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=r#doy, October 1 Of 1975

THE MICHIGAN bAILY

Doge Nine

FACE SHOWDOWN SATURDAY

part
By ANDY GLAZER
The Michigan State Spartans
have bounced back - brilliant-!
ly.
Just four weeks ago they were
left for dead following a crush-
ing 21-0 defeat at the hands of
Ohio State. But three straightI
wins have vaulted the Spar-
tans into position to make their
1975 season a resounding suc-
cess.
If they can beat Michigan.
The oddsmakers seem to
think they have a shot, mak-
ing the Wolverines mere
three point favorites, despite
their, impressive win over
Missouri a week ago.,
Evidently someone out there
thinks Michigan State has a lot
of horsepower.
That horsepower, on offense,
consists mainly of tight end
Mike Cobb, left guard Greg
Croxton, right tackle Tony
Bruggenthies, quarterback
Charlie Baggett and tailback
Levi Jackson.
Cobb, a junior who has been
starting for the past two years,
has caught only nine passes
during that stretch. Two of
those came this year. He's 6-5,
241 and is a fine blocker.
Croxton, a 6-0, 229 senior, and
Bruggentheis, a 6-3, 268 junior,
open a lot of holes, and Crox-
ton is a very possible all-Big
Ten choice. But their mates in

ans
the front line
nearly as effecti
Tom Cole, center
right guard Ray
haven't been b
out, and it show

try to stretch string

haven't been been miserable.
ve. Left tackle Defensively, the Spartans
r Al Pitts and smile when you speak of left
Spencer just tackle Larry Bethea, right tac-
lowing people kle Greg Schaum, weak safety
ws in Spartan Tom Hannon and strong safety

Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
MICHIGAN STATE quarterback Charlie Baggett (16) tries to elude Michigan substitute middle
guard Rick Koschalk (92) in action from last year's 21-7 victory over the Spartans. All-Big Ten
middle guard Tim Davis will lead the Wolverine pursuit in this year's contest.

TAKES ALUMNI POST:

Carter
By BILL STIEG ments ft
Assistantabasketball c o a c h will be.
Richard Carter is leaving the I N t
team to assume a position in ments,C
Michigan's Alumni Association, tional As
the Daily has learned. Coaches
Head coach John Orr is ex- ecutive
pected to announce Monday the squad li
hiring of two new assistant mer.
coaches to replace Carter and Aiming
Jim Dutcher, who left Michigan limited
in August to become Minne- ers, and
sota's head coach. ten. Th
Detals concerning Carter's meeting3
new position are as yet unavail- ask the
able. The job reportedly offers ruling un
opportunities for travel and a in Janua
higher salary. coaches
I their cas
"B I R D" C A R T ER "What
joined Michigan's -coaching dividual
staff in 1972, when former as- for then
sistant Fred Snowden left to suit up,s
coach Arizona. Carter played ferencer
basketball for Michigan for two ridiculou
seasons, graduating in 1970. how man
In the past three seasons, Car- know ea
ter has been primarily responsi-,
ble for recruiting, academic T H E
counseling and coaching the worrieda
Varsity Reserve team. players a
In the shake-up, assistant tice with
coach Bill Frieder is expected jury, for
to coach the varsity with Orr. vent the
The two new coaches will scout, five-on-fi
recruit, and coach the VR's. An inj
There have been no indica- ; a weeke
tions as to who the replace- I cessitate

or Carter and Dutcher
0 T H E R develop-
Orr indicated the Na-
ssociation of Basketball
will ask the NCAA Ex-
Committee to waive
nits enacted this sum-,
to cut costs, the NCAAF
home teams to 13 play-
d traveling squads to
e basketball coaches,
last weekend, voted to
NCAA to waive the
ntil the'annual meeting
ary. At that time the
would like to present
se.
we want is for the in-
institutions to decide
mselves how many to
still staying within con-
rules," said Orr. "It's
s for them to tell us
ny to take - they don't
ch school's situation."

s cage os taf
er, nullifying any economic sav- last season.
ings.
"The big thing is fouls," adds R E C R U I T S with the
Frieder. "You might end up team .are Phil Hubbard, Rickey
with four guys playing, and the Green (a junior college trans-
rest fouled out. It could hap- fer), Alan Hardy, Tom Staton1
pen." The coaches' request is and Bobby Jones.
pending. Len Lillard and Bill Lelich,
The Wolverines have been VR players most of last year,
practicing for nearly a month and Tim Jones (injured last
on their own. Official practice year) are also practicing.
starts next Wednesday, the 15th. Rounding out the roster are
Seventeen players are cur- 'veterans Wayman Britt, Steve
rently working out. Several are
newcomers to the varsity, in- Grote, John Robinson, Joel
cluding transfers Edgar Burch Thompson, Dave Baxter, Don
and Tom Bergen, who sat out Johnston and Lloyd Schinnerer.

rushing averag
Baggett r
pre - seasona
the best quar
country," pr
coach Denny
three games,
country's 'bes
shapes up as
best the Wolve
ed this year.
Both Stanf
dova and Miss
sarkiewicz are
seasons than Bz
etteville, North
has completed
this year - nir
and six to the
he's averaging
yards a carry
Still, Baggett
plenty of exper
be regarded as
turn to his old
Anyone who
football on TV
Levi Jackson's
down run agai
least 26 times.
out that run it
a fine season fc
back - switchec
Jackson re
stay of the St
year, having g
so far. But hi
age is only 3.6
while excellen
is not as awe
back.
The fullback
shared by sop
ley and senior
Wilson scamper
in the fourth qi
to set up th
touchdown agai
State s runni
fore, is in fairl,
But with Bag
and two inexp
ers, Dane Fo
Gibson, the pa
Red
By The Ass
BUFFALO -
Buffalo's 33-yea
registered his
Hockey Leagu
night as the Sat
season with a
the Detroit Re
Detroit goalt
erford, however
busiest perform
after difficult sa
the opening pe
with 41 saves t
The Sabres,
erford with 2
opening peric
score only onc
goal on a lone
Robert. Buff
chances during

es. Tom Graves. There
eceived much ing weaknesses any
attention. "He's Bethea, a 6-4, 236
terback in the and Schaum, a 6-3,
oclaimed State anchor a very toi
Stoltz. After line. Both should be
though,, the for post season hon

are no glar-!
where. I
sophomore,
, 243 senior,'
Ugh . interior
e candidates
hors.

has been the brightest point for
the Spartan specialty teams.
The Dane has on all sevenetaoin
The Dane has hit on all seven
of his extra point tries and
four of six field goals, includ-
ing a 47 yarder.
The State kick returners
could be doing better. As a
team they have averaged a mis-
erable 12.9 yards on kickoff
returns, and a respectable 7.2
on punts.

bacle, State did beat Miami of
Ohio, North Carolina State and,
most impressively, Notre Dame.
But Miami's kicker had an aw-
ful day, and Notre Dame fum-
bled six times, losing three.
State has been good enough
to take advantage of what's
been offered them, and Michi-
gan has been making more mis-
takes than in most years. But
Michigan has a definite defen-
sive edge. It should make for

t The man who plays between Following the Ohio State de- a very interesting game.
only the third them, middle guard Tom Stan- -- ----- -
erines have fac- dle, is no slouch hither. At 5-9, -_.___."-
196, Standle approximates
ord's Mike Cor- Michigan's Tim Davis in height QUAL ITY COTTON
ouri's Steve Pi- and weight, if not in strength a
having better and quickness.
aggett. The Fay- The defensive ends were
SCarolina native supposed to be a State strong-
15 of 22 passes point this year, but when all- NEW SHIPMENT IN
ne to teammates Big Ten performer Otto
opposition. And S m i t h was injured against
less than three Ohio State, the ends and the
rushing. defense in general suffered
is a senior with a crippling blow.
ience, and has to Now the ends are Rich
a threat to re-, Washington, a 6-4, 208 senior, I - '
form. and Craig Fedore, who at 6-1,
watches college 202 is a converted linebacker
has now seen and probably too small for the
88 yard touch- position. They're both good,
nst Ohio State at but neither is an Otto Smith.
But even with- State's secondary suffered a
would have been tough blow last week when
or the junior full- cornerback Mike Imhoff was!
d- to - tailback. knocked out for the season. Jun-I
mains a main- ior John Breslin, who moves
:ate offense this into his corner position, lacks
gained 319 yards experience. The Spartans will
is rushing aver- have to depend heavily on the
, and his speed, work of Hannon and ,Graves,
t for a fullback, who might be one of the four or
some for a tail- five best sophomores in the
country -- at any position.
position will be The other corner is manned -
iomore Jim Ear- by Joe Hunt, a 5-9 175 junior,
Tyrone Wilson. and the linebacker spots by;
red 76 yards late Paul Rudzinski (6-1, 219), and!"9
ruarter last week Kim Rowekamp (6-2, 238).
e game-winning State's specialty teams
inst Notre Dame. have been, well, bad. Punter
ing game, there-I John Powers Is only averag- fo
y capable hands ing 34.2 yards, and in a tight
gett's bad year defensive game MSU will be
erienced receiv- giving away 10 yards on ev-
rtney and Kirk ery'exchange of punts.
ssing attack has Placekicker Hans Nielsen
Winsblanked;/$5
abres' Crozier
sociated Press Detroit shorthanded.
- Roger Crozier, The Sabres had several good
r-old goaltender, scoring chances in the secondvr g
30th National serigchilese uthe
e shut-out last ed, ings 12theyoutsanate
bres opened their only one more goal. Jim Lor-
4-0 victory over y d oa.iJm kr
d Wings. entz scored it, skating all the
ene is. th way in and flipping the puck
ader Jim Ruth- over Rutherford after a nice
r,was the game's passing play with Jocelyn Gue-
avr, makig save vremont and Peter McNabe.
ave, especially in
riod. He finished Danny Gare scored Buffalo's 330 S. STATE ST. (Nickels Arcade) 761-6207
o 19 for Crozier. third goal midway through the
peppered Ruth- final period. Don Luce won a
3 shots in the faceoff on the Detroit end and
od, but could sent the puck to Gare, who
e, a power play drilled it into the far corner of
g shot by Rene the net. Luce made it 4-0 with
alo had five a short drive late in the final :::..:: : :
the period with period. ?":.:..o-:: .?. Y

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Arkansas at Baylor
UCLA at Stanford
Kansas at Nebraska
N.C. State at Maryland
Oklahoma State at Missouri
Oklahoma vs. Texas (at
Dallas)
Yale at Brown
West Virginia at Penn State
Air Force at Brigham Young
Texas A&M at Texas Tech

AT IRISH INVITATIONAL

8.Iowa State at Kansas State
19. Washington State at
Blue harriers tune up Sotrfit
20. DAILY LIBELS vs. Beeley
St. Profits
By DAVE WIHAK Elaborating on that statement, at it."
The Michigan cross country he added, "We are really fired As for team standings, the
team treks down to South Bend up. This is our first big' meet harrier mentor figures the Maize___-
today for the Notre Dame Invi- of the* year, so we want a good and Blue will have to place five
tational Meet, and Coach Ron showing." people in the top 20 finishers to 1 S C O R E S
Warhurst is very optimistic "This meet will be a step-off come home with a victory.
about his team's chances. point to gauge how much prog- The Michigan squad will also --"---
"We are going to the meet ress we've made thus far," com- participate in an open meet to NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
with the idea of winning it all," nented Warhurst, "and will de- be held immediately after the Iuontreal 4, Boston 4
said Warhurst, "but at the same termie what we have to do in team ivitational. Two more Buffalo 4, Detroit 0
time we want to take a look at the weeks ahead." 'Wolverines, Mark Foster and, Philadelphia 5, Washington 4
the Wisconsin squad." Last year, Eastern Michigan's Bob Sheper, will run in this one.
b ast year the Wolverine har- David Smith set the course rec- Only individual times will be
riers won the meet in a stun- ord at 23:34, and Warhurst ex- kept for this race.
ning upset over highly favored pects that record to fall this' But for Coach Warhurst, the -
Eastern Michigan, and War- year. Invitational is the one that
hurst would like nothing better "This course is very flat, 'counts.
than to repeat the feat. and thus very conducive to "It shapes up to be a Big Ten
"We want to win that meet fast times," Warhurst said. preview, with us against thej
again, but you can bet the op- "Smith has to rank as favorite Badgers," Warhurst said. "TheI
position will be gunning for us," for the individual honors outcome may not determine who
he stated. "It's going to come again, but Meyer, McGuire will win the Conference title, but
down to who's got it together and Mark Johnson of the it sure will give the winner add-
come 2:00 on Friday." Badgers all have a great shot ed confidence."
Thirty schools will send repre--
sentatives, and the stiffest com-
petition should come from East-
ern Michigan and Wisconsin. Il-
linois may also pose a threat, in ITi
Warhurst's estimations, but he ANN AFR R AREA
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