Thursday, September 3, 1974
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Thursday, September 3, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
injured in grid
Tom Darden, Michigan's start-!
ing defensive halfback, has suf-
fered a shoulder separation that
will force him to miss practice for
about a week, it was announced
In addition, Glenn Doughty, the
Wolverines' second leading ground
gainer last year, strained his knee
two days ago and may miss the
team's first scrimmage tomorrow
at the stadium. Douglhty, who is
the Wolverines' first string tail-
back, first injured his knee last
year, shortly before the Rose Bowl
with Ltriple Twin
ATLANTA (;') - Former world
heavyweight champion Cassius
Clay toyed with two opponents
last night, then showed flashes of
his old lightning fast champion-
ship form against a third as he
returned to the ring for the first
time in more than three years.
Clay entered the ring weighing
10 pounds more than his fighting
weight of 211, but throughout the
eight rounds of exhibition boxing
displayed the same graceful bob-
bing and weaving style that was
his trademark when he was
Clay was announced as win-
ner of all three matches.
Veteran observers at ringside
generally agreed with Clay that he
could be in shape for a major
fight within a month.
The former champion, who was
stripped of his title after being
convicted of a federal charge of
refusing induction into military
service, is scheduled to fight a
major bout in Atlanta Oct. 26.
Tom Beckman, a 6-6, 245 pound
second-string tackle, may also
miss the scrimmage. Beckman
bruised his ankle in yesterday's
morning practice session.
None of the three players were
in uniform for yesterday's after-
noon practice session.
Billy Harris, one of the leading
candidates for t h e starting as-
signment at split end, will also
miss the scrimmage. Harris, who
injured his knee durin1g the Rose
Bowl, is not scheduled to partici-
pate in any of the team's pre-
season contact drills.
The injuries to Doughty a n d
Darden leave the Wolverines par-
ticularly shorthanded d u r i n g
practice in the offensive and de-
fensive backfields. The Wolver-
ines lost their top two sophomore
prospects, quarterback Larry Cipa
and running back Cowboy Walker,
earlier in the season. Those in-
juries forced Coach Bo Schem-
bechler to move wingback B i 11
Berrutti, last year's third string
quarterback, back. to his old po-
sition and shift second-string
wolfback Dave Zuccarelli and
sophomore defensice back J o h n
Pighee to the offensive backfield.
Schembechler has repeatedly
expressed concern this year about
the Wolverines lack of depth. At
present, the team has less than
70 players on its roster, one of the
smaller preseason rosters of any
major team in the country.
The gridders have been going
through two a day drills in pre-
paration for the season, w i t h
three daily meetings in between.
Qnce classes start practice ses-
sions will be reduced to one a day
although two sessions may be held
on Labor Day. After working out
last week without pads the squad
is now wearing full equipment for
PROF. JACK WALKER, Instructor
Course in contemporary political issues which will
include work in the 1970 election campaigns, lec-
tures by University and non-university authorities
and discussion groups.
Nat. Sd. Aud.
Poll. Sc. 300
Div. No. 450
4 credit hrs.
TIGER OUTFIELDER Jim Northrup (5) crabwalks into third
base under the tag of Boston third sacker George Scott. Scott
' seems to be asking Northrup something, but exactly what we can-
not tell. The Bengals stalked to a 6-4 triumph.
METS CREEP CLOSER:
Expos finesse Pirates
New York 3, Baltimore 2
Washington 4, Cleveland 1
Detroit 6, Boston 4, 1st
Boston 10, Detroit 1, 2nd
Chicago at Oakland, inc.
Kansas City at California inc.
Minnesota at Milwaukee, postponed
Chicago at Oakland, night
Kansas City at California, night
Cleveland at Washington, night
Baltimore at' New York, night
Detroit at Boston, night
4Only games scheduled.
MONTREAL - John Bocca-
bella smashed a three-run homer
in .the bottom of the ninth inning
last night, moving the Montreal
Expos to a 10-7 victory over the
It was the seventh loss in the
last eight games for Pittsburgh,
leaders in the National League's
Boccabella connected against
reliever Bruce Dal Canton ,who
came on after Joe Gibbon had
walked Jim Fairey -and Bob Bailey
in the Expo ninth. The homer was
his fifth of the year.
* . *
'Iets muck thtrough
ST. LOUIS - The New York
Mets, who had given ace pitcher
Tom Seaver little batting support
as he lost his last four decisiOns,.
backed him with 11 hits and de-
feated the Cardinals 7-3 last
The victory moved the Mets
within one-half game of first
place Pittsburgh in the hectic Na-
tional League East race.
Seaver, 18-10, won his first game
since Aug. 10 as the Mets took
their third straight from the
Donn Clendenon and Cleon
Jones drove in two runs apiece
for the Mets, who hit into double
plays in each of the first three
innings before ganging up on
starter Jerry Rbeuss.
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Cincinnati 87 50 .635 -
Los Angeles 74 59 .556 11
San Francisco 70 64 .522 15
Atlanta 66 69 .489 20
Houston 63 71 .470 22;
San Diego 51 83 .381 341
New York 7, St. Louis 3
Chicago 17, Philadelphia 2
*Montreal 10, Pittsburgh 7
Atlanta 4, Los Angeles 3
Houston 2, San Diego 1
Cincinnati 2, San Francisco 0
Pittsburgh at Montreal, night
Philadelphia at Chicago
New York at St. Louis
Los Angeles at Atlanta, night
San Francsico at Cincinnati, night
San Diego at Houston, night
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