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Wednesday, March 26, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine I

Wednesday, March 26, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

S aw quits.
Special To The Daily
Assistant Football Coach Bob Shaw rdsigned yesterday
to take over head coaching duties at McKinley High School
in Niles, Ohio, a position he held in 1965 and 1966.
Athletic Director Don Canham said that no decision had
yet been made concerning a replacement for Shaw.
Shaw, who was slated to coach the offensive line next
year after coaching defensive ends and linebackers last year,
said that his reasons for leaving were personal ones.
"I have a young family," he said, "and recruiting was
keeping nie away from home
more than I liked."
Shaw attended Clarion State
College where he was a Little All -
American linebacker in 1952. He
was an assistant coach at McKin-
ley under former Michigan Assist-f
ant Coach Tony Mason between
1958 and 1964, and he took over
as head coach when Mason came
here. After two highly successful
years at McKinley, Shaw went to
Bucknell as head assistant coach
and served there for one year be
fore coming here last season. a
Shaw said that he is looking .
forward to returning to McKinley f
"Niles is a real football communi
ty," he said. "There is a lot of en k ,:"..
thusiasm among both the fans
and the players."
Over the past ten years, Mc
Kinley has probably been the top
football school in the state of
Ohio. During the eight years that Bob Shaw
Mason and; Shaw were coaching
there, McKinley teams had an Michigan, including. Rick Sygar,
overall record of 63 wins, five ties, Dick Rindfuss, Charlie Kines,
and only eight losses. Several Mc- Dennis Flanagan, Jim Seiber, and
Kinley stars went on to play for Jim Berline.
SPORTS BULLETS
Bcs o fficiall pick Lew;
Comittee retains dunking
By The Associated Press
0 MILWAUKEE, Wis.-The Milwaukee Bucks made it official
yesterday-Lew Alcindor will be the National Basketball Association's
team's first draft choice.
"After meeting Monday in New York with Lew Alcindor and after
having a discyussion with club officials, we have notified league Com-
missioner Walter Kennedy our first round pick will be Alcindor,"
Bucks General Manager John Erickson said.
* * # *
" LOUISVILLE-The rules committee of the National Basketball
Committee of the United States and Canada announced Tuesday
the controversial ruling which prohibits "dunking" the ball will be
retained next season.
Clifford Fagan, secretary of the committee, said support for the
three-year-old nd-dunk ruling was stronger than ever. The rule
prohibits players from leaping into the air and stuffing the ball
through the hoop for a field goal.
S * *
f NEW YORK-Phil Esposito of Boston, who established a one-
season National Hockey League scoring record, was -named yesterday
as the winner of the February poll for the annual Hickok Award.
Esposito broke the mark of 97 points shared by Chicago's Bobby
Hull and Stan Mikita and now has 123 for the campaign. The Bruins'
star had 209 'points in the Hickok balloting by sports writers and
broadcasters. Auto racer Lee Roy Yarborough was second with 93.
* ** *
* NEW YORK-If Cassius Clay is completely exonerated on his
draft refusal conviction, he will be reinstated as heavyweight cham-
pion, the chairman of the New York' Athletic Commission said yes-
terday.
Edwin B. Dooley, head of the three-man commission, made the
statement when asked about the latest development in Clay's case.

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GRIDIRON REPORT.
Young criesWolf' as new
Michigan defensive assistant

M' ninedivides twinbill

Special To The Daily hits. A f t e r shortstop Chuck
PHOENIX-They say if you try1 Schmidt fouled out, Arvai moved
long enough at anything you will to second on an error as third
finally succeed. baseman Glenn Redmon was safe
The old adage proved accurate' at first.r
yesterday as the Michigan baseball Both runners advanced on a
team upset Arizona State, 4-3, in wild pitch by Arizona State hurler
the second game of a double- Joe Miller. Then Arvai scored as
header, after the Sun Devils cap- the Wolverines' top hitter this
tured the opener of the twinbill, spring, John Kraft, lifted a deep
6-1. fly to center field. Redmon moved
The victory was the first for the to third on the fly and scored
Wolverines over. Arizona State in when Miller uncorked his second
three years and ended a streak of wild pitch of the frame.
eleven losses to the Sun Devils, The Wolverines increased their
one of the nation's baseball power- Tri to fors intesed hi
homargin to four in the second -
usthe opener of the double- ning when Lundstedt singled and
header Arizona State scored two was forced out by Mike Bowen.
headr, ArizoaStatehcoredtnwodThen catcher Pete Titone deliver-
runs in the opening inning A~nd'
ed his first hit of the season, a
was never headed, tremendous homer over the left
The Wolverines only score of the field fence, to deliver the two
contest came without the benefit runs.

By TERRI FOUCHIEY
If you tell a girl on this campus
that there may be a wolf in the
defensive huddle, forM ichigan
next fall, most would reveal no
surprise and many would com-
ment, "All eleven are wolves."
No matter what our gridiron
heroes' reputation may be in this
respect, this isn't what coach Jim
Young is referring to when he
talks about a wolf on defense.
Coach Young is the new de-
fensive coordinator and line coach
under head coach Bo Schem-
bechler. "Wolf" is what he terms
a monster man linebacker in an'
Rugby s -u
loses op ener

daiy
sp-lorts.
NIGHT EDITOR:
JOE MARKER
angle defense. Wolf, instead of
monster, for the Wolverines.
Young came to Michigan from!
Miami of Ohio along with several
of the other new coaches who had
been on Schembechler's staff. He
graduated from Bowling Green
where he was a wrestler and, na-
turally, played football. After a'
year at Findlay College, where he
coached wrestling, track and was
'.a t aita f n f nh ll 1r

of a hit. Mike Rafferty led off the The Sun I
second inning with a walk. He to 4-2 with
moved to second as Tom Lund- fourth innin
stedt grounded out, advanced to in and runn
third on a passed ball, and scored ond in the f
when the Arizona State shortstop Burton struc
threw away Mark Carrow's ground to end the t
ball.. Burton, a
Lerrin La Grow was the win- from Roche,
ning pitcher while Carrow ab- fram Rhche
sorbed the Wolverine defeat. all the way
Carrow was fairly impressive in Although
his opening start of the spring,
but was bothered by wildnesstas SE
he walked seven batters in the '
seven-inning contest. The Wol- Arvai, rf
verine sophomore also struck out Schmidt, s
three. Redmon, 3b
Michigan took an early 4-0 lead Orr, If
in the nightcap and withstood a Rafferty, 2b
late Arizona rally to gain the Forsythe. 2b
victoy. ILundstedt, lb
victory. .Hosler, ilb
The Wolverines jumped in front, Bowen, cf
2-0, in the initial canto as right- Titote,,
fielder John Arvai led off the in- Burton, p
ning with a single, one of three.

Devils cut the margin
a two run rally in the
ng and had one run .
ers on first and sec-
inal frame before Jim
ck out a pinch hitter Pete Titone
hireat and the contest.
sophomore lefthander hits to the Sun Devils, eleven
esterMirchigandwetwalks kept Burton in constant
to gain the triumph trouble during the game; however,
to aine te eleven strike-outs aided the south-
yelin g only three paw in getting himself out of the
tight spots.

The Michigan Rugby Football iassi iant in oo ban, he re
Club started its spring season on turned to his alma mater as head
the wrong foot when the Blue wrestling and freshman football
fell r5-3, to the Chicago Lions in coach. He then moved to Lima!
a game played o the Northern (Ohio) Shawnee High School for
Illinois University campus in De three years before joining Schem-
Kalb. bechler at Miami.
Both teams appeared hampered Schembechler has stated that
by rustiness attributable to the he plans to stress defense and this;
winter layoff, and neither team is the system Young is used to. At
was able to sustain an offensive Miami, Young employed both the
drive the entire afternoon. 4-3 and an angle defense, which
The Wolverines opened the scor he also intends to use at Michigan.
ing . in the first half when Torn If the results are similar to thoser
Raboine feel on a loose ball in the at Miami, most of the Wolverines'
try zone; however, Mike Johnson's problems will be solved. Last sea-
attempted conversion was un- son, Miami was second in the na-
successful. tion in both total team defense and'
The Lions came right back to Irushing defense.
score on a well-executed play by The emphasis is put on defense
their fly-half, who recovered his because as Young says, "If you
own kick and carried it into the have a good defense they will get
try-zone. the ball back quicker to the of-
Michigan's captain and scrum- fense. This will give the offense;
half, Ross Vickers. was knocked more scoring opportunities and
unconscious by a blow to the head probably result in more points."
late in the contest, but he should The 4-3, which Michigan used
be fully recovered by the weekend.- -
Saturday the Blue will meet

the majority of last :season, will
be used in passing situations. The
angle defense, with all he inemen
angling and the addition of the
roving linebacker (the Wolf), is
the primary defensive set-up
against the rush.
Since there are quite a few re-
turning lettermen on defense,
Young feels he can spend spring
practice teaching the players his
defenses. However, he adds, "I will
be looking for linebackers in gen-
eral and for my wolf (the monster
man). I consider quickness and
speed the top assets for a player,
size is not as important."
By using both the 4-3 and angle
defense, Young hopes to have a
more balanced overall defense.
"You have to be able to stop both
the pass and the run. You mdst
equalize them. If you stop one and
get killed on the other, that's not
helping the team."
Young believes in a "team de-
fense" with "everybody knowing
and carrying out his assignment."
He also thinks that the defensive
game requires a different attitude
and more mental concentration
than the offensive. Young wants
Shis players to have this attitude
and "ability and the desire to
accomplish set goals."
Jim Young has set iis goals for
the Michigan defense,. Hopefully
he will accomplish them all, in-
cluding the finding, of his wolf.
SCORES
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Cincinnati 16, Detroit 1
San Francisco 12, Oakland 3
Cleveland 6, Seattle 5
California 12, Hawaii 2
Houston 3, Atlanta I
Los Angeles 10, Pittsburgh 4
Baltimore 8, Washington 2
St. Louis 10, Minnesota S
Kansas City 4, Boston 0
Chicago (N) 5, San Diego 3
ontreal 6, Los Angeles ,B' 3
New York (A) vs. Chicago (A), rain

ECOND GAME
ICHIGAN (4)
AB
4
3
4
3
0
3
0
2
1
3
2
3
TOTALS 28

Burton is now 1-1 for the cam-
R H paign. He lost the season lidlifter
1 3 last Friday to the same Arizona
0 0 State ball club.
0 1 The win yesterday, the Blue's
0 0 second against four defeats, guar-
0 0 antees Michigan a vastly improved
. , record for this spring as compared
0 0 to last year's dismal 1-10 mark.
1 1 The doubleheader concluded
1 o Michigan's series with Arizona
4 s State with the Wolverines on the
short end of a 1-4 mark. Today.
o 0 the team moves on to Tucson;
0 0 where it will meet highly ranked,
0 0 Arizona.
o 0)~-

ARIZONA STATE

FIRST GAME
MICHIGAN (1)

Err, rf
Schmidt, ss
Redmon, 3b
Hosier, lb
Kraft, if
Rafferty, cf
Lundstedt, c
Forsythe, 2b
Arvai, ph
Carrow, p

AB
4
3
3
2
3
2
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2
1
3
TOTALS 26

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0 Miller, p
0 Massarand, ph
0Leinheiser, p
0 Collinge, ph
I {Weiton, pr
3 laynes, p
Fritz, ph
Cotton, pr
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