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EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Again this year you nay include
yourselves or your friends
in the annual
Arzberg Starter Set Sale -
16-piece set $19.95 -
May 11-23. You save 20%!
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Phone NO 8-6779 * 601 East Liberty
Century 35
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PAUL SCHMIDT
r. starting tackle

BENNIE McRAE JOHN STAMOS
. speedy halfback . .. quarterback hopeful

BILL TUNNICLIFF BOB BROWN JON SCHOPF
... fullback starter ... yearling end .. . guard prospect

N ANNUAL BATTLE AT STADIUM:
Eight Yearlins To Start in Spring Ga

By HAL APPLEBAUM
New ' faces will highlight thet
starting lineups tomorrow as
Michigan's gridders end spring
practice with the annual spring
game at the Stadium.
Head Coach Bump Elliott and
his associates have split the huge
98-man squad into two teamsk
which they feel are of equalt
strength.t
"VWe have split up units that
we have' used all spring and
placed individuals where we felt
we could obtain balanced teams,"
Elliott stated at practice yester-f
day.
"Equality is our main objective,"i
Elliott continued. "We hope to
have a real good game."s
Newcomers
Twenty-one of the first 44 play-
ers listed to see action in the an-
nual affair are newcomers. This
unusually large number appears
to forshadow the role these fresh-
men will play next fall in the
Wolverines' plans.
The White team will be coached
by Hank Fonde, Jack Nelson and
Don Dufek, while the Blues will
be directed by Bob Hollway and
Jack Pouts. Elliott will watch 'the
proceedings from the sidelines as
an observer.'
Eight Frosh
A total of eight freshmen will
make their varsity debuts in the
starting lineups, the Whites will

have three yearling starters and
the Blues have five.
In the, opening lineup for the
Whites will be left halfback Ben-
nie McRae, fullback Bill Tunni-
cliff and center Virgil Pampu.
Freshmen starters for the Blues
will be John Stamos at quarter-
back, right end Bob Brown, right
tackle Paul Schmidt, left guard
Jon Schopf and at left end either
Jim Rorowin or George Mans will
get the starting role.
Out With Injuries
Due to injuries, outstanding
freshmen prospects center Steve
Steiler and right halfback John
Haley will not see any action.
The starting lineups for both
squads will be a combination of

these newcomers, returning let-
termen and former reserves.
The Lineups
The complete starting lineup
for the-Blues; Mans or Korowin,
left end, Will Hildebrand, left
tackle, Schopf, left guard, Gerry
Smith, center, Alex Callahan,
right guard, Schmidt, right tackle,
Brown, right end, Stamos, quar-
terback, Darrell Harper, left half,
Paul Raeder, fullback and Brad
Myers, right half.
Starting for the Whites; Gary
Kane, left end, Dave Palomaki,
left tackle, George Genyk, left
guard, Pampu, center, Mike Fil-
lichio, right guard, Bill Stine,
right tackle, Bob Jol2nson, right
end, Stan Noskin, quarterback,

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McRae, left half, Tunnicliff, full-
back, and Gary McNitt, right half.
Four of last year's regulars will
be in the starting lineups. The
Blue team will have an advantage
here as it boasts three of them,
Callahan, Harper and Myers. Cap-
tain Genyk will start for the
White squad. Other lettermen
starting include Smith, Kane,
Palomaki, Fillichio; Stine, John-
son, Noskin and McNitt.
Questionable Starters
Besides Steiler and Haley, Fred
Julian will not see action and
Tom Jobson is also a questionable
participant.
The game is scheduled to begin
at 2 p.m. and everyone will be ad-
mitted without charge.

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May 8 and 9
and
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