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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1967

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Elliott
By DAVE WEIR
Coach Bump Elliott said after
practice yesterday that he is plan-
ing six major changes in the
Michigan lineup for Saturday's
football game with undefeated In-
diana.
Elliott said that there is a
"strong possibility" of three
switches in the offensive back-
field, including the replacement
of senior quarterback Dick Vid-
mer by junior Denny Brown.
Other proposed changes would
start John Gabler at left halfback
in place of Ernie Sharpe, and
Garvie Craw at the fullback slot
formerly occupied ; by Warren I
Sipp. Both Gabler and Craw are p
sophomores. p
Rocky a Linebacker? "
On defense, Elliott said that
Rocky Rosema has "begun work- b
ing at the linebacker position" in g
place of Mike Hankwitz. If Rose- S
ma starts at linebacker, his de-
fensive end position will "very S
likely" be filled by another soph- lo
omore, Jon Heffelfinger.
The third defensive change will a
be at cornerback, where senior a
Doug Nelson returns to the start- a
ing lineup for the first time since f
injuring his knee in preseason
practice. He will replace junior p
George Hoey. 3
Elliott stressed that "although
the changes are tentative, depend-
ing on today's practice session,
there is a very good chance they i
will occur."
The Wolverine mentor added
that he "will use the pro-I forma- I

Plans

Major

Lineup

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Healey Now Starter Hits Harder

DENNIS BROWN

ion less against Indiana than in
revious games." As to alternative
ffensive plans, he said only that
we are experimenting,,
The changes were foreshadowed
y Elliott's comments in the post-
ame locker room following last
aturday's 34-0 .loss to Michigan
tate. At that time, he said he
lanned to "take a long, hard
ook at the present starting lineup
nd investigate the possibility of
naking some major switches." He
lso had said Saturday that he
would "experiment with other
ormations than the I."
Brown has completed six of 18
asses so far, and also has gained
8 yards in 13 attempts at run-
iing.
Gabler for Sharpe?
Gabler, who pickedup11 yards
n three carries against State last
'eek, replaces Sharpe-the team's
econd-leading ground gainer.
eading the club with 518 yards
;far is junior Ron Johnson, the
)nly definite backfield starter for
Saturday's game.
Elliott reported that the team
in comparatively good shape
hysically, with the key exception
f starting offensive guard Dick
anz. Yanz has missed the last
Iwo contests because of a knee
ijury suffered in the California
ame. He tried to work out a little
)n Monday but twisted his knee
again, and will not be back in the
neup for an indefinite period.
Three others are currently
hissing action-first-string line-
acker Bob Wedge, second-string
uard Stan Broadnax, and de-
ensive end Tom Stincic.

By KIM KENDALL town. And his academic rank at
There are a lot of college ath- Sandusky High School, Sandusky,
letes who are still in high school. Ohio.
His times are embarrassing, so Healey's father never pushed it,
he reminds everyone that he was "never took me out in the back-
an All-American backstroker at yard every night to learn foot-
New Trier, ball," he just bought him a pig-
Or he warms the bench, so he skin and told him to go play.
relives the Class B State Cham- And it wasn't a thundering first
pionships of 1964. union of man and ball; at twelve
Or there are three first base- Healey weighted ninety - eight
men ahead of him, so he pulls pounds and looked destined more
out the Most Valuable Player for a race track than a grid-
Award from Pottstown High iron.
School. But Tony Munafo gave him a
The team obliviates yesterday chance. "Then I only had poten-
and he's not good enough to offer tial," Healy explains, "and my
much else, seventh grade coach gave me the
And then there are a few of opportunity to do something with
them who don't like to talk about it."
being Big Men senior year. "I Desire
decided when I came up here," In eighth grade John Behling
says Brian Healey, starting Wol- took over and taught Healey what
verine cornerback, "that I couldn't the How To Play Football book
be good until I forgot high doesn't mention: "a competitive
school." nature, the fighting spirit, and
Threw Away Trophies how to make the best of what
So he ignored the honors and you've got." Munafo let him play;
glory and only remembers the Behling made him want to.
toings that got him here. A gift And before he graduated a;
his father gave him in grade landmark was placed above the
school. Tony Munafo. John Beh- Population 35,000 sign: Welcome
ling. A sign marking his home- to Sandusky, Ohio-home of the

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NBA Standings

Eastern Division
W L Pct.
Boston 1 0 1.000
Detroit 1 0 1.000
Baltimore 1 0 1.000
Philadelphia 1 0 1.000
New York 1 1 .500
Cincinnati 1 1 .500
Western Division

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in front of 103,000 people and be
a part of this ball club."
But there's got to be somethingI
else, something about football, or
Michigan, or Bump, or reporters,
that compels a cornerback to work
for a team during an unfortunateI
season.
"Well," Healey began, "it's got a
lot to do with personal pride. We
had a meeting early this fall that
I'll never forget. We were told that
this team is not sophomores play-
ing for seniors, seniors playing for
seniors, anyone playing for the
coach, or anyone playing for Mich-
BRIAN HEALEY igan. It's each man playing for
Fhimself, saying 'I've got a job to
1965 State Football Champs. do and doing it."
Because the admissions office "Besides." he added firmly.
decided that there weren't too#"We'r ,oadaly,
many academic standings above Maybe nedaya lot bettesare
number. one, Healey became an- Maybefom teaienillgrom
otherrhigh school valedictorian down from the training room
at Michigan, except that he heads wall. Maybe he'll be the surgeon
for sweat pants and dummies he wants to be. And maybe the
rather than reserved reading lists sign over Sandusky, Ohio will be
and the language lab every after- supplemented by a simple ". . . and
noon Brian Healey."
Body and Soul
A lot of Brian Healey was tied
up in last Saturday's clash with
Michigan State:His football phil-
osophy-"it makes a man out of
you. You go out there at practice
every day and work and sweat
with one game in mind, and then
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you lose to State, and you learn
to take things you don't want to.
"Nobody who's in it for glory
could go through all that"-his
greatest athletic thrill-"hitting
Bob Apisa"-and his biggest dis-
appointment---"losingba gameuI Buses: $22.50
wanted to win so bad I could
taste it." Loading 7:1
Hanging in the Wolverine train- ON THOMPSON,
ing room are pictures of all the Madison and Jef
All-Americans ever to play for MdsnadJf
Michigan, "a kind of overpower-
ing thing to look at." And it's Come to Fishbov
something to aim for when you're
Healey, a sophomore, and start- or 663-1
ing.
It kind of gives six hours a PROGRAM IN WASH
day ("I figured it out to over a
whole day in a five day week") 10:00 Assembly Linco
in meetings, tapings, blockings, 10:30 Rally
films, dressing, and passing, some 1 :30 March to Penta
sort of meaning outside that1
week's game. Or it makes the whole 3:30 Rally at Pentag
thing almost ridiculous-Harmon 4:00 Civil Disobedien
and Timberlake had big shoes. wishing to sit-i
"But I live and breath football Leave for Ann Arbor
this year-much more so than on
the freshman team-and it's the
greatest thrill in the world to play -

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IILIZATION
OCTOBER 21

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(ASH INGTON, D.C.

St. Louis 3 0 1.000
Los Angeles 1 1 .500
San Francisco 1 2 .3332
Seattle 0 1 .000
San Diego 0 2 .0002
Chicago 0 2 .0002
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 122, San Francisco 118
Philadelphia 103, Los Angeles 87
Baltimore 121, New York 98

IN NHL ACTION:
Wings Top Toronto

(Continued from yesterday)
"Hello, is this Hoss Shortsleeve, captain of the American Inter-
national football team?"°
"This is the Michigan Daily calling from Ann Arbor. We've se-
lected the American International vs. Bates football game as our grid
pick selection of the week."
"YEH?,"
"What is your outlook for this week's big game?"
"Oh, we'll come out on top. In fact, it'll probably be the best game
of the year."
"What are your school's mascot and colors?"
"Our mascot's the yellow jacket and our colors are yellow & black."
Perhaps you could tell me how you happened to have such and
unusual name?"
"It's Indian."
"What tribe?"
"It's Canadian-Chickashaw."
"Oh . . . well, maybe you could give me a personal angle, like
what's your major interest in school?
"Poli Sci."
"Do you plan on working with Indians in connection with your
field?"
"NO, I'd make 'em extinct if I could."
"Do you have any additional comments about the game?"
"Well ... it's homecoming."
"Oh, really? It is here too. We play Indiana, Say-do you have
any advice for us?"
"YEH, Happy Homecoming."
It's too bad for Hoss, who is ineligible, but this week's Grid
Pix winner will receive two free tickets to the Michigan Theatre
now showing "To Sir with Love" and two free Cottage Inn pizzas.
Get your entry into 420 Maynard by tomorrow at midnight.
THIS WEEK'S SELECTIONS

Roundtrip (
5 P.M., Fri., Oct. 20
, between
ferson
wl or Call 769-0120

Cars:

7814 or 663-9564 after 6 P.M.

IINGTON

An Memorial
gon
on
nce for those
n at Pentagon
early evening

CARS AND DRIVERS
URGENTLY NEEDED
9 A.M.-5 P.M.

INFORMATION in WASHINGTON
Mobilization H.Q. 202-483-2150
Legal Aid 202-387-3626
Parking-Field at Independence
and Ohio

By yThe Associated Press
TORONTO-- Norm Ullman's
fourth goal of the season in the
first two minutes of the second
period carried Detroit to a 3-2
victory over Toronto last night.
Paul Henderson assisted on the
marker that beat goalie Johnny
Bower at 1:38 of the second ses-

hovlich, made it 2-1 at 18:49 of
the period before Ullman slam-
med in the clincher.
Other Games
In other action, the Boston
Bruins ran the Chicago Black
Hawks off the ice, turning their
game into a -7-1 route. It was

BULLETIN-Chicago AP-The American League approved last
night the transfer of the Kansas City Athletics to Oakland,
California effective in 1968. They also approved an expansion
plan to increase membership to 12 clubs by 1971 with franchises
going to Kansas City and Seattle.

sion and lifted the Red Wings
into a 3-1 lead.
Detroit took a 2-0 lead in the
first 12 minutes en route to
handing the Maple Leafs their
first loss in three games before
15,782 fans. Detroit is 2-1-1.
Toronto's George Armstrong,
assisted by Keon and Frank Ma-

Chicago's fourth straight loss.
Andy Bathgate scored three
goals as the Pittsburgh Penguins
tied the Minnesota North Stars
3-3 in a battle between expansion
teams. Bathgate has scored five
goals in four games.]

1. Indiana at MICHIGAN
(score)
2. Michigan St. at Minnesota
3. Ohio St. at Northwestern
4. Notre Dame at Illinoois
5. Iowa at Wisconsin
6. Oregon St. at Purdue
7. Tennesee at Alabama
8. Texas at Arkansas
9. Auburn at Georgia Tech
10. California at Syracuse

11. Clemson at Duke
12. Colorado at Nebraska
13. Texas Tech at Florida St.
14. Harvard at Cornell
15. Houston at Mississippi St.
16. Iowa St. at Missouri
17. Washington at Southern Calif.
18. UCLA at Stanford
19. Miami (Fla.) a't Pitt
20. Bates at American Int.

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NHL Standings

11

Detroit
Montreal
Boston
Toronto
New Yor
Chicago

Eastern Division
W L
2 1
S2 1
2 0
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Western Division

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W L
St. Louis 2 1
xCalifornia 2 0
xLos Angeles 2 0
Pittsburgh 1 2
Minnesota 0 2
Philadelphia 0 3
x-Late Games Not Included
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 3, Toronto 2
Boston 7, Chicago 1
Montreal 2, New York 2
Pittsburgh 3, Minnesota 3
St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 1

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