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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WVEDlNESDAY SEPTEMBEiflR S.196

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By STEVE FICK
If the Btickeyes of Ohio State
capture first-place honors in the
Big Ten this fall-and Look mag-
azine picks them to do just that--
they must accomplish it with six
inexperienced defensive starters
and an unusually small sophomore
crop.
Among the 62 candidates for
Coach Woody Hayes' team this
year, only five have had more.
than 90 minutes of game exper-
ience on defense. And though last
year's top four scorers are return-
ing, Hayes probably has not yet
forgotten the fact. that the Buck-
eyes produced only one touch-
down and ten points in their final
three games last fall.,
Furthermore, two strong back-
field. candidates have been lost,
one to injury aind one due to
scholastic ineligibility. To make
matters worse, only 12 sophomores
on tender are ready to play.
Outside Chance
Why, then, does almost every
pre-season poll give Ohio State
at least an outside chance at the
Big Ten title?
Foremost among the reasons,
perhaps, is Hayes' remarkable 65-
20-6 record for 14 years of coach-
ing Big Ten play. But games are
won and lost on the field, too.
That's why Buckeye supporters

Hampers

Buckeyes

II,

Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

often mention senior linebacker
Dwight "Ike" Kelley, who was a
first-team All-American last year.
Ike, along with two-time letter-
men Tom Bugel and Bill Ridder,
also linebackers, will anchor the
Buckeye defense.
Other returnees to the defen-
sive line include. Gary Miller, a
junior tackle, and junior Kim
Anderson, who played behind
Bugel. Pairing with Miller at
tackle should be Don Dwyer, a
iluarte Cut
By, N.Y. Jets
By The Associated Press
Heisman Trophy winner John
Huarte, $200,000 bonus rookie for
the New York Jets and former
Notre Dame star, was cut from the
Jets' roster yesterday.
Running a poor third behind Joe
Namath and Mike Taliaferro in
the Jets' quarterback sweepstakes,
Huarte can be placed on the taxi
squad if not claimed within 24
hours. If he is claimed by an
AFL team, the Jets will have an
opportunity to restore him to the
roster.C

touted sophomore, while Anderson
will move to end along with Mike
Orazen, a non-letterman junior.
In the defensive backfield, the
only returning lettermen are John
Fill and Jim Nein, both juniors
who last season split time at the
quarterback spot. These two, along
with sophomores Stan Hamlin and
Tom Portsmouth, form the group
from which the three starters of
the deep defense will be chosen,
Backfield Experienced
On offense, the Buckeyes will be
able to work with more exper-
ienced players. Returning are
starting quarterback Don Unver-
ferth, a regular for two years, and
junior halfback Robert "Bo" Rein,
Unverferth's favorite receiver last
year. Tom Barrington, a tWo-time
letterman considered the most ver-
satile back on the squad, may
switch from halfback to fullback
this year, though last year's reg-
ular fullback and the team's lead-
ing scorer, senior Will Sander, also
will be back.
As for the offensive line, senior
Greg Lashutka, a two-time let-
terman, will occupy one of the
end positions, while junior Bob
Walden, also a letterman, will
take the other. Lashutka is con-
For Ann Arbor's F
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sidered a fine blocker with good
hands, while Walden has a va-
riety of tricky moves.
Dick Himes, the top sophomore
line prospect, and Dick Anderson,
a reserve who lettered last year,
will- be the tackles. Doug Van
Horn and Ted Andrick, both sen-
ior lettermen, will be the starting
guards.
Ray, Pryor, who lettered last
year at left guard, has been moved
to center. At 6-0 and 220, Pryor
is Ohio State's biggest center in
many years.
Kickers Set
Place kicker Bob Funk, who
booted seven field goals and 17
of 18 extra points last year, will
take care of half the Buckeyes'
kicking duties, while Tom Bar-
rington is expected to 'do the
punting.
Ohio State, the only team in
the Big Ten not to schedule three
non-league games this year, will
have to rely on their offense early
in the season and hope their de-
fense matures. If it does, the
Buckeyes may find, for the second
year in a row, that the last game
on its schedule will decide their
conference hopes.
Michigan is their last opponent.
inest Selection of
tI'S

Minnesota
Chicago
Baltimore
Cleveland
Detroit
New York
California
Washington
Boston
Kansas City

W
87
82
79
77
68
64
62
51

L
54
59
59
62
63
75
77
79
87
87

Pct. GB
.617 -
.582 5
.572 6?4
.554 9
.550 91.
.476 20
.454 23
.440 25
.387 32?
.370 341,

San Francisco
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Chicago
Houston
New York

w
79
78
77
76
70
70
65
60
45

L
59
61
61
61
66
68
70
76
79
96

Pct. GB
.866 -
.564 -
.561 '4
.558 1
.535 4
.507 8
.500 9
.461 14}
.432 18%
.319 34% .

FRATERNITY

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 4-9, New York 2-5
Cleveland 9, Chicago 5
Detroit 5, Boston 3
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Detroit (2, t-n)
Minnesota at Chicago (n)
Boston at Cleveland (n)
Washington at New York (t-n)
California at Kansas City (ii)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 3, Los Angeles 1
Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 0
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (a)
Houston at San Francisco
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (n)
New York at Cincinnati (n)
Only games scheduled

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