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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Grid Coaches Face

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Squad Lacks Experience

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BERT KATZENMEYER._
... loW years

as freshmen general lack or competitive ex- all three Victories coming over
ey may very perience would be reflected in the non-Big Ten squads. Through a
in n e x t results of the dual and triangular quirk In the schedule, Michigan
meets,.and eventually In the sea- -engaged Purdue and Ohio State
Brine fresh- son-ending Big Ten meet. extensively in dual-meet competi-
according to The coach's predictions were tion,
Brisson of vindicated as the Wolverine 'links- Each time the Wolverines were
Is. Katzen- men mustered only a'3-8 record beaten, usually decisively, by these
isson, if he during the dual-meet season, with teams. Any doubt that the sched-
ule of predominately strong teams
fl1 did not accurately indicate Mich-
f o rse an s igan's strength was cleared UP on
the second day, of the Big Ten
meet at Columbus,
Though they did not display im-
:' K zfirst day's 36 holes, the Wolverine
linksmen entered the final 36 holes
difficult to ninth, a 4604d. par five, for the with a fair chance of finishing
because the same reasons that the third, sev- second. Purdue was well out in
h their sur- enth and eleventh are difficult. front at the halfway mark, and
often not Student Fee the second day's rounds would
All that, is The student fee for an 18-hole decide only who was°going to
open spaces round on the course is75 cents, finish second.
Ly .approach-While the general public must pay Wolverines Fail
roX4.Te 0nadiio0o..se"acltis Michigan's competitive inex-
rl roli, the clubhouea at the coseaciters perience showed tself in the last
)~drlig h lbos.a h oreofr 36 holes of play. Most of the other
judge dis- locker rental and club storage by teams improved overx the first
1 of the putt. .the month at a nominal fee 'and a y'sashing, bdt Michiafil-
opriate club pro shop makes available all equip- day's showing, but Michigan fal-
by even the ment needed. A club repair service ed to take advantage of' perfect
)1fers, again is available in addition to a snack golfing weather and seemed to
eigth of the bar which serves lightlunches. ,weaken toward the end of the.
Another Course tournament-
es The university also operates a For" example, Kwasiborski and
holes to par faster, nine hole, par 27 golf Lovell, -two veterans on whom
bird, seventh course for student use. This course Michigan was heavily depending,
ird is a 245- is parallel to the main. course and each played eight strokes -worse
!enth a 415- the fee charged is 25 cents for a the second day than the first.
3 eleventh a nine hole round. The only two Wolverines who did
Allin all,- the opportunities to noticeably better on ,the second
ade difficult play, golf while attending the Uni- day had performed poorly on the
heir relative versity are many. Both the. ex- first 36 holes.
ause of the perienced and inexperienced can The net result was that Michi-
of t h e i r gain satisfaction from playing one gan was passed by all the other
o be harder of the two courses, whether it; be teams but Northwestern, which
ers. : the tough, 18-hole course, or the p 1 a y e d poorly throughout the
> par is the less difficult nine hole course. meet.
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tion is fullback. Captain John
Herrnstein will headline the line-
crashers. Tipping the scales at
215, Herrnstein has been tapped
as an All-American candidate
since the day he came to Michi-
gan. In his sophomore year he
gave plenty of evidence to support
these predictiOns, but last year,
in his second season, Herrnstein
was handicapped most of the time
by injuries..
Herrnstein Has Support
A- healthy Herrnstein could en-
hance Michigan's chances great-
ly, but if-.injuries should strike
again, Oosterbaan can call on
two other- fullback lettermen.
Gene Sisinyak and Tony Rio both
return to give added insurance, as
does sophomore John Walker.
All indications point to Stan
Noskins as the starting quarter-
back on the 1958 squad. Noskin
was Van Pelt's chief understudy
most of last season.
Last April, at the start of
spring training, it was expected
that Bob Ptacek would be the'
man to replace Jim Pace at left
half. But the-possibility of Noskin
sustaining injury led the Michi-
gan coaches into trying Ptacek
out at quarterback:
B Began, at Quarterback
The position is not rally *a new
one to the, blonde senior from
Cleveland, Ohio. Ptacek originally
came ,to Michigan as a quarter-
back. With Ptacek, who excels at
blocking, at quarterback, it is pos-
sible that Michigan will use more
single wing this year. If this is
the 'case, Darrell Harper will do
most of the ball-carrying from the
left half position. When employ-
ing the T-formation, fans can ex-
pect to see Noskin or senior John
Spidel at quarter and Ptacek at
left half. Jim Sytek and Dave'
Brown may also add some help.
In th fall of 1957, as thebseason
approached, the 'main problem
that confronted the coaches was
filling the right halfback position.
Terry Barr had graduated and
Shatusky was the only man re-
turning who had some experience.
This problem does not exist this
year.
-Brad Myers, who fought his
way into the starting lineup last

year, is only a junior. But a battle'
for the starting post is bound to
ensue between Myers. and Fred
Julian. Julian, handicapped most
of last season by injuries, im-
pressed all observers in the spring
workouts with his hard running
and grim determination. Al Groce,
also only a junior, will add depth
at right half.
Only Ends Secure
The only positions in the line.
that are secure are the ends. It
is somewhat of a Michigan tradi-
tion to have strong pass catchers.
Walt Johnson and Gary. Prahst,,

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the starters on othe 1957 squad,
are both back. The Wolverines did
lose Chuck Teuscher, a promising
end who dropped out of school
last spring, losing a semester of
eligibility. It is possible that Spi-
del may also see some action at
end, as well as quarterback.
Two sophomores should possib-
ly provide some aid. They are
John Halstead, a 205-lb. Bay City
all-stater, and Gary Kane, a 6'2",
215-pounder from Elgin, Ill., who
earned all-state honors in both
football and basketball.
There are three returning let-

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termen among the tack]
Smith, Jared Bush c
George Genyk all saw a
year.
Deskins Good Pro
Expectations are high
position. The cause of
fulness is Don Deskins,
ex-Marine from Jams
The giant sophomore i
fast and it is possible th
open the season at gua
he will be able to pull
line and lead the interf
end runs.
See HERRNSTEIN,P

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