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Wednesday, September 29, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Sever

Wednesday, September 29, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Sever

Coleman,

Carlton get

20th

victories

By The Associated Press 25-13, to give the Tigers two 20- Carlton, who has lost nine, yield-!
CLEVELAND-Joe Coleman won game winners for the first time ed the Mets' runs in the sixth.+
his 20th game of the year last since Frank Lary and Billy Hoeft They were driven in by Bob Aspro-
night as home runs by Gates did it in 1956. monte, with a sacrifice fly, andI
Brown, Bill Freehan and two by He lost his bid for a shutout in by Jerry Grote, with a single.
Norm Cash powered the Detroit the ninth inning when Chris Cham- **
Tigers to a 4-2 victory over Cleve- bliss doubled and Roy Foster Braves clinch third
land. crashed his 18th home run.
Earlier, the Indians beat the s * m ATLANTA -Knuckleballer Phil
Tigers 8-7 on Ted Uhlaender's Niekro's three-hitter carried At-
Cards clout Mets lanta to a 4-0 victory over Cin-
NEW YORK-Steve Carlton be- cinnati last night that clinched
came a .20-game winner for the third place in the National League
d ail first time yesterday as the St. West for the Braves.,
Louis Cards defeated the New York The victory was the 15th forj
Mets 5-2 with help from Ted Sim-
mons' two-run single.
Nolan Ryan, the Mets' starter, RANK HIGH IN OF
walked the first four batters he
NIGHT EDITOR: faced, the fourth base on balls
SANDI GENIS forcing in one run. Simmons fol-
-lowed with his single to right,
ninth-inning run-scoring double in St. Louis added its finalrtt Wolveri
the conclusion of a game suspend- runs in the second when Carlton
ed after seven innings June 20 by opened with a single and raced
a power failure. . home on Lou Brock's triple. Brock By LOU WEIR
Coleman, who his lost nine, scored on Ted Sizemore's sacrifice Someone f a m o u s once said,I
joined teammate Mickey Lolich, fly. "statistics don't lie, statistians do."

Niekro, who has lost 14, he struck Phillies spoiled Dock Ellis' bid for
out three and did not give up a his 20th victory, beating the Pitts-
walk in beating Reds rookie Rose burgh Pirates 6-3 last night.
Grimsley, 10-7.
Ralph Garr, extending his hit-
ting streak to 22 games, followed Bulletin
Felix Millan's two-out walk in the The Los Angeles Dodgers
third with a double that gave
Nikroteonlydruhenhetde clipped the Houston Astros, 2-1
h oy rn last night while the San Fran-

Rick Wise picked up his 17th
victory against 14 loses while Ellis
suffered his ninth defeat of the
season despite striking out 11.
Birds take two
BALTIMORE - Baltimore's
American League East Division
champions stretched their winning
streak to 10 games, sweeping a twi-
night doubleheader yesterday from
the Boston Red Sox 10-2 as Dave
McNally gained his 21st victory
and 5-4.

Bucs blasted
PHILADELPHIA - Deron John-
son and Greg Luzinski blasted two-
run homers as the Philadelphia
rFENSE, DEFENSE:

cisco Giants clubbed the San
Diego Padres, 7-1 to remain
one game ahead of the Dodgers
in the National League West.

ie stats indicate balance

ty have 97 and 35 yards to pass
receptions, respectively.
The Wolverine defense, which

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

NATIONALsLEAGUE
East

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

W
100
92
85
80
63
58
West
100
85
77
75
73
69

L
57
69
76
80
94
103

Pet.
.636
.571
.528
.500
.401
.362
.625
.531
.488
.469
.462
.434

GB '
10
17
37
44
15
23
25
26
30'

*Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Chicago
New York
Montreal
Philadelphia
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Atlanta
Cincinnati
Houston
San Diego

W
96
90
82
82
70
67
West
88
88
81
79
78
60

L
65
71
78
79
89
94
71
72
80
82
82
98

Pet.
.596
.559
.513
.509
.440
.417
.553
.550
.503
.491
.488
.380

GB
6
13!/
14
25
29
1'>
8
10
10%
27!/2

The statistics so far this year, has shut out two out of three
however, have been pretty deceiv- teams, have had some remarkable
ing. plays on occasion, but usually are
Princeton University, for in- noted for their strong, stable de-
stance, is the leader in passing fense. Examination of the statis-
offense. They have played only one tics bears this out. Thirteen de-
game, and lost. However, the Wol- fensemen have over ten tackles or
verine statistics are a little more assists.
meaningful. The leaders in tackles or assists
Michigan has scored 115 points are Mike Taylor with 36 and Tom
against their opponents' 6. 19 of Kee with 31. Thirty-one others have
these tallies were by Dana Coin. contributed. This fact attests the
Harry Banks, Ro Bather, and Billy well-balanced defense, who have
Taylor follow with 18 points apiece. also grabbed eight interceptions.
Fullbacks Fritz Seyferth and Ed Statistics on the national scene
Shuttlesworth each have 12 points
and the remaining 18 were scored
by Tom Darden, Dave Elliott, and
Bob Thornbladh. G i d
Taylor leads in rushing with 285
out of 918 total rushing yards.
Shuttlesworth follows with 193
yards and Seyferth is third with The smoke filled air hung ov

are mixed at best. With only two
games completed by most teams,
chances are that the current record
holders are just that-only current.
Some general trends have been
noted, though.
Since 1968, the scores have shown
a marked increase. But last Satur-
day there was an appreciable de-
crease. There were 16 shutouts out
of 66 major college games as the
scores tallied were the lowest in
three seasons. Observers attribute
this decrease to the coaches' em-
phasis on the defense.
Leading the nation in rushing
defense is Texas Christian with
giving up an average of 24.5 yards.

60
75
83
85
85
90

Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 8, Detroit 7, 1st
Detroit 4, Cleveland 2, 2nd
Baltimore 10, Boston 2
Baltimore 5, Boston 4
Washington 4, New York 2
California 6, Minnesota 2
Oakland 2, Kansas City 1
Milwaukee 3, Chicago 2
Kansas City at Oakland
California at Minnesota
Milwaukee at Chicago
Detroit at Cleveland
Boston at Baltimore

Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 5, New York 2
Los Angeles 2, Houston 1
Montreal 5, Chicago 4
Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 0
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3
San Francisco at San Diego, inc.
Today's Games
Chicago at Montreal
Houston at Los Angeles
San Francisco at San Diego

Pickings

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On the offensive side Cornell
(1-0-0) has the total offense record.
Penn State has played two games
so perhaps its average of 548 yards
for second place in total offense
is more credible than Cornell's
611 yards.
Another Ivy League school,
Princeton, compiled 328 yards total
passing during its 33-18 loss to
Rutgers to be first nationally in
average passing offense. Second is
Washington (3-0-0) with 307 yards.
Projecting Michigan into the na-
tional records reveals some ex-
pected conclusions. In rushing of-
fense the Wolverines would be a
respectable 13th. They would be
about 20th in total offense while
it would be impossible to deter-
mine where they stand in passing
offense. This is to be expected,
since the team plays a conserva-
tive, ground-oriented game, taking
to the air only for diversion.
In the defensive statistics. the
Wolverines would probably be near
the top. Their well-balanced de-
fense is feared by their opponents,
and it has been key to at least
one of their victories this year.
All in all, Michigan 1s well-
balanced in most respects. This is
the quality that wins games, not
leads statistics.

DETROIT TIGER PITCHER,
Joe Coleman displays the form
that won him his 20th game of
the season last night. It was
the first 20 win season for the
righthander who came to the
Tigers from the Washington
Senators in the Denny McLain
trade. Coleman, now 20-9, and
Mickey Lolich give the Tigers
their first pair of 20 game win-
ners since 1956.

We're Experts
Shag styling
Layer Cutting
Razor Cuts
UM UNION
BARBERS

-Associated Press

'er the table, or what part of the

83.
Passing accounts for 175 of 1093;
total yards. Kevin Casey has
thrown for 147 yards while Tom
Slade is responsible for the other
28 yards. Rather and Glen Dough- a

LONG BEACH FAVORED:
Battle looms for PCAA title

table visible beneath the pile of money and poker chips.
'Aces' Landen looked at his cards. Four hundred dollars down in
this den of inequity in Romulus and only a few hours until the end of
the game. He had to go all out to win this pot, since he had staked his
life savings in this nefarious game to try to raise funds for 37 destitute
orphans starving in his home town.
Keeping the ace of spades, he boldly called for four cards. The
dealer, a bleary eyed Tasmanian dwarf looked at him disdainfully but
handed him the cards. Muttering a prayer, 'Aces' began picking up
his cards one by one.
The king of spades, the jack of spades, the queen of spades.
Groaning inwardly, 'Aces' said to himself, what I really need now is
a Cottage Inn pizza . . . you can have one too. Send your Gridde
Pickings to 420 Maynard by midnight Friday.

REGISTER TO VOTE

By DAN BORUS day night behind the strong run-X
A curious thing happened to San ning of junior halfback Terry Met-
Diego State on its way to the calf to defeat PCAA challenger
Pacific Coast Athletic Association Pacific, 15-14.
title last year. Long Beach State With the defeat of Pacific, after
won it. San Diego, once the reign- two losses to non-conference teams,
ing king of the small colleges, had Long Beach moved into a tie for1
regarded the Pacific Coast Athletic the conference lead. In the game
Association as a stepping stone to the 49'ers put together sustained
the Pacific Eight and a chance drives when they were called for.
for greater national recognition. The defense held as Pacific drove
This year San Diego faces a to the Long Beach 20 before the
stern test in its attempt to regain game ended.
its dominance over the generally With the loss to Long Beach, the
weak PCAA. With the running and University of the Pacific found
receiving of Tom Reynolds, who themselves in their usual position,
caught a record 18 touchdowns in just inches away from the top
1964, San Diego has a strong pro- position. Last year they defeated'
style offense. Long Beach and lost to San Diego
Pre-season experts have tagged by just one point.j
their defense as more than ade- This year with the quarterback-t
quate. ing of Carlos Brown and the hard
However, the words of Woody running of speedsters Mitchell
Hayes on the non-importance of True and McKinley Whipple Pa-
non-conference games may be of cific is supposed to again make its
some comfort to San Diego State, presence felt in the conference.
who lost to Southern Mississippi, a The loss to Long Beach does put
team they were favored to beat, Pacific in the race and may con-
by the score of 10-0. But the Aztecs sign them to play the role of
are certainly not to be discounted spoiler.
in the PCAA race. Fresno State, who last year fin-
Long Beach State, last year's ished in the middle of the divi-
champions, are again in a good sion, is tied with Long Beach after
position to take the title. Though beating San Jose State, 14-7.
they have dropped two non-con- Deeply dependent upon the fine
ference games by the combined performance of star running back!
score of 74-51, they rallied Satur- Gary Huberski, Fresno may justI
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be the darkhorse for the Pacific
Coast.
The University of California at.
Santa Barbara has been kindly
called penetratable and more hon-
estly called porous. The defense
has given up 113points, while the
offense has scored 13 points in two
games, which makes them 13
points better than Illinois.
Los Angeles State, who finished
1-9 last year, can only be called
improved. They, in all likelihood,
will join Santa Barbara as the
doormats of the conference.
San Jose State does not have the
coordinated offense to become a
real challenger, but posses enough
talent that on any given Saturday,
as the saying goes, San Diego and
Long Beach could feel the effects
of Coach Dewey King's new
offense.
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4. Wisconsin at Northwestern
5. Iowa at Purdue
6. Washington at Illinois
7. Syracuse at Indiana
8. Kansas at Minnesota
9. Southern Cal at Oklahoma
10. Kansas State at Colorado

11. Western Michigan at Bowling
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12. Pittsburg at West Virginia
13. Mississippi at Alabama
14. Oregon at Texas
15. Maine at Rhode Island
16. Oregon State at UCLA
17. Texas Christian at Arkansas
18. Missouri at Army
19. Air Force at Penn State .
20. Allegany at Washington and
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