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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 21, 1968

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Put Your Car On A Dirt-free Diet -
You know it's clean because you do it yourself

Hunsicker named associate BHopefu
athletic director by Regents By MARK HALPERT .

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By JOEL BLOCK,
Professor Paul A. Hunsicker,
chairman of the department of
physical education for men, yes-
terday was named associate direc-
tor of physical education.
The action, made yesterday by
the Regents at their regular
monthly meeting, fills one of the
two associate directorship posi-
tions created last February dur-
ing a reorganization of the ath-
letic department. The other" posi-
tion of associate director of in-
tercollegiate athletics has not
been filled yet.
Iunsicker, who has been a lead-
ing lisearcher in physical fitness
at the University, will be Athletic
Director Don Canham's assistant
on matters concerning recreation,
club sports, and intramurals.
He has been a member of the
Michigan faculty since 1949 and
was director of the country's first
survey of youth fitness during the
1957-1958 school year for the
American Association of Health,
Physical Education, and Recrea-
tion.
He also conducted a second na-
tional survey for the United States
Office of Education in 1964-1965.
Hunsicker has paid strict atten-
tion to the physical fitness of
American youth and has said that
Americans still break records at
the Olympic games, but the young
people in general are not as fit as
they should be.
He also is, an exponent of the
theory that physical skills and fit-
ness, unlike mental skills, can be
and are retained only through
continual daily exercise.
Hunsicker holds degrees from
Syracuse University, Springfield
College (Mass.), and theUniver-
sity! of Illinois. He taught at

Our schedule -is simply tough,"
commented Lord Ara Parsegian
onNotre Dame's first two encoun-
ters. Next week they face number
one ranked Purdue, but if they so
much as glance into the future the
Fighting Irish may beupset today
by the Sooners of Oklahoma.
For the third straight year the
Terry Hanratty Jim Seymour com-
bo will lead the Irish offense.
Joining this comoo in the back-,
field will be Jeff Zimmerman, at
fullback, and Bob Gladieux and
Coley O'Brien in the halfback
slots.
Zimmerman and Gladieux are
returning starters, having aver-
aged five yards per carry each lst
NATIONAL

fce Sooners
Texas will be returning back to
its old ball control game, but un-
less ??super?? Bill Bradley can
light the sky with some of his own
fireworks the Cougars may just
keep on rolling. Pick: Houston
Gene Stallings will take hi*
Texas Aggies into dangerous ter-
ritory tonight as they invade Bat-
on Rouge to take on the always
dangerout Louisiana State Tigers.
The Aggies, although they enjoy a
higher ranking, are a three point
underdog as they try to prove
their seven ,consecutive victories
at the end of the 1967 season was
not a fluke.
Texas Christian University has
been marked the darkhorse in the
Southwest Conference race, and it
should get off to a fine start as
they play a weak Georgia Tech
unit which is going through a re-
building period -
Duke, Michigan's next oppo-
sent, will be a big underdog at
South Carolina: while Navy, Mich-
igan's last non-league opponent,
is a two touchdown underdog
against Penn State, the power-
house of the East.
The name to watch is Bill Bol-
den as UCLA plays host to Pitts-
Terry Hanratty (5) hands off to burgh. Bolden will try to replace
a crucial situation in one of the Heisman Trophy winner Gary Be-
st season. Ara Parseghian's foot- ban, and if he can fit in as well as
son in South Bend against tough Mike Phipps did at Purdue last
year UCLA might very well rise
to national conteption,
who scored two long passes, will Excluding the Big Ten games
lead the Houston attack. Texas is the fireworks will be centered
a one touchdown favorite, but around South Bend, Baton Rouge,
here too the betting is more on and Austin; and in these cities the
conjecture than anything else. aying is 'anything 'goes.'
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Springfield College before joining
the Army Air Force during World
War II, and currently holds the
rank of lieutenant colonel. The
new associate director taught at
Illinois after the war before join-
ing the Michigan faculty.
He co-authored "Applied Tests
and Measurements in Physical Ed-
ucation," two research reports for
Wright. Air Development Center,
reports on the two national sur-
veys of youth fitness, and many
other, professional articles.
Miami Swamps
IWildcats, 28-7
MIAMI, (A') - Strongarmed
David Olivo hurled three touch-
down passes last night as the
Miami Hurricanes launched their'
football season with a 28-7 victory
over Northwestern.
Starting slowly, the Hurricanes
were in a 7-7 deadlock with the
Wildcats at halftime. Then Olivo,
primarily a running quarterback
in the past, unleashed an atrial.
attack that produced three touch-
downs in 9 minutes, 46 seconds.
The victory brought s w e e t re-
venge to Miami. Rated fifth in
the nation in last year's preseason
rankings, they were embarrassed
by two-touchdown u n d e r d o g
Northwestern in their opening
game 12-7.
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many to
terbacks
ting his
halfback

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be one of the finest quar-
in the nation, will be get-
first opportunity In the
slot.

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O' Brien- w a s predominantly
known as a rollout quarterback,
and the Sooner defense cannot af-
ford to have their safetymen rush
on the option since O'Brien is a
brilliant executor of the roll-out
play,
The offensive line anchored by
All - American tackle candidate
George Konz, and tight end Jim
Winegardner.
The entire offensive unit is
strong and 'experienced, and with
the added threat of O'Brien at
halfback it could compose one of
the most explosive units in the
country.
Unlike two years ago when the
Sooners were whitewashed 38-0,
the Irish will not have an expe-
rienced defensive unit.,
Headed by 6'5" 270 lb. tackle
Mike Mckoy, the Irish defensive
line will have five returning line-
men, but will not be as rugged
without the services of Kevin
Hardy now in the pros,
Safetyman Tom Quinn will be
the only letterman starting in the
Defensive backfield, which includes
four line backing and three safe-
ty slots.
Oklahoma has its own All-Amer-

"They will be snorting blue
flames," commented Texas Coach
Darrell Royal, acknowledging his
team's misfortunes of their sched-
uled game with the Houston Cou-
gafs, who open ed their season by
assaulting Tulane and coming
away with a 54-7 verdict.
Houston, unr'anked in the pre-
season polls, "is the team to,
watch," commented Royal even be-
fore last week's victory catapault-
ed the Cougars into 12th plaee in
the AP standings.

NOTRE ,DAME QUARTERBACK
fyllback Ron Dushney' (38) ina
Fightin' Irish's eight victories la
ball machine opens the 1968 seas
Oklahoma today. .
ican passer in Bob Warmack. War-
mack is a fine scrambler, and his
deadly accuracy on the short pass-
es could destroy the Irish. Joining
Warmack in the backfield are
fullback Mike Harper, .tailback
Steve Owens, and wingback Ed-
die Hinton. Owens was the lead-
ing scorer in the Big Eight last
season despite riding the bench
for half the season.

it was the 10th straight victory
for the American League champ-
ions, matching the longest win-
ning streak in the majors t h i s
year and Detroit's 100th of the
season.
Northrup's first shot followed
a single by Kaline in the sixth
and made the score 3-2'.
In the eighth, Kaline, who had
four hits, lined his 10th of the
year, tying the score.. Then Norm
Cash singled and Northrup sock-
,ed his 21st. Price followed with
his third.

Bob Olson, Notre Dame's only - --
returning linebacker, is a doubtfhl
starter along with sophomore line- By The Associated press
backer Jim Dright, both hampered WASHINGTON - Jim North-
by leg injuries. rup"'hammered a pair of two-run.
-te g w o homers and Al Kaline and Jim
Both teams engage in wide OPel Price added'solo shots as the De--
football, and an upset by the troit Tigers whipped the Wash-
Sooners would not be a surprise. ington Senators 6-3 last night.
Pick: Oklahoma

most appearances by a pitcher in
one season as he helped the Chri-
cago White Sox to a 2-1 victory
over Baltimore. Carl Yastrzemski %
rapped two singles and his 21st
home run of the season, leading'
the Boston Red Sox to a 4-3 ve-
tory over the New York Yankees.
In the National League, Steve
Blass fired a two-hitter for his
seventh shutout and eighth con-
secutive victory 'as Pittsburgh
wowned the Chicago Clubs 5-0.
In other actionr usty Staub fol-
lowed Bob Aspromonte's tying
sacrifice fly with a game-winning
single in 'the ninth inning as the
Houston Astros scored a 'see-saw
7-6 victory over Cincinnati yes-
terday night.
The Astros had scored two un-
earned runs in the eight for a 5-4
lead, but the Reds came back with
two in the ninth on two hits by
John ,Bench and Tony Perez.
In Philadelphia Jery Grote's
two out single drove in the' win-
ning run In the ninth inning and
gave the New York Mets a 3-2
victory over the Phillies in the
first game of a Twi-night double,
header Friday.
Rich Allen broke his own Na-
tional league strikeout record for
a single season when he fanned
for the 151st time in Philadel-
phia against the New York Mets.

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came with the announcement that
Tigei outfielder Willie H orton
was admitted to Henry Ford Hos-
i apital. for treatment sinusitus, an
inflammation of a sinus.,j
A spokesman for the club s ai d
Horton might be confined to the
hospital over the weekend, missing
the three-game series with Wash-
ington.
In other American League ac-
tion, reliever Wilbur Wood tied
the American League record for
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