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Gridders prepare for
hell and Blue Devils:
Michigan returns to the football wars this Saturday with a game
against the Duke Blue Devils. As everyone knows there are numerous
problems which the gridders must overcome in order to achieve
victory, things such as pass receiving, line play, and offense in
general.
The big problem that will be encountered in Durham though
will be the North Carolina heat and humidity. This apparently is the
main consideration in coach Bump Elliott's mind as he prepares
his team for the upcoming battle.
Yesterday's practice session placed a great deal of emphasis upon
conditioning as the team was put through a rigorous routine of
40-yard wind sprints, calisthentics and just plain hard hitting. The
coaches pushed the team hard in order to ready them for the physical
exhaustion which the high temperatures will undoubtedly bring.
The memory of 1965's North Carolina game is still fresh in the
minds of Michigan people. The Wolverines beat the Tar Heels 34-27,
but nearly lost as they tired in the late stages. Elliott obviously does
not want a repeat of such a performance, explaining the high pre-
mium being put on conditioning this week.
Michigan, hoWever, is not in a hopeless situation. The unusually
high temperatures of the past few weeks will no doubt help the
Wolverines, as will the experience of last week's California game.
The gridders had to stand up to intense heat against the Golden Bears
and came through fairly well, not wilting until the fourth quarter.
It is quite possible that at least this part of Saturday's debacle may
later be looked upon as a blessing.
Don't be misled though and think that by beating the heat you
automatically beat the Blue Devils. Michigan must also be ready to
face a team that Bump Elliott describes as "young and quick." Duke
beat a good South Carolina team last week by 'scoring the first two
times they had' the ball.
There is some room for optimism though as team spirit appears
to be high and the players are accepting the tough routine of practice.
When one sees the team working as hard as they did in yesterday's
rain, you know that all is definitely not lost.
-BILL CUSUMANO

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Irish press I
By The Associated Press
The Fighting Irish of Notre
Dame will have two incentives
going for them when they take on
Purdue at South Bend, Ind., Sat-
urday. They'll be seeking revenge
for their 28-2 1 setback in 1967
and aiming to wrest first place
from the Boilermakers in the As-
sociated Press' college football
poll.
The two teams are only a shade
apart at the top rung of the latest
poll. Purdue, which held the lead-
ing position after walloping Vir-
ginia 44-7 in its opener, accumu-
lated 25 first-place votes and 888
points in the balloting by a re-
gional panel of 49 sports writers
and broadcasters. Notre Dame
drew 19 votes for first place and
864 points.
The Irish moved up a notch on
the strength of their impressive
45-21 triumph over Oklahoma.
There were a number of other
changes in the rankings.
Southern California, a 29-20
victory over Minnesota in a hard-
fought game, slipped one place to
third with 794 points. Penn State,
which clobbered Navy 31-6, ad-,
vanced from 10th to fourth and
Florida climbed from sixth to fifth
after edging the Air Force 23-20.
Penn State totaled 494 points
and Florida 323 in the balloting,
which was based on 20 points for
a first-place vote, 18 for second,
16 for third, 14 for fourth, 12 for
fifth, 10 for sixth, nine for sev-
enth, down to one for a 15th place
vote.
TEXAS FALLS
Texas, tied by Houston, fell two
positions to sixth followed by Ala-
bama, UCLA, Nebraska and Hous-
ton. UCLA, which crushed Pitt 63-
7, rushed up eight positions from
16th while Nebraska, a 31-0 win-
ner over Utah, climbed five posi-
tions to ninth.
Ohio State heads the Second

Wednesday, September 25, 1968
ire spark Frosh offensive line

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urdue for top poll slot
Ten. Kansas is 12th, followed by Houston does not play again
Indiana, Louisiana State, Miami until a week from Friday when it
of Florida, Tennessee, Minnesota,.' takes on Cincinnati.-
Oregon State Arizona State and The top 20, with first-place votes, re-
Wyoming. cords and total points awarded for firstj
Oklahoma, fifth a week ago, 15 picks on basis of 20-18-16-44-12-10-9-1
dropped out of the rankings. So 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1:
did loser Texas A&M and idle 1. Purdue 25 1-0 888
2. Notre Dame 19 1-0 8641
Georgia. 3. Southern California 4 1-0 794
In addition to the Purdue-Notre 4. Penn State 1 1--4 494
Dame game, there are two others 5. Florida 1-0 / 323
matching ranked teams this Sat- 7 Alabasma 0-0 316
urday - Nebraska at Minnesota 8. UCLA 1-0 284
and Indiana at Kansas. 9. Nebraska 2-0 281
Third-ranked Southern Cal is 10. Houston 1-0--1 238
at Northwestern, Penn State takes 12. Kansas1-0 175
on Kansas State at home, Florida 13. Indiana 1-0 158
is at Florida State, Texas is at 14. Louisiana State 1-0 121
Texas T e c h, Alabama meets 15. Miami, Fla. 1-01 107
Southern Mississippi at Mobile, 17. Minnesota -1 90
Ala., UCLA is host to Washington 18-Oregon State 1 0-1 71
State, Ohio State opens against 19. Arizona state 1-40 69
Southern Methodist at home, LSU Ot. ryiing vts le p
is at Rice, Miami at Georgia O betically: Arkansas, Army, California,
Tech, Tennessee is home to Mem- Colorado, Florida State, Georgira,
phis State, Oregon State is at Georgia Tech, Iowa, Kentucky, Michi-
Utah, Arizona State is home to gan State, Mississippi, North Carolina
I Teas-E Pas andWyomng i atState, North. Texas State, Oklahoma,
Texas-El Paso and Wyoming is at Southern Methodist, Stanford,Texas
the Air Force. A & M, Toledo, Yale.
Major League Standings

By KAREN VAN SCHOICK'
Confronted with an entirely
new squad each fall, Freshman
Football Coach, Bill Dodd f i n d
himself facing such dilemmas as
"who do I put where?"

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"The offensive line and defen-
sive line could go both ways for a 4
while," Dodd pointed out. "The
boys are experimenting at differ-
ent positions and have been mov-
ed around a lot."
The linemen have been under-
going a rigorous conditioning pro-
gram, including hitting drills and
wind-conditioning since the open-
ng day of practice two weeks ago.
Not until last week however, did
Dodd have a chance to see the
boys in an active scrimmage.
Line-wise, there are twenty
boys on the offense,- which al-
lows Dodd plenty of room to ex-
periment. Several of the players,
however, have been hurt and un-
able to practice, which accounts
for some of the indecisiveness.
Leon Hart, Jr., son of All-Amer-
ican fullback Leon Hart, Sr. of
Notre Dame, and Lee Borel, a
6'6", 290 lb. bruiser, are both on
the injured list.
A high school shoulder injury
has kept 6'7" 270-pound Hart out
of the daily drills and Borel has
been bothered with an ankle prob-
lem. Dodd considers both men to
be two of the better tackles, and
hopes they will see' some action
in the next two or three weeks.
There remains a chance, however,
that they may miss the entire
freshman season.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th
Thomas & Marjorie Melville
(Under Indictment For Napalming
Draft Files in Maryland)
Speaking at CANTERBURY HOUSE

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
yDetroit 102 56 .646 -
Baltimore 90 69 .566 12 j2
Boston 84 74 .532 18
Cleveland 84 74 .532 18
New York 81 77 .513 21
xOakland 79 78 .503 22/(
xMinnesota 76 81 .484 25V>
xCalifornia 66 91 .420 35i/
xChicago 64 $~3 .408 371,4
Washington 62 95 .395 39%
x-Late game not included
y-Detroit clinched pennant.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 5, Baltimore 3
Washington 10, Boston 2
New York 5-2, Cleveland 1-5
Chicago at )Oakland, inc.
Minnesota at California, ine.
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at New York
ChicagoataOakland, night
Minnesota at California, night,
Detroit/at Baltimore, night,
Boston at Washington 2, twi-night

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. G
xSt. Louis 94 64 .595 -
San Francisco 86 72 .544 1
Cincinnati 81 77 .513 1
Atlanta 80 78 .506 1
Chicago 80 78 .506 1
Pittsburgh 80 78 .506 1
Los Angeles 74 84 .468 2
Philadelphia \74 84 .468 21
New York 71 87 .449 2:
Houston 70 88 .443 2
x-6iinched pennant.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 3, Los Angeles 2
Atlanta 7, New York 4
Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 0
San Francisco 5, Houston 4
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Chicago
Cincinnati attPittsburgh, night
San Francisco at Houston, night
New York at Atlanta, night
Philadelphia at St. Louis, night

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OTHERS IMPRESSIVE
'those at tackle and guard posi-
tions who have looked particularly
impressive in the drills, according
to Dodd, are Reginald McKenzie,
Mike Taylor, Fred Grambau, Guy
Murdock, and Jim Brandstader.
Brandstader's brother and father
were former All-American players
at Michigan State.
Two recruits, Scott Hulke and
Mike Smith, are vying for offen-
'sive center, which Dodd t e r m s,
"definitely a key position."
"Both boys have looked good so
far, but we can't expect a whole
lot this early in the season," Dodd
said.
"So far we have been finding
out/who the hritters are and stress-
ing technique. We are staying
pretty basic,", he emphasized.

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