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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1967

Y
THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1967 TIlE MICHIGA! DAILY

Michigan Keys

BEAT STATE:
for Stern

Challenge

YOUNG DEMOCRATS

Meeting
to hear

* By PHIL BROWN
"Beat State."
The Words were, plastered all
over .a green Volkswagen parked
next to the Michigan football
practice field yesterday.
The Words were chanted by the
football players as they went
through: a shortened practice ses-
sion.
The Words will be the only thing
on their minds as the Wolverines
prepare to meet the Spartans
from Michigan State this week-
end.
But the Words won't erase the
distasteful memory of he 26-21
defeat handed the Wolverines by
Navy last Saturday.
For the second straight week
Iichigan failed to gain the 500th
win in Wolverine grid history,
4nd nobody was happy about it
but the Middies.
The, men of Annapolis had
painted the statue of Tecumseh,
which g r a c e s the academy
grounds, blue and yellow last
week, in anticipation of an up-
set of the Wolverines. They
pointed to this game from the
moment they started spring drills.
And when they charged onto the
verdant Michigan Stadium turf
Saturday they were ready.
The Michigan team was big-
ger and stronger, but was beaten
possibly even before the game
started, by a poor mental attitude.
"It was the worst deense I've
seen since I've been here," opined
linebacker Coach Y. C. McNease.
"The players didn't carry out their
responsibilities at all. There were
lots of missed assignments."
The game was not all bad for
the Wolverihes, and the elements

linebackers on Rob Taylor." con- Michigan State is rarely any-
mented McNease. "But that didn't thing less than tough, and this
hurt us too much. Only when Den- will be as true this year as every
nis Morgan was on Taylor did other. Attitudes can lose ball
we have trouble." games, but not to State: you can
Morgan will never be known look past other games toward
for' his speed, and Taylor took MSU, but the looking must stop
advantage of that fact to catch there.
7 passes for 87 yards. "Beat State" will be in the
Sophomore linebacker Mike mind of every Wolverine gridder,
Hankwitz went in to put extra as the loss to Navy fades - slowly
hustle into the pass coverage and - into the past.
played well enough to earn a Now, the Words, Beat State.

W ES VIVIAN
Multi-purpose Room, UGLI

7:30 TONIGHT

k

-Daily-Robert Sheffield
JOHNSON TURNS THE CORNER

Michigan Halfback Ron Johnson cuts around right end en route to
record Saturday. The Detroit Junior amassed 270 yards against the
fact that the Wolverines dropped a 26-21 decision.

which come under the "good"
heading should have been part of
a winning effort.
Ron Johnson's superb perfor-
mance thrilled the 73,000 specta-
tors as much as Jack Clancy
ever did, but he could only com-
ment that he would rather have
won. Johnson set a Michigan
single-game rushin grecord with
270 yards, 54 more than All-
American Bill Daley racked up
against Northwestern in 1943.
Even Tom Harmon never ap-
proached such an awesome figure
in a single game.

i -1

I

Professional Standings

"When we get 21 points on the
board we should win; in fact,
when we get 14 we should win,"
noted McNease. "It was simply
bad mental attitude. We weren't
mentally prepared."
The Middies were prepared,
but still got a surprise. Navy
Captain Bill Dow said in the
locker room after 'the game that
the Michigan offense "looked
slow" in game films, and he had
been confident of stopping Wol-
verine runners.
Johnson's fantastic showing
caught the Midshipmen napping
despite the fact that the Navy
defense had been keyed around
the fleet junior halfback.
It was Navy's offense which
took number 500 away from Mich-
HEATED GRANDSTAND

a Michigan single-game rushing
Midshipmen of Navy, despite the
igan. Michigan Coach Bumy El-
liott praised the way the Middies
stuck to their game plan through
the entire contest.
"Cartwright is a real good
quarterback and did a fine job
of running the team; j with his
passing and their receivers Navy
put tremendous pressure on our
inexperienced secondary," h e
commented after the game. "Our
boys are coming along, but they
were not far enough along today."
"They effecively isolated our
t

MSU News
In a span of 14 games against
the Wolverines, Michigan State
once scored a grand total of
three points.
Somebody missed a block.
starting assignment in the MSU
game this Saturday. Hankwitz
will become the fourth starting
linebacker for the Wolverines
this season.
Garvie Craw played an out-
standing game at left halfback,
replacing Ernie Sharpe in an ef-
fort to improve the backfield
blocking. Craw received the "Out-
standing Blocker" award for his
work, which included springing
Johnson loose on those long scor-
ing Jaunts.
Michigan's defense, a strong
point so many times in the past,
will have to revert to its former
power insorder to win this week.
"We must contain the wide
game against State," said Mc-
Nease. "The quarterback options
will be our biggest problem."
WE
NEED
YOU!
COURSE
EVALUATION
BOOKLET
MASS
MEETING
TUES., Oct. 10
7:30 P.M.
GRAND BALLROOM,
UNION

s under age 31

- _ t - NFL
Western Conference
Central Division
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
Green Bay 30 1 1.000 80 44
Detroit 1 2 1 .333 93 96
Chicago 1 "3 0 .250; 43 75
Minnesota 0 4 0 .000 55 117
Coastal Division
Baltimore .4, 0 0 1.000 131 47
Los Angeles' 3 1 0 .750 125 56
San Francisco 3 1 0 .750 99 93
Atlanta 0 4 0 .000 45 137
Eastern Conference
Capital. Division
' Dallas 3 1 0 .750 89 87
Philadelphia 3 1 0 .750 113 93
Washington 2 3-' 0 .500 106 96
New. Orleans 0 4 0 .000 51 126
Century Division
St. Louis 3 1 0 .750'120 103
Cleveland 2 2-0 .500 91 69
New York ; 2 2 0 .500 122 117
Pittsburgh 1 3 0 .250' 89 86
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Green Bay 27, Detroit 7
San Francisco 27, Los Angeles 24
Baltimore 24, Chicago 3
Dallas 17, Washington 14
St. Louis 34 Minnesota 24,
Philadelphia 38, Atlanta 7
New York 27, New Orleans 21

THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND
THE UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY
announce the
Annual Written Examimation
DECEMBER 2, 1967
for CAREER OFFICERS of the
U.S. FOREIGN SERVICE
YOU ARE ELIGIBLE IF YOU ARE:

on Dec. 2,

1967

AFL
Eastern Division
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
New York 3 1 0.750 111 65
Houston 2 2 0 .500 53 47
Buffalo 2 3 0 .400 57 113
Boston 1 3 1 .250 96 120
Miami 1 3 0 .250 42 113
Western Division
San Diego 3 0 1 1.000 109 65
Oakland' 3 1 0 ".750 123 55
Kansas City 3 1 0 .750 111 43
Denver 1 5 0 .161 93 172
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Buffalo 17, Denver 16
Kansas City 41, Miami 0
Boston 31, San Diego 31 (tie)
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