Friday, November 14, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, November 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TONIGHT AT 10
Fantastic Oobroist of the Seldom Scene
APPEARING WITH THE
R F D BOYS
By RICK BONINO A fine trio of returning re- Greene's running opportuni- fensive backs, and the line'sY
ceivers has made Steger's ties suffer due to his ability to star performer, senior end Dean x
The Illinois football team has task easier. Tight end Joe block for his t e a m m a t e s. March, suffered a season-ending
probably heard it already.on Smalzer, the Big Ten's lead- An inexperienced front line knee injury in the second game.
television - the more things ing returning receiver, has needs all of Greene's help it can In March's absence, junior
change, the more they stay the fallen off some from his pace get. Senior guard Stu Levenick4 tckle John DeFeli t h
same.r of last year, as has split end one of two returning starters, tied March for first in confer-i,.
According to many Midwest: Jeff Chrystal. is the line's only real standout. ence tackles last season, has
e s , teaFighting Ilna t Promising newcomers include anchored the line: DeFelican- .
stood a fighting chance at the Junior slotback Frank John Kevin Pancrantz, Illnois heavy- tonio is expected back this week
Big Ten 'crown this year. Illinois son has picked up the slack, weight wrestler, who came on"atrstigou h 51gm
m a n a g e d a surprising fifth- coning on to lead the team with str a after sitting out the OSU game
place conference finish in 1974 18 catches, though he hasn'tt with a concussion.
despite the loss of its starting rolled up the big yardage he "The ne has peen pretty The backfield features three-
b a c k fe d, and this year's did last year. d most of the year," said time letterman Bruce Beaman
healthy attack promised bigger The running game, while lessBlackman.There are a lot
and better things. impressive statistically, has still of new men, but they've the Illinois' most improved play-
While the offense has im- come a long way from its Big played well." er in spring practice. The deep k
Whie rkdy the sehase Ten rock-bottom ranking last The Illinois kicking game fea- backs have fared worse than
depleted by graduation and season. tures one of Playboy's most their mates up front, ranking
injury, has surrendered points At tailback, the tandem of highly-touted Beavers, soccer- eighth in Big Ten pass defense
at an equally increasing rate. Lonnie Perrin and Jim "Chub- style booter Dan Beaver, the as compared to the rushing de- x "." ..
So, once again, the Illini find by" Phillips has been impres- m a g a z i n e' s pre-season All- fense's No. 6 rating.
themselves among the Big sive if not devastating, account- American kicker, has hit on. As usual, though, statistics Doily Photo by SCOTT ECCKER
Ten's also-rans. ing for an average of 120 yards seven of his 13 attempts and don't tell the whole story. The MCHIGAN'S KICK-OFF TEAM was near perfect last Satur-
per contest. boasts impressive distance, human element, something far day as Purdue's Dennie Leverette will regretfully attest to.
Illinois' 1974 attack relied;' The Illini defense has been more elusive to printed an- Leverette (22) bears the brunt of a savage hit by Michigan's
largely on the gifted throwing Perrin, a senior back for exploited more than Beaver's alyses, will largely determine Don Dufek (35) and kicker Bob Wood (3). The Blue dumped
arm of quarterback Jeff Hollen- his fifth year of college ball, female magazine-mates. Gradu- whether the Illini can rally to Purdue, 280, and travel to meet the Fighting Illini of Illinois
bach, who stepped in for in- after suffering a pre-season ation losses left but one starter I salvage some glory out of a
jured starter Mike McCray and injury last year which rele- among the linebackers and de-' season gone sour. tomorrow in Champaign-Urbana.
provided the Illini with the Big gated him to the redshirt
Ten's second - ranked passing ranks, has recaptured the BR NLK NST
game. I starting job inherited by Phil- BRUINS BLANK NORTR STARS COUPLES WEEKEND
This year, sophomore Kurt lips last season.
Steger, who came on to beat i While the two have rather WORKSHOP
out both McCray and returning equally split playing time over- a
backup Jim Kopatz, has carried all, Perrin has dominated in
on in the aerial tradition. Ste- conference action, r a n k i n g RELATIONSHIP-
ger, connecting on 63 of his 131 eleventh in the Big Ten on 107 TUT
passes for 942 yards overall, carries for 490 yards. TRUST--
currently ranks third in confer- Phillips, a short (5-10), solid By The Associated Press in, acquired on waivers from AUTONOMY ISSUES
ence passing. junior, has managed 251 yards DETROIT - Rookie Dennisa the New York Rangers on Nov. RICHARD KEMPTER
Unfortunately for the Illini, on 68 carries for a mediocre 3.7 Polonich scored the first two 1, has played in three of De- PITTSBURGH-Yvan Courno- 662-4826 ev e
Steger has also completed 12 average. However, Phillips' four goals of his National Hockey troit's four victories this season. ver scored the last three goals-
passes to the enemy. "He's I touchdowns d o u b I e Perrin's League career in the first per- * * of the game and carried the ANN WRIGHT
making mistakes, as any young total. iod last night leading the De- Forbes fires Montreal Canadiens to a 5.44 426-2735 (mornings)
quarterback will," said Illinois Senior fullback Steve Greene, troit Red Wings to a victory victory o v e r the Pittsburgh_.
coach Bob Blackman. who paced the Illini runners over the Kansas City Scouts 6-3. BOSTON-Dave Forbes scored Penguins in a National Hockey
Last week Steger didn't get a last year until sustaining a sea- The win was the second in two shorthanded g o a I s and League game yesterday.
chance to complete anything, son-ending injury in the third a row for the Red Wings, their . Bobby Orr scored his first of
sitting out the OSU contest with game, has once again come on first back - to - back victories the season - also shorthanded- Cournoyer, who had played
a back injury. He returns to as Illinois' most effective run- since Feb. 22 last season. ' as the Boston Bruins over- sparingly in the first period,
action this week, but the Illini ner. Greene has picked up 260 whelmed the Minnesota North brought Montreal into a 3-3'
could be in big trouble if he's yards at 5.2 per crack despite Dan Maloney accounted for|Stars 6-0 in a National Hockey tie and later a 4-4 tie with
less than fully prepared. limited use. _the other Detroit sscor wit League game last night. second - period g o a 1 s, then
dtwo goas in the second period Gregg Sheppard scored the scored the winner at 4:07 of
and assists which setupteam- other two Boston goals against! the final period.
mates Michel Bergeron and the North Stars, who have lost
B u llets stopVC e tics- Walt McKechnie for goals in five in a row, the lasththree by Vic Hadfield of the Penguins
shutuots, and never have won' scored his 300th NHL goal in his
Red Wing goalie Ed Giacom- in Boston Garden. 15th season of play to become
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IKuueks clip Houston
By The Associated Press
LANDOVER, Md.-Phil Chenier tossed in 10 of his 24 points
in the final quarter last night to lead the Washington Bullets to
a 110-107 victory over the Boston Celtics in an NBA game.
Wes Unseld wound up as the Bullets' leading rebounder with
13, and also contributed 13 points. Dave Bing had 22 points for
the Bullets, 12 coming within a four-minute span in the third
quarter when the Bullets built their lead to 77-67.
NEW YORK 108, HOUSTON 102-NEW YORK-Earl Monroe
scored 20 of his 23 points in the second half last night helping
the New York Knicks snap a five-game losing streak with a
108-102 NBA victory over the Houston Rockets.
The Knicks jumped to a 21-14 lead before Houston scored 13
straight points to take a lead it did not relinquish until the final
New York 108. Houston 142
Washington 110, Boston 107
Boston 6, Minnesota .0
Montreal 5, Pittsburgh 4r
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 5
Detroit 6, Kansas City 3
Russian Nationals 71, Syracuse 58
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periods and nine in the finale with Pittsburgh, s c o r e d his
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appeal for funds to assist Professor Niemeyer durinq this difficult period when, despite her
claim to tenure, she is not receivinq her university salary. Proceedinqs in her lw suit are
We invite all those who have not contributed to do so. Checks should be made out to
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