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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 31, 1=969

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By ROBIN WRIGHT
Associate Sports Editor
Ever stereotype a football
player?
You probably see him as big,
strong and close to ferocious.
A phys. ed. major who dreams
of becoming a high school
coach.
Spends his extra time watch-
ing pro football on TV.
Doesn't think about anything
but school and sport.
Right?
Well, you're wrong.
And Cecil Pryor proves it.
Admittedly the 6' 5", 240
pound defensive end physically
fits the role of an athlete. Even
his roommate confessed, "You
don't want to mess with a big
dude like that."
BUT THE SENIOR from Cor-
pus Christi, Texas is a man of
his own mind.
N o t at all inhibited, Pryor
will easily grant that one of his
greatest talents, besides those
on the field, lie in the kitchen.
"I really enjoy cooking," he
commented. "I like Mexican
food the most, especially en-
chilottas,' although his room-
mates will contest that his

lemon meriengue pie is his spec-
ialty.
The only type of cooking that
stymies him is barbecuing. He
explained, "My father is a great
with a grill. He really taught
me to like barbecued food.
"Once I tried to grill dinner
up here, but got so messed up
that I had to call home three
or four times to get instruc-
tions."
Another interest that brings
out his individuality is his de-
sire to work in public relations
after graduation.
He expounded on the voca-
tion, "For three summers I've
worked in the public relations
department of Dow 'Chemical,
and I would definitely like to do
the same type of work again.
"No matter what I do, it prob-
ably won't include more school.
I'm ready to do something dif-
ferent. I'm tired of school," he
added.
Pryor would prefer to t a k e
time out to play professional
football, although he modestly
commented, "That's a 1 o n g
shot."
Whatever he does, Pryor plans
to go back where there's warm
weather year round. "I'd never

t : Pryr
been in a cold climate or seen
snow before I came up here to
school. I thought I'd like it, but
I changed my mind fast," he
explained,
COLD WEATHER has become
such a phobia with him that his
roommates have started to tease
him about being drafted by the
Green Bay Packers. Apparently,
his first choice is t h e Dallas
Cowboys.
Besides t h e radical climate
changes, t h e thing that irri-
tates Pryor most is the cold-
ness of people in the north. "I
didn't expect that there could
be that much difference," he
remarked.
"But people in the North are
so much more concerned with
themselves than with others.
The atmosphere in the South is 3
so much more congenial."
Pryor is also attracted to
the beaches and the Gulf Coast
in the South. Since he lives just
two miles from the coast, Pryor
enjoys working out on the beach
and running in the sand dunes
to keep in shape during t h e
summer. As he explained "It's a
nice way to get ready for the
season."
If he had his choice, Pryor
would like to continue the easy
pace of life, o n 1 y "in jet-set
style."
"I like to have fun and party
a lot," he acknowledged. "Trav-
eling around the world would be
real interesting because of the
different people f r o m various
cultural backgrounds you'd get
to meet."
philosophy
BUT PRYOR also has a ser- But the
sous side. Not active in politics pies most
or the black movement, Pryor is football
justified his stance, "I'm ap- As a s
prehensive about the effective- defensive
ness of an individual, or even a debacle at
group, when you're fighting tainly like
the 'establishment.' season wi
"There's just not much the country.
little people c a n do about it. Pryor f
People have tried over and over the outco
to change the system, but it's past Wis
been ineffective. I follow the should be
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Pryor (55) lassoes a Washington Huskie

y-'to each his own'."
e activity that occu-
of Pryor's serious time
,.
enior, Michigan's top
player in last year's
t Columbus, would cer-
to finish off his last
th a j aun t to sun
feels confident about
me, "If we can g e t
zonsin and Iowa, we
able to go.
ace it, Illinois is not
team, and Ohio State
e. Although we won't
t win if we win the
le, I really believe we
Ohio State," he fore-
t only have the home
antage, but we'll real-
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happened last y e a r.
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"I'm fully confident we'll get the hell kicked out of us."
With those prophetic words, perhaps the most monumental piece
of wisdom since Nasser's "we shall overcome," the wcbn coach sum-
med up his teams chances in Sunday's game with the bloodlusting
Daily Libels, the Draculas of the Diag.
According to an understaff observer of the masochistic legions
of wcbn, "the team is a bunch of physical wrecks," and their mental
condition ain't exactly rootin-tootin if they actually were foolhardy
enough to challenge the Libels' meatgrinder.
In a rare moment of Libel leniancy, Star flanker DT's Cusumano
agreed to throw a touchdown pass to a wcbn player, provided he
can find one strong enough to hold onto it.
Coach Buster Block also announced plans to start Robin Wright
at broadback, a special offensive position designed to exploit her
talents to bust the big play. wcbn sports ignoramus Brian (Zemach)
Daniels expressed concern that with Robin up front, it could be a
hard afternoon for the super-statics.
For the edification of the masses who desire to be as foolish
as the experts, we print below the picks of the senior sports editors,
the greatest bunch of know-it-alts this side of Spiro Agnew, with
consensus in capitals. So, to win a free Cottage Inn Pizza to heave
at the Senior editor of your choice, just hightail your Gridde Pickings

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1. Wisconsin at MICHIGAN
2. PURDUE at Illinois
3. Indiana at MICHIGAN
STATE
4. OHIO STATE at North-
western
5. Minnesota at IOWA
6. DARTMOUTH at Yale
7. WEST VIRGINIA at Ken-
tucky
8. TENNESSEE at Georgia
9. SOUTHERN CAL at
California

10. South Carolina at FLORIDA
STATE
11. KANSAS STATE at
Missouri
12. LSU at Mississippi
13. COLORADO at Nebraska
14. OKLAHOMA STATE at
Kansas
15. FLORIDA at Auburn
16. Duke at GEORGIA TECH
17. Miami at HOUSTON
18. NORTH CAROLINA at
Virginia
19. SYRACUSE at Pittsburgh
20. DAILY LIBELS at wcbn

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ANDY BARBAS, Executive Sports Editor (85-35, .708) - MICHIGAN, Purdue,
Michigan State, Ohio State, Iowa, Dartmouth, West Virginia, Tennessee, South-
ern California, Florida State, Missouri, LSU, Colodado, Oklahoma State, Florida,
Georgia Tech, Houston, North Carolina, Syracuse, DAILY LIBELS.
JOEL BLOCK, Sports Editor (82-38, .683) - MICHIGAN, Purdue, Michigan
State, Ohio State, Iowa, Yale, West Virginia, Tennessee, Southern California,
South Carolina, Missouri, Mississippi, Colorado, Oklahoma State, Florida, Georgia
Tech, Houston, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, DAILY LIBELS.
ROBIN WRIGHT, Associate Sports Editor (81-39, .675) - MICHIGAN,
Purdue, Michigan State, Ohio State, Iowa, Dartmouth, West Virginia, Ten-
nessee, Southern California, Florida State, Kansas State, LSU, Colorado, Okla-
homa State, Florida, Georgia Tech, Houston, North Carolina, Syracuse, DAILY
LhIELS.
BILL CUSUMANO, Associate Sports Editor (81-39, .675) -- MICHIGAN,
Purdue, Michigan State, Ohio State, Iowa, Dartmouth, West Virginia, Tennessee,
Southern California, Florida State, Kansas State, LSU, Colorado, Oklahoma
State, Florida, Georgia Tech, Houston, North Carolina, Syracuse, DAILY LIBELS.
JIM FORRESTER, Associate Sports Editors (66-34, .660) - MICHIGAN,
Purdue, Michigan State, Ohio State, Iowa, Yale, West Virginia, Tennessee,
Southern California, Florida State, Kansas State, LSU, Colorado, Oklahoma
State, Florida, Georgia Tech, Houston, North Carolina, Syracuse, DAILY LIBELS.
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