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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 7, 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Sunday, September 7, 1975

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TUES. SEPT. 9th-7:00 p.m.
First Campus Action Meeting,
of the School Year
807 ARCH
(1 BLOCK SOUTH OF CAMPUS CORNERS)1
BETWEEN PACKARD AND OAKLAND'
668-6769 662-3095
A time of sharing, praise, and1
studying the teachings of Christ.
EVERYONE WELCOME
Douahnuts and Coffee folowing the meeting)

UCLA, STANFORD, CAL STRONG CONTENDERS

Troja n s

avored

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race

By RICH LERNER
Washington State football
coach Jim Sweeney has labeled
the Pacific Eight conferenceI
"Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs." John McKay, frostyI
haired mentor of the Southern1
Cal Trojans, lost several All-,
Americans from last year's na-
tional champions, but the men'
of Troy are still the conference1
favorites.
Stanford, UCLA, and Califor-1
nia are strong contenders with!
Washington ranking as a dark
horse.
McKay lost Pat Haden, An-
thony Davis, and All-Ameri-
cans Charles Phillips, Rich-I
ard Wood and Bill Bain
through graduation. However,1
Southern Cal has excellent

talent returning.
Marvin Powell, 6-5, 256 lbs.,
and Joe Davis anchor a mam-
moth offensive line. Junior'
Vince Evans takes over the
controls at quarterback, with
transfer Lynn Cain and 9.7
sprinter Dwight Ford replacing
Davis at tailback.
Monstrous tackle Gary Jeter,
leading tackler Kevin Bruce and
defensive back Danny Reece
spearhead a strong unit of de-
fenders.
Jack Christenson's Stanford
Cardinals will chase the Tro-
jans with a fine offense. The
Cardinal's quarterback trio of
Mike Cordova, Guy Benjamin,
and Jerry Waldvogel return in-
tact.
Whoever plays at quarterback

will have a fine set of receivers But the Bruins suffer from the
headed by Tony Hill. Running same malady that Stanford does
back Ron Inge runs behind a -lack of experience defensive-
powerful, experienced line. ly. Outside linebacker Dale Cur-
The Stanford defense was ry is the sole returning starter.
decimated by graduation, in- UCLA Coach Dick Vermeil may
cluding the loss of five all- have to count on freshmen to
league performers. Only three bolster the defense.
starters return to the defense. Steve Bartkowski now throws
Cardinal title hopes rest on his passes for the Atlanta Fal-
the development of this young cons which is bad news for Cal-
platoon. ifornia fans. However, running
UCLA quarterback John Sci- back Chuck Muncie and flank-
arra has recovered from a brok- er Steve Rivera still play for
en leg that kept him out of four the Golden Bears. Muncie was
games last season and will di- named to three All-America
rect the Bruins Veer-T offense. teams a year ago, and Rivera
Sciarra alone is enough to make caught 52 passes for over 900
the Bruins offense explosive. yards.
Running back Wendell Tyler The offensive line and the
benefits from the senior signal- defense are both experienced
caller's pitchouts. and if one of the four promis-

ing prospects to replace Bort- Washington State has loads
kowski pans out, the Bears of experience, but it was
will be an excellent team. Cal gained by a team that suf-
may have the best chance of fered through a 2-9 season last
overtaking the Trojans. year. The Cougars' strength
New Washington coach Don lies in its defensive line where
James enters the "Evergreen all the 1974 starters return.
State" from Kent State and has Sweeney has changed State's
20 returning starters to work defensive alignment from a
with. Quarterback Chris Row- 4-3-4 to a 5-24.
land threw for 848 yards in only Oregon's Ducks look to be no
seven games in 1972 and will better than last year's 2-9
hand off to 250-pound fullback
Robin Earl. If the Huskies sur- squad. The Ducks have exper-
vive a backbreaking early ienced or regular starters back
schedule they will be dangerous. at eleven positions from the
Oregon State will attempt to same defense that surrendered
bounce back from a 3-8 season. 66 points to Washington. Quar-
However, the "Great Pumpkin,"
Coach Dee Andros has little ex- terback Norval Turner and star
perience and lost much of the runner Don Reynolds have grad-
strength in the offensive line. uated.

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By The Associated Press 1
DETROIT - The racing ca-
reer of Bonefish, winner of the
Hambletonian last week and
one of the most highly regard-
ed harness horses in the coun-
try, came to an end Friday
night when the horse suffered a
severe throat hemorrhage.
Bonefish, who recently was
sold for $1 million for future
stud purposes, was stricken
just as the starting gate start-
ed to roll at the Wolverine
Raceway.
TRAINER - DRIVER Stanley
Dancer of New Egypt, N. J.,
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position. After taking a quick Dancer for $1 million for stud
look at the colt, Dancer scratch- duties at his Lexington stand-
ed the horse from the $40,000 ardbred nursery.
event. Bonefish earned more than
The horse was examined by $300,000 in two years on the
Dr. Paul Nolan, a veterinarian race track including top money
who was flown fromhis Goshen, of $116,097 last Saturday as
N.Y. home in a private plane winner of the famed Hamble-
Friday night. He said Bone- tonian trotting classic, the Ken-
fish's racing career was fin- tucky Derby of the trotting
ished. world. In the Hambletonian,
Dr. Nolan said sudden heavy Bonefish had to race four one-
bleeding from the nostrils in- mile heats before winning.
dicated the horse was suffer-
ing from a ruptured blood yes- NOLAN said yesterday there
sel in the esophagus. "It is a' was no immediate danger of
massive hemorrhage and there losing the valuable trotter but
was some migration of blood prescribed complete rest with
into the lungs," Nolan said. "It only light walking during the
might have been fatal," he next week. Bonefish will be
added. flown from Wolverine to Danc-
NOLAN was flown to Detroit er's farm in New Egypt, N. J.
at the request of Dancer and today.
Wolverine President Frederick Once fully recovered, Bone-
L. Van Lennep. fish will be delivered to Castle-
Van Lennep, who also heads ton farm likely in October, Dan-
Castleton Farms in Kentucky, cer said.

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