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Page 8 Tuesday, October 14, 1980 The Michigan Daily

Battle for the Ju:g

Michigan seeks third
consecutive defense

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By MARK MIHANOVIC this team," Schembechler predicted.
With one rivalry safely behind him "This is a real key game for us,a really
and another looming in front, Michigan tough one to win."
coach Bo Schembechler was pleased THE LAST TIME that Bo took a
but cautious as he discussed the Michigan outfit into Minneapolis was in
Wolverines upcoming opponent, the 1977, when the Gophers stunned the
Minnesota Gophers, yesterday at his college football world by dumping the
weekly press luncheon at Weber's Inn. undefeated and top-ranked Wolverines,
"This'll be a big challenge against 16-0. One year later, the Blue snatched
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revenge with a 42-10 trouncing of Min-
nesota, and since then, the "Little
Brown Jug" has resided in Ann Arbor.
"The Jug is part of it," said Schem-
bechler when asked why a contest
against a team that has not won a con-
ference title since 1962 assumes such
significance. "The Jug is pretty big.
Because of the tradition; it's the biggest
symbol we play for."
Minnesota enters the game sporting a
2-3 slate, 1-2 in the conference. The
three losses, however, have come at the
hands. of Ohio State (47-0), Southern
California (24-7); and Purdue (21-7 last
Saturday), so Schembechler stuck to
his characteristic "don't take this too
lightly" approach.
"THE STRENGTH of their offense is
those two big backs (Marion Barber
and Garry White)," he said. "That's
the name of their game.
"They are the best defensive team we
have met so far," he continued.
"They've got two big linebackers. It's
the quickest Minnesota defense I've

seen."
Minnesota coach "Smokey" Joe
Salem whistled a different tune when
contacted via telephone in Minneapolis.
"As a team, we've probably been our

ters. But Salem thinks he has fo
right guy: a freshman by the n
Tim Salem. Yep, the boss's son.
"He played well early in the
the elder Salem said. "He hasn

'As a team, we've probably been our own worst ener
commit penalties at the wrong time, we fumble the b
throw it away. We have made too many mistakes to be
caliber of teams we have played.'
_"Smokey"Joe
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own worst enemy. We commit penalties anything great, but he gives u
at the wrong time, we fumble the ball, leadership out there. He's bett
we throw it away. We have made too the other ones we've got here."
many mistakes to beat the caliber of The Wolverines left Mi
teams we have played." Stadium last Saturday with a 3-2
MINNESOTA started the 1980 cam- overall and a 2-0 conference mar
paign with a very unstable situation at the victory over Michigan Sta
quarterback, with five possible star- three gridders were added to th

und the ded list. Cornerback Brian Carpenter
lame of suffered a concussion, guard John
Powers' previously-injured knee was
year," banged up, and tailback Lawrence
't done Ricks is hobbled by a sore ankle.
WHILE IT IS too early in the week fdtr
Schembechler to determine whether
Ricks will be ready by Saturday;
Schembechler already has his starting
RV. We tailback picked: Butch Woolfolk, who
all, we rushed for 140 yards against the Spar-
tans.
gat the "Butch did a good job coming off the
bench," the coach said. "I have ilo
question that Woolfolk will statt
alem because I don't even know if Ricks' is
available."
Perhaps the phase of the game that
is good most pleased Schembechler 'itt
er than Michigan's defeat of its arch-rival was
the punting. Michigan freshman Dori
chigan Bracken booted the pigskin four times
record for a 50.3 yard average, outdueling th4
rk after nation's leading punter, Ray
te, but Stachowicz, who kicked five for a 47.4
e woun- average.
"The one thing I give myself credit
for was I liked Bracken as a kid," Bo
said. "When he first came in here he
was quiet, unassuming, but confident. I
told him, 'When you come in here there
' are.going to be 100,000 people watching
you. Now you're from Thermapolis
Wyoming, and you've never seen that
are the many people.' But he was confident."

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"Can you change our game from
Friday to Saturday? There's a Bruce
Springsteen concert on Friday and
everyone on our team is going."
"We can't play on Sunday. Our shor-
tstop has a biology midterm Monday,
and our star pitcher is going to the
Lions' game."
"Can't you get better umpires? Those
idiots have cost us two victories
already. I know we lost both games by
13 runs, but those bad calls turned the
games around."
Complaints. The Intramural Depar-
tment has become accustomed to them.
Every year in every sport, at least one
disgruntled manager or player will
gripe about the field conditions, the
umpires, the color of the
bats-anything which might arouse his
or her ire.
Complaints continued to trickle into
the IM department during the recently
concluded sbftball season. But as usual,
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was highly favorable.
More than 250 teams competed in the
softball program, and this large num-
ber of participants created some
scheduling problems for Rochelle Bast
and DeborahWebb, Assistant Directors
of Recreational Sports.
To their credit, both Bast and Webb,
along with supervisor of officials Moby
Benedict, were as accomodating as
practicality would allow. The depar-
tment's flexibility, plus a relatively dry
September, made it possible for the
season to end on time-before the first
snow, thank goodness.
Let the Phillies and Royals go at it for
a few more weeks-the IM softball
season is over ... finally. The season of-
ficially ended Sunday when Elliot
House defeated Gomberg House, 3-0, to
claim the Residence Hall 'A' division
championship.
Earlier in the day, Hamilton Gold
nipped Butler, 1-0, for Class 'B' honors
and the Huberites defeated Zpd Rotvig,
5-4, in the 'C' championship contest.
Reeves I muzzled the Wild Ones, 23-3,
last Thursday for the 'D' title.
The Superstars crown was also
awarded Sunday. This division, which
in its first year of existence lured only
four team entries, provided high-
caliber ballplayers an opportunity to
flaunt their talents. The White Shadows
Sports On Tap
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Oct. 15 Western Michigan
Oct. 16 Windsor
WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY
Oct. 14 Albion
Oct. 15 vs. Hope College, at Holland
Oct. 17-18 Big Ten Tournament,
at Madison, WI.
WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 18 Big Ten Championships,
at Columbus, OH
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 17 Michigan State
WOMEN'S GOLF
Oct. 17-18 Indiana Invitational,
at Bloomington, IN
FOOTBALL
Oct. 18 vs. Minnesota, at Minneapolis, MN

beat Maintenance, 7-6, to sna

title.
In fraternity action, perennial
powerhouse Phi Delta Theta defeated
five of the division's most formidable
teams to win the 'A' championship,
capping their march with a 6-1 victory
over Sigma Phi Epsilon last week.
Other fraternity winners were Phi
Sigma Kappa ('B'), Fiji ('C'), and Chi
Psi ('D').
The Test Tube Babies downed Gold-
farb Bonding, 6-1, on October 5 to win
the Independent division champion-
ship. In Class 'B' competition, the
Slowballers (titlists during the spring-
summer season), prevailed over
Fubars No. 2, while the Big Dogs ('C')
and Foul Play ('D') also garnered
honors.
Humor won a laugher against Wild
Pitch, 8-1, in the women's division
finals, and Delta Sigma- Delta 'A'
mauled D.C. & Howe, 12-3, in. the.
graduate championship 'A' contest.
Murphy's Law, the Cementicles, and
the Teratogens were also grad division
winners, while Pack II blanked
Psychology, 7-0, in. the fast-pitch
division finals.

Nets streak
past
Pistons
PISCATAWAY, N.J. (UPI)-Cliff
Robinson scored a game-high 26 points
and rookie Darwin Cook added 14 last
night to lead the New Jersey Nets toga
108-92 victory over Detroit for the
Pistons' third straight loss.
The Nets jumped in front in the first
quarter as Robinson, a second-year
forward from USC, scored 12 points to
give the Nets a 36-28 lead. The Nets in-
creased the :margin to 13 points at the
half, shooting 71 percent from the floor
to take a 64-51lfead.
The Pistons fought back in the final
quarter, getting as close as eight points,
with 3:29 left. John Long led the Pistons
with 17 points.

IM Scores

FRIDAY
Football
Independent
Positrons 11 4, Juggernauts 2
N.A.D.S. 7, Droogs 6 (first downs)
State St. People Diggers 2, Bucks 0
Furniture Club 10, Aeroheads 6
Fraternity
Sigma Alpha Mu 'A' 12, Alpha Tau Omega 6
Theta Delta Chi 'B' 12, Sigma Alpha Mu 'B' 0
Fiji 'B' 0, Delta Upsilon 'B' 0 (double forfeit)
Zeta Psi 12, Fiji 'A' 6
Co-Rec
Kelsey Hunt 26, Breakers 8
Amoebas 6, Mean Machine 0
Michigan House 0, Chicago 'A' 0 (double forfeit)
5th Hinsdale 8, Little House Co-Habs 0 (forfeit)
Residence Hall
Rumsey 'B' 8, Hamilton 'B'0 (forfeit)
Taylor II 'B' 1, Kelsey Roots 0 (fd)
SUNDAY
Softball
Superstars
White Shadows 7, Maintenance 6

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Residence Hall
2nd Rotvig 4. Blanston's Boys 3
Huberites5, 2nd Rotvig 4
Football
Independent
Ambantana 20, Dish Rags
Steelers 8. Studs 0
White Shadows 10, U Towers 'A'8
ABENG, 8, Balsa Blues 0
Arbory Pirates 8, Irradicators 6
Marauders 1, D. Offs 0 (fd)
Geddes Corner 2, Clash City Rockers 0
School of Music, ,Cambridge Bums 0 (forfeit)
Spoon River 8, A.A. Inc. 0 (forfeit)
Forum 14. MMB 12
Kodiak Trunks 10, AK's 8
Silver Streak 118, No Name 0 (forfeit)
Exterminators 6. Nads 0
The Force, 22, NROTC Maize 0
Crusaders 8, Cambridge Stars 0 (forfeit)
Fraternity
Theta Delta Chi 6, Lambda Chi Alpha 0
Alpha Sigma Phi 18, Delta Epsilon 12
Zeta Beta Tau 6, Delta Chi 0
Kappa Alpha Psi 6, Phi Delta Theta 'A' 0
Phi Delta Theta 'B'8, Sigma Phi'B' 0
Delta Upsilon 'B' 6, Theta Chi 0
Alpha Delta Phi 6, Triangle 0
Sigma Chi 14. Delta Tau Delta 0
Lambda Chi Alpha 'B' 24, Chi Phi 'B'0
Zeta Psi 6, Chi Psi 0
Co-Rec
Wango Tangos 12, Clan 8
Scio Drive-in 8, Frost 10
Cambridge Sweethearts 20, Army ROTC 0
Evanscholars 5,High Ho's 6
Nitwits 8, MoJo Bombers 0
Wasps 6,Chargers 0
Les Entrejambes 8, SMAJ 0 (forfeit)
Couzens 6, U Towers 'B' 2
Bay Street Bombers 12, Kappa Zappa 0
Mashers 6, Theta Xi 0
Hit and Run 8 Rotvig Rubble Rousers 0 (forfeit)
Pizza Bob's 8, Pi Phi 0
Frederick House 0, Pumas 0 (double forfeit)
Walloons 6, Gefks 0
Graduate
Invisible Hands 2, MBA Green 0
Abra Cadavers 8, Expatriates 0
Bottom Quarter 12. Arch. Wonders 8
Bronze. 8,Mantle Xenoliths 8 (OT)
Maize & Blue8, D.C. Howe 0 (forfeit)
MBA Blue 8, Health's Angels 0
Hypnotic Drive 6, Agent Orange 0
SCOBB 16, HRSi Sled 14 o
Med School Plagues 14. Law Gold 0
Residence Hall
East Quad Prescott 1. Couzens0 (fd)
Elliott 'A' 30, Stockwell Raiders 0
Bursley Bruisers 20. Oxford 'A' 6
Reeves 'B' 6. Adams'B' 0
Night Stalkers 8, Frost110
Blandston's Boys 11 8. Fred. Hosp. 41
Chicago 12, Delta Eagles 0

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