Wednesday, September 24, 1969
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, September 24, 1 969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
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By TERRI FOUCIIEY:
Nobody new has been hurt. Some
of the pre-season injuries arey
showing signs of mending. And
with the knowledge that they can't
be all bad (a 42-14 victory does
wonders for the ego), the Michi-
gan football team begins prepar-
ing to meet the University of NIGHT EDITOR:
Washington Huskies Saturday JOE MARKER
However, there is some glaring
evidence pointing to the fact that the form of stepping up
the Wolverines aren't all good. It farther. The move enabled
is just this evidence that they are to get past his blocker and
trying to overturn before their straight for the kicker.
case comes before the jury of 11 He added, "I knew I got a
opposing players. of it, but I didn't realize
One of the weak points which the ball had gone. When
became obvious was punt return-- Marty (Huff) had it I just b
ing. The team worked harder than the first white shirt I saw.
usual on this aspect of the game c
in practice yesterday and is ex- This little performancee
pected to continue to throughout Keller membership in The V
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MICHIGAN'S MIKE KELLER (90 dark) blocks Steve Smith's
fourth quarter that saw the Wolverines score three touchdowns
Saturday. Seconds later linebacker Marty Huff, who scooped up
touchdown ramble to make the score 28-7
(90) runt at the start of a wild
to rout the Commodores 42-14
the loose ball, scored on a 31 yard
1. Washington at MICHIGAN
2. SMU at Michigan St.
3. Texas Christian at Ohio St.
4. Purdue at Notre Dame
5. California at Indiana
I. Northwestern at Southern Cal.
7. Illinois at Missouri
8. UCLA at Wisconsin
9. Ohio U. at Minnesota
10. Washington St. at Iowa
Florida State at Miami (Fla.
Syracuse at Kansas
Princeton at Rutgers
Auburn at Tennessee
Kansas St. at Arizona
Texas A&M at Nebraska
Vanderbilt at Army
Air Force at Wyoming
Baylor at Georgia Tech
Dickinson at Lebanon Valley
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the week. Club and two gold helmets. He 7
In the second quarter of last got one of the helmets because
Saturday's game, when Vanderbilt the defense scored a touchdown
was punting on a fourth and 39 and the other because he blocked
situation, the defensive backfield the punt.
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seenmed to get its signals crossed a
bit and this resulted in a fumbled
punt and Vanderbilt regaining
Head coach Bo Schembechler
said about the play, "It was a badt
play. The whole defense seemed
mixed up.'We were trying to block
the kick and this may be what
eaused the mix-up.
The defense finally got straight-
ened around on punts in the
fourth quarter. Surprisingly, there
was another mix-up on the blocked
punt that resulted in a touchdown.
Schembechler described it, "We
weren't trying to block that one.
We were looking to return it. But
Keller managed to get a hand on it
and it ended the way we hoped
the other play would."
On this one play, defensive end
Mike Keller showed that at least
the blocking portion of the team's
punt return effort hasn't been
As he learned in practice, Keller
had been going in all day.. "I'd
been close on a few before, but
there was a rather had snap on
this one. The kicker bobbled it and
altered his kicking pattern a little,"
Keller said. This alteration was in
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Hopefully, with more practice
the punt return portion of prac-
tices will become known to the
The Wolverines also emphasized
Mets edge Cards in 11, clinch tie
By 'he Associated Pres
NEW YORK - The New York
their pass defense in Tuesday's! Mets clinched a tie for the Na-
practice preparation for Washing-
Several long pass patterns were
run as Michigan tried to improve
the rather weak point of their of-
However, the offense will be
strengthened by the return of Bill
Taylor, who will fill the slot be-
hind Glenn Doughty after recover-
ing from a shoulder separation.
Schembechler said, "He won't be
ready Saturday, but he's coming
along well. He's a bit rusty and his
timing is bad, but with more prac-
tice these problems should solve
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tional League's Eastern Division
championship last night, beating i
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the St. Louis Ca'rdinals and Bob s
Gibson 3-2 on Bud Harrelson's s
run-scoring single in the 11th F
The victory moved the Mets six b
games ahead of the Chicago Cubs I
with both teams having six games
With one out in the 11th. Ron
Swoboda, who made a game-sav-'
ng catch in the eighth, singled i
o deep short and Jerry Grote
lashed a single off the glove of
econd baseman Julian Javier.
Harrelson then lined a 1-2 pitch
over short and Swoboda easilyI
beat Curt Flood's throw to the
Gibson, 18-13, nursed a 2-1 lead three innings he pitched and was
into the eighth but the Mets tied tagged with his 12th loss.
the score when Tommie Agee With one out in the first, Staub
opened with a single, moved to walked and scored on Bailey's
second on Wayne Garrett's bunt, triple. The Expos added three runs
and scored on Art Shamsky's in the second on a walk, a run-
single to right. scoring single by Gary Suther-
Until then, Gibson, in complete land and Staub's 29th homer.
control, was working on a four- Fairly blasted his 12th homer in
hitter. the third.
Both Cardinal runs came with -
two out in the fifth. Lou Brock I
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lowed with another single.
Ken Boswell booted Vada Pin-
son's bouncer, allowing Brock to
score. and then Joe Torre singled
off pitcher Jim McAndrew's leg,
bringing Flood home.
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San Francisco 87 67
Atlanta 88 fi8
Cinceinnati 811 70
Los Angeles 82 N:
Hlouston 78 75
Sani Diego .18 106
AMEICAN LEAG i:
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etroit 86 67 .562 19'
loton 83 71 .539 23
,ashingimi 78 75 .510 27'
wv York 7S 79 .487 31
t'yi'ladl 62 92 .-103 44
limiiiesota 93 61 .604 -
)aklanid 8V 71.536 10':
%kli.ori 68 86 .444 41,
liiago 61 89 .418 28'
ansas Cit ' i 90 .416 29
eatIe 60 93 .392 32'
Cleveland 3. Baltimore 1
Boston i8,New ork 3
i"liliesota 6, Kansas ('ite
Oakland 4, Chicago 3. 1st
C'hicagoat Oakland, 'nd 11in.
Seac leat California, inc.
Washinigton at Detroit, rain
t miago at Oakland
Seattle at California, nieilit
Minnesota at Kansas City
Washington at Detroit (). twi-niglt
Baltimore at Cleveland. night
New York at Boston, night
CHICAGO-Home runs by Rusty
Staub and Ron Fair'ly and threej
runs batted in by Bob Bailey
vaulted Montreal to a 7-3 victory
over Chicago yesterday.
Southpaw Ken Moltzman, a 17-
game winner for the Cubs, was
battered for five runs in the first
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PHIL WINSOR .. . . ......... . . . Coronation
ANTON WEBERN ............ Concerto, Op. 24
BOGUSLAW SCHAFFER . . ..... Imagio Musicale
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S. Hodkinson, conductor
GEORGE CRUMB .. Eleven Echoes of Autumn 1965
Red Sox put Williams out;
Notire Dame in at Michwan
*BOSTON Controversial Dick Williams. who led the Boston
Red Sox to their Impossible Dream pennant as a rookie manager in
1967 but feuded off and on with players throughout his tenure, was
The terse announcement by the club said only that Williams would
not be back in 1970, and that coacl Eddie Popowski would manage
the team for the rest of this season.
The team declined comment on a published report in the Boston
Record American that Eddie Kasko, manager of its Louisville farm
club in the International League, would be the new pilot.
0 SOUTH BEND, Ind.-- A historic football rivalry that lapsed in
1943--Michigan and Notre Dame-will be renewed in a four-game
series beginning in 1978, it was announced yesterday.
The series calls for Michigan to visit Notre Dame Sept. 23, 1978
and again on Sept. 20, 1980. The Irish will travel to Michigan Sept. 15,
1979, and Sept. 19, 1981.
In the last football meeting of the two universities, Notre Dame
wore 35-12. The series ended with Michigan holding a 9-2 winning
. NEW YORK Two discharged American League umpires
filed a multimillion dollar federal court damage suit Tuesday, calling
baseball's reserve clause illegal, under the anti-trust law.
Yesterday 's RltsI
Montreal 7. Chicago
Philadelphia 4, Pittsbu rghr.
Newv York 3, St. Louis 3 (IIit inn
Atlanta 10, Houston 2
C'incinnat i G-5, Los Angele's. :-?
Sail lFrancisco at San Diego, in(-.
St. Louis at New York, night
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, night
Montreal at 'hicago
Los Angeles at Cincinnai
Atlanta at Houstn.on, iht
San lFranicisco at San lDlego, nighlt
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