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Saturday, November 1, 1975



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Saturday, November 1, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1- 'age Sevew





Special to The Daily 1
gan Wolverines put the show on,
'the road today, and if they have
their way the Minnesota Goph-
ers will be forced underground!
here in Memorial Stadium. j
At two p.m. Eastern Standard]
Time Michigan attempts its,
eighth consecutive conquest of
that antiquated piece of crock-
ery, the Little Brown Jug.
Today's game witnesses the re-
turn, of three players to the
Maize and Blue ranks. Left de-
fensive tackle Jeff Perlinger,
tailback Harlan Huckleby and
quick tackle Steve King all

play of quarterback Tony Dun- we did last Saturday,," Simons chance."
gy and defensive tackle, cap- + said. "Michigan is big and I Michigan's secondary could
tain Keith Simons. Simons, strong,, but they're at a disad- face its toughest conference1
whose performance against the; vantage on our field just as we test today. Dungy currentlyj
Hawkeyes earned him Big Ten were at Iowa. leads the Big Ten in total of-1
Defensive Lineman of the Week "We have to take advantage I fense, and, more importantly,
honors,, moved from noseguard of our opportunities,," he con- in passing.l
to his natural tackle position tinued. "It's up to the defense The Jackson, Michigan native
last week. to try and force turnovers to has completed 72 passes in 131
"I think we have the potential give the offense good field posi- tries, good for 919 yards and
to beat Michigan if we play like tion. If we do, we have a good eight touchdowns. His top re-
ceivers are Ron Kullas and sn-
THE LINEUPS other Michigander,, junior Mike
Jones of Detroit.
MICHIGAN MINNESOTA "we've going to try to get
after their ground game and
Offense put pressure on Dungy~" said
(27) K. Johnson (175) SE (45) Mike Jones (185) defensive tackle Greg Morton.
(78) Mike Kenn (230) QT (69) A. Meadowcraft (220) "We're expecting a rough game,
(60) M_ Dna1h (23'71 . 517 IL ( Brien H Yrvev (22) a real physical game."

Hoosiers,, Michigan fulfilled one
of Schembechler's primary goals
by not committing more than
one turnover. The offense which
had already erred 14 times this
season failed to cough up the
ball even once.
Running backs Gordon Bell
and Rob Lytle rank first and
fourth respectively in confer-
ence rushing. Considering the
steady improvement of fresh-
man quarterback Rich Leach
and the young offensive line,
the porous Minnesota defense
wvill have to come up with a
powerful effort to stop the
Wolverine rushing attack.
"This will be one of those
games where they have so many
ways to get you quickly,~" Stoll
said. "I believe we'll see more
speed on the field in one team
today than ever before in our
It's called the Little Brown
Jg, but to the Wolverines it
means much more. As O'Neal
puts it,, "We had a slow start
early this year, but then we
got rolling and I don't think
we'll stop. We're going all out.
We take every game seriously.
It's winner take all."

Today's Michigan - Minne-
sota game begins at 2:00
p.m. and will be broadcast
over radio stations WWJ-AM
(950); WAAM -AM (1600);
W P A G -A M (1050); a n d
WUOM-FM (91.7). The game
will be televised Sunday by
Cable 3, at 11:00 p.m.


made the trip and are ready for.
"If we're mentally right,"
said Michigan coach Bo
Schembechler," we'll be okay.
It will help defensively to
have Perlinger playing well,
and King adds the neccessary
experience to the offensive
Cal Stoll's Gophers registered
their first Big Ten victory last
Saturday against cellar dweller
Iowa, 31-7.
The key to that win was the!{


1T1. a nuaAt. *
Jim Czirr (225)
W. Downing (232)
Bill Dufek (265)
M. Schmerge (225)
Rick Leach (180)
Gordon Bell (178)
Jim Smith (198)
Rob Lytle (190)

C (5A'
RG (64
ST ('7(
TF (94
QB 0
TB (42
WB (4(
FB (3A



Dan Jilek (21) LE
J. Perlinger (242) LT
Tim Davis (212) MG
G. Morton (225) RT
Mike Holmes (210) RE
C. O'Neal (230) WLB
D. Devich (210) MLB
Don Dufek (195) Wolf
J. Bolden (175) WHB
J. Peckens (180) SHB
D. Hicks (185) S


rsFl~ll yxAFVVY k < hj
D. Nolander (225)
Roger Plath (40)
Jeff Morrow (240)
Bill Sims (210)
Tony Dungy (185)
J. D. Pride (220)
Ron Kullas (205)
John Mathews (205)
Mark Merrill (235)
Steve Midboe (235)
G. Washington (215)
Keith Simons 250)
Jeff Smith (215)
Steve Stewart (215)
D. Williamson (215),
T. Luckmeyer (185)
Bobby Weber (170)
George Adzick (195)
Doug Beaudoin (195)


"We know they have a good
passing attack," added lineback-
er Calvin O'Neal. "We know
they're going to pass so we set
a goal to try and cut it off."
On the ground, J. Dexterj
Pride, with 436 yards in 109 at-
tempts, provides the greatest'
Gopher threat.
"There is more potential in
the Minnesota offense than in
the last two teams we've
played," Schembechler said.
"This will be the toughest
game since Michigan State."
Besides Simons on defense,
the Gophers boast sophomoreI
tackle George Washington, from
Flint Central. Washington ranks
third in the Big Ten in tackles
with 77.
But Minnesota has its work
clit out against the Wolverine
offense. aLst week against the


THOUGH BROTHERS usually fight with each other, Michigan hockey brethren Tom and
Doug Lindskog join forces against some rowdy U.S. National dekers in action from last
night's Wolverine comeback win at Yost Ice Arena.



Icers edge
By DAVE WIHAK Farrell said, "I didn't think of
Pat Hughes scored his third the chance of overtime before
goal of the game in sudden the game, so I just assumed
death overtime and the Michi- there wouldn't be any. But both
gan hockey team played trick teams wanted to play, so we
. ..4 "x:1-1.. lU- TT-...A 04..... --. -1 - ")

50 minutes of play, as its per- vor, the Nationals seemingly
sistent forechecking and muscle didn't have a ghost of a chance
in the corners hemmed the Na- left. However, they had a few
tionals in the end much of the tricks of their own up their
time. sleeves, and made it closer than


Badgers battle

for third

or treat with the United States
Nationals, beating them 6-5 last
night at Yost Arena.
Hughes' goal, which came at

By PAUL CAMPBELL Purdue 358 yards and 81 plays the kicking game, where Illinois eye defenders last Saturday. the 26 second mark of the over-
last week, promised that his holds a decided edge, the two Fullback Mike Pruitt, who has time period, was an oddity that
Well, it only took Michigan charges will improve. teams couldn't be more evenly moved into second place in con- had Halloween written all over
and Ohio State four weeks of mthdfrnersigsastas
Big Ten play to leave the ma- "We'll play better than last m fetc sing stts, t it. Hughes was attempting to
week," noted defensive coordi- Another close game is expect- with tailback Scott Dierkidgbe ass the puck from behind the
jority of their competitors eat- DiePuie eafrkingblto
ing their pre-season words and nator George Hill. "I'm sure ed in Lafayette, Ind., where d net, when his shot deflected off;
grumbling about next year. Indiana will be glad to hear Purdue plays host to Michigan ground game. the mask of goalie Jim WordenI
that." State. y g and bounced in across the goalE
Maybe it's just the pressure I '" I tilo - ndta defense that will be without the line
of constant mediocrity, but some In the battle for third place, " We can still go 8-3, and that dfneta ilb ihu h ie
be a good season," pro- services of star linebacker Kim Ironically, the overtime pe-
Big Ten coaches are turning to Illinois and Wisconsin meet to- a n Rowekamp, who will be out for od almost didn't materialize.
humor to relieve the monotony. day in Madison. Illinois' come- claimed MSU coach Denn Stolz the rest of the year with a kneeot t eri
humor torelievethe montoearliere rthisf thweekr.wThea coe
Indiana coach Lee Corso, whose from-behind upsetbit aieth i of a hollow ring! injury. At the end of the third Feriod,
lowly Hoosiers face the top- State last week left them in to it however, when viewed in ROUNDING out today's sched- Michigan coach Dan Farrell
ranked Buckeyes in Columbus, sole possession of third place int iho he i ule is Iowa's visit to Northwest- motioned to his players that
put it this way: "We go to Co- the Big Ten. They are the only the light of e in the Wildcats' homecom- the game was over, assuming
lumbus today, and there'll be team besides Michigan and OSU tions the Spartans had for this ing game. It will be the Hawk- there would be no overtime.
an upset." to sport a winning conference year. t d h' eyes' third consecutive week i But at the insistence of the
Corso quickly qualified this record. I Even Stolz amits hs team a homecor- g g a m e. Two National players, one of wham
bold prediction, a d d i n g, "I Illinois has played well enough sdwp " h ventd mruc weeks ago they spoiled Indiana's personallv beseeched Farrell,
bold sleep," he revealed. "It's frus- - iha2-0vcoy the Michigan mentor and U.S. '
didn't say there'd be an upset on offense with an effective trating . . . I don't know why festivitieswit a 2 -1dvictory. thechBo Jnsond U.e-t
in Columbus, I just said there'd blend of Kurt Steger's passing we get right to the edge and wise, they spoiled their coach Bob Johnson decided to
be one somewhere. We just and the running of Lonnie Per- just don't get it done." own last week as they fell to continue e game.
don't know how to handle OSU." rin and Chubby Phillips. How- T MAIN problem has Minnesota 31-7, in what coach *
THE BUCKEYES are worried ever, inspired defensive play THEIRMBob Cummings called "Our Trick or Treat
about defensive improvement, was the key to last week's vic- been mounting a consistent of- worst game in my two years FiRST PERIOD
atog thyhvntalwdtr.fensive threat. Only Charlie here"> SCORING: 1. M-Hughes (Cormier,;
a torBaget, h ranks secd in n hNorthwestern will be a six Moretto) 5:09; 2. US-Ross (Thorn-
la.Coach Woody Hayes, un- THE DEFENSE will have to the Big Ten in total offense, has point favorite as they try to dike) 5:31; 3. M-Thayer (Coffman,
happy that his defense allowed come through again today in been able to provide the big: bounce back from consecutive tich. Wilson) 19:06.
M a d i s o n. Wisconsin's main plays MSU needs. losses to Michigan and Wiscon-j PENALTIES: 1. M-Coffman( in-
weapon, tailback Billy Marek, Purdue, on the other hand, is sin. terference) 2:00; 2. M-Moretto (el-
needs only 52 yards to pass Alan more worried about defense. I : ::.. :.:..:::..::::::.::.::::.:::..: how) 6:13; 3. US-Ross (roughing)
gI4 MMrtt rugig
S CO RES',Ameche as the most prolific They had problems containing I B 17.56; 45. M- Mrer (roshsin)
' _ground gainer in Badger his- the explosive OSU option game, i BILLBOARD 17:56: 6. M-Fox (interference)
tory. Illinois must stop Marek and coach Alex Agase fears that I 18:02.
NBAIto win, according to coach Bob Baggett, who is "quick and Tryouts for the University SECOND PERIOD r
Detroit 131, Houston 127 Blackman. s h if t y, just like Cornelius of Michigan Women's Inter- to. Lindskog) 19:00.
Boston 112, Portland 94 The oddsmakers are calling Greene," could p r e s e n t the collegiate Basketball T e a m PENALTIES: 1. US-Miller (high-
Buffalo s2, Phiaelphia8t gsame type of dilemma. will be held Monday, Novem- 3:04: 2. US-y o (cro-
New Orleans 100, Milwaukee 85 I the game dead even. Outside of samtyeifdlem.ck) 3:4: 2: . US-Bmoncr(hig-
The steadily-improving Boiler- ber 3 at 4:00 p.m. in the stick) 9:22; 4. US-worden (slash-
maker offense moved the ball Sports Coliseum located at the ing) 12:12: 5. M-D. Lindskog (cross-
w i t h surprising consistency corner of Hill Street and Fifth check) 12:12: 6. US-Lamby (inter-
I against the highly touted Buck- # Avenue. I ference) 14:20: 7. US-Lundeen (in-
- -- .___ terference) 17:51; 8. M-McCahil
0 1 (hooking) 19:40.
SCORING: 1. M-Debol (unassist-
xer F ife ed) 1:54; 2. M-Debo( unassisted)
5:00: 3. US-Jensen (wilson, Dobek)
10:17; 4. US-Sertich (Wilson, Hy-
Grid resrve raly' mnson) 119; US-Sertich (Mil-
M r r ere C G h n staff ; ENATIES: :.4M-Fox (trip) 2:07;
Fullback Kevin King's second-half touchdown runs and a(12US-Lundeensroghing) 4:083
staunch last-second defensive effort paced Michigan's varsity Natale (trip) 9:54; 5. M-Fox (trip)
reserve gridders to a 21-13 comeback win over Bowling Green As anticipated, former Mich- making ability, Fife scored over 16:37. OVERTIME
in Michigan Stadium yesterday. igan basketball and baseball 950 points during his varsity SCORING: 1. M-Hughes (unas-
King, who led the Wolverine ground'attack with 94 yards star Dan Fife has been appoint- career, leading the 1970-71 team sisted) :26.
while sharing time with Frank Bell, ran for touchdowns of ed to a coaching position on the to a 19-7 record and a berth in GOALIE SAVES
two and 58 yards in the third quarter. Quarterback Stacy Wolverine basketball staff. The the National Invitational Tour- 1 2 3 OT Tot.
Johnson then added an insurance score on a one-yard Universityathletic department nament. M-Moore 11 10 10 0 31
sonenr dmade the announcement Thurs- The Clarkston High School US-Worden 12 17 7 0 36
scamper. Iday!TeCakto ihSho
Bowling Green passed its way to the Michigan eight yard Ffe will coach the varsity graduate signed a professional -
line with 13 seconds left in the game, but the Wolverine defense reserve team in addition to his tratTeb r oraniztwion and waDAe-.
came to life and sacked Bowling Green quarterback Bill Eyssen scouting and recruiting duties. troit Tiger organization and wasssociation
on the game's final play. His hiring fills the last vacancy d in 1973. Tendinitis in his pitch- JEWISH
-RICK BONINO on the staff created by the resig- ing arm forced his retirement
* I nations of Jim Dutcher andisar is
Richard Carter.this past spring.Nvm e
Clubbers survive -R-a.ovemberParty
OLIVET-Michigan's field hockey team stayed alive in the A THREE-YEAR starter as a , Saturday, Nov. 1
AIAW tournament as they split a pair of games in first round player, Fife's hustling style of r y y8:0p .
action yesterday. The clubbers opened the tournament with a play earned his the basketball 8:30 p.m.
loss to Central Michigan 4-1 but came back to down Grand Fteam's Most Valuable Plaer low e s IOOD-MUSIC
Valley 3-0. Maize and Blue cagers in 1972. I at HILLEL, 1429 Hill
Playing in below freezing temperatures yesterday morning, Primarily known for his playl
t- l2.t..,,,. .. .-.... . . 1.., 1,.., .-- .. ---. ..nn tnonc

said okay."Hughes opened the scoring.
Indeed, the Wolverines did on a screen shot past Worden,
everything in their power to but seconds later, Gary Ross
create the overtime situation, as beat Robbie Moore on a long
they lapsed into a d afensive shot to tie the game. Bill
shell with 10 minutes left in Thayer moved Michigan out
the game. At that point they in front once again, but with
were leading 5-2 and seemed less than a minute to go in
to have things under control. the period, Dick Lamby scor-
But power - play goals by ed on a pretty power play ef-
Steve Jensen and Steve Ser- fort for the Nats.
tich got the Nationals back In the second stanza, Hughes
into the game, and with less scored on a power play slapshot
than a minute to go,, Sertich with less than a minute to go,
scored again as he banked the I and the Wolverines let 3-2 after
puck off Kris Manery into the I two.
Michigan net. I Then came a wild third period,
in which both teams produced
Johnson, who was not visibly five goals. Dave Debol, who was
upset by the loss, was pleased a master with the puck all
with the comeback effort. "The night, scored two unassisted
guys showed a lot of character goals early to make the score
in the third period." He said in 5-2. For Debol, they were as
all it was good experience for easy as stealing Halloween can-
Us." dy from a baby.
The Michigan team played a With the score and momen-
strong game through the first tum heavily in Michigan's fa-
NOV. 3-10:00 A.M.
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NOV. 3-7:30 P.M.
"Police Rep ression"
NOV. 4--1:30 P.M.
"Psychotechnology and the Intelligence Network"
NOV. 4--7:30 P.M.
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it should have been.
Johnson had high praise for
the Wolverines after the game,
saying, "I expect them to be
one of the best teams in the.
W.C.H.A. this year. They've got
a lot of experience and talent.
"As far as the game was con-
cerned,, I'm not that interested
in the outcome," he continued.
"I'm more concerned wiith the
experience we gained."
Farrell was pleased with his
I team, considering it was their
first game of the season.
"We looked super,," he said,
"but of course, tomorrow's a
brand new game." Except no
goblins attached.
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Painter's Pant's Are Now In!I
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the Wolverines put together their best performance of the season--
against CMU.
Therese Hindle gave Michigan a 1-0 lead midway in the
first half when she deflected the ball past the Central Mich-
and scored the three go-ahead goals in the second half. CH
In the second round, Michigan faced a weak Grand Valley;
team and virtually controlled the entire game en route to the F
3-0 win.FO
Stephanie Buttrey scored two goals and Lisa Stanley scored
the third. Grand Valley never managed a shot against Michigan
goalie Shelle Almquist. 0
The Wolverines face the winner of the MSU-Northern Mich-
igan game today in quarterfinal action. a

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