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aturdoy, September 13, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wisconsin

By LEBA HERTZ per game. Replacing Franklin at quar- to be as good as in the past. O'Neal will replace Steve Strin-
Special To The Daily Veterans K e n Starch and terback will be either Mark El- All-Big Ten stars Jeff Perlinger ko and Carl Russ at the line-
MADISON-While possibly the Larry Canada alternate at the zinga, who piloted last year's and Tim Davis return to the backer positions.
most powerful offense in the fullback position. Starch aver- opening win against Iowa, or: line, along with experienced left The big question mark for the
Big Ten challenges perhaps the: aged 5.8 yards per carry last promising freshman Rick Leach. end Dan Jilek, right tackle Greg Tee ng q sestoday wil be
best defense in the conference, year and Canada averaged 5.3. Leach supposedly can do it all. Morton and right end Mike Wolverine defense today will be
Michigan's untested offense is Wisconsin's offensive line will As previously mentioned, the Holmes. the secondary. The only exper-
maDavedDagainitctheandeCaloin enced player 'there is co-captain
matched against the question- definitely challenge the Wolver- Michigan defense should prove Dave D e v i c h and Calvin e i
able Wisconsin defense here this ine defense. Led by all-Big Ten -cn Dufek, an all-me ig Ten se-
afternoon at Camp Randall Sta- tackle Dennis Lick, the offer--A ri s e
aftenoo atCampRanallSta-siv lie i big Tery tiev LIINE JPSDave Brown graduated and his
iumD sive Iie is big. Terry Stieve
Coach John Kardine's Badgers (6-2, 240) and Joe Norwick (6-1, r placments, DwighHic and
were second in the Big Ten in 220) return at guard and cen- pHG Nter-e
_____________ter. John Reimer, a 260-pound. i H G N ISO"i evs
Today's Michigan - Wiscon- junior, will start at the other Hicks, who had academic elig-
sin football game begins at tackle spot.Obility problems, has made the
2:15 p.m. and will be broad- Like M i c h i g a n, Wisconsin (84) Rick White (205) SE (81) Ray Bailey (180) trip but Pickens, who looked
2:15 pvem. ad ~i sttoanies chig 4, icosnimpressive in practice, will prob-
cast over r a d 1 0 stations must find a replacement for (67) Steve King (245) QT (78) John Reimer (270) ably start.
WUOM-FM (91.7); WPAG- quarterback. Senior Dan Kopina (60) M. Donahue (237) LG (60) Steve Lick (225) y sse
AM (1050); WAAM-AM (950), figures to take over, but junior (52) Jim Czirr (225) C (53) Joe Norwick (226) The Wisconsin defense ist
and televised Sunday morn- Mike Carroll or sophomore An- be better than last year if the
ing on Cable channel 3. thir'v Dudley might also see (72) W. Downing (232) RG (68) Terry Stieve (260) Badgers wish to be a Big Ten
action. (73) Bill Dufek (265) ST (70) Dennis Lick (260) contender. Last year Jardine's
total offense last year behind While the Michigan offensive (89) Pete Traber (220) TE (85) Ron Egloff (230) corps yielded 22.1 points and
Ohio State, averaging 398.4 line hasonly one regular starter (16) M. Elzinga (190) QB (9) Dan Kopina (194) 338.7 yards per game. Size
yards per game. returning in quick tackle Steve or or could also pose a problem for
Meanwhile, Bo Schembech- King, and the graduation of (7) Rick Leach (180) (15) Tom Carroll (182) the Badgers, as. the only real
ler's Wolverines for the last quarterback D e n n i s Franklin
six years ranked first in scor- leaves no experienced signal- (5) Gordon Bell (178) TB (26) Billy Marek (188) big defender is junior John
ing defense with 7.8 points per Icller, the runners are devastat- (41) Rob Lytle (190) FB (32) Ken Starch (212) Rasmussen at 6-3, 280.
game, fourth in rushing de- ing, (37) Jim Smith (198) WB (29) Ron Pollard (177) Wisconsin's s e a s o n opener
fense with 110.6 yards per Gordon Bell is the full time D fen estands to be marred by a stu-
d..A third in total d-' ii .ar i .7i. z.~.

game an iiui uauc
fense with 221.8 yards per
game.

talitback
switched
tion, Jim

and Rob Lytie has;
to fullback. In addi-
Smith has moved from

Daily Photo by KEN FINK
Michigan's offense, which has been plagued with injuries and '
Will he inexperience early this fall, is still without a confirmed
leader. Coach Schembechler has not yet announced who of
or freshman Rick Leach and junior Mark Elzinga will start -as
today's quarterback against Wisconsin. Elzinga is shown
7habove romping 49 yards for a score against Minnesota last
W011 t, he? season.

BIG TEN OPENERS:

host

Despite the graduation of slit end to wingback.
quarterback Greg Bohlig, Wis- The loss of Kirk Lewis at right
consin's offenseremains awe- ard leaves the offensive line
some. Bill Marek led the Bigi with questiotiable status. Sopvho-
Ten rushers last year with 161 more Bill Dlfek (6-5, 255) at
yards per game. In addition, strong tackle could possibly be
Marek earned the national scor- the key to this unit.
ing title with 12.7 points per If Dufek lives un to his pre-
game, and ranked third in the season raves, the line could be
nation in rushing with 135 yards formidable, but depth on the
front wall remains one of Sch-
em1-echler's chief worries.
Tom Jensen,'rewlacing injured
Gre Bartnick, will back up left
ix--rd Mark Donahue, Jim Czirr
I will start at center and Walt
Tow~ving will reolace Lewis.
elected co-cantain last
w0k. is here for the game.
Rick White starts his first
a-ne at split end after a year-
sive backfields and underdevel-- - e layff from football'while
oped passing attacks. 0 1bpketh-ll sqund. Pete
Look for typical grind-it-out Tr-.bnr will str't at tioht end.
Big Ten football here with the Ibt George Przynodski, who
Illini hungry to avenge last ; -Oe the trio, co"Id see action
year's 14-12 defeat. t nl with Dave harding.
Major League Standings

By KATHY HENNEGHAN The offense, the plague of re- Only three regulars return to.
Ohio State travels to East cent years, appears greatly im- the Buckeye defense, but tackles
Lansing today to meet Michigan proved. Quarterback and co- Nick Buonamici and Eddie Bea-
State in a well-publicized grudge captain Charlie Baggett will be mon and middle guard Aaron
match. Emotion is running at a a key factor in State's success Brown are reputedly among the
fever pitch for this game since this season. nation's best.
the Spartans' stunning 16-13 up- "Baggett has the ability to ANOTHER BONUS for OSUI
set of the Buckeyes last Novem- scramble," said Ohio State de- is co-captain safety Tim Fox.4
ber robbed OSU of a perfect Big fensive coach George Hill. "He "We think Tim is as fine a de-
Ten season. hurts teams running the ball off fensive back as you'll find any-'
THE BUCKEYES, 10-2 last broken pass plays. It will be where in America," said Hill.
ranked third nation- their offensive e x p e r i e n c e "With all the new people back
year, are ino th ga ile against our inexperience defen- there, you need that old veteranE
ally going into the game whilesvey"tkidfhldhmtgter"
the Spartans, 7-3-1 last fall, are sively." to kind of hold them together."
ranked 11th. OSU has lost three BEHIND BAGGETT will bei "I think everything in time
of its last four games with the fullback Levi Jackson, well- matures," Hill continued. "It's,
Spartans, despite its recent con-: loved by Spartan fans for his a young defense, it lacks exper-
ference domination. 88-yard jaunt to beat the Buck- ience. It's the biggest shortcom-
"I think the publicity for this eyes last year. Tailback Rich ing we've had up to this point.
game has definitely helped us," Baes also returns. They need game-playing time
said Stolz. "We expect to be "This is the biggest ball game and the experience of playing
very good this season, and of of my life," said Baggett. "I' before the big crowds."
course, everyone in the country think it's a great opportunity for They should get plenty of botha
expects us to be very good. Michigan State to rise back to today. Whether the game lives'
We're going to make sure we! the top again. up to its buildup remains to be
get a lot of exposure out of this "The Buckeyes are going to seen. Highlights will be shownI
game, and if we do come out be scared," the Spartan quar- at 5:00 today on ABC's Wide
ahead, we should find ourselves terback continued. "'They've got World of Sports."
one of the top-ranked teams in new people and they're human around
th cutr. I'd be scared if We were them." in remaining games aon
the country." Idb cre veWer hm the Big Ten, Minnesota travels
Adding fuel to the fire, manyd hThe perennial Buckeye power- stIndiaena Mforeaclash trels
followers of the Green and house has been weakened by, atoIdiaa r clash beweens
White accuse Buckeye mentor graduation, but it still boasts an l
Woody Hayes of having com- awesome offense built around Purdue, perhaps the confer-
plained to Big Ten officials Heisman Trophy winner, tail- ence's most improved team, vis-
about MSU recruiting practices,|back Archie Griffin. its Northwestern. The Boiler-
thereby launching an investiga-1 Last year, the Spartans gave makers, under the guidance of
tion by the NCAA. , Griffin his yardage and fought Coach Alex Agase, have a
Hayes neither confirms nor' to stop quarterback Cornelius ' strong offensive backfield led
denies such rumors. "I don't' Greene. The effort apparently ' by returning quarterback Mark
have to," he snapped. "I'm not' paid off. Vitali. Defensively they are
the one on trial." : "GRIFFIN will get his yards," anchored by all-Big Ten tackle
Both Stolz and Hayes hope to R said Stolz. "You can't stop him. Ken Novak.-
establish their teams as early' I hope we can stop Greene again Northwestern, which finished
favorites in the Big Ten race.! this year - he's just as danger- tied for seventh in the Confer-
If the Spartans do manage to ous." . ence last season, will be hard-
live up to Stolz's somewhat in- With returning veterans Brian pressed to stop Purdue's attack.
flated claims, a Spartan victory Baschnagel at wingback and
may not be the "fluke" of years Pete Johnson at fullback, the Also today, Illinois opens its
past. There's a new (if prema-? Spartan task looks next to im- fseaso n~ against theh Hawkeyes at
t Tre) feeling of confidence in ossible. "Ohio State has an ex- sIasner sCachH B B lck
East Lansing this fall, as Mich- j cellent offensive backfield," man the Fighting Ilin made it
igan State should field its first Stolz admitted "but we also awfully close against Michigan
genuine title contender since1 have an excellent defensivej last year as the Wolverines~
1966. football team." hung on to win 14-6 in Chain-'

(81)
(97)
(56)
(77)
(40)
(96)
(55)
(35)
(22)
(21)
(18)

Dan Jilek (212) LE
Jeff Perlinger (242) LT
Tim Davis (212) MG
Greg Morton (225) RT
Mike Holmes (210) RE
C. O'Neal (230) WLB
D. Devich (210) MLB
Don Dufek (195) Wolf
Jim Bolden (175) WHB
K. Kampe (182) SHB
Jim Pickens (188) S

Te Top 20
The Top Twenty teams in The
Associated Press college football
poll, with first-place votes in pa-
rentheses, season records and total
points. Points bases on 20-18-16-14-
12-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1.
1. Oklahoma 51 0-0-0 1,108
2. MICHIGAN 1 0-0-0 918'
3. .Ohio State 3 0-0-0 787
4. S. California 0-0-0 746:
5. Missouri 1 1-0-0 579
6. Nebraska 0-0-0 528
7. Auburn 0-0-0 397
8. Texas A&M 0-0-0 382j
9. Notre Dame 0-0-0 300
10. Penn State 1-0-0 282
11. Michigan state 0-0-0 . 280
'12. Texas 0-0-0 257
13. Alabama 0-1-0 196
14. Maryland 1-0-0 125
15. N. C. State 1-0-0 124
16. UCLA 0-0-0 85
17. Arizona 0-0-0 71
18. Pitt 1-0-0 63
19. Florida 0-0-0 59
20. Tennessee 0-0-0 50
(tie) Daily Libels 4-0-0 50

(35) D. Stejskal (210)
(76) J. Rasmussen (280)
(62) Andy Michula (229)
(57) B. Czechowicz (220)
(70) Pat Collins (195)
(43) Mike Kelly (217)
(50) J. Zimmerman (222)
(6) Steve Wagner (202)
(8) K. Simmons (169)
(12) Gregg Lewis (190)
(10) Terry Buss (195)
KOSHER
MEAT COOP
MEETING
Sunday, Sept. 14
10 a.m.
at H I LLEL-
1429 HILL ST.
663-3336

dent protest scheduled for noon
today at the stadium, The pro-
test concerns problems in the
distribution of this year's stu-
dent football tickets.
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Cellist,
(viola, double bass,
bassoon, trombone,
percussion)
OPENINGS
UNIVERSITY
CAMPUS
ORCHESTRA
Tees., 7:30 p.
School of Music

LL

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
St. Louis
New York
Chicago
Montreal

W
83
78
76
74
70
64
West

L
62
68
70
73
77
82

Pct. GB
.573 - ,
.534 5% '
.521 7ife
.504 10
.476 14
.438 19!/2

Boston
Baltimore
New York
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Detroit
Oakland
Kansas City
Texas
Chicago
Minnesota
California

W-
86
82
75
70
62
55
West
89
81
72
68
66
66

L
60
65
71
72
85
92
56
64
75
76
76
80

Pct. GB
.589 -
.558 4%
.514 11
.493 14
.422 243j
.374 31%
.614 -
.559 8
.490 18
.472 20%
.465 21%
.452 23

WHY WALK FARTHER!
LEVI'S BRAND.
Available at
Wild's Varsity Shop
FEATURING:
" Denim Bells * Ponatello 0 Work Shirts
" Brush Denims Knit Slaksk Flannel Shirts
" Pre-Wash Slaks
" Corduroys . Boot Jeans * Denim Jackets
Wild's Varsity Shop
311 S. STATE STREET

x-Cincinnati 96 50 .658 -
Los Angeles 79 68 .537 17Y
San Francisco 70 76 .479 26
San Diego 67 80 .456 291,2
Atlanta 64 83 .435 32%
Houston 58 90 .392 39
x-clinched division title
Yesterday's Games
Pittsburgh 6, Montreal 3
St. Louis 3, New York 1
BILLBOARD
The M i c h ig a n wrestling
squad will hold an organiza-
tional meeting on Wednesday,
Sept. 17 at 7:00 in the base-
ment of the Athletic Adminis-
tration Building. Anyone in-
terested in wrestling for the
Wolverines is invited to at-
tend. If you have any ques-
tions, call Coach Bill Johan-
nesen or his assistant, Cal
Jenkins, at 663-2411.

Yesterday's Games
Baltimore 6, Detroit 4, 11 innings
Chicago 5, Texas 2
Oakland 11, Minnesota 4, 1st game
Kansas City 10, California 2, 1st
game
Cleveland at New York, ppd. rain
Milwaukee at Boston, ppd. rain

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NIGHT EDITOR:
JEFF LIEBSTER

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Young harriers star
inintras qua {d meet
By DAVE WIHAK our team have met the chal-
The Michigan cross country lenge rather well, and it should
team held its intra-squad meet be a lot easier for them next
yesterday, and for Coach Ron week at EMU," he continued.
Warhurst and many of the run- "That course is flat in compari-
ners the results were close to son to, this one, so this was a
what was expected. real primer for us."
Sophomores Mike McGuire The team is not quite at full
and Jay Anstaett shared the strength right now, Warhurst
winning time of 20:37 for four concedes, as Greg Meyer ran:
miles, with junior Greg Meyer despite a bout with the flu and
not too far behind. Bill Donakowski exited the trial
Rcunding out the top eight fin- early with shin splints. Even.
ishers were freshmen Steve El- Anstaett admits he's not fully
liott and Jack Sinclair and recovered from last year's leg
sophomores Bob Sheper and injry. -
John Grabowsky. McGuire, who waited for An-!
"The guys ran an even pace staett to catch up so they could
today, desnite the tough winds cross the finish line together,
and the hills they had to face," had enough breath to lend his
Warhurst said. "They didn't own words of wisdom.
push themselves because it's "We've got the same people
still early and it was really just back as last year, plus a few
meant to be a primer for the more, so why shouldn't we re--j
Eastern Michigan meet next peat as champions? We're ready
week." to roll," McGuire said.
W rhurst wa narticularly in- Anstaett shares this enthus-

This year's squad should
prove to be just as tough, and
the Hawkeyes will have diffi-
culty unless they can establish
a solid ground game. Both
teams have outstanding defen-
difference!.
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