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By ALAN FANGER
BLOOMINGTON-Nobody, but
nobody in this out-of-the-way com-
munity wants to see a sequel to
Breaking Away, which was filmed here
nearly two years ago. At least not
before the day is out.
The Indiana Hoosiers have a fairly
good idea of who to cast in the lead role,
but their mission this afternoon at
Memorial Stadium is to stop the would-
be star, Michigan wide receiver An-
thony Carter, dead in his tracks.
IT DIDN'T HAPPEN last year in Ann
Arbor-as a matter of fact, the aura
surrounding Carter and his abilities as
wide receiver was"given impetus after
he hauled in a 45-yard John Wangler
pass as the final gun sounded, escaped
a pair of Indiana defenders, and dashed
into the end zone for the touchdown that
gave the Wolverines a hearthrobbing
27-21 victory.
"You can't play him with single
coverage very often," said Hoosier
coach Lee Corso, mindful of the heroics
that spelled doom for his feisty team a
year ago. "Some teams have tried and
they've been burned. The problem is
compounded because of the way they're
utilizing him this year."
Corso, meanwhile, has to be concer-
ned with his own receiving corps, which
is ailing with injuries. Flanker Nate
Lundy and tight end Dave Harangody
will miss the game-both are starters.

Harangody does have a solid backup in
Bob Stephenson, however.
THE INJURIES may force the
Hoosiers to utilize their running attack
more often, and Corso can afford it with
some talented backs such as all-time
Today's Indiana-Michigan
game will be heard at 1:30
p.m. on the following radio
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ting on picking up too many giveaways.
THE HOOSIERS haven't diverged
from anyone's expectations this season
after dropping their season opener to
Iowa they knocked off four straight op-
ponents before giving Ohio State a dif-
ficult time in a losing effort, 27-17.
Indiana would like to return to a post-
season bowl but preferably of greater
stature than the Holiday Bowl in which
they played last December. Corso can
be satisfied with the fact that represen-
tatives from eight bowls including the
slightly more prestigious Peach, Liber-
ty, and Blue-Bonnett bowls will be in at-
tendance.
"Our whole philosophy is based on
this," Corso said. "We start the season
by thinking of going to the Rose Bowl,
but to do that you have to win all your
Big Ten games. We're out of that.

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Secondly, we try to win more than we
lose so we can be called winners. Thir-..
dly, the more games you win, the war-
mer your December is."
INDIANA COULD conceivably laun-
ch itself into contention for a bid to a
major bowl with a victory over
Michigan, but the Hoosiers would have
one remaining roadblock to achieve.
that goal-a season ending matchup
against Purdue in West Lafayette.
The Wolverines, meanwhile, are
healthier than they have been in
several weeks. That can only put an ex-
tra spark into an offense that
discovered quite a bit of success in the
Minnesota and Illinois games.
FROM THE SIDELINES: Carter
needs but one touchdown reception to
tie Dick Rifenburg for career high
among Wolverines in that category.

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Indiana rusher Mike Harkrader and
Lonnie Johnson in the lineup.
Add on the Big Ten most-valuable-
player last season, quarterback Tim
Clifford, and it adds up to the first two-
pronged attack the Wolverines have'
had to face all season long.
And if that wasn't enough to give Bo
Schembechler something to worry
about, Indiana is also the least mistake-
prone team in the conference. In seven
games, the Hoosiers have turned the
ball over just 13 times-eight on inter-
ceptions and five on fumbles. In
previous games, the Wolverines have
been aided by a few opposition tur-
novers. But Schembechler isn't coun;

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Kurt Becker............(255)
George Lilja.........(255)
John Powers.........(255)
Bubba Paris ...........(270)
Anthony Carter......(161)
Alan Mitchell .......... (185)
John Wangler........(192)
Stan Edwards........(205)
Butch Woolfolk.......(207)
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(71)........Gerald Michko.
(72)......Chuck Gannon
(70)........ Lucky Wallace
(65)..........Jeff Goldin
(73).......Gerhard Ahting
(89)........... Nate Lundy
( 7)...........Steve Corso
(14)........Tim Clifford
(29).........Jerry Bowers
(24)....Mike Harkrader
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Winifred Carraway .... (235)
Robert Thompson ..:..(215)
James Herrmann ...... (215)
Andy Cannavino.....(220)
Keith Bostic ..........(198)
Brian Carpenter.......(166)
Marion Body.........(182)
Tony Jackson.. ....(173)
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(82).........Mark Smythe
(68)......Denver Smith
(92)..............Ken Ball
(31).....Craig Kumerow
(17).......Marlin Evans
(60)..........Craig Walls
(21)........Dart Ramsey
( 8).........Tim Wilbur
(19).......Mike Pendleton
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By LARRY FREED
The more things change, the more
they stay the same.
In a year where the Big Ten was sup-
posed to begin an evening out process,
the same teams still remain atop the
standings at the halfway point this
season. And barring any upsets, it
should come down to the "big two"
fighting it out in Columbus, with the
"little eight" looking on.
This weekend's slate of Big Ten
games should do nothing to alter the
standings with the league leaders, Ohio
State, Michigan, and Purdue all on the
road.
The Buckeyes will bring the con-
ference's top rated defense to East
Lansing when they play Michigan
State. The Spartans, who are still in
search of their first league win, will on-
ce again start sophomore John Leister
at quarterback. Since he started three

MINNESOTA TOPS WOLVERINES, 9-4
Gophers blast 'M'

weeks ago, Michigan State has become
one of the top passing teams in the
nation, averaging over 200 yards per
game. Ohio State will counter the Spar-
tans' offense with their own firepower,
that includes quarterback Art
Schlichter and tailback Calvin Murray.
Schlichter, a. Heisman trophy can-
didate, has accounted for over 150 yar-
ds a game in total offense, while
Murray has been averaging more than
100 yards on the ground.
Dycke Stadium should be the scene of
some more offensive fireworks, as
Mark Hermann brings Purdue, the
second ranked .passing team in the
nation, to take on the hapless North-
western Wildcats. The Boilermakers,
who have two of the nation's top
receivers in Dave Young and Bart
Burrell, should put on an aerial show
against the Wildcats, who have allowed
more than 35 points per Saturday. Mike
Kerrigan will again attempt to quar-
terback Northwestern to its first vic-
tory of the season.
The surprising Fighting Illini, who
are still battling the Big Ten off the field
as well as on, play host to Minnesota.
Dave Wilson,'the center of all the con-
troversy, again will receive the starting
call and that insures that the passing
game will be on exhibition at Memorial
Stadium. Wilson, who puts the ball in
the air an average of 40 times per
game, has made the Illini one of the
premier passing teams in the country.
Minnesota, however, primarily likes to
move the ball on the ground with its all-
purpose back Marion Barber. The
Gophers also will bring their father and
son combination to Illinois. Joe Salem
will be calling the shots on the sidelines,
while his son Tim directs the team on
the field.
Wisconsin travels to Iowa this
weekend in a game that pits the two
weakest offenses in they conference.
Both teams have been held to an
average of under 10 points per game,
and are struggling to find a consistency
in their offenses. The Badgers will be
led by quarterback John Josten and
defensive end Dave Ahrens. The
Hawkeyes will try to get their offense
on track with running back Jeff Brown.

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Friday The-13th,

By GREG DeGULIS
Special to the Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-The old addage
tat the more you shoot the more you
core held true last night as Minnesota
utshot the Wolverines and outscored
tkiem, 9-4 in front of 5,436 at Williams
trena.
The Golden Gophers humbled weary
chigan goaltenders Paul Fricker and
,ter Mason with 43 shots while the
wolverines attempted 25 chances on
im Jetland. The third period was
t pical of the type of game as the two
tgams traded penalties, with Minnesota
able to exert more consistent offensive
pressure.
A common example of the Minnesota
offensive power was the goal scored by
aron Broten after a nifty drop pass
eve Ulseth in the third period. Also
typical of the game was Michigan's
mediate goal in response as Steve
)ichmond and John Blum combined

the best passing made all evening as
Richmond beat Jetland in the right cor-
ner.
Minnesota continued the onslaught as
Mike Knoke deflected an Ulseth slap-
shot to beat Fricker.
Overall, Minnesota was able to effec-
tively kill penalty minutes more easily
than the Wolverines. Along with the
defensive penalty-killing efforts, the
Broten brother line, Aaron and Neil
consistently put the heat on the
Michigan goalies. Gopher co-captain'
Ulseth also contributed to the offensive
prowess with 5 points. ;
In a seesaw first period marred by
seven penalties Minnesota opened the
scoring on a power play goal by
sophomore Aaron Broten. Broten slap-
ped home a low hard shot which slipped
through Fricker's legs and dribbled
over the goal line.
Michigan retaliated with a power
play goal of its own at 8:44 of the first

period when junior winger Paul Bran-
drup poked a loose puck in a scramble
in front of the net.
Five minutes later Golden Gopher co-
captain Steve Ulseth cleanly beat
Fricker after a series of picture perfect
passes.
Minnesota wasted no time in the
second period as Bryan Erickson slid a
shot past a sprawling Fricker with only
13 seconds gone, giving the Gophers a 3-
1 lead.
After 10 minutes of listless hockey a
flurry of activities ensued, resulting in
three more Minnesota goals and two
Michigan goals. At 12:49 Erickson once
again scored on a disputed goal which
ricocheted off a skate and sneaked past
Fricker.
The Wolverines retaliated 40 seconds
later as Dennis May blew a shot past
Gopher goalie Jim Jetland with assists
from Don Krussman and Gordie Ham-
pson.
Minnesota responded as Ulseth rifled
a slapshot from the blue line to beat
Fricker just as Tim Manning left the
penalty box.
At 17:35 a wide open Kevin Hartzell
lifted a wrist shot over the right
shoulder of Fricker to give his team a-6-
2 lead.
Bourne knocked in his own rebound
off the post at 19:07 to close the.Min-
nesota lead to 6-3.

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FIRST PERIOD
SCORING-1. Minn-A. Broten (Ulseth, Knoke)
12; 1. Mich.-Brandrup (Hampson) 8:44; 2.
Migin-Ulseth (Ericson, Hartsull) 13:31.
'sPENALTIES-Mich-Richmond (roughing) 1:00;
nn-Ericson (roughing) 1:00; Mich-Lundberg
Ibowing) 2:40; Mich-Blum (delay of game) 3:43;
inn-Berglofs (interference, roughing) 7:48;
inn-Meadows (holding) 11:20.
2ND PERIOD
^coring-3. Minn-Ericson (A. Broten, N. Broten)
(913; Minn-4. Ericson (N. Broten, Knoke) 12:49;
1fch-2. May (Krussman, Hampson) 13:2k9; Minn
*. Ulseth (N. Broten; Ericson) 15:53; 6. Minn-
*rtzell (Ulseth, vergloff) 17:35; Mich-Bourne
Mlum, Mars) 19:07.
is Penalties-Minn-Jensen (trip png) 1:28; Mich-
1111w (roughing) 8:49; Minn-ensen (roughing),

SAVES
Period 1
Mich-Fricker............ 13
Mich-Mason .............. -
Minn-Jetland.............8

2 3 T
17 6 36
- 7 7
7 10 25

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