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SPORTS
Saturday, September 12, 1981

e Michigan Daily

Page 9

I MIC
(82) Norm Betts
(72) Ed Muransk
(65) Kurt Becker
(69) Tom Dixon
(76).Stef an Hum
(75) Bubba Pari
(27) Vincent Bea
( 1) Anthony Cat
(16) Steve Smith
4) Butch Woolf
(32) Stan Edwar
( 6) Ali Haji-She
(99) Robert Thot
(50) Paul Girgas
(92) Cedric Cole
(63) Winfred Car
(78) Tony Osbun
(97) Ben Needha
(94) Jim Herrma
( 3)Marion Bod
( 9) Brian Carpe
13) Keith Bostic
37) Tony Jacks
(28) Don Bracke
Radio broadc
at 2:30, on WAA
FM).

The quest begins:
THE LINEUPS (Continued from Pageli
American offensive linemen a good test.
OFFENSE The man to watch in the defensive
backfield is 6-3, 203-pound junior David
Greenwood, who accounted for 49
(230) TE (88) Jim Nault (227) tackles last season and got off to a fast
ky (275) ST (70) Jerry Doerger (255) start with two interceptions in last
r (260) RG (71) Leo Joyce (246) year's opener against Purdue.
(230) C (58) Ron Versnik (253) But Michigan has the personnel to
phries (240) LG (79) Bob Winckler (272) move the football on any defense. For
s (270) QT (74) Carlton Walker (290) starters, Smith can throw to
th (185) SE (34) Al Seamonson (185) everybody's All-American, junior An-
rter (161) FL (20) Thad McFadden (182) thony Carter, who returns to continue
(191) QB (10) Jess Cole (197) his assault on the Wolverine record
olk (207) HB ( 1) John Williams (197) books.
ds (208) FB (28) Dave Mohapp (216) If Smith tires of throwing to Carter
ikh (172) K ( 6) Wendell Gladem (186) and wide receiver Vince Bean, he can
DEFENSE always hand off to the backfield trio of
mpson (219) OLB (30) Jim Melka (225) Butch Woolfolk (1,042 yards last
h (205) OLB (49) Larry Spurlin (229) season), Stanley Edwards (901 yards),
s (237) T (60) Darryl Sims (247) and Lawrence Ricks (850 yards).
rraway (230) T (72) Jeff Dellenbach (260) EIGHT DEFENSIVE starters return
(259) MG (50) Tim Krumerie (237) to try to extend the Wolverines' string
Lm (210) ILB (95) Guy Boliaux (218) of 22-plus quarters without allowing a
ann (212) ILB (47) Dave Levenick (212) touchdown against a Wisconsin offen-
y , (178) CB. (31) Dave Greenwood (203) sive unit which was blanked four times
enter (166) CB (45) Von Mansfield (177) last fall.
(207) SS (39) Matt VandenBoom (199) In preparation for the 1981 campaign,
n 174) FS ( 9) Cliff Sims (183) however, Badger coach Dave McClain
n (185) P (31) Dave Greenwood (203) emphasized his team's offensive im-
asts of today's Michigan-Wisconsin game can be heard, beginning provement. Ie has a pair of experien-
M (1600 AM), WWJ (950 AM), WPAG (1050 AM), and WUOM (91.7 ced signal-callers, junior John Josten
and sophomore Jess Cole, who started

against Badgers in oj

two of the team's last three outings in
1981, including a 25-7 season-ending
thrashing of Minnesota.
Wisconsin last year was more effec-
tive with its ground game (ap-
proximately 200 yards per game) than
with its aerial performance (87.3 yards
per game). John Williams (526 yards),

Dave Mohapp (506 yards), Troy King
(425 yards), and Gerald Green (264
yards) bear the brunt of the running at-
tack.
The Wolverines have the edge in the
kicking game, with punter Don
Bracken (56 kicks for a 42.7 yard
average last year) and placekicker Ali

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ener
Haji-Sheikh (11 for 17 in field goals a ;
year ago) sharing the chores. Last year
Greenwood punted for the Badgers, as
well as played defensive back, but only-:
averaged 36.3 yards per boot. Mark;
Doran came on late in the season as the
kicker and converted 13 of 14 extra
points and four of six field goals.
Last season the Wolverines tuned up
for their season-ending showdowns with
Purdue and Ohio State by blanking the
Badgers, 24-0, here. The contest was
marked by a rather bizarre series of
events which worked to the advantage'
of the visiting Wolverines.
With Michigan on top, 10-0, in the
third period, it had a fourth-and-one
situation at the Badger four-yard line.
Then-quarterback John Wa'ngler was
not able to hear over rowdy Wisconsin
fans in front of the student end zone,
however, and after two warnings and
the referee's assessment of three time.,
outs to the home team, a- pair of
penalties gave Michigan a first down on
the one, from where Butch , Woolfolk
rammed it in to put the game away.

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I ians
DETROIT (AP)- Lance Parrish
drove in two runs with a pair of singles
and reliever Dan Schatzeder blanked
*he Indians over the final 6 1-3 innings
n one hit last night, leading the Detroit
Tigers to a 6-3 victory over Cleveland.
Parrish broke a 3-3 tie in the third in-
ning with a run-scoring single off
Cleveland reliever Tom Brennan,
scoring Steve Kemp with the decisive
run. Earlier in the inning, Kirk Gibson
had scored on a ground. out to tie the
score.
THE INDIANS took a 2-0 lead in the
first inning on three consecutive two-
out hits off Tigers' starter George Cap-
puzzello. Mike Hargrove singled and
scored on a double by Bo Diaz. Toby
Harrah followed with a single to score
Diaz.
The Tigers tied it in their half of the
first off Rick Waits, 6-9, when Ron
Jackson singled home Alan Trammell
and Parrish got his first RBI, driving in
Kemp.
Schatzeder, 6-7, relieved in the third
*ter Cleveland took a 3-2 lead on Joe
harboneau's run-scoring ground out.
The left-hander struck out three and
walked none.
The Tigers got two insurance runs in
the seventh when Lou Whitaker singled,
was sacrificed to second by Al Cowens,
and scored on a double to right by
Trammell. Gibson then drove home
Y ammell with a single.
Red Wings
sign eenter
to multi-year
Iontract
DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Red
Wings have signed center Mark Kirton
to a multi-year contract, the National
Hockey League team announced
yesterday.
Kirton, who scored 18 goals and 13
assists for 31 points in 50 games last
season for the Red Wings, will report to
Ietroit's training camp which begins
Monday at Cobo Arena in Detroit, the
team said. Terms of the contract were
not disclosed.
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound center was
obtained in December, 1980 from the
Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for
goaltender Jim Rutherford. Kirton, 23,
scored the 55-year-old Detroit team's
10,000th goal Feb. 19 against the New
Yprk Rangers and had three two-goal
games. He played the 1978-79 season
with New Brunswick of the American
VHockey League and was with Toronto of

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