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Ink Bowl Libels
seek Stone defeat

BRIARWOOD
MERCHANTS
ASSOCIATION
GIVES ITS TOTAL
SUPPORT TO,
THE UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
WOLVERINES IN
THE UPCOMING
ORANGE BOWL
GAME. HAIL TO*
THE VICTORS -
MICHIGAN!
BRIARWOOD
100 Briarwood Circle / Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Telephone: (313) 761-9550

By FFATS STROPS

"T" formation on offense, and

"You can take those Roses, :.t'o-gh they usually run the
those Oranges, that Cotton, ;m'serv-tive "choice left" or
them Tangerines and cram them!
all up Woody Hayes' bleep!" "choice right," their personnel
snarled Daily Libel coach Field- 'as been simply too overpower-
ing H. Deming at the start of ing for their opponents.

his 1975 season. "I want thatI
Ink, and nothing is going t
keep me and my boys from it!"
Following an unprecedented
eighty-fifth consecutive 11-0 sea-'
son, Deming is going to get his
w i s h. His top - ranked Libels
clinched a spot in this year's Ink
Bowl with a 13-0 crunching of
the Ohio State Lantern.
The Lantern has opted to face
the Libel Alumni in the Toilet
Bowl at Belleville, New Jersey.
THIS YEAR'S Libel squad of-
fers four all-Americans among
i t s credentials. Quarterback
Ricky Lerner, wingback J.J.
Liebster, split end Al "Doc"
Hrapsky and wolfman D. Mel-
ville Wibak were all-consensus
picks atbtheir positions.
Several Libels received sec-
ond team notice, including both
linebackers, Ed "Too Sexy"
Lange and Andy "Too Slow"
Glazer. Punter and defensive
end Paul Campbell was also
recognized.
The Libels run out of a split

'MMMI

Doily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
aid low
AN UNIDENTIFIED flying Buckeye bags Michigan Quarter-
back Rick Leach on an option keeper in this season's OSU
game in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines will depend heavily on
the freshman signal caller to guide them against the Okla-
homa Sooners New Year's night.

Starting halfback 'John "Lips"
Niemeyer felt that might not be
the case against the Libels' Ink
Bowl opponent, Rolling Stope
Magazine.
"I DON'T think we're going
to be able to control the ball
for long periods of time against
their defense," said Niemeyer,
"they've got three All-Colum-
bian linemen, and we may have
to pass the ball some.
"Besides, the Ink Bowl is a
natural turf field, and everyone
knows those All-Columbian line-
men play better on grass," Nie-
meyer added.
L i b e 1 defensive backfield
coach M. Shinty Merker felt
that it would be one of the lesser
known players that would wind
up the hero.
"Guys like Lerner and Hrap-
sky have gotten the press, but
a tough defensive back like Bill
Stieg or Tom Cameron could
m a k e the difference," said
Merker.
LIBEL substitute Flash "In
the Pan" Schiller said that the
game might be decided before
the -opening kickoff. "If Leba
Hertz can get things going in
the locker room, we might have
five or six scores before the
game starts.
"We did that a few years ago
against Vassar, blew them out
early and never stopped com-
ing," added Schiller.
In an emotional announce-
ment, Deming stunned the foot-
ball world by saying he would
retire if the Libels win the Na-
tional Championship.
"It's been fun coaching this
bunch," said Deming, "but the
challenge has gone out of it.
It'll be good to go back to coach-
ing to win instead of not to
lose."

Congratulations for a fine Season!
GOOD LUCK IN THE ORANGE BOWL!
A VICTORY IN ITSELF.. .

HOWARD COOPER
2575 S. STATE
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
76K -3200
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