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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1966'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Offen
By CHUCK VETZNER
Sports Editor
High in the clouds above South
Dakota's air rights, a radio an-
nouncer stretched out in his air-
plane seat. "Boy," he chuckled, "I
sure had to work to make that
fourth quarter interesting."
Most likely, the announcer had
I* to work even harder to keep him-
self enthralled in Michigan's 17-7

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Lacks

Pops,

Defense

Tops

bopping of California last Satur- peripheral vision caught sight o
day. It so happens that the top the North Beach topless district
row of the Cal Stadium press box while he had to keep those hazel
offers a splendid view of San whilehedonep h haze]
Francisco and the Golden Gate corneas focused on Michigans
Bridge which peeks out during fog popless offense.
breaks. Almost anything the Wolver-
The Golden Hills of SF ines did would have been inferior
Not that the radio man doesn't to their opening romp over Ore-
like Wolverine , football, but his gon State, but even in comparison
eyes must have watered when his to those undraped dancers, the
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f second half offense just didn't
t move.
No wonder the coaching staff
official statement was "We won,,
now let's look ahead to the next
game." A backwards glance, how-
ever, provides more bewilderment
than disappointment.
There's nothing to complain

formed brilliantly all afternoon. ralled and other rip-snorting
Most impressive was the sudden phrases.
realization that this group has What they meant was an un-
known sophomore was ab to
more flexibility than salt water complete six out of the ten passes
taffy. Bob Mielke or Dave Porter he threw against that air tight
handled the middle guard spot, but secondary. He especially made
they could have also moved to ei- them look bad on two long screen
ther tackle spot to replace Tom passes.

SGC MASS MEETING
for Draft Referendum
Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 7 P.M.
Rooms K, L, M. N-Michigan Union

about. After all, the offense didn't Goss, Bill Hardy or Dick William- Blocking Bonanza
falter until the game appeared son. The offensive question mark was
won. But how do you look at those The pride and joy of the defense supposed to be the line. But Will-
very obvious preseason strong was supposed to be the backfield. sey said that his boys knew what
points, weak points, and question This quartet played fine until Michigan was going to try Only
marks? Bear coach Ray Willsey stuck trouble being that the blocking:
Defensive Depth Digs In some kid named Barry Bronk in at was too good to stop it.
The number one problem was quarterback. The writers linked One expected performer who
supposed to be the defensive line. their chops and told how Bronk played as expected was end Jack
Yet this segment of the team per- couldn't be busted, ridden, or ccr- Clancy. Expecting double coverage
from Cal. Clancy was not expect-
- ed to be a primary receiver in the
game plans. But when Wpsne
Stewart was given the Wolvenine
rĀ°end as a one-on-one assignment,
the plans changed abruptly
Clancy caught eight passes, was
named lineman of the game. and
earned gooey praise from the writ-
A bill to legalize the proposed fusing to re-ented Sunday's game ers-a handy commodity for bud-
merger of the National and Ameri-! with the Atlanta Falcons, said ding All-America candidates.
can Football Leagues zipped across yesterday he had been injured Share and Share Alike
the Congressional 50-yard line earlier in the game and didn't Clancy's passing partner. Dick,
yesterday but faces a strong want to risk more serious injury. Vidmer. was Dack of the game and
secondary before it crosses the, Looney, who scored one of four completed ten of 15 passes.
goad line. J Lions touchdowns in the 28-10 Also sure to be in for high
The Senate passed in routine victory; also disclosed that he had praise from the team was the
fashion without debate and sent asked to be traded more than a city of San Francisco. The squad
to the House a bill to exempt from month ago. "Even if he (Coach got extra leg work ctimbing the1
the antitrust laws steps taken to Harry Gilmer) lifts the suspension, hills in a post game tour Saturday
combine the two professional foot- I can't see how I can play for night. And that announcer piuh.
ball leagues. that man," Looney said. ably took in a few sights, too.
In the House, however, action is
expected .to be slowed by Rep.'P on l Fo b ll
Emanuel Celler, chairman ofthe
House Judiciary Committee. NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE ,
Illinois, a strong dark horse Eastern Conference Eastern Division
choice for the Big Ten football W L T Pet. Pts. OP W L T Pct. Pts. OP
St. Louis 3 0 0 1.000 73 48 New York 3 0 0 1.000 87 34
crown suffered a severe jolt when Dallas 2 0 0 1.000 80 24 Buffalo 2 2 0 .500 112 113
star halfback Cyril Pinder was lost; Philadelphia 2 1 0 .667 71 43 Houston 2 2 0 .500 109 86
Pittsburgh 1 1 1 .500 78 70 Boston 1 2 0 .333 48 77
for the year. He suffered a knee Cleveland 1 2 0 .333 86 69 Miami 0 3 0 .000 52 100
injury in Saturday's loss to j Washington 1 2 0 .333 54 88 Western Division
Missouri. New York 0 2 1 .000 58 121 Kansas City 3 0 0 1.000 119 54
Atlanta 0 3 0 .000 34 70 San Diego 3 0 0 1.000 80 27
Dave Bristol was named mana- Oakland 1 3 0 .250 53 106
ger of the Cincinnati Reds yester- Gree Western Division Denver 0 3 0 .000 24 86
GenBay 3 0 0 1.000 69 36 SUND)AY'S RESULTS
day for the 1967 baseball season. Baltimore 2 1 0 .667 77 61 Kansas City 43, Boston 24.
Bristol took over as interim mana- Los Angeles 2 1 0 .667 63 55 Buffalo 27, Houston 20
! ger~ July 13, succeeding Don Heff- Detroit 2 1 0O.667 45 30 New York 16, Denver 7
San Francisco 0 1 1 .000 34 56 San Diego 29, Oakland 20
ner. Minnesota 0 2 1 .000 60 86 NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Lions fullback Joe Don Looney, Chicago 0 2 0 .000 20 45 Miami at San Diego
suspended inidefinitely after re- SUNDAY'S RESULTS Boao at DenverCity
Detroit 28, Atlanta 10 New York at Boston
Green Bay 24, Los Angeles 13

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MICHIGAN HALFBACK CARL WARD dives into the end zone for the Wolverines' first touchdown
in Saturday's victory over California. The speedy senior carried the ball 16 times for 46 yards and
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Dallas 28, Minnesota 17
Philadelphia 35, New York 17
St. Louis 34, Cleveland 28
Baltimore 36, San Francisco 14
Washington 33, Pittsburgh27
FRIDAY'S GAME
San Francisco at Los Angeles (n)
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Minnesota
Cleveland at New York
babas at Atlanta
Detroit at Green Bay
Pittsburgh -at Washington
St. Louis at Philadelphia

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the Michigan-North Carolina
football game. Last year, the
Wolverines defeated the Spar-
tans 16-3 to gain possession of
a trophy which now rests in a
case in the IM Building. Thus
far, Michigan is undefeated in
league play, winning 8-3 last
week over Windsor.
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By The Associated Press 15-4 victory over Pittsburgh last pitch. O'Dell then walked Harvey
ST. LOUIS-Ron Fairly banged night that seriously hampered the Kuenn and Bill White, and Briggs
out three hits, including a first- Pirates' National League pennant followed with a single off the right
inning homer, as the first-place chances. field wall, drivin'n in Groat.
Los Angeles Dodgers snapped a Billy O'Dell got the first out in Donn Clendenson, who slammed
two-game losing streak by whip- the Phillies' 11th, but Dick Groat his 27th homer over the left field
ping St. Louis 6-3 in the torrid blooped a single to short center bleachers for the Pirates in the
National League pennant race, field. After Rich Allen struck out, fourth, had tied it up at 4-4 with
Although he left in the sixth Groat raced to second on a wild a two-out double in the eighth.
inning, Claude Osteen picked up
his 17th victory against 12 losses.
Right-hander Phil Regan finished ( a Or League standintys
the game, chalking up his 64th re-
lief appearance and 17th save. AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB W L Pct. GB
G-Men Bomb 'Birds Baltimore 95 60 .615 - Los Angeles 92 64 590-
" x-Detroit 86 70 .551 10 Pittsburgh 90 67 .573 2%
ATLANTA-Willie McCovey and Minnesota 85 71 .545 11 San Francisco 88 68 .564 4
Tom Haller accounted for five Chicago 81 76 .516 151> Philadelphia 85 72 .541 7%
.-Cleveland I79 78 .503i17i1,_ Atlanta 83 74 .59 9?1

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runs on homers as the San Fran-
cisco Giants bombed the Atlanta
Braves 8-2 last night.
It was the 24th victory for Juan
Marichal who. also accounted for
two of the San Francisco runs with
a double in the eighth inning.
Marichal, who was making his first
appearance of the season against
the Braves, has lost six games.
Phils Edge Bucs
PHILADELPHIA - John Briggs'{
two-out run-scoring single in the
11th inning gave Philadelphia a

x-California 77 79 494 19
Kansas City 71 86 .452 251,
Washington 71 88 .447 26}~
Boston 71 89 .447 27
New York 68 82 .436 28
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 5-2, Washington 0-3
Detroit at California (Inc)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at California (n)
Cleveland at Minnesota
Boston at Chicago, (2, t-n)
New York at Washington (n)
Kansas City at Baltimore (n)
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB LEES

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Philadelphia 5, iPttsburgh 4 (11 inn)
San Francisco 8, Atlanta 2
Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 3
1New York atCincinnati (rain)
Only games scheduled
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Chicago at New York (n)
Pittsburgh at Atlanta (n)
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