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The Michigan Daily Saturday, October 4, 1980 Page 9

MICHIGAN

CALIFORNIA

Cal passing

game 'Golden'

OFFENSE

By GARY LEVY
Michigan's defense will be tested by
the opposite extreme from last week
when it hosts California this afternoon
in Michigan Stadium.
The Wolverines (1-2) will have to ad-
just from George Rogers and the South
Carolina ground game to Rich Cam-
pbell and the Golden Bears aerial at-
tack which has Michigan coach Bo
Schembechler wary.
"CAL HAS GOTTEN off to a disap-
pointing 0-3 start, but you can't take a.
team like them lightly by any means,''
said Schembechler. "They have a great
passing game. Everyone knows about
Rich Campbell at quarterback, but they
also have great receivers. If you allow a
passing attack like they have to get hot,
it could be a long afternoon."
Campbell has amassed 6,171 career
passing yards and needs to average 206
pagsing yards per game to break the
NCAA record of 7,818 yards. In Califor-
nia's three losses this season, the 6-5,
220-lb. senior has completed 93 of 128 at-

QB Campbell guides
Bear aerial circus

tempts for 1,023 yards and three touch-
downs.
His primary targets are fullback
Dave Palmer (20 receptions, 121 yar-
ds), tight end David Lewis (15 recep-
tions, 161 yards), split end Matt Bouza
(10 receptions, 179 yards), and flanker
Holden Smith (seven receptions, 142
yards).
SCHEMBECHLER'S concerns of
controlling the California offense have
compounded since the Golden Bears
added a ground game to compliment
it's passing attack.
"It was almost non-existent a year
ago. Now they average about 100 yards
a game," said Schembechler. "That

might not seem significant, but a year
ago, they passed for 300 yards and had
17 yards rushing. We can't hope to hold
them anything close to that."
California's question-mark is a
defense which has allowed 41, 26, and 31
points in it's three losses to Florida,
Army, and Arizona. But Schembechler
said that the score has not been in-
dicative of the defense's performance.
"CALIFORNIA'S defense has been
placed in difficult positions in almost
every game. Their offense has turned
the ball over 13 times, and it has had a
very adverse effect on the defense,"
said Schembechler. "We think their
defense is equal to last year's, which we
felt was one of the toughest we played

last year."
Michigan hopes to rebound following
its consecutive non-conference losses to
Notre Dame and South Carolina and
Schembechler admitted that today's
contest will be tough mentally for his
squad.
"We lost two ball games that we
easily could have won. That takes its
toll. Now's the time the character
people will stand up to be counted,"
said Schembechler. "What we do today
will be important to how we do the rest
of the season."
This will be the eighth meeting bet-
ween the two schools, with Michigan
holding a 5-2 -edge in the series. Last
year, the Wolverines upended Califor-
nia, under third-year coach Roger
Theder, 14-10, at Berkeley. Cal led 10-0
at the half, but fumbled the second half
kickoff inside its 10-yard line, leading to
a Michigan touchdown.
Last Saturday's loss to South
Carolina was only Michigan's sixth
home loss in Schembechler's 12 years
as coach.

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BIG TEN FACES WESTERN INVASION:
Showdown is Bruin in Columbus

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By DAN CONLIN
The wagon train pulled in late last nig
2000 trudge beginning deep in southern(
One brief stop in Arizona and the group w
bled. The University of California, UCLA,
State, and Arizona all ordered back east i
the Big Ten.
Four strong teams thrown into the raging
Big Ten? A year ago, maybe that would hav
case, but today that fire needs lots of woo
can rage. This afternoon, a great showingI
teams would re-establish credibility.
The game which would most readily
nation's eye will take place in Colui
Buckeyes, 3-0, host the UCLA Bruins wh
undefeated after three outings. Earle Bru
Schlichter show will be up against one of
defenses in the country. Two time All-Ame
Wilson
declared
eligible
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP)-The
Illinois Supreme Court rejected the Big
Ten Conference's appeal yesterday and
cleared the way for University of
Illinois quarterback David Wilson to
play in today's non-conference game
against Mississippi State.
The Big Ten had gone to state
Supreme Court Justice William G.
Clark on Tuesday in its attempt to
declare the junior college transfer
academically ineligible to play football
for the Illini this season.
A THREE-JUDGE state appeals
court had ruled 2-to-1 two weeks ago
that the 21-year-old Calfornian could
play while his lawsuit against the Big
Ten was pending in Champaign County
Circuit Court.
Three of the court's seven justices
dissented. The Supreme Court issued
only a three-paragraph order with no
opinions attached.
The Big Ten had ruled that Wilson
should be classified as a senior, and
therefore isn't eligible to play for the
Illini this season because he hasn't
made enough academic progress.
Wilson has led the Illini to a 2-1-1
record this season despite his on-again,
off-again eligibility and his court fight
with the Big Ten.

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ny Easley leads the Bruin defense at free safety and
has already racked up 17 solo tackles.
The UCLA offense, after scoring 35 points last week
in the Bruin shutout of Wisconsin, has grown into a
balanced attack with the passsing of quarterback
Tom Ramsey and the running of tailback Freeman
MacNeil. The Buckeye defense will have its hands
full with MacNeil who has rushed for 235 yards this
year and is averaging 5.5 yards per carry.
Whether the Bruins fare well at Columbus or not,
the West Coast will be scoring points today, as San
Diego State visits Madison. The 2-1 San Diego team
proves to be exciting as quarterback Matt Kofler
teams up with his favorite receiver Bobby Taylor.
Against Missouri San Diego's running game was held.
to 14 yards but Kofler was able to complete 14 passes
for 218 yards. The aerials unfortunately left San
Diego on the short end.

Illinois will be in another exciting game as it meets -
Emory Bellard's Mississippi State Bulldogs. The two
teams appear evenly matched which will put the~
Illini in another thriller.
Michigan State looks for an upset as Notre Dame'
comes to town. The 1-2 Spartans boast running back-
Steve Smith and quarterback Brian Clark as their
sparkplugs in their upset bid.
Indiana puts a fine team on the field against a weak"
Duke squad, and unless the Blue Devil passing game
catches fire Indiana should run wild.
Purdue hosts Miami of Ohio while Iowa entertains
Arizona.
The only intra-conference game to be played this
week is Minnesota at Northwestern. Golden Gopher
coach Joe Salem looks to even his record at 2-2, as the
Wildcats hope to find their first win of the season.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Harriers take first

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SOUTH BEND (AP)-Indiana
University's Jim Spivey finished first
with a time of 23:35 and the Michigan
team took first place honors at the 19-
school Notre Dame Invitational Cross
Country Meet yesterday.
Other top finishers were Michigan's
Dan Heikenen, with a second-place
time of 23:36, and third place Brian
Diemer, also of Michigan, with a time
of 23:55.
Joel Marachand of Malone College in
Canton, Ohio, was fourth and Malone's
Dave Finnestad was fifth, followed in
order by Mike Baker of Illinois State,
Kevin Higdon of Indiana, Jon Schmidt
of Illinois, Jeff Rawlings of Malone and
Chris Koehler of Bowling Green in
Ohio.
The Hoosier team took second place,
followed in order by Illinois, Malone,
Auburn of Alabama, Illinois State,
Bowling Green and Eastern Illinois.
*IN Scores
Thursday
M Softball
Independent
irradicators 5, Delta Eagles 4
Spud Boys 6, Hrsi Sled Dummies 2
Fraternity
Theta Xi 10, Upsilon 0
Zeta Beta Tau 7, Acacia 4
Co-Rec
Ihantom Daze 11, Carpet lioctors 1 7
D.I.R.T. 9, State St. Lumberjacks 4
Bombers 3, Farouk 2
Thunder Bergs 14, U Towers 3
Graduate
Trash 12, Nu Sigma Nu 3
Teratogens 7, Random Errors 0 (forfeit)
Agent Orange 10. Fred Vader 7
Cememticles 8, Law Wackers 5
MBA Blue 11, Murphy's Law 10
Residence Hall
Elliott 4, Palmer'A' 2
Cambridge 7, Oxford 0 (forfeit)
Reeves 17, Van Tyne 6

Women harriers place
second at MSU meet
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING-The Michigan
women's cross-country team took three
of the top five positions, but still
managed to finish only second in the
three team Michigan State Invitational
yesterday at East Lansing. MSU won
the title with only 28 points, Michigan
compiled 40 points, and Eastern
Michigan finished third with 59.
Despite the decrepit weather con-
ditions, which included snow, ice, and
rain, Wolverine Melanie Weaver
managed to lead Michigan by placing
second. Teammate Sue Fredrick
finished closely behind in third place,
and Michigan's Lisa Larsen took- fifth.
Lynn Fudala and Annette Penilo roun-
ded out the Wolverine's top five,
finishing 14th and 16th respectively.

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