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Page 8-Tuesday, November 25, 1980 -The Michigan Daily
SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Red Wings can Lindsay

Carter, seven others
earn first team
All-Big Ten honors

DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Red
Wings, saddled with the second-worst
record in the National Hockey League,
fired Coach Ted Lindsay yesterday and
named farm team Coach Wayne Max-
ner to succeed him.
"We felt that to be fair with our public
and our fans.:.. we had to make a
change," said Jim Skinner, the Red
Wings' director of hockey operations.
"We're just going to start off with a new
era."
Lindsay, an NHL Hall of Famer and
general manager from March 1977 until
last summer, lasted just 20 games
behind the Detroit bench. He had only
three victories and failed to win in 13
road games.
Lindsay had no previous major
league coaching experience, but he saw
many seasons as a Red Wings player
and member of the "Production Line"
with Gordie Howe and Sid Abel in the
Red Wings' glory years of the 1950s.
Also swept out was assistant coach
Marcel Pronovost, like Lindsay a
National Hockey League Hall of Famer
who joined the club late last year to
help with the team's ragged defensive
play.
Skinner described Maxner as "a
disciplined coach. He'll stand for no
monkey business."
Maxner said it "was an honor to say
the least" and said he was thrilled. "My
heart always was with the Red Wings."
He said his first chore would be to
"analyze the talent to see how good we
are."

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Gerry1
Faust of Moeller High School in Cincin-1
nati was named head football coach
yesterday at Notre Dame, replacing
Dan Devine, who announced he wasI
resigning before the beginning of the'
present season.
Faust, 45, has been head coach at
Moeller since 1963 during which time
his teams have posted a 173-17-2 record
and only Sunday Moeller crushed
Massillon 30-7 to win the Ohio Division I
championship for the fifth time in the
last six years.
Moeller finished with a 13-0 record
and has won 33 straight including 70 of
the last71 games.
The selection of Faust, who becomes.
Notre Dame's 24th coach, was announ-
ced by Rev. Theodore Hesburgh,
president of Notre Dame.
Rev. Edmund Joyce, executive vice
president of Notre Dame and chairman
of the athletic board, said "We feel
quite strongly that Gerry Faust is the,
perfect individual to carry on the great

tradition associated with athletics at
the University of Notre Dame. I don't
know of anyone acquainted with Gerry
who doesn't have the greatest respect
and admiration for him and his accom-
plishments."
Rematch tonight
NEW ORLEANS (AP)-Roberto
Duran promises to make Sugar Ray
Leonard "kiss the floor of the ring"
while Leonard promises a change in
tactics to win back the World Boxing
Council welterweight title when they
fight Tuesday night in the Superdome.
In the first fight, Duran controlled
the tempo, especially in the early roun-
ds, by bulling Leonard to the ropes. It
won't be that way this time, said
Leonard, who is known for fancy foot-
work and blazing hand speed.
"I just found out I have a left jab,"
said Leonard, who feels he didn't use
his to jab to full advantage in Montreal,
where he lost the title to Duran on June
20. "I'll just pace myse f more carefully
this time."

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Faust
... replaces Devine

By TOM SHAHEEN
With Wire Service Reports
It came as no surprise. Michigan
wide receiver Anthony Carter, who
earlier was named to the Football
News' All-American teamheaded a list
of eight Wolverines who were named to.
the United Press International All-Big
Ten Conference team yesterday.
In addition to speedster Carter,
Michigan's offensive line provided a
Maize and Blue flavor to the Conferen-
ce team as tackles Bubba Paris and Ed
Muransky, along with center George
Lilja and guard John Powers were
named to the squad.
MICHIGAN'S defensive unit, which
did not allow a touchdown in its last
four games, placed three players on the
first defensive unit. Senior linemen Mel
Owens and Mike Trgovac and
linebacker Andy Cannavino were also
named by the conference's coaches to
this year's first team.
Purdue senior quarterback Mark
Herrmann, who set NCAA and Big Ten
records this season, was the squad's
first-team quarterback for 1980. Art
Schlichter, Ohio State's field gener.al,
was named to the second unit.
The Buckeyes, Big Ten runners-up
and on their way to the Fiesta Bowl,
also placed eight players on the Big Ten
first-team. The Ohio State entourage
features flanker Doug Donley and the
only offensive repeater from last year's
team, kicker Vlade Janakievski. Other
'Buckeyes named were defensive back-
field standouts Todd Bell, Ray Ellis and
Vince Skillings and linebacker Marcus
Marek. OSU's senior tailback Calvin
Murray, who led the Big Ten in rushing,
was also named to the first team.
BESIDES Herrmann, Purdue had
two other representatives on the first
team. Tight-end Dave Young, an All-
America candidate was an over-

whelming choice for tight end honors.
Young caught 51 passes for the third
place Boilermakers in conference play
and is considered a top pro prospect.
The other Purdue player to grab first-
-team accolades was senior lineman
Calvin Clark.
Indiana, who finished 3-5 in the Big
Ten, managed to place two players on
the UPI team. Junior defensive back
Tim Wilbur and junior linebacke
Marlin Evans were the two Hoosiers
honored. Michigan State punter Ray
Stachowicz, who led the league, was'
named for the second straight year es'
the all-league punter. Rounding out th'e
squad are Iowa senior defensiVe
lineman John Harty and Minnesota's
senior fullback Garry White.
UPI Top Twenty
NEW YORK (UPI)-The United
Press International Board of Coaches
top 20 college football ratings after 1d
weeks with first-place votes and recerr
ds in parentheses.
1. Georgia (40) 10-0 626
2. Notre Dame (2) 9-0-1 550
3. Florida St. 9-1 5 b
4. Pittsburgh 9-1
5. Penn St. 9-1 411
6. Oklahoma 8-2 386
7. MICHIGAN 9-2 359
8. Baylor 10-1 ai
9. Alabama 8-2 30
10. Nebraska 9-2 217
11. North Carolina 10-1 15
12. Ohio St. 9-2 443
13. Brigham Young 10-1 139
14. UCLA 8-2 13t
15. Washington 9-2 100
16. Mississippi St. 9-2
17. Southern Cal 7-2-1 41
18. Florida 7-2 14
19.SMU8-3 12
20. Texas 7-3 10

Schembechier jovial after big win

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defend (than Purdue's Mark Herr-
mann) because of the maneuverability.
Schembechler couldn't resist a jab at
Saturday's officials, who allowed a
Schlichter-to-Doug Donley pass com-
pletion to the Michigan 32-yard-line on
the final OSU drive. Replays showed
that Donley was clearly out of bounds

on the Batch.
"IT WAS the same sideline and the
same officials we had at Notre Dame
(when a sideline pass from Blair Kiel to
Tony Hunter, in which the receiver was
out of bounds, was ruled complete),"
Schembechler grunted. "They like a
wider field, I think."'

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But the Buckeyes advanced no fur-
ther than the 32 on the march, and it
was time for Bo and the boys to
celebrate. "I stood up on the plane and
said, 'I don't give a damn what you
guys think; I'm going to smoke a vic-
tory cigar,' "he said.
"Then Anthony (Carter) pipes up
with that squeaky little voice of his and
says, 'Coach Bo, I can't stand cigar
smoke.'
"SO I SAID, OK, I won't smoke," he
laughed.
Schembechler laughed throughout
the luncheon, passing out cigars to the
writers and exchanging uncharac-
teristic small-talk. He was even able to
laugh at his own failure in the bowl
games, something he has rarely been
able to do.

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November 28
1. Pittsburgh at Penn St. (Pick score)
November 29
2. Army at Navy

3. Arizona St. at Arizona
4. Texas A&M at Texas
5. Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma
6. Miami, Fla: at Florida
7. Georgia Tech at Georgia
8. Alabama at Auburn
9. Arkansas at Texas Tech A
10. Rice at Houston
11. UCLA vs.Oregon St. (at Tokyo)
12. Brigham Young at Nevada-Las
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14. Holy Cross at Boston College
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