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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 6, 1970

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Friday, November 6, 1970

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Hawks sue for Caldwell;
Staroba leads receivers
By The Associated Press
* ATLANTA - The Atlanta Hawks have filed suit in federal
court, seeking an -injunction to prevent Joe Caldwell from playing
for the Carolina Cougars in the American Basketball Association this
season.
Lawyers for the Hawks of the National Basketball Association
maintain they have option on the services of Caldwell and that they
invoked this option on Aug. 31. The option clause is traditional in
all professional sports contracts, a spokesman said.
Caldwell already has played three games for the Cougars since
joining the team last week.
The Hawk's action is officially being taken against Southern
Sports Corp., the owners of the Cougars' based in Greensboro, N.C.
Their intention is to prevent Southern Sports from employing Cald-
well this season.
* * *
* CHICAGO - Michigan's Paul Staroba retained the Big Ten
lead in pass catching this week and Michigan's offense moved into
the conference lad on average points, first downs, and yards per
play.
Staroba grabbed six passes last week against Wisconsin for 178
yards and has 19 catches for 333 yards in all Big Ten play.
The Wolverine offense has average 32.8 points and 23.3 first downs
and 5.2 yards per play to hold the conference leadership.
Northwstern's Mike Adamle still leads Ohio State's John Brock-
ington in their battle for the rushing title. Adamle has rushed for
a four game total of 562 yards to lead Biockington by 12 yards.
Minnesota's Craig Curry holds the individual lead in passing and
total offense. The Gopher passer has gained 725 yards through the
air and 844 yards in total offense.
.Tom Darden, Michigan safety, is tied for the conference lead
in passes broken up with eight.
The defensive team leader in the conference is Northwestern.
The Wildcats have yielded but 13.0 points, and 13.0 first downs
per game and 3.6 yards per play.
* * *
* NEW YORK - The 15-round fight between Cassius Clay and
Argentina's Oscar Bonavena at Madison Square Garden, Dec. 7, was
announced officially yesterday.
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Falcons

By BOB ANDREWS
A military academy was last in
the national sports limelight seven
years ago when a Navy squad led
by Roger Staubachamarched into
the Cotton Bowl against. Texas.
The dry spell has been convinc-
ingly snapped this year by the Air
Force, a team which last weekend
rolled to their eighth straight vic-
tory without a loss. The high fly-
ing Falcons boast one of the most
explosive offenses ever in colle-
giate football, headed by quarter-
back Bob Parker.
The Falcons have a good chance
to put a military school again in-
to the post-season bowl picture, if
they can survive their last three
games against Oregon, Stanford
and Colorado. The stretch begins
this Saturday in Eugene, Oregon
against one of the surprising
teams of the Pacific Eight con-
ference.,
The Oregon Ducks have com-
piled a 5-3 record this season, with
wins over USC and UCLA, both
preseason conference contenders.
However, the Ducks bowed to
Stanford earlier in the season, and
that, coupled with their loss to
Washington a week ago, has all
but ended Oregon's hopes for a
Rose Bowl berth.
Falcon defenders will have to
keep their eyes focused on one of
Oregon's principle o f f en s i v e
threats, .tailback Bob Moore. Moore
scored the winning touchdown in
Oregon's upset win over USC and
led his team to a stunning 41-40
win over UCLA.
It will take an offensive effort
similar to that against UCLA for
Oregon to have any chance at
victory since the Ducks' defense
will have trouble containing the
Falcon attack. The Falcons have

averaged 33.5 points a game while
allowing their opponents ten or
less points on four different occas-
ions. Some would say that much
of the Falcons' success so far is
attributable to p o o r opponents,
and that their fortune will change
now that they are facing tougher
competition.
But Air F o r c e did defeat a
strong Missouri squad with a
healthy Joe Moore. Besides, it is
doubtful that there is any defense
that could contain the offensive
combination of Parker, wingback
Ernie Jenning and tailback Bob
Bream.
All three are ranked high na-
tionally. Parker is a leader in to-
tal offense and passing; Jennings
a leader in pass catching, a n i
Bream has been a top scdrer and
rusher.
In the win over Missouri, Park-
er rolled up 295 yards on 13 of 28
pass attempts, while Jennings
caught four passes for 155 yards,
and Bream carried the b a 11 28
times for 123 yards.
This merry t r i o will face an
Oregon defense which is not ex-
actly one of the fiercest in the na-
tion.
Last week, the Falcons had a
tough time against weak Arizona,
squeaking out a 23-20 victory, and
things could get a bit tight the
next three weeks.
If they take two of the next
three games, then the phones will
be ringing with bowl invitations.
But Oregon, A Rose Bowl contend-
er until last w e e k, is an upset
specialist and if Air Force isn't
wary, it will lose its first dogfight.

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PAUL BASSA, Air Force running back, gives a stiff arm to Navy
defender, Brad Stephan in a game the Falcons won, 26-3. T17e
undefeated Falcons meet the Oregon Ducks this Saturday, with
possible bowl invitations in mind.

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By AL SHACKELFOID
(Sixth in a series)
Jim Cleamons is a man with a
big, big job.
As the only returning starter for
Ohio State's basketball team, and
this year's Buckeye captain, Clea-
mons will have to provide leader-
ship and a great deal of scoring
punch to an inexperienced team
composed mostly of unknown sen-
iors and untried sophomores.
,But if there is anyone in the Big
Ten who can shoulder such a bur-
den, it is Cleamons. As Buckeye
coach Fred Taylor says, "Jim
Cleamons is the most complete
ballplayer in the Big Ten."
Only Clarence Sherrod of Wis-
consin with a 24.8 average tops
Cleamons' 22.1 among returning
Big Ten starters. The Buckeye
star also managed almost seven
rebounds a game last year.
Most of Cleamons' help this sea-
son will come from sophomores.
InLuke White, the Buckeyes have
their first seven-footer in t h e i r
basketball history. Taylor calls his
young giant "quick for a big
man, and very good from baseline-
to-baseline."
Another promising sophomore
is much-heralded Allan Hornyak,
a 6-1 guard. Hornyak came to
Columbus as the leading{school-
boy scorer in Ohio and a high
school All-America. His g r e a t
scoring potential can be traced to
his exceptional shooting ability.
"Allan isn't a picture shooter
like Rick Mount," says Taylor,
"but he shoots well and is capable
of scoring from anywhere."
Beyond Cleamons and the two

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sophomores, Buckeye talent thins
out like an. old man's hair. Mark
Minor, a 6-5 cornerman, played in
spots last season and will have to
develop fast in his newly-awarded
starting role.
Another inexperienced iper-
classman who will have to come
around fast is 6-8 Mike Magden,
*who played only about 50 minutes
for the BucksF last season.
Additional help from the f in e
Buckeye frosh squad will c o m e
from 6-0 guard Dave Merchant,

and 6-8 cornerman Mark Wager.
With Magden and Wager at
6-8 and Witte towering 7-0, this
year's Ohio State team will have
"more size than we've had since
the early 60's, "according to Tay-
lor.
Despite his team's inexperience
and lack of depth, Taylor is not
counting them out of the Big Ten
race. "With 31 of the top 40
scorers in the Big Ten gone," says
Taylor, "there is a - lot of room
for somebody to make a move.".

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Honest Julius
alias
THE MAN
MORAL,

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It was a, dark and
stormy night---outside. Meanwhile, 'The man' sat alone, in his
study---inside. Suddenly he heard a mighty rumbling---every-
where. In actual fact it was not the dark and stormy night
causing the noise, it was his stomache telling 'the man' that
he was hungry. Like a flash the man's tremendous brain came
into play. He remembered the ads he had seen in 'The Mich-
igan Daily' about Little Caesars Pizza. About how they made
pizzas that were bigger and tastier and how they didn't fool
you with 'free' delivery charges that weren't free.
He picked up the phone and called the code 66-58-626
and ordered a medium pepperoni with onions and rushrooms,
as the thunderous roar continued. Moments later the food
arrived and the rumbling subsided and there was peace.

Congratulations poured into the Daily office yesterday on the
Libels' smashing victory over the Ann Arbor Police. The police had
forfeited and prevented Krasny from making his Last Stand.
"Right on!" wired Jim Buckley's daughter, Priscilla. "Off the
pigs!" said Lenore Romney. Dan Jenkins of Sports Illustrated, wrote,,
"Did the pigs back down because of fear of death? Probably.
Libel captain Eric "The Red"; Siegel tried to call Woody Hayes to
challenge his Buckeye Blunders to a "contest' but Fat Boy allowed
as how the game couldn't be scheduled until after OSU (the O is for
over-rated) had "played the Mammoth Blue Wave. "Then my boys
will probably stay in hiding at least until New Year's Day, so I will
have to spare my team the added agony."
If youid like the agony of eating a Cottage Inn pizza,. get your
Gridde Pickings in by midnight Friday.
1. Illinois at MICHIGAN 8. Lafayette at Davidson
(pick score) 9. Wake Forest at Duke
2. Indiana at Iowa .10 ,Georgia at Floridan
3. Purdue at Michigan State 11. Houston at Mississippi
4. Minnesota at Northwestern 12. Oklahoma State at
5. Ohio State at Wisconsin Kansas State
8 Hrvad a PrncestDayton at Miami (Ohio)
6. HarardtatPeton b 14. Missouri at Oklahoma
'7. oui~anaStae atAlaama 15. Texas A&M at Southern
Methodist
16. Texas Christian at Texas Tech
1. Air Force at Oregon
18. California at Oregon State
19. Utah at Utah State
20. DAILY LIBELS vs.
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