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October 21, 1975 - Image 8

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Page Eight

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TONIGHT-Tuesday, Oct. 21
First of the Antoine Doinel trilogy, 400 BLOWS 3
is a drama of the young boy turned outcast.
Not loved at home or wanted at school, he sinks
into a private and fugitive existence. Jean-
Pierre Leaud as Antoine Doniel. French with
English subtitles.
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By LEBA HERTZ honor, Lews broke his arm in a
Each year, Michigan football pre-season scrimmage game. E
fans flock into the stadium and Coach Bo Schembechler wasI
see two players lead the pre- forced to name a new captain'r
game exercises and march to for the offensive squad, andx
the center of the field for the opted for tailback Gordon Bell.
coin toss. But there is more to "I WAS PLEASED when
beng a captain than just ap- Coach Schembechler designated
pearing on the field. . me" said Bell "I can help the
This year, the Wolverines teams and take up the slack for
boast three captains-two elec- Kirks
ted and one designated. Wolf- "Naturally the team was
man Don Dufek and right guard shocked when Kirk was hurt,"
Kirk Lewis were chosen by their he continued "You expect in-
teammates to captain the squad.hjcrisuedwsourpecthat
Shortly after learning of the furies, but I was surprised that,
________of all people, it was Kirk. I'm
glad to help pick up for him."1
"I like Kirk and Gordon. We
work real well together," said
1iDufek. "When Kirk was injured,
I couldn't have possibly felt as1
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"IT'S HIS SENIOR year and
everybody expects big things his
last year. He's reaching a cli-
mactic end and facing his best
possible memories."
"I get along real well with
the other captains," said Lewis,
"but I really hate not playing.
It hurts me everytime we play.
I'm supposed to show leadership
and I have nothing to show for
it on the field."
All of the captains agree on
one common aspect of the job
-a captain must display lead-
ership. But each added differ-
ing insights to the role.
"We should promote unity
among the ranks," said Dufek,
"it's necessary to keep everyone
conscious and spirited. I don't
ike to yell and scream. Some-

sparks £
We're around to have someone goal after the season is to get,
to go to, when down. We can my degree (Bell is a business l
act as go-betweens. I administration major in LSA).
"The coaches and captains The pros are in the back of
can run to each other if there my mind right now."
are any problems. We can pro- Presently, Dufek only wants
vide a bridge. But the bridge { to be himself." I just want to
is not a real great one at to the best I can. I want to;
Michigan. have fun and try to keep a.
BOTH LEWIS and Dufek feel good attitude. I don't like things
that being selected captain by to be a drag. If I'm not having
their teammates is a great ac- i fun I don't want to play.
"I didn't expect to be elec- "If I can incorporate things:
ted captain," said Dufek," I to have fun, make myself a
was deeply honored." winner, and play the best I
"When selected, I was really can, everything will fall into
elated," said Lewis. "To me it's place.
the greatest honor bestowed on "For the future, I'd like to
an athlete. This was a selection play professional football most
made by the guys you're with likely. My long range future is
day i and day out. up in the air. I can't even fore-
"It's a lot greater than being see that far.
chosen All-American. The peo- "THIS YEAR, I'm going to
ple selecting don't know w hat de I Sit E A y,., cke.i'oi bet
it's all about. It's the greatest definitely play hockey. I'll be
thing anyone can receive in the a little late if there's a Bowl
. -- ! ad ninr ames_ but I've talk- r


ing each year, can put you out
of a job. I realize that now,
since I had my injury. I really
enjoy the game and as long as
I can play I'd like to play."
After being at Michigan for
four years, the captains have all
had plenty of time to be with
the. man who has had the most
influence on them - Coach
Lewis probably speaks for all
the seniors when he says:
"I have the highest respect
for the man. Both in football
and as a person. His dedication
impresses me. He sacrifices for
the team.
In addition he really cares
about his players and their lives.
He doesn't treat you like a piece
of meat and throw you out. He
emphasizes to us to get that
degree - you're no good if you
don't get it. I'm glad he harps
on that . Not everybody can play
pro ball.

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oad as him. But it lefttme with times I'm forced to, but mainly
an empty feeling in my stom- I like to show leadership by
ach- uexample on the field."
BELL FEELS a captain
should be a morale booster.
'"A captain has to keep a
team up. He needs to keep. up
chatter, set a good example,
F4and exhibit leadership."
While Lewis agrees that lead-
ership is necessary, he adds
a little more to the concept.
"At Michigan the leadership
provided by the captains is
slightly different. Bo tries to
have all the seniors exhibit the
necessary leadership. If the sen-
ior class exhibits this leader-
ship,you'll have a successful


country, being named captain at
Michigan - my name with the
great captains of the past."
LIKE THE REST of the sen-
iors, the captains must set goals
for themselves - both for the
present and the future.
"I guess I want to do bet-
ter than last year, 1 have to
improve," Bell said. "I can't
just stay the same. My first

an sHI gaiu u vLarr---°'
ed with (Hockey Coach Dan) Anybody can be successful un-
Farrell and he says it's fine.": der Bo. *I guess it's the old
"MY LIFETIME goal is to be cliche - football builds char-
a physician," Lewis continues, acter. Football makes men ma-
"If I can get an opportunity ture. People laugh, but I think
to play pro football I probably it's true. Playing with Bo gives
would. It's not a had deal, but perspectives in the development
it's not a profession. Those who of the person. A person develops
think it is are fools. The chance intellectually as well as physi-
of injury and younger guys com- cally and socially."


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1. Indiana at
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2. Illinois at Mich. State
3. Minnesota at Iowa
4. Northwestern at
5. Ohio State at Purdue
6. Baylor at Texas A&M

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8. California at UCLA
9. Dartmouth at Harvard
10. Temple at Delaware
11. Duke at Florida
12. Kentucky at Georgia
13. Oklahoma St. at Kansas

14. South Carolina at LSU
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Michigan's Varsity Reserve
gridders came to life with three
second-half touchdowns to down
an enthusiastic Western Michi-
gan reserve squad 21-10 in Mich-
igan Stadium yesterday.
Wolverine quarterback Stacy
Johnson scored on a two yard
run and handed off to fullback
Kevin King for a 37-yard score
as the Wolverines overcame a
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first win of the season.;
Jeff Lawley added Michigan'sj
final points on a five-yard dash
late in the final period.I
A sparse crowd of 100 watch-
ed the Wolverines rebound
from a sluggish, turnover-
ridden first half performance
in the season's first home JV
"We just don't get fired up.
for these Mid-American Confer-'
ence teams, although the differ-1
ence (in quality) isn't that
great," Michigan coach Dennis
Brown said. "But Western look-
ed good in the first half andr
they controlled the ball well. I
"We suffer from a lack of
coaching and that leads to mis-
takes," Brown continued. "Wei
just don't have enough time to1

work on things like our passing
Michigan failed to complete a
pass during the game.
The Wolverines started off
early in the third quarter, re-
covering a fumble on the
Broncos' 30 on the first scrim-
mage play. Johnson then
scooted 20 yards to the two on
a long third down and eight
situation. He took the ball
over on the next play to give
Michigan a permanent lead.
King scored the eventual win-
ning touchdown on Michigan's
next drive following a missed
Bronco field goal attempt.
The Wolverines threatened to
add a fourth score when they
recovered a fumble deep in
Bronco territory, but then lost
a fumble themselves on the
Western eight with ten seconds
left in the game.
Western's scores came on a
25-yard field goal by Van Popple
and a four yard run by Dan
Michigan's JV's, who dropped
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against Bowling Green Octobe
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