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Wednesday, January 29, 1969

THE :MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, January 29, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Buffalo

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first pick in football

draft

KunzKeyes picked next;
Hanrauy a second choice
NEW YORK (R) - Southern California's 0. J. Simpson,
the Heisman Trophy winner who reportedly wants $600,000
to sign, was the No. 1 pick by the Buffalo Bills yesterday in
the combined pro football draft.
Before the .draft is completed today, 442 college players
will have been selected by the 26 teams of the National Foot-
ball League and American Football League in 17 rounds.
Buffalo, the AFL cellar team whose 1-12-1 record was
the worst in the combined standings, nudged out Atlanta and
Philadelphia for the first draft which is based on the in-
verse order of the clubs' 1968
won-lost percentages.
Atlanta of the NFL took George
Kunz, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound of-
pdfensive tackle from Notre Dame,
as No. 2 in the first round and
Pittsburgh of the NFL selected
Joe Greene, a 6-foot-4, 274-pound
defensive tackle from North
Texas State, as No. 4 in the, first
round.
Leroy Keyes, Purdue's running
back - flanker - defensive back,
who was runnerup to Simpson in
the Heisman voting, was the No.
3 selection in the opening round.
He went to the Philadelphia Eag-
les of the NFL.
The selection of Marty Domres,
Columbia's 6-foot-4 quarterback,
by San Diego of the AFL, using
Denver's first-round pick from a
trade, and the drafting of Calvin
Hill, Yale fullback, by the Dallas
Cowboys of the NFL were major
surprises in the first round. Ivy
League players seldom find fav-
or with pro scouts. The last first-
round pick from the league was
believed to have been Chuck Bed-
narik of Penn by Philadelphia in
1949.
0. J. SIMPSON Terry Hanratty, Notre Dame's
FIGH T TIME:
Brawling basketball

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL CUSUMANO

'Ron Johnson 'thrilled' to
Ie playing for Cleveland

First Round
Buffalo, running back

v. J. I

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
RON JOHNSON, Michigan's all-time leading ground gainer, slashes 'through the Northwestern
line on the way to a record-breaking season rushing total of 1391 yards. Johnson, a halfback and
captain of the team his senior year, was picked in the first round of the pro football draft by
the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League.

All-American quarterback w h o er selected Gene Washington,1
was sidelined by a knee injury in Stanford flanker, as its own first-
the final games, was passed over round pick.
in the first round. Hanratty, third The Los Angeles Rams of the
in the Heisman balloting, finally NFL, who held three first-round
went as No. 30, the second-round choices because of deals w i t h
pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Detroit for Bill Munson and
It was a surprise to many that Washington for Gary Beban, used
Greg Cook, University of Cincin- them to pick Larry Smith, Flor-
nati quarterback, and Domres ida running back, Jim Seymour,
went before Hanratty. Cook, the Notre Dame split end, and Bob
NCAA major college leader in Klein, Southern California tight
total offense and second leading end. Seymour thus will be on theI
passer, was nabbed by his home same team as Jack Snow, his pre-
team, the Cincinnati Bengals of decessor at Notre Dame.
the AFL= San Diego got Domres Bill Stanfill of Georgia, regard-
on the first-round rights it ac- ed with Greene as the outstand-
quired from Denver in a trade ing defensive lineman available,
for quarterback Steve Tensi. iwent toMia i of the A

as No. 20 in the first round andI
Bill "Earthquake" Enyart, O r e-
gon State's 6-3, 233-pound full-
back, was selected in the second
round by Buffalo.
The Baltimore Colts of the NFL
and the world champion N e w
York Jets of the AFL drafted
25th and 26th because they were
in the Super Bowl-
The Colts picked Eddie Hinton,
a flanker from the University of
Oklahoma, and the Jets, picking
last took Dave Foley, Ohio State
offensive tackle.
Among the big names who last-
ed until the second round, in ad-
dition to Enyart and Hanratty,
were Paul Gipson, Houston run-
ning back, picked by Atlanta; Ted
Hendricks, Miami Fla. defensive
end, taken by Baltimore: Bob
Douglass, Kansas' left-handed
quarterback, drafted by Chicago:
Jerry Levias. Southern Methodist
flanker, taken by Houston.
The drafts cary with them the
exclusive negotiation rights with
the players among the 26 clubs
of the two leagues. It will be up
to the owners to get together with
the athletes and their agents on
terms.

Simpson, Southern California;
Atlanta, tackle George Kunz,
Notre Dame; Philadelphia, run-
ning back Leroy Keyes, Purdue;
Pittsburgh, defensive tackle Joe
Greene, North Texas State; Cin-
cinnati, quarterback Greg Cook,
Cincinnati; Boston, split end Ron
Sellers, Florida State; San Fran-
cisco, choice from New Orleans,
tight end Ted Kwalick, Penn
State.
Los Angeles, from Detroit, run-
ning back Larry Smith, Florida;
San Diego, from Denver, quarter-
back Marty Domres, Columbia;
Los Angeles, from Washington,
split end Jim Seymour, Notre
Dame; Miami, defensive tackle
Bill Stanfill, Georgia; Green Bay,
defensive tackle Richie Moore,
Villanova; Chicago, bypassed af-
ter using full time allotment; New
York Giants, defensive end Fred
Dryer, San Diego State; Chicago,
tackle Rufus Mayes, Ohio State;
Houston. linebacker Ron Pritch-
ard, Arizona State.
San Francisco, flanker Gene
Washington, Stanford; New Or-
leans, from Minnesota, guard John
Chinners, Xavier; San Diego, line-
backer Bob Babich, Miami of
Ohio; St. Louis, defensive back
Roger Wehrli, Missouri; Cleve-
land, running back Ron Johnson,
Michigan; Los Angeles, tight end
Bob Klein, Southern California;
Oakland, defensive tackle Art
Toms, Syracuse; Kansas City, de-
fensive back Jim Marsalis, Ten-
nessee State; Dallas, running back
Calvin Hill, Yale; Baltimore,
flanker Eddie Hinton, Oklahoma;
New York Jets, tackle Dave Foley,
Ohio State.
SCORES
NBA
New York 122, Philadelphia 88
San Francisco 107, Cincinnati 100
Boston 108, Atlanta 96j
ABA ALL-STAR GAME
West 133, East 127
COLLEGE
Ohio State 76, Illinois 67
Georgia Tech 72, Furman 63
Miami, Fla., 87, Florida Southern 83
Wisconsin 56, Marquette 50
North Carolin St., 8i, The Citadel 65
Gannon 104, Steubenville 74
Temple 73, Duke 69
Lafayette 75, American U, 72
Cincinnati 82, Bradley 62
Long Island 64, St. Louis 63

By JIM FORRESTER
Ron Johnson, Michigan's record
breaking halfback, was picked by
the Cleveland Browns of the Na-
tional Football League in the first
round of the pro football draft in
New York yesterday.
Johnson, greatest Wolverine
back since Tom Harmon, was en-
thusiastic about being chosen by
the Browns, "I'm very thrilled. I'll
be in the same area and the
Browns have a fine organization."
Johnson broke virtually every
rushing and scoring record at
Michigan. The hard driving half-
back rushed for 1391 yards and
scored 116 points, both Wolverine
season records. His 2,440 yards
career rushing also set a team
record.!
But his greatest day, the great-
est performance by any back in
modern collegiate history, came
against Wisconsin* on November
16, 1968. In the rain Johnson ran
for 347 yards, an NCAA all-time
single game rushing record and

scored five touchdowns, a modern
Big Ten mark.
Virtually all of Johnson's yard-
age, though, was gained in his
junior and senior years. A product
of Detroit's Northwestern High
School and an all-city selection as
a prep, Johnson saw little action
in his sophomore year at Michi-
gan as he played behind Jim Det-
wiler and Carl Ward.
Johnson fully intends to play
pro football, though his duties will
be different on the Cleveland ball
club.
"I'll be a fullback," said John-
son. "I'll be carrying theball less
and blocking more."
With the expected retirement of
present Cleveland fullback Ernie
Green, Johnson feels, "I'll have a
good chance to play in my first
year."
Tom Stincic, Wolverine line-
backer and the team's second
leading tackler, was chosen by the
Dallas Cowboys in the draft's third
round early last night.

PEORIA, Ill. RP-Led by Rich
Roberson and Jim Ard, Cincinnati
smashed Bradley 82-62 last night
in a Missouri Valley Conference
basketball game which finished up
with a fist fight.
Cincinnati, advancing its con-
ference record to 4-3 and overall'
mark to 12-4, held a 39-27 half-
time lead after moving in front
twice by .26 points.
L. C. Bowen and Steve Kuber-
ski helped Bradley stage a come- ,
'back in the second half and after
the Braves had pulled within six
points at 56-60, Ard hit three
quick rebound baskets to give Cin-
cinnati a 62-50 edge.j
Roberson led all scorers with
27 points. and Ard hit for 21 while
*Bradley, suffering its fifth con-
ference loss in seven games, was
topped by Bowen with 17 and
Kuberski with 16. Kuberski, how-
ever, fouled out with 4:10 to play.
With a little more than a min-
ute to play, Cincinnati's Rollie
Wynn and Bradley's Dave Lund-
1strom got into a fight with both
benches coming onto the floor.
Wynn decked Lundstrom and af-I
ter both players were handed tech-

nical fouls, their coaches yanked
them from the game.
* * * . ,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (P) -
South Carolina Coach Frank Mc-
Guire, protesting two technical
fouls in the closing minutes, re-
fused to leave the court last night
and officials ordered the Game-
cocks' basketball game with the
Florida State Seminoles forfeited.
The Seminoles were leading 87-
76 with one minute, 57 seconds
left in the contest when referees
Reggie Copeland and Bobby Brock
ended the. game.
Copeland and Brock had warned
the Gamecock coach to get off the
floor. He refused, and they backed
up the threat, putting South Car-
olina's third loss in 13 starts on
the books.
South Carolina is ranked 19 in
the nation in the AP poll.
Join The Daily
Sports Staff

Boston of the AFL in the pro-
cess of hiring a coach to succeed+
Mike Holovak, took Florida State's
able receiver, Ron Sellers, in the,
first round. The All-American end
led the nation's major colleges
with 86 receptions and set a
career record with 4,598 yards.
San Francisco of the NFL pick-
ing seventh with the rights pick-
ed up from New Orleans w it h
Kevin Hardy in the Dave Parks
deal, took Ted Kwalick, P e n n
State's fine 6-4, 230-pound tight
end. With John David Crow an-

Bay of the NFL quickly followed
by taking Richie "Mountain"
Moore, 6-7, 290, of Villanova, and
the New York Giants of the NFL
picked Fred Dryer, 6-5, 235, de-
fensive end from San Diego State.
The Chicago Bears of the NFL,
who would have picked ahead of
the Giants, were unable to make
up their minds within the 5-min-
ute limit, in effect for the first
two rounds, and followed t h e
Giants by drafting Rufus May-
es, Ohio State offensive tackle.
Ron Johnson, the Michigan

-Daily-Thomas I.Copt
TOM STINCIC, Michigan linebacker, shows the form that made
him the second leading tackler on the Wolverine squad this
season as he brings down Northwestern quarterback Dave Shel-
bourne. Stincic was the third round choice of the Dallas Cow-
boys in last night's football draft.

nouncing his retirement, Kwalick running back who broke T o m
should fit into the picture quickly Harmon's records, was taken by
with the 49ers. San Francisco lat- the Cleveland Browns of the NFL,

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