Friday, September 26, 1969
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, September 26, 1969 TH~ MICHIGAN DAILY
Poor passing mars
LOVE IS OUT:
With only one day remaining
before Michigan's encounter with
Washington, Coach Bo Schem-
bechler is still worrying about a
key factor in the Wolverine attack
As he walked off the Tartan
Turf in Michigan Stadium after
yesterday's practice, Schembechler
discussed his latest worry, "The
:iuarterbacks are having trouble
getting the ball to the receivers
and when they do, the receivers
are dropping the ball.
"It's all just a fundamental
problem, The pass receiver just
has too look at the ball, grab it,
The Michigan ticket de-
partment announced that
students need only bring the
individual ticket for the
football game being played
on a particular Saturday.
and bring it in to his body
Schembechler pointed out. "It's
not because of any difficulty in
the plays or the pass patterns,
they're just dropping the ball."
Schembechler indicated that he
intended to go to the air a lot
more than the 11 times his quar-._
terbacks passed against Vanderbilt
in the 42-14 blitzkrieg.
"But I'm not promising any-
thing. You can never disregard
your inside attack. My philosophy L
is to attack the opponent's vul- l1
nerability, whatever it is," he
The injury report is bright for fly 'The Assoc
Saturday's game. Schembechler CINCINNATI -
indicated that second-string tail- cracked a tie-br
back Bill Taylor, a sophomore the seventh as I
who has been out with a slight for two runs to
shoulder separation, will be ready 4-3 last night an
for Washington. However, Schem- 3 2 games off th
bechler said yesterday that Taylor pace.
is "still making mistakes in prac- Denny Lemaste
tee and may not be used in Satur- Red down on seve
day's game." ing relieved by J
The only players left on the in- halted a rally in tl
jury list are defensive end Phil seventh. Then Fr
Seymour and center Pete Sarantos, Bouton out of h
both afflicted with injuries. eighth.
makes war on enemy
By ED MORRIS
For Michigan State, the most
encouraging aspect of their 27-
11 victory over Washington last
Saturday was the emergence of
Eric Allen, a sophomore scatback
from Georgetown, South Caro-
lina. Allen got his chance to start
when the regular halfback, T o in
Love, was injured during a pre-
game practice session. Love will
have a real battle getting his old
job back as Allen gained an im-
pressive 113 yards in 28 carries.
Allen is hardly as powerful a
runner as Love--he weighs only
161 pounds. But he compensates
for his lack of size with whippet
speed, and amazing moves that
leave tacklers grasping air in-
stead of shoulder pads.
OFF THE FIELD, Allen is an
articulate, polite young man who
is confident both about himself
and his future.
"I'd like to play pro-ball, of
course, but if that's not in the
cards for me, then I'll teach-
phys ed, sports, something like
"It's always possible that I might
be injured but I don't let that
bother me too much. If I were
unable to continue playing I guess
I would interest myself in new
areas and concentrate in them. I
would continue college, of course.
Allen admits that his decision
to attend Michigan State was
influenced mainly by his high
school coach, T. L. Smith of
Georgetown's Howard High.
"In high school, my coach was
enthused about my going to State
from the beginning. Even when I
was a sophomore he contacted Cal
Stoll (former MSU assistant
coach who is now head coach at
Wake Forest) and all during my
high school career they kept in
touch. After I graduated every-
thing worked out just right and I
was able to go to State. I con-
sidered Purdue, also, but my
coach's enthusiasm for State
swayed my decision. I'm very hap-
py that I made the decision that I
Not surprisingly, Allen is quite
(;o(ch Bo Scliembecl eir
:nthusiastlc about this year's
Spartan team. "We've got a
strong team. This new triple op-
tion offense-we can really make
it go. We can score 40 points a
half wlth it. We scored 82 points
in the green and white game this
spring. And remember, the white
defense was familiar with the kind
of offense we run. This isn't going
to be ti'ue of some of the teams
th,,t we'll be playing against this
fall. I think we could do as well
against them as we did in the
LAST WEEK'S GAME with
Washington fell somewhat short
of Allen's expectations. In explan-
ation Allen said, "The first four
minutes there was no problem,
things were going just like we
wanted. But then, little incidents
-fumbles and things-really hurt
us. You can't fumble on the 4 yard
line and not be hurt."
Asked if Coach Daugherty had
put the Spartans through any sort
of preparation in order to prevent
fumbl-s, Allen replied, "No, we
don't have any sort of special drill
for fumbles. We don't worry about
them. It's just a matter of hang-
ing on to the ball at the right
ONLY THREE members of the
Spartan squad are faster than
Alen. flanker Herb Washington,
who holds a world record in 50
yard dash, and defensive backs
Harold Phillips and Clifton Hardy.
Allen, who has never run a 100
yard dash for time, runs the 40
'n about 4.5 or 4.6 seconds.
Mlen gives a lot of credit for
h s success to his high school
coach. "He gave lots of training
and helped a lot. Now, I don't
liv° 'o think about anything, it
=ust comes naturally."
The Spartans will get a big boost
from the play of Eric Allen. Michi-
ran State has not had a legitimate
breakaway threat-almost a re-
"ui-ement of the triple-option of-
tense--since the days of Clinton
While Jones represents the
powerful as well as the speedy
ball-carrier, little Sherman Lewis
who achieved All-American status
at a svelte 155 pounds, seems to
b: a closer parallel to the Allen
Both Lewis and Jones made it to
the professional ranks, with t h e
Giants and the Vikings, respec-
Allen promises to do as well.
CINCY ALMOST OUT
stoii edges Reds with two in seventl
- Doug R a d e r
eaking single in
d drop the Reds
.e West Division
1r, 12-18, set the
n hits before be-
im Bouton, who
he bottom of the
ed Gladding got
ot water in the
Gridde Picki *
Are you getting bored just sitting in at the LS&A building?
Fill in your idle moments between tear gas bombs by partaking
in the Revolutionary Vanguard Elite's favorite form of therapeutic
combat, Griddle Pickings.
This method was employed last evening by the Elite's stalwart
senior generals who smuggled their findings out of the LS&A build-
ing by pigeon to the everlasting edification of those below.
Rader's hit came off Gary Nol-
an, who was working on a three-
hitter until he entered the sev-
enth-and had struck out eight.
Lemaster doubled Rader home to
up the Astros' lead to two runs.
Cincinnati's Pete Rose rippedj
four hits in five at bats, raising
his batting average to .347 to
take the National League lead.
DETROIT-Dick Bosinan fired
a three-hitter to give the Wash-
ington Senators a 7-2 victory over
Detroit yesterday, narrowing the
Tigers' hold on second place over
Boston to one game in the Ameri-
can League East.
The victory assured the Senators
of a .500 season for the first time'
since 1953 as it gave them an 81-
75 record with six games left.
Bosman. w'ho went all the way
for Washington, von his 13th
against five losses.
Norm Cash and Mickey Stanley
homered for Detroit.
It was the final home game of
the season for Detroit. The crowd
of 4.589 gave the Tigers a home
total of 1,577,481.
Ma or League Standings
Atllilta 89 68 .567 -
San rancisco 87 69 .558 It.
Cincinnati 85 71. 545 31
Los Angeles 82 71 .526 61.-
Hloustonl 79 76 .510 9
San Diego 50 106 .:21 38z..
Yesterda 's Results
Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 3, 1st
Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 7. 2nd
Houston 4, Cincinnati 3
Only games scheduled.
St. Louis at Montreal, night
New York at Philadelphia, night
Chicago at Pittsburgh, night
San Diego at Atlanta, night
Houston at Cincinnati, night
San Francisco at Los Angeles, night
M'inesota 94 61 .606
Oakland 83 72 .535
California 70 85 .452
Chicago 66 90 .423
Kansas iCte 64 9? .410
Seattle 60 95 .387
Baltimore 4, Cleveland 1
Bost on 4, New York 3
Washington 7, Detroit 2
Chicago ?, Kansas City I, 10 inn.
na limore at New York, night
California at Oakland, night
Minnesota at Seattle. night
Kansas City at Chicago, night
Cleveland at Washington, night
Detroit at Boston, night
This Weekend in Sports
FOOTBALL-Washington at Michigan Stadium, 1:30 p.m.
RUGBY-Toronto at Wines Field, 4:00 p.m.
SOCCER-Oakland University at Oakland, 10:00 a.m.
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MASS MEE" "T ING
SWITZERLAND TRIP SIGN-UPS
1. Washington at MICHIGAN
2, SMU at Michigan St.
3. Texas Christian at OHIO
4. PURDUE at Notre Dame
5. California at INDIANA
6. Northwestern at SOUTHERN
7. Illinois at MISSOURI
8. UCLA at Wisconsin
9. Ohio U. at MINNESOTA
Washington State at IOWA
FLORIDA ST. at Mliami (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
20. Dickinson at LEBANON
ANDY BARBAS, Executive Sports Editor, 15-5 (.750), MICHIGAN, SMUT,
Ohio State, Purdue, Indiana, USC, Missouri, UCLA, 'Minnesota, Washington
State, Miami Kansas, Ruthers, Tennessee, Arizona, Nebraska, Vanderbilt,
Wyoming, Georgia Tech, Lebanon Valley,
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Notre Dame, Indiana, USC, Missouri, UCLA, Ohio U., Iowa, Florida State.
Kansas, Princeton, Auburn, Kansas State, Nebraska, Army, Air Force, Georgia
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BILL CUSUMANO, Associate Sports Editor, 15-5 (.750), MICHIGAN, SMU,
Ohio State, Purdue, Indiana, USC, Missouri, UCLA, Ohio U., Iowa. Florida
State, Syacuse, Rutgers, Auburn, Kansas State, Nebraska, Army, Air
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State, Ohio State, Purdue, Indiana, USC, Missouri, UCLA. Minnesota,
Iowa, Florida State, Kansas, Rutgers, Auburn, Kansas State, Nebraska,
Vanderbilt, Air Force, Georgia Tech, Dickinson.
JIM FORRESTER, Associate Sports Editor, 14-6 (.700), MICHIGAN, SMU,
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Florida State, Kansas, Rutgers, Auburn, Kansas State, Nebraska, Van-
derbilt, Air Force, Georgia Tech, Lebanon Valley.
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