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SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y

The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 24, 1980-Page13
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'M' six-game stats

RECORD: 4-2 (Big Ten 3-0)
TEAM
FIRST DOWNS...................
Rushing ........................
Passing ..........................
Penalty..... ...............
TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS ......
TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS .....
Rushing Attempts.............
Rushing Yards .................. 1
Passing Attempts................
Pass Conmpletions ............ .
Passing Yards...............
AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME ... 3
Rushing ......................... 2
Passing ......................... 1
AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY ....
Avg Per ush.................
Avg Per Pass............... . .
(completion)
TOTAL NUMBER OF PUNTS .....
Total Yards..................
Avg Per Punt................. 4
INTERCEPTIONS/YARDS.
FUMBLES/LOST................
PENALTIES/YARDS ............ 28
Date M Opp
/13 17 Northestern 10
9/20 27 at NOTRE DAME 29
9/27 14 SOUTH CARlOLINA 17
10/4 38 California 13
10/11 27 Michigan State 23
10/18 37 at Minnesota 14
SCORING BY QUARTERS
1 2' 3
MICHIGAN .........27 64 21
Opponents ........ ..3 40 23

Mich
128
75
44
9
440
238
316
1356
124
69
882
373.0
26.0
147.0
5.1
4.3
12.8
18
803
44.6
8/27
13/8
/233

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Opp
110
54

46
10
400
1685
261
770
139
77
915
280.8
128.3
152.5
4.2
3.0
11.9
26
1077
41.4
4/58
12/6
30/294

RedWing9s rout.
DETROIT (AP)-Rookie Mike Blaisdell scored his first two professional goals
last night as Detroit downed Colorado 5-1 and became the last National Hockey
League team to register a victory.
Detroit had dropped its first five games.
THE RED WINGS jumped to a 1-0 lead only 15 seconds into the game on a goal
by rookie Jody Gage. A short-handed goal by Colorado's Doug Berry tied it less
than six minutes later.
John Ogrodnick then started the Red Wings on a three-goal blitz as he notched
his fourth goal of the season at 18:58. Blaisell's first goal came at 1:30 of the second
period, then Errol Thomtpson staked Detroit to a 4-1 lead on a set-up from Mike
Foligno at 3:58.
Blaisdell, the Red Wings No. 1 pick in the 1980 NHL entry draft, scored his
second goal at 3:57 of the third period.
The Red Wings' defense played steadily.in front of goalie Jimmy Rutherford,
who stopped 26 Colorado shots. Detroit had ente;ed the third period in four of its
first five games either tied or ahead, only to lose due to poor defense.
Detroit is 1-5 and in last place in the Norris Division while Colorado dropped to
3-3-1 in the Smythe Division.
Lions sign Lawless
POINTIAC (AP)-The Detroit Lions strengthened their injury-depleted offen-
sive line yesterday by signing free agent and former Dallas Cowboys starter.Bur-
ton Lawless to a multi-year contract, a club spokesman said.
The 6-foot-4, 255-pound offensive guard is in his sixth National Football League
season. He will be in uniform Sunday when the Lions meet the Chiefs in Kansas
City.
LAWLESS WAS THE Cowboys' second-round draft choice in 1975 and became
the first rookie since 1965 to start on Dallas' offensive line.
He retired from the Cowboys during training camp and was traded to the
Miami Dolphins, who released him. Defensive back Luther Bradley, who has
missed the last three games with a knee injury, was placed on the injured reserve
list to make room for Lawless.

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Attend.
108,824
59,075
104,213
104,621
105.263
56,297

4
48
40

Total
160
106

See more sports pgs. 11 and 12

RUSHING
Ricks......................
Woolfolk....................
Edwards .......................
Ingram ..........................
Hewlett .........................
S. Smith .........................
Carter...........................
Wangler.......... .............
PASSING
PA PC
Wangler...........108 64
S.Smith.............. 2 1
Hewlett ............. 14 4
RECEIVING
No.
Carter..................... 26
Betts....................11
Mitchell ................... 7
Dunaway................. 6
Edwards .................6
Ricks .....................5
Woolfolk .................. 4
Ingram.................. 3
Gear................. .... 1
PUNTING
No.
Bracken...................i18
FIELD GOALS

Att
83
89
84
19
18
3
2
18
Int.
4.
0
0
Yds
388
104
133
100
71
23
29
23
11

Yds
466
444
375
80
61
5
I
-86
Yds
798
11
73
Avg
14.9
9.5
19.0
16.7
11.8
4.6
7.8
7.7
11.0

Avg
5.6
5.0
4.5
4.4
3.4
1.7
0.5
-4.8
TD
9
0
2
TD
7
1
0
2
0
1
0
0
0

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Yds Avg. Long
803 44.6 60
Att Made Long
9 7 45

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TACKLES
By coachesfilm)

Cannavino..................
6 cgash ........................
Owens .......................

Tkis Asst
75 33
43 29
29 23
32 10

Total
108
72
53
42

GRIDDE PICKS
It's homecoming week again at the
University, which means pep rallies,
mudbowls, Bob Ufer, and Gridde Picks.
Get your picks in to the Daily offices,
420- Maynard, by midnight Friday, and*
you'll be eligible for the free one-item
pizza from Pizza Bob's.
1. Illinois at MICHIGAN
(Pick score)
2. Michigan St. at Purdue
3. Ohio St. at Wisconsin
4. Iowa at Minnesota
5. Indiana at Northwestern
6. Arkansas at Houston
7. Oklahoma at Iowa St.
8. SMU at Texas
9. Notre Dame at Arizona
10. Georgia at Kentucky
11. Pittsburgh at Tennessee
12. UCLA at California
13. Tulane at Georgia Tech
14. Missouri at Kansas St.
15. Harvard at Princeton
16.S. Mississippi at Alabama
17. Northern Michigan at W. Illinois
18. N.W. Louisiana at Central Michigan
19. Clarion St. at Slippery Rock
20. DAILY LIBELS at Ypsilanti St.

(Sanfrancisco
symphony Orchestr
David Del Tredici: "Happy Voices"
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante, K. 364
Stravinsky: Rite of Spring
&rturday October 25,8:30
111 Auditoritum
$12, $10.50, $9, $7, $5, limited no. at $8.

Tickets at turton Tower,
Weekdays 9-4:30, Sat. 9-12.

Edo de Wwart. Conductor
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109
Phone 665-3717.

'j\IVEASITYc7IUSICAL OCIETY
In Its 102nd Year

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U of M vs.

Ohio State Univ.

Bring you the Wolverine Express
to the OSU Game

THE MICHIGAN UNION & UAC

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Student Rush Tickets available at Hill
Office 11:30 a.m.-12 noon Saturday. $3
person.

Auditorium Box
each. Limit 2 per

DUE TO THE LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS TO THE GAME WE
WILL HOLD A DRAWING TO DETERMINE THE LUCKY PARTICI-
PANTS ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29th FROM 5:00-7:00 PM IN
MAIN DINING ROOM AND THE UNIVERSITY CLUB OF THE MICH-
IGAN UNION.

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TO BE ELIGIBLE YOU MUST:
* Be a currently enrolled U of M student
* Fill out a registration form (ony two names per form;
you cannot enter your name twice on the some form).
* Be present at the drawing to be held WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29th
* Present your validated U of M student I.D.
AND
* One picture 1.D.
* Make your paynent in CASH (sorry no checks) when your name is drawn.
REGISTRATION FORMS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THESE CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
LS&A INFORMATION DESK
MICHIGAN UNION MAIN DESK
TICKET CENTRAL, Main Floor Michigan Union
REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 2:00 PM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29th
BRING COMPLETED FORMS TO THE MAIN DESK OF THE MICHIGAN UNION
*Bus seating is available for $25 for those who already have tickets.

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U of M vs. OSU WOLVERINE EXPRESS REGISTRATION FORM

NAME

ADDRESS

STUDENT WD. No

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