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Saturday, November 15, .1975

THE !MICHIGAN DAILY

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*M'.M LAST BATTLE BEFORE SHOWDOWN

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Illinois

pressures

Blue

By JEFF SCHILLER to that rule. They've given thef
Wolverines tough games in each
Special To The Daily of the last two seasons (21-6 in
CHAMPAIGN - Some things 1973 and 14-6 last year), and
never change. Every opponent they're still boiling down here
sounds like the Pittsburgh Steel- about a controversial call in last
ers, to hear Schembechler tell year's contest which may have
it, and most wind up perform- cost the Illini a tie.
ing like the Detroit Wheels.
Schembechler's comments : The play in question involved
about Illinois, for example, a reception by Illinois split end
sound suspiciously like his com- Jeff Crystal for an apparent
fourth quarter touchdown. The
catch would have made the
Air time score 14-12 in Michigan's favor,
Today's Michigan - Illinois with the Illini needing a two-
game begins at 2:00 p.m. point conversion to tie the

tell the whole story. The Illini
played Michigan last season
without the services of starting
tailback Lonnie Perrin and
first string fullback Steve
Greene. Both will be ready for
today's game.
Wolverine fans can take so-
lace in the fact that Michigan
offense is unlikely to make as
many key mistakes as it did in
last year's game. Schembech-'
ler's charges blew three easy
scoring opportunities in the
first half and went absolutely
flat in the second stanza.

THE LINEUPS
MiCHIGAN ILLINOIS

(27)
(78)
(60)
(52)
(72)
(73)
(82)
(7)
(5)

O
K. Johnson (175)
Mike Kenn (230)
M. Donahue (237)
Jim Czirr (225)
W. Downing (232)
Bill Dufek (265)
M. Schmerge (225)
Rick Leach (180)
Gordon Bell (178)

ffense
SE (87
QT ('73
LG (72
C (68
RG (74
ST (79
T, (85
QB (33
TB (38

)
)
)
)
)
B)

Jeff Chrystal (180)
Doug Kleber (250)
Willie Gartreli (237)
Phil McDonald (247)
Kevin Pancratz (240)
Stu Levenick (253)
Joe Smalzer (215)
Lonnie Perrin (215)
Steve Greene (210)

Eastern Standard Time and score. They can comfort themselves (37) Jim Smith (198) WB (11) Kurt Stege
R, "R tg. will be broadcast over radio A FIIL oee.rl hycncmottesle
Srws I AN OFFICIAL, however, ru-too, with the knowledge that the (41) Rob Lytle (190) FB (20) Frank Joh
' s t a t i o n s WWJ-AM (950); ed Crystal out of bounds, nulli- Illini do not have the overallee
WPAG - AM (1050); a n d fying the scoring play, and pro- talent to cope with the Wolver-
S~.. ,, WUOM-FM (91.7). j voking so much wrath on the; ines under normal circum- (81) Dan Jilek (21) LE (86) Stanley Ra
>,N . 1 . ' -: part of coach Blackman that he stances. Illinois' 4-5 record has (97) J. Perlinger (242) LT (96) DiFeliciant
y w y*v ~.:.yments about every other oppon- earned one of Wayne Duke's been largely justified; they (56) Tim Davis (212) MG (67) Scott Stud,
S , ent. infamous reprimands. D swere dominated from start to (77) G. Morton (225) RT (71) Mike Walle
d .. :..5..:,.::A C.,f . ' "ILLINOIS IS a good football finish. by Texas A&M, and ex- -(40) Mike Holmes (210) RE (95) W. Graham
team. They gave Ohio State a logically primed for today's perienced second half letdowns (18) 3. Pickens (180) SHB (46) Brian Ford
fc r t x> r :, r..d4 ,<,.3.y , } d.toughey hafor hefirsktyh lgall.Tey prisedhfor toay'ginst io sState, Missouri, (96) C. O'Neal (230) WLB (97) John Sullv
jai <'f ..- s ..,.f} y~ and they had a lot of key in- field advantage, some key pa dWicnsn
kjuries.gamenth head :ers dey alsomve key hoay- nd WiscNSIn., Michigan (35) Don Dufek (195) Wolf (37) Rick Willia
DalyPhtobyPALIE UBNSe '~ourebnota lookng aos'rsrecovered from injuries, and ,DFNIEY ihgn(55) D. Devich (210) MLB (26) Bruce Bear
Dily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS This could be a real close One last chance to redeem wht' will have to cope with an at- (5)3. Bolden (2175) WB (4) Billc en
JIM SMITH, shown here in action against Purdue in the Wolverines 28-0 win last week, ranks game." hasb hadisappointn sea- hat has proved itself ad ((4Cerne
as the number four all-purpose runner in the Big Ten. Smith has run for 132 yards, returned As a rule, Michigan has little son. quate both on the ground and (17) D. Hicks (185) S (47) Jimi Staune
16 kickoffs for 682, returned punts for 194 more and has 340 yards receiving. Smith averages trouble with Bo's versions of through the air. Perrin, Greene
113.7 yards a game, ranking behind teammate Gordon Bell, Ohio State's Archie Griffin and "gpod" football teams. Illinois If Michigan is caught looking and tailback Jim "Chubby" scribed it, "Illinois present a verine ground game,
Billy Marek of Wisconsin. may prove to be the exception ahead to next week's "battle of Phillips have accounted for al- challenge offensively, because back Gordon Bell a
- - -_ ------ - - ---the giants" against Ohio State, most 1500 yards rushing so far you can't concentrate on any Rob Lytle, leads th
that r could be enough to pro- this year, and all sport impres- phase of their attack. They're rushing yardage.
eFALLS SH O RT: asSea bechethe We sive yards-per-carry averages. versatile enough to turn right Michigan's passingi
hammering ,at this theme all Sophomore quarterback Kurt around and beat you with some- be starting to come
thing else." evidenced by th
'5 0 Cbi*s h'e i c rweek, and he claims last year's Steger, who was unable to play hinHI GAN'S own against Purdue last
coLWhi co s t against fvrt evr Ohio ae State. has , n Fprovd- offense should be able to move The Illini should
5narrow victory has helped toagns hottehsprvd ICH GAN' ow ag stPdelst
gf l hs mesage aross ed Illinois with a potent aerial fesshudbabetmve TeImshld
gethismessage across.offeline is w te h row ithe football against the Illinois by the return of s
"The fact that we almost lost forie receivers o Fuz defense. Though the Illini pos- fensive tackle John
last year has helped in this zy" Johnson, Jeff Smaltzer sess some outstanding individ- tonio and starting
week's preparation," the Mich- and ual defenders, the unit as a Stauner, both of wh
By PAUL CAMPBELL cally and had persistent prob- the entire game. The Fighting This time, it was too little too igan mentor commented. "We neted for yst42yards handsix whole has had problems jelling. last week's Ohio Sta
To The Daiy lems moving the puck out of its Irish made constant use of their late. didn't have to tell the team how touchdowns this season And Michigan is not the sort On paper, Michi
SOUTH BEND-On either side. own zone. The Irish, on the superior size and strength to Rob Palmer scored with less good Illinois is - we just show- of team will the
of the face-off circle in Notre other hand, were moving the force Wolverine errors. than five minutes remaining and ed them the films." As Michigan defensive back- nois defense a breather in per, Oklahoma sho
Dame's Athletic and Convoca- puck extremely well. Their con- Doug Lindskog took a bit of Angie Moretto, whose big stick THE FILMS, however, don't field coach Jack Harbaugh de- which to get organized. The Wol- undefeated.
tion Center Arena there are stant forechecking k e p t the: steam out of the Irish early in had stood silent all night, added
identical. emblems emblazoned pressure on Wolverine netmind- the second stanza. He took a a power play goal on a tip-in 40!
on the ice proclaiming "United er Robbie Moore. pass from Kris Manery, fought seconds later.
We Stand." MOORE WAS his usual spec- off a body check and flipped a THE WOLVERINES spent the
Michigan's hockey team found tacular self, however, as time shot past Notre Dame goalie rest of the game swarming
this to be much more than an; and time again he foiled Notre John Peterson. around Peterson, but he proved
idle declaration last night, as' Dame breakaway threats. ButI BUT THE Irish refused to let{ equal to the challenge. He fin-O ~
they fell to an inspired Fighting! the Michigan front line, which! up. Once again they began to ished with 30 saves in what
Irish team, 5-3. gave the puck away 14 times in dominate the game. Their ef- coach Smith called "his best
THE WOLVERINES were out- the period, helped Moore very forts paid off halfway into the game ever at Notre Dame." By RICK MADDOCK per game, while the Gophers a super- error-free game. We'll scored 45 points, th
skated, outmuscled and out-hus- little. period, as sophomore center Don A small cheer arose from a "W are not making the long have compiled an average of give it every shot in the book." point total in 72 g
tied by a Notre Dame team; They often were out of posi- Fairholm clicked on a scoring few Notre Dame partisans as
which got good play from all tion and just as often missed play after a beautiful pass off they chanted time and time trio Coum us to see 179 yards p ra pssing. Spartans will play their last gave them their fir
ledtoNoreDae hebord b tamat Rgeagi,"oOoSte. Ohio Stadium. Our men will not The coaching brains in Co-Spraswlpayteratgvehmteifr
three of its lines. As Fighting passes which led to Notre Dame theboards by teammate oeraa Go Oho State.e overwhelmed," Minnesota lumbus have been working home game against a battered back wins since 1969
Irish coach "Lefty" Smith put breakaways. Bourque. I coach Cal Stoll proclaimed. overtime worrying about and Northwestern squad. The Wild- The Boilermaker
it, "It was an-impressive team Alex Pirus, Notre Dame's The small but enthusiastic - cats are favored to lose their whitewashed by Mic
effort-we really feel that we leading scorer, broke a score- Notre Dame -crowd of -3;223, Trouble w th D aes Stoll definitely has ideas of planng strategy concerning fifth straight game. week. Yet, they
have matured as a group." less deadlock eight minutes into: sensing an upset, yelled louder FIRST PERIOD upsetting the top ranked Buck- Dungy. Michigan State will have to seven point favorie
Sophomore winger Ken Nu- the period when he barely got a and louder with each Notre SCORING: 1. ND - Pirus (Hamil- eyes in Columbus with his im- "To say the least, they're win today and next week against Iowa. The key will t
gent elaborated, noting, "We1 stick on the rebound of linemate Dame thrust. The third period ton, Walsh) 8:21; 2. ND - Nugent proved Gophers. In their last going to test our pass defense. Iowa to finish the Big Ten sea- the Hawkeye defens
forced Michigan to play our Brian Walsh's slapshot. The started on an almost disastrous PNLrqe) 1. ND - Bourqu ee games, the Gophers crush- They have every pass you can son with a respectable but dis- power runners Mike
game from start to finish. We , puck trickled between the legs note for Michigan fans. All- (interference) 2:20; 2. M - ray I ed Iowa and Northwestern and think of," said Dick Walker, onScott Dierking.
knew Michigan would be tough. of Moore, who was sprawling American Moore was accident-; (hook) 4:29; 3. M - Natale (cross gave Michigan a hard fought Ohio State's defensive back- I appointing 44 record.cottIDinab
We just did what we had to." on the ice. ally pushed into his net by a check) 9:17; 4. ND - Byers (high 28-21 near upset battle. field coach. h roses for MSU coach Dennis face the host Bad
Nugent, playing in his first NUGENT A D D E D another Notre Dame player after only Trence) 15:10; 5. M - Natale (inter- Minnesota needs a superb "Tony Dungy is the best pass- Stolz. "If we had won with the Hoosiers must win if
game the year after a bout breakaway goal six minutes 20 secondsfactionSECOND PERIOD performance f r o m' quarter- er in the Bg Ten. But we'll be schedule we started out with on escaping the Big
of mononucleosis, netted two later, flying in on the right wing; Moore lay there motionless SCORING: 3. M - D. Lindskog back Tony Dungy if it hopes prenared for him," said Walker. we could be one of the top teams ment. Wisconsin is a
goals and one, assist. and beating Moore with a driv- for more than five minutes. ItI(Manery) 2:11; 4. ND - Fairhoim to challenge, the Buckeyes. Coach Woody Hayes also re- in the nation," he said. down favorite to kno
The first period play seemed ing wrist shot. appeared that he may have re- (Nugent, Bourque) 11:45. 1IIn s i x conference games, vealed that Dungy has been on "We move the ball well but Hoosiers.
to set the tempo for the whole Nugent's physically intimidat- injured the right knee which PENALTIES: 6. M - Natale Dungy has completed 84ass- his mind. "If you pocket him too haven't scored a lot of points
game. Michigan skated lethargi- ,ing style of play set the tone of kent him out for half of last (ori) :31; 7. ND -- ovisur(ue- es for 1,029 yards to lead the much," said Hayes, "he'll break and defensively we're still a
{ season. (charge) 15:00; 9. ND - Bourque Big Ten. He has top notch out and run for a first down. good team." Big Te
Moore got up but needed help (charge) 17:10; 10. M - D. Lind- targets in leading Big Ten Dungy creates problems." Charlie Baggett has been
htT skating off the ice. Fortunately, skog (high k) EIOD receiver Ron Kullas and third The Buckeyes figure the best listed as the probable starter
Ev it turned out to be only a strain- sCORING: ND - Nugent (Fair- best Mike Jones.iway to stop Dungy will be to at the quarterback spot, but ifsc 1HIkyhnC
fl y SCORING:o5. NDe-icegentr(Fair-.ybest MikeiJones.ck)way
- !Nl ed groin.- muscle and he was, hom, Bourque) :5; . ND - Ham-1 ;keen the ball away from him. he doesn't produce, Marshall. CONF.
jiptile Is back on the ice within ten ilton (Pirus, walsh) 6:57 PP; 7. M- Stoll p a n s on exploitingArchie Griffin, plaving in hs Lawson will be ready. This is MICHIGAN 6 0 0
{minutes. Palmer (Manery, Maer) 15:09; s.1 Dungy 's talent to its maximum.
M - Moretto (Manery, D. Lind- "We willtpass 35 times if we last home game, will be shoot- Baggett's last home game, Ohio St. 6 0 6
HOWEVER, in the interim, skog) 15:49 PP. have 70 plays from scrimmage,", ing for his 31st regular season thus his last chance to show Iowa 3 3 0
Notre Dame took advantage of PENALTIES: it. M - Coffman said Stoll game in a row of 100 yards the skills that he was once Wisconsin 3 0
. substitute goalie Rick Palmer's (hook) 6:24; 12. M - Hughes (trip) rushing. Also heling the Buck- thought to possess. Illinois 3 3 0
Harriers eye title inexperience for a score. Nu ° 10:41; 13. ND - Bourque (trip) That would be more than any eves in controlling the clock The Iowa Hawkeyes travel to Mich. State 2 4 0
gent broke down the right side 15:21;14.M - D. Lindskog (rough- of the Buckeyes previous oppo- will be fullback Pete Johnson, West Lafayette to face Purdue, Minnesota 2 4 0
The mighty running men of Michigan start competing today and released a low shot that SAVES nents this year. Purdue has en- who broke the conference rec- a team they haven't defeated in Northwestern 2 4 0
for the NCAA cross country title. The Wolverine harriers face dribbled off Palmer's pads into 1 2 3 Tot Joyeed the most success against ord in touchdowns last week 14 years. Purdue 2 4 s
such touted competition as Eastern Michigan, Wisconsin, -and the net. M-Moore 14 io 8 32 Ohio State in the air, as the w~hen he s-cored his 21st. "It seems we have a new jinx Indiana 1 5 0
Indiana. However, the Blue runners have defeated each of these! Notre Dame upped the score Palmer 00 1 1 ! Boilermakers connected on 11 The Gophers are 30 point facing us every week," said -
opponents at least once since September. to 5-1 when Clark Hamilton, passes 7yars. derdoes, but should they Iowa coach Bob Commings.
Michigan goes into the NCAA District IV Championships assisted by Walsh and Pirus Even though Ohio State's de- break the insurmountable odds "We've gotten rid of a few CHARING C
witr a 49-0 season record. Wolverine cross country coach beat Moore from in front of the C RE fense is second best in the na- and' beat the Bucks it would iinxes and hopefully we can BOOKSHO
goal. The Hamilton-Pirus-Walsh ' SCO RES-tion against scoring, it ranks make their season a whole lot bury a few more before the Used, Fine and Schol
Ron Warhurst sees little competition for the top team berth Use,_Finand____t
line accounted for three of the -_- -_---- fourth in the Big Ten in pass sweeter. year is out," he added.
What he is puzzled about is who will finish first for the team. five goals. More importantly, NBA-defense. The Buckeyes have, "To win." says Gopher coach Last week against Wisconsin, 316 S. STATE-99
So far this year, three different harriers have led the Wolvet- they stayed out of the penalty Philadelphia 119, Boston 1 Iallowed nearly 83 passing yards Cal Stoll, "we will have to play the Hawkeyes exploded. They Oen Mon r.
ines in their three biggest meets. Bill Donakowski paced Mich- box, a problem which haunted Atlanta 97, Washington s - -_ _ _ __ _ _ _ ____- -t.0
igan at the Notre Dame Invitational, Mike McGuire the Big Ten them all of last season. Buffalo 112, Milwaukee 98 --
Championship, and Greg Meyer the Central Collegiate Cham- Michigan, as it so often does' COLLEGE BASKETBALL j -"
pionships. At Madison last week, only 20 seconds separated the finally decided to start skating Richmond 65
first and third Wolverine finishers. with little time left in the game. NHL A
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Pennsylvania. Currently, the Wolverines are picked for fourth
in the nationals.
-MARCIA MERKER
Cormier quits
Dan Cormier, top freshman prospect for Michigan hockey
this year, has quit the team for personal reasons. Cormier had
played four games with the Wolverines on the line with Angie
Moretto and Pat Hughes and scored three goals. He has left for,
his home in Toronto, Canada.
Strinko, Owens out
PONTIAC-The Detroit Lions have placed running back Steve
Owens and former Michigan linebacker Steve Strinko on the
injured reserve list for the rest of the season, the National
Football League club announced yesterday.
Owens and Strinko, both hobbled by knee injuries, had been
working out with the team the past two weeks. Strinko, a ninth
round draft choice, underwent knee surgery in February.

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