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Friday, September 5, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday, September 5, 1 969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

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BY ERIC SIEGEL school player in his native state Big Ten rushing marks and was
Jim Mandich, a 6-3, 220 pound of Ohio. picked in the first round of last
offensive end from Solon, Ohio, has Mandich is regarded as an ex- witer's pro draft by the Cleve-
been elected captain of the Mich- ceptionaly fine blocker at the tight land Browns of the National Foot-
igan football squad for the 1969 end slot as well as a swift and hballbL hle Id
season. powerful open field runner. Coach though Mandich is the official
Wolverine head football coach Schembechler sometimes c o m- team captain, the Wolverines will
Bo Schembechler announced Man- pares his stalwart end with John have to designate a field captain
dich's election yesterday after- Mackey, the All-Pro end for the for their defensive unit. Accord-
noon, commenting, "I'm tickled to Baltimore Colts. ing to Schembechler, the coaching
death about it. Jim's a wonderful Ron Johnson captained the Wol- staff will select a member of the
player and a great leader. verines last season. Johnson, a defense to fill this role on a week
"I think he'll do a heck of a halfback, set several Michigan and by week basis.
job," continued Schembechler.
"Everyone is real pleased. Michi-
gan has again picked another fine
captain."
"It's the greatest honor of my
life," Mandich said simply. "That's
all. I can't say anymore."
Mandich, one of a long line of W
named to the All-Big Ten team
last season and is being mentioned .Very ragged." scored from ten yards out, with
prominently as a candidate for That, in a phrase, is head foot- 'fullback Garvie Craw throwing a
All-American honors. ball coach Bo Schembechler's as- crucial block around the five.
The sure-fingered tight end cur- sessment of yesterday's half hour Part of the Wolverines' offensive
rently ranks third on the list of scrimmage at Michigan Stadium. problems, however, can be attri-
all time Michigan pas receivers. For thirty minutes, the Wolver- buted to injuries. Both Tim Kil-
As a sophomore, Mandich hauled ines' first and second Blue (of- lian and Pete Sarantos, the Wol-
fensive) teams ran plays from in- verine's first and second string
side the defense's eight yard line, centers, are out with injuries. In
BULLETIN For Schembechler, those were addition, tailback Bill Taylor is on
thirty unhappy minutes. the injured list, and this, accord-
DALLAS (P)-Broadway Joe I"The execution of offense wasn't ing to Schembechler, "puts an
Namath blew into Dallas last sharp," the head grid mentor com- added burden on Doughty."
night and promptly announced plained. "The up-front blocking In all, Schembechler counts f if
he might not play in the NewI was particularly poor."tenparshoreijedBu
York Jets' inter-league game Schembechler explained that this, at least, does not greatly dis-
with the Dallas Cowboys of the good blocking on the line is espe-jth eaoesnoatyi
Na.Mnal htt t eCoto teeh sixpo t t e s turb th e Woverine coac.
National Football League to- cially needed when the offense i "You expect a few injuries when
morrow night in the Cotton close to the six point stripe. Good ,
Bowl. blocking by the tackles, guards schedule." said Schembechlert
"I hurt my left leg against and center, he said, prevent the
Minnesota last week and I defense from forcing the offense : R
haven't practiced this week," into an outside pattern.Leg
Namath said. "I might not play Both first string quarterback Major League
at all." Don Moorhead and second stringer.Standn-
Jim Betts tried a variety of plays,
including cross bucks, end-arounds NATIONAL LEAGUE
in 26 passes for 256 yards. Man- and quarterback options, with an East Division
dich added 43 receptions last sea- occasional pass thrown for good wt L Pt. GB
Cii; 4 5 613 -
son, good for 576 yards and three measure. Few of the attempts net- NewYork 77 56 .579.
touchdowns, icluding the 53 yard ted much yardage, however. Pittsburgh 71 61 .538 IV
TD pass that defeated Michigan One notable exception to this St. Louis 72 63 .533 11
State. string of offensive failures was an Philadelphia 54 79 .408 28
Mandich earned 12 prep letters end sweep run about halfway rMontreal 41 95 .301 42'r
West Division
and scholastic All-American rec- through the scrimmage. On that San Francisco 76 59 .563 -
ognition in football as a high play, halfback Glenn Doughty xLos Angeles 74 59 .556 1
Cincinnati 73 59 .553 1l
[ I Atlanta 74 63 .540 3

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By 'The Associated Press
. LOS ANGELES --- Speculation in Los Angeles yesterday sug-
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Houston 70 64 .522 5!
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Cleveland 54 82 .397 381
S* West Division
* DETROIT - The Detroit Piston's effort to find out if their xaiesota 82 52 .612 --
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xChicago 53 79 .40 282
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