100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 27, 1981 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1981-10-27

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

I

SPORTS
Tuesday, October 27, 1981

e Michigan Daily

Page 8

BILLBOARD

Entries for the all-campus singles
d co-ree doubles intramural racquet-
11 tournament are due October 28.
am racquetball entries are due on
e same date for fraternity, women's,
aduate/faculty/staff, residence hall,
d independent divisions. The all-
mpus singles racquetball tour-
ment will be held October 31 at the

IM Building beginning at 11:00 a.m. If
necessary, the tournament will con-
tinue November 1 at 11:00 a.m.
On November 4, instant scheduling
will be held at the IM Building from
11:30 a.m. until 8:0' p.m. 'f'or the foot-
ball playoffs. This scheduling will con-
tinue on November 5 from 11:30 a.m.' Wh
until 4:30 p.m.Ra

Blue Rose h-opes revived

By DREW SHARP
at a difference a week m
a lO 0 fcl twhen T

akes.
Minhioa

4rgentin# and The Revolution"
DO. RICHARD COUCH will be speaking on the follow-
ing occasions about the revolution in Latin America:
TUESDAY LUNCH-DISCUSSION AT THE
INTERNATIONAL CENTER-12 Noon
603 E. MADISON STREET
WEDNESDAY AT THE ECUMENICAL
CAMPUS CENTER-7:30 P.M.
921 CHURCH STREET
THURSDAY LUNCH-FORUM AT THE
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN-12 Noon
1432 WASHTENAW AVENUE
FRIDAY MORNING AT THE
WESLEY FOUNDATION-9:30 A.M.
602 E. HURON STREET
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE AT
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-9:30 & 11 A.M.
1432 Washtenaw Avenue
Dr. Couch has been in Argentina under United Presbyterian auspices since
1959. He has served as Director of the River Plate Christian Study Center
and teaches practical theology in Buenos Aires. He has worked actively in the
area of human rights in Argentina. He is currently on leave in the USA.
Sponsored by: The Ecumenical Campus Center, First Presbyterian Church,
and Office of Ethics and Religion, U. of M.

seven uays ago, wnen mcnigan
coach $o Schembechler addressed the
media at his weekly press luncheon,
Rose Bowl aspirations were the last
thing on his mind. The Wolverines had
lost a 9-7 squeaker to Iowa, and for the
first time in Schembechler's 13 years as
the Michigan field general, a Wolverine
squad had a "zero to none" chance of
going to Pasadena.
YESTERDAY, however, the light of
optimism returned to Schembechler's
eyes. Sure, Michigan defeated North-
western in a cakewalk, 38-0, but more
importantly, the Hawkeyes were field-
goaled to death by Minnesota 12-10, and
Illinois handed Wisconsin its secondv
consecutive conference setback, 23-21.
The Wolverines' Rose Bowl hopes,
considered dead after the loss to Iowa,
have been resurrected following the
Northwestern win.
"It's the wildest race I've ever seen,"
said Schembechler, confidently puffing
on a cigar. "There are seven teams
which have a legitimate shot at the
championship. The only teams that are
out of it are Northwestern, Michigan
State, and Indiana. The title is up for

Seven teams still
have shot at title

next week," said Schembechler. "We
aren't thinking of red-shirting him for
the rest of the season. We want him
back. I'm hoping that he'll be ready the
following week. After a week or two,
Thompson could be ready to play..I'm
not sure about Needham, and Haji-
Sheikh won't even by ready to practice
until later this week."

grabs. It's there for the taking."
"UP FOR GRABS" is an understate-
ment. Five teams, including Michigan,
are tied for third place with 3-2 con-
ference records. Iowa and Ohio State
are tied for the top spot with 3-1 marks.
Such tight standingsare bound to build
fan interest in the conference for the
remaining four weeks.
"There's enthusiasm in Minneapolis,
Columbus, Champaign, and Madison,
right now," Schembechler added. "It's
going to be tough for us. We have quite
a chore on our hands. We might very
well be playing the four best teams in
the league right now over the next mon-
th. That presents quite a challenge."
Making that challenge even greater
for Schembechler is the fact that he'll
begin his drive for the conference
championship with an almost totally
rebuilt defense.

"OUR SECONDARY has got to come
forward and give us some leadership
because we are awfully young up
front," said Schembechler. "They (the
defensive secondary) are finally
healthy. (Defensive back Brian) Car-
penter survived the Northwestern
game with his bad ankle, so we were
lucky there\"
The secondary may be healthy, but
there are other key injuries to the
defense which are worrying Schem-
bechler. Linebackers Robert Thom-
pson, Ben Needham, defensive lineman
Winfred Carraway, and placekicker Ali
Haji-Sheikh head the wounded list.
Carraway injured his ankle in prac-
tice a few weeks ago and hasn't played
since. Defensive captain Thompson
tore a tendon in his hand last week, for-
cing him to miss the Wildcat game.
Needham and Haji-Sheikh missed the
game due to an injured knee and a
hamstring pull, respectively.
"Carraway isn't going to be back

0
0

Schembechler
'title up for grabs'

SIMULAION STATION
HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL

Michian Grid Statistics

500 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor

Team
Statistics

Individual
Statistics

Bergeron ........0
Bean ............. 0
Betts ............0
Dunaway.... ....0
'Team'...........0

0

0
0
0
0

5-5
0
0
o-1

0
0
0
0
0

1.2
0
0.
0
0

0
0
Q
0
1

8
6
6
2

4 TOKENS $1
TUES.-THURS.

3-6 p.m.

ENJOY 60 VIDEO GAMES
500 E. LIBERTY, DOWNTOWN NEXT TO SECOND CHANCE

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 Conv.
Success Pct .....

MICH
137
99
33
5
2668
478
5.6
381.1,
1926
361
5.3
275.1
742
117/46/7
6.3
16.1
106.0
34/1547/45.5
24/167/7.0
16/268/16:$
10/105/10.5
8/6
38/339
181/25.9
25
18
7
0
19/20
2/5
2/6
44/95
.463

Opp.
128
63
58
7
2293
488
4.7
327.6
968
302
3.2
138.3
1325
186/100/10
7.1
13.3
189.3
41/1566/38.2
9/14/1.6
15/242/16.1
7/11/1.6
12/6
25/203
90/12.9
9
3
6
0
9/9
0/0
9/12
36/103
.350

Rushing
Att Gain lossyds avg TD LP

Woolfolk.........
S. Smith......
Ricks...........
Edwards ..........
Rogers ...........
Carter ...........
Ingram...........
K. Smith .........
Hassel ..........
Dickey.........
Mercer..........

- - -- a ...,.

159
73
55
41
9
8
8
3
2
2
1

985 19 9666.1 4

Bracken...........34

1547 45.5 61

394 85
273 6
232 0
49 0
48 12
30 0
19 '0
8 0
8 0'
2 0

309 4.2
267 4.9
232 5.7
49 5.4
36 4.5
30 3.8
19 6.3
8 4.0
8 4.0
2 2.0

7
6
0
0'
1
0
0
0
0
0

89
37
60
30
11,
23
15
12
8
4
2

Field Goals

Punting
No Yds

0-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Haji-Sheikh ....0 0 0-1 1-3 0
Bergeron....... 0 1-1 0-1 0 0

Total
1I4
1-2

0

Avg Long

Returns

PR/Yds/Avg/LP KOR/Yds/Acg/P

Passing

S. Smith..........114
Dickey ............3

PC Int Pct Yds TD JP
45 7 .395 716 7 71
1 0 .333 26 0 26

Carter .........
.Edwards...
Burgei ........
Hassel........
Ricks......
Carpenter .
Jackson .......
Cooper........,
Rose........

1/14/14.0/14
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
12/100/8.3/48
9/44/4.9/13
1/8/8.0/8
1/1/1.0/1

7/139/19.9/29
5/76/15.2/26
2/24/12.0/12
1/16/16.0/16
1/13/13.0/13
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
0/0/0/0
"0/01/0

1:ilii:

Receiving

*j1.'J4

s

A

L

k

Carter............
Dunaway........
Woolfolk. ...
Bean ...........
Petts............
Edwards ..........
Brockington......
Ingram.........

No
19
7
6
5
4
3
1

Yds
362
93
34
89
76
53
25
10

Avg
19.1
13.3
51
17.8
19.0
17.7
25.0
10.0

TD
4
1>
0
1
0
0.
0

LP
71
26
11
26
52

[

heI~

01

2
2
1

*irhn

~tF~n~

* .-
Student Newspaper at The University of Michigan
1'
r- - ------ .WRITE YOUR AD HERE! -----------.
Ii ~--_- - ii
- ----.- .- -
t"- i
- -t--
I L--------CLIP AND MAIL TODAY!-------- --mm I
USE THIS HANDY CHART TO QUICKLY ARRIVE AT AD COST
Words Days
1 2 3 4 5 add.
0-14 1.85 3.70 5.55 6.75 7.95 1.00
-Please indicate
15-21 2.75 5.55 8.30 10.10 11.90 1.60 wherethisad
22-28 3.70 7.40 11.10 13.50 15.90 2.20 forrent
29-35 4.60 9.25 13.90 16.90 19.90 2.80 forsale
help wanted
36-42 5,55 11.10 16.65 20.25 23.85 3.40 roommates
43-49 6.45 12.95 19.40 23.60 27.80 4.00 eet.
Each group of characters counts as one word. Hyphenated words over five characters count as two words. (this
includes telephone numbers). Seven words equal one line.
Advertisement may be removed from publication. For ads which required prepoyment, there will be no refunds.
All other ads will be billed according to the original number of days ordered.

Score by quarters

Scoring
TDr'MpToExP2-pt FG
smith............7 0 0 0 1 0
Ricks........... . 6 0 0 0 0 0
Carter ............. 1 4 0 0 1 0
Woolfolk ...........4 0 0 0 0 0
Haji-Sheikh........ 0 0 0 14-14 0 1-4

S
0
0
0
0
0

1.2 3
MICHIGAN................30 69 47
Opponents............r.....23 30 27

4 tot/avg
35 181/25.9
10 90/12.9

24 1
25 2
10
3.
4
TP 5
44 6
36 7
32 8
24 9
17 10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

AP TOP TWENTY
. Penn St. (45) .... 6-0-0 1,259
Pittsburgh (19).. 6-0-0 1,235
. Clemson ........ 7-0-0 1,105
. Southern Cal .... 6-1-0 1,079
. Georgia.........6-1-0 990
. Texas...........5-1-0 893'
. Mississippi St. . 6-1-0 796
. Alabama........6-1-1 730
. North Carolina .. 6-1-0 630
. Arizona St.......6-1-0 557
. Iowa St.......... 5-1-1 548
Nebraska ........-2-0 520
. So. Methodist .... 6-1-0 509
Washington St.,. 6-0-1 501
.MICHIGAN..... 5-2-0 435
. Iowa. ..........5-2-0 327
Florida St....... 5-2-0 272
. Washington .. ....6-1-0 173
. Oklahoma .......3-2-1 128
. Arkansas ........ 5-2-0 104

IM SCORES
Sunday Blaraza.14, Public Health 0
FootballMBA Blue Aggies 14, ANSI1,0
Football DSDA'6, Tricho Bezoar 0
Graduate/Faculty/Staff Co-Rec
Ambulance Chasers 28, Law Dogs 0 Crusaders 116, Chicago Maize 0
Awesome Giants 12, Blow Out 0
TONIGHT at Couzens 16G Fascist Pigs 0
Utopians 6, High Ho's 0
Residence Halls
Oxford 20, Deep Cleats 6
Crush 20, Elliot ZUkowskis 8
Bursley Boozers 36, Hamilton Fothermuckers 0
S 16 E. Liberty 994-5360 Yentzers 8, Fletcher 0
Apocalypse Now 48, Little Schmucks 0

10% .REBATE
SALE
STORE WIDE
10%, OFF

UPI TOP TWENTY
1. Penn St. (40) 6-0 . . . . .........628
2. Pittsburgh (2) 6-0 ............587
3. Southern Cal. 6-1............522
4. Clemson 7-0 ..................501
5. Georgia 6-1 ....................441
6. Texas 5-1................ .341
"7. Alabama 6-1-1................301
8. Mississippi.St. 6-1............270
9. Nebraska 5-2...............266
10. Iowa St. 5-1-1................214
11. North'Carolina 6-1.............207
12. Washington St. 6-0-1...........162
13. Oklahoma 3-2-1................83
14. MICHIGAN 5-2 .................82
15. Washington 6-1...............9
16. Iowa 5-2....................77
17. Florida St. 5-2.................69
18. Ohio State 5-2.................40
19. Miami (Fla.) 4-2........ .....37
20. Arkansas 5-2..................32

0

/

A

I

Lay-a-ways Welcome

I LSAT MCAT GRE
GRE PSYCH ."GRE B10 MAT
GMAT OAT OCAT. PCAT
VAT. SAT* ACT* CPAe*TOEFL

f

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan