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Saturday, October 9, 197t

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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State coach fights rookie jinx

By RICH LERNER It takes a coach, a year to I
Darryl Rogers is fighting his- learn the intensity of the rival-t
tory. Never before in the 78- ry.
year history of the Michigan- Schembechler learned his les-
Michigan State series have the son after his only loss to the
Spartans beaten Michigan with Spartans, 23-12 in 1969.7
a rookie coach at the helm. "I'm always concerned about;
Even Biggie Munn and Duffy this game because its such a
Daugherty could not overcome big one," said Schembechler.x
the jinx. In fact, three of the Bo overlooks the fact that
last four times the Spartans MSU has only won one game
have had new coaches, the Wol- this year and has the worst
verines went on to post unde- rushing defense in the Big Ten.
feated seasons. A certain his- "That doesn't mean a damn
tory buff in Columbus might thing. I don't know about them,
cwant to take note of that. tig o' nwaotte,
FIRSTYA Mic ha coach- but for us this game means
FIRST-YEAR Michigan coach- a lot."',
es have met with only a little a l
better success. Benny Ooster- "IT'S ONE OF OUR two great
baan won in his first year, but rivalries and it's our first big1
Bo Schembechler, Bump Elliot game of the year," Schembech-t
and Fritz Crisler all lost in their ler said., "Their two losses are
initial attempts in the intra- to outstanding teams, (Ohio
state rivalry. State and Notre Dame), if they
Clubbers rout Toledo
to stay undefeated
By GREG ZOTT .
Michigan's Field Hockey team poured in a record-setting 10
goals yesterday, trouncing Toledo 10-0 at Ferry Field in their
home opener.l
The victory kept Michigan undefeated and unscored upon1
this season, setting the stage for Tuesday's showdown against
Central Michigan in Mt. Pleasant. Last year CMU went to the:
Nationals tournament and Wolverine coach Phyllis Ocker regards
them as the best team in the state.?
"CENTRAL will be our biggest game yet," said Blue defense-I
women Pat Cohen, who with her teammates so dominated Toledo
that the Rockets never got a shot on goal.1
"Our defense hasn't really been tested yet," said Ocker, in1
what seemed like a classic understatement after yesterday's
contest.
"But I'm just like Bo (Schembechler), I worry about the
defense. Central will be a severe test for us. We'll scrimmager
Monday and work on a few things, and then we'll give our best
Tuesday."e
Assistant coach Mary Jane Elam seemed very pleased with<
the game, especially the second half.z
"We were a lot less sloppy in the second half and that's im-
portant with Central coming up next week."z

played our schedule they mightt
be unbeaten."r
Today's game promises to be
a battle of Michigan's infantry1
against the Spartans air force.t
The Michigan rushing attackf
averaging over 390 yards peri
game ranks as the nation's.
most prolific. Against a Spar-1
tan defense that has been rid-t
dled by injuries and ineligibili-
ty the Wolverines will probablyf
stick to the ground.1
Rogers has installed a pro-{
set offense this fall and the
Spartans have come out throw-I
ing. Four Spartans rank among
the top 15 receivers in the Big'
Ten and Eddie Smith quarter-f
backs the league's leading aeri-
al attack.s
TEAMS THT HAVE moved i

the ball against Michigan in the underdog,. Rogers does not count
air in the past have done it with the Spartans out, "We've got to
a short passing attack, with a stop what they do best, be at an
lot of sideline routes. However emotional peak, not make any
the Spartans have an affection mistakes in any shape or form
for the long bomb. The Wolver- and hope they make a lot of
ine deep secondary of Jim Pick- them," Rogers said.
ens, Derek Howard and Jim "They're doing all the things
Bolden may face it's sternest that you'd want a football team
test of the season. to do, but I think somebody can
The Wolverine offensive back- beat Michigan. There's always
field returns to full strength. a possibility of somebody beat-
Russell Davis will be suited up ing them," he said.
and is expected to see action, No matter the outcome, Rog-
and tailback Harlan Huckleby's ers can expect a better fate
shoulder injury is fully healed. than former Spartan Coach
Despite what is expected to George Denman received in his
be a lop-sided game, 104,000 1first game against Michigan in
fans will squeeze into Michigan 1902. Fielding Yost's point-a-
Stadium, the series' 29th minute team nearly scored two
straight sellout. points a minute, beating the
ALTHOUGH a four-touchdown Aggies 119-0.

Michigan's outstanding all-purpose back Jim Smith is stopped cold by Spartan defenders after
catching a Rick Leach pass in Michigan's 16-5 victory over MSU last year in East Lansing.
Today's match-up in which the Wolverines are heavily favored, is the 29th consecutive sellout
in this rivalry.
Bi en teams square off;
undefeated records at stake

WISCONSIN TAKES FIRST
Harriers stunned
By ERNIE DUNBAR attitude towards cross country. hurst, "but I didn't know
Special To The Daily- "If I make people run my they'd be that tough. They ran
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - It had1 race, I'm all set," said Meyer. really well.
to happen some time! "If I run as hard as I can, Even though Warhurst felt his
After winning every major l they (the competition) can't entire team (except for Meyer)
meet except the district and stay with me. "-ran below par, he felt the team
NCAA championships in the Yesterdays loss to Wisconsin benefitted from the race.
last year and a half, Michigan's could shed some new light on "They know that they can
cross country team finally lost the Big Ten cross country be beat," said Warhurst. "In a
a meet. championships. wa it's good. Now they know
The University of Wisconsin Michigan was favored to win thy'i have to do some work if
ended Michigan's. string of per- the Big Ten with little difficul- wtey w a to winsthe BigrTen'
detin tincluding a two year ty. But after the Badgers plac-wewant to win the Big Ten's
domination of yesterday's Notre ed their top four runners in aan
Dame Invitational; taking team front of' the Wolverines third "I don't think we ran up to
honors with 63 points. Edin- man, Wolverine coach Ron our capabilities," said 'War-
boro College took second with Warhurst was a bit surprised. hurst. "Wisconsin is not going
a total of 78 points. . "I knew Wisconsin was go- to beat us by 40 points next
The Wolverine harriers took ing to be tough," said War- time, I guarantee it."
a disappointing third (104
points) in the twenty-first an-
nual Invitational. There IS a difference!!
Michigan's Greg Meyer coast--
ed to an easy individual title,
setting a new course record - MCAT - LSAT - DAT
with a time of 23.22. Other fin- " GMAT " CPAT " VAT " GRE " OCAT " SAT
ishers for the Wolverine har- . NATIONAL MED. & DENT. BOARDS
riers were Steve Elliot (20th), *
Jon Cross (24th), and Bruce .E

By DON MacLACHLAN
After three weeks of non-con-
ference battles, the Big Ten re-
sumes intraleague play today,
continuing the annual run for
the conference title and a bid
to the Rose Bowl.
Illinois travels to Minnesota
in a battle of two teams with
perfect conference records. It's
homecoming for the Gophers
and they are slim one-point
favorites.
"This is a crucial part of our
season," said Illinois coach Bob
Blackman. "We're going to have
to play inspired ball."
Minnesota coach Cal Stollj
is expecting a struggle from
the Illini, who lead the Big
Ten in pass defense, yielding
an average of only 70 yards
per game. Last week the Il-
lini defense. held powerful
Texas A&M to only 26 yards
via the air.
However, the Illini defense
will be put to a challenging
test by Gopher quarterback'
Tony Dungy. Last year, Dun-4
gy' threw for 214 yards and 3
touchdowns in a 42-23 loss at
Champaign. For the first time
this year Dungy will have the
services of wide receiver Mike
Jones, whom he connected with

25 times for 389 yards last fall.
"Everyone thought they would;
be, such a great passing team;
this year, but they've been very
good running too," said Black-
man.I
The Gopher running attack is
led by sophomore Kent Kitz-
mann who has churned 'for 422
yards in four games, Dungy is
a threat on the ground also,,
running for an average of 5.1
yards per carry.
The Illinois offense, ranked
ninth in the Big Ten, is led;
by quarterback Kurt Steger,
and tailback James Coleman.
Steger has passed for 472
yards and 5 touchdowns thus
far. Coleman has run for 404
yards and scored 38 points.
In a-ther key game Wiscon-
sin b- Purdue, another team:
with 'blemished conference:
slate. -iis game could be a
high scoring donnybrook at;
Camp Randall. Wisconsin is'
ranked second in Big Ten total
offense with Purdue third. De-
fensively, Purdue ranks seventh
and Wisconsin is eighth.-
The potent Purdue attack is
paced by explosive tailback
Scott Dierking. He leads the
Biz Ten in all purpose running
(151 yds./game), and has rush-

ad for 551 yards and 6 touch-
downs.
Boilermaker signal - caller
Mark Vitali has totaled 538
yards in the air, but has been
intercepted S times. Rugged
fullback John Shibinski has
ground out 359 yards and three
touchdowns.
The key to the Badger offense
is quarterback Mike Carroll.
The senior, Big Ten leader in
total offense (200 yds. perj
game), has completed 51% of
his aerials. for 724 yds. and 8

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THOUGH it took Michigan nearly five minutes to score their
t goal, it seemed only a matter of time before they would

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touchdowns. put the game out of reach. After missing a few good chances
At Iowa City, the Ohio State in the early going, the Wolverines exploded for three goals in
Buckeyes will try to snap a a one minute span that took the wind out of Toledo and for all
two-game non-winning streak intents and purposes the game was over.
at the expense of the Hawk- Dawn Kohut and Stephanie Buttrey 'shared scoring honors
eyes. Coach Woody Hayes -with three goals each, giving Kohut nine goals for three games.
feels that Iowa is stronger Frosh Mary Callam added two goals, and Cindy Lawson and
than they indicated in their Kathi Dennis finished the scoring.
55-0 loss to USC. However, Toledo suffered from inexperience and a lack of cohesive-
after three rgged non-confer- ness on the part of many players. According to Rocket coach
thinks his Buckeyes are ready Kirpal Singh, an Indian native obtaining his doctorate in Physical
to turn the corner. Education at Toledo, some of Toledo's women "did not know
"I feel we are starting to which side f 'e stick to use.
realize our potential now and "We have only practiced a few days, so I'm not expecting
will go on from here to have too much," said Singh.
a fine season," said Hayes. Singh thought Michigan's team was "very quick and very
The Buckeyes "fine season" aggressive." He added that "It will be a very good game be-
should start today, as Ohio tween Michigan and Central."
State is installed 'as a three- MICHIGAN'S speed was indeed the biggest factor in the con-
touchdown favorite to thrash test. The women had numerous breakaways for goals and con-
the Hawkeyes. :stantly thwarted Toledo by getting down the field before the
Northwestern and Indiana, the Rockets could be set up. "We just really played well together to-
doormats of the Big Ten, bat- day" said Senior Stephanie Buttrey.
tle for pride today in Blooming- The stirring performance made for a lonely day for Michi-
ton. Last yer, the Wildcats gan goalie Lauri Pieri, who spent most of the afternoon staring
haven'twon3agameryince.In-out at her teammates from the other side of the field.
Diana is favored by a touch- . After the game Lauri was asked what it was like to play
down to hand the Wildcats their in a game without any shots on goal. "Don't worry," she said,
-1,aenth consecutive loss. ' "I'll have plenty to worry about on Tuesday."
On-off spikers downed

McFee (25th).
Meyer took command of the'
five mile race after the half
mile mark and from that point
on he was all alone.
"This is a big confidence
builder for me," said Meyer.
"I wanted to go out with the
leaders and try to put some dis-
tance between the second and
third men."
After his fourth consecutive
week of outstanding races,
Meyer has developed a positive

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IIVONIA - The University of Michigan
"olleyball team suffered from inconsistent
serving - highlighted by six bad serves in
one game - in losing to 'Schoolcraft College
last night, 7-15, 15-6, 11-15.
Coach Sandy Vong's netters - now 1-3 -
got off to a bad start in the first game.
Schoolcraft - which took third place in the
National Junior College Championships last year
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game, however, looking like a totally dif-
ferent team. They played well in every
category, particularly spiking and serving,
beating Schoolcraft by nine points.
In the rubber game, the Wolverines ap-
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ahead 11-8. Then serves began going just about
everywhere but over the net, enabling School-
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