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Thursday, September 17, 197th

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, September 17, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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By DENNIS NIEMIEC
T h e Southwest Conference
stacks up as a two-team race
between Texas and Arkansas
with the other six teams hold-
ing onto possible upset hopes.
Defending national champion
Texas, despite a-stiff non-con-
ference schedule, has the talent
to take the national title again
this year.
The Longhorns return most of
their stars except quarterback
James Street who will be re-
placed by Ia st year's backup
hurler Eddie Phillips. Although
untested, Phillips will be helped
in running the Wishbone-T of-
fense by All-American candi-
dates Steve Worster at fullback,
halfback Jim Bertelson and end
Cotton Speyrer. The defense.
led by All-American end Bill
Atessis, is solid everywhere but
in the secondary, where Coach
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Darrell Royal has little.' depth journey which should damp
beyond returning starters Dan- the team's spirit.
ny Lester and Rick Nabors.

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AS FAR AS their chances of
being number one are concern-
ed, Royal says, "Notre D a m e
would have to be defeated and
all the Big T e n teams would
have to be beaten at least once"
even if Texas has an unbeaten
season.
Despite an opening 34-28 loss
to Stanford, Arkansas should
present a serious challenge to
the Longhorns. The Porkers
boast of one of the finest aerial
combinations in the country in
quarterback Bill Montgomery
and flanker Chuck Dicus. Tail-
back Bill Burnett, the South-
west's leadingscorer, adds bal-
ance to the attack. Another Ra-
zorback asset is an experienced
defense which allowed a 7.6
average in ten regular, season
games last year.
The conference's other six
teams are well-balanced except
for Baylor which was 0-10 last
year, and started the season with
a 38-0 loss to Missouri. They do
have the NCAA's leading punter
in Ed Marsh.
At Texas A&M coach Gene
Stallings possesses a gifted
sophomore quarterback in Lex
James. However, after an open-
ing win over Wichita State, the
Aggies must travel t'o LSU,
Ohio State, and Michigan on

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TEXAS TECH withnew coach
Jim Carlen and TCU with quar-
terback Steve Judy (15th in na-
tion in total offense) finished
right behind the Texas-Arkan-
sas duo last year. Yet the fact
that Texas beat Tech 49-7 and
TCU 69-7 last season leaves the
impression that the Red Raid-
ers and Horned Frogs have a
lot of improving to do.
The SMU Mustangs, a 28-11
loser to Oklahoma in their op-
ener, base their hopes on the
passing arm of Chuck Hixon,
the number two passer in 1969.
Infact, the prolific Hixon ranks
second in the all-time NCAA
passing ranks with 5416 total
passing yards and a .581 com-
pletion standard.
After two good recruiting sea-
sons, Rice has its best team un-
der coach Bo Hagan. Hagan
frankly states that Owl quar-
terback Phil Wood "is the best
running quarterback in the con-
ference." Rice must still im-
prove their passing game and
defense to m o v e up in the
standings.
The Southwest crown should
boil down to what happens when
Texas and Arkansas meet on
national TV on December 5 at
Austin. It just might resemble
a 1969 rerun.

A two-headed calf runs clumsily toward the setting sun . .
three centaurs frolick in hedonistic joy, ignorant of the rapidly-
clouding skies . . . an axolotl in high-top Adidas tennis shoes does
a dance of joy around an old fedora.
What be the meaning of these strange goings-on? The prelude
to an SDS meeting, perhaps. or an outing of the Washtenaw County
Sheriffs-Department? Maybe Ffats Strops had a little too much
Blatz?
None of these, ye hazy-headed profligates! These strange events
mean that the time is right for you to make your Gridde Pickings.
So, cast your paltry schoolwork aside, kick that sultry young wench
from your bed, and pour that vile fifth of Johnny ┬░Walker Red down
the drain.
Arise, arise, ye mighty nation of freaks, engineers, comely nurses,
grizzled professors and bandy-legged street urchins! Your Gridde
Picks must be turned into the Daily by midnight this Friday if you
are to be judged eligible to win that most scrumptious of prizes: a
warm, oozing Cottage Inn Pizza. So, you budding Jimmy the Greek,
take a pen in hand and say, "With pen in hand I do maketh my
Gridde Picks in the hope that I might winneth that pizza." Make
your picks my son, and then bring them to us. at the Daily.

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1. Arizona at MICHIGAN (pick

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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Wisconsin at Oklahoma
Texas Christian at Purdue
Minnesota at Missouri
Colorado at Indiana
Oregon at Illinois
Notre Dame at Northwestern
Iowa at Oregon State
Michigan State at Washington
Nebraska at Southern Cal

11. Ohio U at Kent State
12. California at Texas
13. Lafayette at Rutgers
14. Navy at Penn State
15. UCLA at Pittsburgh
16. Virgnila Tech at Alabama
17. Syracuse at Houston
18. North Carolina State at North
Carolina
19. Maryland at Duke
20. Geneva at Slippery Rock

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successive weekends, a perilous
CAZZIE AT CONCORDIA:
Bob Lanier
Sports notables conduct clinc
m Ay e By AL SHACKELFORD I still connected with Michigan. that these players will all be ba
S 1 All right, basketball trivia byv- In addition to excellent instruc- next year," says Fred Snowd
tilt here ' ers: what team was composed of tion, the school offered a formid- ' Detroit Tiger luminaries Wi
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Cazzie Russell, Rudy Tomjano-
vich, Dave Bing, Dick Honig and
Fred Snowden?
Give up? Well, this was a par-
tial lineup of the team at Dave
Strack's Basketball and B a s e-
ball School held last summer at
Ann Arbor's Concordia Lutheran
College. The school, which em-
phasizes fundamentals, drew 302
boys and a variety of sports cele-
brities.
Strack, Michigan's associate
athletic director and former bas-
ketball coach, was ably assisted
by such familiar campus figures
as head basketball mentor Johnny
Orr, assistant coach Snowden,
former freshman coach George
P9mney, current frosh coach Honig
and the school's two baseball in-
structors: Michigan varsity coach
Moby Benedict and former coach
Don Lund. All these coaches are

able lineup of celebrities : Dave
Bing, Mel Farr, Lem Barney and
Les Cain, in addition to guest in-
structors Russell and TomJano-
vich.
The Strack school "is hopeful

Horton, Bii Freehan, Eari┬▒ Wison
(since traded) and Elliot Maddox
were also scheduled to appear at
the school, but an injury to Hor-
ton and a general mixup in dates
prevented their appearance.

Billboaird1".
The Michigan Sports Club
Federation will hold an orien-
tation meeting tonight at 8 p.m.
In t he Michigan Union Ball-
troom.

Fred Snowden (L) and John Orr

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