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SPORTS
The Michigan Daily Tuesday, November 4, 1980 Page 10
BO TAKES TEAM TO THE MOVIES

Reels reveal tenacious

By ALAN FANGER
Movies-a great way to relieve
boredom.
Everyone goes to the movies-young
and old, rich and poor, liberal and con-
servative-it has fast become one of the
many fashionable trends of modern
time.
WHILE WE'RE on the subject of
moviegoers, let's add another
prominent group to our list: the
Michigan football team.
The Wolverines have always been big
on cinema-whether it's the Friday
night war flicks that are designed to get
the adrenalin flowing for the next day's
game, or the Monday afternoon
previews of coming attractions (op-
ponents). As long as Bo Schembechler
has been stationed in Ann Arbor, it's
been a "reel" big part of the Michigan
program.
And just when they needed it, Schem-
bechler brought out the projector for
yet another time yesterday and showed
his troops some scenes from a never-to-

be-titled film about the tenacious
Wisconsin defense. The Badgers (2-6, 1-
4 Big Ten) entertain Michigan this
Saturday in a 2 p.m. EST contest.
COACH DAVE McClain's team,
which was touted in the pre-season as a
rampaging offensive squad that was
devoid of any defensive consistency,
has pulled an about-face through its fir-
st eight games of the campaign. Of the
five explosive opponents whom the
Badgers have faced this season (Pur-
due, Brigham Young, UCLA, San Diego
State, and Ohio State), only UCLA
could put more than 30 points on the
board.
On the other hand, the Badgers failed
to score any points in three of those
games, and on two other occasions they
never made it into double figures.
Makes you wonder about the value of
early prognostications.
"I looked at the films (of the Wiscon-
sin-Ohio State game), and I'm
amazed," Schembechler told reporters
at his media luncheon. They've a good

defensive team. Even statistically,
they're as good a defensive team as any
in the conference.
"THEIR DEFENSE against the rush
may be the best in the conference.
That's my biggest concern, because if
our offensive team doesn't do a good
job, it could be 6-3," he said, in referen-
ce to Alabama's defeat at the hands of
Mississippi State Saturday.
When asked if the Wolverines could
experience a letdown after their
thrashing Indiana 35-0, Schembechler
replied, "We're going to work hard
against it. Their defense is too good to
have something like that to happen."

3adger
Outside linebacker Dave Ahrens, a
second team all-Big Ten selection last
year, anchors the defense, which
Schembechler says is especially strong
at the tackle and linebacker positions.
THE ONSET OF Wisconsin and its
defense comes at an inopportune time
for Michigan. The passing game which
generated only 121 yards against In-
diana, has Bo worried, and he indicated
that practices this week will emphasize
the aerial attack.
"I'm not happy with the way we
threw the ball down there (Indiana),"
he said. "And you can forget about
having any more 300-yard running

e ense
games-the defenses we're going to be
facing are just too good. We're going to
emphasize the passing game mope."
SIDELINES: Offensive tackle Ed
Muransky was named the offensive
Champion of the Week by the coaching
staff, while strong safety Keith Bostic
was given the defensive honor . . .
defensive tackle Mike Trgovac, who
sprained an ankle in the Indiana con-
test, will run today and practice Wed-
nesday, said Schembechler, adding
that he does not know whether the
Austintown, Ohio senior will'be ready to
play Saturday.

Stickers stuck by
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By BARB BARKER
The Michigan field hockey team
completed its season last weekend with
a 1-0 loss to Central Michigan in the
second round of the state tournament at
East Lansing.
Although Michigan suffered its only
two regular season losses to Central
Michigan (one of which occurred in
triple overtime), the play was fairly
distributed on both the defensive and
offensive sides of the field. The Chip-
pewas managed to break the Wolverine
defense early in the second half to score
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the lone goal.I
"The teams seemed to be pretty
evenly matched," stated Michigan
coach Sandy Zientek. "We made a
strong showing. I am generally pleased
with our play."
The loss to Central brought the
stickers' campaign to an end with an
overall record (including tournaments)
of 11-8. The team sports a more im-
pressive regular mark of 9-2.
Although the Wolverines had a less
successful season than last year, Zien-
tek said that they had an outstanding
season considering the youth and inex-
perience of the team. This year's squad
consisted of four juniors, five
sophomores, and ten freshmen.
"The team was young and lacking
experience," said Zientek. "As the

scores of the games show, we consisten-
tly improved throughout the season."
Zientek also said that one of the
stronger aspects of this year's team
was the fact that they all worked
together as a unit rather than play
being dominated by one or two "super
stars."
Sophomore Marty Maugh led the
Wolverines in scoring with 17 goals.
Expecting all of the 19 players to
return next year, Zientek is planning
for a strong season. The stickers have
already started a post-season con-
ditioning program which consists of
running and weight lifting three days a
week.,"With one year of experience un-
der our belt," commented Zientek, "I
look forward to a successful 1981
season."

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Notre Dame (47) .... 7-0-0
Georgia (15) ..........8-0-0
Florida State (1) ..... 8-1-0
So. California (1) .... 6-0-1'
Nebraska ........... 7-1-0
Alabama.........7-1-0
Ohio State (1)......7-1-0
UCLA ...............6-1-0
Pittsburgh ......... 7-1-0
Penn State .......... 7-1-0
Oklahoma ........... 5-2-0
MICHIGAN ......... 6-2-0
Brigham Young......7-1-0
North Carolina ...... 7-1-0
South Carolina.......6-2-0
Baylor ............7-1-0
Purdue ............. 6-2-0
So. Methodist ........ 6-2-0
Mississippi State ,.... 7-2-0

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Hockey Army ROTC 7, Frost 10 (forfeit)
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Inclusions 15-13-15, 6th Douglas 2-15-8
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