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Friday, October 23, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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For the student body:
FLARES
by
Levi
Farah
Wright
Tads
Sebring

By RANDY PHILLIPS to keep prospective booters from state of Michigan. In 1968 MSU
St. Louis is more than a city in going elsewhere. "The players like copped the national crown with
Missouri; it's more than the home to stay in St. Louis. After the sea- nine St. Louis starters. Fuller Sc-
of a baseball, football or hockey son is over they join a league team counts for the superior talent of
t e a m or the starting point of and play another six months." Missouri players with the excep-
Lewis and Clarke's expedition; it In St. Louis there is plenty of tional high school and junior high
just happens to also be the unex- opportunities to play in good programs there, and contrasts
pected hub of all of American soc- league competition since soccer is them with the lack of such pro-
cer. emphasized from t h e time stu- grams in Michigan.
It's no wonder then that the de- dents s t a r t grammar school St. Louis' sphere of influence
through college. These leagues are even reaches down into the deep
fending national collegiate soccer mainly the result of efforts by the south where the University of
champions, St. Louis University, mil h euto fot yteCatholic YuhConi.South Florida boasts four start-
are once again atop the heap of Cesrmt gwYouth Council.tdat to th
booterom withgaewa-0-1trecord.
hooters with a 5-0-1 record. IN MOST CITIES talented ath- west.
The Billikens' coach Harry Keo- letes have their energies directed Michigan State is supposed to
ugh has little need to recruit out- toward the more common Ameri- be having an off year this season
side t he school's immediate v- can sports like football or base- due to an inept offense, but their
cinity arnd as a result his squad ball, and soccer is a sport that re- 3-0-2 record seems to dispute that
ioostaers.f Andnoeihers oes quires much skill and many years prediction. Convincing wins over
out- of-stersAndntherd of training. According to Keough Ball State, 13-1; Wooster, 2-0; and
Keough need monetary incentives an athlete "has to be working on Illinois-Circle Campus 4-1 indi-
S-- the skills long before high school" cate a potent offense to comple-
if he is to be any better than aver- ment the Spartans' always tough
STUDENT age. Ball control is the essential defens opened the seaso with a
St. Louis U. boasts another tal- 1-1 tie with previously 8th rank-'
RATES ented but inexperienced s;quad ed Cleveland State, but C o a c h
this year. Keough expects to make Fuller is not ready to predict a
4c to it through the regular season in successful year until this week's
good shape, but the experience of match at Akron. Akron, along
2C some of the better eastern teams 'with MSU, St. Louis, Cleveland
may take its toll against the Bills State, and Quincy form an ex-
in the post season championship tremely strong nucleus of mid-
ECOnoC~py matches. 'western teams. If the Spartans get
1217 S. Univ Soccer is big enough in St. Lou- by Akron they could be on their
761 -0087 is to fill the ranks of more teams way to the national finals and a
than just the Billikens. Quincy, a possible match-up with St. Louis.

or winning set of fullbacks. Cleve- dent in the American sports scene
land surprisingly has no players it must be successful on the col-
from St. Louis, somewhat of an legiate level.
anomaly in midwestern soccer. But even St. Louis U. has not
No national story on soccer can been able to draw very well at its
omit the mention of those eastern regular season matches. Keough
power laden squads which have mentioned, "When we get to the
built a large following of fans. finals, we get the crowds." Per-
Harvard rates sixth this week in haps t h e dream of, becoming a
the poll and looks towards another baseball or football player a r e
trip to the NCAA finals. much too ingrained to allow soc-
BUT FOUR other Ivy League cer to make popular headway. But
teams could challenge the Crim- no one is quitting yet.
son's supremacy. Brown and Penn } :"
have played to a 1-1 draw while
upstart Princeton stayed close to
for loin, 20.ilboard
led ing challenger Columbia be

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rather unusual attack for colle-
giate teams. The Crimson are sac-
rificing scoring momentum for ov-
erall control of the game w i t h
their 4-2-4 line-up.
The four fullbacks will key the
offense which can now begin at
the Crimson's own end instead of
at midfield. The 4-2-4 is used by
many professional teams, but de-
mands much more of the players
individually.
Michiga nState coach Payton
Fuller added that MSU used the
4-2-4 several years ago, but that
it "requires a team to have two
extremely good and talented mid-
dle men." Many teams then com-
promise to a 4-3-3 to take a little
pressure off of the halfbacks.
Collegiate soccer has c o mn e a
long way in recent years in both
popularity and excellence on the
field. Spartan coach Fuller notes
the general improvement of teams
in the midwest, while St. Louis
mentor Harry Keough insists that,
before soccer will make a decisive

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CONGRESS CANNOT AND WILL NOT DO WITHOUT
AL LARD K. LOWENSTEIN
"Not many men have done more to hold America together.
Extremists want him out of public life because he has shown
what one man with initiative, intelligence and dedication can
do to make America a better place."
RAMSEY CLARK, Former Attorney'General of The United States

small school in Illinois, r a n K S
third in the national poll sporting
an 8-0-1 record on thestren
of an almost all-St. Louis squad.
Even 1 o n g time powerhouse
Michigan State depends on an in-
flux of players from the city on
the Mississippi.
Spartan coach Payten Fuller
counts six St. Louis players this
I season and only two f r o m ihe

CLEVELAND STATE is anoth-'
en small school that has hit it big
in soccer. The Vikings return nine
starters from a squad that went
10-2-2 last year and advanced to
the midwest regional finals of the
NCAA championships.
The Vikings' defense w ill be
solid with the returning of one of
the finest college goalies in the
country, Horst Hotzy, and an hon-

The first eight teams with a
$50 entry fee will be entered
into the intramural depart-
ment's outdoor hockey compe-
tition, which begins Jan. 9.
* * *
Fall basketball entries close
Wed., Oct. 28 at 5 o'clock. En-
tries can be made at the IM
office. Entry fee is five dollars.
There will be a mandatory
meeting for all basketball of-
ficials who wish to officiate in
the pre-holiday tournament.
This information and training
session will be held at 8 p.m.,
Monday, Oct. 26 in the wrestling
room of the IM Bldg.
Tryouts for basketball cheer-
leaders will be held Monday,
Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. in Waterman
Gymnasium. Interested soph-
omore, junior, and senior girls
are invited to attend.
lication and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. Items ap-
pear once only. Student organiza
tion notices are not accepted for
{publication. For more information,
phone 764-9270.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23
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