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rolina sRogers concerns Blue

Page 8

Sponders changes
stop Game cocks

By ALAN FANGER
similar to being tossed into the
len after you've been battered by
of bison.
un, says Bo Schembechler.
WOLVERINES returned from
Bend and a heartbreaking 29-27
Notre Dame with more than a
hysical and emotional wounds.
3chembechler, who usually holds
vell as the Rock of Gibraltar after
shook his head and bowed in
r for a substantial portion of
day's media luncheon.
blues could not be singularly at-
d to Saturday's twist of fate. The
it of defending against South
na tailback George Rogers this:
ay in Michigan Stadium has him,
ing to make several personnel

changes among that particular 11-man
unit.
"We have to get pretty physical or we.
won't be able to stop this guy," said
Schembechler of Rogers, a Heisman
Trophy candidate who rambled for 141
yards against Southern California
Saturday night in a 23-13 losing effort.
"If Southern Cal couldn't stop him...
we can't hit him like they did."
SCHEMBECHLER explained that he'
is "in the process of debating" the
nature of changes that will be made
before the matchup with the
Gamecocks. But he added that "I don't
want to say who or how many" changes
will be made.P
Even with a few adjustments in the
lineup, Schembechler still foresees
great difficulty in stopping the powerful

Rogers, whom he calls "maybe the best
running back we've played against."
"I cannot emphasize too strongly the
ability of Rogers," said the 12th-year
coach. "If you're going to start a pro
franchise, take him."
WHILE MUCH of Schembechler's:
remarks focused on ogers and the
talented Gamecock offense, the
Michigan, mentor couldn't avoid some
painful reminiscing about the events
that took place in the shadow of the
Golden Dome.
"We're not in a position where we can
afford to lose games like that," he said,
"because we have to fight for'
everything we can get.''
When asked whether game films'
revealed that Irish split end Tony Hun-;
ter had caught a fourth-down pass out'
of bounds on his team's final drive,'
Schembechler replied, "Yes"; adding'
that, "if he was not out of bounds, they
should have allowed him to keep run-
ning."
GAME OFFICIALS ruled that Hunter
was in bounds when he caught the pass
from Notre Dame backup quarterback

Blair Kiel, enabling his team to stop the
clock and allow kicker Harry Oliver to
boot a 51-yard field goal that gave the
Irish a two-point win.
Offensively, he said, his team has run
few options in the first.two games
because they have not mastered the
concepts related to the execution of the
play.
"I'll bet you that in option football, in
two games, we've run no more than
eight options," said Schembechler.
"We just can't run the option play
(Rick) Leach rin against the type of
See more sports, page 10
defenses we're playing against today."
SIDELINES: Backup center Tom
Garrity, who had moved into the second
spot when Jeff Felten was sidelined for
the season with a knee injury, will also
be forced to sit out the remainder of the
season with a bad knee. Guard Kurt
Becker, while retaining his starting
position, will also serve as a backup
center should starter George Lilja get
injured .

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Wolverine linebacker Andy Cannavino makes an unsuccessful attempt to
stop halfback Phil Carter's touchdown in Notre Dame's 29-27 win over
Michigan.

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SATURDAY
Softball
Women's Tournimeit
Alpha Omega Phi 13. Bush I
Wild Pitch 12, Bush 0
Thronson I1, Newberry'1
Alpha Omega Phi 4, Hunt 3
Humor 1. Thronson 0
Wild Pitch 9. Alpha Omega Phi A
Humor 15, Wild Pitch I (championship)
SUNDAY
Soccer
Michigan House 4, Fletcher 1
Masters of Torture 1, Marauders 0
Ilighlanders 1, Med S. 0
Economics 7, Markley Frost 0
Leaf Hoppers 10. Adams 0
N. 1.M.E. 6, Frederick House 0
Softball
Independent
Test Tube Babies 11. The Corporation 7
Plan 9 10, Navy 1
10 Special 7, Linden A.C. 0 (forfeit)
E Street Band 9, Foul Play 0
Irradicators 9, Dirty Dozen 3
Delta Eagles 16, Warriors 3
Demons 7, Anheuser Brewers 0 (forfeit)
Spats 6. The Droogs 0
The Negs 7. Theta Xl0 (forfeit)
(Goldfarb Bonding 14, Prospectors 3
Friaternity
Phi Delta Theta 6, Sigma Alpha Mu 4
Kappa Sigma 10, Psi Upsilon 7

Co-Rec
ShootzieScores 9, Apathetics 6
Genuine Rish 10, Jetsam 3
Boogie Oogie 9. Standard Deviates 8
Wasps 5, Evans Scholars 0
U Towers 'B' 5, The Jams 2
Nitwits 9. Nematodes 5
High Ho's 15. Derelicts 5
Fisher Body 0, MoJo Bombers 0 (double forfeit)
P.B.'s 14. Les Entrejambes I
Hit and Run 6. Dirt I
Amoebas 13, Remnants 0
Thunderbergs 14. Outlaws I
Women's
Brass Tacks 7, Williams House 0 (forfeit)
Cellar Dwellers 7, Master Batters 0 (forfeit)
Cracker Jocks 7. S, nford Sluggers 0 (forfeit)
Graduate
Pros & Cons 10, Fred Vader 4
DSD 'C' 6. Bunghotoxins 5
Law Senators 11, Agent Orange 5
DSD 'A' 22, Empire Strikes Out I
DSD 'D' 16, Law Nose 4
Law Wackers 10, Natty Dread 9
Superstars
White Shadows 13. Maintenance 7
Breakin' Trainin' I. Jacques Seed 2
Fast-Pitch
Psychology 10. Phi Sigs I
Pack 11 5. Indians I

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BILLBOARD
There will be a meeting for any male
interested in trying out for the
Michigan men's tennis team, Thur-
sday, September 25 at 3:00 p.m. down-
stairs in the large classroom in the
Athletic Administration Building, at
Hoover and State streets. Please bring
class schedules and if you are unable to
attend, call Coach Brian Eisner at 663-
2411, and leave your name and number.
When the Philadelphia Phillies
beat the Chicago Cubs. 23-22, on May 17,
1979, major league records set included
runs-batted-in for one game. 45. and
total bases, 97.

1. Alabama (34)......2-0
2. Ohio State (26) ......2-0-0
3. Nebraska (2) ....... . 2-0-0
4. Oklahoma.........1.0-0
5. So. California ......2-0-0
6. Pittsburgh (1)......2-0-0
7. Texas ...... ......2-0-0
8. Notre Dame ..........2-0-0
9. Florida State .........3-0-0
10. Georgia.............3-0-0
11. Penn State ........ 2-0-0
12. Missouri ...........2-0-0
13. Washington ...........2-0-0
14. North Carolina ......2-0-0
15. Arkansas .........1-1-0
16. UCLA...............2-0-0
17. Michigan..........1-1-0
18. Auburn ............24-0
19. Maryland............3-0-0
20. Arizona State ........2-0

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