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Tuesday, October 5, 1971

FHE MICHIGAN ONLY

Page Seven

Tuesday, October 5, 1971 VHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Orioles

blast.

Hunter;

Ellis

blasts

irates

Powell's blasts lead Baltimore
to second playoff victory, 5-1

Dock: Pirate management cheap;
'They don't deserve the pennant'

BALTIMORE (N) - Hulking of playoff triumphs to eight over
first baseman Boog Powell, "who three seasons, was so worried
looks like 900 pounds up there," about Powell's condition prior to
whipped his weak wrists around the game that he felt compelled
for two homers in a four-homer to check whether he could play.
Baltimore barrage that gave the "I checked with him early this
defending world, champion Orioles morning at home," said Weaver
a 5-1 victory over the A's Mon- after the game. Powell, who suf-
day in the second game of the fered a hairline fracture on his
American League playoffs. right wrist in mid-season and
The victory, in which Brooks seemed to favor it in Sunday's
Robinson and Ellie Hendricks also opener, said he was ready.
backed Mike Cuellar's six hit And he also impressed Oakland
pitching with homers, catapulted starter Jim "Catfish" Hunter as
the Orioles to a commanding 2-0 being ready.
lead in the best-of-five series and "Even though his hands hurt
to within one triumph of their he looks like 900 pounds up
t h i r d consecutive American there," said Hunter, the victim of
League championship. all four Baltimore blasts. "And he
But manager Earl Weaver, who can hit. I tried to pitch him in-
saw his Orioles run their string side but I got both outside."
mort noveck
Bo boosts Birds...
... readies for Spartans
AS IF HE DIDN'T already have enough to worry about, Michi-
gan football coach Bo Schembechler has had to add an-
other concern to his list. Somehow he's got to find time to root
for the Baltimore Orioles.
It seems that the television networks suffer from the de-
lusion that the World Series is more important than college
football. Since the Series opens Saturday in the American
League city the starting time of this week's clash between the
Wolverines and the Michigan State Spartans depends on who
wins the American League pennant..
If Oakland wins, football will start at 12 noon. If Balti-
more does the expected and wins one of the three remain-
ing games the Wolverines and Spartans can take the field
at the more reasonable hour of 2 p.m.
Since no coach in the world wants to play a crucial game
that early Schembechler has had to forget his loyalties to the
Cleveland Indians and become an Oriole fan.
Baltimore should solve Schembechler's baseball problems by
the time football practice starts this afternoon, but then he's
got to start working on the real problem, beating Michigan
State.
On the basis of both team's performances over the last
four weeks, Schembechler shouldn't have much to worry
about. Michigan has crushed its opponents by a combined
score of 161-6 while Michigan State has struggled to a 2-2
record.
But the time-worn cliche that past performances mean
nothing when Michigan meets Michigan State is unfortunately
still true. This game will bear no resemblences to the mis-
matches of the last three weeks. "It will be a tough, hardnosed
battle," Schembechler commented.
But in the next breath he said that he won't be shocked
if it doesn't turn out that way. There's just something about
these games that defies prediction. Two years ago the same
Wolverine squad that would later defeat Ohio State traveled
to East Lansing to meet a weak Spartan band. And they went
home beaten. Last year Schembechler predicted a tough de-
fensive battle and the final score was 34-20.
So if Bo is wrong again this year don't be too sur-
prised. Michigan State's offense hasn't gotten a lot of
points yet this year, but they could on Saturday. "They've
got a few problems, but they've got the nucleus to come up
with an outstanding offensive team," commented Schem-
bechler. "They have moved the football in the last few
years more than any team we've played."
Two years ago the Spartans didn't have much of an of-
fense but Duffy Daugherty junked the veer he was using and
went to the power-I. catching the Wolverine defense off bal-
ance. While Bo doesn't expect the same thing this year he's
got to be ready. The Michigan State offense wasn't very im-
pressive against Notre Dame last week, but according to Schem-
bechler "never judge a team's offense against Notre Dame's
defense, it's superlative."
But the Wolverine defenders shouldn't have the same kind
of problems their Spartan counterparts will have. The Michi-
gan maulers haven't given up a point in a month and they
don't intend to start Saturday. Even Bo admits, "our defense
is continually getting better." There are those, including the
four teams the Wolverines have played, that would compare
the Michigan defenders to the superlative irish.
The Wolverine 'offense isn't superlative yet, but it
doesn't have far to go. It met Schembechler's test against
Navy by playing a better game, at least in the second half,
than the week before. "Our offensive blocking was poor

against Navy," Bo noted, "but a good line will adjust and
ours did."
Part of the problem was the Navy defense. Though it
gave up 46 points, it was tricky. According to Schembech-
ler, "Navy's defense is the most unorthodox we'll ever see.
I couldn't believe some of the moves."
Schools teachyour kids
how to read and write.
We teach them
how to save lives.
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daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JOEL GREER
The four-homer barrage left
the A's in shaky shape as the
scene of the playoffs switches to
Oakland for the third game Tues-
day. With 20-game winner Vida.
Blue and Hunter whipped, Oak-
land Manager Dick Williams is
left with 10-game winner Diego
Segui to throw against the Orioles
and 20-game winner Jim Palmer.
Cuellar, one of Baltimore's
quartet of 20 - game winners,
pitched out of several jams with
the aid of a pick-off and a sur-
prise sacrifice in the sixth inn-
ing by clean-up hitter Tommy
Davis.
The A's were able to crack
through against the 34-year-old
Cuellar only in the fourth inn-
ing on a Sal Bando double and
a single by Dave Duncan des-!
pite getting the first runneron
base in three other innings.
One of those occasions came
in the sixth with Baltimore lead-
ing only 2-1. Reggie Jackson op-
ened the inning for the A's With a
double, and Cuellar appeared to
be headed for some difficulty with
Nos. 4-5-6 hitters coming up.
But, instead of swinging away,
Davis sacrificed Jackson to third
and the Oakland outfielder was!
stranded there as Bando ground-
ed out and Angel Manguel flied'
to center.
Raider railly
belts Browns,
CLEVELAND (A')-The Oakland
Raiders exploded for 24 points in
the fourth quarter behind Daryle{
Lamonica's passing and a key in-
terception by George Atkinson to
upset 'the Cleveland Browns 34-20
in a nationally-televised National!
Football League game last night.
The victory moved Oakland into
a first place tie with Kansas City
Chiefs in the Western Division of:
the American Football Conference.
Both teams are now 2-1.j
The Raiders turned the game
into a rout beforea sell-out crowd
of 84,285 after Atkinson's inter-
ception and two costly penalties
which resultedwincthe go-ahead
touchdown.
Atkinson intercepted a Bill Nel-
sen pass at the 41 and returned
to the 28, and a face-masking
penalty against Bo Scott on the
tackle put the ball on the 13. A
holdingmpenalty against Clarence
Scott moved the ball to the five,
and Clarence Davis ran it in for
the touchdown, putting Oakland in
front 24-20.
The Browns failed to move after
that, and Lamonica led the Raid-
ers to their final score on a 26-yard
field goal by George Blanda and
Pete Banaszak's one-yard run after
sustained drives.
For the student body:
FLARES

F.

Dock dissents

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Gridde Pickings

PITTSBURGH (/)-Controversial
Dock Ellis described Pittsburgh
Pirates' management as cheap-
skates yesterday and said they;
didn't deserve a winner.
Ellis was angry because he had
to switch hotels at his own expense'
when the Pirates were in San
Francisco for the National League
playoffs.
The Pittsburgh pitcher said the
beds were too small in the first
hotel.
"I went to another hotel-got red
carpet treatment-but paid $50 a
day out of my own pocket. And
to tell you how good that room
was, me and my wife and baby
slept in the bed," Ellis said.
"They (Pirates management)
don't deserve to win the pennant,"
Eliss snapped. "They don't deserve
to win the World Series."
Ellis, who pitched five innings
in Sunday's Pittsburgh victory ( ver
the Giants in the second game of
the National League playoffs, add-
ed, "But we're going to win be-
cause we have the best club. The
management can't get out on the
field."
Ellis and another Pirate pitcher
who asked to remain anonymous
said the team was particularly
upset when the Pirate charter
plane to San Francisco had to
make a fuel stop for 45 minutes
at Omaha, Neb.
"It would have cost them $6,000
to get a bigger plane," Ellis stated.
The other Pirate pitcher said
there were 98 seats on the return
plane to Pittsburgh and 94 seats
were filled.
"It was filled with some br'oad-
casters, sons of executives and
other people. Didn't even have
room- to move."
"Pittsburgh-it's the same old
thing," said Ellis. "If we played
the way they treated us, we
wouldn't win a game.
"The ball players are not think-
ing about how we're going to win,
but where we're going to stay
and how we're going to get there."
Ellis, fined twice during the sea-
son by the Pirates for not signing
autographs at gates at Three
Rivers Stadium on Sundays, was
embroiled in another controversy
around the All-Star Game when
he said he doubted that National
League Manager Sparky Anderson
of the Cincinnati Reds would start
p

r

him because he was black. He did they want to be traded when they
start the game, however, and as know they can make a lot of money
it turned out, was the losing here unless it's because of man-
pitcher. agement?"
Ellis said his gripes haive noth- Does Ellis want to be traded?
ing to do with the salary he re- "Hell no," he said. "I think we
ceives. have a good club-maybe the best.
"If I'm here you know I'm sat- "But I'm not in high school. I'm
isfied," Ellis said. a ballplayer. I can't get in trouble
"There are some guys on this for what I say. I say what I want
club always talking about how to say and I do what I want to
they want to be traded. How would do."
,I

MARX OF TIME
"Today I'd like to tell you of that enchanting continent known
as Africa. We left drunk and early on the morning of the 14th and
after spending ten days on the water, and seven on the boat, we
arrived.
As you know, Africa is inhabited by elks, moose, and Knights of
Pithias. You all know what elks are; that's big game. The first day
I shot two bucks. That was the biggest game we had.
Here's how the day began. Up at six, breakfast and, back in bed at
seven. This was our schedule for the first week. Go so we were back in
bed by 6:30.
One night I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got there
I'll never know. So we tried the remove the tusks, but they were
imbedded so firmly that they wouldn't budge. But of course, in Ala-
bama the Tuskaloosa. But that's completely irrelevant to what I was
talking about. We took some pictures of the native girls, but they
weren't developed. But we're going back in a couple weeks." (1930)
Our winner last week was John Levine. John lives at 520 Pack-
ard, Apt. 10, in old Ann Arbor town. John wins a Cottage Inn pizza
and a season pass to all Libel games as a bonus. (Bring your dog
around and we'll give him a bonus, too).
Boy, I though my razor was dull until I read this. Which re-
minds me of a story so dirty I'm ashamed to think of it myself. So if
you want to hear it, come by 420 Maynard with your picks, by mid-
night Friday. This contest is void where persecuted by law.
1. MICHIGAN at Michigan State
(pick score) 18. Brigham Young at Utah State
2. Illinois at Ohio State 19. Idaho State at Idaho
3. Indianaaat Wisconsin 20. DAILY LIBELS vs.
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5. Northwestern at Iowa
6. Kansas State at Kansas
7. Oklahoma at Texas!
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10. Army at Penn Statea t
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12. Colgate at Harvard Hn airls
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14. Marshall at Northern Illinois OUR REPUTATION
15. Citadel at VMI IS ON THE LINE
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17. Wake Forest at North Michigan Union Barbers
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