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Tuesday, September 23, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, September 23, 1 969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Schembechler hails the victors,

To the Michigan Toobtall play-
ers "The Victors" has become more
than the school fight song.
Coach Bo Schembechler has in-
corporated the theme into a club
for the best performers of the
week. Accordingly entitled "the
Victors Club," a player rates mem-
bership only for outstanding per-
formance in the game of the week.
Members are rechosen each
week and players who earn recog-
nition in eight of the ten games
are rewarded with a trophy at the
end of the season. The weekly re-
ward includes wearing a special
jersey during practice which has
"Victors" written across the front.
Schembechler explained how the

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.nents, they played fairly well for
their first performance.
greater test for them as th
"But, each game will be a
greater test for them as the teams
get progressively tougher."
As for calling the plays for his
new team as he did on Saturday,
Schembechler plans to continue
mapping out the strategy "until
the team is more established",
which, as he noted, "may even
take the whole season. It'll b2
natural for the boys to take over
more as the season goes on, and
as they become more accustomed
,o different plays.

Gridde Pickiuugs
I The revolution has gotten out of hand. Now the dirty, un-
patriotic, godless, rotten commies have tried to invade Gridde Pickings.
In a disgustingly subservise move, designed to eventually gain control
of the press, an insidious law student (the worst kind of commie) tried
to exert power of the people and have The Daily use the East Strouds-
berg State Teachers College game as a tie breaker in last week's ex-
citing contest.
But true to the democratic principles of the Sports Staff REV-
OLUTIONARY VANGUARD ELITE (as distinguished from the false
revolutionary rabble) we have decided to continue using the closest
score as an indication of the best forecaster.
It is fortunate that this decision has been made, for in a close
battle Larry Newman of 3122 Markley came nearer to the eventual
outcome of the Michigan-Vanderbilt tilt and so edged out two op-
ponents who had identical 17-3 records. Larry's brilliance has earned
him a tasty Cottage Inn Pizza, the valued prize which the cunning

coaches determined this week's
Victor. "There were 20 players
who made the list because of their i
performance against Vanderbilt.
"All 13 offensive regulars were
chosen because the score was overI
30 points. Some of them would not
have ordinarily been selected, but

the total effort was worthy of
such recognition. And seven de-
fensive men qualified based onI
the number of tackles, assists and
overall work."
Hoping to inspire his team to
continue the efforts that brought
Saturday's 42-14 triumph over
Vanderbilt, Schembechler has in-
itiated two other types of meritor-
ious recognition.
3The first is a helmnet emblem
for each big play iii which a play-
er was the key performer. In the
shape of small gold footballs, the
emblems are placed at the back
base of the helmet.
"Again, each member of t h e
starting team received one f o r
piling up more than 30 points,"
Schembechler commented. "Then
Titas was six for six in field goal
attempts so he received a secondI
and John Gabler received another
for his key block on Doughty's
run.
"befensively, Tom Curtis earn-
ed one for his interception and
Mike Keller for blocking that kick,
and so on."
The other set of awards go to
the offensive and defensive
champions of the week and the
member of the scouting t e a m
who has contributed the most to
helping the starters. Don Moor-
head received the offensive award,
while Henry Hillwa defensive
champion and Bob itle ansof-
fensive tackle, won the award from
the scout team.
Schembechler commented on
the overall improvement of t li e
team. "Keller and Carpenter
showed the biggest improvement
the move from practice to actual
field experience.
"Moorhead was real consistent,
but he's always that wvay. He has
poise, class, and ability, and he
really showed his stuff out there.
And Doughty also had a good
day," he added.
Overall the defense was most
pleasing. They moved and pursued
well. And although there were a.
couple of breakdowns in assign-
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.For example Moorhead will 1 commies have tried to steal from themselves.

probably do a little more of the
calling each game. And Doughty
will be used more as a receiver as
time goes on, but we haven't
thrown to him much yet in prac-
ti e."
The only problems Schembech-
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NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL DINNER

The battle is not over, though, as there are nine more scintillating
weeks of Gridde Pickings, beginning with the 20 games below. But
the rotten reds have no chance for victory their way, so they might
as well go straight. If they are lucky everyone else will pick like
Johnny Cash, who turned in a horrible 9-11 record last week. However,
the chances are not so good, since most people followed the example
of Bo Schembechler and Bill Pace, who went 15-5 and 14-6, respect-
ively.
If the commies are smart, not sly, they'll copy Bo's picks from
this week and have a better chance. In any case all entries should be
delivered to The Daily by midnight Friday, and any containing a
Molotov cocktail will be disqualified.

ler encountered as a result of Sa-
turday's game were rugburn fromj
the new tartan turf and com-
plaints about his good-luck jack-
et. Several players, including
Moorhead, were burned from
heavy contact against the t u r f,'
although the new coach doesn't
consider it a serious problem.
A more immediate concern is to
find a replacement for a hi g h t
brown jack t that brought h i in
luck at Miami and which clashes
with the coaches' new y e 11 o w
shirts.
If only those could remain his
biggest worries of the season.
1I1 Foot ball results
Division A
W1illiins?, Chicago 2.
Mushier Guld 10, Scott 8
Residential College 14, Taylor (l
Eliot '28, Bartlett G
Reeves 6, vanTyne 0
Lewis 6. Iluber 0
Van Buren 7, Wenly 6
Allen-Rumsey 8, Pilot Program 0
Kelsey'20, Frost 6
Gomnberg 20, Adams 0
Mosher Blue 14, Michigan u
Douglas 18, Blagdon 0

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Washington at MICHIGAN
SMU at MICHIGAN ST.
Texas Christian at OHIO
STATE
PURDUE at Notre Dame
California at INDIANA
Northwestern at SOUTHERN
CAL.
Illinois at MISSOURI
UCLA at Wisconsin
Ohio U. at MINNESOTA.

1M. Florida State at TMIAMI
IFla.)
12. Syracuse at KANSAS
13. PRINCETON at Rutgers
14. Auburn at TENNESSEE
15. KANSAS ST. at Arizona
16. Texas A&M at NEBRASKA
17. VANDERBILT at Army
18. AIR FORCE at Wyoming
19. Baylor at GEORGIA TECH
20. DICKINSON at Lebanon
Valley

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Major League Standings

*Baltimor
Detroit
Roston
Washingt
New Yorl
Cleveland

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L P
e 106 47E
86 67
8? 71
on 78 75
k 75 78.
61 92.

west Division
Minnesota 92 61
Oakland 81 71
California 67 85
Kansas Cit'v 64 89
Chicago 61 88
Seattle 59 93
*Clinched division title

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New Yorb
Chicago
St. Louis
Pittsburg.
Philadelp
Montreal

West Division
San Francisco 86 67
Atlanta 86 69
Cincinnat i 82 70
Los Angeles, 82 71
Houston 78 74
San Iiego 48 105

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L P
k 94 61.
89 66
8? 7?
Ii 8? 7'2
hia 61 9"4
51 104

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Pct.
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.574
.534
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Yesterday's. Resu ts
Seattle at California, inc.
Minnesota 4, Kansas City 3
New York 3, Boston 4
Only games scheduled
Today's Games
Chicago at Oakland, 2, twi-night
Seattle at California, night
Minnesota at Kansas City, night
Washington at Detroit, night
Baltimore at Cleveland, night
New York at Boston, night

Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 1, New fork 3
Atlanta 5, Houston 3
San Francisco at San Diego, inc.
Ios Angeles I, Cincinnati?
Only games scheduled.
Today's Gaines
St. Louis at New York, night
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, night
.Montreal at Chicago
Los Angeles at Cincinnati, twi-night
Atlanta at Houston, night
San Francisco at San Diego, night

The Chicago National
Action, Oct. 8-11
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