Wednesday, September 22, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Wednesday, Sptember 22, 971 THE MICIGNAIYPgElvn
By The Associated Press
Rookie catcher Larry Howard
clubbed a two-run, tie-breaking
home run in the seventh inning.
giving the Houston Astros a 3-1
victory o y e r San Francisco's
Division leaders last night. pt s
Howard's homer, his second NIGHT EDITORS:
since joining the team at the end AL SHACKELFORD
of July, drove in Jim Wynn, who and JOEL GREER
had doubled off the left field wall
and, advanced to third on Denis 5-0 victory over the New York
Menke's sacrifice. The blast came Yankees last night .as Dave Mc-
off John Cumberland, 9-6, and Nally notched his 20th victory with
broke a 1-1 deadlock. a five-hitter.
Lee May drove in five runs with The Orioles cut their pennant-
a homer and double as the Cin- ,,h ic h ennat-
cinnati Reds hammered Los An- clinching magic number to
geles 9-3 last night and stalled the three after the second-place De-
Dodgers' drive for the National troit Tigers lost to the Boston Red
League's Western Division pen- victories or Detroit losses adding
Little Luis Aparicio cracked a to three will clinch the flag for
singleL A tro cntrine the Orioles.
run-scoring single to center in the
10th inning, giving the Boston Red Dave Nelson rapped three hits,
Sox a 3-2 victory over Detroit last including a home run, drove in two
night, dimming the Tigers' faint runs and stole two bases, leading
pennant hopes. the Washington Senators to a 9-1
Aparico's hit scored rookie Chris rout over the Cleveland Indians
Cooper, who had led off the 10th last night before a crowd of 1,311
with a pinch single and moved to at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium.
second on DougGriffin's sacrifice. Hank Aaron's 46th home run, a1
The Tigers had tied the score career high, plus a two-run shot
2-2 in the ninth inning on two-out, rbyDarrell Evans and a solo blast
run-scoring singles by pinch hit- by Ralph Garr powered the At-:
ters Kevin Collins and Tony Tay- lanta Braves to a 5-2 triumph over
The Baltimore Orioles neared a the San Diego Padres last night.
clinching of the American League's
Eastern Division, pennant with a SPOTTY START:
Nebraska's lead cut;
Michigan still fourth'
By The Associated Press That was enough to push the
Nebraska held onto first place Tigers past idle Ohio State, which
yesterday in The Associated Press fell to sixth with 483 points, only
college football poll but Notre three more than Arkansas, which
Dame cut deeply into the Corn- trimmed Oklahoma State 31-10
husker's huge lead of one week but fell one position to seventh, a
ago. victim of Auburn's jump.
Behind the four holdover lead- Alabama trounced Southern
ers - Nebraska, Notre Dame, Mississippi 42-6 and inched from
Texas and Michigan - There ninth to eighth with 406 points,
was a slight reshuffling among changing spots with Tennessee,
the Top Ten, with Auburn climb- a 48-6 winner over UC-Santa
ing from seventh to fifth in the Barbara, six points back.
wake of a 60-7 thrashing of Ten- Colorado walloped Wyoming 56-
nessee, Chattanooga. 13 and went from 12th to 10th,
Nebraska's defending national supplanting Oklahoma in the Top
champions received 32 first-place Ten although the Sooners drub-
votes and 1,044 points from a bed Southern Methodist 30-0.
panel of 55 sports writers and Oklahoma headed the Second
broadcasters. Eighteen electors Ten, followed by Penn State, up
gave the top spot to Notre Dame from 14th to 12th, and Stanford,
and the Irish polled 1,002 points, which remained 13th. Then came
A week ago Nebraska's lead was Georgia, down three places to
102 point, but the voters appar- 14th, trailed by Arizona State and
ently were influenced by Notre Southern California, each up one.
Dame's 40-7 rout of highly re- Washington, Louisiana State,
garded Northwestern while Ne- Toledo and Duke, unranked last
braska defeated Minnesota 35-7. week, rounded out the Top Twen
Texas, which opened with a 28- ty while Syracuse, which had
10 triumph over UCLA, received been 15th, Michigan State, South-
three first-place ballots and 799 ern California and Houston drop-
points, 49 more than Michigan, ped out.
which crushed Virginia 56-0. The The Top Twenty teams, with first-
other two first-place votes went to place votes in parentheses season re-
Auburn, which accumulated 498 cords and total ponits. Points tabulated
points. on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-6-5-
His last picture
Photographer Kris Walknecht of the Los Angeles Times was
crushed to death by this 30-foot high mosquito while covering last
night's Los Angeles-Cincinnati baseball game. The insect had
rushed the field trying to kiss Dodger Maury Wills.
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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Baltimore 5, Sew York 0 By GEORGE HASTINGS
Washington 9, Cleveland 1 For the last four years, Michi-
Boston 3, Detroit 2 gan State football fans have not
Chicago 5 Oakland 1 (2nd game, Inc.) had much to cheer about. Four
Kansas City at California, inc.
Milwaukee 4, Minnesota 2 straight second - division Big Ten
National League finishes, three under-.500 records,
Baltimore 5, New York 0 and generally inconsistent play
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 4 have kept Spartan rooters nos-
Cincinnati 9, Los Angeles 3 Itlial ogn o h lr
Atlanta 5, San Diego 2 talgically longing for the glory
Philadelphia 5-3, Montreal 4-4 years of 1965-66. But it appears
Gridder issues denia
that in 1971 MSU may finally }
have the guns to return to grid-!
their present Big Ten record 1-0.
Last Saturday MSU lost a tough
10-0 decision to nationally-ranked'
C"1m-Cin arhe n 'h'~ hna
STANFORD, Calif. (A) - Tim
McClure, a Stanford lineman last
year, says he didn't want Look
Magazine to say in an article un-
der his byline that some Stanford
University football players took
amphetamine pills between halves
of the last Rose Bowl game.
the 1970 team on which McClure
was a starter until injuring his
knee in the sixth game, was ask-
ed about the pill-popping charge.
"The guys on the team knew
that guys were taking pills,"
Shultz replied, "but there was no
official sanction of it. I know in
After four sub-par seasons, the: .euia 'teen's oni 1cn s L1mU
pressure is on Michigan State field.
head coach Duffy Daugherty. As evidenced by the scores of
Daugherty feels his team is cap- the first two games, the strength
able of a winning year, but he em- of the MSU team is its defense.
phasizes the importance of keep- Daugherty finds himself with a
ing injuries to a minimum, wealth of experience on the defen-
In the past four seasons, Spar- sive line and an outstanding group
tan players have undergone 33 of newcomers in the backfield.
knee operations alone, and sus- The 1969 starting defensive tac-
tame may oher njuies "N-1 kles, Ron Curl and Joe Dawson,
body can win with injuries like both return after missing the 1970
that," Daugherty asserts. But the season with injuries, and join a
rash of mishaps has set the Spar- group of seven other defensive
tans up with a stockpile of 34 linemen who lettered last year.
returning lettermen, most of any Curl, who was an All-Big Ten
team in the Big Ten. Several of selection as a sophomore two years
those are 1969 regulars who missed ago, is rated as an All-America
the '70 campaign, candidate and was tabbed by Big
The Spartans have already un- 'Ten sportswriters as their presea-
dergone two early-season tests son choice for Big Ten lineman-
and the results have been mixed. of-the-year. Curl, middleguard
In the opener against Illinois Ernie Hamilton, and tackle Ron
MSU came out of an error-filled Joseph have all been outstanding
game with a 10-0 victory, making in the first two games this year.
The defensive backfield, on the
other hand, went into this season
as a big question mark. Linebacker
Gail Clark and safety Brad Van
The Spartans' chief offensive
threat remains Eric "The Flea"
Allen, who in 1970 was the Big
Ten's third leading rusher, gain-
ing 811 yards. Although he is only
5-9 and 161 pounds, Allen nor-
mally carries the ball most of
the time for MSU. Already in just
two games he has rushed 58 times
for almost 200 yards. The Spar-
tans are still looking for a fullback
to take some of the load off Allen.
In the receiving department, the
best of the crop appears to be tight
end Billy Joe DuPree, who caught
eight passes against Illinois. At
wide receiver, vets Frank Butler
and StevedKough, along with
highly-touted soph Mike Hurd,
The interior line is the big
question mark for the offense.
Only two regulars, Eriol Roy and
1970 second team All-Big Ten Joe
DeLamielleure, return and the
three remaining slots are filled
with green newcomers.
All-in-all, Michigan State ap-
pears to have its most solid team
since 1966. Daugherty is confident
that early season problems can
be worked out, declaring that "if
our offense can get together and
give our defense some help, we
should still have a very fine foot-
ball team." It would take a few
breaks and a phenomenal offen-
sive improvement for the Spartans
to challenge Michigan and Ohio
State for the Big Ten crown, but
at any ratehMichigan State should
definitely come up with a winning
record in 1971.
1. Nebraska (32) 2-0 1,044
2. Notre Dame (18) 1-0 1,002
3. Texas (3) 1-0 799
4. MICHIGAN 2-0 750
5. Auburn (2) 1-0 498
6. Ohio State 1-0 483
7. Arkansas 2-0 480
8. Alabama 2-0 406
9. Tennessee 1-0 400
10. Colorado 2-0 331
11. Oklahoma 1-0 290
112. Penn State 1-0 230
13. Stanford 2-0 212
14. Georgia 2-0 199
15. Arizona 1-0 116
16. Southern California 1-1F 49
17. Southern California 2-0 48
18. Louisiana State 1-1 .351
19. Toledo 2-0 27
20. Duke 2-0 26
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
betically: Air Force, California, Georgia
Tech, Houston, Kansas, Michigan State,
New Mexico, North Carolina, Pitt, Syra-
cuse, Tulane, Wake Forest, West Vir-
The magazine, which announced my mind that some of the coaches
last week it is going out of busi- knew that some of this was going
ness, carried McClure's article in on, but there was no way they
an issue that went on newsstands ,
yesterday. could control it."
Describing a scene in the Stan-
ford dressing room at halftime
last Jan. 1 when Pacific-8 Confer- G rid d e I
ence champion Stanford upset
Big Ten champion Ohio State 27-
17 in the Rose Bowl at Pasa- CHAPTER ONE: LEONARDOA
dena, the article said: .The silver starship hurtled th
"The pressure to win is so of time and reality. Out of cont
great that some of the players, origins, it bore the gallant party
without the coach's knowledge are Us the he gallntipath
removing little green capsules USAF. The ship's destination, tho-
from their lockersgand popping ible adventure, far beyond the imai
them into their mouths... ." Leonardo gazed darkly out thr
Much of the rest of the ar- virile fingers through a thick blo
tide was critical of Coach Jim Ming Dalton watched Leonardo ru
Ralston and his staff for what baum's shiny tresses and tried tc
it said was the pressure to win Here in space, far from the neare
that was put on players and the what could Leonardo Cohen be ti
coaching discipline. *
"There was no mention of, Git your Gridde Picks to the
drugs in the article I wrote," Mc- m i yo ur sto the
Clure said Monday night in a may win a pizza. Our story will b
call he made from a Palo Alto,' 1. UCLA at MICHIGAN
Calif. pay phone to the San Fran- (pick score)
cisco Chronicle. 2. Illinois at USC
McClure did dsay, however, that Oregon State at Michigan
he saw the article in its final form. State
had authority to prohibit publica- 4. Indiana at Baylor
tion, but let it go in the form it is 4 Iowa at Penn State
published. 5. wa nn State
Jack Shultz, who co-captained 6. Washington State at
- - Minnesota
Read and Use 7. Syracuse at Northwestern
8. Colorado at Ohio State
Daily Classifieds 9. Notre Dame at Purdue
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AND THE CUCUMBER PEOPLE
rough space, beyond the boundaries
rol, far removed from its earthly
y of Commander Leonardo Cohen,
ugh they knew it not, was incred-
gination of any punk Homo sapiens.
ough the porthole, idly running his
onde mane. Ten feet away, Doctor
in his fingers through Sheila Birn-
o read the commander's thoughts.,
st comic book or smutty magazine,
last year, but the rest of the 1970
backfield was lost through gradu-
ation. However, the four new
starters have come on quickly, and
the MSU secondary has allowed
only five completed passes for a
mere total of 33 yards against its
first two opponents.
Offensively, the Spartans have
not lived up to preseason expecta-
tions. Splitting the quarterback-
ing this season are Mike Rasmus-
sen, who last year as a junior col-
lege transfer set MSU season
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* * marks with 91 passes completed
Daily by midnight Friday and you and 1,344 yards gained through
e continued! the air and George Mihaiu, the
superior runner of the two.
10. Louisiana State at Wisconsin However, so far this year Ras-
11. Oklahoma at Pittsburgh I mussen has been able to come up
12. Navy at Boston College with only five completions in 17
13. owa tateat Nw Meico attempts, and has been intercept-
13. Iowa State at New MexICO ed twice. Mihaiu's statistics have
14. Alabama at Florida been slightly better, but neither
15. Auburn at Tennessee has been able to lead the club in
16. Mississippi State at Vanderbilt; any kind of sustained drives.
17. Texas Tech at Texas Daugherty blames the poor of-
18. Colorado State at Idaho fensive show on a "lack of con-
19. Oregon at Stanford )sistency, an inability to put more
20. Olivet at Heidelberg than a few first downs together."
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