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Thursday; November 6, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Sever

Thursay; ovemer 6 197 THEMICHGAN!AILYINgeSeve
'MO' TOPS BLUE IN SACKS
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By RICH LERNER Morton attributes both his1 and it pays off in the end." 1 dium. q
Greg Morton felt left out. Of personal success and the Michi- Morton entered Michigan in "I think about that-that we o
the four remaining starters to gan team's success to hard the same class as the present all came in together as fresh-
Michigan's defensive line only work. seniors but was redshirted his men. I'm starting to miss them or
Morton had not been honored "The team knows what it second year, thus he will again and the season isn't even over o
as All-Big Ten in 1974. This sea- takes to win," Morton said. perform for the Maize and Blue yet." n
son "Mo" has set out to join! "It's easy to say that we're in the 1976 gridiron season., Coming from Ohio, the an-I
that elite corps. Michigan and that everybody's However the idle year was not nual Armaggedon with Ohio c
He presents a most impres- going fo lie down and play wasted. State means all that much h
sive set of credentials. Prior to dead, but that doesn't happen. "I gained a lot of experience, more to Greg. "I have a lot't
the Minnesota game the 6-3 We got into a dogfight at Min- I learned a lot about my trade of friends at home, who back f
225 - pound tackle led the con- nesota - 28-21. -- being a defensive tackle." the Buckeyes, and the game
ference in tackles, for losses. "If you want to win it takes However the year spent as a is really something special to ti
Iowa's Dave Bryants four sacks determination and a lot of redshirt means the freshman me." h
against Northwestern have hard work. It's a matter of class Mo entered with will be Morton is confident when he v
vaulted him into first place, but who wants it the most. We gone while Greg is still haunt- says, "we are definitely going tf
Morton is hot on the Hawk- show we're willing to work, ing opponents in Michigan Sta-I to the Rose Bowl." But he's e
eye's trail.- - - - - - - - - - - -- - -ri
Mo's 78 tackles rank only be- m , T U H
hind linebackers Calvin O'Neal Y()UNG TEAM TOUGH:
and Dave Devich on the Wol- t
verines. And when the pressure t
is on, the Akron, Ohio native
always rises to the occasion. Hr is~ r
skeyed ek Wolvine -H arriers defend title
His 18 tackles versus Wiscon-i
sin keyed the Wolverine defen-,
sive effort that held Bill Marek By TOM DURANCEAU nickname "Bones" from his of the two during the cross coun-
to a mere 58 yards in 21 car- Woteammates, has been outstand- try season, running near the,
ries. Without a senior in the crew ing since he stepped on the fourth and fifth men in the
With Stanford inside the tMichigan campus last year. Michigan line-up. He gave an
Michigan five - yard line with team has established itself as He contributed to the Wolver- outstanding effort in the Central N
only seconds remaining, Mor- a national power and the favor- ine championship team effort Collegiates, in which he finish-
ton teamed with Tim Davis to ite to defend its Big Ten Cham- last year by grabbing an eighth ed seventh. The finish of these m
throw Mike Cordova for a pionship, Saturday at Madison, place finish, two freshmen could go a long L
loss that prevented the Car- Wisconsin. Diminutive B i 1 1 Dona- way in determining if the Wol- B
dinals from scoring a game- The "Old Man" and team lead- kowski was hobbled by an in- verines defend their title. K
winning touchdown. er ofWolverines is junior All- jury early in the season. Billy,
from Grand Rapids, has been howeriha s eaon.sBilly,
_ _ however, has come on strong

uick to add "we take them
ne at a time."
A history major, Morton plans
n attending law school if an
opportunity in pro football does
(ot avail itself. -
However Morton's main extra-
urricular interest is Claudine,
is pet purple passion plant. "I
alk to her every morning be-
ore I leave for class."
The tackles with the green
humb also spends enjoyable
ours with his many jade and
ine plants. "I used to work in
he garden with my grandmoth-
r all the time, and it just car-
ied over."
If Greg Morton has his way,
e'll plant a few more quar-
erbacks and cultivate a posi-
on on the All-Big Ten team.
SSCORES7
NBA
Boston 105, Buffalo 95
Philadelphia 115, Chicago 82
DETROIT 124, Seattle 107
rewOrleans 113, Los Angeles 110
NHL
Pittsburgh 7, New York Islanders 6
Montreal 3, Atlanta 1
Los Angeles 3, washington 1
oronto 7, DETROIT 3
suffalo 4, Boston 0
Kansas City 3, California 2

Daily Photo by KEN FINK
MICHIGAN DEFENSIVE TACKLE Greg "Mo" Morton here wrestles Ron Inge of Stanford
to the ground in the 19-19 tie game. Morton is currently third on the team in tackles. "Mo"
has made 7 tackles for losses this year, totaling 28 yards, and has his sights set on earning
a berth on the All-Big Ten team.

CELTICS BOUNCE BRAVES

Porter paces Piston

win

American Greg Meyer. Meyer,
a star runner at Michigan since
he was a freshman. That year
he was Big Ten champion in the
steeplechase and last year Mey-
er was an All-Big Ten and All-,

American performer in cross

From Wire Service Reports
DETROIT-Bob Lanier and Al
Eberhard scored 22 points
apiece and Kevin Porter set a
new home Detroit assist record
Wednesday night in leading the
Pistons to a 124-107 NBA victory
over the Seattle Supersonics.
Porter only scored five points,
but his 17 assists, many of them
in the last five minutes of the
game, established a new Cobo
Arena mark for feeds by a
Piston player.
After Eberhard had put the
Pistons ahead for keeps at 96-95
with seven minutes to go, La-
nier and Howard Porter took
charge to give the Pistons their
fourth victory in seven starts
while Seattle's record dropped
to 3-4.
At one stage in their last
period flurry, Lanier and How-
ard Porter combined for nine
straight points to turn what
had been a tight battle into a

rout.
Lanier netted 10 rebounds to
go with his point total while
Eberhard's 22 were a career
high for the second-year forward
from Missouri. John Mengelt!
also scored 21 points for Detroit.
Slick Watts led Seattle withl
25 points but was held to only
two in the final period. Fred1
Brown scored all of his 17 points{
in the second half, 15 of them'
in the third quarter.I

Then the Boston gunners, Jo
Jo White and Charlie Scott,
took charge and moved Bos-
ton to a 93-75 lead midway
through the final period. White
had 10 points in the period.
Dave Cowens tossed in 15
points in the first half while
holding the league-leading scor-
er Bob McAdoo to 12, and the
Celtics were in front 45-43 at

country.
rebound field' goal by Tom In last year's Big Ten meet
Boerwinkle and a long shot Meyer led the Wolverines to the
down center by Norman Van Big Ten title by finishing sec-
Lier at the buzzer. ond to individual champion
Doug Collins, who scored 16 Craig Virgin of Illinois.
points for Philadelphia, put the SOPHOMORE STARS Mike
team ahead to stay with a field McGuire and Bill Donakowski
goal 20 seconds into the second have also performed well this
period. Then Norman led off cross country season for the un-
the big scoring as the Sixers defeated Wolverine squad.
ran up 15 straight points to lead McGuire, despite a slim
49-28. frame which has drawn the

and is expected to play a major
role in the Wolverine title de-
fense.
DON A K OW SKI fin-
ished a very strong 6th in last
year's Big Ten meet, one of the
major reasons for the Blue vic-
tory.
Sophomore Jay Anstaett fromk
Columbus, Ohio, deserted Buck-
eye-land to come to the "good
school" and will hopefully help
the Wolverines considerably.
Anstaett, a strong number:
four runner, has performed
well during the regular season.
One of his few bad perform-
ances occurred last week in
the Central Collegiates. Picking
up the slack in that meet, how-
ever, was sophomore Mark
Foster.
Foster, from Ann Arbor, has
been a pleasant surprise for
Coach Ron Warhurst. Primar-
ily a half-miler and miler, he
has adapted himself well to the
longer distances and is giving
the Wolverines needed depth.
T H E STRENGTH of the
Michigan recruiting effort can
be well catagorized by the ef-
forts of freshmen Jack Sinclair;
from Grosse Ile and Steve El-
liott from Pontiac.
Sinclair has been the stronger

Silas leads Celts

YOU'RE INVITED TO OUR 15th ANNUAL

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BOSTON-Paul Silas, a rela-
tively infrequent shooter, re-
vived Boston with 13 points in
the third period Wednesday'
night, and the Celtics went on
to a 106-95 National Basketball
Association victory over the Buf-
falo Braves.
Silas sparked a surge of 10'
straight points to end the period
I with a 71-65 Boston lead.

Fielding, not Fritz
In yesterday's column on
Bennie Oosterbaan, it was
stated that Fritz Crisler was
the coach Ooosterbaan work-
ed under. In actuality, Field-
ing H. Yost was the football
mentor during that era.
Please excuse the error.

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halftime.
White had 22 points for the.
Celtics while Cowens had 26,
Scott 16 and Silas 15. McAdoo
had 25 before fouling out in the
fourth period, and Ernie Di-j
Gregorio had 21 for Buffalo.

"OKAY, RASCHE so you wereclose last week on Indiana beating
OSU. But they didn't, and we lost. So what's the story this
week?"
"Calm down, Chestnut. We'll win that Pizza Bob's pie yet.
All that has to happen is for LSU to beat Alabama."
"Fine. But Micheal Fox of 728 S. Main is eating our
pizza at this very moment. I WANT PIE!"
"If I get these picks in by Friday midnight, we will have pie."
"Let's just hope it's not humble pie."
"Aw, quiet down and pass the bong."

ma orenattyher
PHILADELPHIA-i
The Philadelphia 76ers, led by
TORONTO (UPI) - The of the first period. Coniel Norman's 20 points, sub-
Toronto Maple Leafs took Nick Libett tied it at 8:37 for merged the Chicago Bulls 113-
advantage of a five - minute Detroit with Inge Hammar- 82 yesterday with scoring sprees
major to Detroit's Dan Maloney strom again putting Toronto of 31, 30 and 33 points in the
to score three power play goals ahead at 9:20. Toronto ex- last three periods.
within a span of 2:16 of the changed third period goals with Chicago took early leads of
second period last night and Detroit as Libett*scored his sec- 10-7 and 14-9 in the first quar-:
they went on to register a 7-3 ond and Jim McKenny tallied ter. But the Sixers surged back,
victory over the Red Wings. for Toronto. to tie the score at 18 on a foul
After hitting an injured Mickey Redmond and Greg shot by Billy Cunningham, who
Brain Glennie, Maloney's ab- Hubick rounded out the scoring had 19 points for the night.
sence at 8:08 sparked Toron- at 17:44 and 18:32 respectively George McGinnis gave Phila-
to shooters Don Ashby, Stan in a game where 107 minutes in delphia its first lead, 21-18, with
Weir and Blaine Stoughton to penalties were handed out with a layup and a foul shot late in
put Toronto ahead 5-1. Dave Detroit getting two game mis- the period. The Bulls took the
Willi'ms had opened the conducts. lead for the last time on a
scoring for Toronto at 5:23 -_
Bo publicly POETRY READING
*- WITH
reprtmancted.KERRY THOMAS
by Big Te READING FROM HIS WORKS
By The Associated Press Thursday, Nov. 6 - 7:30 p.m.
Michigan football coach Bo
Schembechler was publicly rep- GU I L D HOUSE - 802 Monroe
rimanded yesterday by Big Ten
Commissioner Wayne Duke for L
criticizing the officials in last --- ---
Saturday's 28-21 win in Minne- ------
sota. Refering to the several1
pass interference calls against;I
Michigan, Bo was found in vio-.I
lation of the Big Ten's unsports- exas Instrunment
manslike conduct code by say- 1
ing after the game, "There wasj
incompetence all around us to-3
of the teams. Minnesota played
well and they had some help." ICQfD r-,0 A r 70 n~j\

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(Pick score)
2. Wisconsin at Iowa
3. MSU at Indiana
4. Northwestern at Minnesota
5. Ohio State at Illinois
6. Mississippi St. at Auburn
7. Baylor at Texas
8. Princeton at Harvard
9. Kansas at Oklahoma
0. Navy at Miami, Fla.

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N.C. State at Penn State
Pittsburgh at W. Virginia
Stanford at USC
Air Force at Tulane
Washington at California
Florida at Georgia .
Oklahoma at Colorado
Arizona at San Diego St.
Alabama at LSU
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