100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 07, 1975 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1975-10-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Tuesday, October 7, 1975

THE M!CHIGAN DAILY

Wage Seven

.I.

.# " . v " . a,;. ,.. :3"." {.;"7r+ ",y >",y'vrJ.' ' "%' ' : ?' "1;" : r:::1ii i?^":::> :":' A :"": :si s'e,'":a '",>"";,">"':>:ti;:: iti r,:e:,?:"''t:
s .' r.{ " ?'. v "..A>'>'S'v:"a 0>" ti4Yr.:"7ti""L,>{ r.. s}::!v;:-0.>'":":."8:"....".".".>..a R":5+:.>{"::":"..,.. o,."."..:.>":.L.v .........a >" . >!." . ".. '> {:":

Some must be
Spectators
Strong passing needed .. .
e eagainst MSU defense
AH, the halcyon days of yesteryear, when the Michigan score
soared into the 30's and beyond, when haplessopponents were
left with naught, when cheerleaders endlessly performed back-
flips off the wall, when fans forgot about the game by the end{
of the first half..
Those days are back again - aren't they?
By what the Wolverines showed Saturday it would seem so.
31-7 over fifth-ranked Missouri. The game pleased everybody but
the cub scouts.
The contest certainly showed the resilience of Michigan's de-
fense and finally exhibited to the home town fans the kind of j
running attack the Wolverines have boasted about.
But all is not peaches and cream at Michigan. Apparent-
ly many of the weaknesses remain unsolved. The Wolver-
ines were fortunate against Missouri in their ability to excel
and exploit their strong points.t
However, a diverse and effective running attack could not
cover up the fact that the Wolverines have not yet shown any
kind of effective passing game.
It is unlikely that Michigan will ever depend greatly on its
passing this year. But in order to keep defenses honest the
Wolverines will have to develop a more consistent passing game.'
This may prove particularly vital against Michigan State
this weekend when the Wolverines face the toughest defense they
will meet all year. Michigan will undoubtedly have to resort to
aerials repeatedly to sustain an attack against the Spartans.
Thus far, the collective quarterbacking of Rick Leach and
Mark Itlzinga has produced only, 14 completions in 48 at-
tempts, and seven interceptions. That's less than one com-
pletion for every three attempts and at least one interception
every seven times the ball is in the air.

PONTIAC DEBUT

Lions

fall,

DETROIT (UPI) - Second The Young touchdowns nailed
year running b a c k Charles Detroit with its first loss of the
Young and wide receiver Drew season and gave Dallas its third
Pearson each scored two second win in as many tries.
half touchdowns last night to The other Cowboy running
lead the Dallas Cowboys to a back, Robert Newhouse, came
36-10 National Football League up with a halfback option pass
victory over the Detroit Lions, that clicked for a 46-yard touch-
spoiling the Lions' debut in their down to Pearson.
new $55.7 million stadium.
Pearson three minutes later
Detroit had taken its first and;piked a 37-yard tou n as
only lead of the game, 10-9, at out of the air after Johnson had
5:47 of the third quarter before tipped it.
Dallas went to work. The Cowboy defense firmed

i
F
f
n

36-10
times in the game for a total
of 84 yards in losses.
The Lions did not convert a
third down play for a first down
until 11 minutes were left in the
game.
Johnson was burned f -r long
gainers all night.
An interference call against
Johnson set up a 21-yard field
goal by Toni Fritsch.
Fritsch also kicked field goals
of 29 and 39 yards to offset a
21-yard field goal by Detroit's
Errol Mann and give Dallas a
19-3 halftime edge.

The Lions' touchdown came
on a fourth down pass of seven
yards from quarterback Greg
Landry to running back Dexter

up in the second half and
wound up sacking Landry 11

DALLAS COWBOYS Mel Renfro and Detroit Li m Briwe Jarvis
Cowboys 36-16 win last night. The Dallas victory spoiled Detr
Stadium.

Blue

f eld,

i-ioC

4drian2-1, 14lI

By MICHAEL WILSON

Left inner Cindy Lawson fired;
Turnovers pop up often a hard shot past Adrian goalie
Paula Siferd with only 45 sec-
This demonstrates another problem the Wolverines have yet onds remaining in the game to
to solve -turnovers. Seven interceptions and five lost fumbles give the Michigan field hockey
in four games. That's three per game for Bo Schembechler's team a 2-1 win over the Bull-
team. Last year's Michigan team had only one turnover at this dogs yesterday.
The victory, the first of th~i
point in the season. ; season, was a long time coming
It's hard to knock a defense that held Missouri to a mere sev- E for the Wolverines, who lost
en points, but Michigan continues to give a lot of ground on the their first two starts of the sea-
son to Albion and Eastern Mich-
short pass. ia.
Sigan.
Opponents have averaged 141 yards per game against Michi- "I'm real pleased," said a
gan, mostly on short passes just under the deep Wolverine zone. - - - ---- -
Missouri completed nearly half of its attempts for an average EARNED TEA
gain of 11 yards per completion. l

jubilant coach Phyllis Ocker af-z
ter the game. "They're finally
beginning to jell."
TIE GAME becan as an in-!
stant replay of Michigan's twoj
previous losses. Adrian came out
on the offensive, and five min-
otes into the contest, <)awn
Kohut slapped a rising shot past
the sprawling Michigan gaalie,
Shellee Almoquist.
Kohut received the ball on a
corner and had a clear path to
the net, beating Almquist an the
right side.

B ussey.
Young plunged over from a
yard out with 3:03 left in the
third quarter and then went
AP Photo 42 yards to haul in a Roger
dive after a loose ball in the Staubach pass for a touch-
oit's home opener in Pontiac down over Levi Johnson's
corner.
Recipe #
S MW
A 1-tmutegoal ORADO
But that was as close as Ad-E Adrian defense began to break Add ice to a mixing glass or jelly jar
rian would come the rest of the down. The Michigan offense, led
afternoon. Michigan's defense, by Sylvia Aratakis, Kathy Den- depending on your financial situation.
led by right fullback Roberta nis, and Stephanie 3uttrey, put * Pour in 2 oz. of Jose CuervoTequila.
Zald, continuously thwarted Ad- steady pressure on the Adrian * The juice from half a lime.
rian's offensive thrusts. In the goal.*o
first half alone, Zald individual- Michigan's first goal came * 1 tbsp. of honey.
ly stopped three Adrian break- when Dennis broke clear and * Shake.
awas. raced down the left side of the
OFFENSIVELY, Michigan did field. Without breaking stride, * Strain into a cocktail glass or
everything but manage a shot the speedy winger slapped a peanut butter jar, depending on your
on goal in the first half, keep- hard centering pass toward the financial situation.
ing the play continuously in the front -of the Adrian net, where
A drian zone. freshperson T h e r e s a Hindel
Then in the second hal, the managed to push the ball into
the net behind a confused Siferd. '
Adrian however, fired right
bark down the field and applied
nresslire a g a i n s t Wolverine
goalie Almquist and the rest of
*he Michigan defense. The Bull-
e dogs scored but the goal was
disallowed because the ball was
"Next year, there won't be as ic"identl liftiedito the air
Huh travelling, said Bermn a. bar an unidentified A d r i a n
"It's the first time we ve play d - C Gw
some of these teams, and theiy it lE MICHT GANco palie wasn
usually want to check us out thcommletelv out of positn when:t
and see if we have a good pio- fthe ball hoinced off the tck
gram before they'll wan: to of the Adrian player and into
come here and play us." the vacant Wolverine net. If the
roal had been allowed, Michigan
Michigan has several outstand- would have drooped their third
ing players this year including consecltive game. JOSE CUERVO*TEQUILA.80 PROOF.
fullback Craig Kauffman, an All- The Wolverines, however. re- IMPORTEDAND BOTTLED BY (01975, HEUBLEIN, INC., HARTFORD.CONM.
State sophomore f r o m New ,Wered quickly, marched back
York, Chip Fowler, an All-Mid- down the field, and kent the
west freshman from Nebraska, hall in the Adrian zone for the
and Bob Zack, a junior playing final five minutes of the game
fullback. beforce forcing the ball nas- the If yOu covet
Saturday the team travels to halenuered Adrian goalie in the

STATUS:

Oppposing quarterbacks are often aided by Michigan's three
man rush as linebackers and ends drop back to cover. This gives
the passer all the time he needs to find a receiver.
Fortunately for the Maize and Blue the Spartans, from

Mhakk0

what they have shown, may not be able to put up much of By MARYBETH DILLON University vans, the team also
a passing attack. The Michigan soccer team ended up driving their own
MSU couldn't complete a pass against Notre Dame Saturday, battled Purdue to a scoreless cars to Purdue.
winning the game 10-3 mainly on the strength of its defense and tie Sunday, necessitating two "The bureaucracy is unbeliev-
a 76-yard run by Tyrone Wilson. additional ten-minute periods able," Berman said. "The whole
which failed to break the dead- priority sy :- is screwed up.
The 'Michigan defense should be able to contain the Spartans. lock. Goalie Richard Mathews Wha'. oeipratta 0
IIlc.GaleRcad ahw hatrs more important than 60E
posted the shutout for te Wol- guys who want to play socccr"
K lck Off time undecided verines. The soccer team has received:
Michigan has an 0-2-1 record I an allotment of $500 so far this
Depending on the outcome of the American League playoffs thus far after losing to Oakland fall. About 60 individuals proc-
Lndg nsin wu m star atheitern 12g50 or y:50. Te3-1, and to Central Michigan 2-1. tice, although the roster sub-
the game in East Lansing will start at either 12:50 or 3:50. The "This year we're a little mitted to the NCAA included 23
playoffs, if Oakland wins tonight and tomorrow, will not be different-we're a team," said players. Only 20 make road
decided until Thursday. student cach Steve Berman, trips. The players also have to
If ABC television has the power to manipulate the start- a transfer student from Uni- buy their own uniforms at 512
ing ,time of the Michigan-Michigan State game at this late versity of Vermont. "We've a piece.
date, then maybe the power of the networks is getting out lust been recognized by the "I figure it would tpke about
of hand. NCAA. We got recommenda- $2,000, without a coach, to run
tions from two other teams. a good program," commented
Bo Schembechler, at yesterday's , press luncheon, had some You have to show you play a Berman.
remarks about the situation, demanding in effect that the time decent schedule. Including the Michigan Tour-
be settled immediately. I"We're not a varsity team, nament at Dearborn, the tea-n
but now we're a team, not a I lays 11 games this fall. AH milt
"Under no circumstances will I let Roone Arledge dictate ru, now werat n thr plays e ae ti fal A
when we start the game." said Bo. "Who the hell is going to The team has run into a fewmaking the program more e x
watch baseball when Michigan is playing Michigan State? problems due to a lack of com- pensive.
"It's ridiculous to let ABC do that. It should never happen." munication with the athletic de-
Unfortunately it may be out of Bo's hands but his point is partment. Several times the - ?
valid. It's unfair to the players who have to prepare for the players have arrived to practice:
game and the fans who have paid to watch. on the Tartan turf, only to dis-: -
If Boston wins the playoffs and the game starts at 3:50, it placed, lines were being ie T
may not end before sunset. It could be the first Michigan-Michi- painted, or the lights were off.
gan State game called on account of darkness. I After a mix-up in obtaining
d a

BILL BOARD
There will be an IM Cross
Country Meet at 4:30 today at
the Golf Course. Students, fac-
ulty and staff are invited.

final Mimi~te.

i

Overall, Michigan outshot Ad-
rian 7 to 5, with all of Mich-
ian's sho"s on goal coming in
the second half.
Michigan takes its one-game
winning streak to Kalamazoo
Olis Friday, where it faces
We'itern Minhigan n an after-
nof'n contest.

MICHIGAN UNION

the best; you can
afford to have it.
HP-21. This scientific calculator weighs a mere
6 ounces and slips effortlessly into your shirt
pocket. Though smaller than most, it solves a
remarkable range of problems. All the basic
arithmetic and scientific functions... including
logarithmic and trigonometric calculations. Choose
degree or radian mode. Polar/rectangular
coordinate conversion. A separate addressable
memory with full register arithmetic. Automatic
decimal point positioning capability with selective
round-off. It even spells ("E-r-r-o-r") when you've
asked it to do the impossible! Includes accessories
and of course, Hewlett-Packard's uncompromising
quality. $125.00.

I 'roM

t,

r;)

Ir

J
91I //I

I

HP-21
From HEWLETT-PACKARD, manufacturers of
the most advanced, quality calculators
in the industry.

ON

F '7
._ y h a

UAC Concert Co-op Presents
IWI~m RI

/

FOLLETT'S
Michigan Bookstore

BUDDY GUY-JUNIOR WELLS BAND
ROBERT PETE WILLIAMS

332 S. STATE

662-6594

U

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan