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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 12, 1968

Klcts,'season spingor f ll Bltimore Bjrds take -out 'Wash

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STEIN a football-he runs, passes, kicks
ootball fortunes and catches and he's a real adai-
which side the tion to the squad." Kurzawski tore
ently,' the scale through rival defenses for 477
in anticipation yards and added 326 yards with
season''opener his pass catching duties last year.
-ranked Miami Yet the credentials of recently
transformed fullback. Bob Olson,
ms so far en- though not as diverse, areequally
defensive 'sec- impressive. Olson ate up 507 yards
he quarterback on the ground for a 3.5 average,
Wildcats firm per carry and is a "good solid'
nd superb run- blocker," according to Agase.
one of the na- Along with these two standouts,
e arly season the rCats have a, fine runner in
Northwestern's sophomore Mike Adamle and an-'
1 other experienced halfback in Ken'
quetins Trust IT v

ve year tenure
lenced than be-
a lot of quality
tad." he com-

Luxton. -
S The'linebacking department will
also be another plus in North-.
western's favor. Senior John Cor-
e nell, a starter for the past three
t years, and a punishing tackler,
- leads an awesome array of four
returning regulars which could
y well be the finest ihi the Big Ten.
"John's a real; solid player.
Northwestern's kicking' will also
s be one of its noteworthy attri-

indeed,

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should present no
Agase. Chico Kur-
an come back from
injury and subse-
will assume one of
pots. "Chico," said
verything, well with

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butes. Dick Emmerich, who booted
six field goals to tie a Big Ten
record last year, will be the
team's kicker, In oie year, Em-
merich has added punting to his
toe, repertoire and has even de-
veloped into a top notch runner
slated to share fullback duties
with Olsen. a
sIn addition, injury ridden Jack
Rudney, an offensive center and
defensive 'tackle, is a mainstay on
the 'team. For a 'lineman, Rudney
'had tremendous speed and quick-
ness and 'was honored as the Big
Ten's finest two way lineman
A rugged senior interior line,
,an excellent pass catcher in: end
Bruce Hubbard and safety Dennis
White are also strong points in
the Cat onslaught.
Yet hidden behind this veneer
of excellence are many problems
which will hav'e to be resolved.
The quarteback situation is clear-
ly the most pressing. With the:
departure of standout performer
Bill keltzer through graduaion,'
senior Dana Woodring, a senior
with a small amunt of varsity
experience, has emerged as' his
successor.
Junior Mike Bryniask, who has
been hindered by a soulder ail-
ment, since his sophomore year
could also see a good deal of ac-
tion. Much will depend on these
two and their ability to hit re-
ceivers Olson, Kurzawsk and
Hubbard..
White, .a safety man who led
the conference in a number of
categories last season, is among
the other seAiors who have the
mammoth task of strengthening
this thinly populated department.
,However, a few days ago, White
sustained a shoulder injury which
prompted Agase to say, "Our sec-
ondary is really hurting and we've
got to get'White healthy." 3
Tight end has-also presented aa
'problem. In order to combat this
situation, Mark Proskine, a jack-
of -all trades, 'has been shifted1
from tackle, bit there is littlel
depth behind him.1
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Besides the gaps created in two.
of Northwestern's weaker depart- WASHINGTON -Dave John-
ments by. injuries, Kurzawski is son's three- un homer in the 10th
still suffering from a torn carti- innin gave the Baltimore Orioles
lage. Chico's knee is coming along a 4-1 victory over Washington,
slowly and only in the past 'few completing a sweep of their twi-
days has he been able to start night doubleheader yesterday.
practice. Jim Hardin weathered 10 Wash-

CHICO KURAZAWSKI
Although the Wildcats have thel
services of 26 returning lettermen,
and 14 regulars, their lack.; of
depth will hurt. The squad has
few upperclass or experienced re-
placements in' case of injury to
first stringers. Thus, Agase's only
solace can be to find adequate
sophomore back-up men. Despite
an excess of sophomores with a
good deal of potential, only a few
have really broken into the ranks.
Two soph running backs, five line-
men and a split end, have shown
signs of improvement, but there is

Olson, too, has missed a number
of practices because of a virus flu,
and even Rudney's hopes of play-
ing both ways have been. thwarted
because of various injuries. Thus
Rudney will concentrate strictly'
at center and his presence on the
defensive line will be sorely-
missed.
The Northwestern gridders will.
have to contend .with the likes of
0. J. Simpson and' USC after the
Miami game and Leroy Keyes and
the Boilerinakers of Purdue the'
following week. Then comes the
Fighting Irish and Ohio State, a
team which could well discourage
any title intentions of either Puri
due or Indiana.
If the Wildcats do get by these
games with a few injuries and
little lost pride, .tey will have to
fake one of the most balanced Big
Ten in many a year. Northwest-
ern can find but one comfort in
the fact that they don't play In-
diana or Minnesota and at any
rate, this blessing might improve
the Cats' standing by a few
notches.

no substitute for playing exper- 1I3S01 liS 011 I S a
ience.u

ington hits in , gaining his 18th
victory of the season as the Orn-
ales took the opener 5-1.
Brooks Robinson and Boog
Powell drove in two runs apiece
in the opener, helping Hardin
bring his season mark to 18-10.
He also singled to start a four-
run third inning burst and blanked -
the Senators until the ninth, when F
Tim Cullen doubled and scored 4
on Ed Stroud's 'fourth straight
hit a two-out ,single.' ""
Johnson homered off reliever an'
Dave 'Baldwin with Paul Blair and
Merv Rettenmund aboard in the '<
10th inning of the niight-cap,"t
breaking a 1-1 tie.
The Orioles had tied the game
in the seventh on a walk and
singles by Johnson and Larry%
Haney. Washington scored in the '
fourth on Mike Epstein's double "
and a single by Ken McMullen. "s
ST. LOUIS-Bob Gibson strug- -Associated Press
S eo his 21st victory ast nigh NEW YOLK METS' shortstop . ud Harrelson fles to first base
asr the St. Louis Cardinals moved completing a double play after forcing sliding Glenn Beckert of
closer to the National League pen- the Cubs in the fourth inning at Chicago yesterday. Both the
nthbegingr ' Ahich malhed Cubs and the Mets are currently nearing the end of their re-
Gibson's previous season high, spective baseball seasons.
reduced the Cards' pennant
elinching magic number to four. However, Short got Billy Wil- Fourth inning doubles by J. O.
They lead San Francisco, which iams to pop out, before he was Martin and Jerry Grote produced
lost to Atlanta 3-1, by 111% games. replaced by Cal Koonce, who -re- ! the Mets' lone run off loser Fer-
Gibson, 21-7, gave up 11 'hits, tired Ernie Bainks on a pop out.. guson Jenkins, 17-14.
including a homer by Willie Crew-
ford leading off the game and a
run-scoring single by Ron Fairly Majoi League Standings
in the ninth that ,closed the gap.
* * ,AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
CHICAGO -Rookie Jim Mc- W L Pct. GB W L Pet. GB
CHCG okeJmM-jxDetroilt 92 54 .630 - St. Louis 91 57 .615 -
Andrew yielded only two hits, but Baltimore 85 62 .578 7 San Francisco 79 68 .537 111
needed some last inning help as lioston 78 68 .534 14 Cincinnati 76 69 .524 131/
the New York Mets edged the Chi-"Cleveland 79 71 .527 15 Chicago 76 72 .514 15
teNwYrMesegdteCIINew York 76 70 .521 16 Atlanta 75 72 .510 151
cago Cubs 1-0 yesterday. . x0akland 75 72 .510 17 xPttsburgl :70 75 .483 191
Glenn Beckert's. fourth inning Minnesota 69 78 .469 231 xPhiladelphia 69 76 .476 203
single and a safety by Don Ies- xCalfornia 63 84 .429 29t Los Angeles 66 81 .449 241
Chicago'* 61 87 .4.12 32 Houston 66 82 .446 25
singer with bne out in the ninth Washingtn 157 89 .390 355 New York 66 82 .446 25
accounted for the Cubs' only hits. x--Late game not included . x-Late game not included.
McAndrew, 2-7, was replaced by
Bill Short after Kessinger's blow Y Y STERDAY'S RESULTSY R A
g Nw Yrk7. hinzo2 Nw frk1 ~TE Asrn l]s

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Prospects for the '68 Michigan
football team looked better today
as all but two of the varsity squad
members suited up for practice.
Several players, including defen-
sive back Cecil Pryor, were not
back into full playing shape. But
head coach Bump Elliott says the
team's health "will be approach-
ing 100 per cent," as California in-
vades Michigan Stadium on Sep-
tember 21.
Still sitting out the daily prac-
tice sessions are halfback Kirby
Sams and defensive back G e r r y
Hartman. Hartman suffered in-
juries to 'both ankles in practice

two weeks ago and is not ex-
pected to see action in the season:
opener.
The injury to Sams, however,
may be more serious. Ten days
ago Sams was 'knocked uncon-
scious in a bruising play and car-
ried from the field on a stretch-
er. As Sams continues to be kept
under observation his chances to
return to action in thenear fu-
ture look dim.
The team held end-game drills
with the situation being the of-
fense retaining the lead. Other
situations worked on were kicks
and kick returns..

and Jerry 'buchek's error on a{
grounder by Glenn Becker put
men on first and third.

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Baltimore 6-4, Washington 1-1, 2nd
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Detroit at California, night, inc.
Boston at Oakland, night, inc.
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