Friday, September 27, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By RAY O'HARA
Michigan football fanatics will
be treated to a third consecu-
tive gridiron duel in their friend-
ly local stadium this Saturday
as the Maize and Blue attempt
to write another chapter in theI
continuing saga of Bo's Re-
The bad guys in this episode
will be one of the nation's most
consistently under-rated football
teams, the Midshipmen of the
Naval Academy. Navy's un-
deserved reputation as a push-
over is now as obsolete as Penn
State's ranking in the top ten,
but head coach George Welsh
is not caught up in the euphoria
which pervades the rest of the
"Everyone around here is
pretty excited, but for all I
know we could fall flat and
drop the next nine games."
Come on Coach, Army is still
on the schedule.
"Actually," he conceded, "I
feel we have a very good chance
to have a winning record for
the first time in seven years."
Fresh from the sinking of the
Nittany Lions, Welsh's guarded
optimism seems better than
justified and as for the game
with Michigan, "We're just go-I
ing to play our game," he
volunteered, "and not worry
about doing anything special."
If Navy does play their game
the Wolverine faithful can ex-
pect an afternoon of rugged go-
ing because Navy's game is
defense. The Midshipmen are
tough and experienced on the
.................................::.. weigh in at 210 each while new positions. Split-end Ike on that autumn afternoon by a
tackle Randy Seaward tips the Owens has speed but is untested 26-21 Navy victory. Last year
lscales at only 220. Gary Reed and Jim Woolley, the tight-end, the outmanned Middies were
D (210) at center and either Dick is a converted defensive tackle. the opposition in Michigan's
Feckler or Steve Barilich (both The last year that the Naval toughest game outside of Ohio
I i ori =240) at the other tackle fill out Academy finished with a win- State. After that narrow 14-0
the offensive shock troops. ning record was 1967 and one escape the Maize and Blue can
Wolverine backers should not of their victims en route was a ill afford to be complacent this
NIGHT EDITOR. pass the bottles up prematurely, certain group of Wolverines who year. Penn State is already
BRIAN DEMING however, because Cleveland were reasonably sure of victory. tucked away in Davy Jones'
:":::::..:.I Cooper does not need a lot of Michigan was rudely awakened locker.
defensive line with tackles room in order to cause con-
George Markulis and Dave sternation or worse among the
Papak leading the pass rush, defenders.
and co-captain Tim Harden I "Cleveland is playing a little f
helping to quash opposition run- lighter this year," claims of The D a l
ning efforts. Big (6-4, 235), hard- Welsh about his star senior
hitting linebacker Andy Bushak halfback, "and his cuts are a
looms beyond the Middies' first lot better as a result." This
wave and he may receive help kind of news is unwelcome at
from no less than Julius Caeser best in the Michigan camp Hillsdale appoints Lindsay
in carrying the linebacking load, where the coaches are al-
though Tom Gardner is a more ready wrestling with the prob- HILLSDALE, Mich. - Former Detroit Red Wing great Ted
likely starting choice. Bushak lem of dealing with a fullback Lindsay has been appointed interim coach of the Hillsdale Col-
is aiming to surpass his 1973 who throws passes. Bob Jack- lege hockey team, officials announced Wednesday.
total of 80 tackles. son, who played quarterback Hillsdale officials said Lindsay, who has agreed to take the
The defensive backfield is in high school, has been known coaching job at least through the fall semester, will replace Jim
set with Chet Moeller, the to pull up and throw on Drawbridge, who resigned.
rover, providing the biggest those occasions when he is not
headaches for the opposition plowing over or through op- Gamecocks seek coach
with a record of two inter- position tacklers.
ceptions, two fumble recover- Improving junior Phil Poirier KANSAS CITY -- Orlando Cepeda will be placed on waivers
ies and over 70 tackles last mans the quarterback position by the Kansas City Royals today.
season. Lettermen Ward Hill for Navy and has proved ade- A Royal spokesman said the club will ask waivers on the 37-
and Ed Jeter capably fill the quate in the Middies' two vic- year-old slugger for the purpose of granting him an uncondi-
cornerback positions while tories thus far this season. Un- tional release.
junior Gene Ford shows pro- fortunately for the Navy passing
mise at safety. attack, the receiving corps epedap aced on waivers
When Navy gets their hands could hardly be more inexper-
on the pigskin they will be hard- ienced. Wing-back Robin Ameen COLUMBIA, S. C. - President William Patterson of the
pressed to clear paths through missed the final two thirds of University of South Carolina said yesterday he has named a
the Michigan defense. The prob- last season while recovering committee to seek a new football coach to succeed Paul Dietzel
lem stems from the Middies' from a knee injury and his in 1975.
depressing lack of size. Guards aerial-snaring companions have Dietzel has resigned -- effective at the end of this season -
Cliff Collier and Bill Driscoll, played even less time at their after serving as head coach for nine years. He wants to remain
at athletic director, but the school's trustees have not reached
Gridde Picks Goodrich reports
LOS ANGELES - Gail Goodrich, all-league guard of the
Los Angeles Lakers, ended his one-week holdout yesterday and
When Bo Schembechler was a boy, he had two burning reported to the National Basketball Association team's training
ambitions. He wanted to pitch for the Cleveland Indians, and he camp.
wanted to enter Gridde Pickings and win a free Pizza Bob pizza.
Photo courtesy of Naval Academy
POWERFUL FULLBACK Bob Jackson of the Naval Academy follows his blocker on a sweep in
action from last season. Apart from being a br uising runner, Jackson can also pass on the
option play. Applying a skill he learned as a h igh school quarterback, Jackson surprised Penn
State by throwing for Navy's solitary touchdow n in their rain-drenched 7-6 upset of the Lions
Pittsburgh clobbers Mets-
White Sox sweep Rangers
By The Associated Press National Leag
NEW YORK-Al Oliver drove winner. He w
in five runs with a single and hits in 313
a pair of two-run homers and Cesar Cedeno
Willie Stargell added a three- in the third.
run blast, powering the Pitts-
burghtPirates to an11-S victory H r
over the New York Mets last HIo~se1111n
night and into a first-place tie DETROIT-
with St. Louis in the National who tied the
League East. run homer in
Pittsburgh erupted for four smacked a tw
runs in the first inning before 10th, lifting t
Jerry Koosman, 14-11, could re- to a 5-3 victor
tire a batter. Tigers last ni
That started Juan Pizarro on Both of Mon
the way to evening his record came off De
at 1-1. The veteran left-hander John Hiller, 1
scattered 10 hits before giving The Tigers
way to Ramon Hernandez in in the sixth,
j the ninth. rookie Dan M
gue's first 20-game
as battered for 10
's three-run homer
game with a two-
the ninth inning,!
'o-run single in the
he Boston Red Sox
ry over the Detroit
ntgomery's big hits
troit's relief ace,
got all their runsI
two scoring on
Jorge Orta knocked in three but Chicago came back to
runs in the first game with a score two runs in the fourth and
double and a sacrifice fly. Tony three in the sixth inning.
Muser knocked in the other two Sharp's run - scoring grounder
Chicago runs with a two-run and Stein's single tied the score
triple. at 2-2 and two innings later, a
Texas took a 2-0 lead in the1 single by Sharp, a double by
third inning of the nightcap off Stein and a single by Pete Var-
Bart Johnson, whose record ney scored runs off Jim Bibby,
jumped to 10-4 with the victory, 19-19.
Bo never became a pitcher, a decision that changed the
course of history. But if you get your Griddies in to 420 Maynard
by Friday night, the pizza willt
1. Navy at MICHIGAN
2. Washington St. at Illinois
3. Indiana at Kentucky
4. Penn St. at Iowa
S. MSU at UCLA
6. TCU at Minnesota
* * *
CINCINNATI - Hot - hitting
Ken Griffey and pinch-hitter
Merv Rettenmund belted dou-
bles to key a five-run fifth-in-
ning rally that carried the Cin-
cinnati Reds to a 10-6 victory
over the Houston Astros last
Griffey snapped a 6-6 tie with
his run - scoring double, his
fourth hit of the night. Retten-
mund followed with a pinch-hit
bases-loaded double to score
two more runs.
Starter Jack Billingham failed
in his third bid to become the
Boston moved four games be-
hind American League East-
leading Baltimore. However, a
combination of three more Red
Sox losses or Orioles victories
would eliminate Boston from the
division title race.
-. * *
ARLINGTON, Tex. - Jim
Kaat pitched a five - hitter
for his 20th victory in the first
game and Bill Stein and Bill
Sharp drove in two runs each
in the nightcap to lead the Chi-
cigo White Sox to a 5-1 and 7-2
doubleheader sweep of the Tex-
as Rangers last night.
7. Northwestern at Nebraska
8. SMU at Ohio St.
9. Purdue at Notre Dame
10. Wisconsin at Colorado
11. Arizona State at Missouri
12. Grambling vs. Morgan St.
(game in Washington, D.C.)
13. Edinboro St. at Slippery
14. Miami (F) at Tampa
15. Texas at Texas Tech
16. W. Virginia at Tulane
17. Tennessee at Auburn
18. N. Carolina at Maryland
19. S. Carolina at Georgia
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Chicago 5, Texas 1, 1st
Chicago 7, Texas 2, 2nd
Boston 5. Detroit 3,n10dinnings
Kansas City 10, California 1
Oakland 2. Minnesota I
Only games scheduled
New York (Dobson 17-15) at
Cleveland (Peterson 9-13).
Milwaukee (Colborn 10-12) at Bal-
timore (Palmer 7-12).
Boston (Cleveland 11-14) at De-
troit (Fryman 6-8).
Texas (Jenkins 24-12) at Kansas
City (Fitzmotris .12-6).
eittsburgh 11, New York 5
Cincinnati 10, Houston 6
Los Angeles at San Diego
Only games scheduled
St. Louis (Gibson 10-12) at Chi-
cago (Dettore 3-4).
Pittsburgh (Reuss 15-11) at New
York (Matlack 13-13).
San Francisco (Barr 13-9) at Cin-
cinnati (Gullett 17-11).
Philadelphia (Lonborg 16-12) at
Montreal (Blair 10-7).
Los Angeles (Sutton 18-9) at San
Diego (Spillner 8-1l).
Di,1 games scheduled.
CINCINNATI Reds catcher Johnny Bench hangs onto the ball after making the tag on Hous-
ton's Ray Busse during the fourth inning in Cincinnati last night. Busse was called out on the
play, and the Reds went on to win the game 10-6. The win keeps Cincinnati in the race in
the National League West Division.
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