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Elliott P
For Firs
By HAL APPLEBAUM
Head football coach Bump El-
liott and his revamped staff are
quietly preparing for the begin-
ning of their initial season which
commences next Monday with the
beginning of 20 days of spring
practice.
Elliott and assistants Bob Holl-
way, Hank Fonde, Don Dufek,
Jack Fouts and Jack Nelson will
put some 90 ,expected candidates
through their paces five times a
week. Regular practices will be
held Monday through Thursda3
with full scale scrimmages re-
served for Saturdays. Friday prac-
tices will only be held to make up
for rainouts.
The spring sessions will con-
clude with a full scale intersquad
game on May 9.
New Offense
"Our major objectives during
the spring practices will be the
perfecting of our new offensive
system, the usual stressing o:
fundamentals, and a thorougl
observation of our entire person-
nel," Elliott declared.
"We will be using the wing-T)
formation this season and the

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team will have to learn and per-
fect the offense this spring," he
added.
This offense is similar to that
used by Rose Bowl champion
Iowa. It features a balanced line
with either the right or left half-
back 'winged' as a flanker on
nearly every play.
Used Multiple Offense
Previously the Wolverines have
used a multiple offense based on
the single-wing formation. Use of
the wing-T calls for a revamping
of, blocking assignments in the
line. In this system the quarter-
back is directly behind the cen-
ter, while the halfbacks are used
much as they were in the single-
wing based offense.
"I believe the personnel we have
is better equipped to play this of-
fense than the multiple offense,"
Elliott commented. "As always,
fundamentals will be stressed.
They are basic to the success of
any team and can't be overlooked.
He said ,that everybody will get
a close look, and all positions are
open. He added he is especially
interested in the freshmen since
most of them "are unknown
quantities to us" at present.
Frosh Develop lapidly
"Freshmen develop more rapid-
ly than any other group, and a
boy who only looked fair last fall
may blossom into a real good foot-
ball player in the spring," he con-
tinued.
"As they have no competition
in the fall with the exception of
intersquad scrimmages there is no1
real basis on which to judge their
performances."~

BUMP ELLIOTT
. .spring practice ahead
Japanese *Tie
In Wrestling
EAST LANSING (AP) - Japan's
touring wrestling team squared ac-
counts with a Michigan all-star
college group last night, winning
5-4 in a dual meet.
The Japanese were edged out the
night before, 4-3, with two ties.
Kenji Shigeoki took part in two
matches, subbing in one for an
injured teammate, and was thrown
both times.
The all-stars got wins from
heavyweight John Baum, Michi-
gan State; Ken Maidlow; MSU, in
the 191-lb. class; Jim Ferguson,
MSU, at 160.5; and Jim Sinadio-
nos, MSU, at 136.5.
(Editor's note: No Wolverine
wrestlers took part in the
matches.)

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Eddie Er-
delatz resigned yesterday after
nine years as head football coach
at Navy.
Adm. Charles L. Melson, Aca-
demy Superintendent, gave no im-
mediate reason for the resigna-
tion of the 45-yr.-old coach who
has guided Navy to 54 victories,
including two bowl championships,
since he came here in 1950. His
teams lost 26 and tied eight.
The announcement came late
yesterday and followed several
days of talks between Erdelatz
and Academy officials. He had
been in closed-door sessions. with
Capt. Slade Cutter, Director of
Athletics, and other Academy offi-
cials throughout the' day.
"Mr. Erdelatz' resignation cre-
ates an acute problem at this time
in that spring practice has been
terminated," Cutter said. "Foot-
ball plans have already been laid
for next fall."
No successor has been named.
Russia, Satellites For Detroit?
DETROIT - A vice-president of
Japan's Olympic Committee says
Russia and its satellites probably
will support Detroit in a two-city
battle with Tokyo to host the '1964
Olympic Gamnes.
"It's my opinion that the Iron
Curtain countries will line up be-
hind Detroit because they would
rather have their athletes compete
here than in Asia," said Ichiro
Hatta. "There would be a great
prestige factor in their athletes
winning in this country."
Hatta, a member of Japan's

SPORT SHORTS:
Erdelatz Resigns Navy Coaching Job;
Russia May Back Detroit Olympic Bid

Olympic wrestling team in 1932,1
visited Detroit last night with a
team of Japanese wrestlers touring
the United States.
The 1964 Olympic site will be
decided next month at an Inter-
national meeting in Munich, Ger-
many. Detroit and Tokyo are con-
sidered the leading candidates
with Vienna and Brussels outside
contenders.
Baseball Stars Sidelined
NEW YORK - Ted Williams is
sidelined with a sore neck and Bill
Skowron is an uncertain factor in
tomorrow's opening game between
the Boston Red Sox and the world
champion New York Yankees.
Williams missed last year's
opener too due to food poisoning.
Gary Geiger will take his place in
left field.
Skowron, flown home from Flor-
ida last week after he suffered a
back injury in a pre-game prac-
tice, was pronounced ready to play
earlier in the week. However, he
must be considered a doubtful fac-
tor until game time.

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For 'M' Tennis Team, Says Murphy

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By DAVE COOK
Improved depth qualifies this
year's tennis squad as "better
than last year's team," said ten-
nis mentor Bill Murphy as he pre-1
viewed the coming season.
Two transfers and several
promising sophomores form the
basis for Murphy's statement as
the team heads into its third day
of outdoor drills this afternoon.
The transfers, Tom Tenny, from
Toledo, and Larry Zaitzeff, from
Detroit, are rated an even chance
to break into the lineup along
with first-year varsity men Gerry
Dubie, Mike Gordon and Bruce
MacDonald.
State Champ'
Dubie, Michigan state champion
last year while playing for Ham-
tramck, is considered by Murphy
to be a petty good bet to see both
singles and doubles action this
spring.
A fine nucleus for the team is
formed by returning regulars cap-
tain.Jon Erickson, Bob Sassone,
Wayne Peacock, Frank Fulton and
John Wiley. Erickson was top
singles man last year when the
Wolverines finished third in Con-
ference play.
Despite the abundance -of depth,
Murphy rates the Maize and Blue
no better than third in the Big
Ten, behind defending champion
Iowa, and Illinois, who beat out
the Wolverines for second spot
last year.
"We've been working out all
winter indoors," said Murphy,

"And some of the boys have been
coming along pretty good."
"Of course, there's quite a bit
of difference between playing on
the wooden floor inside and the
clay courts outside."
While touting the netmen as su-
perior to the 1958 squad, Murphy
admitted they are not quite equal
to the powerhouses of 55-56-57.
"I've been fairly pleased with
the way things are going," Mur-

phy added.
The schedule:
APRIL
29 University of Detroit
1 Minnesota
MAY

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9 Wisconsin THERE
12 Michigan State THERE
15 Illinois THERE
16 Indiana THERE
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