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O-Tuesday, November 3, 1 974

THE MrGHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

~'Tuesday, November 3, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Bo CO
By MORT NOVECK-
"No matter what you do youj
just can't win anymore," corn-
mented Michigan football coach
Bo Schembechler in response to
criticism of his team's perform-
ance in their victory over Wiscon-
sin Saturday in Madison.
"I thought 29-15 was a fine vic-
tory over Wisconsin," the coach

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NIGHT EDITOR:'
RICK CORNFELD

-Daily-Terry McCarthy
PAUL STAROBA (30Y is down after one of his eight receptions in the Michigan State game. The
senior split end is the Big Ten's leading receiver19 receptions for 233 yards. Against the Wisconsin
Badgers Saturday, Tall Paul pulled' down six receptions for 178 yards and one touchdown and
maintained his hold on the Big Ten punting lead.

continued, but everyone said we
had trouble." "UCLA scouted us twice last year
Schembechler, h o w e v e r, dis- while they had still had a chance
agrees. He thinks that people are to go to the Rose Bowl," Schem-
looking for too much from the bechler revealed, "and Wisconsin's
Wolverines and not enough from coach (John Jardine) used to be
their opponents. an assistant there.
"Everyone always underestimates The offense the Badgers used on
Euryponent, unI'drikestomiveSaturday was the one that UCLA
ore oppnent, but I'd olike to giv would have used last year if they
more credit to the opposition. W'is-wolhaeudlstyrifhy,
consin did a terrific'job and I was haLudiye the Woleres were al.-
glad to win that game." so prepared. The main feature of
He also thinks that the Michi- Wisconsin's new offense was an
gan performance was not that unbalanced line. As it happened,
bad. "We played all right offen- Michigan defensive coordinator
sively except that we made the Jim Young had the defense prac-
big mistakes that we didn't make
a year ago," Schembechler noted.
In fact, except for fvne plays, I@
Schembechler couldn't find many Ii 1 ii
Michigan errors in the game films.
Unfortunately, those five mis-0
takes were costly. Three of theme
were fumbles. Twice the bobbles I
ended a Wolverine drive and a
third, coming on the Michigan 20, By The Associated Press
cost the team 3 points' as the Bad- By tte sed Pret
gers managed a field goal. Ohio State fell to the third
ger ourth m erowase d over-position in the Associated Press
The fourth error was bad cover- college football poll yesterday and
age on a kickoff while the fifth were replaced in the second spot
Wisconsin touchdown'. by Notre Dame. Texas retained
and most glaring was poor cover- the lead, garnering 20 of the 401
age on a punt that resulted in a first place votes.
It is interesting to note that all Michigan held on to fifth place,
the miscues were committed by the picking up two first place votes.
offense, which gave up more Nebraska and Stanford were un-I
points than the defense according changed at fourth and sixth re-
to Schembechler. " The defense spectively.
only gave up six points, but the Notre Dame pulled 12 first place!
offense gave them nine with the votes to five by Ohio State as thes
fumble and the punt return," he Buckeyes continued their slide
noted. from the first position. The Irish
On defense, Schembechler once 1. Texas 20 6-0 701
again named the entire unit to the 2.Notre Dame 12 6-0 684
itrscu.3. Ohio State .5 6-0 617
victor's club. 4. Nebraska, 7-0-1 506-
One reason that Wisconsin did 5 .MICHIGAN 2 7-0 476
as well as it did against Michigan 6. Stansas 6-1 418
M7hian Arkansas 6-1 315
was that they came prepared. 8. Tennessee - 6-1 282
9. AirbForce 8-0 279
r1 10. Auburn 6-1 241
11. Louisiana State 5-1 232
12. Arizona State 6-0 160
P ick in s 14.San Diego state 7-0 67
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on Thursday.
Wisconsin also made a better
than expected showing because,
according to Schembechler, "the
IBig Ten has better balance this*
year. I haven't seen a Big Ten
team this year that isn't pretty
darn good."
In addition to being named to
the victor's club with the rest of
the defensive- unit, linebacker Ed
Moore was named the defensive
champion of the week. "Ed played
a good game defensively with eight
tackles and five assists," Schem-
bechler commented.
Paul Staroba was named the of-
fensive champion. "Staroba made
some great catches," Schembechler
noted. "He's finally got the con-
fidence he needed.
Named to the victor's club from
the offensive unit in addition to
Staroba were Dan Dierdorf, Jack
Harpring, Tom Coyle, Don Moor-
head, Fritz S e y f e r t h, Glenn
Doughty and Bill Taylor.
o third spot
won convincingly, 56-7, over Navy
while the Bucks had to struggle
before topping Northwestern 24-10.
Texas, now 6-0, trounced Texas
A&M 42-15. Conference rival Ar-
kansas moved up one notch to the
seventh spot, as did eighth rank-
ed Tennessee.
Pro Standings

Burton picked for tourney
Schlinkman to replace Lemm
By The Associated Press
" TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Jim Burton, Wolverine 'pitching ace,
was among 18 collegians named yesterday for the world amateur
baseball tournament at Cartagena, Columbia.
Florida State coach Jack Stallings will handle the United States
team. It begins practice Nov. 8 at Miami and the tourney opens
Nov. 18.
Burton, a fireballing left-hander, set a school record for strike-
outs as a junior last year.
S* * *
* HOUSTON, Tex-Houston Oiler defensive secondary coach
Walt Schlinkman Will take over as head coach of the Oilers at the
end of the season, a source close to the Oilers said yesterday.
- Wally Lemm informed his team after Sunday's game that he
would step down at the end of the season.
* * *
* DALLAS, Tex.-Arkansas tailback Bill Burnett underwent
surgery yesterday to repair a should'er separation he suffered in
Saturday's game with Texas A&M.
Doctors said Burnett came through the operation without com
plications and could possibly play in six weeks if the Razorbacks are
in a bowl game.
" NEW ORLEANS-The misfire of a ceremonial cannon, which
cost one man three fingers and seriously injured another man, brought
repercussions yesterday about the halftime extravaganzas staged at'
New Orleans Saints football games.
Harry Hulmes, public relations director for the Saints, said the
halftime programs "definitely will be reviewed. We have decided
we will not use any more cannons at halftime."
* * *
" NEW YORK-The Detroit Red Wings completed their second
National Hockey League trade with New York in three days yes-
terday, receiving center Don Luce'in exchange for right wing Steve
Andrascik.
Andrascik, who has been playing for Fort Worth of the Central
League, is expected to be assigned to Omaha, the Rangers' affiliate
in the same circuit.
Luce was brought up from Omaha by the Rangers near the end
of last season, and has been with them from the start this year.

Stobas summer reading list
aids fall pass catching success

By BILL ALTERMAN
"You have to be able -to throw
the ball (to be successful) and you
have to have confidence in your
split receiver on third down situa-
tions," So said coach Bo Schem-
bechler earlier in the year.
And Saturday it was apparent
that Michigan's moribund passing
game, and in particular split end
Paul Staroba, have finally come
into their own. For the d a y ,
Staroba had six receptions for.
178 yards, making him a strong
candidate for lineman of the waek
honors.
Much of Staroba's success this
year can be accredited to his sum-
mer reading list, which numibered
one. The book, recommended by
Schembechler, was "Psycho-cyber-
netics" by ,,Maxwell Maltz. De-
scribed as "A new way to get
more living- out of life," the book
is much attuned to Norman Vin-
cent Peale's "The Power of Posi-
tive Thinking."
The purpose of the book was,
of course, to help "Tall- Paul"
build up his confidence. Last
year, Staroba admits "I was down
on myself, I lost some ofdmy con-
fidence.f
"I worked on my confidence this
summer by playing catch and just
thinking about it. The book was
good mental practice. You ju s t
imagine yourself in the game. It
has a great mental effect."
Nevertheless, Staroba had his
troubles this year. "In the be-I

ginning I dropped a few I
shouldn't have," he conceded, "It
made me look bad."
Unlike last year, however, he
didn't get down on himself. "I
have had confidence all this year.
I have had the same attitude be-
fore, each game, I just want to do
my part.
"You try and do your best," he

the year with his kicks, several
angling off the side of his foot. As
the year progressed though, his
kicks have straightened them-
selves out.
Despite his up-and-down per-
formances, Staroba hasn't lost
confidence in himself this year.
"Confidence means a lot.
You have to have confidence in

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added, "but when you're done, you yourself and never deviate from
should know you've done your what you plan to do. I just kept
best." trying and I hope to improve more
Staroba is currently the leading with every game."
receiver in the Big Ten with 19 re-
ceptions for 333 yards. Overall he
has caught 27 for 439 yards. G
More and more it is apparent 'r d eSft
iStaroha js filling the gap left by

the departure of all-American The omnipotent Daily Libels football machine, honed to a fine
tight end Jim Mandich. Last year edged by head coach Eric "The Red" Siegel, toyed with the uac
it was Mandich who quarterback
Don Moorhead looked for on third muggers for three quarters last Sunday before opening up in the
and long situations. This year closing minutes to rout them. The score was 6-0.
that mai is, more often than not, The hard charging Libel line of Chicago Bull Epstein, Capitalist
Staroba. Golding and Perpetual High McPherson kept the pressure on Harris
- The senior's big game Saturday and threw him for numerous losses. Epstein had the day's only in-
was probably the best of his ca- terception as he slipped gracefully behind a host of muggers to pick
reer. On each of Michigan's four off a pass and truck the leather back 11 yards. Said "Epstein, "I
through with big gains. coulda picked off a couple more but I took pity on those goyim."
He picked up 20 yards on a The Libels' powerhouse offense stormed up and down the field at
long pass in the first drive which will under the steady hands of Juju.Neubacher. After the game, Siegel
brought them down to the 12. had nothing but praise for the gifted signal caller, "Neubacher may 3
Then in the second drive he made stink, but he's the best we've got."
a great over-the-shoulder catch The fascist authoritarian imperialist referee tried his utmost to
and lugged the ball all the way to keep the game in reach of the muggers as he called back 4 Libel
the 3 where he simply "ran out touchdowns in the first half alone on ridiculous offside calls.
of steam" after the 70 yard gain.! The referee was later seen accepting either a head of lettuce orj
And Michigan's fourth touch- a handful of green pieces of paper from the muggers. One can only
down was notable for being Star- nnn,,Rnnhsaeihsc e

15. Toledo 8-I 6
16. UCLA 5-3 21
17. Dartmouth 6-0 13
18. Houston :1-2 11
19. Alabama 5-3 10
20. Syracuse 4-3 9
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
,beticaily: California, Georgia Tech,
Kansas State, Missouri, Northwestern,
Oregon, Penn State, Pitt, Southern Cali-
fornia, Texas Tech, Washington.
Steelers get
by Bengals
PITTSBURGH Wc'-Terry Han-

AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East Division
W L T Pct. Pts.
Baltimore 6 1 0 .857 169
H sMiami 4 3 0 .571 107
Buffalo 3 4 0 .425 123
Boston a 1 6 0 .143 77
N.Y. Jets 1 6 0 .143 127
Central Division
Cleveland 4 3 0 .571 169
Houston 2 4 1 .333 103
Pittsburgh 3 4 0 .429 92
Cincinnati 1 6 0 .143 103
West Division
Oakland 3 2 2 .600 178
Denver 4 3 0 .571 131
Kansas City 3 3 1 .500 150
San Diego 2 3 2 .400 149
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East Division,
Dallas 5 2 0 .714 126
St. Louis 5 2 0 .714 180
N.Y. Giants 4 3 0 .577 139
Washington 4 3 0 -_.571 157
Philadelp'ia" 0 7 0 .000 121
Central Division
Minnesota 6 1 0 .857 184
Detroit 5 2 01 .714 190
'Green Bay 4 3 0 .571 123
Chicago 3 4 0 .429 98
West Division
S Francisco 5 1 1 .833 165
Los Angeles 5 2 0 .714 160
Atlanta 3 4 0 .429 115
N Orleans 1 5 1 .168 85
Weekend Results
N.Y. Giants 22, N.Y. Jets 10
Minnesota 30, Detroit 17
Chicago 23, Atlanta 14
Dallas 21, Philadephia 17
Washington 19, Denver 3
Los Angeles 30, New Orleans 17
St. Louis 44, Houston 0
Buffalo 45, Boston 10
San Diego 27, Cleveland 10
Baltimore 35, Miami 0
Kansas City 17, Oakland 17, tie
San Francisco 26, Green Bay 10
Only games Scheduled
Monday's Game
P'ittsburgh 21, Cincinnati 10

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oba's first of the year, as the fleet- .}
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ed in Moorhead's 21 yard TD 1. Illinois at MICHIGAN 12. Oklahoma State atI
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Actu allypitrobath a oedhis 2. Indiana at Iowa 13. Dayton at Miami( Ohio)
first points of the year about an, 3. Purdue at Michigan State 14. Missouri at Oklahoma
open hour earler when Moorhead hit 4. Minnesota at Northwestern 15. Texas A&M at Southern
y from him on the two point conversion' 5. Ohio State at Wisconsin Methodist
turday after the third touchdown. 6. Harvard at Princeton 16. Texas Christian at Texas Tech
. Yost Staroba admits "Michigan is 7. Louisiana State at Alabama 17. Air Force at Oregon
[onday built around a running attack. 8. Lafayette at Davidson 18. California at Oregon State
to 10 We could have had more yardage 9. Wake Forest at Duke 19. Utah at Utah State
rom 8 running Saturday." 10. Georgia at Florida 20. DAILY LIBELS vs.
He added however, "If t h e y 11. Houston at Mississippi annarborpolice
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in the and punting. Like his catching.
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the game, threw a 72-yard scoring
pass to Dennis Hughes, and led the'
Pittsburgh Steelers to a 21-10 vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Bengals'
in last night's nationally televised
pro football spectacular.
Hanratty, playing in the shadow
of prize rookie Terry Bradshaw
this season, entered the game in;
the third quarter when the Steel-
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