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August 06, 1975 - Image 12

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Page Twelve



Brown neglected by M
By MARC FELDMAN his back, sst forlornly on the se. You go and ask McKay, tion of former USC stalwarts,
Special To The Dainy sidelines. why t didn't play I don't know," Anthony Davis, J. K. McKay,
CHICAGO - The outstanding Brown said. and Pat Htaden.
college football players of 1974 A CHICAGO PAPER had re- Brown, Michigan's first two-
and the National Football ported Friday morning that A L T H 0 U G H he didn't time All - American since Ron
League champion Pittsburgh Brown would not start for the say it, part of Brown's resent- Kramer in the mid-Fifties, is
Steelers gathered at medieval All-Stars and Southern Cal ment probably stemmed from glad the All - Star circuit is
Soldier Field last Friday night Coach John McKay because "he the fellows playing ahead of over. "They're a lot of fun and
for the 42nd annual charity lacks the experience against him, Charles Phillips and Mar- you make a lot of friends but
game. passing that McKay's staff
The starting lineups were would wish." - -- - - -, - -:. ,-: -mgsssseagisstii -lismnsitms:im -
sprinkled with last year's big After the All-Stars succumb-
names like Muean J. Greene, ed to a late Steeler rally, 21-14, "f couldn't believe what I was reading. Here
Franco Harris, and Terry Brown talked about his treat-
Bradshaw of the Steelers and ment by McKay at the annuaI I am a defensive back and he's telling me I
Richard Wood, Neal Colzie, and classic. c ' play Ieege 'm not used to oif n 0
Steve Bartkowski for the All- "I couldn't believe what I an ,,fne.sttn
Stars. was reading. Here I am a de- any bench."

Coizie, an Oakland Raider]
draft pick from Ohio State, sai
together on the sidelines when
the All-Stars had the ball, shat<
tering more than a few fans'
image of lifelong hostility be-
tween old Blues and old Scar,
"Colzie and I are good
friends" Brown said. "Football
1s inst a game, a form of en~
ertai"ment for people. Yo"
h""e got to keep te game Is
the 'sinner nersoective. Sure we
elk ala te mes we playeg
So ore the disappointments of
this All-Star game. Dave is
ostoardly a quiet, intsnse is-
dividoal who normally keeps
his emotions sealed up inside
hims. The Steeler locker roots
Ia" inst "cross a runway front
th'- Stars and a smiling Dave
Browsn was soxions to meet his
tentates and the challenge
of bresking in with a chant
pionship team.
Brown will be equal to thet
challenge. He is a champion.

A pretty wets known psayer
from these parts, two-time con-
sensus All-American Dave
Brown of Michigan, was not-
ably absent when the colle-
gians were playing defense. The
first round choice of Pittsburgh
got into, the game, playing a
couple of series in the second
quarter and participating on
the "suicide squads", but for
most of the game, Brown,
sporting an unfamiliar "36" on

teosive back and ne's telinmg
toe I can't play defense. I'm
not usned to sitting on any
bench," Brown said.
"5 didn't get treated very
swell here. I was picked at the
last minute even though I was
drafted in the first round and
an All-American. I was playing
in an All-Star game in Texas
in late Jsune, and McKay sent
my father a telegram telling
me to report to Chicago on Jsuly

via Cobb, both coincidentally I want to get to th
matriculated at Southern Cal. camp."
Nobody walked out of Soldier "Something like thit
Field thinking McKay had ing just gives me mc
shortchanged his boys. Nine tive to win a starting
Trojans graced the All-Star the Steelers," Brown
roster in all, a total made more
amazing by the non-participa- AlL - STAR team's

e Steeler
ire incen-
job with
sate Neal

Major League Stasedings

ew Ysrk Eas s.S 8,
Cleteland 40 58 .415'0
oakiand . 60 41 .624 -
Kansas City tO 40 .550 8
CSlcagi, 52 57 .47 it
' ~ Texas .1 50 .464 17'..
SCatitsrsia 40 62 .441 70
Minni-sta 40 t3 .438 2O'
last Night's Re.siits
Caiitsrnia 50, Chicago 4. 2nd
game, Sac.
slilanl 2, Texss 2, 2nd
Baleimsee 3, Buson 0
leveeiand 8,i Deroit 4
Kinsas City 0, Minuiessta I
- Ntew Ysrk 4,SMiiwauiiee 3
Tsday's Garnet
saitinmnee (Grimsiey 7-li and TFr-
T rez13-6) at iDetrsit ILa5.rat 7-iS
and Lenmantayk 0-3), 2, 1-n
New Ysrk (Medieh 9-22 at Ciete-
land (Petiersoi 5-21, n
Mininesnia (Blyleseii 10-a) ai Kan-
Doily Photo by KtN FINK sas City (Binsiy 14-I), fl
WHILE THE YOUNGER generation recognized former MIchigan safety Dave Brown's prowess on noston (Tlant 13-i19) at Miiwaa-
the football field by mobbing him for autographs at a basketball game last year, USC's John Mc- tee tCniboen 7-0), n
Kay overlooked him 10 the College All-Star game last Friday. The two-time All-American saw Callenenia (Lange 4-4) at Chieagi
limte acio i th scod qarerand played on the suicide squads even though he was Ostee*n 6-0),Bhsn -) tTas
drafted in the first round by the NFL Super Howl champion Pittsburgh Steelers. (eeey so-is), a


New ToeS
St. Lasts

w si s .5 s

Cincitnnat) 72 20 .655 -
ins Angeits 57 54 .5i4 iS
San Franeisys 5 55 S .500 1?
San Di.g, 5i tis .464 2
Atiania 48 es .44) 2.t'
Hisustn 40 72 .754 27'
Last Nightis Resuits
Sssntreal 7, 2, New 'toeS 0.0
Phiiadelphia 13, Chieags 5
Pittshuegh at 5t. Loots, toe.
Houston at san OiegO, toe.
Atianta at Los Aitgeles, toe.
Cincjnnati at San Feaneic, ino.
5today's Games
Cineinnati (tiliiingiiain il-St a
san Feaneiscs (Bare 0-st
Chicago (It. Rensehel 2-it)
Pliiadelpitia (CheisteatOnt t-),.
Msnteeal (Renko 4-5) as New Ytsr
i'sbueeh Cut Best 7-3) at si
Laouis (Oeony 5-3), a
Houston (Oleekee 0-51) at Sat
Atata Odom 4-4) at Los A
geles (Messeesmltti 53-50), a

In dians whip tenuous Tgers

ny The Associated Pero
CLEVELAND - Ro~kie right-hander Eric Raich'
broke a personal three-game losing streak and Rico
Car'ty drove in four runs tast night, leading the Cleve-
land Indians to an 1-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Raidh, 6-6, was staked to a 5-0 lead in the fIrst two
Innings as the Indians sent eight mens to the plate
in each session.
Carty drove in the first run on a bases-loaded sacri-
fice fly.
Charlie Spikes foliowed with a sIngle whIch
scored Oscar Gamble from second and John Ellis
drovee In Bong Powell from second wIth another -
In the second the Indians again loaded the bases
and Carty singled off loser Ray Bare,. 6-6, for two
more runs. Cleveland's detignated hitter also singled
home a run in a two-run eighth. -
Raich gave up a home run to Ron LeFlore leading
off the third and. rookde BIB Baldwin hit a solo blast,
his fIrst major league Isomer, In ths6 fifth.
Riaiclo, who gaver tsp aid'hits/was polled'with e
aWay'us the sikth after BIB 'lFrebhdii isgled' ssd Jeck

Pierce followed with a double. OrinIes win

Cubs crushed
PHILADELPHIA - Garry Maddox keyed a 10-run
first inning with a homer and a single for four RBI
as the Philadelphia Phillies crushed' the Chicago Cubs
13-S last nighL.
'The Phillies sent 16 batters to the plate and slam-
mned 10 hits including two home runs and two doubles
as' they bombarded starter Bill Bonham, 1048, sod
reliever Ken Crosby.
MIke Schmidt hIt a two-run homer, his first of
two, -and Tommy Hutton and Jay Johastone each
rIpped two-n hIls In the explosIon.
The big-inning made it easy for Dick Ruthven, mak-
ing his first. start since being recalled Monday from
Toledo oftle International League.
The first eight Phillies got hits, two thy of the ma.'
jot league record for consecutive hits in an hring,
hield 'byise' 'Amierican -League" -and four National'
Leagis 'teamse The 'Bi'oklys 't)edgers did it last"
against Pittsburgh in the sixth inning 'of-a -1930 game.

BOSTON-Jim Palmer pitched a two-hitter to beconmt
the major leagues' first 16-game winner this seso,
hurling the Baltimore Orioles to a 3-0 victory over t
Boston Red Sox last night.
Palmer struck out eight and walked one to give the
Orioles a sweep of the two-game series and move thee
within 7 games eof the first-place Red Sax on h
American League East.
ROCHESTER, MIchIgan (4') - The petrolt LIOnS
lest key defensive players Jim Mltcheli and DIck
Jauro ham they auffere Injure seeds.-
Micei *tcl, rk oe his fosa
aceerdIng e a team spokesman, soedb u i
- fpur' to .81K: 'weeks.. Jauran,. ai d ed~V bistlk
spreifed-hig lksee ad the traIner ldctdI ol
take 24 hours toinahe a jadgenseat on hsrcViY

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