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By MARK MIHANOVIC late in the fourth quarter of last Satur-
Fifth in anine-part series day's 19-17 squeaker over Ohio Univer-
sity, parental interest may yield to the
litor's note: This is theffifth in a more important matter of winning
part series examining each of football games.
igan 's 1981 Big Ten opponen- WHOEVER "Smokey Joe" settles on
"he series was written by Daily at quarterback must lead the
revitalization of an offense which
ball reporters Mark Mihanovic, ranked eighth in the Big Ten last season
DeGulis, Buddy Moorehouse, and only mustered 19 points against
Drew Sharp. Ohio U. if the Gophers (5-6 overall, 4-5
rovided quite a story. in the conference during 1980) are to be
e father is Joe Salem, coach. The successful.
is Tim Salem, quarterback. The graduation losses of running
ther they attempt to lift the Min- backs Marion Barber and Garry White,
a Gopher football program from the number one and two rushers in
oldrums of Big Ten mediocrity. Minnesota ,history, does not shed any
mething went amiss, though. Tim, light on the offensive situation. A couple
Salem who runs the team on the . more JC transfers, six-foot, 200-pound
was supplanted by Joe, the Salem Frank Jacobs and 6-1, 190-pound Walter
runs the team, period, in favor of Ross, and senior Duane Gregory (5-10,
Hohensee. And after Hohensee, a 203) fill the slots.
190-pound junior college transfer SALEM LOOKS for big things from
, of course, California, threw a 66- his tailback transfers. "Those two guys
pass to flanker Chester Cooper have good speed, they have good size...

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They are capable Big Ten football run-
ning backs," Salem said at the con-
ference's Kickoff Luncheon in July.
"We feel comfortable with them at this
time."
In the receiving department, Cooper,
a 6-2, 198-pound senior, led the Gophers
with 210 yards on 14 catches. Ron
Weckbacker, another senior, also

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of five starters line up at last year's
positions. Topping the list is senior
tackle Ken Dallafior (6-7, 274), a good
bet to garner post-season honors. The
only newcomer, 6-6, 285-pound senior
Wally Kersten, lines up at the other
tackle. Guards Bill Humphries (6-3,
246) and Todd Hallstrom (6-6, 242) and

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of time in battle.
"We have two fine linebackers, Glenn
Howard and Jim Fahnhorst-as a pair,
they'll rank with anybody in the Big
Ten," Salem said. "We expect to be a
solid defensive football team."
WHILE EXPERIENCE is the key for
seniors Howard (6-2, 217) and Fahnhor-
st (6-4,224) on the inside, sophomore
outside 'backers Glen Cieslewicz (6-3,
226) and Tony Horton (6-2, 202) rely on
quickness and speed,
The Gophers stand tall on the defen-
sive line, with tackles Kevin Kellin (6-6,
240) and Steve Bisch (6-5, 258) and
Academic All-Big Ten end Fred Orgas
(6-4, 217) holding down three of the
spots.
In the secondary, rover Mike Robb, a
6-2, 198-pound junior who led the
Gophers with 133 hits last fall, and
junior safety Rick Witthus, whose four
interceptions paced the team in '80, are
standouts.
Kicker Jim Gallery was perfect on 27
extra-point tries last fall.He might
assume punting duties, as well, in or-
der to improve the Gophers' 31.3 yard
average in 1980.

NCAA
delays
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The
National Collegiate Athletic
Association will take no disciplinary ac-
tion before December against football
teams who approve a College Football
Association television contract, an
NCAA -attorney told a federal judge
during a hearing yesterday.
Richard Andrews, an NCAA attorney
from Kansas City, told U.S. District
Judge Luther Eubanks, that no action
will be taken against any of the schools
approving the CFA-NBC television con-
tract until the NCAA holds a special
convention Dec. 3-4 in St. Louis regar-
dless of whether Eubanks issues the
preliminary injunction to prevent it.
Fred Davidson, president of the '
University of Georgia, testified he and.
other NCAA members initially for-
mulated the CFA to institute within the
NCAA stronger standards and rules for
academic entrance.

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returns. Derek Stern, an all-conference
performer with Long Beach City
College in California, will push for
playing time.
But if football games are won and
lost, as they say, "in the pits," the
Gophers should do all right, as four out
BILLBOARD
Kickoff time for Saturday's Notre
Dame-Michigan game will be, at 1:50
p.m. instead of the standard 1:00 p.m.
starting time due to ABC-TV's
coverage of the game. The ABC
pregame coverage will begin at 1:30
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center Ed Olson (6-3, 240) round it out.
MENTION OF the defense brings a
smile to Salem's face, and with good
reason. Only three starters have depar-
ted from last fall's crew, which kept the
Gophers in most of their ballgames'
despite spending an inordinate amount

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It's a relatively new team to
Michigan, with just two complete
sear;ons and only one home meet in its
past, so the women's cross country
team might seem a little inexperienced.
Add to that a first year coach and the
outlook for this year's thinclads might
not seem too bright.
On the contrary, the women
Wolverines have developed a powerful
squad.
FORMER OLYMPIAN France
Krader Goodridge has already guided
the cross country team to its first vic-
tory against Bowling Green, 23-34, as
the rookie mentor replace former coach
Ken Simmons.
"There's been no trouble (in making
the transition)," said Goodridge, the
Michigan graduate, "I wish it could
have happened earlier. I won't be
caught up till the cross country season
is over."
While Goodridge might be a bit
behind, her runners are right on the top
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MELANIE WEAVER, the most
talented runner on the women's squad,
has already claimed a first place
against the Falcons setting a new cour-
se record with a time of 18:20.2 for the
5000 meters.
Last year Weaver had a spectacular
season, finishing as the top Michigan
runner in every cross country meet.
The Scottville native finished eighth in
the Big Ten and claimed five Michigan
records during her sophomore year.
"Melanie has been called ouir, All-
American candidate because we feel
she is very close to making it. I would
think she would make it this year, if not

in cross country then track ... possibly
both," commented Goodridge.
ALSO RETURNING from last year is
junior Lisa Larsen who started her
athletic career at Michigan as a swim-
mer but has since changed her devotion
to track. During the 1980 season Larsen
finished 12th in the Springbank event, a
race with more than 230 entries. She is
also considered one of the most im-
proved runners on the team.
The freshmen are also making their
mark on the squad already. Judy Yuhn,
of Milford, finished in a scoring position
during her first collegiate meet when
she placed sixth in last weekend's meet.
WHILE THE season started on the
right foot, the rest of the campaign is
still up in the air. "It wouldn't be fair
for me to predict (the outcome of the
Big Ten)," Goodridge noted. "When
other teams lose runners they just seem
to pick up three freshmen."
The Wolverines will have their first
major test this weekend when they
travel to Lexington to compete in the
Kentucky Invitational. The meet will be
the first chance for Goodridge to see
another Big Ten team when they face
off against Purdue, which finished
among the top three teams in the con-
ference last year.
After Kentucky, the cross country
team will continue with road trips, sin-
ce its schedule is void of any home
meets. On September 27 they will travel
to London, Ontario to compete in the
Springbank Invitational. This meet will
also be the opening event for the men's,
cross country squad.

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