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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 18, 1969

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, September 1 8, 1969

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By JERRY CLARKE sophomores come through in the position is unsettled. but leading
Over thle past two seasons, line, Syracuse will not make it to! ground gainer Dennis Ferris re-
Eastern Independent f o o t b a a bowl game. But with the offens- turns at tailback. Many soph-
could have been t ptlysummed upI ive potential, the Orangemen omores will take over on the line,
in ust twoy smmedn ushould chalk up their 20th sue- so Ferris may have trouble finding
in just two words, spelled P-e-n-n cessive non-losing season. holes to run through.
been unbeaten in their last nine- Army coach Tom Cahill h a . A huge veteran defense will be
teen games, and there is reason more to worry about than the cur- the Panthers' strength. Ralph Cin-
to believe that that streak might rent anti-military sentiment in drich, a top wrestler, will key the
continue. the nation. For the first time in unit from his linebacker's slot, al-
Gone, of course, is Ted Kwal- four years, he is without Charlie though he sat out last year with
ick, the All-American end of last Jarvis, the bruising fullback who an ankle injury. If the squad can
year. Gone, too, is Bob Campbell, ran through opponents as well as adjust rapidly to the new system,
the big play halfback. But with around them. W i t h no proven they could surprise with a success-
what Joe Paterno has returning, ful campaign.
coupled with a relatively e a s y FATLJTfV V DLY'I Anntha,' *nm wih n

(ridde Pickings
If silence is golden. Vanderbilt coach Bill Pace must be a very
rich man.
He may know more about football than Johnny Cash (who picked
Wisconsin to beat Oklahoma>, but Coach Pace, when contacted by
The Daily's illustrious gridde picks staff, adamantly refused to pre-
dict the outcome of his team's upcoming clash with our illustrious
Wolverines.
Perhaps modesty held him back.
Perhaps he feels that restraint is the better part of valor.
Perhaps he felt that he might divulge vital information, and what
true Southern Gentleman would ever trust a damn Yankee.
Or, perhaps the Vanderbilt mentor feels that there is not much
to say about his team.
All this will come out in Saturday's wash.
But consider for a moment the opportunity that has slipped
through the man's hand.
Because he failed to speculate on the outcome of Saturday's
encounter, he has forfeited his chance for the everlasting fame, not
to mention the free pizza, that are given to all those who dare to pick
the outcome of all twenty games.
And so, dear "reader, take heart and pick all twenty games and
win a prize. You can even predict a tie if you want, and to facilitate
matters in case of a tie, scrawl in the score of the Michigan-Vander-
bilt game and carry them overland or mail them to The Daily at 420

SPORT

JUDO

schedule, it would seem reason-
able to expect the Lions to cap-
ture their third straight Lambert
Trophy, given to the East's out-
standing team.
Charlie Pittman was sensation-
al as a running back in 1968, and
will again key the ground attack.
Chuck Burkhart, the mediocre
quarterback with a knack for win-
ning will be back to call the sig-j
nals, but will miss Kwalick's pass
receiving ability. If t h e offensel
falters, however, t h e defense
should hold up well enough to car-
ry the team.
Nine of the eleven starters from
the defense are back, led by Den-!
ny Onkotz, an All-American line-
backer. This unit held opponents
to only 106 points last season. Pa-
terno turned down a lucrative of-!
fer to coach the Pittsburgh Steel-
ers in order to stay on with the
Lions. His team should fulfill his
hopes to the limit.
The only other respectable team
in the East is Syracuse. Ten offen-
sive starters are back with a host
of top sophomoi-cs. Paul Paolisso
will probably guide t h e attack,
with strong support from fullback
Al Newton. In contrast to Penn
State, the Orange will find that
their problems are centered in the
defense.
Six starters are lost from the
defensive unit that ranked num-
ber four in the nation. Unless the

1968 Records
Penn State 10 0 0
Rutgers 8 2 0
Army 7 3 0
Syracuse 6 4 0
Navy 2' 8 0
Pittsburgh 1 9 0
quarterback to direct the offense,
the Cadets will have trouble scor-
ing.
Only three regulars are back on
defense, and last year's plebe team
was weak. But Army has its typi-
cally weak schedule, and could still
match the 7-3 record of last year.
Pittsburgh has a new coach,
Carl DePasqua, and a rough
schedule, which should preclude a
winning season. The quarterback

11 er eam iwUi a iew cac.
Navy, is not in such good shape.
Most of the regular-s are gone
fiom last year's poor unit, one that
gave up over 30 points a game.
The Middies will go only as far
as the arm of quarterback Mike
McNalle and the leadership of tail-
back Dan Pike can carry them.
Rick Forzano, the new coach, is
installing an aggressive attack,
but there is no hope for the de-
fense. Another down year is in the
offing for Navy.
Rutgers is celebrating the 100th
anniversary of college football, and
just might do it in style. Quarter-
back Rich Policastro led the team
to five consecutive victories last
year, and has fine tailback Bruce
Van Ness to hand off to.

foe Pater no
to give the Scarlet Knights a good
base for success. New Brunswick,
the place where it all began,
should see its finest football in
years.
The Nittany Lions finished sec-
ond in the country last year, cap-
ping their season with a wild and
woolly 15-14 win in the Orange
Bowl over Kansas and the Jay-

Maynard.
Here are this week's exciting
1. Vanderbilt at MICHIGAN
2. Washington at MICHIGAN
STATE
3. Washington St. at ILLINOIS
4. Oregon State at IOWA
5. Northwestern at NOTRE
DAME
6. OKLAHOMA at Wisconsin
7. INDIANA at Kentucky
8. MINNESOTA at Arizona
State
9. PURDUE at Texas Christian
10. Air Force at MISSOURI

collegiate gridiron games:

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

HOUSTON at Florida
Texas A&M at LOUISIANA
STATE
ALABAMA at Virginia Tech
TEXAS at California
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
at Nebraska
Arizona at WYOMING
Kansas State at BAYLOR
Duke at SOUTH CAROLINA
Kent State at OHIO
OMAHA at Morningside

Eight defensive starters return, hawks' infamous 12-man defense.

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Georgic
By BOB ANDREWS
In this centennial year of Col-
lege Football the race in the
South Eastern Conference shapesI
up to be the tightest in about
a decade.
Some say that the Georgia Bull-
dogs should once again win the
conference title but Tennessee,
Louisiana State, Alabama, Mis-
sippi, and Auburn will be breath-
ing down their necks.
Georgia's trademark u n d e r
their coach Vince Dooley has been
their defense and this year is no
different. Kerry Teel and R o n
Huggins, both top rated li n e-
backers, should form the core of
the powerful Bulldog defense.

Marked improvement should be
made this year on the offense.
Mike Gavan, rated by many as theI
best quarterback in the confer-
ence, heads a group of four strong
offensive backs which include
Donnie Hampton, Paul Gilbert
(scheduled as last year's No. 1
quarterback until injured), a n d
Jack Montgomery, a sophomore,
who has looked great in prac-
tice. Chuck Whittemore, Dennis
Hughes, and Billy Brice will be
the receivers. Whittemore in h is
sophomore year caught 40 pass-
es for 608 yards. There are those'
in Georgia who say he is the best
Bulldog receiver since Jimmy Orr.
THE VOLUNTEERS of Tennes-
see, under coach Doug Dickey,
have lost only one of their last
14 conference games and once
again are strong contenders.
The offense can be described as
young and speedy. There is an
entirely new offensive backfield.
Bobby Scott, a 195-pound junior
will run the offense which plans
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passing. Scott runs much better
and has a stronger but less ac-
curate arm than Bubba Wyche
who called the plays for the Vols
last year. Bobby Patterson, Don
Carpenter, Lance Pearce and Bob-
by Majors are fighting it out to
decide who will replace Richmond
Flowers at tailback.
THEN AGAIN there is Paul
"Bear" Bryant and his Crimson
Tide from Alabama. Last year the
Tide scored only 177 points, few-
est in a decade, and the Bear
worked the offense in only a way
he could, to see if there could be
some improvement in this dismal
record.
Scott Hunter, only one in a long
tradition of fine quarterbacks
from Alabama, is still the No. 1
man. He's a good passer but has
been ineffective as a runner. Bry-
ant hopes to have more balance
in his offense which means a run-
ning attack to go along w i t h
Hunter's fine passing.
Things won't be so easy for Ala-
bama this 'year, but with "Bear"
Bryant at the helm it's very pos-
sible that the Tide will once again
make waves.
LSU, with one of the South's
most powerful defenses, will once
again try to capture the SEC
crown.
Giaduation cleanedoet a good
supply of backs, but 15 lettermen
will be returning on offense. Mike:
Hillman the quarterback, who
stood out in last year's Peach Bowl
win over Florida State, should
have a great senior year. Eddie
Ray, the fullback, has had some
knee trouble but if his knee holds

Georgia
Tennessee
LSU
Alabama
Auburn
Florida
Mississippi
Vanderbilt
Mississippi St
Kentucky

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LAST YEAR, the Rebels of Mis-
sissippi under coach John Vaught
gambled with youth and almost
won with three early victories, but
injuries and inexperience shattered
all their hopes. If their regulars
manage to stay healthy the whole
year. Mississippi has an outside
shot at the conference title. The
team should show much improve-
ment in their defensive unit which
SE CONFERENCE
'1968Conference Standings

In the last two years, Bill Pace
has done wonders at Vanderbilt.
Now, in his third year, his team
will have more speed, and im-
proved defense and a better quar-
terback. Johnny Miller, won the
quarterback role last year and is
fighting off the challenge of Wat-
son Brown. a talented sophomore.
THE FLORIDA GATORS have
always produced good teams, but a
conference title has eluded them
for the last 35 years. The same
thing should hold true for this
year. The offense is the question-
able area. The quarterback spot,
which hurt the Gators in 1968, has
been filled by Jack Eckdahl, who
has been in.iured the past two sea-
sons, but John Reaves, a super
prep star from Tampa, could Loe
the job away irom E hdahl.
The pirolem uu Mississippi
State is that they usually allow
the o jonent to score more than
their potent offense does. That is
one reason they haven't won a
conference game since 1965. Tom-
my Pharr. was the leading quar-
terback in passing and total of-
fense in the S. .C. last year, but
even his fine ability won't carry
the Bulldogs "pharr" enough.
Once the defense improves, Mis-
sissippi State should become a
Southertn power.
JOHNNY RAY, the only n e w
head coach in the SEC, promises
that h i s Wildcats at Kentucky
will take tremendous strides this
year. Ray, who was a defensive
aide to Ara Parseghian at Notre
Dame. made many changes in per-
sonnel, installed the 4-4-3 defense
he used at Notre Dame, and most
importantly, he has generated
morale on a team which hasn't
been in a bowl game since 1952.
Ray insists that to be a winner,
you must always think like one.

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allowed 253 yaitls a game, with the
return of Glenn Cannon as safety
and Bill Vandervender as line-
backer.
Coach Ralph "Shug" Jordan of
Auburn. who has recovered from a
cancer- scar-e, put in a new offense
last yea--the tiple option oi full-
house backfield. This, coupled with
their sturdy defense, could give
them a chance for the S.E.C.
championship.
Once again their schedule will
work against them with Tennessee,
Georgia, L.S.U., and their old rival
Alabama as opponents.
Standouts on the Auburn de-
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