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Page Eight

-1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 16,'l 969

Page Eight 1 HE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, September 1 6,1969

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Texas,
By SANDI GENIS
Darrell Royal and FrankE
Broyles, coaches of Texas and
Arkansas, respectively, should
both get quite a charge out of their
first six Southwest Conference op-
ponents this year. But when thej
time comes that they must play
each other, the fun will end.
The Texas-Arkansas meeting of
December 6 will almost certainly
determine the league titlist and
very possibly the national cham-
pion. Neither the Longhorns, num-
ber two in the country last sea-
son and Cotton Bowl victor, nor
the Razorbacks, number four na-
tionally and an upset winner in
the Sugar Bowl, will lose many of
their lettermen of last season.
Texas rates a very slight fav-
orite to take the conference title it
shared with Arkansas in 1968.1
With unpredictable James Street
to spearhead a strong passing at-I
tack featuring speedy flanker Cot-I
ton Speyer, and with a competent
team of groundgainers in fullback
Steve Worster and halfback T e d
Koy, Coach Royal's wishbone-T
offense should provide some for-
midable opposition for all Long-
horn opponents.
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adequate defense include outside
linebacker Scott Henderson, tack-
h s Greg Ploetz and Leon Brooks,
and outstanding safety F r e d
Steinmark.
Arkansas, guided by the extra-
ordinary talents of quarterback
Bill Montgomery should again be
a major power in the conference.
With the return of the entire de-
fensive line, including powerful
linebacker Lynn Garner, the Raz-
orbacks could pose a substantial
threat to Texas supremacy in the
S.W.C. Partnered with Montgom-
ery, split end Chuck Dicus will
provide a powerful aerial scoring
threat, whil fullback Max Ander-
son and tailback Bill Burnett will
be the musclemen on the ground.
Southern Methodist University's
pass-catching wizard, All-Amer-
ican flanker Jerry Levias, is gone,
but the Mustangs should not have
too much trouble putting points on
the board if quarterback Chuck
Hixson continues to display the
ability that made him the nation's
leading passer last season.
Hixon's receivers may be just as
capable with the return of such
excellent receivers as Kem Flem-
ing, who was second in receptions
in the S.W.C. last season, flank-

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quarterback Gary Hammond.
The defense, anchored by super-
guard Rufus Cormier, is - potent
and should provide Coach Fry's
explosive offense with plenty of
working room.
Texas Tech's Raiders, b u i i t
around coach J. T. King's new of-
fense and led by experienced
quarterback Joe Matulich could
provide some staunch opposition.
Runningbacks Danny Hardaway
and Jimmy Bennett will supply a
sturdy running attack, swift split
end Johnny Odom the passing
threat. On the seasoned defense,
end Richie Campbell returns along
with linebackers Dennis L a n e
and Larry Molinaire, and back
Larry Ashford.
At Texas A&M, Coach Gene
Stallings will be forced into a re-t
building year due to a number of4

glaring holes caused by gradua-
tion, and the Aggies seem unlikely
to improve on last years record.
The most important of these holes,
the quarterback position, is still
doubtful, with Jimmy Shefield, a
competent passer the leading can-
didate.
Texas Christian University fields,
a more experienced, though in-'
consistent, team. Scrambler Steve
Judy sparks an offense that in-
cludes one of the league's best
lines. Offensive standouts, e n d
Jerry Miller, tackle Charlie Bales,
and guard James Ray provide ex-
cullent blocking. The defensive
line is strong. It is highlighted by
two fine ends, Clay Mitchell and
Terry Shavkelford, but the second-
ary is shaky and inexperienced.
There will be probably little im-
provement on last year's 3-7 cam-
paign.

Baylor will embark on their
campaign this season with a new
coach and a new formation. Coach
Bill Bealle, a defensive genius.
hopes to rebuild a defense that
gave up over 115 points last sea-
son, and to come up with a break-
away runner to add some punch to
his offense. Most of the offensive
power will be supplied by passes
from Steve Stuart to ends Larry
Davis and Ted Gillum.
Rice shows little signs of im-
provement after last year's 0-9-1
season. Composed primarily of
sophomores, the team can hope to
gain little more than experience
this season. Bright spots on the
offense include the S.W.C.'s first
Negro quarterback Stahle Vin-
cent, tackle Ron Waedemon, and
tailback Toney Conley. Roger
Roisch and Steve Bradshaw bol-
ster the Owl's weak defense.

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ity department sent out rave no-
tices about a junior college trans-
fer who could slash through every
defense in the country. As every-
one knows. O. J. Simpson went
on to become a legend in his own
time.
For the past few months, the
UCLA publicity department h a s
been reporting on the progress of
a junior college transfer who
could tear apart every defense in
the country with his passing. Den-
nis Dummit is still an unknown,
but a few miore performances like
that of Saturday night, and he
rwill be on his way to becoming a
legend in his own time.
Saturday Dummit's first pass of
the season went to Gwen Cooper
for a 60-yard touchdown. T h e
rookie quarterback then went on
to direct Coach Tommy Prothro's
Bruins to a 37-0 rout of Oregon
State. Dummit eventually passed
foim ten completions and 160 yards
in the contest. The UCLA quarter-
back was also effective in running
the quarterback option in the
Bruins' new triple option offense.
Greg Jones and Mickey Cureton
spearheaded a strong running
game which gave Oregon State
fits all night long. The Bruins' de-,
fense, on the other hand, led by
linebacker Mike 'Cat' Ballou and
defensive tackle Floyd Reese,
looked very strong in last Satur-
day's shutout.

PACIFIC
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USC
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Stanford
California
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If .UCLA is to represent t h e
West in the Rose Bowl, it will
have to survive severe tests from
Stanford, USC, and probably
California. Of the three, Stanford
appears to have the fewest ques-
tion marks. The Indians have 29
lettermen returning from last
year's 6-3-1 team, and two of last
year's losses were by margins of
three points.
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ees Bubba Brown and Howie Wil-
liams. T h e only major problem
could be the defense which was
not exactly a ball of fire last year.
USC's major hopes this year will
rest on the defense, which has
nine starters back from last sea-
son's Rose B o w 1 squad. Coach
John McKay's major problem is
undoubtedly the loss of the two
superstars, quarterback S t e v e
Sogge a n d the inimitable O. J.
Simpson. McKay is looking to
former high school All-American
Jimmy Jones to step into Sogge's
shoes and a mass of junior col-
lege transfers trying out for Simp-
son's spot.
California has a strong nucleus
returning from last year's 7-3-1
squad, but losses in the defense
could undermine t h e Golden
Bears' title hopes. Ray Willsey's
pmide and joy is t hie -backfield
where quarter'back Randy Hum-
phmies and running backs B o b
Damby and Gamy Fowlereturn.
Bringing up the rear in the Pa-
cific Eight should be the f o u r
Northwest schools: Washington,
Washington State, Oregon a n d
Oregon State. Of the four. Wash-
ington may be the best.
The Huskies have a fairly solid
offense, but lack a strong quarter-
back prospect. Leaders on the of-
fense will be running backs Har-
vey Blanks, an All-American can-
didate. and Bo Cornell. The Hus-
kie defense will be strong as us-

ual, but will be hampered by the
loss of All-American defensive
back Al Worley. Another problem
for Coach Jim Owens' Huskies is
the schedule which pits Washing-
ton against Ohio State, Michigan
State, Michigan, USC, UCLA, Cal-
ifornia and Stanford.
Coach Dee Andros' Beavers of
Oregon State have been contend-
ers for the last two years on their
defense, but Saturday's debacle
against UCLA indicated that
there's not much defense left. But
the offense, despite All-American
candidate Billy Main at wingback.
does not offer much more hope
for Beaver followers.
Oregon may be able to record
its first winning season since 1964;
however. hopes for national reco-
gnition will be hampered by its
membership in the powerful Pa-
cific Eight. Key porformers for the
Ducks will probably be quarter-
back Tom Blanchard, who has
been fighting injuries since enter-
ing Oregon. and sophomore slot-
back Bob Moore.
Washington State has the unen-
viable task of rebuilding from a
3-6-1 record. Last year the Cou-
gars were plagued by inconsis-
tency, but this problem may be-
come worse this season. The only
quarterback with experience is
Rch Olson, and he has been far
from impressive. Jim Petersen
leads a defense which is m o r e
than adequate only in comparison
to the Cougar offense.

led by All-American quarterback
Jim Plunkett. Last season as a
sophomore, Plunkett set a con-
ference record for passing yardage
and threw fourteen touchdown
passes. Although Plunkett's fav-
orite receiver, Gene Washington,
has been lost to the pros, he'll
still have a pair of fine targets
in Bob Moore and Jack Lasater.
Stanford also boasts a strong
running attack, featuring return-

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