WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1969 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE TWENTY-ONE Dierdorf Surprised To Be Named Top Lineman ANN ARBOR (UPI)--"You're kidding." "Nope," was the reply. "It's true. 1 "Come on, I cwldn t be Lineman of the Week. It just doesn't you. "I don't mean to say that off the top of my head, but when you see in the films what an outstanding job the defense did and what a great job the offense did . . . The 255-pound Dierdorf is generally the key man on Michigan's offensive line. He's the happen. Â·Well, it did this time. "That's freat! Thank _ Everybody's still a little high i guy who picks the specks off from the fame. We're all feeling j the springy artifical surface of real good tiuat week." Michigan Stadium so those And so, Dan Dierdorf, Uni- sprinting steers, sophomore run- vcrsity of Michigan junior fromjning backs Billy Taylor and Canton, Ohio, learned he wasj Glenn Doughty, and bullish full- United P r e s s International's Lineman of the Week for his! part in the Wolverines' myth- destroying 24-12 upset of State last Saturday. "It was really a team effort," said the beefy, 6-foot-* tackle on back Garvie Craw can do their thing for 15 or SO yards. the Wolverines' offensive line. Then be realized how a cliche would look in print and added: "Our two tackles and tight Ohio ends flip-Dot a lot,'* Dierdorf said. "We like to run to the strong side a lot and I alwavs play next to (tight end Jim) Pistons Nip Bulls; Knicks Win Again By Unitei Press International 1 do~that For the benefit of those fans Mandich." It appeared the Wolverines used the left side of the line a great deal in accomplishing their demolition of the Buckeyes' 22-game winning streak. "We ran about normal," be said. "We thought we could go off tackle. We knew that it we had to go to the air, we'd be in trouble and we didn't want to be. We'd seen what happened to the others who tried to who missed the last few seconds of the Chicago-Detroit National Basketball Association game Tuesday night, the two teams have agreed to a replay tonight in Cobo Arena in Detroit. Otto Moore tapped in a rebound with nine seconds remaining in the game and then 'the Dierdorf t h o u g h t the win would help Michigan's recruiting efforts in Ohio, where most of the Wolverines' starters come from. "Our recruiting has al ways been good in northern Ohio," be said. The two-year starter agreed with coach Bo Schembechter that the Big Ten's no - repeat rule would soon be dead as Chicago Bulls did everything j Notre Dame's no-bowl policy. they could but still lost to the Pistons, 104-103, in Kansas City. | Chicago called time out immediately after Moore's tallyj But three shots -- two corner tosses by Clem Haskins and;to death." Bob Weiss and a tip try by! Bob Love-- went astray before the buzzer sounded. Detroit trafled until late in the third quarter when Eddie KHes sparked a comeback that tied the score at 77-77. Miles finished with 23 points, high for the Pistons, while Love had 29 and Tom Boerwinkle 22 for the Bulls. "I sort of get that impression myself," he said." "There's a lot of sentiment against it all over the country. A lot of rules are slowly choking themselves TOP ROOKIE -- Kansas City's talented outfielder Lou Piniella who made it to the major leagues after learning to control his fiery temper, was named the American League's "Rookie of the Year" Tuesday. The 26-year- old slugger from Tampa, Fla., batted .282, tops on the team and had 21 doubles, six triples and 11 home runs to drive in 68 runs. Mike Nagy, the Boston righthander was second in the voting with Carlos May of the Chicago White Sox third. (UPI telephoto) Michigan, OSU Crowd, Tops Ever j NEW YORK (UPI)-;The 103,- : 533 spectators who crammed into Michigan Stadium on Saturday to watch the Michigan Wolverines upset first-ranked, unbeaten Ohio State 24-12 was the In~other NBA action Tuesday biggest crowd to attend a game night, the seemingly unbeatable j since official statistics were be- New York Knicks downed the'^ 22 -" 63 ^ a iÂ°-." . ,,,,,,,,,,, Los^.Angeles Lakers 103-96. Mil-! ,TMe previous high of 103,2o4 also was at Michigan Stadium in 1959 when the' Wolverines played Michigan State, according to the National Collegiate Sports Services. Tbe second highest attendance figure of the day was 90,814 fans for Southern California's 1412 victory over UCLA in the Los that deter- waukee dropped Atlanta 130-115, Baltimore stopped Phoenix 134124. and San Francisco edged Seattle 114-106. .Jerry West scored 41 points to lead all scorers for Los Angeles. But the Knicks offset that with 26 points from Walt Frazier and 24 from Willis Reed to win their 21st game in 22 outings this year- Lew Akindor* scored 33 points and Bob Dandridge scored 10 points in" the final period as Milwaukee rolled past Atlanta in the. Hawks' former hometown, St. Louis. Angeles -Coliseum mined the Pacific sentative to meet the Rose Bowl on New Day. repre- ilgan in $5.78 Million Highway Project Bid Opening Set ,. LANSING (TJPD -- The Michi- Guards Mike Davis and Earl] gan Department of Highways Monroe scored 29 points apiece j ^yg j t ^gj open D jds Dec. 3 on to pace Baltimore, which Jed a 55 73 minion project to com- throughout the game, and San Francisco came from seven points behind in the fourth period, with Joe Ellis scoring 12 points during the rally, to beat Seattle. iHolland 479 Columbia 392-14441 Hill Still Leads NFL In Rushing NEW YORK (UPI)--Injured Calvin HOI of the Dallas Cowboys missed last Sunday's 24-23 loss to the Los Angeles Rams but still retained bis lead in the National Football League rushing race. HOI, with 807 yards in 155 carries, is still ahead of Galy Savers of Chicago, who is second with 715 yards and Tom Woodeshick of Philadelphia, third with 703. Tom Matte of the Baltimore Colts and Larry Brown of the Washington Redskins round out the top five. The other leaders also retained " their top positions Sunday including Sonny Jurgensen of Washington, the leading passer. Jurgensen has completed 64.8 per cent of bis passes for 2.341 yards and leads injured Bart Starr of Green Bay, Roman Gabriel of Los Angeles, Craig Morton of Dallas and Joe Kapp of Minnesota. Roy Jefferson of Pittsburgh, who has caught 52 passes for the leading Jackson of Philadelphia is second- Minnesota's fine field goal kicker, Fred Cox, is the leading scorer in the league. The next four. Bruce Gossett of Los Angeles, Mike Clark of Dallas, Errol Mann of Detroit and Tom Dempsey of New Orleans, are also kickers. Matte and two receivers, Lance Rentzel of Dallas and Gary Collins of Cleveland are tied for sixth points on 11 touch- Lions Obtain Mann For Only $2.20 DETROIT (UPI) Â·--, Enrol Mann is vastly superior to a No 1 draft choice. You just can't beat guys you can get for i a I2L20 phone call. That's all it cost the Detroit Lints to call Moorhead, Minn., and ask the unemployed place kicker if he wanted a job. 'How soon do you want me to be there? 3 ' Mann replied. "Tonight or tomorrow?" It turned out for the National Football League club like getting in on shares of IBM when they were selling for first offer price. Mann, who had been released by three teams and told by doctors he'd never kick again, now has 74 points from his foot and is fourth in scoring in the NFL. He holds the Detroit record for field goals in a season with IS this year. Mann started his professional career in fantastic style with Denver of the American Football League, kicking a pair of field goals in an exhibition game as the Broncos became the first AFL team to beat an NFL club--Detroit Last year Mann started with Cleveland but joined field goal- hungry Green Bay's taxi squad Top Bowlers ABC Itowlen Week Eating IWr. 21, 1S0 High Caves Jim McNight, Mr. and Mrs. 235 John JQoostra. Superior ____ 247 Jerry Millard,' Sportsman. .245 Floyd Johnson, Classic ..... 243 K. Behrendt. Craftsmen ____ 245 Jon Kienstra, Factory ...... 245 Les Weirsma, Tri-City ...... 244 Earl Welling, Classic ...... 244 Bill Dykstra, Satellite ...... 242 Dave Gepbart, Superior ____ 242 SeasÂ«m Clyde Kehrwecker, Suburban 287 Rich Wafers, Big Eight.... 273 George Atthuis, West Ottawa 266 Harold Kropemeyer, Zeeland 266 Morrie Driesenga, Classic. .266 Bob Thompson, Suburban .266 Andy Klyestra, Consolidated 266 after mid-season. He was activated, missed three field goals and got hurt. It was the same injury to his right kicking leg which had caused an operation when he was with Denver. Several doctors told him at that time the thigh injury was" so bad he'd never be able to generate enough' strength to continue his occupation. With the Packers, a blbcker slammed into the same spot with his helmet. "I had a contract with Green Bay for 1969," he recalled. Marty Elzinga, Eifc-s ........ 264 Bob De Neff, Suburban ...... 263 Howard Poll, Bonnie t Clyde259 Matt O'Donnell, Mixed Up*... 259 AI Glupker, Suburban ...... 259 Mike Jansen, Classic ........ 259 Lamar Grisham, Classic. . .253 High Series Week Elding Nov. 21, 19C9 Floyd Johnson, Classic ...... 673 John Van Houten, Sportsman 663 Earl Welling, Mr. and Mrs. . .655 Dick Carmichael, Superior 645 Roger Grinwis, Factory ____ 63Â£ Ron Mannes, Wed. Eupls ..639 Bowling Scores Mr. Mr*. Eigh Game -- Men: H. Geb bee, 2Â»- Women: Â£L Kkkint- veld, 1Â». High Series -- Men: D. V e r Beet, 647. Women: H. Kkkint- veld,534. Bwsuetc MeÂ»'s League High GÂ«me -- W. Wlodarczyk, 215. High Series -- D. Witteveea, 394. EctoLeagae Tampa Plays Florida AM TAMPA, FIs. (UPI)-To Jake Snowmobile Races To Be Held in City Streets 1RONWOOD, Mich. (UPI) -The city commission has designated three miles of city streets as snowmobile trails--but only ^ for the Ironwood Snowmobile j caliber, the meeting between Olympics Dec. 12-13. his all-Negro Florida A t M The cross-country trail trill j University football team and begin downtown and end more j predominantly white Tampa than seven miles away at the!Saturday ni|ht is a foal he fairgrounds. | sought for years- Prizes totaling S50,000 will be \ "This is the end of an era given in 46 competitive events, j and I'm verv happy it's finally ------- The snowmobile competition, j jcome to a halt," said Gaither, High Game -- W. Knuthof , ] approved fay the United States l w ho is the winningest college Snowmobile Association, is ex- ] coach in the country with 214. ligh Series -- C. Van Dyken, I with more than three thousand Craftsmc* League ] S Mwmobiles. High Game -- K. Behrendt,! to draw 25,000 people, j career record of 201 games. 245. High Series 583. Trinity Ckktrck High Game -- B. Ryan, 219. High Series -- D. Oonk, 552. Friday Nile Mixers League High Games -- Men: F. Handwerg, 217. Women: D. Reimink, 180. High Series -- Men: F. Handwerg, 564. Women: D. Reimink. 456. Factorv League Doug Thorpe, Commercial.-6381 56G - High Game --J. Schripsema, 225. High Series -- K. Bonnema, Tfee game will be A M*s first against a white school, Tampa's first against a Negro school, and the state's first football match between black acd white colleges. A M state university and Tampa is private school. In preparing for the game, the racial aspect was played T ,TM,~~,r m ,,.Â».. Â»., i down bv both Gaither ahd DETROIT (WPD-I^s a pres- Tamj)a - C0Â£ch p^ Curci sure game, so tne Detroit Lions are expected to do what they do best -- exploit their pressure defense. Whoever Detroit uses for its K. Behrendt, I |J0nS Vikings In 'Must Game' L 'We"re not emphasizing the racial issue at all. Color is a factor," Gaither said. The same amounts to a state Burt Taylor, City 6371 Les Wiersma.. Tri-City .... 630 j Ora Barnes, Douglas 630 Service League Season Bill Macicak, Classic . .736 'Then training they camp called before and said 'We going 801 yards is receiver. Hal plete construction of a freeway east of Charlotte. The project will become part of Interstate 69, which now is under construction from I 94 at Marshall north to Charlotte. Plans for the Charlotte project call for construction of two freeway lanes parallel to the existing TJ.S. 27 bypass and extending 5.8 miles from the TLS. 27 business route south of'Cbarlotte to M 78 and Packard Highway northeast of the city. with 66 downs. don't need you, we're with Mike Mer,cer.'" Mann had spent all winter kicking in the Moorhead State College fieldhouse. "I broke a few lights," he said. But when he got that call from Detroit, he junked his selling job with a sporting goods outfit and made it to the Lions' training camp as fast as the ball goes from center holder to goal posts. 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San Diego State (9-0) appears on its way to winning three championships--m passing of* fense, total offense and scoring offense--while Texas, with two games to play, has a comfortable lead in rushing offense and LSU is far ahead in rushing defense. The ether department leaders are Syracuse in total defense (206.2 yards per game), Dayton in passing defense (90 yards per game), Arkansas in defense against scoring (7.6 points per game) and Georgia in pirating (43.8 average). Bisons Win 2nd Small College Football Title NEW - YORK (LTD--North Dakota'State capped its second consecutive unbeaten season today by reclaiming the national small college championship it held four years ago. The Bison, 9-0 this season, received 24 first place votes and 319 points from the 35- member United Press International Board of Coaches to easily outdistance Montana (100) in the final balloting of the season. Colorado State College, also 10-0, finished third, followed by Akron, Arkansas State, Tampa, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico Highlands, Texas AI and Delaware. Ken Kleis, Wooden Shoe....630 Carl Garbrecht, West Ottawa679 Floyd Johnson, Classic 678 Clyde Broker. Business 678 Ted Kruithoff, Classic 677 John Dziedzic, Superior... 674 Bernie Vander Kooi, Zeeland665 Chuck Knooihuizen. Classic 663 Marty Elzinga, Elks 663 John Van Houten, Sportsman663 W.I.B.C. Top Bowlers 'High Games Week Ending November 22,19S9 Bonnie Hoving, Vanguard .. 246 Lorraine Culver, Leisure .. 225 Arlene Van Hekken, Kupls. 222 Laura Millard, Vanguard .. 220 Betty Tubergan, Windmill 219 Mary Siegers, Klompen City 216 Bev Israels, Vanguard -- 216 Rose Lewis, Sunshine 215 Leona Bouman, Tulip City .. 214 Carole Crowe, North Star .. 214 Season Viv Terpstra, Housewives .. 248 Bonnie Hcviag, Vanguard .. 246 Viv Hoogland, Housewives 245 Ruth Gladden, Klompen .. 244 Millie Cramer, T.A^ 243 Betty Nagelkirk. Victory .. 243 Gen Bonnema, Housewives 236 Laura" Millard, Vanguard .. 235 Marge Kars, Mon. Trios . 234 Judy Hacklander, Tele-Star 233 Marie Ten Harmsel, Tulip 233 High Series Week Ending November 22,1969 Lorraine Culver, Leisure .. 535 Bonnie Hoving, Vanguard 578 Mary Siegers, Klompen .. 571 Laura MUlardj Vanguard .. 567 Isla Chrispell, Relatives .. 563 Lona De Jonge, Thurs. Trios 558 Bev Israels, Vanguard 557 Arlene Van Hekken. Kupls 553 Barb Bolks Thurs. Duets .. 545 Helene Woodwyk, Windmill 544 Season Gen Bonnema, Housewives- 643 Ruth Gladden. Tulip City .. 610 Joyce Clark, Bowlerettes .. 610 Marge Kars, Klompen City 605 Esther Hamstra, TAB -...604 Ruth Nyboer, Vanguard .. 592 Viv Hoogland. Housewives - - 586 Lorraine Culver, Leisure .. 585 Laura Millard, Vanguard .. 583 Mfflie Cramer, TAB 581 Bonnie Hoving, Vaguard .. 531 High Game -- P. Siegers, 213. High Series -- P. Siegers, 594. Vanguard League High Game -- M. Ten Harm- sel, 203. High Series -- C. Kleinheksel, front four --and with the injury j saiaii college championship. A 1 situation of tackles Alex Karras j M, long one of the country's and Jerry Rush only defensive ends Joe Robb and Larry Hand are sure starters --it can be 553. High 221. City League Game -- M. Elzinga, High Series -- B. Taylor, 637. Victory League High Game -- C. Broker, 216. High Series -- C. Broker, 528. Koffi - Kletiers League High Game -- S. Van Slooten. 210. High Series -- R- Swift, 543. Relative League High Game -- Men: J. Riemersma, 211. Women: I. Chrispell, 211. High Series -- Men: J. Riemersma, 597. Women: I. Chris pell, 563. Big Eight League High Game -- D. Ver Beck, sure to trv to play Thursday's j record is 8-1 and the Spartans-- lanksgiving Dav game in the! ranked sixth in the UPI Minnesota Vikings' backfield. j college poll--have a 36-point The game means a lot for j average. xith clubs. A Minnesota win! would assure the Vikings of a! Reds Trade Johnson By United Press International The Cincinnati Reds sent hard - hitting outfielder A Johnson and utility inpelder Chico Ruiz to the California Angels Tuesday for pitchers Jim McGlothlin'and Pedro Borbon. Johnson batted .315 for the Reds last season while McGlothlin had a 8-16 record. 234. High 623. Hopes to Break Mark AKRON, Ohio (UPI) -- Billy Hardwick of Louisville, Ky. leads in professional Bowlers Association PEA winnings, but he will have to win the PBA national championship to break the aUrtime one-year earnings record. "Hardwicfc has already won $60,670 compared to $67.375 set by Jim Stefanick of J~" : ?t, DL Sgt. Gerald Wittereen Receives Angler's Award Gerald Witteveen of 599 Wedgewood Dr., Sergeant with the Ottawa County Sheriffs Department, who caught a prize walleye pike weighing 15 pounds 10 ounces last Nov. 1 while fishing up North received a distinguished angler's award from a national sports magazine. j The citation commended Sgt j Witteveen "for outstanding ang- Series--D. Ver Beet, Hi-LHes League . High Game--J. Van Dam, 173 High Series--C. Lampen 444. First Reformed Church League High Game-K. Kragt 223. High Series--K. Kragt, 593. Bonnie Clvde League High Games-^Men: B. Pitt 225. Women: M. Van Ommen 191. High Series-Men: B. Pitt 579. Women: M. Van Ommen 523. Comet League High Game -- R. De Feyter 235. High Series--R- De Feyter, 594 Holland Jr. Boys League High Game--R. Voy, 196. High Series--S. Kiekintveld 512. Friday Nile Kouples League High Games -- Men: C. De Witt, 205. Women; A. Van Hekken, 222. 205. Women: A. Van Hekken, 222. High Series--Men: C. De Witt, 531. Women: A. Van Hekken, 553. to P teams season record and has averaged 33 points per game. Tampa's hare of the title in the ational Football League's; Central Division. Detroit 7-3, compared with .iinnesota's 9-1, could draw vithin a game by snapping the iTfcings* nine-game winning ireak. The Lions hope to show a full house of 55,000 plus a national television audience the Hrst Detroit win in the annual game since 1962. "It's the biggest game we've ever, played," said Mike Lucci, who keys the Lions' defense 'rom bis middle linebacker wsition. "Really, the first big jame this team has ever had...and we're ready. We think we can win." Karras suffered a bruised right knee last Sunday against Green Bay bnt jogged Tuesday and insists he'll start, although coach Joe Schmidt lists him as doubtful. Rush has been hospitalized with a bleeding ulcer until recently but is expected to be activated before game time. Denis Moore and rookie Dan Goich wDl take their places if neither can start. 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