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Tuesday, September 9, 1 975

An Amazing Documentary Defensive secondary
illegallyfilmed in post-coup
Chile b a team of
East Germans. aces initial challenge
- HjL E -By RAY O'HARA I Filling the safety spot will be
MI CH ILE: tstrong Jim Pickens, a sophomore, who
WAAdefenses have always included " lyda eeniehlbg
SW Sr AMa eceptionaly stingy defen-~ the spring. Pickens can stay
IL sive backfield as a matter of with the best receivers and
course. The 1975 edition of the st ball relatively well
(in English) Wolverine air defense however, n p o rts but is not very experienced at
is off to a rather rocky start safety, to say the least.
Preceded by movie short: despite its abundance of talent. NIGHT EDITOR: The d e f e n s i v e halfbacks
y.Michigan usually relies on a MIKE WILSON against Wisconsin will probably
"PA BLO N E R U DA, POET" one defense against passing. .:... b be Jim Bolden on the wide side
The most common confgura- and one of the trio of Derek
tion of that zone defense re- safety, wolfman and halfbacks, Howard, Jerry Zuver and erst-
AU D A ANGELL HALL quires the safety and the two must cover the most ground while split-end Keith Johnson
W E D., SE PT. 10-7:00 & 9:00 defensive halfbacks to cover the and assume the greatest re- will start on the short side.
WED,,SEPT. 10-7:0 :00 three deepest zones while the; sponsibility for defusing the ' satnthsorsie R
DONATION $1 wolfman must cover the area bomb and making aerial ma- Howard, who was slated to be
close to the line of scrimmage nuevers in general, more diffi- first string, is just returning
Sponsored by the Group on Latin American issues on the widest side of the field. cult for opposing offenses. from injury and there is some
iree ot r zones close o the The only returning starter in uncertainty at the position.
ered by the two linebackers, the defensive backfield is senior
thednbyofthedensive eps wolfman Don Dufek who gar- BOLDEN, Howard, Zuver, and Ih
Jo n the Da ly Sports Staff anered a few baubles for hs senior Kurt Kampe are all cap-
THE FOUR defensive backs, antelpiece by being named able backs and should play ex-
_______ All-Big Ten and Honorable cent defense once thev

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Student Government Council can . . . Th
are glad to help get things moving faster a

Mention All-American after last
season. settled in their slots. If Dw
Dufek's record speaks for it- Hicks is eligible to play, K
GET self. From his position as cap- Johnson should be able to s
tain he will be expected to pro- catching passes rather I
vide leadership for the entire knocking them down.
TA PE? efenseand especially the The Woverines' defen
young defensive backfield. So baTkheld Wolerinsedefen
far, Dufek has intercepted two backfield should be settled
e at SGC passes in two seasons and ready to make life difficult
people GCwhere he will strike again is opposing receivers after a
it UM. anyone's guess. I games. Unfortunately, they r
be needed before they are re
Dave Brown's shoes at safety, 'ready.
a better Dwight Hicks, has developed
academic trouble and will not
live. start against Wisconsin. His
problem appears to be a tech-
-763-3241 1 nical one involving his registra-
tion rather than an insufficient ' o oe
gradepoint average. His status
will be definite sometime this

MICHIGAN co-captain Don Dufek shows his All-American candidate ability as he crunches
a Colorado opponent during last year's game. Dufek is considered the strongest Wolverine de-
fensive back in an unproven secondary plagued by injuries and academic problems. The
unit faces its first test this Saturday against the Badgers at Madison, Wisconsin.


Trying to make UMa
place for students toJ


3rd floor, Michigan Union-M-F 9-5-

's set to dominate Big 8

' } rv ..r. K, ,..r~a ~r rr+,.+,week.
c e ______________________ - Lik By BILL STIEG
Like a felon turned loose on
the streets, the Oklahoma foot-
I aPrate bail team is once again roam-
ing the Midwest, spreading fear
Qthroughoutthe ranks of the Big
Eight Conference.
Blue oor Off NCAA probation for the
first time in two years, the
Sooners are back-big and dan-
"SH 1M M ERiN G TSUniversal Press Syndicate has gerou as ever-to defend their
W ATERS released its first weekly worst conferenc frnce and national titles.
ten football teams in a nation ! And this season, they have the
L IQ U I D S ILV E R AT ITS F I N EST. THE NAVAJO LOOK ; poll. Wawe Forest topped the added incentive of a post-season
i listing, on the basis of last bowl appearance, denied them
fyear's 1-10 record. during the probation.
2 forMichigan was listed seventh Not that they need an extra
STUDEN behind the Hoosiers of Indi- boost. Coach Barry Switzer says
STUDENTS & FACULTY ONLY ana. UPS attributed the Wol- his team could be better than
verines' ranking to Bo Schem- last year's undefeated national
0 LIQUID SILVER (SHIMMERING WATERS) strung with your choice bechier's pre - season corn- c h a m p s. Considering Okla-
of turquoise, corral, heshi or mother of pearl.-I ment: "Our offense has not homa's 508 yards and 43 points
REGULAR $12.95 SPECIAL 2 for 1 been good*" per game average last season,
one is instinctively skeptical.
# SILVER & TURQUOISE RINGS Columbia ranked second fol- But Switzer could very well be
REGULAR $29.95 SPECIAL 2 for 1 lowed by Florida State, TCU, right.
The above is nenuine iND1AN JEWELRY not a cheap imitation. and Utah, to round out the top THE RETURN of backs like
YES, genuine silver (not plated) with authentic stones.
abvIsI IND O EIALJE ER ChOER five. Oregon was placed in the Joe Washington, Elvis Peacock,
LIMIT TOTAL OF I SPECIAL PER CUSTOMER 4 eighth position, preceding, Wyo- Jim Littrell and Steve Davis-
0 THE PUKA & HESHI LOOK and Cornell.all fast or powerful or both-is
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line. Two fleet receivers are
also available in the off-chance
that the running attack fails.
Percentage-wise, few coaches
or reporters have seen the
Sooners play the last couple
years because of a television
ban, a provision of the proba-
tion. Still, everything from the
major polls to the minor maga-
zines rates Oklahoma number
one in the nation.1
THE TV B A N continues
through the '75 regular season
so voters will have to base their
decisions largely on scores and
statistics. The Sooners appear
fully c a p a b l e of producing
large, impressive numbers for
Sunday morning newspapers.,
Defensively, six starters, in-
cluding a couple of potential
All-Americans, return from last
year's squad, which yielded less
than nine points per game. The
Sooner schedule doesn't look
very demanding, but then few
teams look tough compared to
Those who dare to challenge
Oklahoma's Big Eight suprem-

NEBRASKA resembles the, SPEAKING of offense, Coo-
past s e a s o n s' powerhouses,' rado's Bill Mallory has a group
toned down a notch or two. A of backs that could scare the
rebuilt line and the lack of an best of defensive units - eve
established quarterback may Oklahoma's. Quarterback Davis
slow the offense a bit, but an Williams, tailback Billy Waddy
easy non-conference schedule and super-athlete David Logan
will give the team a chance to at wingback all return, and
mature, and stay near the top should help the Buffaloes im-
of the polls. prove on their 5-6 1974 record.
A typically solid defense, plus ( Oklahoma State, like Missouri
a tradition of winning will give and Colorado, most likely want
the Cornhuskers perhaps the to talk about its offense than
best shot at toppling Oklahoma. its defense by year's end. Ex-
It won't take long to find out perience and speed on offense
how good Missouri is-they play ire State's best assets, while
a very tough non-conference
schedule, which started last the loss of seven defensive
night against second - ranked starters could hurt enough to
Alabama. The Tigers then play, send the Cowboys into the mid-
the Big Ten's Illinois, Wiscon- dle of the conference pack.
sin, and Michigan (Oct. 4), be-
fore even thinking about the
Big Eight's Oklahoma, Nebras-
ka, et al. BILLBOARD
Missouri will go with an ex-
cellent offense, led by quarter- Women volleyball hopefuls
back Steve Pisarkiewicz and can try their luck all this
powered by tailback Tony Gal- week as tryouts for the Wo-
breath. An inexperienced de- men's Intercollegiate Volley-
fense, however, may prove to ball team take place from 6


two-R ;other successful, high-scoring acy this year include Nebraska, be too much of a liability int
2 LOCATIONS-OPEN 7 DAYS 41 year. Clearing the way is a Missouri, Colorado, and Oka- the offensively explosive Big
frighteningly l a r g e offensive homa State. Eight.
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to 8 p.m. through Thursday
at the IM Building. All inter-
ested personnel should contact
Sandy Vong at the IM Build-
The Michigan hockey team
is looking for a few good men.
Anyone interested in becom-
ing a student manager for
the Wolverine dekers should
contact coach Dan Farrell
personally or call him at 663-
2411. Prospective managers
should pin to have free time
from 3 to 6 in the afternoon.
All persons interested in
joining the Michigan varsity
Track and/or Cross - Countryj
team come to a meeting this
Wednesday, September 10,
7:30 pm at the Track and Ten-
nis Building.
There will be a meeting for
the 1975-76 varsity Michigan
Men's Tennis Team on
Wednesday, September 10th
at 4 pm in the basement of the
Athletic Administration Build-
ing, corner of State and
Hoover. Anybody interested in
trying out for the team should
Anywater - minded woman
interested in performing for
the Synchronized women's
swim team, call-outs will be
held September 29 at 5 p.m.
at Margaret Bell Pool.
There will be an organiza-
tional meeting for anyone in-
terested in playing for the
M i c h i g a n Soccer Team,
Wednesday, at 7 pm outside
the IM Building.
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Gilbert & Sullivan Society
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