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uesday, November 25, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Schembechler

On beating the Buckeyes

You've gotta - give Bo Schem-I
bechler credit.
He certainly knows how to eval-
uate a football team.
Not only can he familiarize him-'
self with an alien team well
enough in eight months to lead
them to an eight and two confer-
ence-winning record, but he can
successfully read the toughest op-
position in the country as proven
in Saturday's upset of Ohio State,
24-12.
And through it all he remains1
business-like, level-headed, accu-
rate-and as objective as an emo-
tionally attached coach can be.
Reviewing the season and its
dramatic climax, Schembechler
remarked, "We had a great sea-
son. But we weren't supposed to ber
that good."A
He went on to explain the lossf
to Michigan State that many fanst
have now crossed off as a fluke.
"No one should knock our loss t

daily
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NIGHT EDITOR:
ELLIOTT BERRY

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to Michigan State. Th e y would the best
have beat a lot of teams the day ing.
they played us. pIt was
"They did to us what we did to Ioayed t
Ohio S t a t e Saturday - what's Schem
wrong with that!" uate the
Commenting on Saturday's big mista
g a m e, Schembechler modestly one inter
noted that although, "The Ohio didn't hw
State victory was our greatest ef- "Plus,t
fort, Ohio State is still a great this high
team. And what we accomplished Don't un
Isn't as great as their 22 consec- al factor
utive victories. difference

uldn't disagree that Sat-
game was 'a stunning up- .: : ....:.:::::: : .............:
use that is some record
They're not weak any
at I could find."
Mtichigan mentor added R O ~ "DE
hierneeftow:BROAD-SIDE
>Wolverine effort was not
"We found flaws when
hed the film. There was by robin Wright
: assignment here and a
ickle there. You just can't ,,...,,,-,,, .,
when a team has played
they're capable of play- "Everything was in our favor," "Our young personnel did a real
he continued. "We had come off a good job. They never lost their en-
s a great effort. But we good victory - which went pretty thusiasm.
ist as good a game against much unnoticed. "But even m o r e important is
week before."
bechler 'went on to eval- "We w e r e in excellent shape. that seldom can you have a suc-
victory. "We didn't make And we had a chance at both the cessful season unless your seniors
kes like fumbles, and the Big Ten championship and t h e are having their greatest y e a r
rception before the half Rose Bowl." ever.
rt us. The Michigan mentor, who, is "That's an especially important
the team has never been the first rookie coach to lead a factor in a transition because
emotionally for a game. Big Ten team to a Rose B o w 1 they're the hardest guys to sell.
cerestimate the emotion- since Fielding H. Yost in 1901, "Our seniors played exceptional
- it can make all the pinpointed the season outcome to football. They're the nucleus of
e. individual performances. the team that has won 16 games

felt safe in saying, "My guess is
that the no-repeat clause w i11
come to an end."
This will be the Wolverine men-
tor's first bowl game as a coach,
and the firstsince he played as
an offensive tackle for the Uni-
versity of Miami in the 1951 Salad
Bowl.
With teammates John Pont,
now head coach at Indiana, and
Carmen Cozza, who is chief men-
tor at Yale, Schembechler's team
beat Arizona State 34-21.
Ironically, Miami's head coach
that year was W. W. "Fat Boy"
Hayes.
Schembechler pointed out one
advantage to beating Ohio State
that few Michigan f a n s would
recognize. "At least not so many
people will refer to me as what's
his name from Michigan."
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Varsity breezes past frosi 112-73

-Daily-Thomas R. Focus
The man of the hour

in the last 19. Nobody but Ohio
State can beat that record."
Schembechler then commentedE
on his feeling that the turning
point for the team was the second
half of the Minnesota game.
Having won the Rose Bowl bid
as a co-champion, Schembechler

Only three days have elapsed
since the close of the season but
honors are already starting to
stream in for the Rose Bowl
bound Wolverines. Captain Jim
Mandich was selected yesterday
first team All America on both
the "Look" magazine and
Kodak squads.

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By ERIC SIEGEL
................ ..............
About the most interesting as-
Big en tand ngspect of last night's freshmen-
Big Ten Standings astfh tsnn
varsity game at the Events Bldg.
F I N A L was whether or not the varsity
starting five would break the cen-
Conference Games All Games tennial scoring mark.
W L T PF PA W L T PF PA They did, smashing the fresh-
UICHIGAN 6 1 0 245 77 8 2 0 349 138 men 112-73, but no-one in the
)hio State 6 1 0 280 79 8 1 0 383 93 crowd of 6,500 was ready to sched-
'urdue 5 2 0 248 180 8 2 0 354 264 ule the New York Knicks as the
linnesota 4 3 0 135 135 4 5 1 210 260 varsity's next opponent.
,diana 3 4 0 173 165 4 6 0 252 242 The varsity five turned the ball
)wa 3 4 0 149 179 5 5 0 255 275 Dver to their frosh brethren more
orthwestern 3 4 0 121 187 3 7 0 137 306 than a dozen times, committed 17
isconsin 3 4 0 145 224 3 7 0 196 349 fouls, and were beaten often on
lichigan State 2 5 0 124 163 4 6 0 202 231 the offensive and defensive boards.
linois 0 7 0 62 293 0 10 0 106 397 Despite the errors, however,

Tomjanovich, who scored 11
points in the first half but had
three of his shots blocked, c a m e
alive at the beginning of the
second half. The senior center
blocked three shots within t h e
space of about four minutes and
scoring eight points in about seven
minutes, before being removed for
a substitute.
The freshmen were plagued
throughout the game by turnovers,
giving the varsity the ball a total
of 27 times. "They were nerv-
ous and their inexperience hurt,"
Orr said, analyzing the problems
of the frosh.
Still, the frosh were not with-
out their bright spots. Orr had

Gridde Pickings

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Penni State awarded Lambert;
I.

9 0

Michigan Coach Johnny Orr was especially high praise for the play
pleased with the team's general of Wilmore who grabbed a doz-
performance during the game. "We en rebounds in addition to collect-
passed the ball well out there and ing 23 points.
worked together as a unit," Orr "Wilmore's a great player," Orr
commented. "We did a pretty good noted, "and he's awfully tough on

tar yma be Deout 1- orseason job overall."
Orr had special praise for his
r NEW YORK--Unbeaten Penn State, ranked third nationally starting guards, Danny Fife and
th a 9-0 record, was a unanimous winner yesterday of the Lambert Mark Henry. "They played de-
fense well and did a real fine job
rophy., awarded for outstanding performance among major Eastern on the fast break," Orr said after
>llege football teams. the game.
The Nittany Lions thus became the only team other than Army's Indeed, it was the play of the
44-45-56 powerhouse to capture the trophy three consecutive years. guards that put the varsity out in
also marks Penn State's sixth Lambert Trophy in nine years, front for good early in the first
Penn State, after defeating Pitt 27-7 Saturday, owns the longest half. With the score knotted at
ining and n s streaks in the country at 20 and 28 games, 6-6 with just 4:20 gone, Fife drove
nonling sontr y afor two layups in 20 seconds to
,;wectively. They wind up thi regular season Saturday against North give the varsity a 10-6 lead.
John Lockard got one point back
for the Baby Blue with a free

the boards."
Noting that Tomianovich w ill
carry most of the load for the
Wolverines on the boards, Orr
added, "Rudy did a good Job of
going to the boards on defense and
going to the basket on offense."

As the weekend air, intoxicated with the joyous vapors of vic-
torious merry-making, gradually drifts away in the warm and rose
sweet breeze from the west, the Daily crowd returns from the ecstasy
of several days past to the more mundane pursuits of the immediate
future. Like term papers, home-stretch hourlies, and the final Gridde
Pickings winner.
Since this is the year of spectacular upsets (Jets, Mets, Michigan),
take no surprise that this week's top picker is sportsminded coed
Elizabeth Jo Hunt of Jordan Hall. The astute Miss Hunt can claim
her Cottage Inn Pizza prize at the Daily office, preferably early this
week.
The Daily would also like to award its final pizza of the season
to Al Ackerman, channel 4's sometimes sportscaster, for the most
humorous prediction of the year. With his usual canny insight, Acker-
man prophesied the following last Friday: "Michigan doesn't have a
chance against Ohio State, the number one team in the country."
Colts 270, Jets 0. Right, Al?
GRIDDE PICKINGS RESULTS
MICHIGAN 24, Ohio State 12
Purdue 44, Indiana 21
Iowa 40, Illinois 0
Michigan State 39, Northwestern 7
Minnesota 35, Wisconsin 10
Notre Dame 13, Air Force 6
Arizona State 79, Colorado State 7
Southern Cal 14, UCLA 12
Utah 16, Brigham Young 6
Columbia 18, Brown 3
Stanford 29, California 28
Southern Methodist 12, Baylor 6
Colorado 45, Kansas State 32
Princeton 35, Dartmouth 7
Florida State 33, North Carolina State 22
Yale 7, Harvard 0
Oklahoma State 35, Iowa State 0
Maryland 17, Virginia 14
Nebraska 44, Oklahoma 14
Ohio State Rugby 10, Michigan Blue 6

Tomjanovich collected
bounds and 24 points.
FRESHMEN

8 re-

Roberts
Lockard
Johnson
Miegge
Wilmore
Rhodin
Bazelon
Rea
Lowrey
Dezer
Rozsy pal
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4
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7
3
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* G'EEN BAS, Wis.-Quarterback Bart Starr may be out for
ie season, Green Bay Packer coach Phil Bengtson said yesterday.
"He has a shoulder separation on his throwing side," Bengtson
Ad at a news conference. "Even for someone who doesn't throw, it
.kes a long time to heal,"
The Packer coach said there was a possibility Starr could see
-tion before the National Football League season ends.

throw, but Rudy Tomjanovich
scored an easy bucket as Fife fedl
him a perfect pass on the fast
Sbreak.
Ernie Johnson, a 6-8 freshman,
and Henry Wilmore, who led the
frosh with 23 points, sandwiched
baskets around a 15 foot jumper

Totals
VARSITY

F
a
0
a
a
1
0
3
a
-
9
0
19
F
0
2
0
4
3
0
3
0
0
14

t
t
4
F
M

P
10
8
8
0
23
7
5
4
4
73

--Daily-Randy Edmonds
FRESHMAN WHIZ Henry Wilmore (25) scores two points during
last night's Freshman-Varsity contest at the Events Bldg. The
varsity led by Rudy Tomjanovich's 24 points breezed to a 112-73
triumph, but Wilmore, a New York City product, turned in an
impressive 23 point performance.

"We're going to have to look at it on a week-to-week basis, even by Henry.
ty-to-day." Bengtson said. That made the score 14-11 in
. , * favor of the varsity, and then the
guards really went to town. Rod
0 SEA TTLE -- Dave Bristol was named manager of the Seattle Ford stole the ball and passed to
ilots Monday, succeeding Joe Schultz who was fired after leading the Fife for an easy layup.
mierican League baseball expansion club in its first season. Then Henry did the same thing,
General manager Marvin Milkes announced Bristol's selection at only his pass went back to Ford
news conierence and said he had been signed to a multi year to make it 18-11 for the varsity.
>ntract at an undisclosed salary. A pair of baskets by Tomjanovich
Bristol and Fred Danz, head of the new owners group, were pre- under the basket, another layup
n. off the hands of Henry followed
* . + by a pair of free throws by the
* NEW YORK -- Don Maynard, the New York Jets' wide re- senior guard made it 27-11 varsity.
iver who leads the American Football League with 47 catches for points, but that was as close as
8 yards, will miss Sunday's game against Oakland due to a frac- they would come all night. The
red bone in his right instep, suffered in the past Sunday's game with varsity and the frosh matched
ncinnati. baskets through most of the rest
22 >2.22.22,2K . .<...-.,..,.......,,.... . . a ;E " of the first half, with the var-
sity reeling off a string of six
Professonal Stnd in sstraight points in the closing min-
an n sutes of the period to take a 51-37
[ j lead into halftime.

Carter
Tomjanovich
Ford
Fife
Henry
Hayward
Bloodworth
Hart
Grablec
Fraumann
Anderson
Nicksic
Fishmnan

G
3
11
4
8
4
2
5
1
5
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0
4
1
TOtals 49

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24
16
12
6
13
5
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Chicago 1 9
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xSeattle 5 13
x-Late game not included.

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Im ireal ', Bostonl 2, tie
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Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 129, Milwaukee 104
Seattle at San Diego, Inc.
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L.os Angeles at New York
Detroit vs. Chicago at Kansas City
Atlanta vs. Milwaukee at St. Louis
Baltimore at Phoenix
San Francisco at Seattle

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