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Saturday, October 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

GALBREATH, MORRISSEY SIDELINED

Tigers' roai
By JON CHAVEZ "It's as big as a non-confer-
The Wolverines got a break ence game can be," he said
yesterday when it was an- eyeful of the Tigers No. S rat-
nounced that star Missouri half- ing and 3-0 record against tough
back Tony Galbreath and de- opposition.
fensive tackle Keith Morrisey And while Michigan is 1 0-2
were left in Columbia due to and rated fourteenth, Missouri
injuries. coach Al Onofrio isn't fooled by
Galbreath, who rushed for those two consecutive ties.
over 120 yards three weeks ago "Michigan has an excellent
against nationally ranked Ala- team," assured Onofrio, who
bama, is sidelined with an in- was an assistant at Missouri in
jury to his right heel. Besides 1969 when the Tigers dealt the
being Mizzou's most prolific Wolverines there last home loss,
runner with 322 yards in three a 40-17 thrashing.
games, the 6-1, 225 pound half-
back is known for throwing the "THEY HAVE the samo team
halfback option pass for a ca- they'd have if they had won 20-
reer seven for seven with four 19 and 15-14. You really can't
touchdowns, one of which came go by scores this early in the
against Wisconsin last week. year," insists the Tiger head
Morrisey, a 6-4, 227 pound de- coach.
fensive tackle, i sone of the With the injury to Galbreath,
team's leading tacklers and also Mizzou may go to the air more.
played a stellar game against Quarterback Steve Pisarkiewicz
the Crimson Tide. In addition, is a 50 per cent passer and likes
reserve Curtis Kirkland has a to throw long to split end Henry
pinched nerve and will remain Marshall. Although the Michigan
home. secondary has given up what

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frio. "There's no defense against
a pass that's thrown accurately
and caught. Stanfor dand Bay-
lor both threw with pinpoint ac-
curacy and that's hard to stop.
It's not because of Michigan's
lack of ability," he added.
The loss of Galbreath will
definitely be felt but don't think
that will stop the Tigers running
attack that has averaged 208
yards a game, mosly on the
strength of "Tony Gallop.'

only carried the ball 11 times says Tiger defensive back Ken
so far this season, netting 52 Downing who also handles the
yards. He is not the halfback puting. "Both the Big Te ieams
option passer that Galbreath is, we've played have given us all
which should give some comfort the ball game we wanted. We
to coach Schembechler. may key on (Michigan tailback
Misuri's defens nnr Gordon) Bell a little."

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bendable if not breaKable con-
sidering the 41 points they have
given up in the last two games
against Illinois and Wisconsin.
The Wolverines, if they are not
to wear out their defense like
they did against Baylor, will
have to move the ball consis-
tently today, as their two con-
ference breathren did, while not
giving up as many points.
"Michigan's definitely good,"I

FULLBACK John Blackeman
is a bruising runner with 200
yards so far, which comes most-
ly ona trap play that the Tigers
can run well to either side.
William on the other hand, has
THE LI
MICHIGAN
Off
(27) K. Johnson (175) SE
(78) Mike Kenn (230) 03
(60) M. Donahue (237) LG
(52) Jim Czirr (225) C
(72) W. Downing (232) RG
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[NEUPS

MISSOURI

ense

DESPITE THESE losses, Mis-E
souri figures to be more than a
match against the Maize and
Blue and coach Bo Schembech-
ler is well aware of that fact.x

many consider a porous 128
yards a game, Onofrio still has
deep respect for the Wolverine
pass defenders.-
"I don't think Michigan' 3 pass
defense is that bad," said Ono-

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Women netters romp;
erunch Hillsdale, 9-0

(80)
(7)
(5)
(41)
(37)

B311 uuek (25)
G. Prygodski (215)
Rick Leach (180)
Gordon Bell (178)
Rob Lytle (190)
Jim Smith (198)

bT
TE
QB
TB
FB
WB

(11) R. Grossart (181)
(76) James Taylor (250)
77) Joel Yearian (240)
(61) Mike Owens (240)
(65) T. Kowalczyk (235)
(75) Morris Towns (250)
(82) C. Douglass (222)
(15) S. Pisarkiewicz (197)
(43) J. Williams (196)
(47) J. Blakeman (219)
(32) Joe Stewart (176)

IF SO, STARTING
back Rick Leach wil l
pass somewhat more az
and avoid his interep:i
lem.
Michigan, at this stag
game last year, had yet1
a mistake, but already th
and Blue have given up
interceptions (five of wi
Leach's), and lost fourc
fumbles.
That averages out to
overs a game, which
shody next to six-year f
1.63 a game.
Michigan didn't get a
from the injured list th
either. Rick White is
jured and definitely of
Pickens and Jeff Perlin
hurt, but both will play.
For the 1975 Missouri
playing in huge Mic'iig
dium will be a first exp
"It'll be double our usaa
and that's awesome t
of," says Downing. "
something to look at,
shouldn't affect our pla3
Bg
By RICK MADDOC
The Wolverines aren't1
Big Ten team to face
twenty team this weel
State, Michigan State,
western, and Iowa all fa
petitors from the uppere
of the national polls.
The Spartans travel t
Bend to take on eighth
Notre Dame. The F

quarter-
have to
curately
) prob-
e of the
to make
ie Maize
six pass
ich are
of seven
3.3 turn-
1 looks
igure of
ny helo
is week
still in-
Lt. iim
ger are
Tigers,
an Sta-
erience.
A1 crowd
o think
It'll be
but it
Y "'

Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
Michigan's Rob Lytle (41) digs for the extra yardage against Baylor last Saturday and like the
rest of his Wolverine teammates, he found the going very rough. The Blue take on the pow-
erful Missouri Tigers today in the stadium at 1:30 and hope to regain some lost prestige by
knocking off the undefeated Tigers. Missouri has lost star tailback Tony Galbreath for the
game because of an injury and this should make the Wolverines breath easier.
OSU vs UCLA, MSU vs Irish

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Hitting the road for the first second singles trounced Jamie
me this season, the women's Evans 6-1, 6-0.
nnis team went to town shel- Jodie Strom, playing her
icking Hillsdale 9-0, yesterday. first match of the year, blank-
The Wolverine netters h vei ed Beth Bals 6-0, 6-0. Miss;y
et to lose an individual match Pollick in the fourth position
s they also blanked both Est- stung Lee Orton 6-2, 6-0.
rn and Western Michigan last
peek. Melinda Fertig, playing at
"The match against Hills- fifth singles disposed of Joetta
dale wasn't very difficult," Miller 6-1, 6-2; and Sharon Som-
stated Jan Karzen. "I don't mnerville at sixth singles defeat
hink anyone was playing that ed Lisa Shippee 6-1, 6-1.
well, but we won easily." The first doubles team of Sel-
It was obvious that the Hills- den and Karzen whitewashed
ale team, which draws its Evans and Bals 6-0, 6-0. Pollick
layers from a female popula-1 and Strom teamed up at second
on of 450, was totally out- doubles to defeat Orton and Wat-
assed by the Michigan netters. kins 6-1, 6-3 and Melissa Fertig{
Barbara Selden playing at and Nancy Doerer at third dou-
rst singles demolished Wendy bles ended the day with a 6-4,
Watkins 6-0, 6-1; Jan Karzen at 6-2 win over Miller and Shippee.
NORM

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Defense

(81)
(97)
(56)
(77)
(40)
(96)
(55)
(35)
(22)
(18)
(17)

Dan Jilek (212) LE
J. Perlinger (242) LT
Tim Davis (212) MG
G. Morton (225) RT
Mike Holmes (210) RE

C. O'Neal (230)
D. Devich (210)
Don Dufek (195)
Jim Bolden (175)
J. Pickens (188)
D. Hicks (180)

WLB
MLB
Wolf
WHB
SHB
S

(95)
(50)
(54)
(91)
(84)
(57)
(64)
(19)
(41)
(40)
(2)

B. Henningsen (210)
Tom Cooper (230)
S. Meyer (220)
R. Frisch (240)
B. McRoberts (210)
Tom Hodge (210)
(Bill Culp (211)
Ken Downing (178)
Rob Fitzgerald (178)
Jim Leavitt (189)
B. Carter (190)

CK
the only
a top
k. Ohio
North-
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echelons
o South
ranked
ighting

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

I
Mets appoint new 'manager
By The Associated Press blackout would have been lift- land Saturday.
NEW YORK - Little known ed automatically if all tickets "The commissioner has ruled
Joe Frazier, manager of five had been sold by then. that our game is to be played
pennant winners in 10 minor Ford said ho lifted the black-1 Oct. 4 as scheduled," said Dr.
league seasons, yesterday was out "because of the importance Marion Henry, Prairie View fac-
named manager of the New of the first game in the sta- ulty representative.
York Mets. dium.' But Grambling checked into a
Frazier, 52, succeeds Roy Mc- Portland, Ore., motel Friday
Millan, who was named interim 1 L n ambles afternoon, apparently intent on
manager on Aug. 6 after Yogi !Grumblnggplaying there instead.
Berra was fired. NEW ORLEANS - Top-!
Berra was replaced the fol- ranked small college power Blgarian lift
lowing day by Roy McMillan, Grambling University ignored aB al
who accepted the job on an -in- ruling by its conference com- SOFIA, Bulgaria - Bulgarian
term basis. Under McMillan, missioner and reported for a weightlifter George Todorov set
the Mets were 26-27, and he football game with Oregon State! a world record for the 132-pound
was not asked to return as man- University, a Prairie View A&M weight class Friday when he
ager. spokesman said Friday. snatched 281 pounds in an in-
The bull-shouldered, soft-spok- Through a mixup, Gram- ternational tournament at Var-
en Frazier said he occasionally bling was scheduled to play na, the Bulgarian news agency
is confused with the ex-world both Prairie View and Port- BTA reported.
heavyweight boxing champion. -
"I've gotten a few phone callsI
in Tulsa - his home, about
wanting to fight," he said with
a laugh. PI"_,ii ff fiov pr

e neye
Irish have averaged 280 yard
on the ground in their firs
three games, two of whic
were against Big Ten oppc
nents, Northwestern and Pi
due.
In last week's 31-7 troinci
of Northwestern, Notre Dan
needed sophomore quarterba
Joe Montana to come off t]
bench to boost the sputterii
offense. Montana completed s
out of 11 passes for 80 yar
and one touchdown.
Meanwhile, in East Lansin
the Spartans exploded again
North Carolina State, 37-1
Quarterback Charlie Bag;gett r;
14 times and gained 113 yard
including a touchdown. Convej
ed to tslback, Levi Jacks,
hauled the ball 21 times for 1
yards and three touchdowns.
The Buckeyes, who are ranl
ed first by UPI and secon
by AP, meet the UCLA Bruin
in Los Angeles. UCLA is 19t
according to UPI and 13th h
the AP.
Quarterback John Sciarra w
5 for 12 for 63 yards but tinre
three interceptions. A should
t injury, suffered two weeks ac
prevented him from throwing
all during the week of prepar
tion for Air Force.
The Bruins claim that th
aren't too worried about Arch
Griffin, since they feel any go

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Coach Woody Hayes invent-
ed the "four T's" as the key
to this game. The T's are time,

week,
its first
Notre

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at
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ruggmed
tailback should gain at least In Ti
100 yards with the number of Wildcat
carries he gets. However, they zona,v
added, Griffin does have a con- hostsP
siderable amount of talent. easedI

day,
ucson, the battle of the
ts will take place. Art
which is ranked 17th,
Northwestern. Arizona
by Wyoming 14-0, last
but Northwestern lost
;t eme of the season to
Dame, 31-7.

temperature, turf, and team. Dean Schock, a reserve full-
The time means the game will hack. scored both touchdowns
be played at twilight hours, for Arizona in the win over
which is a difficult time to Wvomine. Northwestern scored
see. The Buckeyes have been first in its loss to Notre Tame
practicing in 40 degree weVth- byt coldn't contain the Irish
er all week, but the tempera- offense.
ture at game time will 'urob- Indiana, which smeared Utah
ably be between 85 and 90 de- last week, 31-7, travels to North
grees. This will be the first Carolina State. The Wolf-iack
game since the Rose Bowl that wqs bombed by Michigan State
Ohio State has rlayed on real 3'-15.
sod, pl'is the Buckeyes hive The Hoosiers are led by quar-
only practiced one day this terba-k Terry Jones, who passed
week on actual grnss. Tha for 291 vards and three touch
term is how well the Bucks downs. All three scoring strikes
play. were to split end Trent Smock.
Third ranked Southern CaliI The nasses covered 43, 16, 3and
fornia will clash with the Hawk- 80 vards.
eves in iowa. Last week, USC Kansas, winner over Oregon,
got by Purdue 19-6, while Penn, 20-0, will p 1 a y at Madison
State crunched Iowa, 30-10. .aainst the Badgers, who were
The Trojans have two injuries edged by Missouri, 27-21.
to starters on the offensive Illinois is at home ready to
squad. Quarterback Vince Evans battle Washington State. The
is out with a bruised thumb and Illiri were slaughtered last
center Jeff Flood will not rlay week by sixth-ranked Texas
because of stretched knee liga- A&M, 53-13. Washington State
ments. Rob Hertel will get the also had a poor showing, as
call at quarterback, and Mike Cflifornia knocked them off,
Cordell will replace Flood. 33-21.
Miami of Ohio defeated Ball
State 35-28 last week. Ths Red-
skins from the Mid-Americlan
I Ia Conference challenge the Boiler-
day makers. Purdue has yet to win
this year, with its most recent
"Close games favor the Reds loss coming from USC, 19-6.
bCasewesn stalonthem," The Gonhers will play the
because we can stealon a em, Bobcats of Ohio University. Mm-
said Morgan, who has been th nesota edged Oregon, 10-7, while
hub of the Big Red Machine at-| Ohio was squeaking past Kent
tack since his arrivals fromState, 23-21
Houston four years ago.

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PONTIAC, Mich. - Detroit
Lions' owner William Clay Ford
has lifted the local television!
blackout for Monday night's Na-
f tional Football League game
:::: I:against the Dallas Cowboys -
the inaugural game in the $55.7-
million domed Pontiac Stadium.
Although figures were not
announced, it was believed all
AP Photo but about 2,000 of the 80,400
Charley Finley wants you! tickets for the game had been
ehare'~tsold by Friday night. The
Blue pomen wade by OSU
sc1
splash to eras ing 1-w4 o

From Wire Service Reports
The Oakland A's, loaded with
post - season experience, launch
a bid for another title today as
favorites over the Boston Red
Sox in the American League's
championship series.
Although they need little help,
the A's got a big boost in a
workout at Fenway Park yes-
terday when right-handed slug-
ger JoeRudi tested his injur-
ed left hand in a batting drill.
"I FEEL GOOD and think
I'm able to play" Rudi said af-
ter some lusty hitting against
Oakland pitching coach Wes
Stock.
The Red Sox who beat the
odds in winning the AL East
championship, romped through
another workout, determined to
spoil the A's bid for a fourth
consecutive W o r l d Series
crown.
BOSTON MA N A G R
Darrell Johnson said: "Every-
one is ready to go. Everyone
looks sharp. Now we just have
to play the game."
The A's also were loose in
their workout. There was no
sign of internal problems so
characteristic of the team in the

take, we have to capitalize,,':::::<.::
veteran slugger Reggie Jackson
said. "We just don't want to
beat ourselves. If we get beat-
en, we lose. But we don't want
to ln by b ating oxrelves_" ®1*J L/j

to Lose y Deming u sir. fru
Oakland Manager Alvin Dark THE BEST-of-five series op-
ignored Fenway Park's short NIGHT EDITORS ens at Cincinnati with lefthand-
left field wall by naming left- ED LANGE ers Don Gullett, 15-4, and Jerry
hander Ken Holtzman, 18-14 TOM CAMERON _ Reuss, 18-11, dueling in the
with a 3.14 earn run average, to dusk. Both games in Cincinnati
pitch the opener of the gest-of- said Morgan as the Reds re- f are scheduled for 4 p.m. start-
five series. hearsed for today's opening ing times, a fact that causes
The Red Sox will send veter- game of the National League i c o n s i d e r a b 1 e conster-
an right-hander Luis Tiant, also playoffs, adding that whenever nation among hitters and field-
18-14 with a 4.02 ERA, to the you give the Pirates an open-
mound against Holtzman. Pla- ing "the next thing you know ers.
gued by back trouble in a vain they have seven straight hits." A lot is going to depend on
bid for his third consecutive 20- h othe shadows," s a i d Mor-
victory season, Tiant finished "We have to guard against gan, who hit .327 this year.
i the regular season strong. He getting ont or two outs and
threw a shutout in his last start than letting down," he said.
t against Cleveland last Friday.
* * * M O R G A N AGREES thatl

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TONITE!
9:30 P.M.-2 A.M.
HEADWIND
appearinq at the
Golden Falcon
314 S. FOURTH ST.
near Liberty
FUNKY JAZZ
DANCING

By PAUL CAMPBELL

off a dozen goals before the

Michigan 13, Ohio State 4., Buckeyes scored again.
The score has a nice ring to it. Alan McClatchey, a fresh-
But before you start wondering man from Scotland, opened
if you have been in a prolongedj the Wolverne scoring at 4:43
coma and today is really Nov. on a looping shot from the left
23, you should know that the side. Before the end of the
score is the result of last night's period, Gordon Downie and
Michigan water polo game. Ric Pepper added goals for
"I was extremely pleasedg.
with o u r performance to- Coach Issac explained the dif-
night," commented coach Stu ficulties his team encountered
Issac after tm game. His en- at the outset. "They (Ohio
thusiasm was understandable. State) surprised us by coming
For all but three minutes of out in a zone. Actually, they
the game, the Wolverines dom- could have easily scored five
inated with close checking goals against us on those break-
and consistent penetration. aways. But we adjusted well,
and it is good to have to face
The Buckeyes, who had only a zone." Issac expects a simi-
been in the water one time pre- lar zone from arciirival In-
viously this year due to la,_in of diana.
facilities, opened up strong. McClatchey broke the ice for
John Chass and Dave Kutcher the Wolverines in the second
each scored breakaway goals to peirod also, scoring less than

,

per added his second goal and
freshman Pete Maude scored
his first goal as a Wolverine
to round out the third period
scoring.
Each team scored two goals
in the final period, as coach
Issac substituted freely. "I was
very happy with the play of the
subs," said Issac, noting that
"after all, Pete Maude (two
goals) never played polo before
he came here, and Kevin Cullen
has only been playing goal for
a week."
Cullen, playing the whole
game in place of a resting Jim
Firestone, was very effective
in stopping the Buckeyes' in-
frequent assaults. His counter-
part for Ohio State, Melcomb,
was also very tough. He made
20 saves, an extremely high
amount for a water polo
game. Without his efforts, the

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Reds vs Rucs
Joe Morgan, chief generator
of excitement for Cincinnati's
on-rushing Reds, shivered in the
chill of wind - whipped River-
front Stadium and paid cool re-
spect to the Pittsburgh Pirates.

r E I.- r m m n n 77 Tt J" TT e..at

past.
IF ANYBODY MAKES a mis- hit you to death if they can,"

power will play a more domi-
nant role than pitching, but he
thinks Cincinnati's speed could1
prove a pivotal factor.
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$2.50
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Weekend
FRI.-SAT.
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STEVE LEDFORD
AND THE
Ledford String Band
Mairer and Ledford were the
leadina string band of the

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CONFERENCE ALL GAMES
W L T W L T Pct.
1 0 0 1 0 2 1.000
1 0 0 3 0 0 1.000
1 0 0 2 1 0 .667
1 0 0 2 1 0 .667

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