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Friday, November 3., 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine]

Friday, November 3, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

USC-UCLA to

battle for

Pac-8

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I do not make decisions, The
party tells me what to do. The
party. The party, THE PARTY.
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s;orts squads from states border-
ing on Mexico and Canada. But for
those terested in where it's real-_
ly at in the Pac-8, focus in on the
fort'mes of two Los Angeles-based
elevens.
USC and UCLA have spreadeag-
led the field, building two g a m e
"all-important-loss-column" leads
over Stanford, Washington and
Washington State.
Unless the conference also-rans
mess it up, the November 18th
winner of the "Battle for LA"
earns the host's role in the Rose

I James MCAIISter ana hermit Bonn eis.

son, stand 1-2 among Pac-8 rush-
ers.
Quarterbacks Mark H a r -
mon and Rob Scriber total 762i
ground yards, a production of
nearly 100 yards per game from
the signal callers.
On defense, the Bruins a r e
young but tough. "I call them
the scavengers," peppered Rod-
gers. "They're always picking up
fumbles or interceptinghpasses."
Inconsistent line play hurts the
scavengers at times.

USC's defgense is stingy at
best, limiting opposing runners
to 70 yards per game, the best
mark against the run in the coun
try; Although the Trojans sur-
render 144 passing y a r d s per
game, one USC observer explains
'why:
"We get so far ahead in ourj
games, the other team is forcedI
to pass. Then we lay back to pro-
tect against the bomb, they com-!
plete those little nine and ten
yarders.

By JIM ECKER 369 yards per game. (Oklahoma is and eight touchdowns.
Tee Pacfic-8 football conference first at 400). "The Blaif Pair," sub ranks fifth among
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The super-
Pac-8 rush-

In action tomorrow, USC plays
Washington State in Seattle. The
Cougars stand 2-2 in conference
play, with the possibility of be-
coming 3-1 overnight
Earlier in the year, California
beat Washington State, but used
an ineligible player in the process.
Pac-8 administrators are stalling
in deciding if California should for-
feit the game, waiting to see if
their decision will affect the con-
ference standings.
UCLA meets Stanford, also 2-2.
The Cardinals are struggling after
escaping with their lives against
weak Oregon State last week.

Bowl. USC, the nation's top-ranked
That UCLA is even in the run- club, operates a more diversified
ning surprises more west coast attack than UCLA. The Trojans are
pundits. Predictions of "no bet- a powerful running team, but are
ter th-n fourth" summed up also effective through the air.
Bruin preseason prospects.
Even second year coach Pepper USC's per game yardage of 450
Rodgers expresses surprise. "The breaks down to 250 on the ground
and 200 via the air.

Texas names Whitey Herzog;
Lakers acquire Bill Bridges
By The Associated Press

team na exceeIed e y expecia
tions,"said the former Kansas
mentor. "This has been a trial and
and we're getting better at it."
The new offense is the wishbone-'
T, a formation designed with the
running back in mind. And r u n
they have.
The Bruins rank second nation-
ally in rushing offense, averaging

M Rae throws the ball accur- Dorrell "Whitey" Herzog, 41, director of the New York Mets'
ately, mostly to Charles Young and farm system, signed a two-year contract yesterday to manage the
John McKay, jr. Young is a 6'4" Texas Rangers of the American League, the hitless wonders of base-
All-American tight end who h a s ball.

hauled in 17 passes for 303 yards
and 3 touchdowns. McKay, t h e
coach's son, has caught 22 for:
295 yards and four scores.
Anthony Davis, who has yet to
start a game for USC, leads the
Trojan ball carriers with 562 yards
IF YOU.

"I know the needs of the Rangers . . . I know they need to know
how to hit . . . They are even worse than the Mets," said Herzog,
a blunt-talking former major league outfielder.
Terms of the contract were not announced, but Herzog's salary
was estimated at $35,000.
*~ * *
* LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Lakers acquired Bill Bridges
and Mel Counts from the Philadelphia 76ers for Leroy Ellis and John
Q. Trapp in a National Basketball Association trade yesterday.
Bridges, a 6-foot-6 forward, boasts the rebounding strength of the
defending NBA champion Lakers. His average of 13.5 rebounds was
10th best in the league last season.
Counts, a 7-footer and a former Laker, has a career scoring
average of 9.5 points.
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