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bage Eight


Sunday, November 2, 1975

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(Continued from Page 1) ened up. Bubby Holrr
connecting withsplit end Mike fifullback John Mathew
R ".- " Jones for 14 and 30 yards to ped through gaping
move Minnesota to the Mich* *t* Michiganesline for n
igan 39. Defensive back Jim MicnIL TEIC LE ERhidwgansin for n
N . a llX aBolden was called for interfer- down on the Wolverine
4ence but Minnesota declined. S UDY (a(' , Although the Gophe
_H/FT3~\ZS 5 / j- . When Dwight Hicks intercept ~ I ~ I ' ' ~W ~ lj back failed on hist
.r-o. ed a Dungy aerial at the goal nhsr passes he spotted and
AP.Pho two plays later, the officials NIGHT EDITOR: with Jeff Anhorn on
again ruled pass interference BILL STIEG RICH LERNER third down for 16 yar
yThis set up a short Dungy lob On the next play
Sto tight end Bill Sims in the end o ich
SAn inspired Minnesota team ever seen it!"d o ed
i tngum eto tiertthe
tBELL AND Leach both con- took the field in the third period Jim Smith, Michiganhs pre- s d ing to the
cwith touchdwon aunts of andtheWoleris faied to mier wingback, was ejected "THEY PASSED I
BJ NfiveIE EPthreetkinGhersecyscrossthe midfield stripe. The from the game - a first for a game, so they got us
<s rTk kady nd y s A Gophers knocked on the door Schembechler r coached team out of the middle," d
early in the period, recovering - when he tangled with Minne- ive tackle Greg Mort
ButUypn D yand cmany be- a Bolden fumble of a punt, on isot free safety Doug Beaudoin renly caught us off-
to click, and as the clock the Mhan 16 with 5:09 remaining in the per-'Anthe W-rdn
Bg ran down he fired a pass to split. Howevea the Maize and Blue iod.p rws t earlyainsthefinal pe
I E I st end Me J. Bolden, how-defense rose to the occasion The resultant penalty stifled gered the Gophers' li
te Js p dh. e, wast cle f erfde- stiflingMinnesota on short yard- the Wolverine drive and forced eing of offensive.
H WU H E ghtW rs nd the blly potedage situations on third and them to punt. The Gophers Flanker Keith Johr
on the Michigan 14. fourth downg s then mounted their last scor- irg downfield on a i
Dungy then threw a strike to "ON THAT fourth down," ing drive. Anderson punt, slamr
AP Photo Ron Kullas in the end zone to said linebacker Calvin O'Neal, DUNGY found flanker Kullas sota cornerback To
MICHIGAN QUARTERBACK RICK LEACH drags Minnesota's Michael Hunt on his way to a first down in Michigan s first close the margin to 21-14 at the "They had less than an inch to for 11 yards and a first down, meyer to the ground
scoring drive. Like the rest of the Michigan team, Leach had a less than satisfying game, hitting only one of six passes half. . go, and that's as close as I've and then the ground game op- Pted fair catch. Th
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By JOHN NIEMEYER Pat Hughes checked Gary Ross stanza. third period saw the red hot have let down, but they came the man (the recei
sThere were lots of fireworks against the boards, sparking a Dick Lamby and Steve Alley offenses cool off, but as the back to score two more goals three stens and we g
Dunyfsore otheser byh B MTorsettohmbeandpowHughesn 3 scoasndN fo h sim~s yd
Dungy 's flying circus . * " last night at Yost Ice Arena as fight which e in p tie d both tallied for the Olympic team teams changed ends fo h IyMrtoadHge n o bt, Te i
"the U.S. Olympic team bounced benches. and freshman Mark Miller second half of the final stanza bring the score up to the final cach the bal on a
. s urprises olveriles1 back from Friday's loss to de- Both Ross and Hughes were and Doug Lindskog scored for (one of the international rules margit'sfn9e7.v hrrd
sur s re Hfeat Michigan, 9-7. served with roughing penalties, the Wolverines. Lamby's goal used in last night's contest) the marginoefHK9-k
MINNAPOIS an Bldu's hreegoas ad Iand Ross and Wolverine Angie was scored on a Michigan 'tempo once again picked up. Coach Farrell was not corn-,t'tcllb'qsoh
a strong defensive effort by IMretto were slapped with ten power play. Following the face-off, Bill pletely d is t rau g ht with the j h11. O'r man hit hi
HO OUL HAE tougt tat he olvrins wuldhav soSteve Jenson paced the Olym- minute misconduct penalties. iTh rest of the period be- Thayer hit Dave Debol out in teams performance. "They have lj. a li P bait."
TOWOLDnAV thoughagnt hatd the Woleins wouldeveso Thee.
mAs.tAecond period effort ofC This action could possibly longed to the Olympic teama front of the U.S. defenders, py
fi goals sealed Michigan'sI have cost the. Wolverines the, however, as they added three and Deol easily beat goalieyrd;n3criea
quarterback Tony Dungy and an inexperienced Wolverine second- ft ots.mr ol n ucsfly BaeCmtcbign h season and are in midseason rd in3crie
focdMcia no rsue orhquarter situation As coach Dan Farrell pointed staved off three Michigan power crowd of 4,835 to its feet. form and condition, and yet we ,0lfiVrdlokf
aefr tcudba inst 28-Fr the first eid tenaminutes ot "Angie was out for ten min plays. SteveSetc and Blu A little more than two mn- went out and outscored them odsr~, er
all defense for the Blue dekers, utes, and in that time they scored within eight seconds of utes later, Bolduc and Sertich 3-2 in the final period. ~b'
Despite Bo Schembechler's complaints that the referees made as the Olympic team waged a scored three goals." one another and then Dobek slip- again combined with back to
the game closer, it cannot be denied that Dungy played one constant assault on the goal. The two teams alternated in ped around from behind the goal : back goals to make it 9-5, quell- "Overall I was quite pleased' Mi
helluva game. The junior from Jackson Parkside completed 17 There was no scoring until :16 scoring two goals apiece tof to bring the score to 7-4. ling the Michigan comeback. wihteweedsp rfom uistdne ats s
of 31 passes for 198 yards. He threw two touchdown passes and when Bob Dobek and Dan Bol1-; start things off for the second iTh first ten minutes of the Here the Wolverines might o nce," added Farrell. Rishn (attcyds) 68.s
piloted a team that scored the most points against the Wolverines' duc combined for one each with- - - - - - -" ____ _______ ____________-____- ___--_____Psna d
"Rock of Gibraltar" defense since Michigan State tallied 23 in in 16 seconds of each other. SPJART'ANS~ SPOILED Fumbles (no/lost)
16.The second half of the first ~'~1trLk Penalties (o/ydsPr
16.period belonged to Michigan iCH SCORINyPle A
"I'm not ready to say that Minnesota quarterback Tonyj as Greg Natale scored on a"ki)
Dungy is the top passer in the Big Ten," said Schembechler,I power play and 32 seconds OUsi atIdaaM srsry
"but he's certainly the most improved. He did a good job later Kris Manery put one in n I (Kocourekkik
moving the ball against us and In picking his receivers."At m et raoukiWlvein
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Wolfman Don Dufek said of Dungy, "He played a super game, R i dsBy The Associated Press down with less than seven mm- o
He really improved from last year. Minnesota's play selection3 led light district COLUMBUS - "About all I utes to play, keeping the Buck-
DuFIRST PERIOD can say is that we won," said eyes unbeaten at 8-0 for all M
was excellent. I was really surprised at their offense. ungy SCORING: 1. US-Dobek (Thorn- a somber Woody Hayes yester- games and 5-0 in the Big Ten. fi
passes real well." dike, Lamby) 5:16; 2. US-Bolduatrci
(Ross, Lundeen) 5:32; 3. M-Nata-Iday after his No. 1 Ohio State Minutes earlier, as an Ohio s
Last year against Michigan, Dungy couldn't even put the le (Fox) 14:20; 4. M-Manery (Na- football team shook off lightly Stadium sellout crowd sat a
Gophers on the scoreboard in their 49-0 loss. He mustered tale) 14:52. regarded Indiana 24-14 in a con- stunned, the 243-pound junior fi
49SECOND PERIOD test the Buckeyes nearly lost, fumbled on Indiana's one-foot f(
only 49 yards passing and four completions in 12 attempts. But SCORING: 5. US-Lamby (unas- at!tlineBwitystherByckey.uahea b
yesterday, Dungy and his team rebounded from last year's sisted) 1:08; 6. M-Miier (Hoene) "We did not play good ball at line with the Buckeyes ahead by
4:18; 7. US-Aley (Boeser, Bolduc) all. We were flat," said Hayes. only 17-14. Sophomore linebacker
.debacle..4:32; 8. M-D. Lindskog (Maurer, INDIANA coach Lee Corso, Crail Brinkman recovered forI
'otverine secoiaar ydyoungser, Wilson) 8:57; 10. US-Bo-duc even though his Hoosiers missed Indiana. A daring gamble by
Y O(Boeser, Wilson) 9:05; 11. US-Do- out on 1975's biggest college up- the Hoosiers, a first down pass a
lck (unassisted) 13:06. set, was elated at his team's by quarterback Terry Jones, o
"We knew it would be tough to run, so we planned an passing THIRD PERIOD unexpected strong showing was intercepted by Ohio State'sa
beforehand," said Dungy. SCORING: 12. M-DeBol (Thayer) Bruce Ruhl at the Indiana 33.
10:41; 13. US-Bolduc (Boeser, P. "Our juices were flowing,BreRuh l at erJohn . g
Dungy realized Michigan's weakness in the secondary and Jensen) 12:55; 14. US-Sertich man," said the colorful Corso. Seven plays ater, nson I
on how the Gophers went about their game plan. (Lundeen, Schneider) 13:35; 15. M- "I thought I was going to redeemed himself with his 19th i
Moretto (Cormier, Hughes) 18:42; ilmp right out of the stadium. touchdown of this season.
"They have young guys in the secondary," Dungy said. 18:56. -, We just gave it the full shot." * * * t
"The key to a secondary is playing together. Michigan plays Indiana was within three Spartans sob 1
primarily a zone defense-occasionally man-to-man. In the points of the Buckeyes, 17-14, WEST LAFAYETTE - Run-
zone there tends to be open creases unless there is a tight I f well into the second half be- ning backs Scott Dierking and q
secondarY", VE a n cause, Corso said, the Hoosiers Mike Pruitt scored a touchdown s
exploited Ohio State's weak-' apiece yesterday as a bruising'
In addition, Michigan's secondary played without its mainstay nesses. "Basically, we tried to ground attack helped Purdue e
until the second half. Nursing a sore toe, wolfman Dufek didn't ienut our best players against overcome Michigan State, 20-10.
see action until then. And, he went in only after Jim Bolden was I their younger players." Pruitt's five-yard touchdown o
injured following a fumbled punt. Jerry Zuver, who played wolf- Hayes, who hasn't lost to In- run early in the fourth quarter
man until that time, did not give the Wolverines the experience eEdiana.since 1961, said, They clinched the game for the Boil-
and leadership that Dufek does. I1moved the ball against usabet- ermakers,ewho led 13-10 at the
!/G m e t ter than any team has vet." 1 end of three periods.
"I wasn't going to play at all," said Dufek, "but I had to PETE JOHNSON, the nation's DTERKTNG. A five-foot-ten,
go in there when Bolden was injured. With the new 48-man road Special To The Daily leadingScorer, went from goat 210-pound junior, was the game's
limtaton e nlyhav prsoneltwodep. o Hck wa moed STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Dis-ledn orwntfmgat20pudjirasheae'
limitation we only have personnel two deep. So Hicks was moved playing top form, the Micwtan to hero in three minutes of the top rusher with 149 yards on 24
into Bolden's spot, and I came in the game.' cross country team ran to vic- forth quarter. He rammed one carries. Pruitt, a six- ot-one,
Y vyard for the clinching touch- 210 pound senior, had .120 yards,
Dungy felt differently about Dufek's entrance. "Dufek wasn't tory yesterday in the tough
in until after halftime. He's that kind of a leader that whenI Central Collegiate Conference y-...::.... ....:. =.f.:..:. # ..". }:.{.:*.s. .*. s
things got tough they had to put him in there." Championship held at Penn ,
gState. SCO RES
Dufek's presence was probably the turning point. The Greg Meyer, Michigan's all-S 0
defense seemed to tighten. In Dufek's first appearance, American, led the Wolverie
the defense stopped Jim Perkins for no gain in a crucial contingent that nipped Penn MICHIGAN 28, Minnesota 21 Temple 23, Dayton 10
heStatepforPrhefteam acriaWisconsin 18, Ilinois-9 Youngstown 15,
fourth and one situation at the Michigan 17-yard line. State for the team title 45-50. Ohio state 24, Indiana 14 Eastern Michigan 14
Dufek also recovered a key fumble in the fourth quarter Pittsburgh was third with 89 Iowa 24, Northwestern 21 AIlma 13, Adrian 10
points and Eastern Michigan Purdue 20, Michigan State 10 Hope 21, Albion 21
fourth with 107. Nebraska 30, Missouri 7 Cincinnati 28, Houston 23
to stop a Minnesota drive at the Michigan 44-yard line. It was Meyer grabbed third place Notre Dame 31. Navy 10d Tusa3 8,You svisle 14
the nl urnoMeyer G grabbederd athirdmomnpulzcennState 15, Maryland 13 FBaylor 24. TCU6
the only turnover the Gophers suffered and the momentum with a fine 25:27 time over the Poston College 21. Miami (Fla.) 7 Texas 30, SMU 22
finally returned to the Wolverines. five mile course. Fitt 38, Syracuse o Arizona St. 40, Utah 14
Mike McGuire, an all-Amer- Kentucky 23, Tulane 10 Washington 17, UCLA 13
cn candidate, finished -x in Miami (O.) 35. Toledo 21 ' stanford 2, Oregon St. 22
Machinan recruited Dun y, Florida 31. Aubuurn 14 Drake 38. So. Illinois 27
25:37. Freshman Jack Sinclair Colorado 28. Iowa State 27IMississinni 17. LSU 13
"I felt very bad on the missed handoff and my fumble that running in the first major meet Oklahoma 27, Oklahoma St. 7 1all St. 27, Bowling Green 20
I fltvey adanthcmssdlendfean m"fmaceda, IKansas 28. Kansas St. 0 (Texas Tech 28. Rice 24
lost the ball for us in the fourth quarter," said Dungy. "The of his college career, placed Air Force 33. Army 3-Arizona 36, Brigham Young 20
coaches told us all week long we had to keep our errors to a right behind McGuire at 25:41. California 28. UsC 14 Now Mexico 23. Texas El Paso 3
,,tBill Donakowski was 9th for North Carolina St. 28, (eron 26. Washington St. 14
minimum, and we did just that until then. the Wolverines at 25:50 and South Carolina 21 Utb St. 27. Wyoming 21
Daily Libels i, Butler 14, De Pauw 7
The Michigan secondary loses Dufek next year, but Dungy Mark Foster rounded out the Madam Eeka's Girls 0 Alabama 21, MississiPpi St. 10
feels that the experience gained playing this year will give the Blue scoring with a 20th place Florida St. 43. Clemson 7 Memphis State 13. Wichita St. 7
Wolverines the best secondary in the Big Ten next year. finish.i Boston U. 3, Holy Cross 0 NFL
P e n n State's defending Brown 24, Princeton 16 N. Y. Giants 35. San Dieeo 29
Michigan tried recruiting the Gopher quarterback, but "I c h a m p Paul Halstemmer' Columbia 42, Cornell 19 COLLEGE HOCKEYi
F ~~~~~~~~Delaware 1.Vlaoa1 pua tt .NteDm
would never have played for Michigan, especially when Denny grabbed first place with a Harvard 21. Penn 3 U.S. Olympic Team 9, Michigan 7
(Franklin) was there," Dungy said. 25:05. Teammate George Mal- Lehi"h 38. Colgate 6 SOCCER
(Frnkin}Wa thre" Dng sad.- x ctvirina2. Kent State 1 ihgnCEI umt

n 28 carries. Horse" Ameche's school rush- k
The Purdue defense limited ing record of 3,212 yards, set MINN -
lichigan State's top rusher, between 1951-54. Dunzy (IR
Fullback Levi Jackson, to only * * NN -
even yards in the second half j c MICH -
fter he ground out 94 in the Wldcats weep kick)
irst. Overall, Jackson rushed EVANSTON - Dave Schick
or 101 yards on 19 carries. , returned the opening kickoff 97
* * * yards for a touchdown, but neii
Iowa's Hawkeyes had to score Lytle
I ii r (V Leach
MAISicryeagain on a 22-yard pass fromDavi, R.
MADISON - Billy Marek set Butch Caldwell to Bill Sch'iltz Smith, .
Wisconsin career rushing re - with 40 seconds remaining for -
r y powering fr yars a 24-21 victory over Northwest-(Dungy
nd two touchdowns in 39 car- emi yesterday. aPride
ies yesterday, leading the Bad- terHa y EMathews
ers to an 18-9 vto over THE HAWKEYES' final drve Holmes
tno1. of 54 yards in 10 plays came,
shortly after Northwestern had
MAREK GAVE the Badgers taken a 21-17 lead with 2:26
he lead to stay at 6-3 with a left on a one-yard plunge by Leach
2-yard run, capping a 64-yard Greg Boykin. Dungy
drive with 5:14 left in the first Dauwlnainghsfis
quarter. The 5-foot-8, 188-pound Caldwell, making his first
Stailback made it 183 on aat quarterback two
e-yord -burst-up te middle years, didn't complete a pass Smith, J.
32-yard burst up the middle until the final drive. He con-
early in the third quarter, ex- nected with Brandt Yocom for Jones, M.
ending his Big Tentcareer rec- six yards before hitting Schultz Kullas
or fortouchdowwith the game-winner deep in pucbtel
Marek broke ' Allen "The the end zone. Anhorn

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