100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 20, 1972 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1972-06-20

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 20, 1972

PaeTnrHICIA7DIYTusaJune_20..1972

BO AIDES BEAR:
M' grid quintet leads star list

Wa 'KEEMIP
ME W
t E NIRY0BSQ.
Because its my country,
And its getting dirty
That's why.
- xJ
KeepAmerica Clean.
Keep America Beautiful.
Advert sng contributed
fo th e lcgood.
Join The Daily
CiRCULATiON DEPT.
Come in any afternoon
420 Maynard

By ELLIOT LEGOW
Five seniors from last sea-
son's 11-1, Big Ten champion
Wolverine football team will be
playing this Saturday night for
the East squad in the annual
Coaches' All-American game in
Lubbock. Texas,
No other school has produced
as many players for either
squad this year and the five
Wolverine stars will be joined
by their former coach Bo
Schembechler. Head Coach for
the east will be Paul "Bear"
Bryant of Alabama and the
Bear selected Schembechler as
one of his assistants.
The Wolverine players select-
ed for the team were: tailback
Bill Taylor, center Guy Mur-
dock, linebacker Mike Taylor,
flanker Glenn Doughty, and
safety Torn Darden. All five are
expected to start for the East.
Taylor will be joined in the
East backfield by Bryant's for-
mer all-America Johnny Mus-
MCAT-DAT-GRE
LSAT-ATGSB
NATL. BDS.
* Preparation for tests reuired for
admission to graduate and pro-
fessonal schools
O Six and twelve session groups
O Small groups
* Voluminous material for home
study prepared by experts in
Poch field
SLeson sch edule can be tailored
to meet individual needs
Summer Sessions
Special Compact Courses
Weekends-I ntersessions
STANLEY H. KAPLAN
EDUCATIONAL CENTER
DETROIT BRANCH
21711 W. Ten Mile Rd., Suite 113
Southafield, Michigan 48075
13131 354-0085
Success Through Education
Since 1938
Branches in principal cities in U.S.
The Tutoring School with the
Nationwide Reputation

so. Musso, who is headed to
Canada for his pro career, and
Taylor who will be playing for
the Atlanta Falcons are expect-
ed to be carrying the brunt of
the East's offense.
The quarterbacks for the
East are a pair of unheralded
southerners, Joe Gilliam of
Tennessee State and Paul Mil-
ler of North Carolina. Doughty,
now of the Baltimore Colts,
should be one of their prime
targets.
Murdock, now a robust 240
pounds compared to the 220 he
carried while playing college
ball will move on to the Hous-
ton Oilers' training camp after
the action is Lubbock.
The Wolverines on defense
and Schembechler, who is ex-
pected to be defensive coach,
will have to contend with the
West's wishbone offense. Coach
for the West will be Oklahoma's
Chuck Fairbanks, a prime ad-
vocate of the wishbone and the
West's starting quarterback will
be the Sooners' Jack Mildren.
Darden, the number one draft
choice of the Cleveland Browns
and an all-America at safety
may also get to practice his
work at punt returns, and Mike
Taylor, also all-America and a
first round draft choice, of the

New York Jets, will be anchor-
ing the defense at middle line-
backer.
Saturday night's game will be
broadcast on nationwide tele-
vision but will certainly not be
the first. or likely the last, t.v
exposure for the Michigan
stars.
Three of them along with all-
America Reggie McKenzie and
Mike Keller will also be par-
ticipating in the annual All-
Star game July 28 in Chicago
against the Super Bowl cham-
pion Dallas Cowboys. In that
game, too, Michigan will boast
the largest contingent of its
graduates on the 49 man col-
lege team.
Mike Taylor, Darden and
Doughty will join McKenzie and
Keller in Chicago for that
game. Keller who excelled for
Michigan at defensive end will
probably be used at linebacker,
the position the Cowboys se-
lected him for when they chosi'
him in the third round of last
year's college draft.
McKenzie, who joined Mike
Taylor and Darden as concen-
sus all - Americans last season
was an early second .round
draft choice of the Buffalo Bills
and should be starting for the
All-Stars at one of the guard
positions.

ARE YOU A

the place to meet
INTERESTING people
ORGANIZATIONAL
MEETING
Sumr72
en .
EVERYONE INVITED
to core and help'
T y usJ -8 P.M.
S. W.-W Lug
REFRESHMENTS AFTERWARDS
No Mssical Knowledge Needed
Further Info: 663-4875,
769-1605

MIKE TAYLOR (33), former
Michigan m i d d I e lineback-
er, shows his stuff against h i s
Buckeye buddies in a game last
season. Enjoying an excellent
view of the action is defensive
back, Tom Darden (35). These
two will be among five Wolver-
ine standouts including B ill y
Taylor, Glenn Doughty and Guy
Murdock who 'ill particip'atc in
the Coaches' All-American game
this Satuirday night.
Billboa rd
Tickets have gone on sale at
the Michigan Ticket Offic-, State
and Hoover, for t' )Detroit
Lions - Cleveland lir s Ex-
hibition football gamy. Th r ,.e
will be played Augusit 20 i
Michigan Stadium ai lticke's
are being sold on a first-comie
first-serve basis at ,6.(O apiec.
Orders already receic' in the
mail will receive cpirity. The
ticket office is open from 8:30
to 4:3( daily. Montlay t I r u
Friday.

Drunk ? Debaucherer ? Degenerate ?
IF SO, TRY THE
DAILY SPORTS STAFF
"No matter how bad you are,
we'll make you worse."

Have some time on
your hands?
Truck on down to the
/'Daily and join the Busi-
ness Staff
See FRAN at 420 Maynard
M-F 10-12, M-W-F 2-4, or Call 764-0560

r 'v

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan