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Tuesday, O} tober 28, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

es 72 -0
Vngs np surprising
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Fran TarkentonI
baffled Chicago's pass defense'
with a 97-yard drive in the sec-
and period, capped by a 45-yard
scoring strike to Jim Lash, and
Fred Cox boomed two distant
field goals to give the unbeaten
Minnesota Vikings a 13-9 vic-
tory last night over the Chi-
"$ t'.:: .: rt: cs ago Bears.
The nationally televised gfame
{r , :}fi''g;:'"Ywas a showcase for Scramblin-
Fran and he made the most of
it, although one time hescram-
}" bled himself into his end zone
*r ; and was upended for a safety.
..$.t. .ri}}:}r r= >:: ~r:{::>r:: :: s But in the long run - and
:;.;::{~r:,:.};:: m.r.; Tarkenton ran long and far-
it was his scampering under
fire, his accurate passing and
Cox's field goals of 52 and 46
x- yards that kept the Vikings un-
':r : >: {. - ::"': _ "defeated in the National Foot-
dball League an honor the
share only with Cincinnati. The
. victory also gave them a three-
game lead over Detroit in the
National Conference's Central
Division.
The Bears stunned Minne-
sota by taking a 7-0 first-
quarter lead, scoring with
:yjust 2:16 gone in the game
'when Mike Adamle barreled
in for a touchdown on a draw
play. It followed safety Craig
. Clemons' recovery of a Chuck
: Foreman fumble.
On the Vikings' second play
following the kickoff, Foreman
was hit by linebacker Doug
"- Buffone and Clemons pounced
on the ball on the Minnesota 16-
yard line.
Adamle lost two yards on the.
first carry, swept around right
AP Photo end for four on the next play,
MINNESOTA VIKINGS' Alan Page (88) and Jeff Siemon (50) haul down Chicago Bears' run- then scored on the draw. He
ning back Mike Adamle (20) for a two yard loss in the first quarter of NFL action last night was hit at the four-yard line
in Chicago. The Vikings went on to win the nationally televised game 13-9, to remain unde- and literally cartwheeled into
feated. The win also gave them a three game lead over Detroit in the Central Division. the end zone.
FORMER U-D ASSISTANT

Bears
Rookie Bob Thomas added
the extra point for the 7-0 lead.
The Vikings charged back,
getting as close as the Chicago
24-yard line on a drive high-
lighted by a Tarkenton-to-John
Gilliam screen play for 27
yards and a Tarkenton-to-Jim
Lash pass over the middle for
30 more.
But Tarkenton later stum-
bled and fell while setting up
for another pass and was
thrown for a 12-yard loss that
left the ball on the Chicago
36 and eventually forced a
punt.
Virgil Livers took the kick on
his own five and returned it to.
the 31. From there, another
Adamle draw gained 10 yards
and a Roland Harper sweep
around left end gained 15 in a
march that moved the Bears to
the Minnesota 22.
But the quarterback wasI
sacked by defensive tackle.
Doug Sutherlandeforan eight
yard loss. The drive stalled and
Thomas' 44-yard field goal at-
tempt was deflected by defen-
sive tackle Alan Page.
The Vikings stormed back to
take a 10-7 halftime lead 'on
Fred Cox' 52-yard field goal
with 5:38 left in the second per-
iod and Tarkenton's 45 - yard
touchdown pass to Lash with
1:57 to go.
Tarkenton's scramb-
ling caught up with him early
in the third quarter. He was
nailed for a safety that gave
Chicago its final two points
and shaved the Vikings' lead to
one.
But later in the period,
Cox's second field goal of the
game and ninth this year
without a miss gave Minne-
sota its winning margin.
Chicago went nowhere with
the second-half kickoff and
punted to the Vikings' 10-yard
line. Foreman and Marinaro
punched the ball to the 22, then
Tarkenton again displayed his
scrambling act.j
This time, though, Chambers'
and defensive ends Gary Hrip-
nak and Mike Hartenstine
chased him back and forth and
back again ... all the way into
his own end zone. Hartenstine's
diving tackle caught Tarken-
ton's ankle and upended him
for the safety with 4:35 gone in
the period.
A poor 25-yard punt by Bob
Parsons later gave the Vikings
the ball on the Chicago 31.
Foreman gained five yards, lost
three, then Tarkenton threw an
incomplete pass before Cox
kicked the 46-yard field goal
with 3:12 left in the period.
Tarkenton completed 16 of his
30 passes for 234 yards. The
Bears' Gary Huff, on the other
hand, was unable to consistent-
ly pierce the Minnesota defense.
He finished with completions
on 10 of 22 passes for 97 yards
and had two picked off. The
second one came on his final
desperation toss at the gun.

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By TOM CAMERON s
The Michigan basketball team
has filled one of two assistant
coaching positions by signing
former University of Detroit
coach Jim Boyce. Reportedly,
Dan Fife, a Michigan MVP inI
'71, will soon be signed on as
the other.
Boyce and Fife will replace
Jim Dutcher, who is now head
coach at Minnesota, and Rich-1
ard "Bird" Carter, who left
for a position in the Alumni As-
sociation.f
BOYCE LEFT Detroit Ketter-
ing High School where he was
the acting athletic director and
head basketball coach for what,
he described as "a terrific op-'

joins Blue cage sta
portunity for myself. sity of Detroit. I BOYCE PLAYED a good
"(Coach) Orr has done an "He recruited fairly well last amount of roundball before be-
excellent job of recruiting," season, but it is going to be coming a coach of the game.
Boyce commented. "We have a lot easier to sell Michigan," He graduated from North-
super personnel here. It's a Boyce continued. "There are western in 1955 as an All-State
terrific situation for me." more advantages at Michigan. before being drafted into the
His coaching duties here will Boyce has been coaching bas- Army. He played on the Army
be the same as Bill Frieder's ketball for the last eight years. inter service basketball team.
were last year: recruiting 'and He started at Murray - Wright from '60-'61 when the Army
scouting. Frieder will move to as the junior varsity coach and took the Armed Forces cham-
assistant on the floor. where moved to Detroit Northwestern pionship. Boyce then played for
Dutcher worked last season. two years later. the All-Ar-Pd forces team that
Coming from the Detroit In the following four years, toured Europe, playing other
area, Boyce has an advantage Northwestern streaked to a 69- service teams. The All-Armed
in recruiting. "It definitely will! 13 record under his command, Forces team never lost a game
be an advantage," Boyce ad- took three division champion- and included Harlem Globe-
mitted, "but I'll also be recruit- ships, and went to the state trotter Bobbie Joe Morgan.
ing nationally." semi-finals once. . After getting out of the serv-
Boyce then went to the Uni- ice, he played with Burlington,
LAST SEASON, Boyce did versity of Detroit as assistant Iowa Junior College, where he
some recruiting for the Univer- coach for 1% years until he was All-American for 2 years
resigned mid-way through last in a row. He finished his play-
season. He quickly was signed ing career at U-D where he
on at Kettering after leaving graduated in '66 while leading
gan Daily U-D. his team to a post-season invi-
tational.

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WEDNESDAY
VOLLEYBALL at Henry Ford
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THURSDAY
WATER POLO vs. MSU

Special To The Daily ,
The Michigan Volleyball team
rallied from a 6-0 deficit in the!
third and deciding game towin
15-13 and defeat Spring Arbor,
Collegelast night.
The varsity team stormed out
to an easy win in the first game'
of the set with a 15-4 victory.
Coach Sandy Vong stated that;
success in the first game was1
based on strong serving by the1
Wolverine spikers.
In the second game Spring
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the stage for the deciding third
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The Wolverines fell behind
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at 14-13. The Big Blue then
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In the preceding Junior Var-
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Last Friday the Central Mich-
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Philadelphia 117, Los Angeles 104
NHL
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igan Volleyball club defeated FRIDAY
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the est ollee tems i thepm, Yost Ice Arenar
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they beat us." Minnesota
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