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Friday, October 31, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Friday, October 31, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page !Jever

Improved Gophers host Blue;1

Brown Jug rivalry continues

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By MB DILLON "Very simply, we put it all4
The Wolverines t r a v e I to together," said Coach Cal Stoll.1
Gopherland Saturday in an at- "We concentrated on stopping;
tempt to retain one of the oldest their running game and it work-t
and most famous gridiron tro- ed. We played a game of field2
phies, the "Little Brown Jug." position all day and had the4
Back in 1903, the 'Wolverines best of it. We are most appre-f
left an innocent water jug be- ciative of that victory. We plan-t
hind in Minnesota. When asked ned to throw more than we
to return it, the Gophers re- actually did (23 attempts), butt
plied, "Come and get it!" Thus our ground game came on bet- s
a simple piece of crockery has ter than expected."t
become a symbol of one of the The entire Gopher squad is
oldest rivalries in college ath- healthy and ready for action
letic history. with the exception of senior line-
This year's contest features backer Steve Craine who sus-s
the number one and three to- tained a knee injury last week
tal offense leaders in the Big after his first interception of
Ten. Minnesota's junior quar- the season against Iowa. Craine
terback Tony Dungy leads the most likely will be out for the
hack with 166 yards per game season.
in rushing and passing while It's been a week of hard
Michigan's tailback Gordon practice for the Gophers. "We
Bell is third with 133 yards know what we're up against,"
per game, all of them coming said Stoll. "Michigan has evi-
on the rush. dently matured as a team and
Dungy, a Jackson, Mich., na- is playing great football. We
tive, also leads the conference will have to be super sharp
in passing with 12.5 completions to challenge them Saturday.
per game. On the receiving end I am certain we will be doing
are the number one and two re- a lot of passing."
ceivers in the Big Ten, Juniors Strengthening Minnesota's at-
Mike Jones and Ron Kullas. to-k are defensivemen Keith
With three touchdowns already Simons, a 249-1b. senior, and
to his credit this season, Kullas luilior George Washington, who
has gained 201 yards in 17 re- leads his team in solo tackles.
ceptions while split end Mike The two have been alternating}
Jones of Detroit Central has tal- between defensive right tackle1
lied 189 yards in 13 receptions and noseguard.
and onetouchdown.dSimons, the Gophers' senior
Minnesota now stands 4-30 captain and a Michigan native
overalsand 1-3-0irn te Big from Belleville, was named De-
Ten, its only conference vic- fensive Player of the Week in
tory coming last week against the Big Ten by thetAP and re-
Ia.31-7. The Gophersyds ceived the game ball for his
the Hawks to only 11S yards outstanding performance against
while racking up 350 yards for Iowa. He will be starting in his
themselves.

41st consecutive game since
1972.
Leading the running attack
this year as J.D. Pride, a 6-5,
221-lb. senior who has gained
442 yards to date, sophomore
fullback J o h n Mathews and
tight end Bill Sims.
A crowd of 35,000 is expected1
to be on hand in Gopherland to:
see Minnesota and Michigan'
battle for the "Little Brown
Jug" for the 58th time. Mich-
gan clobbered Minnesota last
year 49-0 to enjoy sole posses-
sion of the prized trophy

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Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
MICHIGAN FULLBACK Rob Lytle shows his stuff in last years Minnesota game as he bulls
for the extra yardage. Lytle has a new number this year (41) and a new position to go with
it. The former tailback will lead his team against the Gophers tomorrow in the "Brown
Jug Classic" at Minneapolis.
OPEN NEW SEASON:
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By ED LANGE and Bob Johnson of Wisconsin
DAVE WIHAK coaches the Olympians and also
If tough competition makes conducted the tryout camp thisI
for a good hockey team, then summer. After the team selec-
the Michigan icers should know tion was made, the nationals
where they stand after this headed for Europe where they
weekend. The Wolverines open proceeded to win seven out of
up the 1975-76 season with a eight exhibition games against
two game series against the the Germans, Yugoslavs and the
United States Olympic team at Czechs.
7:30 p.m. tonight in Yost Ice CENTER ANGIE MORETTO
Arena. heads the Wolverig s top line
COACH DAN FARRELL an- and is flanked by Pat Hughes
ticipates a battle with the Olym- on the right and freshmanh Dan
pians but readily asserts that Cormier on the left. Soph Kip
his team is ready to go. "We're Maurer centers the second line
as ready as we can be," cam- along with wingers Doug Lnd-
mented Farrell. "It's awfully skog and Kris Manery.
difficult going into an opener The elusive Dave Debol heads
like this. Usually, when you the third line with Bill Thayer
open up with a college team and Mike Coffman on his sides.
everyone's in the same shape. Cormier so impressed Farrell
"But here it's extremely with his pre-season play that
tough. The Olympic team has the Michigan mentor moved the
tough.The Olpic teahasd frosh to left wing, even though
been practicing together and teTrnoaivwsrcuid
hasplye 21gaes Wereg, the Toronto native was recruited
has played 21 games. We're go- as a center.
ing to make some mistakes and "HE WAS OUR fourth cen-
we'te going to find out some ter," commented Farrell, "but
positive and negative things"he's too good a player so I
ended Farrell. moved him to the left side."
Farrell watched the battle be- Experience is the key to the
tween Michigan State and the defense with the three top pairs
Olympians Wednesday night, being bolstered by returning
which the USA won 13-6, and veterans Tom Lindskog and Rob
commented, "Based on what Palmer, Greg Natale and Greg1
I saw, I think we can give them Fox, and John McCahill and Ben
a battle." Kawa.
The nationals bring a 16-5 "They're solid" stated Far-
slate into the contest, excluding rell. "I don't really know that
last night's game with Michigan
State, and thev carry some im-
pressive stats to go along with
their record.
They have scored an a0erree
of 7.56n nals ner dame and their
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On defense,.John Taft from
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weekend." backup position behind Moore
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will play the entire contest, ac- morrow.
. To Establish Justice . ."
PETITIONS ACCEPTED NOW
FOR 5 VACANCIES ON
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(ALL CAMPUS SUPREME COURT)
PETITIONING CLOSES NOV. 6, 1975
Men, Women, & All Minorities of All
Colleges Are Encouraged To Apply.
Stop by SGC Offices, 3rd Floor Mich-
igan Union to pick up a petition and
sign up for an interview.
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