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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 1, 1985

Blue, Illini to

fight it out

THE LINEUPS
Michigan Illinois
OFFENSE

(84)
(72)
(67)
(77)
(51)
(79)
(81)
(40)
( 4)
(22)
(23)
(19)

Paul Jokisch........(240)
John Elliott.........(285)
John Vitale.........(277)
Bob Tabachino ..... (263)
Mike Krauss........(229)
Clay Miller ........(264)
Eric Kattus.........(225)
John Kolesar........(190)
Jim Harbaugh ..... (200)
Gerald White ....... (218)
Jamie Morris.......(175)
Mike Gillette........(185)

SE
QT
QG
C
SG
ST
TE
FLK
QB
FB
RB
PK

( 1)
(76)
(71)
(55)
(56)
(79)
(82)
( 7)
(10)
(42)
(21)
( 8)

David Williams .... (195)
Mark Dennis........(275)
Jim Juriga........(250)
Mike Scully.........(265)
Scott Kehoe.........(250)
Brian Ward ........ (275)
Cap Boso..........(230)
Stephen Pierce ..... (185)
Jack Trudeau.......(215)
Thomas Rooks ..... (215)
Ray Wilson.........(185)
Chris White.........(175)

DEFENSE

(85) Jim Scarcelli........(220)
(60) Mark Messner .....(245)
(56) Billy Harris.........(257)
(66) Mark Hammerstein (260)
(33) Jeff Akers..........(219)
(42) Mike Mallory.......(220)
(49) Andy Moeller.......(220)
(13) Garland Rivers .... (185)
(14) Tony Gant........(180)
(17) Ivan Hicks........(174)
(30) Brad Cochran.......(210)
(43) Monte Robbins ..... (198)

OLB
DT
MG/MLB
DT
OLB
ILB
ILB
SC
FS
SS
WC
P

(90) Scott Davis.........(255)
(93) Jim Blondell ........(260)
(54) Mark Tagart........(235)
(95) Guy Teafatiller .... (270)
(99) Alec Gibson ........(245)
(58) James Finch....... (220)
(38) Rob Glielmi.........(220)
(43) Todd Avery........(195)
(24) African Grant.......(195)
(12) Craig Swoope.......(205)
( 9) Lance Harkey.......(175)
(47) Chad Little........(210)

(Continued from Page 1
to come out and upend the Wolverines
at Memorial Stadium in Champaign.
"It's a great rivalry," said Illinois
head coach Mike White. "Our com-
munity gets more steamed up about
playing Michigan than anybody else,
and while I don't know exactly where
it stems from, it's an intense rivalry."
"IT'S NOT like Michigan State or
Ohio State for us, but it is a good
rivalry," agreed Michigan assistant
coach Gary Moeller.
Rivalry aside, the game holds great
importance for both teams. One more
loss takes either team out of the Rose
Bowl picture.
Despite their early season blahs,
the Illini are tied for second at 3-1 in
the conference, and after Michigan
and Iowa, they close out against Nor-
thwestern and Indiana.
"I THINK right now they're sitting
in as good a seat as any of the teams
that are still contending for the title,"
said Michigan coach Bo Schem-
bechler.
Michigan isn't sitting so pretty with
three tough games still to come, but
for now, Illinois is the focus of atten-
tion.
"We look at this as a big game
because of the circumstances," said
Moeller. "We can't lose again if we
want to go to the Rose Bowl, and
that's what we want to do."
MICHIGAN will be in better shape
than it was in last week's win over In-
diana. While guard Mike Husar didn't
practice all week and won't play this
weekend, tackle John Elliott has
recovered from the back spasms that
kept him out of action last week.
With three major injuries on the of-
fensive line, Schembechler has been
forced to put together a patchwork
line involving new positions for John
Vitale and Mike Krauss. Moeller
thinks the pair have responded well.
"Vitale is playing pretty good, and
Krauss is getting better every game,
but it is still an experience thing,"
said Moeller.
THE REST of the offense came out
of its three-game slump last weekend,
especially Jamie Morris and Jim
fHarbaugh.
"I'm extremely impressed by
Harbaugh," said White. "I see him
emerging as an outstanding quarter-
back in this league. I'd say in their
style of football he is every bit as good
as any passer in this league."

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Michigan linebacker Mike Mallory leaps from behind to tackle Illinois tight end Anthony Williams in last
year's 26-18 Michigan victory. The Wolverines will be looking for more strong defense in tomorrow's game at
Illinois.

Tomorrow's game starts at 2:00 p.m. EST and can be heard on WAAM
(1600 AM), WPAG (1050 AM), WWJ (950 AM), WUOM (91.7 FM), and
WJJX (650 AM). The game will not be televised.

White is blessed with an outstanding
quarterback of his own in the form of
Jack Trudeau. Trudeau got off to a
very rough start by throwing 10 in-
terceptions in his first three games
(he only threw 10 all last year), but
the 6-4, 215 pound senior has not
thrown an errant pass since. Trudeau
has thrown 178 passes without an in-
terception over the past four games,
and going back to last year, has
thrown 246 straight without a pickoff
in Big Ten play. For the season,
Trudeau is 185 for 298, good for 1,967
yards and ten touchdowns.
"I THINK he looks good," commen-
ted Moeller. "The way I grade a guy is
by how well he gets the ball where its
supposed to be, whether it's a pass, an
option, or a handoff, and he does it
well. He always has the ball around

'Our community gets more steamed up about
playing Michigan than anybody else.'
- Mike White

his receivers."
The receiver Trudeau has the ball
around the most is David Williams.
An All-American last year with 101
receptions, the senior wide receiver
already has 57 catches this year and
only needs 129 yards to break Anthony
Carter's Big Ten career pass
receiving yardage record. He's a
gamebreaker who is adept at taking a
short pass over the middle and
breaking loose from there.

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Harriers
By RACHEL GOLDMAN
Michigan is hosting the Big Ten
Cross-Country Championship Meet
tomorrow morning at the University
of Michigan Golf Course. The women
are scheduled to run at 10:45 a.m. and
the men at 11:30 a.m.
Wisconsin is favored in both the
men's and women's meets but each
race will be a close call between the
Wolverines' and Badgers' top run-
ners.
SUE SCHROEDER, number-one
runner for Michigan, all-American in
both track and cross-country last
year, has a good chance at first place
in Saturday's conference champion-

hosting Big
ships. Her competitor is Wisconsin
runner Katie Ishmael, who placed
second in Big Tens last year.
Having won four of five races this
season and setting a course record of
14:34.6 at Western Ontario, Schroeder
is prepared for this meet. "We're
going into this race with a good feeling
because everybody's rested and we're
ready," said Schroeder speaking for
the team. "So far, we've had troubles
all running well on the same day, but
we're all up for this week and we'll
pull together, I'm looking for good
results."
Two of coach Sue Parks' top run-
ners, Kathy Schmidt and Melissa

"He's very hard to cover because
they'll throw to him deep and they'll
throw to him short," said Schem-
bechler. "What you worry about.is.
that he's such an elusive runner th
he gets good positive yardage after
the catch."
Fullback Thomas Rooks is Illinois'
second leading receiver with 39 cat=
ches, and he also adds another
dimension to their offense on the run,
having rushed for over 1,000 yards
last year and 417 so far this season.
Ten meet.
Thompson are out for the season and
did not run at the Bowling Green
meet. Parks has confidence in her
"good, solid team," however, and ex-
pects to place in the top five, believing
that the home course advantage will
add to its consistently good perfor-
mance.
THE TEAM running in Saturday's
meet is Sue Schroeder, Kelly Bert
Sheri " Sly, Traci Babcock, Bonn*
McDonald, Ava Udvadia, and Julie
Jerkins.
Number one men's runner Chris.
Brewster will definitely go to the ;
NCAA meet this year, but tomorrow
he will be up against last year's Big
Ten champion, Tim Hacker of.
Wisconsin.
Coach Ron Warhurst in his twelfth
year, commented about the upcoming
weeks, "I don't want to go to
Nationals with just one runner. I war
the whole team to go. At this point, it's

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