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*The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, September 22, 1981

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Wolverines look towards next foe

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By GREG DeGULIS
"I don't care if they played Allegheny
A&M. Navy is a good football team."
-Michigan coach
Bo Schembechler
And so Schembechler set the tone for the
weekly football luncheon yesterday. The
Wolverine mentor did not gloat over the convin-
cing Notre Dame victory, but chose instead to
concentrate upon the Navy preparation.
"Since 1977, they (Navy) are 26-11 including
wins over Pittsburgh and they beat Washington
by 14 points on national TV in Seattle, so don't
tell me that Navy isn't a good football team," the
* coach cautioned the press.
SCHEMBECHLER emphasized one of the in-
trinsic strengths of the Midshipmen. "You know
a guy going to Navy is smart-a solid character.

They don't make mistakes." Schembechler
alluded to no interceptions and only two fumbles
for the 2-0 Midshipmen.
Invariably, though, the topic of the Notre
Dame victory arose. "It (the victory) was the
reverse of Wisconsin. Everything went good for
us and everything went bad for Notre Dame,"
the coach reflected.
Asked if the team would improve after the
Wisconsin game, Schembechber remarked.
"That was easy. Anything would be an im-
provement over Wisconsin. Beating Notre
4Dame-no that's not easy.."
SCHEMBECHLER pointed out that a produc-
tive week of Notre Dame preparation ended any
fears of a Michigan demise. "What encouraged
me was the way we practiced. They were
crushed after Wisconsin."

Michigan Grid Statistics

TEAM STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL
STATISTICS

Total First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Total Net Yards
Total Plays
Avg. Per Play
Avg. Per Game
Net Rushing Yards
Total Attempts
Avg. Per Play
Avg. Per Game
Net Passing Yards
Att/Comp/Int
Avg. Per Attempt
Avg. Per Comp.
Avg. Per Game
Punts/Yds/Avg.
Punt Ret/Yds/Avg.
KO Ret/Yds/Avg.
Int/Yds/Avg.
Fumbles/Lost
Penalties/Yards
Scoring
Total Pts/Avg.
Touchdowns
Rushing
Passing
Returns
PAT's/Att.
2-Pt. Conv/Att.
Field Goals/Att.
Third Down Conver,
Success Pct.

MICH
27
21
5
1
636
127
5.0
318.0
494
94
5.3
247.0
142
33/7/5
4.3
20.3
p1.0
15/623/41.5
11/107/9.7
5/91/18.2
3/29/9.7
1/0
11/99
39/19.5
6
4
2
0
3/3
0/3
0/3
8/30
.267

Opp.
35
20
12
3
652
142
4.6
326.0
327
99
3.3
113.5
325
41/19/3
7.6
17.1
112.5
16/622/38.9
3/-1/-0.3
4/56/14.0
5/11/2.2,
4/2
5/39
28/14.0
4
1
3
0
4/4
0/0
0/1
9/30
.300

Woolfolk
S. Smith
Edwards
Ricks
K. Smith
Rogers
Ingram
Mercer
Carter
Totals
MICHIGAN
Opponents
S. Smith
Totals
MICHIGAN
Opponents
Carter
S. Smith
Woolfolk
Ricks
Haji-Sheikh
Totals
MICHIGAN
Opponents

RUSHING
Att Gn. loss YdsAvg TD1
37 260 2 258 7.0 1
19 104 10 94 4.9 2
16 78 0 78 4.9 0
13 54 4 50 3.8 1
7 0 7 3.5 0
1 6 0 6 6.0 0
2 6 0 6 3.0 0
1 2 0 2 2.0 0
3 5 12 -7 -2.3 0

LP
89
26
20
10
5
6
5
2
4

Carter
Woolfolk
Brockington
Totals
'MICHIGAN
Opponents
Bracken
Totals
MICHIGAN
Opponents

RECEIV
No.
4
2
1

7
19

One player who received much of the credit for
the excellent practices was sophomore quarter-
back Steve Smith. "He (Smith) could've been
down after Wisconsin, but he had a heckava
week in practice. Sn ith knows what he's doing
out there," Schembechler pointed out. "We all
know he's got talent."
Senior tailback Butch Woolfolk also received
some recognition. "Woolfolk is getting better
and better." Asked why the senior is improving,
the coach said, "He runs with more power now.
He's not as fancy. He's a speed and power run-
ner."
Schembechler mentioned that the Wolverines ,
must improve the passing game and receive ,
more consistency out of the defense, especially
on the line. One defensive lineman who
distinguished himself, though, was sophomore
GRIDDE PICI
VING
Yds Avg. TD LP Gerry Faust, like most Det
110 27.5 2 71 had a rough week. Not only
7 3.5 0 4 Irish squad embarrasssed on.
25 25.0 0 25 television, but his Gridde picks
142 20.3 2 71 worst record. To add insult to
325 17.1 3 71 his alma mater, Cincinnati A
NG was defeated by the Daily Libels
Jim Sadler, however, was one
Yds. Avg Long
623 41.5 60 sports fan who fared bette
Wolverine enthusiast made 17
623 41.5 60 picks; and not only topped Faus
622 38.9 53 other entrants as well, to capt
INS week's Griddes.
If you want a chance to win
vg/LpKOR/Yds/Avg/LI one-item pizza from Pizza Bo
0 4/79/19.8/29 compete with the "experts" fi
/0 1/12/12.0/12 Daily football staff, t dp
7/48 0/0/0.0/0 , justrop
picks at the Daily (420 Maynard
7/48 5/91/18.2/29 midnight Friday.
/5 4/56/14.0/23
GALS 1. Navy at MICHIGAN (pick score)
3039 40-49 50+ Total 2. Indiana at Syracuse
0.1 0-2 0-0 0.3 3. Bowling Green at Michigan State
4. UCLA at Iowa
0.1 0.2 0.0 0-3 5. Ohio State at Stanford
0-0 0-0 0-0, 0-1 6. Notre Dame at Purdue
7. Utah at Northwestern
UARTERS 8. Miami (Fla.) at Texas
2 3 4 9. Penn State at Nebraska
14 19 6 10. Florida at Mississippi state
14 7 7 11. Oklahoma at USC
12. Maryland at North Carolina State
13. South Carolina at Georgia
14. Auburn at Tennessee
AD Q " 15. Kentucky at Kansas
' 'AR D uaJ.;:
0 j 16. Idaho at Hawai
17. Holy Cross at Harvard
18. California State at Slippery Rock
d in watching the 19. Humbolt state at occidental
Pasadena on New 20. DAILY LIBELS at Edmund Fitzgerak

Doug James at middle guard. "James is a
pleasant surprise," the coach said. "He came in
and did a good job."
Elaborating on the defense, Schembechler
noted, "The secondary improved and (Keith)
Bostic was outstanding." Bostic was Michigan's
second leading tackler against Notre Dame and
was responsible for an important hit which
deprived the Irish of a first down.
After the Notre Dame synopsis, Schembechler
turned into a bit of a predictor concerning the
rest of the 1981 season. "It's going to be a topsy-
turvy season. There will be a lot of close games.
Only this time we don't have the luxury of losing
or we're out of it. That's a lot of pressure to be
playing under each week."
But then again, pressure is no stranger to
Michigan football.

TURNER
rdM

non-stop thrills"
-Rex Reed
PR
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LOST ARK
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DAILY
1:45
4:15
7:0

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hoppenedto 3:40
'qm sholW 5:45
9:.45.
1:15
Thetemperatures TUES.
AUSTAR MacL EAN' 5:15y
715
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94 522 28 494 5.3 4 89
99 393 66 327 3.3 1 16
PASSING
Pct.
PA PC Int Pct Yds TD LP
33 7 5 .212 142 2 71
33 7 5 .212142 2 71
43 19 3. .442 325 3 71
SCORING
TDr'ITDoExP2-Pt FGT 'P
0 2 0 0 0-1 0-0 12
2 0 0 .0 0-1 0-0 12
1 0 0 0 0-0 0 6
1 0 0 0 0.0 0 6
0 0 0 3-30-1 0-3 3

PUNTI
No.
15
15
16
RETUR
PR/Yds/Av
0/0/00/
o/0/0.0/
11/107/9.7
11/107/9.7
3/-1/-0.3
FIELD GC
0.19 20.29
00 4

Carter
Burgel
Carpenter
Totals
MICHIGAN
Opponents

Haji-sheikh
Totals
MICHIGAN
Opponents
Sc
MICHIGAN
Opponents

04-
0-0

00
0-1

CORE BYQL
I ,
0
0

4
1

2 0 3-3 0-3 0-3 39
3 0 4-40-0 0-1 28

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IM Scores
SUNDAY
Softball
Independent
DAILY LIBELS 9, Walloons 7
Warriors 6, 69ers 2
Flying Kites 9, Hemorrhoids 0 (forfeit)
Resident Hall
Kelsey Roots Gold 4, Adams 122
Elliot "A" 9, Scott House "A" 5
Adam's Ants 9, East Quad All-Stars 0 (forfeit)
6th Van Duren 22, 6th Lewis 2
Bursley Bruisers 17, Hamilton Four 14
West Quad Williams 7, ALH "6th Klein" 3
Co-Rec
Eatonites 14, Frost 2
Bouncing Barristers 9. Scott House a (1fea%
Hit-N-Run 17, Southern Transfers 2
96ers 7, The Jams 4
Axe Murders 9, Prescott Prawns 0 (forfeit)
H.W; Demons 9, Kissin' Cousins 0 (forfeit)
A Remnants 7, Boogie Oogies 6
Women's Rec "A"
Bush Bunnies 7, Legal Beagles 3
Bush Bunnies 5, Sanford Sluggers 4
Michigan Housewomen 16, Butler Wonders 5
Graduate/Faculty/Staff
Cementicles 15, Torts Illustrated 3
Murphy's Law 20, Law Bucks 1
COD Pieces 7, RIB Tips 5
Eng. Department 9, Wonkas 0 (forfeit)
Fraternity
Theta Chi 13, Zeta P'si 4
Chi Psi 16, Kappa Sigma 5
Sigma Nu 16, Lamba Chi Alpha 7
Nu Sigma Nu 9, Tooth Fairies 0 (forfeit)
~a1 I EI ']:Tl '

Sports on Tap.
FOOTBALL
September 26-NAVY, 1 p.m.
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
September 27-Springbank Road Race,
3 p.m. London, Ontario
WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
September 27-Springbank Road Race,
London, Ontario
FIELD HOCKEY
September 24-CENTRAL MICHIGAN,
4 p.m.
WOMEN'S GOLF
September 26-27-Michgian State In-
vitational

BILLB
Are you intereste
Wolverines nlav in

Year's Day? If so, the annual drawing,
for public tickets will be held at the end
of October. In order to enter this
drawing, all one has to do is write his
name and address on a postcard and
maileit to Rose Bowl Ticket Drawing,
P.O. Box 1800, Pasadena,- California
91109. Postcards must be postmarked
between September 15 and October 15.
1700 names will be drawn.

A REVEALING COMEDY ABOUT REACHING THE TOP
BY WAY OF THE BOTTOM

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RYANO'NEAL
JTACK WARDEN MARIANGELA MELATO RICHARD KIEL

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