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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1967

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1967

Don't laugh at,
Charles Van de r Hoff Is.
big ears . He can hear
a =partya mile away,
thanks to Sprite.
VAN DER HOFF Social-life majors, take a
WITH SPRIT 0look at Charles Van der
Hoff. He can't play the
guitar. Never directed
an underground
movie. And then
look at his ears!l
A bit much? Yes!
But--Charles Van
der Hoff can hear
a bottle of tart,
tingling Sprite
being opened in the
girls' dormitory
" #e from across the
h f 0campusl!
What does it
matter, you say?
Hah1 Do you realize
that Charles Van
der Hoff has never
i re missed a party
in four years?
When he hears
those bottles
of Sprite being uncapped--the roars--the
fizzes--the bubbles--he runs! So before you
can say anti-existentialism, he's getting in
on that tart, tingling, slightly tickling taste of
Sprite. And delicious refreshment
--as well as a good time--is his.
Of course, you dont have to
have ears as big as Charles Van
der Hoff's to enjoy the swinging
taste of Sprite. You may'
just have to resign
yourself to a little
less social life.-

Dai
By GRANTLAND OKRENT so
ID
It was a day like any other day.
EThe cold, damp October winds M
whipped across Ferry Field. Sev- t
en grim-faced men strode out ontotw
the gridiron, one thought in their B:
collective mind. It was that de-
sire to win, the noble feeling that r
graces the hearts of the bold and
courageous. And those seven minds
who had made up their minds-- th
and because they made up their ha
minds-won. tr
It was a spectacle that man the
only 'sees once in his time on w
earth. Shister to Carney to Was- of
serman-the daring double-pass, "E
that gut-crammed play that weak-
er men can only dream of. And st

JAG: Tor the Killer

it came to pass that Th
aily Libels shamed the UA
uggers off the field, banishin
hem to well-deserved oblivio
ith an -8-0 trouncing. And, fc
he first time in years, the Litt]
rown Wastebasket graced the o1
edbrick at 420 Maynard.
'Killer'
Yea, it is easy for us to attribut
hat stirring victory to the flash
rands and feet of that gloriot
iumverate. Yet, lest we forge
here is one man whose nam
ill live on forever in the heart
Daily lovers the world over -
Killer" Killingsworth.
This was a man made of th
uff that predestines greatnes

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Le When "Killer" stood as a bulwark colors. "Shoo-Shoo" Shister, the
C on the "dirty shirt" crew, oppon- wily field general with the arm
g ents blanched and trembled. With of a bazooka and the mind of a
n his spare 103 pounds stretched pancake, will not forget.
r over a 6'2" frame, that lean and And it lives on for gutty "Tank"
le hungry look in his bloodshot eyes, Copi, who serves as a combina-
d he captained that victorious Daily tion Joe Schmidt-Sam-Huff-Ver-
squad of yesteryear. onica Lake as The Daily's line-
Indeed, "Killer" Killingsworth, backing squad. It is "Tank" Copi
te whose clear mind and antiseptic that will be counted on this year
y spirit guided that team, was one to fill the shoes of the "Killer,"
as to never forget. But one day, after zooming in on unsuspecting prey
t, the snap flipped off the fingers to satiate his gluttonous desire
e of that lithe center, "Scrunch" for bone-crunching contact.
ts Vetzner, and into the eager hands
- of that noblest Shister of them all, M'hos on First?
"Killer" went into a cataleptic So, too, does it live for "Firsh"
.e frenzy, streaked off the field and Firshein, rated by some to be an
s. into the cavernous wasteland of even better end than his famed
Yost Fieldhouse, and was seen no ancestor, "Shecond" Firshein.
more., And how can "Wild Man" Wild-
Boosting strom ever forget the "Killer?"{
But his spirit lives on, picked It was "Killer" who taught the
up and boosted to Vesuvian first-year man from that breed-
heights and magnitude, indelible ing ground of grid giants, Oak
in the hearts and heads of those Park, Mich., how to do his stuff.
who have been charged to wave And also there to avenge the
the banner of another campaign, name of her former boss, flashy
another season. Pat O'Donohue, a Flint femme
Yes, the spirit lives on-it lives who has promised to wear her
on in the thoughts of "Shoo- psychedelicious pettipants as she
Shoo" Shister, the only return- holds down the center of the of-s
ing starter to bear The Daily's fensive line. The pettipants may;
- not increase her maneuverability,
but their presence should afford
the quarterback a hell of a view.
r r r r(Says the ever-witty Shister, "We
were going to run from a standard
! 'T' formation, but there'll be
enough pressure in this game
HEATED GRANDSTAND without the added distraction.")
And on it goes-flanker "Pud-
. ~ d'nhead" Lottier; defensive tackle
"Legs" Lees or, if you will, "Lees"'
Legs), end "Snortin" Norton, of-
fensive lineman "Sour" Krauss and
last but not least, the Libels' wiz-
ened, graying Coach "Himstein"
J Herstein-none shall forget.
And so it will be, at 6 p.m.
J N Hthis evening on Wines Field '(you
*8 know, the place where the March-
ing Band practices), when that
--- - throbbing, pulsating cry will be
regurgitated from Mother Earth,
from the depths of mankind's well
of fury, when the charge shall
proceed with the roar: "WIN ONE
FOR THE KILLER"

GRID SELECTIONS
Skiing? In this weather? If you can win Grid Picks, you can do
anything! The 2 free Cottage Inn pizzas given to the winner will
warm any wintry night, and 2 Michigan Theatre tickets will be mighty
handy when your next grasser gets snowed in.
You can join these happy snow bunnies 4! i by getting your Grid
Picks entry in to The Daily by midnight tonight, remembering, of
course, to include The Daily among your winning picks; circling the
"other team" will put your entry "on ice."

(Consensus in capitals)
1. Navy at MICHIGAN 11. WYOMING at Brigham Young
2. Wisconsin at MICHIGAN ST. 12. Clemson at GEORGIA TECH
3. Indiana at ILLINOIS 13. CORNELL at Colgate
4. Minnesota at SMU 14. DAYTON at Louisville
5. Northwestern at PURDUE 15. Florida St. at TEXAS A&M
6. OHIO STATE at Oregon 16. Miami (Ohio) at KENT ST.
7. Iowa at NOTRE DAME 17. N. TEXAS ST. at N. Mexico St.
8. CAL at Air Force 18. Pitt at WEST VIRGINIA
9. Mississippi at ALABAMA 19. TCU at Arkansas
10. Arizona at MISSOURI 20. uac at DAILY
CLARK NORTON (Sports Editor, 24-16, .600)-Michigan, Michigan State,
Illinois, SMU, Purdue, Oregon, Notre Dame. California, Alabama, Missouri, Wy-
oming, Georgia Tech, Cornell, Dayton, Texas A. & M., Kent State, New Mexico
State, West Virginia, Arkansas, DAILY.
BOB McFARLAND (Executive Sports Editor, 24-16, .600)-Michigan, Michi-
gan State, Indiana, Minnesota, Purdue, Ohio State, Notre Dame, California,
Alabama, Missouri, Wyoming, Clemson, Cornell, Louisville, Florida State, Kent
State, New Mexico State, West Virginia, TCU, DAILY.
RICK STERN (Associate Sports Editor, 21-19, .525)-Navy, Michigan State,
Illinois, SMU, Purdue, Oregon, Notre Dame, Air Force Academy, Alabama, Mis-
souri, Wyoming, Georgia Tech, Cornell, Louisville, Texas A. & M., Kent State,
North Texas State, West Virginia, TCU, DAILY.
GRAYLE HOWLETT (Associate sports Editor, 20-20, .500)-Michigan, Michi-
gan State, Illinois, SMU, Purdue, Ohio State, Notre Dame, California, Ala-
bama, Missouri, Wyoming, Georgia Tech, Colgate, Dayton, Texas A. & M., Kent
State, North Texas State, West Virginia, Arkansas, DAILY.
"DOC" LOSH (Guest Selector)-Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana, SMU,
Purdue, Ohio State, Notre Dame, California, Alabama, Arizona, Wyoming, Clem-
son, Colgate, Dayton, Florida State, Miami, North Texas State, West Virginia,
TCU, DAILY.

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