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A Thursday, October. 1, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, October 1, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seveii

Soph's

aerials

spark

Aggies

By SANDI GENIS 42 passes against LSU f o r 314 College Station on an academic ican, its Dave Elmendorf," said a
yards and two touchdowns, both scholarship. professional scout recently of the
"This is the tyete amdT s in the final quarter, to engineer Aggies' star safety. At 6-1, 198
going to get better," said Texas the upset. Of him, Stallings says, ANOTHER offensive s t r o n g pounds, Elmendorf m a d e alls
A&M coach Gene Stallings re- "He's pretty good, for a soph," point is center Leonard F o r e y. Southwest Conference last f all,
cently of his Aggie football squad a rather cautious statement con- Stallings calls him the finest and barring injuries, he seems 6
that takes on the Wolverines at!sidering the fact that James ranks blocker on the team and perhaps sure bet to repeat at his safety
Michigan Stadium this Saturday.18th among the nation's quarter- even in the Southwestern confer- Islot. He's aggressive and fantas
Indeed, until their 56-13 drubbin NIGHT EDITOR backs thus far, with 752 yards. ence. "He has the ability to stay, tically agile.
i m e ee Despite the fact that split end with a block for a long time. He
premierperformance lat cweek- AL SHACKELFORDHgh c y thaspte can really move the defensive man VRAIIYi e o
edthtseetobe the case. _______________ Hugh McElroy is the lone blackcarelymvthdfnsemn VERSATILITY is a key word
player on the Aggie squad, he is around." when speaking of Elmendorf, who
FOLLOWING an opening 41-14 and we throw." Of late the throw- nevertheless a rather inconspicu- The rushing game however, ishas played some of his football at
romp over Wichita State, the Ag- ing has b e e n particularly pro- ous member of that team. - un- a sore pomint for the Aggies as offensive halfback, where he com
gies upset a strong LSU team with ductive for the Aggies, and it was til he steps on the field. Indeed, their minus 42 yards against LSU piled a 6.1 rushing average. HO
a 17-point rally in the final quar- in that area that Stallings' re- were it not for the Aggie uniform indicated. Here too, lack of ex- was also elected to the all-confer .
ter for a 20-18 victory, and the' cruitment efforts paid off, when he sports each Saturday, it might perience is a major factor, with ence baseball team, as well as
Aggies seemed to be on the re- he acquired the services of Lex not be hard to mistake this 5-7 results being six fumbles thus far. Academic All-American in t h a
bound from cast season's 3-7 rec- James. 175 pound fellow for the Aggie Defensively speaking, t h e Ag- sport. The Boston Red Sox were
ord on the heels of Stallings' fan- waterboy. gies are a bit more experienced. so impressed by his ability that
tastic recruiting campaign, a cam- DISPLAYING all\ the flamboy- Strangely enough, M c E 1 r o y"''After the LSU game," Stallings 0this summer they offered him ,
paign that yielded an undefeated ance that is indicative of his Cow- wasn't even a target of the Aggie reflects, I would have called $50,000 bonus to play for them,
freshman team in 1968. boy movie star name, sophomore recruiting campaign of the past them pretty good, but after Ohio but he rejected the offer to play
freshmanteamin 1968.boy mied tar name, soph e rcuin of the pt State, I'd have to call them bad." out his eligibility with the Aggies
However, it was that very re-I James managed to hit on 20 of couple of seasons, but came to
Hw_,__s__ryrDespite Stallings pessimism, how- much to Stallings' joy. He'll pro-
cruiting campaign, resulting, n ever, there are several defensive vide the leadership we need for
only four senior players on the UMPS MAY BALID: bright spots. our younger players. I'm just glad
roster, that proved to be therAg- "If there ever was an All-Amer- he's back."
gies' downfall when their rela--________
tively inexperienced squad ran n
Iheadlong into the veteran OSU rt s a w1t ' i , " --SEK INR
yu tam Wed ust idn't do;NE erTies threatened- -STEAK DINNERS
In the words of Stallings, "We're NOW SERVING
a young team. We just didn't do1 NEWYORK (k)-A threat of 1 Jr., is expected to be held tomor- At Reasonable Prices
anything right against Ohio State. an umpire boycott of the baseball I row in Chicago. FILET-1.59
We had f o u r turnovers at the playoffs and World Series appear- tSIRLOIN-i.53
start of the second half and miss- ed yesterday. It also was reported that the ;Above Includes
major l eagues had contacted In- A e

-Daily-Eric Pergeaux
HENRY HILL (39) leaps high in the air during action in the Michigan-Arizona game. All-America
middle guard Hill will lead the attack on Texas A&M's soph flash Lex James in Saturday's game
between the brutal Blue and rapidly-aging Aggies.-

ridde Pick i i gs
Roy Furd stepped off the' Greyhound, ,fn old maize-andblue
gym bag in his hand and a cheap guitar slung over his shoulder.
So this is New York City, thought Roy as he surveyed the endless
parade of tenement buildings which stretched out in every direction,
as far as the young country boy's determined blue eyes could see.
The bus lurched from the 'curb and roared away, leaving Roy
standing in a purple haze of exhaust: he watched it grow bug-sized in
the distance and then reached into his snakeskin jacket for a tooth-
nick-

Scores
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 2, New York 4
Montreal 5, Philadelphia 4
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3
Houston 4, San Francisco 3
Los Angeles at San Diego, inc.
AMERICAN LEAGUE,
Detroit 4, Cleveland 3!
New York 4, Boston 3
Baltimore 6, Washington 2
Minnesota 6, Kansas City
Chicago at California, inc.
Milwaukee at Oakland, inc.

ed a scoring opportunity."
But regardless of the Aggies''
rather poor showing against the
Buckeyes last. week, the squad is
ripe with talent.
"We don't have any secret
plays," Stallings said recently of
his offense. "We hit hard, we run

Members of the Major League terational Leau upires abou
' Umpires Association are reported- ternational League umpires about
ly asking $5,000 apiece for um- working the playoffs and Series
pires working the playoffs and in the.event of a boycott.
$10,000 each for those assigned to The umpires were paid $2,500I
the World Series.I per man for the playoffs and.
A meeting of the association $6,500 each for the World Series
and its attorney, John Reynolds in 1969.

fr ma .
HOUSE N

Baked Potato, Salad,
and Texas Toast
STEAKBURGER-.79
incluoes baked potato and
Texas Toast
217 S. STATE ST
Next to State Theater

"Gonna get me a mojo," sang Roy nasally as he searched his ____
pearly whites for debris, "get me a pretty woman to scratch my
turniip while I sleep." He would have tenishentthe song, bu someone SOO
hulda ripe eggplant out oe a tenement Ryso h oie window ong, abv.D lt i Phi-Alpha DeltaPi, U of M School of Music priesents its' 2114
It landed with a splat on the toe of Roy's left hobnailed boot.
"You people here ain't friendly," said .R_ aloud as he moved PP N I
on down the dreary street. "Just ain't no place for a real country VIETNAM ORPHAN DRIVE P
man to go these days," lamented Roy as his footsteps echoed on the
early-morning sidewalk.
Passing a small advertising agency, Roy almost missed the sign O ctober 2 H ilt A ditori n it
in the window. It read: "Win fame and fortune as a pigskin prog-
nosticator; make your Gridde Pickings, get them ,to the Michigan 1.
Daily by midnight Friday, and win a free Cottage Inn pizza." Michigan Chamber Ensemble University Men's Glee Chub Un
His stomach growcng. Roy shifted the toothpick his mouth Friday, Oct. 2-8-12 P.M.
and entered the agency. Here was something a real country mans
SOLOISTS: Elizabeth Mosher Kraus, Eva Likova, Ralph He
could do. UNION BALLROOM McCollum and Willis Patterson
The guest picks this week were masterminded"by Bob DeSpirito, CONDUCTOR: Theo Alcantara
who holds the enviable position of head grid coach at Slippery Rock. Music by the Leaves Of Grass SONGS from The Most Happy Fella, Kiss Me Kate, Carousel,
1. Texas A&M (14) at MICH- 11. Navy at WASHINGTON West Side Story plus several all-time, light, orchestral favorit
IGAN (28) 12. Kansas at New Mexico-pass Psychedehc Light Show GENERAL ADMISSION $2.00
2. Syracuse atILLINOIS 13. Oregon State at SOUTHERN
3. WEST VIRGINIA at Indiana CALIFORNIA Tickets only available at the door on the evening of the concert. Door
4. IOWA at Arizona 14. NORTH CAROLINA at ADMISSION: 25c at campus sales booths Proceeds to School of Music scholarship funds
5. NOTRE DAME at Michigan Vanderbilt 50c at doorI
State 15. Auburn at KENTUCKY Posters and musical scores for this program provided by the Old Heid
6. Minnesota at NEBRASKA 16. Alabama at MISSISSIPPI
7. Southern Methodist at 17. CALIFORNIA at Rice
NORTH WESTERN 18. Rutgers at HARVARD ....-....-..-- ----_
8. DUKE at OHIO STATE 19. OREGON at Washington
S9. PENN STATE at Wisconsin State O n T eaIy S o t t f
10. Purdue at STANFORD 20. St. Peter's at FORDHAM
I_ . _. . - - - _ -- - -- - - -'

3 00 pm.
versity Symphony Orchestra
erbert, John
Show Boat,
es.
s open 7:15 P.M.
elberg Restaurant

Carpenter
nails patella
Michigan defensive end Butch
Carpenter, who injured his knee
during Tuesday's practice, under-
went surgery yesterday and will be
lost to the team for the remainder-
of the season.
Carpenter, who saw quite a bit
of action behind starters P h i I
Seymour a'nd Mike Keller, will be
replaced by Clint Spearman. a
6-3, 213-pound sophomore from
Hamilton, Ohio.
Carpenter is the fourth player
to be lost for the season because of
injuries. Running back Cowboy
Walker and quarterback L a r r y
Cipa were lost before .the start of
the season and back-up tackle Jim
Coode was lost this week.
Billboard
Michigan's varsity ice rink
opens for public s k a t i n g this
Sunday.
The Michigan Colliseum will
be open Sunday from 3-5 p.m.
and also will be open from 1-3
p.m. every Saturday that Mich-
igan does not play a home
football game. Michigan meets
Texas A&M this Saturday.
Michigan students, faculty
and staff can use the rink on
Monday and Thursday from 8
p.m. until 9:45 p.m.
WANTED!
Chairman for
ART PRINT
Petitions-UAC offices
2nd floor Union

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