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Friday, September 24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Bruins

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MICHIGAN QUARTERBACK Ke
in last Saturday's rout of the Ca
and the first team probably will
MET DON U

* By JOHN PAPANEK 'ed for an easy opener against
Things have not been going too Pittsburgh and lost it, 29-25.
well for the UCLA Bruins of late, Presumably, UCLA was looking
and rookie coach Pepper Rodgers past Pitt to the big showdown with
6 may be yearning to go back to Texas, which they also dropped,
the friendly wheatfields of Kansas. 28-10.
~ I'e is now 0-2 at UCLA, and with
the prospect of the Michigan Wol- So now, seeking toravoid te
verines before him, Rodgers may Bruins must go after the Wolver--
just be feeling a bit of pressure. ines. To make matters worse, it
* "You feel pressure only when is thie first game UCLA will play
you're not qualified to do the job,'' on the road and the expected
quotes the UCLA press book on Michigan Stadium crowd of 90,000
Rodgers. "I've been in a lot of will more than double the total
pressure situations." attendance for the Bruins in their
It all started when Rodgers left first two games at the Coliseum.
Kansas to replace Tommy Prothro, UCAhsswnawl-lncd
who moved up to coach the NFL ULhasowawl-bane
Los Angeles Rams. Rodgers and offensive attack, averaging 142
his staff spent the better portion yards on the ground and 182 in
of the spring extolling the can't- the air per game. Mike Flores, a
miss greatnessm of a super-sopho- Io aser from ant onica Cniy
Not long after a stint as Sports Dummit. Flores is already an ex-
* Illustrated cover boy, McAlister cellent passer with even greater
* . was ruled ineligible. But Rodgers potential. He completed 30 of 61
has plenty of other talented play- passes in the two games with help
ers on his team, including a ton- from a very talented and experi-
notch junior college transfer who enced receiving corps.
can throw a football a 'mile. Terry Vernoy, a junior, is the
Even so, the Bruins were picked leading receiver with eight recep-
-Daily-Terry Mccarthy to finish a rancid sixth in their tions for 70 yards. Vernoy lacks
yin Casey frees himself from a would-be Virginia Cavalier tackler conference by the Pacific-Eight size (6-0, 180) but has the speed
valiers, 56-0. Casey saw only limited action against Virginia but he Skywriters. But Rodgers, deter- and good moves to make him a top
need to work a little more tomorrow against UCLA. mined to prove them wrong, look- split end.
Echols, who is Flores' number one
deep threat. Echols, a 9.4 sprinter,
has seven receptions for an aver-
e age of over 20 yards per catch.
was th rui ns' second leadinge-t
ceiver last year with 32 receptions
Wison then hit McCovey with out the season with three games lanta Braves' Hank Aaron for the atche or 87uhdyards sohfar tses
a pitch to force home the Giants' at San Diego. home run lead in the National year.
second run. The Dodgers have a three-game League, delivered with teammate 1The Bruins have an experienced
It was the second victory in a set at Atlanta and finish the sea- Vic Davalillo on base in the fifth backfield, with three of last sea-
row for the Giants, who started son with a three-game series at inning. son's four leading ground gainers
the three-game series against the home against Houston. The 420-foot line drive boosted back. Leading the way is 5-11,
Astros with 12 defeats in their * * * Pittsburgh's lead to 4-0 against 196-pound Mary Kendricks, who
last 15 games. .Mets mash Cardinals right-hander R e g g i e rushed for 573 yards on 104 carries
P e rry, 15 -12, never was in Cleveland, 12-12, who departed last year, highlighted by a 182-
trouble in posting his first victory CHICAGO - Bob Aspromonte's after being rattled for three more yard performance against USC. He
this season over the Astros in two-run, tie-breaking single in the snlsadtePrts te u uhdfrsxtuhon n
four appearances. Perry struck eighth inning carried the New in the same inning. along with Randy Tyler, led the
out six and walked only one. York Mets to a 5-4 victory over Briles didn't walk a batter and Bruins in scoring with 40 points.
Perry served up a home run to Chicago yesterday, snapping the struck out three enroute to his So far this season, Kendricks has
light-hitting Houston first base- Cubs' string of six straight victor- eighth victory in 12 decisions. gone 101 yards on 25 carries
man John Mayberry in the bottonm ies over the.Mets. $ * agis w og eess
of the fifth inning. Mayberry was Rookie Leroy Stanton launched hl u Te edfr 4yas at
hitting only .178 at game time. the winning rally with a single. Phl (lyTlrrshdfr34yrsls
In taking the loss, Wilson, 16-9, Cleon Jones also singled and Tom- MONTREAL - Greg Luzinski's year and will start tomorrow but
held the Giants to seven hits be- mie Agee walked filling the bases. two-run single in the ninth inning his 58 yards in 19 carries Is top-
fort leaving for a pinch hitter in Aspromonte followed breaking a scored the tying and winning runs ped by sophomore Kermit John- I
the bottom of the eighth inning. 3-3 deadlock. as the Philadelphia Phillies rallied son. Johnson who should see
He struck out nine batters and Nolan Ryan, overcoming early for four runs and a 6-4 victory plenty of action tomorrow, was
yielded one walk. Wilson had won control trouble, posted his 10th over Montreal yesterday. "the other halfback" who played
10 of his last 11 games, triumph. He has lost 13. Held to three hits by Ernie Mc- next to McAlister at Blair High
The Giants now move to Cmn Juan Pizarro, who had beaten Anally and trailing 4-2 going into School in Pasadena. In his senior
cinnati for a three-game series the Mets twice in his last two the ninth, the Phillies loaded the year he gained 1,698 yards and
beginning tomorrow. They close starts against New York, took the bases on walks to Larry Brown scored 23 touchdowns.
.loss--his sixth against seven vic- and Deron Johnson around a sin- The' Bruins have experience at
had5sise5#M#ie MM ois gle by Mike Anderson. four of five offensive line positions.
C JStanton h d tied the score 3-3 - -- - ---- ------~---
ie Standunf s 9 with a two-run double in the fifth
West i nng Clendenon's 11th homer +'O '~ 6 O ' '5 .
S. Francisco 87 69 .558 - of the season in the second inning W
a Angeles 84 7 .38 accounted for the Mets' first run.
Cincinnati 77 80 .490 1o0 Ron Santo's bases-loaded single Friday S t ra
Houston 76 80 .487 -11 in the first inning produced Chi-
S n Diego 59 96 .381 27%X cago's first two runs. The Cubs
Yesterday's Results added unearned runs in the sec-
and and eighth.-

NIGHT EDITORS:
ELLIOT LEGOW
JIM EPSTEIN
Dave Dalby (6-3, 235) is a two-
year starter at center and the
team's premier candidate for All-
America honors. Both tackles, Greg
Pearman (6-5, 252) and Bruce
Walton (6-5, 265) and the right
guard, Brian Goodman (6-2, 245)
were starters in 1970, and will be
using their experience to protect
Flores in the pocket. The only in-
experienced lineman is left guard
Randy Gaschler (5-11, 220), who
Bartlett last year.akn pBb
UCLA's defense will have three
big holes to fill after graduation,
1971. Cornerback Raynaud Moore
and safety Doug Huff, with four
and three interceptions /respective-
ly, graduated and their jobs will be
filled with their back-ups from
last year,
terback will be at right corner-
back. After starting at quarterback

ner played only 58 minute
backer last year. Taking
strong safety will be Pa
neur, who is also a ct
quarterback and played
utes at linebacker last yea
neur was bopped in the 14
the Texas game, but sh
ready to go tomorrow.
The other defensive we
will be at right end, wh
Bruins' only sophomore
Fred McNeill will play.
has excellent speed but is e
ly small for a defensive e
198).,
The rest of UCLA's defen
tough on paper, but gave
yards tpo Texas on the gro
week. Bresides McNeill, the
the line is fairly big and
enced with Earl Peters
221), Ed Galigher (6-4, 25(
Pavich (6-0, 222), and Craii
bell (6-1, 232), from left to
The linebackers, Bob

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ul Moy- Pifferini was All-Coast and hon-
nver ted orable mention all Pac-8 last year,
55 mmn- Snyder backed up All-American
Lr. Moy- Mike Ballou in 1970, and is a qual-
emon in ity linebacker.
ould be Along with Sribner at cornerback
will be Allan Ellis, one of the fin-
ak spot est in the Pac-8. He started all 11
ere the games last year in a secondary
starter, that held opposing passers to a
McNeill less than .500 completion percent-
~xtreme- age.
.nd (6-3, Ron Carver is the veteran quick
safety who doubles as the punt
selosand kick off return man. In the
ue look two games, he picked off three In-
upd 4a98 terceptions, returned five punts for
rest of a 13-yard average and four kick-
experi- offs for an 18.5-yard average.
)n (6-3, It will not be like playing Vir-
~), Mike ginia for Bo Schembechler's Wol-
g Camp- verines; but it won't be like play-
right. ing Pittsburgh for Pepper Rodgers'
Pifferini Bruins, either.

for the UCLA frosh in 1969,

Srib-

By The Associated Press
HOUSTON-Gaylord Perry fired
a three-hitter and Willie McCovey
drove in both runs as the San
Francisco G i a n t s stopped the
Houston Astros 2-1 last night and
opened a three-game lead in the
National League West race.
The Giants, boosting their mar-
gin over the idle Los Angeles
Dodgers to the biggest since Sept.
12, reduced their title - winning
magic number to four. Each team
has six games remaining.
Mc.Covey led off the fourth in-
ning with a solo home run over
the 390-foot sign in right field,
his 18th, to give the Giants a 1-0
edge off Astros pitcher Don Wil-
son, who entered the game with
five straight victories.
Consecutive line drive singles
up the middle by Perry and cen-:
ter fielder Ken Henderson and an I
error by Astro third baseman Den-
is Menke got Wilson in trouble
with the bases loaded in the fifth
inning.

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