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at the ticket office
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Tuesday, November 8, 1983

Men's basketball
vs. Athletes in Action
4:00 p.m. Saturday
at Crisler Arena

Page 7

Bo set to bowl by

the Gophers

By LARRY MISHKIN
It will be business as usual for the Wolverines this
week, despite their weak opponent this weekend, the
Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Actually, weak is almost a compliment for Joe
Salem's beleaguered squad that, already this season,
has lost by such lopsided scores as 84-12 to Nebraska,
69-18 to Ohio State and 56-17 to Wisconsin.
"(MINNESOTA) is playing hard, real hard," said
Bo Schembechler, looking for something positive to
say about the Gophers at his weekly press luncheon.
"Minnesota has not been winning and they've been
scored on a lot," said Schembechler. "But the films
show that they play tough and physical football."
The key question for theWolverines though, is with
the Ohio State game coming up the following week,
can the players maintain a-level of concentration tnat
will prevent any kind of letdown against Minnesota.
"THERE COULD be a problem with some players
looking a week ahead," said Schembechler. "For-
tunately, the game is on the road. This gives the
players a little more apprehension. They'll practice
hard this week because they always practice hard."

Despite practicing hard, Michigan players will get
a break of sorts as Schembechler also said he is
beginning to cut back on the practices by 20-25
minutes in an effort not to burn out his players at the
tail end of the season.
A novelty of Saturday's game is that it will be only
the second time that a Michigan football team has
played a game indoors as Minnesota plays its home
games in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. The
Wolverines only other indoor contest came in 1981
when they beat UCLA in the Bluebonnet Bowl played
in the Houston Astrodome.
IN THE GAME against the Gophers, Michigan will
be without the services of tight end Milt Carthens who
underwent a knee examination yesterday and is ex-
pected to be lost for the remainder of the season.
Replacing Carthens in the two-tight end offense will
be Eric Kattus.
Another Wolverine who may not be able to make
the trip this weekend is fullback Dan Rice who has a
bad neck. If Rice is unable to accompany the team,

sophomore Bob Perryman, who was red shirted last
season, will be used.
John Lott, Mike Mallory, Kevin Brooks and fresh-
man Garland Rivers are all healing from bruises suf-
fered in Michigan's win over Purdue, but. Schem-
bechler felt all four would be ready for action by
Saturday.
THIS SATURDAY will also be the first day that
bowl bids can officially be extended to schools and
Michigan's un-rosy bowl picture will finally begin to
come into focus.
By winning their last two games of the season, the
Wolverines will more than likely wind up in a major
bowl facing a highly ranked opponent. For the mean-
time, though, Schembechler wants to concentrate on
the Big Ten schedule.
"We want to win the last two games of the season,"
he said, "especially the last one. Then we'll talk
about the bowl possibilities. As for right now, I don't
know anything about our bowl situation and have not
talked to anybody about it since the Purdue game. I
don't know where we stand."

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB'
Freshman wide receiver Triando Markray cradles his first collegiate touch-
down reception, in last Saturday's, 42-10 Wolverine victory over Purdue.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
MSU sends stickers

into
By STEV
What happened?
to ask about Michi
.loss to Michigan St
Michigan Stat
conference going
only one win. That
Wolverines, a gam
Zientek describes
have won."
Even Saturday'
fusing. Michigan
outshot the Sparta
fortunately for th
converted on two
and Michigan cou
one of its corners.
what happened?
"In the first hal
Michigan co-capt
"but we weren't w
we got sucked into
McCarthy also fel
pumped :"or the
affected Michigan
McCarthy descr
first half play as "
but added, "Aft
second time we we
half we just domin
Michigan's ass
Collins also felt h
badly. "We out sh
then added, "they
and scored on tw(
pretty good percen
Collins added th
scoring was due t
tage of those (scor
The loss was
Michigan win cou
Purdue would
Wolverines into th
ference. That be
however, due to th
The season as a
disappointing too.
"We never sho
games," said McC
people there, we'
pulled out of us."
"We should ha
State twice and v
Purdue the first ti
it was, the Wolve
games and ended t
3-7 in the Big Ten
servers asking
question, "What ha
Men tumbler
Although the Mic
nastics team may l
of previous years, t
quad seems to be d
uickly. At last wee
vitational, Michigan
the Wolverines dis
pressive individual e
taimi Merrick Horn,
Greg Nelson and M
finished last in the fo

season oblivion
Horn led the team with some fine op-
E HUNTER tional competition and placed fifth
?That is the question overall in all-around competition.
gan's 2-1 field hockey. Horn, who is one of the two seniors on
ate last Saturday. the squad, made the finals in floor
e was last in the exercise, still rings and high bar.
into the game, with First-year head coach, Bob Darden,
victory was over the who feels that his youthful 1983 team is
ne head coach Candy off to a good start, was impressed by
as one "we should Horn's performance as well as by the
effort turned in by freshman Gavin
s statistics are con- Meyerowitz who showed some tremen-
had 13 corners and dous talent, by making the finals in the
ins seven to five. Un- floor, pommel horse and vaulting.
e Wolverines, State Meyerowitz is expected to really help
of those shots on goal the team since he scores well on the
ld only capitalize on pommel horse which is the most dif-
The question again is ficult of the events.
"It was a super effort on Gavin's
f we were ready said part," said Darden who is enthusiastic
ain Kay McCarthy, over the freshman's progress.
working together and Especially suprising performances
playing their game." came from newcomers Greg Nelson
t that State was very and Mitch Rose. Both Nelson and Rose
game, and that also also made the finals, Nelson excelling
's play. on the horizontal bar and Rose showing
ibed the Wolverines' his talent on the still rings and high bar.
not very aggressive" Darden was very pleased with both
er they scored the their efforts.
re fine. In the second "It was the first time they competed
ated." for Michigan," he said. "Two Michigan
istant coach Karen newcomers making it to the finals is
er team did not play impressive."
ot'em," she said, and The Wolverines had a fairly decent
had five shots on goal showing overall, scoring 250 points,
o of them, which is a however, what was really outstanding
stage." in the meet was that four individuals
at Michigan's lack of moved to the finals.
o "not taking advan- "Overall it was a good debut with in-
ing) opportunities. dividual talents standing out," said
costly, because a Darden, "but it was not really a team
upled with a loss by effort."
have moved the As for Michigan's competition this
hird place in the con- year in the Big Ten, the young team
came a moot point may find it very challenging. Ohio
e loss to State. State, Illinois and Minnesota are expec-
whole seemed to be ted to compete for the top positions, but
with Michigan developing its talents, it
uld have lost seven could prove to be pretty tough com-
-arthy. "We have the petition.
re just not getting it "We're competing in a real super
conference" Darden continued. "We
ve beaten Michigan just have to pull together a few more
we should have beat individual efforts into a team effort and
me," said Collins. As keep it going for the rest of the season."
rines did lose seven Darden felt optimistic about the
he season 9-7 overall, season opener and hopes to see some
,which left many ob- more improvement with the whole
that now familiar team.
appened?" -SUSAN BROSER

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hacked the rest of the field, processing
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week's griddes. The question now is
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computer?
It seems "Picks" tapped into the
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Friday.
1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota (pick score)
2. Indiana at Illinois
3. Iowa at Michigan State
4. Northwestern at Ohio State
5. Wisconsin at Purdue
6. UCLA at Arizona
7. Miami at Florida State
8. Auburn at Georgia
9. Maryland at Clemson
10. Arkansas at Texas A&M
11. Oklahoma State at Missouri
12. Notre Dame at Penn State
13. Rutgers at West Virginia
14. Southern California at Washington
15. Texas Tech at Southern Methodist
16. Navy at South Carolina
17. Wake Forest at Georgia Tech
18. North Alabama at West Georgia
19. Citadel at East Tennessee State
20. DAILY LIBELS at Gopher U.
UPI Top Twenty
1. Nebraska (38) (10-0)...........598
2. Texas (2) (8-0)...................562
3. Auburn (8-1).....................526
4. Georgia (8-0-1)...............491
5. Miami (Fla.) (9-1)...............429
6. Illinois (8-1)................416
7. Southern Methodist (7-1).......348
8. MICHIGAN (7-2).................225
9. Iowa (7-2)..................192
10. Brigham Young (8-1).........174
11. Ohio State (7-2).................167
12. Boston College (7-1).............156
13. Florida (6-2-1)..................126
14. Pittsburgh (7-2)..................94
15. West Virginia (7-2)...............64
16. Alabama (6-2)...................60
17. Maryland (7-2)...................71
18. North Carolina (7-2)..............40
19. Tennessee (6-2)..................21
20. Washington (7-2).................19
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Total Net Yards
Total Plays ..
Avg. Per Play
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Net Rushing Ya
Total Attempt
Avg. Per Play
Avg. Per Gatne
Net Passing Yarc
Att/Comp/Int
Avg. Per Att..
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Punts/Yds/Avg
Had Blocked..
Pt Rt/Yds/Avg.
KO Rt/Yds/Avg
Int/Yds/Avg..
Fumbles/Lost .
Penalties/Yds .
Scoring:
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Field Goals/Att.
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TEAM
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.... 142
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... 3435
.... 671
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rds 2411
s .. 503
.. 4.8
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'ds . 1024
.. 168/89/9
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... 33/1214/37.8
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... 13/258/19.8
.... 15/91/6.1
.... 12/4
.... 45/360
... 266/29.6
.... 34
.... 23
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Michigan Football Statistics
Mercer............. 30 151 5.0 1 Nelson ......
Rice............... 35 140 4.0 2 Schlopy.........
Opp Logue...9 56 5.2 1 Schlopy........
Carthens. ...
138 Armstrong.........13 52 4.0 0 Gartt.........
White.............. 16 50 3.1 0 Hall............
73 Perryman.......... 10 37 3.7 1 Logue...........
52S. Johnson..........1 9 9.0 0 Mallory.........
2332 Hall................ 8 -1 -1.0 1 Markray........
548 Wilcher............ 1 -2 -2.0 0 Mercer..........
259 Harbaugh.......... 1 -13 -13.0 0 Perryman ........

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9/155/17.2
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40/347
120/13.3
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503
290

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MICHIGAN.......... 23 9 2 12-14 266
Opponents........... 3 10 1 6-9 120
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Field Goals
24-29 30-39 40-49 50+ To
Bergeron............ 3-3 5-5 3-3 0-1 11-
Schloppy............. 1-2 1-

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S. Smith ............. 142
Hall................. 23
Harbaugh ............3
MICHIGAN..........168

PC
76
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7
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.535 908
.522 109
.333 7

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Opponents ........... 258 148
Receiving
Nelso............2 33

9 .530 1024 MICHIGAN.......... 3-3 6-7
15 .574 1487 Opponents............ 1-1 3-5
Punting
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14.8 3 Bracken..............9 3: 1
7.6 0 Team ............... 9 1

3-3 0-1 12-14
1-2 1-1 6-9
Yds Avg Long
1199 37.5 53
15 15.0 15

Nelson ............ 28
Bean ...............24
Rogers .............15
K. Smith........... 7
Garrett.............4
Carthens ...........3
Armstrong ........ 3
Markray ...........2
G. Johnson ........ I
White ............. I
Rice ............... I
MICHIGAN ........89
Opponents..........148
ScO

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355
114
49
23
59
13
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Att Yds Avg 7I
rs ............ 161 767 4.8
nith ........... 76 462 6.1
with .......... 85 442 5.2
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Opponents...........9 48 1877 39.1 58
Returns
PR/Yds/Avg/LP KOR/Yds/Avg/LP
Cooper .... 21/222/10.6/41
G. Johnson 6/43
Wilcher ..1/23/23.0/23
White 1/14/14.0/14
MICHIGAN 28/290/10.4/41 13/258/19.8/38
Opponents. 10/33/3.3/13 31/558/18.0/29
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