vs. Ferris State
Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena
vs. Ohio State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
The Michigan Daily
Tuesday, November 4, 1986
Bo bashful about breaking Yost record
I , t Injuries may hurt run for Roses
By ADAM MARTIN
Bo Schembechler says he is
not a record-chaser. Proof came
when the 18-year Michigan head
coach captured his 200th career
coaching victory earlier in the
The feat accomplished,
Schembechler claimed his 200
victories only indicated how long
he'd been coaching.
wins at Purdue this Saturday he
will tie Fielding "Hurry Up"
Yost's record for all-time career
victories at Michigan. In 25 years
at the University, Yost posted a
remarkable 165-29-10 record.
Schembechler is currently at 164-
But the current Wolverine field
general refuses to draw,
"By the time they talk about
me like they talk about Yost,
football will be something else,"
Schembechler said yesterday at his
weekly press luncheon. "Yost
must have been a helluva guy. He
was one of the pioneers of
IN HUMBLING himself
Schembechler also tried to dispel
the myth that Yost was an
offensive football genius.
"Everybody thought he was a
great offensive coach, but that's
just not true," he said. "He was a
defense-oriented coach. Even
when he lost it was 3-0."
Yost's famous "point-a-
minute" teams played 56 games
without a loss between 1901 and
1905 and scored 2,821 points to
the opponents' 42.
DURING HIS reign Yost
worked for what seems a mere
pittance in modern terms.
"I have one of his contracts.
He got $1,000 for one year-plus,
and he was even permitted to eat
at training table," joked
Schembechler, who added that he
has no ambition to win 300
games - an eye-popping plateau
reached only by the late Paul
"Bear".Bryant of Alabama.
-It's painful to look at the
Wolverines' injury list. Quick
tackle Mike Husar, who damaged
his knee at Indiana, will not play
against Purdue. Strong tackle
Jumbo Elliott played with a neck
problem in the Illinois game but
may not make the trip to Purdue.
Because Elliott's backup Brian
Reid is also sidelined, strong
guard Mark Hammerstein may
move to tackle to shore up that
linebacker Steve Thibert (deep
thigh bruise) and kicker Rick
Sutkiewicz (leg) probably will
miss the Purdue game.AddBilly
Harris (knee), Dave Folkertsma
(knee), Garland Rivers (shoulder),
and linebacker Dieter Heren
(ankle), all of whom are expected
to play in West Lafayette, and
Michigan's starting lineup may be
unfamiliar come Saturday.
-So Miami's Vinny Testaverde
has a lock on the Heisman
Trophy, huh? Well, after
completing 11 of 13 passes for
224 yards against Illinois,
quarterback Jim Harbaugh now
sports a higher efficiency rating
than Testaverde, who had occupied
the top spot before last Saturday.
Maybe, just maybe, the race isn't
-Schembechler, like his basketball
counterpart, Wolverines coach Bill
Frieder, enjoys catching the press
off guard. When reminded of
Maryland coach Bobby Ross' mad
dash across the field after an
official, who Ross felt had
unfairly awarded a timeout to
North Carolina that allowed the
Tarheels to kick a game-winning
field goal, Schembechler quipped,
"I was disappointed in his speed."
All right, Bo.
-His two receptions for 79 yards
against the Illini made split end
Paul Jokisch the tenth receiver in
Michigan history to reach the
1000-yard reception mark.
...Bo's next milestone
The Center for Western European Studies
announces a new
SPRING LANGUAGE PROGRAM)
TO BEGIN IN 1987.
The Program will be held at the Villa Corsi-Salviati, the Michigan
Study Center on the outskirts of Florence. It will run from May 10
to June 21, and will offer intensive courses in beginning and inter-
mediate Italian, and contemporary Italian. Culture. The Program
will be directed by Ilene Olken, Professor of Italian in the Depart-
ment of Romagce Languages and Literatures. Students interested
in participating in this program are invited to contact the Center for
Western European Studies.
Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
An injured John Kolesar is escorted off the field after breaking his collar-
bone during Saturday's game. Kolesar likely will miss the rest of the
Top-three order same in AP
WESTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
(AP)-Miami, Penn State, and
Michigan, the only three unbeaten
and untied teams in major-college
football, held on to the top three
spots yesterday in this week's
Associated Press poll.
All three teams are 8-0 after
MIAMI and Penn State are
both independents and could meet
each other in the Fiesta Bowl for
the national championship.
Michigan, if it wins the Big
Ten, is committed to a trip to
Pasadena for the Rose Bowl.
Oklahoma remained fourth but
Auburn and Washington fell several
positions while Arizona State
jumped from seventh to fifth.
MIAMI, which defeated No. 20
Florida State 41-23 and knocked the
Seminoles out of the Top Twenty,
received 53 of 58 possible first-
place votes and 1,153 of a possible
Sixty-nine - what a pleasant
number. Bet Mike White doesn't
think too much of it these days.
Then again, he may never have
thought too much of it.
Turn in your picks by
midnight Friday and win a free
pizza from Pizza Bob's and an
1. MICHIGAN at Purdue
(Pick total points)
2. Northwestern at Ohio
3. Indiana at Michigan
4. Iowa at Illinois
5. Minnesota at Wisconsin
6. Maryland at Penn State
7. Miami, Fla at Pitt
8. Florida State at South
9. Georgia vs. Florida at
10. LSU vs. Alabama at
11. North Carolina at
* 12. Nebraska at Iowa State
;160 points from a nationwide
poll of sports writers and
sportscasters. The Hurricanes
occupy the top spot for the sixth
Penn State, which moved into
the runner-up spot a week ago,
received four first-place votes and
1,076 points following a 19-0
triumph over West Virginia.
The other first-place ballot went
to Michigan, which swamped
Illinois 69-13 and received 1,053
OKLAHOMA, 7-1, totaled
953 points after thrashing Kansas
64-3 and Arizona State's 34-21
victory over Washington lifted the
Sun Devils, 7-0-1, into fifth place
with 921 points while the Huskies
fell to 13th.
The Sun Devil victory put
Arizona in the drivers' seat in the
Alabama rbouided from last
week's 23-3 loss to Penn State and
trounced Mississippi State 38-3.
The Crimson Tide received 861
points in climbing from eighth to
sixth while the Bulldogs dropped
out of the rankings after a four-
NEBRASKA moved up from
ninth to seventh with 793 points
with a 38-0 rout of Kansas State
and Texas A&M vaulted from 10th
to eighth with 740 points after
edging Southern Methodist 39-35.
Auburn suffered its first loss of
the season, bowing to Florida 18-
17 and dropping from fifth to ninth
with 660 points. Arkansas, No. 13
last week, rounded out the Top Ten
with 639 points after trimming
The Second Ten consists of
OhiohState, UCLA, Washington,
Southern California, North
Carolina State, Iowa, Arizona,:
LSU, Georgia, and Clemson.
AP Top Twenty
1. Miami(53) 8-0-0 1,153
2. Penn St.(4) 8-0-0 1,076
3. MICHIGAN(1) 8-0-0 1,053
4. Oklahoma 7-1-0 953
5. Arizona St. 7-0-1 921
6. Alabama 8-1-0 861
7. Nebraska 7-1-0 793
8. Texas A&M 7-1-0 740
9. Auburn 7-1-0 660
10. Arkansas 7-1-0 639
11. Ohio State 7-2-0 535
12. UCLA 6-2-0 500
13. Washington 6-2-0 477
14. USC 6-2-0' 434
15. N. C. State 6-1-1 343
16. Iowa 6-2-0 260
17. Arizona 6-2-0 178
18. LSU 5-2-0 154
19. Georgia 6-2-0 103
20. Clemson 6-2-0 56
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" LS&A faculty with a disciplinary interest -
in Italy and with an interest in participating in the
ACADEMIC YEAR PROGRAM
are invited to contact The Center for Western European
Studies. Faculty who would like to be considered for
the Fall or Winter Semester of the 1987-1988 session
should send a copy of their curriculum vitae and a brief
description of two courses that they might teach in
Florence to Graham Smith at CEWS before November
15. Faculty who would like to be considered for some
more distant semester are also warmly encouraged to
make themselves known at this time.
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