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Thursday, September 19, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page. Seven

Thursday, September 19, 1974 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Seven

Miami

breeds

By BRIAN DEMING
Boasted by locals as being
the second oldest state institu-
tion west of the Alleghenies, the
"Mother of Fraternities," and
the birthplace of the McGuffey
Readers, Miami University is
probably best remembered for
not being in Florida.
But Miami of Ohio. as most

('53), head coach of the Mem-
phis Southmen (WFL), Bill Arn-
sparger ('50), head coach of the
New York Giants, and Walter
Alston ('35), manager of base-
ball's Los Angeles Dodgers.
Also in the pro ranks are
Weeb Ewbank ('28), general
manager of the New York Jets,
and Wayne Embry ('58), gen-

people refer to the institution, eral manager of basketball's
has yet another fame as the Milwaukee Bucks.
"Cradle of Coaches". Iso- j Among the head coaches in
lated in the sleepy college the college level that'are Miami
town of Oxford amidst the grads are Carmen Cozza ('52),
rolling farmlands of south- Yale; Paul Dietzel ('48), South
western Ohio, the University Carolina; Jerry Ippoliti ('58),;
1 has produced for the sports Northern Illinois; Bill Mallory'
world a remarkable number ('57), Colorado; Ara Parsegh-
of coaches. ian ('49), Notre Dame; John;
Presently, a total of 200 Mi- Pont ('50), Northwestern; Neil
ami graduates are coaching at Putnam ('58), Lafayette; Jim
one of three levels: profession- Root ('53), William & Mary,
al (16), collegiate (62), and and Nobby Wirkowski (50),
scholastic (122). Thirty of the York (Canada).

piled a 39-1-6 record over a
five-year span. John Pont
took over after Parseghian
went to Northwestern and af-
ter seven years, one Glenn E.
Schembechler inherited the
reigns.
Coaching from 1963 to 1968 at
Miami, Schembechler compiled
a 40-6-14 record including two
Mid - American Conference
Championships. Bill Mallory,t
who replaced Schembechler, led
his team through a perfect 11-0
season last year that won him
the head spot at Colorado.
The secret to Miami's suc-
cess can be traced back to 1924
when Athletic Director George
Rider, in an effort to enlarge
the athletic program at Miami,
brought in Chet Pittser from
Illinois to coach football, and
with his help introduced some
of the first coaching classes in
the country.
Jay Colville, athletic trainer
at Miami since 1924 and now
retired, has seen the coaching
tradition at Miami from its very
beginning. The innovation "rais-
ed a few eyebrows" Colville
states, admitting that "Not
much was known even about
training in those days."
Another man attributed for
making Miami's "Cradle of
Coa ch es" tradition and
strengthening it, was Sid
Gillman. Referred to by Colo-
rado's Mallory as "A very fine
football coach and a man
ahead of his time," Gillman
began coaching at Miami in
1944 and helped rebuild an
athletic program that had
fallen into disrepair:
Weeb Ewbank notes yet an-
other reason why Miami men

mentors
have succeeded in coaching pro- back and NCAA track finalist,
fessions. "All have been good is the offensive end coach; Jer-
fundamentalists and teachers, ry Hanlon ('56), a teammate of
which must be two prerequisites Burton under Parseghian, is
of an outstanding coach." offensive line coach; and Tom
Carmen Cozza sees the ex- Reed ('67), in his first year at
posure to great coaches as be- Michigan is the defensive line
ing the primary inspiration. coach.
"We had the opportunity to see Miami has built a tradition
great people win and the dedi- that has bred success as more
cation and total commitment and more Miami men follow

that was needed to win."
An example of the perpetu-
ity of the tradition can be
seen on the sidelines this
weekend at the Michigan-
Colorado game. Not only are
both coaches Miami grads but
no less than five assistants
are ex-Redskins. For the Buf-
faloes Ron Corradini ('61) is
defensive end coach and Gary
Durchik ('67) is offensive
guards and centers coach.
For Michigan Tirrell Burton
('56), a two-time MAC offensive

their predecessors into the col-
legiate ranks. Northwestern's
John Pont sums up the attitude
nurtured at "The Cradle of
Coaches": "You have to show
a professional attitude. This is
something that is tradition. It is
built in and carries over from
one class to another. Then
there is this idea of success
breeding success and you hate
to be the first coach to lose if
you come from Miami. This is
a tradition in itself."

P

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AP Photo ('51) is
PLAYERS HEAR A LOT OF CRAZY STORIES during the heat of a pennant race. Second amongst
baseman Ted Sizemore of the Cardinals is no e xception. Above, Willie Stargell is protesting celebriti
his tag out, claiming Sizemore pushed him off the bag during Pittsburgh's 4-1 win last night. Includ
Al Kaline wasn't doing any complaining over in Boston, however, as he banged out three hits fessiona
to bring him within four of the coveted 3,000-h it mrk with 13 games left to play. Despite Ka- Brown,
line's heroics, the Bengals lost to the Bosox, 8-5. general
cinnati
Majr eague Stand n s (A LI.NE CLOSES IN:

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

New York
Baltimore
Boston
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Detroit
Oakland
Texas
Minnesota
Chicago
Kansas City
California

W
so
80
77
73
72
68
West
w
85
80
77
73
72
61

L
69
70
71
75
73
81
L
65
70
74
77
78
90

Pet. GB
.538 -
.533 1/
.520 2%
.493 6%
.480 8'4
.456 12
Pct. GB
.567 -
.533 5
.510 8?'
.486 12
.480 13
.404 2412

St. Louis
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Montreal
New York
Chicago
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Atlanta
Houston
San Francisco
San Diego

w
80
78
73
71
67
62
Avest
93
91
83
75
68
54

L
69
70
76
78
82
86
55
58
68
74
83
96

Pct. GB
.537 -
.527 11"!
.490 7
.477 9
.450 13
.419 17'2

Orioles

By The Associated Press

.628
.611
.550
.503
.450
.360

2%
11%l
18%
26%
40

Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 10, New York 4
Boston 8, Detroit 5
Cleveland 6, Milwaukee 3
Oakland 5, Kansas City 4
Chicago 3, Minnesota 1
California 4, Texas 1, 1st
Texas 2, California 0, 2nd
Today's Games
Detroit (Ruhle 0-0) at Boston
(Marichal 5-1).
Baltimore (McNally 15-10) at New
York (May 6-3).
Oakland (Blue 15-15) at Kansas
City (Briles 5-5).
Only games scheduled

Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 4, San Francisco 2
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 1
Montreal 3, New York 2, 1st
'Montreal 4, New York 0, 2nd
San Diego 3, Cincinnati 1, 5 inn.,
inc.
Hlouston 0, Los Angeles 0, 5 inn.,
inc.
Today's Games
Chicago (Hooton 5-11) at Phila-
delphia (Ruthven 9-12).
St. Louis (Curtis 9-13) at Pitts-
burgh (Kison 7-8).
San Diego (Freisleben 9-12) at
Los Angeles (Sutton 16-9).
Cincinnati (Norman 11-12) at
San Francisco (Caldwell 13-4).
Only games scheduled.

Mike Cuellar pitched Balti-
more to within one-half game of
first-place New York in the
American League East and be-
came a 20-game winner for the
fourth time as the Orioles broke
a tie with seven runs in the
sixth inning and crushed the
Yankees 10-4 Tuesday night.
The triumph gave the Orioles
the first two games of the cru-
cial three-game series and was
their 17th in the past 22 games.
The Boston Red Sox, who beat
Detroit, moved to within 2%
games of the Yanks. The two
Oriole victories mark the first
time the Yankees have lost two
games in a row since Aug. 12-
13.

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Ben gals bow
Rookie outfielder Fred Lynn
drove in three runs while col-
lecting four hits Wednesday
night, sparking the Boston Red
Sox to an 8-5 victory over the
Detroit Tigers.
Winning for only the seventh
time in the last 24 games, the
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The Daily Libels practiced yesterday in preparation fort
Saturday's game with Madame Erika's girls at Fourth Avenue
Stadium. Coach "Fielding H. Feldman" sent his team through
extensive drills as the Libels practiced behind closed doors. "I
don't want any of those reporters or spys from the jealous
athletic department snooping around and stealing our plays,":
said Feldman in a terse statement to the throngs of scribes
waiting behind the barbed wire.
One member of the Libels machine, who wishes to remain
anonymous, was reached at his home by the press. After
accepting statements swearing their commitment to secrecy
the press received his impressions of the first workout.
"Feldman is vicious. The calisthenics weren't bad, but that
speech at halftime!?! No wonder the Libels are so good, they're
taking out their utter frustrations on the opponents," cried the
lanky junior quarterback from New York.
One thing you should do is get those gridde pickings into
the Daily by midnight Friday for the Pizza Bob pizza.
Last week's illustrious winners were the team of Dean
Smith and Tom Behm of the Michigan training room.

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