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R. e N..,.,

. Saturday, October 12, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, October 12, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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olverines challenge

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green

marauders

By FRED LaBOUR
"Though a Wolverine team be
so long, tall and' great, it don't
mean a damn if they don't clobber
State."
-J. Pristine
Yes yes yes. We all know it. It
doesn't need to be said. None of it
has to be repeated again.
It's embedded in our brains and
State's brains and the state of
Michigan's brains.
This is the one that counts.
This is the one that you'll have to
explain to your father if Michigan
gets squelched. This is the one
you'll gloat about when you see
your creepy Spartan friends next
summer.
This is the one to get drunk
after if we win, and to be tearfully
nonchalant about if we lose. This:
is the Michigan football- season.
It doesn't matter a whole lot
if you know .who's going to play
out there this afternoon. You
know by now if you're ever going
to know.I
You know enough to watch out
for quick Bill Feraco directing the
Spairtan offensive unit from his
quarterback post. You know he's
begun to come into his own this
season as an option play fiend
and that his passing isn't exactly
bush.I

The Lineups

Offense

Defense

MICHIGAN

Jim Mandich
Bob Penska
Dick Caldarazzo
Dave Denzin
Stan Broadnax
Dan Dierdorf
Jerry Imsland
Dennis Brown
John Gabler
Ron Johnson
Garvie Craw

TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
SE
QB
F
TB
(48)

(88)
(76)
(56)
(52)
(61)
(72)
(86)
(22)
(18)
(40)
FB

MICHIGAN S
Al Brenners
Dave VanElt
Don Baird
Eddy McLoud
Ron Saul
Craig Wycinsky
Frank Foreman
Bill Feraco
Charles Wedemeyer
Tommy Love
Dick Berlinsgi

TATE
SE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
F
TB
FB

(86)
(74)
(59)
(75)
(70)
(77)
(84)
(14)
(11)
(26)
(22)

MICHIGAN
Phil Seymour LE
Tom Goss LT
Tom Stincic LLB
Henry Hill MG
Ed Moore RLB
Dan Parks RT
Cecil Pryor RE
Brian Healy LCB
Tom Curtis LS
Jerry Hartman RS
George Hoey RCB

(91)
165)
(90)
(39)
(97)
(74)
(55)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(12)

MICHIGAN
Wilton Martin
Richard Benedict
Jack Zindel
Charles Bailey
Ken Little
Rich Saul
Don Law
Jay Breslin
Frank Waters
Ken Heft
Al Brenner

STATE
LE
LT
MG
RT
RE
LB
LB
R
LH
RH
S

(97)
(93)
(65)
(61)
(85)
(88)
(95)
(42)
(43)
(28)
(86)

And if you know Feraco, you half and a lot of other steady ball-
surely are acquainted with Al players.
Brenner at end, the fella who You aren't going to see a lot of
usually grabs those Feraco passes. razzle-dazzle stuff this afternoon.
Brenner's no easy touch either, Oh yeah, there's talk of Bump
and he's already broken two rec- sockin' a little new stuff to the
ords for pass receiving at State green kids from the north, but!

In an earlier time, Michigan{
coach Tony Mason said "Theys
wait for this one. They save it for
Apisa, not for Navy. If those guys
know they're going to have to
throw a block that'll wreck their
knees, they won't waste it on Cali-
fornia. It'll be for State."I

people, out on a narrow little strip
of grass of no import.
There will be no talking, and
possibly no one listening. But they
will play football.
Michigan. Michigan State.
Wolverines. Spartans.
Maize and blue. Green and

this year.
If you've noticed at all, you've
seen ]Rich Saul, the Spartan's lead-
ing tackler, a huge, bruising coal
miner who eats babies for break-
fast. But we already decided that
you know all that.
Michigon holds no radical new-
comers in the wings ready to en-
ter at the last second and bail out
the team. All they've got is Brown
at quarterback aird Johnson at

even if he does, you'll know the1
cast.
But there'll be one thing about
this game down in Michigan Sta-
dium before 100,000 people that'
you won't see every other game of
the year.
Hitting. This is the game the
players save their gut reserve for,
the one they care about the most.
They're going to hit so hard this
afternoon you'll probably freak
out in the stands in amazement.

But Apisa is gone now and in white.
his place the Wolverines must Buhip. Duffy.
contend with Tommy Love at tail- Day. Night.
back, and Dick Berlinski at full. "Welcome back to Earth, ladies
These guys aren't cream puffs and gentlemen. As you are no
either. doubt aware, the Day and Night
did battle this morning."
But we don't need to say any of "Excuse me, sir, but what hap-
this do we. For obvious reasons. pened in the end?"
Because the talk will stop this "Dawn," said the captain.
afternoon at 1:30 before 100,000 Go Blue.

-Daly-Andy Sacks
THE SCENE: MICHIGAN STADIUM. The Game: State: The score 34-0. Jimmy Raye (16), former
Spartan quarterback is shown above while Michigan defensive back Brian Healy (24) moves in for
the tackle. Raye is gone, but Healy isn't. The Wolverines are after revenge this afternoon for last
year's humiliating defeat.

STANFORD FACES O.J.

f1 l- 1

Un1o tate seeis revenge
By The Associated Press Coach Woody Hayes plotting for due has rolled over Virginia, Notrer
CHICAGO - Revenge! That's a year. Dame and Northwestern, whilev
the cryin. Big Ten circles today A capacity crowd of 84,000 is Ohio has topped Southern Metho-f
with top-ranked Purdue, unde- expected to watch the battle with dist and .Oregon.
. the winner taking a-giant stride Hayes reportedly started pre-
feated Michigan State and Indi- toward the Rose Bowl. paring for Purdue soon after hea
ana the principle targets. THE KEY i suffered that 41-6 humiliation. d
All three opened the conference Purdue, with All-American Leroy Most of his hopes are pinned onI
race with triumphs last week and Keyes, rates a 13-point favorite Rex Kern, OSU's sensational soph-a
all three will be on the road over the sophomore-laden Buck- omore quarterback, who has miss-C
against foes thirsting to make eyes. ed contact work this week because
amends for embarrassing defeats But Hayes' fourth-ranked Bucks of a face injury.
inflicted last season. are anxious to atone for last year's ANOTHER HOPALONG
Purdue, having rolled over 41-6 loss to the Boilermakers, the Kern, the most exciting player
Northwestern 43-8, invades Ohio worst pasting in Hayes' 18-year the Buckeyes have had since How-
State, 21-6 victor over Oregon in regime. ard Cassady in the mid-50s, is a:
a game which has had Buckeye Both clubs are gnbeaten. Pur- dangerous rollout runner and
adept passer. He has carried 26
f apoplexy times for 94 yards and has com-

against

Purdue,

Bruins oppose Nittany Lions

minute of play to snatch certain of goal line stands in the final
victory from Iowa 21-17. The two minutes.
Hawkeyes will not only remem- SUICIDE
ber but fancy themselves in the Northwestern and Wisconsin,
position of last year's Hoosiers both winless, will face nonconfer-
and are hoping to take over In- ence foes. Northwestern continues
diana's 1967 Cinderella role. its suicide schedule at Notre
Illinois will be at Minnesota in Dame and Wisconsin takes on
another conference test and the Utah State. The Big Ten now has
Gophers prepared for it by defeat- an 11-12 record against noncon-
ing Wake Forest 24-19 with a pair ference opponents.
ings lose NHLop ener;
BlackHawks:topBlues

' By DICK ZUCKERMAN
the game between unbeaten
third-ranked Penn State anc
UCLA will highlight a schedule
which sees nine of the top ter
teams in action.
The host Bruins are confronter
with two problems in their of-
fensive backfield. According ti
Coach Tommy Prothro, his twir
problems are possible action by hip
injury-beset No. 1 quarterback
Bill Holden, and left halfback
Mickey Cureton.
In other games, number 2 rank.
ed Southern California is at home
against tough Stanford, whil
number 1 ranked Purdue faces
fourth ranked Ohio State, and
fifth ranked Notre Dame host
Northwestern, Kansas takes to the
road to meet Nebraska. Other top
ten teams in action include Flor-
ida entertaining Tulane and Hen-
nessee at Georgia Tech.
Sophomore Jim Nader of UCLA
will definitely start at quarter-
back. Whether ornot Holden, who
was injured in the Pittsburgh2
game three weeks ago, gets int
the game probably won't be decid-
ed until after kickoff.
Cureton, a sophomore, has a
knee injury and his status is much
NATIONAL
OUTLOOK

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d
e

daily
sports.
NIGHT EDITOR:
ROBIN WRIGHT

The Kansas and Nebraska game
no0t only involvenk ng, 3-0 recods
and national ranking, it is also a
contrast that should be a deter-
mining factor in deciding the Big
Eight Champion.
Kansas goes into the game with
an offense that hashproduced 51
points a game. Nebraska's defense
has allowed but eight points a
contest, second best in the nation,

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Stream of
UNconsctousness
Here's the quote you'll never read in a Detroit paper:
According to the Associated Press, Orlando Cepeda, speaking
in the losers' locker room after the final out of the Series, said
"Lolich--he's i guy who you have to credit, he has a lot of heart.
He won the. Series-him, himself, nobody else. Lolich would win
30 games in this league. McLain would be lucky to start every
four days,"
In case anybody was really mad because they couldn't make any'
sense out of a bulletin in yesterday's paper-the one that said the
Cardinals traded Bobby Tolan, Wayne Granger, and Johnny Edwards,
but didn't say for who, here's the answer to the puzzle. Tolan and
Granger went to Cincinnati for star outfielder Vada Pinson. Edwards
was sent to Houston for pitcher Dave Giuati.
It's stuff like this that make you say "we're only a student
paper, and baby that's all."
By the way, the rumor mills say that Chicago Black Hawk star
Bobby Hull has only "retired" until the team meets his salary
demands.
The people who have installed Michigan as a six-point
favrite in today's game are bookmakers in New York City, accord-
ing to one usually reliable source. Wonder what they know that
* nobody else does. After all, MSU is ranked twelfth in the nation.
And by the way, here is what 80 years of Michigan football
tradition is saying to the Wolverines right now:
"HIT, HIT HIT HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT,
HIT, HIT, HIT,.HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT, HIT etc-"
The last real chance anybody will have to knock off top ranked
Purdue, barring a big upset, occurs in Columbus today when un-
defeated Ohio State, possessing- the nation's fourth best defense
against rushing, tests the Boliremakers.
The Los Angeles Rams play the Green Bay Packers Sunday.
Ex-Wolverine basketball standout Oliver Darden has been sold to
the New York Nets by the Indiana Pacers of the American Basketball
:Association.
TerrySawchuk is back at goalie for the Red Wings after being
traded by Los Angeles for Jim Peters.
Oh yes. Yea Tigers.

pleted 19 of 33 passes for 252 yards
and two touchdowns.
Fullback Jim Otis tops Buckeye
rushers with 165 yards in 35 trips
while halfback Dave Brungard
shows 137 yards in 32 tries.
The Bucks' defensive unit, which
has been impressive, will have to
be at its best to stop the versatile
Keyes, a solid candidate for the
Heisman Award.
Used as a flanker and halfback,
and on defense when needed,
Keyes has galloped 244"yards in
44 rushes for six touchdowns; has
caught 15 passes for 173 yards,
and has thrown five times, com-
pleting three for 68 yards and two
touchdowns.
If Ohio double teams Keyes, it
may have trouble containing jun-
ior quarterbac] Mike Phipps, who
has completed 40 of 54 passes for
493 yards and one score.
Coach Jack Mollenkopf also
counts on fullback Perry Williams,
.who has 133 yards in 36 carries,
and a rugged defensive line,han-
chored by middle guard Chuck
Kyle, a 225-pound senior.
Michigan State and Michigan
both warmed up for their biggest
game of the year with easy vic-
tories last week. The Spartans
slammed Wisconsin 39-0 and
Michigan dumped Navy 32-9.
NOT MUCH
It doesn't take much to *get
either team up for this one Abut
the Wolverines will have the ad-
vantage of being reminded MSU
walloped them 34-0 despite the
Spartans' poor 3-7 record on the,
year.
Indiana opened defense of its
share of the Big Ten crown with a
28-14 victory over Illinois while
Iowa was taking a 51-28 drubbing
at the hands of Notre Dame. +
A year ago, Indiana came up
with a touchdown in the final

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Phil Esposito's sec-
ond period goal on a perfect pass
from Bobby, Orr proved decisive
last night as the Boston Bruins
edged the Detroit Red Wings 4-2
in a hard-hitting National Hockey
League opener.
Esposito connected on a short
flip after Orr intercepted a pass
and brought the puck slowly across
the Detroit blue line to set up
his high-scoring center.
That goal boosted Boston's lead
BULLETIN
MIAMI, Fla.-Miami's Hur-
ricanes battered eight-ranked
Louisiana State out of foot-
ball's unbeaten ranks 30-0 lastj
night with pinpoint passing
by David Olivo, a perfect kick-
ing performance by Jim Huffl
and a brawling defense that
never let the Tigers get away.-
The roof fell in on favored
LSU as the Hurricanes scored
17 points in the third period to t
break a Tiger winning streak i
for the second time in two sea-i
sons.Y
to 3-1. The'Bruins then hung on
the rest of the way, fighting off
repeated Detroit challenges in the i
closing minutes.
Detroit closed to within 3-2
when Frank Mahovlich convertedC
a rebound of a Gordie Howe shotI
at 17:02 of the final period.
The Bruins added an insurancec
goal with 11 seconds remaininge
as Dallas Smith fired a 60 footera
into an open net after the Redc
Wings had pulled goalie Rogert
Crozier. |
The Bruins jumped off to a 1-0 1
lead as Fred Stanfield interceptedt

a pass and scored unassisted at
6:53 of the first period.
Howe, the NHL's all-time scoring
king, tied the count with the
689th goal of his career on a
power play at 1:20. Eddie West-
fall put the Bruins ahead to stay
less than four minutes later.
RefereeVern Buffet suffered a
torn hamstring in his right leg
and was forced to retire in the
opening minutes. Linesman Pat
Shetler took over as referee, and
NHL referee-in-chief Scotty Mor-
rison came out of the stands and
served as a linesman. It was Mor-
rison's first appearance in a game
in five years.
CHICAGO-The Chicago Black
Hawks, playing without the great
Bobby Hull, downed the St. Louis
Blues 4-3 last night in a National
Hockey League opener.
Two goals by Jim Pappin paced
the Hawks.
Hull, involved in an apparent
salary dispute, announced Thurs-
day he was retiring. Stan Mikita,
who also was not expected to
play, pulled off one of his 11th
hour signings and joined his
mates.
Pit Martin put Chicago ahead
at 11:12 of the first period but
St. Louis pulled even 21 seconds
later on a shot by Gary Sabourin.
Pappin gave the Hawks the lead
at 14:54 only to have St. Louis
climb back into a lead on a goal
by Craig Cameron.
St. Louis went ahead in the sec-
ond period on a goal by Red Ber-
enson but Pappin followed with
a tying score and Ken Wharram
connected with what proved to be
the winner at 9:13 of the second
period. Wharram was assisted by
Mikita, who came to terms less
than an hour before the game.

the same as Holden's. He may or
may not play.
Prothro has yet at least two
more deep concerns, Penn has one
of the best defensive teams in the
country, and what Prothro calls
the finest tight end he's ever seen.
The Nittany Lions have allowed
opponents only 100 yards rushing
in 3 games, a defensive average of
33.3 yards. And UCLA gained only
56 in its 20-7 loss last week to
Syracuse.
But Penn State's main threat is
tight end Ted Kwalick, a 6-foot-4,
235-pounder who runs the hun-
dred in ten flat, has hands so big
he can't find gloves to match
them, and has made his mark this
year as a runner.
According to Prothro, "he's far
superior at his position than any
other player at any other position
I've ever seen."
Films of previous games s h o w
Kwalick catching almost anything
thrown at him, and on -plays in
which he is only being used as a
decoy, he blocks with ferocity.

The Bruins counter with a
e backfield of Greg Jones at half-
e back, Rick Purdy at fullback, and
S George Farmer at flanker.
The Stanford Indians must con-
s front stopping O. J. Simpson, And
if they success in stopping Simp-
son, they most probably will stop
Southern Cal. But no one has
-succeeded yet.
"He's only human and can be
stopped," predicted Stanford line-
backer Don Parrish. I
Simpson has run for almost 200
1 yards in each of the Trojan's first
three games and has scored nine
touchdowns.
Stanford has a fair offensive
weapon of its own with sophomore
quarterback Jim Plunkett who
ranks ninth in the nation in total
offense. He has thrown nine
touchdown passes for the 3-0 Ind-
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