive end
Tor Seabron, still swffering
with a nagging leg, will also
be limited by his ailment's
fl th Midd d zrP nv~


coached, aggressive Annapolis-
ians, backed by deep - rooted
Navy pride and tradition, have
consistently earned Schembech-
ler's respect.
And, no matter what the
score, don't expect to see those
Wolverine benchwarmers too
soon. Unmindful of critics who
accuse him of rolling up scores
for poll prestige, Schembechler
intends to go with his starters
for a good three quarters in
any case to keep them well-
Finally, you won't be see-
ing Tim Davis prowling the
playing field, although you
might think you do. That will
be Navy middle guard Jeff
Sapp, who admittedly primed
for his position by watching
films of Michigan's now-de-
parted Davis.
"He's Timmy Davis reincar-
nated," Schembechler said.
"He's Davis, I'd swear - the
same size, the same build. And
this guy can fly."
Of course, none of you should
expect to see that, either - de-
pending on your refreshments,
of course.



( 7)

G. Johnson (220) T E
Bill Dufek (250) RT
M. Donahue (245) R G
W. Downing (250) C
Gerry Szara (240) LG
Mike Kenn (245) L f2
C. Stephenson (175) S7,
Rick Leach (190) Q 'I
Jim Smith (200) W',
Rob Lytle (195) F'3
II. lluckleby (195) T B


K. Sullivan (210)
C. Hithon (255)
K. Ryan (235)
R. Fritsch (210)
J. Chamberlain (
Mark Poston (26'
Steve Scott (170)
John Kurowski (1
Joe Gattuso (180

Ex-Michigan Quarterback Mark Elzinga pitches out in the 1974 Navy game as he is is being
hotly pursued by Navy middle guard Jeff Sapp (61). Sapp was just a freshman that year as the
Navy went down 52-0, but Sapp has become on- of the premiere middle guards in the country
this year, and will be a key to stopping the Wolverine running attack.


(33) Larry Klawinski (2
(24) Leon Miller (170



netters smash

(99) D. Tedeseo (210)
(77) G. Morton (225)
(62) Bob Lang (230)
(71) J. Hennessy (2:35)
(96) J. Anderson (210)
(9f) C. O'Neal (230)
(46) Jerry Meter (205)
( 8) Jerry Zaiver (195)
(22) Jim Bolden (175)
(10) D. Howard (190)
(18) Jim Pickens (190)

Dn (67) K. Graham ( '40)
D T (76) J. Merril (235)
M G (61) Jeff Sapp (195)
p T (69) J. Lippard (250)
p' (64) Nick Mygas (215)
, 9 (44) Otto Bulich (220)
' (68) R. DeStafney (21.
Wolf (30) G. Flanagan (174
111 (25) Grey Byrd (190)
H'g (28) John Sturges (19
S (20) Mike Galpin (180


V: ne e lae sine rover
~arry Si~ninson has called it a
} yareer after his recent bout with
pain and gives way to Glenn
5) Flanagan.
0) But these secondary worries
should remain - well, second-
15) ary at best. You won't see the
) ky fMled with spirals, as Schem-
bechler doesn't plan on a full-



By HENRY ENGELHARDT destroyed Betsy Lawson, 6-0,6-1. 1 convincingly 6-2, 6-1 over Linda Jan Karzen and sophomore
women's:tennis This -past cummer Rentschler 'Swift. Melinda Fertig (also a starting
Michigan's women's tennis made it to the 18 and under Jun- This is Pollick's third year on guard on the women's basketball
team in Coach John Atwood's ior Nationals, and as her coach the team and she can see the team) disposed of Colovas and
debut demolished the team from ' says, "You've got to be good to changes. "Due to a new wo- Linda Swift 6-2, 60.
Henry Ford Community College get there." men's athletic director (Virginia , o d
(HFCC), by winning all nine Michigan's Ann Kercher whip- Hunt), an increased budget (in- Atsthat theonly dis ppo vitmen
In the six singles and three NIGHT EDITOR: ped HFCC's Laurie Swift 6-love, cluding scholarships), and a new ed by the all-freshperson junior
doubles matches this promising 6-love. Also a freshperson Ker- coach, the entire program is college squad was not tough
Woler es did oseJOHN NIEMEYER cher shows great promise. much stronger and I'm sure our enough for this potentially ex-
Wolverine squad did not lose a temowtenetiatlhlyoveetx
singest."W're aa *heckuva lot JAN KARZEN, Kathy's older season. w cellent Blue squad.
better than last year," said an , sister, the only senior on the! FE I IS itr
enthused Atwood, "I expect that "I have a hard time when IaTsATovictor
' team, had to work hard for a THE DEFLATED Hawks gave as a college coach Atwood was
we'll be one of the prominent play players that 'push (just 6-3, 6-3 triumph over hustling Michigan no trouble in the dou- satisfied. "Anytime we win 9-0
ttennisteamsinthe nation the hitg theball backathngd iforth t)not Cindy Colovas. "She (Karzen) bles competition. Selden and I'll be pleased," he says, "I just
nex fewpyears.,tryng.toldobanythngawithIit).t
had trouble getting any kind of 'played the match well," said At- Kathy Karzen teamed up for a want to make sure we win every
ATWOOD IS optimistic be- rhythm established," Selden ex- wood, "her strokes were shaky, 6-2, 6-0 decision over O'Kane and match just as decisively."
plained. but her mind was good." O'Neil, while Rentschler and Monday the team travels to
In the sixth singles junior Kercher easily disposed of Law- Ypsilanti to take on Eastern
H .Tanner gone KATHY KARZEN played sec- Missy Pollick "started slow" but son and Sharon Hammerschmidt Michigan, who, says Atwood,
The "M" Club banner that and singles, and defeated Peg- came on strong enough to win 6-0, 6-2. "should be a little bit tougher."
is traditionally stretched gy O'Neil 6-0, 6-4. Atwood ex-I
across the football field prior pects great things of this na-
to each "Pme has been tionally ranked freshperson, al-
stolen. Since banners are too ready challenging Selden for the
RageCr ai iag ~isa raycalegnuede o h

Big Ten teams face atough
proving or even matching, last
week's 7-3 record against non-
conference foes. Four Big Ten
teams, Iowa, Purdue, Northwes-
tern, and Indiana, are listed in
the underdog column.
Penn State, ranked 11th, hosts
Iowa. The Hawkeyes crushed Sy-:
racuse, 41-3, last week, while'
Ohio State edged the Nittany{
Lions, 12-7. The main objective.
for the Iowa defense is to contain
quarterback John Andress, who
hit 16 of 29 for 172 yards.
Iowa tailback Ernie Sheeler
led a 413 yard offensive attack,
last week, with 139 yards rush-
ing. Last year, Penn State had
no problems in Iowa City, as it
easily won, 30-10.
At least one USC Trojin,
Ricky Bell, will have an added
incentive in West Lafayette to-
dlay. Bell, USC's amazing tail-
back, has totalled 365 vards in,
two games this year. His 1975
average' was 171 yards, as he,
was held under 100 yards in only
one game, 89 yards against Pur-
Purdue's defense, says Bell,
"was the biggest, quickest and
best I played against all last
year. I really earned those 89
yards - it- seemed like I had to

i faces stiff test,

fight off a couple of guys for Jeff Logan (272 yards in two
every " >"games, 8.5 average), Pete John-_
US is upset by Missouri son '(159 yards in two games),
two v ks ago, 46-25, but eas- and Gerald (156 yards in two
ily won last week over Oregon, games), the Bucks haven't
53-0. The Trojans stunned the needed passing.
Boilermakers with two fourth Illinois, ranked 14th, hosts
quarter touchdowns in last Baylor in a regionally tele-
year's 19-6 win. vised game. Both teams had
Northwestern's Randy Dean exciting victories last week,
will' be back calling the signals with the Illini surprise of the
against Notre Dame, after miss- then sixth ranked Missouri,
ing last week's loss to North and Baylor edging Auburn,
Carolina due to pneumonia. The 15-14.
Irish are coming off a 23-0 Illini defense allowed only two
blanking of Purdue. field goals to a Missouri team
that ground up 450 yards andc
The Irish have a commanding 46 points against USC. However,'
ten game winning streak over linebacker John Sullivan is lost
Northwestern. The lasthtime the for the season with a knee in- I
Wildcats beat the Irish was injury, so that snot will be filleds
1962. by sonhomore Dominick Foree.
Second - ranked Ohio State A battle of the undefeated,
welcomes Missouri to Colum- takes place in Minneanolis be-f
bus, especially after seeing tween Western Michigan and'
Illinois upset Mizzou, 31-6, last Minnesota. The Broncos goalc
week. The Buckeyes are goning! will be storming an awesomef
for their 26th consecutive Minnesota offense, which roled
home victory, for 437 yards against Washing-
The Tigers are not expected ton State last week.
to use quarterback Steve Pisar-1 Thet1975 meeting between the
kiewizz, who injured his shoul- two teams saw Minnesota de-
der last week. Junior Pete moulish Western Michigano38-0.
Woods will try to attack the O"arterback Ed Smith is
questionable Buckeve secondary exnected to get his first start
which gave up 178 yards last for Michin State aairst
week. North Carolina State. Smith
Ohio State's Rod Gerald com- hit on two touchdown nasses
Mleted only one pass last week. against Wyoming after he re-
But with a running attack of placed Marshall Lawson.
The Wolfoack is 0-3, but their
* ver offense could give the in-
tit soccer adeonate Soartan defense some
"roblems. The MSU defense al-
-rvl;Pd a weak Wyoming team
alam azoo 3Wisconsin will take its pow-
erful offense, led by quarter-
ing opportunity occured when bark Mike Carroll, against
Ralph Schnager fired a shot off in"1 e Washington State. The
the goal post from eighteen Badgers have an 883 yard total'
yards out that deflected out of in two games.
bounds. Indiana travels to Washington
Right fullback Mike Moritz ,o king for its first win. The
center fullback Bob Zack, left Hoosiers are 10 noint underdogs,
fullback Ian Cath, and Goalie as they come off a 45-13 trounc-
Jeff Boubin all played excellent ing by Nebraska.
defensive games keeping the I
score close. 1)- ..7-. 4, .,10

large for wail liangings anda
too thin for carpeting they
would like it returned, no
questions asked. Contact the
"M" Club.
cause of his top four singles
players three are freshmen and
the fourth is only a sophomore.
That sophomore is number one
singles player Barbara Selden.
Selden, nationally ranked, de-
feated HFCC's Cathy O'Kane
62, 7-5. "I had a strong lack of
concentration," said Selden, re-
ferring to the closeness of the
second set.

number one spot.
A Philadelphia area recruit,
freshperson Deborah Rentschler
Philadelphia 9-2, Montreal 3-3
San Diego 6, Atlanta 4
New York 4, Chicago 3
St. Louis I0-1, Pittsburgh 6-11


TheTeachigs of Jose Cuervo:

Cleveland 2, Milwaukee 0
Baltimore 3, Boston 0
DETROIT 3-0, New York 0-8

ere i


opener at I
Special To The Daily
KALAMAZOO - The Michi-
gan soccer team opened the sea-
son with a 2-0 defeat by the
Kalamazoo fighting hornets in
Kalamazoo yesterday.
THE HORNETS used a pres-
suring offense and a midfield
tackling defense to win. Paul
Lentz .tallied the first Kalama-
zoo goal in the thirty third min-
ute of the first half.
Darrel Rogers scored the sec-
ond hornet goal twelve minutes
into the second half. Peter Rou-'
kema assisted on both goals.
Chris Pyne led the defense that
allowed only three Wolverine
shots on goal.

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Kalamazoo Coach Dr. Har
Fuchs commented on Michigan'
play, "I was impressed wi
their discipline and they hun
together well even after the
fell behind two zero.
"I also thought they display
excellent sportsmanship," h


Today the Michigan Rugby
Football team opens their
season playing Kalamazoo
College at Wines Field. Kick-
off time will be 10 a.m. for
the "B" game with the "A"
game following immediately

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