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Saturday, November 8, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Purdue runners menace Blue

Sports of the Daily

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By RAY O'HARA "Purdue is the best team phasis has brought victory over
we've played this season," flat- both Illinois and Michigan
Perennially, Michigan fans ly stated Bo Schembechler aft- State, usually considered two of
look forward to home games er 'Thursday's practice. Wait the better representatives of the
against the Purdue Boilermak- a minute, Bo, better than Stan- Little Eight.
ers. ford? What about Missouri, Bay- Behind an immense offensive{
The brandy and spiked cider lor, MSU? line lurk the best pair of run-
ly a servecold afternoon; whathe sPurdue "They're better than all those ning backs the Wolverines have
twiler panc abutto he e-teams," he reiterated, adding, yet encountered. Mike Pruitt
twirlers prance about to the de- "I know they're 2-6 but I can't and Scott Dierking both worry
light of -the male spectators; see how. I look at the films and the Michigan coaching staff with
and Michigan wins its last home I can 't believe that team is 2-6. their uncanny ability to slip
tune-up before playing Ohio I Th
Statehey just have too many good away from groups of tacklers in
State people." the very center of the defense.
AS CHRIS SCHENKEL would Moreover, the threat of the
say, "There's no better way to TO THE intelligent fan who run may serve to freeze Michi-
spend an autumn afternoon." might wonder why the Boiler- gan's defensive rush, allowing
Unfortunately, this afternoon's makers are 2-6 if they are so quarterback Mark Vitale to pick
game does not have all the good, Schembechler has prepar- at the seams of the zone de-
markings of a typical Michigan- ed an educational answer in the fense with unexpected passes.
Purdue game. way of a diagnosis.
It's true that the Purdue band, "It's not that they haven't THERE IS little doubt that
complete with twirlers and the been able to put their passing Purdue will get its share of
world's largest drum, will be on together, it's that they've been yards today. Whether it gets its
hand to entertain and a quick passing too much. They've share of points is another mat-
survey of the standings reveals started to run the ball and ter entirely.
that Purdue is sporting an un- they've won two of their last Last year the Boilermakers
impressive 2-6 record. three." had one of the leading offensive

worst drubbing since 1922. "We
remember that game," said
Dierking, "and we want to re-
pay Michigan." Coach Alex
Agase, who was carried off theI
field by his players after the3
Illinois game, admits that it's
easier said than done.
"They just have a multitude
of super players: Bell, Lytle,
Huckleberry (sic), they all just
keep coming at you. I know it,
sounds like I'm throwing flow-
ers, but hell, they're undefeat-
ed.
"THEY'RE A good team,
more than good. They may tie
a game now and then, maybe
lose one game a season, but
they're a super team year in
and year out."
Agase, who won't say how he
plans to repay Michigan and
Schembechler, promises to do
new things on both offense and
defense to confound the 'Spoil-
maker' effort.
It could be very interesting
even without the spiked cider.
The atypical heat will make it:
possible to save the brandy for
Ohio State.t

THE LINEUPS
Offnse,

Phil Esposito traded to Rangers

(27)
(78)
(60)
(52)
(72)
(73)
(82)
(7)
(5)
(37)
(41)
(81)
(97)
(56)
(77)
(40)
(96)
(55)
(35)
(22)
(18)
(17)

MICH IGAN
K. Johnson (175) SE
Mike Kenn (230) QT
M. Donahue (237) LG
Jim Czirr (225) 6
W. Downing (232) RG
Bill Dufek (265) ST
M. Schmerge (225) TV,
Rick Leach (180) QB
Gordon Bell (178) TB
Jim Smith (198) WB
Rob Lytle (190) FB

(21)
(78)
(55)
(58)
(50)
(77)
(80)
(18)
(25)
(19)
(38)

PURDUE
Reggie Arnold (185)
Jeff Stapleton (240)
Tom Gibson (235)
Jim Polak 230
C. Zelencik (240)
Ken Long (255)
N. Wirgowski (225)
Mark Vitali (205)
Scott Dierking (210)
Paul Berry (190)
Mike Pruitt (210)
Blane Smith (225)
Ken Novak (275)
Roger Ruse (230)
Jon Zwitt (240)
Kim Cripe (220)
Mike Burgany (220)
Bob Mannella (225)
Jerome King (170)
M. N'rth'ngton (175)
Mark Travine (180)
Pat Harris (185)

Defense
Dan Jilek (21) LE (91)
J. Perlinger (242) LT (74)
Tim Davis (212) MG (62)
G. Morton (225) RT (76)
Mike Holmes (210) RE (96)
C. O'Neal (230) WLB (56)
D. Devich (210) MLB (36)
Don Dufek (195) Wolf (17)
J. Bolden (175) WHB (24)
J. Pickens (180) SHB (22)
D. Hicks (185) S (46)

It would seem that the Pur- It's true. Purdue, home of
due band will have to provide the Griese - Phipps tradition
the excitement' today but some of aerial bombardment, has
people in high places at Michi- switched to the running game.
gan disagree. The mid - season change of em-

teams in the Big Ten when they
came to Michigan for the sea-
son's tenth game. They lost,
31-0.
That game was Purdue's

BOSTON-The Boston Bruins, frustrated by their sagging
fortunes in the National Hockey League, made a 'long-awaited
shake-up yesterday, sending superstar Phil Esposito to the New
York Rangers in one of the most startling trades in years.
The Bruins also gave up veteran defenseman Carol Vadnais
in acquiring defenseman Brad Park, center Jean Ratelle and
minor league defenseman Joe Zanussi.
Esposito, 34, said his reaction to the news was "Com-
plete shock and panic," and that "I didn't like it-period."
Boston Managing Director Harry Sinden said, "He wanted
to know why. It was an emotional situation. I told him he de-
served the answers to his questions, but I don't have all the
answers. It was in the best interest of the club."
Park, a 27-year-old three-time all-star, said the trade "really
shook me up." Both players will report to their new clubs, how-
ever. -AP
"
'M' harriers favored in Big Ten
MADISON-Michigan is favored to defend its team champion-
ship and Illinois' Craig Virgin will seek a third successive in-
dividual title in the Big Ten cross country meet at the Odana
Hills' five-mile course today.
Virgin won a year ago at Michigan in a time of 29:11.4 for
six miles. Greg Meyer of Michigan and Herb Lindsay of
Michigan State, second and third last year, are entered this
year.
Other top individual contenders are Mark Johnson of Wis-
consin, Steve Heidenreich of Indiana, and Bill Donakowski and
Mike McGuire of Michigan.
Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois are considered top threats to
Michigan. Wisconsin, 5-0 in dual meets this season, has finished
second in the Big Ten the last two years and was ninth in last
year's National Collegiate Athletic Association meet. --AP
"
Polomen drown Indiana
Michigan's water polo team registered two convincing first
round victories yesterday, as the Midwest Intercollegiate Water
Polo Conference Championships got underway at Matt Mann Pool.
After beating Chicago Circle 14-7 in the morning, Coach
Stu Issac's charges stormed back to rip the Indiana Hoosiers
14-5. The game, which revenged two earlier one goal losses,
was perhaps the Wolverines best team effort of the season.
The two victories place Michigan in the four team (Loyola,
Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan) round robin today which -will de-
termine the champion. Their first game will be against Kentucky
at 11:00.

MICHIGAN ROLLS, 11-1

Iocers

't
out

N akota

By TOM DURANCEAU er play goal by defenseman
f orth Dakota goalie Pete Dave Geving. With Rob Palm-
Waselovich must have felt he er sitting out a high sticking
was in a shooting gallery. And Ipenalty Geving drove a screen
the Michigan hockey team had shot past Michigan goalie Rob-
all the guns as the Wolverines bie Moore for the Fighting
blasted the Fighting Sioux 11-1 Sioux's only goal of the night.
last night in the WCHA opener Cormier put Michigan ahead
for the Maize and Blue. for good with a goal at 11:27 of
Junior wing Kris Manery led the first period climaxing some
the assault on the Sioux as he fancy passing by Angie Moretto
grabbed a hat trick with a goal and Pat Hughes.
in each period. Passing seemed to be the by-
BILL THAYER, a sophomore word of the Wolverine effort.
winger from Edina, Minnesota, "We passed well, we've spent a
tallied twice with a pair of third lot of time working on it, espe-
period goals, and Dan Cormier cially some stuff I learned in
scored twice with first and third Russia," commented victorious
period goals. coach Dan Farrell.
The contest started out to be IN THE second period the
a close checking, tight affair. Wolverines showed the Fighting
Manery got the first goal at 7:07 Sso e dncy Fpassing
of the first period on a pretty Miex cli fancy passing as
passfromKi Muernea yiclicked again at 716
pass from Kip Mauer. w~ith assists going to Doug Lind-
North Dakota came back skog and Rob Palmer'.
three minutes later with a pow- Freshman Mark Miller then
tallied at 13:24 of the second
from Russ Blanzy and Ton
Lindskog and the rout was on.
In the third period the Wol-
verines totally dominated fore-
y checking well, and effectively
uckeye S.7 bored Robbie Moore to death
with good defense.
, 1 The probable key to the game The Michigan dekers pounded
n- will be Billy Marek, the Badgers the boys from Grand Forks with
er bruising back. Over the last two seven third period goals to ice
ne years, Marek has gained 409 the easy win.
in- yards and scored eight touch- In the rollicking third period
a downs against Iowa. Doug Lindskog, Manery again,
y-
Northwestern P I a y s the!

Thayer twice, Russ Blanzy, Pat
Hughes, and Dan Cormier all
scored to make North Dakota
coach Rube Bjorkman want to
crawl back to where he didn't
have to watch.
DESPITE ALL this it could
have been even worse had not
Dakota goalie Waselovich made
some outstanding saves through-
out the course of the game. j
"Really, we just wanted to
play good defense tonight,"
said Farrell, "but we did man-
age to sustain the attack more
than I thought we would. I
"I can really see our young'
kids improving on defense. You
An apology
It is not the intention of the
Michigan Daily to offend any,
minority group in its cover-
age of athletic events. The
Daily would like to apologize
to any Native Americans
whofound yesterday's hockey
story in poor" taste.

know they never played this
much defense in high school so
they have to adapt," added Far-
rell.
With the good performance
however, Farrell wants to guard
against what happened time and
again last year: a let down Sat-
urday night after a strong Fri-
day night.'
The Wolverines and Fighting
Sioux tangle again tonight at
7:30.

-PAUL CAMPBELL

Goalie's nightmareI

Daily Photo by SCOTT ECCKER
WOLVERINE KRIS MANERY tries to jam the puck home
against North Dakota goalie Pete Waselovich. This attempt
failed, but Manery did score three times last night in the
Michigan rout.
SPAR TANS MEET HOOSIERS:
Illini battle Bi
By RICK MADDOCK Buckeye stars Blackman sai
Ever since the Big Ten has i "Still, there is no team that can
turned into the battle of the not be beaten. It will be harde
Big Two, the goal of all the' for us to respond to the gam
other teams ,in the conference because of our loss to Wiscon
has been to upset either Ohio sin. There's no question that
State or Michigan. No matter if win would have helped us psy
they go 1-8 for the season, all chologically."
the coaches of the Small Eight The Buckeyes were given
plan special strategy for those good scare by a fired up Indian
one or two special dates on their team last weekend in Columbu
schedule. as the Bucks finally pulled o
Of course at the beginning of a 24-14 win.
the year it is announced that no M.
longer will the Big Ten be de- ichigan State will trave
cided in either Ann Arbor or to Indiana for a contest tha
Columbus. Yet, now there are will remove the winner from
three Big Ten Saturdays left the Big Ten cellar. The Spar
and a glance at the standings tans, who like Illinois were
shows the u s u a 1 formation, supposed to end the two team
Michigan and Ohio State virtual: domination, have been upse
ly unreachable on top. two weeks in a row by Illinois
Illinois will host unbeaten and Purdue.
Ohio State and naturally is "Our players are trying lik
thinking upset. Coach Bob the dickens and our losses ar
Blackman, who at the start of very disappointing to them,
the season was proclaiming said Spartan coach Dennis Stol
roses in Champaign, is now "We're hoping to win our la
telling everyone how great the three games and finish with
Buckeyes are. 7-4 record, butaI can tell you thi
"I believe- Ohio State's start- teams down at the bottom i
ing backfield could be the great- this league are much improve
est in the history of college It's hard to get back up afte
football," he said. "I don't want defeats, but I think our ki(
to seem I'm exaggerating, but can do it."

FIRST PERIOD y H Hudson High ties record
SCORING: 1. M-Manery (Maur- It tie
er, McCahill) 7:07; 2. ND-Geving
(Burggraf, Goddard) 10:12 (PP); 3. HILLSDALE - Little Hudson High School got touchdowns
M-Cormier (Kawa, Hughes) 11:27.
SECOND PERIOD from Dan Salamin, Greg Gutierrez and Mark Luma last night
SCORING: 4. M - Manery (D, to tie the national prep record with its 71St consecutive victOry
Lindskog, Rob Palmer) 7:16; 5. M-
Miller (Blanzy, T. Lindskog) 13:24. a 24-6 success against neighboring Hillsdale.
THIRD PERIOD The Tigers finished off Coach Tom Saylor's seventh un-
SCORING: 6. M-D. ndskog beaten, untied season in a row and probably put Hudson
(Maurer, Rob Palmer) 2:02; 7. M-
Manery (D. Lindskog, Moretto) into the playoffs next week, where it will have an opportunity
6:34-PP; S. M-Thayer (Coffman, to set a new record.
Kawa) 7:22; 9. M-Blanzy (Fox)
14:59; 10. M-Thayer (De Bol, Coff- Jefferson City, Mo., had won 71 games in a row between
man) 17:04; 11. M-Hughes (unas- 1958 and 1966. Hudson's most recent defeat came in the opening
sisted) 18:35; 12. M - Cormier
(Hughes, Moretto) 19:20. ; game of the 1968 season.

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Wildcats have been unpre-
dictable in league play. Last
week they were beatenainethe
last 40 seconds of the game by
Iowa.
Coach John Pont said, "It's
not easy to take a loss like this
one. We are doing one helluva
job in helping our opponent and
it is getting tiresome. But in
the end, they made the big
plays."
The Gophers scared the Wol-
verines last week. Quarterback
Tony Dungy threw for 198 yards
and two touchdowns. This will
definitely be on the Wildcats'
minds, and Dungy's perform-
ance today will inevitably de-
termine the outcome of the
game.
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