Wednesdoy, July 17, 1974-
THE MICHIGN DALY
Wednesday, July 17, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven
W. Hayes recuperated;
Returns to active duty
By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Woody
Hayes goes back to ,xork Mon-
And the 61-year-old Ohio
State University football coach
has lost none of his fiery spirit.
I'll coach. You're damned
right, I'll coach," vowed the
Buckeyes' leader for the un-
precedented 23 seasons, re-
covering from a June 6 heart
Abiding by physicians' orders,
Hayes would not permit an in-
terview in his suburban 'i o m e.
"They (the doctors) are trying
to keep everybody away," le ex-
Instead, he granted a 10-min-
ute telephone interview, touch-
ing on what his new lifestyle
"Those 16-hour days for me
are over. The doctors are in-
sisting on that," admitted
Hayes, long regarded as one
of the college game's hardest
"I'll probably slow down on
things unimportant. Not coach-
ing. I'll cut way down on my
speeches and that sort of thing.
"I don't expect my life to
change that much though," said
Hayes, whose 192 career college
victories place him second only
to Alabama's Paul "Bear" Bry-
Ohio State has the potential
to be a national championship
contender this fall. Therefore,
Hayes is chomping at the bit to
resume his planning for the
start of practice Aug. 26
CHICAGO (W) - Former U.S.
Olympian Jim Forbes, a f'urth-
round choice in the National
Basketball Association college
draft, has been signed by the
Forbes, a 6-foot-8 forward,
was a defensive star and re-
bounder at the University of
Texas - El Paso and played on
the 1972 Olympic team that Lost
Forbes has been troubled by
a knee injury the past two sea-
sos, but the Bulls believe if he
can regain his previous form he
could be the "biggest sleeper of
the entire 1974 draft."
His plans to mastermind the
offense haven't waivered.
"We have two new offen-
sive coaches so I can't stand
on the sidelines and watch.
I couldn't stand that," he said.
Hayes, the winner of three na-
tional titles and nine Big Ten
Conference crowns, wil start
Monday with staff meetings
with his assistant coaches.
The Denison University grad-
uate, a lifelone coach at Ohio
high schools and colleges, can't
wait for Monday.
"I haven't done anything for
six weeks. That's the hell of
it. They wouldn't even let me
out of the house last week,"
He has used the recovery ume
to go through 1,000 letters, in-
cluding one from President Nix-
on, a close friend.
"He tried to call me twice
while I was in the hospital," re-
vealed Hayes. "The President
wrote me at home before he left
on his Moscow trip. He just
wished me good health."
Hayes said he had not talk-
ed with Glenn "Bo" Schem-
bechler, once his assistant and
now the head coach at bitter
rival Michigan. Schembechler
recovered successfully from a
"He tried to reach me when
I was in the hospital. But they
wouldn't let him talk to me,'
Hayes said of Schembechler.
Among the flowers and books
Meet & Greet
1429 Hill Street
the Buckeyes coach received
were five books about George
Patton, four of them the same
"It was a new one, a British
biography called, 'Patton, a
Study in Command.' It's a fine
one. The Britishers are pretty
fair-minded in their attitude to-
ward Americans," Hayes said.
The coach long has been an
admirer of Patton. Some say
his offense, ground-accented
around a powerful fullback,
resembles Patton's famed
tank tactics during World War
The portly Hayes has taken
off some 14 pounds during his
recovery and he's disappointed.
"I haven't been doing a n y-
thing. I'm restricted to 1,200 cal-
ories a day," he said.
Hayes has a practice of view-
ing films of Saturday's game
far into the same night in his
office. That custom likely won't
"I'll probably snooze for an
hour. I'll get rid of the press
quicker so I can get back to
work," he predicted.
That sounds like the same, old
Woody, noted for frequent run-
ins with the news media.
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AMtERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
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waukee, 56; Bando, Oakland, 56. Runs
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Rivers, Cal, 102; Money, Mil, 100; A. Cedeno, Htu, 105.
Johnson, Tex, 100. Doubles
Doubles Cardenal, Chi, 24; stennett, Pgh,
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Healy, KC, 21; Carew, Min, 21; Bur- 21; Stargell, Pgh, 21; R. Smith, StL,
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Rivers, Cal, 7; Ot, BC, 7; Bisle, Gaarr, Ati, 12; D. Cash, Phi, 8;
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stolen Bases Stolen Bases
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