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Page Six


Saturday, September 18, 1971

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 18, 1971

Thinclads set for season debut Intersectional tilts face


By DALE ARBOUR During the previous track sea- juries and illnesses ever since ar-
Toa akstebginn nson, Minty was victorious in both riving in Ann Arbor two weeks By CHUCK BLOOM condary, not tested in the Michi-
Today marks the beginning in Small CollegeN 3-mi and ago. Bu heshoul be eadyef Now that the hassle of early gan game, will be severely tested
a new era in Michigan sports. And 6-mile runs as well as the 3-mile his first test in college compet Big Ten openers is over, most of by Gatewood and Co. The offense,
t oem. tve oncrn te frun in the NAIA meet. He will cer- tition this morning. the conference, with the exception especially QB Maurfe Daigneau
tainly be the favorite in today's IAI of Ohio State, will be in action who had three interceptions 1 a s t
For the first time r ohrecenti Among the upperclassmen, Mike today against nonconference week, must improve if they want
sports history at Michigan, the race on sIsPierce, Michigan's fastest fresh- teams. to upset the Fighting Irish.
cross country team will be rep- Among other tough competition man miler ever, was on the heels Many teams will have a chance Meanwhile, over in Lincoln, it
resented in a meet as an official for Michigan will be Allegany Col- of Khouri all day last Saturday may shape up to be a David and
team. Such earth shattering news lege from Pittsburgh which as a and should do so again today. against out-classed teams, as in Goliath struggle, as Minnesota
for hardy Michigan sports fans! team has recorded some impres- Other strong sophomores from Michigan's case. Still others will takes on top-rated Nebraska.
n ts sive times so far this season. last year's squad are Rick Schott, be thrust into the proverbial lion's The Gophers were impressive
been only a means of training for The Michigan squad is very Bill Bolster, and Dave Eddy who mouth. in their 28-0 win over Indiana, as,
the lng distance runners of the young this season and has bright will all bring one year of college Northwestern's Wildcats will QB Craig Curry passed for 103
track team and never had been prospects for the future. Leading running experience to this meet. face Notre Dame in the I r i s h yards to pace the Gopher attack.
considered a varsity sport. the Michigan attack today will be These four sophomores were all opener at South Bend. The Cot- The defense forced several Hoos-
But today the "Michigan Seven" a trio of outstanding freshman dis- To st yr'sop five n ton Bowl champs display a fine ier mistakes in the shutout.
will be competing in the Eastern among last yearcs top fiveg tnnBut they are facing Nebraska!
tnee and are considered by their new co frtrin etrein-
Michigan Open at Ypsilanti's Gemen.mAndare ionsFderayt cluding All-Americans, Tom Gate- The Cornhuskers destroyed a good
Washtenaw Country Club. For such' George Khouri from Los An- coach, Dixon Farmer, as the nu wood and Clarence Ellis. Oregon team 34-7 last Saturday.
a young team, this first compe- geles, won last Saturday's time cleus of this year's team. Irish offense has fine running The Big Red is led by quarter-,
tition will have plenty to offer. trial over six miles. He will be Today's meet will be only the in seniors Ed Gulyas, Andy Huff, backs Jerry Tagee and Van
The host team, Eastern Michi- closely followed by freshmen Mike beginning of a tough season sched- and John Ciezkowski. It is the Brownson, plus the running of
gan, just happens to be the two- Taylor and Keith Brown, both of ule which will conclude with the quarerback problem at zeRodgers. The Nebraska defense
time defending national champion I whom were fine high school dis- Big Ten Conference meet and the coach Ara Parsghian. Out of three Rer The ebrask efense
ih on oftepem Ea~stnancl tncorner. CAoecandidates, he must choose t h e hedteptnfukofnet
in the NAA meet. Eastern also ance runnersNCAAChampionships one week one to fill Joe Theismann's shoes. one lone touchdown and bottled
runnes in the corymin GdoenI Taylor also finished high in last later. This meet will also pro- The defense, led by Ellis, sports QB Dan Fouts all afternoon.
runners in the country wenhGordonenaoa fine front, four. Gopher coach Murray W a r -
Minty, who is a sophomore from weeks time trial, while Brown vide Farmer with some idea of The ldcats ighly-touted se- math is trying to find NU's achil-
England. has been hampered by minor in- where his 1971 team is headed.-t les heel; a tough thing, indeed
---- ___'I--I The dark her-, of the ia Ten.

Along with help from running
back Otis Armstrong, Purdue
should fare better than Washing-
ton's last opponent, Santa Bar-
bara. The Huskies walked all over
the Gauchos 65-7.
The Huskies have one of the
top quarterbacks in the country
in Sonny Sixkiller. Purdue must
contain him if they hope to win.
Surprisingly, Michigan State is
ranked 18th despite a lackluster
performance against Illinois. The
offense received the ball
seven times on fumbles but man-
aged only 10 points in the game.
Spartan defense looked in mid-
season form in shutting out Illi-
nois. Led by speedy HB Eric Al-
len and TE Billy Joe Dupres,
MSU must improve against the
Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech.
Tech, upset last week by South
Carolina, is led by QB Eddie Mc-.
Ashan and running back Brent
f Cunningham, considered to be
Tech's finest in its history.
North Carolina travels to
Champaign - Urbana to meet the
Illini. Illinois must hold on to
the ball if they wish to win.
The Tar Heels polished off
Richmond in convincing fashion,
28-0. North Carolina's defense lost
only one starter from last year's
Peach Bowl squad. The offense
gained 350 yards on the ground

Big Ten teams
The more evenly matched games But Syracuse is a differeht
are Kentucky at Indiana and Wis- story. Ben Schwartzwalder's squad
consin at Syracuse. The Hoosiers is ranked 15th in the nation and
literally gave away their opener for good reason. The defense is
to Minnesota on fumbles and led by All-American candidate Joe
blocked kicks. Ehrmann, 6-5, 265. Probably the
,ogtop team in the East, Syracuse
G ing into dsastreak Indt plays three Big Ten opponents
a sx ameloin stea, Idinabefore it tackles any Eastern
hopes to improve on every aspect erival
of teir amerival.
of their game. The final Big Ten team in ac-
As for their opponents, K e n- tion today is Iowa. The Hawk-
tucky, the Wildcats upset Clemson eyes will play Oregon State in
13-10 with a strong running at- Corvallis. A lot of points can be
Stack and stubborn defense. expected to be scored as b o t h

A more interesting match-up
will be the Badgers and the'
Orangemen. Wisconsin is a team
that has immensely improved un-
der head coach John Jardine.
With the Big Ten's leading passer
in Neil Graff, and running back
Rufus Ferguson, the offense rout-
ed Northern Illinois 31-0.

teams suffer from leaky defenses.
Iowa is led by QB Frank
Sunderman who was 25 out of38
for 216 yards in the loss to Ohio
The Beavers, also losers in their
opener to Georgia, are capable of
scoring. Quarterback Steve Endi-
cott is the spearhead of the OSU


Purdue, must meet the s u p e r-
For the student body: charged offense of Washington.
Leading the Boilermakers into
SEN IO RS III' their first game of the year will
SEN IIC bee QB Gary Danielson, formerl



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NEW YORK (P)-The owner of
the Washington Senators has gath-
Bred enough promised votes to get
1 American League owners to agree
to move the club to the Dallas-
Fort Worth area, the Associated
Press learned yesterday.
The revelation that Bob Short,
the problem-plagued owner of the
Senators, had enough promised
votes to secure permission to move
the club came after the Washing-
ton Evening Star reported AL
owners would meet in Boston Tues-

day to vote on a shift of the
The only thing that apparently
stands between Short and a move
to Dallas-Fort Worth is the pos-
sibility that one of the eight other
owners now committed to sanc-
tion a move will change his mind
before the Tuesday meeting.
Commissioner Bowie Kuhn is
known to be opposed to the Sen-
ators leaving Washington-he is an
avowed opponent of franchise-
shifting-and undoubtedly will be
trying to sway some of the owners
now pledged to Short.
Short needs nine votes from
among the 12 American League
club owners to be able to move
the club. He apparently has that.

All-Stater from Dearborn Divine but should find the going tough
Child. against a fighting Illini defense.
Short, AL owners await
vote on Senators' move

Gridde Pickings
Today, back by popular demand for the first time, is a special
Saturday edition of Gridde Pickings, with thistweek's correct answers,
as determined by Mr. George Weisman, president of one of Virginia's
greatest assets, the Philip Morris Tobacco Co.
Actually ,Mr. Weisman, who assures us that Philip Morris and
our grand Gridde prize, Cottage Inn pizza, make a great combination,
was our second choice for guest selector.
Our first choice was the University of Virginia's favorite son,
Sen. Edward (Easy as a Bridge) Kennedy. Unfortunately, the Chap-
paquidick Kid was out of the country and his office refused to
make any selections. His secretary - this is the honest truth-
said, "We can't participate in anything unless we're assured of win-
ning. You know the Kennedys."
We also had a little trouble reaching Weisman. We asked the
switchboard girl at Philip Morris what the president's first name
is and she replied, "I have no idea. It starts with a G, I think. Or
maybe a C. It's either C. or G. Weisman."
Weisman had almost as much trouble with the games. He first
picked Nebraska and Minnesota to tie, and then he asked, "You think
that's a good pick?" What do you want when you call Philip Morris?


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The Evening Star said "there is
apparently little hope for the Sen-
ators to remain in Washington .n
Short is said to be convinced that
he will have eight votes to add
to his and will gain permission to
move the club to Arlington, Tex."


1. VIRGINIA 13, Michigan 12
(pick score)
Georgia Tech
3. KENTUCKY at Indiana
4. NORTH CAROLINA at Illinois
6. Minnesota at NEBRASKA
7. Northwestern at NOTRE DAME
8. Wisconsin at SYRACUSE
9. Purdue at Washington, tie
10. VILLANOVA at Toledo
11. Texas at UCLA
12. West Virginia at CALIFORNIA
13. TULANE at Georgia
14. Texas A&M at LSU
15. Houston at ARIZONA STATE
TK 'T4

16. Florida State at MIAMI (Fla.)
17. Boston U. at COLGATE
18. Missouri at AIR FORCE
19. Wyoming at COLORADO
20. WITTENBERG at Western



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