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Tuesday, October 19, 1976

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ELEVEN LETTERMEN BACK:

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By DON MacLACHLAN
It was .much the same
scene at Crisler Arena yest
day as Coach Johnny Orr r
his 1967-77 Wolverines throu
their initial practice for thei
coming season.,
During scrimmages, sen
guard Rickey Green wasc
running defenders on his w
to a.layup. John Robinson a
Phil Hubbard were banking
15 footers. Dave Baxter v
swishing perimeter shots w
consistency. Alan Hardy u
flying through the air for
bounds, and of course Ste
Grote was playing his us
hustling, -tenacious defense.
Eleven of the thirteen We
verines who journeyed all tl
way to Philadelphia at

er practice
notched second place in the "Practice was rough," said
old NCAA tournament last year an exhausted Rickey Green.
er- were on hand yesterday. "The first day is always hard,
ran Only Wayman Britt, last and you find out that you're not
igh year's captain and inspirational in as good of shape as you
up- leader, and reserve guard Lloyd think."
Schinnerer have graduated from "We didn't stop running,"
ior last year's Big Ten and nation- added senior co-captain Steve
out al runner-up. Grote.
vay There were four new faces on Four of five starters from
and hand yesterday for the open- last year's squad return this
in ing session. Junior forward Bill winter. Senior guards Green
vas Lelich, sophomore guards Ed- and Grote return, in. addition
'ith gar Burch and Dave Stavale, to sophomore center Phil Hub-
vas all walk-ons, and freshman bard and senior forward John
re- guard Mark Lozier took part in Robinson, the team's other co-
ve the gruelling practice. captain.
ual "We ran them pretty hard," The loss of Britt has left
said Orr. "We've set some one forward spot open and
of tough goals this year, but we there are plenty of candidates.
he have a lot of pride and are battling for it. Sophomores
nd going to work hard." Hardy, Bobby Jones, and Tom
IStaton, along with junior sky-
rocket Joel Thompson, are all
in contention.
Currently, both Hardy and
Thompson are hampered by
slight knee injuries.'
side straight "Everything is wide open
and we'll have to wait and see
how it goes," said Orr.
In the backcourt junior "sixth
Andy Glaser starter" Dave Baxter returns,
G d while at center junior Tom
-.. ABergen is the only available
l ne r

p ens,
back-up for Hubbard.
This year's cagers are pre-
'dicted to finish high in the Big
Ten again, with Minnesota, Pur-
due, and Indiana being the
toughest competition.
One pre-season poll has pick-
ed the Wolverines first in the
nation.
"High expectations make ev-
erybody want to work harder,"
said Green, "It's a good chal-
lenge."
"We've got a real good atti-
tude this year," added Grote.
"All of our guys will give one
hundred percent all the time."
This winter the Wolverines
will look different in one re-
spect when they are playing at
home - new uniforms. Whenj
hosting opponents the Wolver-
ines will be clad in Maize uni-,
forms with blue trim.
Michigan should be a fast,
exciting team again this year,!
if the fast pace during the wind,
sprints at practice is any indi-
cation. The practices won't get
any easier as the yeat progres-
ses, either.
I "We've gotta work them
hard," said Orr. "We want to
i prove that last year was no ac-
cident."

GRIIJIE PICKS
IT'S TUESDAY and time again for the enjoyable task of
accumulating your Griddes for this week. If you are a
better Jimmy the Greek (the Wizard of Odds - how bad is
that?) than the rest of campus then you can win a small one-
item pizza from Pizza Bob's.

So take your time and think carefully. "
member, only one entry per person - True

'y decision! Re-
a must.

Get your Griddes into 420 Maynard now, and don't stall -
Holy Punctuality.

1) MICHIGAN at Indiana
(pick score)
2) MSU at Illinois
3) Iowa at Minnesota
4) Wisconsin at Northwestern
5) Purdue at Ohio State
6) Arizona at Texas Tech
7) Florida State at Auburn
8) Bowling Green at Miami, 0.
9) U.C.L.A. at California
10) Central Michigan at
Northern Michigan

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Clemson at N.C. State
Iowa State at Colorado
Maryland at Duke
Florida at Tennessee
Georgia at Kentucky
Kansas at Kansas State
Miss. St. at Southern Miss.
Missouri at Nebraska
Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma
Daily Libels vs.
Toronto Bluejays

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aume rrtttcrte uesse t,. ..
boasts three top backs!Pats gF n down JetA-
ASS THE WORD. Harlan Huckleby sits down for the Michi-0
gan-Ohio State game.

SCHOOL OF MUSIC
STUDENTS
FIRST MEETING of revived
STUDENT COUNCIL
Tues., Oct. 19-3:30 P.M.
(in case of bad weather,
Thurs., Oct. 21 instead)

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Michigan coach Bo Schembechler didn't come out and sayj
that at his weekly press luncheon yesterday, but he came close
enough.'
"At the beginning of the season," said Schembechler, "we'
were going to go with Rob Lytle at tailback and Russell Davis
at fullback. But then Davis got hurt, and when that happens
our best backfield is Huckleby and Lytle."
Schembechler expounded a bit on his backs. "Don't get
me wrong," he said, "Even with no Davis injury, I would
not have kept Huckleby on the bench. We have three first-
string backs.- They stand out over the others. If one is hurt,
we still have two starters."
"Huckleby and Lytle are an explosive, long-threat back-
field," continued Schembechler. "Harlan is our best long-shot
back.
"But if you get in a game where the creases aren't
that big, Davis and Lytle is what you want."
There is but one game on Michigan's schedule this year
where Schembechler might expect the creases not to be that
big, and it will be played in Columbus on November 20.
That Bo would speak about games w'iere the creases might
not be that big again emphasized just what a bunch of pat-
sies Michigan has faced this year. But the number one. team's
coach doesn't seem to think that Indiana fits in that mold.
"Indiana will be a good test," said Schembechler. "Our
toughest game yet. It's on the road and we haven't done too
well down there lately. (21-7 in 1974)."
Granted, the Hoosiers are starting to look respectable.
A 3-3 record, and two straight wins (over Northwestern
and Iowa, weak sisters themselves) indicate that the Hoos-
iers might be able to fight for a while.
Schembechler felt more strongly, however. "It takes a team
that has lost consistently a while to believe it can win," said
Schembechler, "but Indiana just dominated Iowa last week and
now they believe they can beat anyone in the world. I saw
the films of that game and Iowa only had one play all after-
noon. The rest of the'time they were under constant pressure."
More interesting than Bo's theories of why Michigan will
have a close game Saturday were his views about 'teaching
offense.
"Ittakes longer to learn offense than defense," said Schem-
bechler. "There are just more things to learn - how to pick
up blitzes and shifts, who to block if the guy you were sup-
posed to hit isn't there - it just takes a while to learn' how
to do it.
"But the hardest thing about offense is in the rules.
You have to sit there like a dummy. The defense can
move all over the place, but once you're set it's a five-
yard penalty if you go anywhere. And you can't use your
hands. The defense can use it's hands all it wants and
you have to sit there on offense. If that isn't a handicap
I don't know what is.I

FOXBORO, Mass. VP) - Quar- derstudy Don Calhoun accounted
terback Steve Grogan combined for the Patriots' final TD on
his fantastic running talents runs of 14 and 11 yards respec-
with pinpoint passing last night tively.
and directed the New England In hiking their record to 4-2
Patriots to a 41-7 romp over the an riing tehel of
hapless New York Jets. the Baltimore Colts in the AFC
Grogan, a second-year pro East, the Patriots threw up a
from Kansas State, scored two hard-nosed defense. Jet's quar-
touchdowns and passed for an- terback Joe Namath, beaten
other before retiring after three;
periods with the Patriots in to- only for the third time in 19
tal command of the National career starts against New Eng-
Football League game. 'land, was shackled most of the
way.

Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
SENIOR GUARD STEVE GROTE pauses during Michigan's
opening basketball workout yesterday. The letterman will
anchor a team which seeks to improve upon last year's
25-7 record. Michigan's first game will be a home contest
with Western Kentucky on November 27.

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including 10 on a touchdown'
shot to Andy Johnson late in'
the first half .
Johnson also scored Newj
England's first touchdown on a
four-yard run the first time the
Patriots had possession of the
ball.
SAM CUNNINGHAM and un-

LOS ANGELES' OP- Vet-
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and rookie guard Wayman
Britt were released on waiv-
ers Monday by the Los An-
geles Lakers.
The Lakers selected Britt
from the University of Mich-
igan in the third round of this
year's co"terdraft. Britt a-
eraged three points per game
in exhibition play.
Britt was Michigan's team
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MICHIGAN (40) 6-0 418
Pittsburgh (2) 6-0 356
Nebraska 5-0-1 ... 314:
U.C.L.A. 5-0-1 298
Oklahoma S-0-1 214
Southern California 4-1 158
Maryland 6-0 120
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Georgia 5-1 . 80
Florida 4-1 38,
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Texas 2-1-1 12
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Arkansas 3-1 7
Missouri 4-1 . 6
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Iowa State 5-1-0 . 4
Colorado 4-2-0 3'
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