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Friday, September 221, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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It was January 1, 1972, that the Michigan Wolverines, '
on the trail of an undefeated season, ran into the Thunder-
chickens. The Stanford defensive unit never let the Michigan
offense get untracked all day, doing their part to inflict a
13-12 defeat on the Maize and Blue.
The Thunderchickens are gone now, playing pro ball in
Minnesota, Houston, San Diego, and other towns. But the I A
Stanford defense that remains is still not a unit to be taken ARMYNA VY SURPLUS
lightly.
Bo Schembechler realizes their potential. Referring to
Stanford's debacle against Penn State he said, "Stanford 518 EAST WILLIAM
played a great game on defense (against Penn State). They 10-5:30 761-6207
have some great people like Roger Stilwell and Randy Poltl,
who played a great game against us in the Rose Bowl."
Stilwell, a junior, is already one Stop in and See our rge
of the best defensive linemen in
the country. Only a junior, Stilwell da l selection of winter coats:
features agility and speed, and has
a reputation of being impossible to
block one on one. He should be
quite a challenge for Curtis Tucker.
Poltl's "great game" against
Michigan consisted of ten unas- NIGHT EDITOR Down Parkas . . $48.50
sisted tackles. A genuine all JOEL GREER
America candidate, he holds down
strong safety.________ _______
Joining Stilwell on the line inA F ek1fl4
Stanford's pro-style defense are Ferguson, as you may remem-
end Pat Donovan and tackles Pete ber, was the man who was drag- A FP k6 2
Hanson and Joe Martin, Hanson is ged into the end zone by Ed Shut- A
described as a "smart player," tlesworth that gave Michigan a
which is a nice asset for a defen- temporary lead in the Rose Bowl. P Coats $2 .
sive tackle to have. Donovan and Ferguson has now forgotten that aM.ll
Martin saw considerable action cheap call, and should have a spe-
last year in a reserve capacity. cial incentive in Saturday's game.! RegmTseField
They may not be the Thunder- Last season, the Stanford defenseg ai n
chickens, but they should get the was termed the "mystery defense"
job done. as its 'only consistent trait was
Stanford lost its entire starting inconsistency. It could be better J
linebacking corps to graduation. this time around.
Coach Jack Christensen has done ------Wool Air Force Coats (Used) $9.98
a capable job in repairing this unit.
Senior Gordon Riegel and sopho-
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In the middle is a remarkable
athlete named Forrie Martin. Mar- FOLL ETTS 4 ypesof Split
tin runs the 40 in 4.5 seconds, the Typesin97,ad itrit oyu
100 in 9.7, and hits with joyous
abandon. Michigan coaches speakd am A .
of him with a touch of envy in f d spp Hood Parkasfrom $24.99
their voices.
The secondary is the strength of:

Stanford Athletic Deportment Photo
ROGER STILLWELL (91), the fulcrum in the 1973 Stanford Cardinal defense, takes off in hot pursuit of Washington's fabled Sonny Six-
killer (6) in 1972 action. Although the Cardinal defense figured to be weak in '73, volatile Penn State was pressed to push over 20 points
in an opening day victory over Stanford. Perhaps the biggest question going into Saturday's Stanford-Michigan tussle is whether the

Indians will be able to stop the potent Michigan attack.

CARDINALS CRUMBLE:
Pittsburgh

clings to, East

lead
Foster belted two homers
eds, giving him three for

By The Associated Press e Cub Exwalked, stole second, continued to
NEW YORK - Ron Hodges de- xpthird on catcher Bob Stinson's wild
livered a 'two-out single in the win- CHICAGO-Rick Monday banged throw and raced home on Randy
ning run and give the New York out three hits and scored three Hundley's squeeze bunt.
Mets a 4-3 victory over the Pitts- runs yesterday to lead the revived* *
burgh Pirates Thursday night. Chicago Cubs to a 5-4 victory over
John Miner and Ken Boswell the Montreal Expos. Bry ant rolls
started the 13th with walks and Singles by Monday and Don Kes- SAN FRANCISCO - Lefthander
Don Hahn popped out attempting singer, who also had three hits, Ron Bryant struggled to his 23rd
to bunt. Hodges followed with his and the first of three wild pitches victory, Chris Speier's bases-load-
single to left off reliever Dave by Montreal starter Steve Renko, ed triple sparked a six-run, third-
14-11, gave the Cubs a 1-0 lead in inning rally, and the San Fran-
The victory boosted the Mets the first inning. cisco Giants outlasted the Cin-
into second place in the National Bob Bailey tied the game for cinnati Reds 7-5 yesterday.
ust one-half game Montreal in the second when he Bryant, 23-11, was trailing 4-1
League East, s - m hit his 25th home run of the base- when the Giants erupted with six
ei Metsent the gamball season to extend his hitting consecutive hits in the third. Suc-
etie on the strengtheogaf Duf streak to 13 games. cessivq' singles by Bobby Bonds,
Dyer's two-out run-scoring double Chicago regained the lead for ITito Fuentes and Garry Maddox
in the ninth. Pinch-hitter Boswell good in the third when Monday started the rally and chased Reds
led off the inning with a single and doubled, went to third on a single starter Ross Grimsley.
was sacrificed to second. One out by Kessinger and scored when sec- Reliever Dick Baney, 1-1, yielded
later, Dyer belted a double off the ond baseman Larry Lintz bobbled a single to Gary Matthews and
wall in left field to tie the game Billy Williams' grounder. Speier's triple for a 5-4 Giants
at 3-3 The Cubs got what turned out lead. Run-scoring singles by Dave
Dave Cash ripped a two-out dou- to be the winning run in the sixth, Kingman and Bryant capped .the
ble in the Pittsburgh ninth inning making it 5-1 when Paul Popovich rally.
to give the Bucs a brief 3-2 lead
Bob Robertson drew a walk to}
start the inning, Dal Maxvill sac Major League Standings
rificed him to second and, after
an intentional q alk to Richie Heb- AERICAN LEAGUE
ner, Cash delivered his tie break- NATIONAL LEAGUE
ing hit. East
East

n. Pete Rose's leadoff the Stanford team. They finished
hit-batsman, Bryant's er- number one in pass defense in the
>ickoff attempt and Tony Pac-8 last season, and they have
n-scoring grounder gave a good chance of doing it again.
two runs in the first. Poltl, along with veteran sidekick
Jim Ferguson provides the nu-
cleus. Jim Kaffen and Doc Blan-!
, chard round out the secondary.

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YTROIT-Don Baylor collected
four singles, stole three bases,
scored two runs and drove in two
others while Jim Palmer fired his
second consecutive shutout in the
Baltimore Orioles' 9-0 victory over
the Detroit Tigers last night.
Baltimore pelted Tiger pitchers
for 15 hits-all singles.
The Orioles also pulled off a
triple play in the fifth against
pinch-hitter Frank Howard. Dick
Sharon was on first and Aurelio
Rodriguez was on second when
Howard hit a grounder to Brooks:
Robinson at third. Robinson step-
ped on the bag to force Rodriguez,
threw to second to force Sharon,
and the relay was in time to retire
Howard.
The Orioles, who stole five bases
in the first three innings, jumped
to a 3-0 lead in the first with Bay-
lor stealing hone for one of the
runs. The other run in the inning
scored when Baylor stole second
and catcher Bill Freehan's throw
to second base was wild for an!
error.

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PHILADELPHIA - Bob Boone
and Greg Luzinski hit solo home
runs in the sixthtinning last night'
- to break a 4-4 tie and give the
'Philadelphia Phillies a 6-5 victory
over the St. Louis Cardinals.
The P'hillies took a 3-0 lead in
the second when Denny Doyle
homered after aswalk to Mike
Schmidt and a single. by Larry
Bowa. They added a run in the
fourth when Bowa singled, took
second as Mike Rogodzinski walk-
ed, went to third on a passed ball
and scored on D~oyle's sacrifice
fly.
St. Louis scored an unearned runj
in the second, then used consecu-
tive singles by Bake McBride, Ted
Simmons and Tim McCarver to
score again in the third. After Joe
Torre was intentionally walked,
Bernie Carbo walked to force in
the third St. Louis run.
The Cardinals tied it 4-4 in the
sixth when McBride was hit with a
pitch and scored on Simmons' dou-
ble. Carbo hit his eighth home run
in the seventh to make it 6-5.

Balt i more
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Detroit
New York
:Milwaukee
Cleveland
Oakland
Kansas City
Minnesota
jChicago
California
Texas

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Pct. GBz
:546 7 Pittsburgh
.526 10 New York
.490 1512 Montreal
.474 18 St. Louis
.438 23%2 Chicago
Philadelphia

West

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Yesterday's Results

Minnesota 4 Oakland 3, 1st '
Oakland at Minnesota 2nd, inc.<
California 6, Texas 4, 1st, 11 innings {
California at Texas 2nd, inc.1
Baltimore 9. Detroit 0
Kansas City 10, Chicago 3
Other clubs not scheduledt
Today's Games
Oakland (Holtzman 20-12) at M-in
:esota (Corbin 6-5)t
California (Hand 5-6) at Texas (Clyde
4-6)
Boston (Pattin 13-14) at Detroit
(Lolich 15-14)
Chicago (Kaat 14-13) at Kansas Cityj
(Busby 14-15)<
Baltimore (Alexander 10-8) at Mil-
waukee (Champion 5-7)
Only games scheduled

Yesterday's Results
Chicago 5, Montreal 4
San Francisco 7, Cincinnati 5
Philadelphia, 6, St. Louis 5
New York 4, Pittsburgh 3 (13 innings)
Atlanta at Los Angeles, inc.
Other clubs not scheduled
S Today's Games
Montreal (Rogers 9-3) at Chicago
(Hlooton 13-14)
Pittsburgh (Blass 3-8) at New York
(Seaver 17-10)
St. Louis (Wise 13-12) at Philadelphia
(Ruthven 6-9)
j San Francisco (D'Aquisto 0-0 and
Barr 11-15) at San Diego (Greif 9-16 and
Jones 5-5), 2
Cincinnati (Billingham 18-9) at .Los
Angeles (Osteen 16-10)
Only games scheduled

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Rev. Soyu Matsuoka
to be followed by an aikido demonstration
by one of the foremost instructors
Sensei Takashi Kushida
7th degree black belt

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