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PAGE SEVEN
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1', 1965
Wolverines

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

*Don't

Plan on Losing'-Mason

MICHIGAN'S MUSIC!

Records by the Men's Glee Glub, or U. of M. Band,
as well as AA own B.W. Dixieland Jazz Band,
are always in stock at L.M.S.,

WE GOOFED
Yesterday's Daily contained
a staff-written story stating
that there is a dearth of talent
onl the Michigan bench. The
nightheditor carelessly approv-
ed the inaccuracy without real-
izing the articlerimplied that
the ability of our football re-
serves "was in a scarcity that
rendered it dear." The night
editor showed a dearth of edit-
ing acumen.
By DALE SIELAFF
What about psychology?
What if the Wolverines lose an
early-season game, say Purdue or
Michigan State?
Will it sour the team for the
rest of the season?
When asked about losing, Line
Coach Tony Mason summed up
the attitude of the entire team
by saying, "I just don't plan on
it.

"It's like a meal. The closer you
get to the food, the hungrier you
get. Last week the game seemed
far away, and there was relatively
little tension. Now, everybody feels
it, I feel it. The guys just have to
go out and hit somebody."
The players are together for

dinner, practice sessions, game
and practice films, all with one
purpose, to build a team that can
win. As the season gets closer, the
players are together more, and the
tension builds.
"We'll be together almost con-
stantly from now on," Mason said

GRID SELECTIONS
Ego-conscious, pseudo-expert forecasters! Now is your chance
to join the ranks of the immortal, by winning this week's Daily
football contest. Entry blanks, available at The Daily, must be in by
midnight tonight, in order to enable the competitor to take on this
week's guest selector, The Girl from Window A, and win two free
tickets to the Michigan Theatre.
Among all-time greats in The Daily contest is the immortal
"Ace" Sanskrit, who picked 33 straight Faculty League games back
insthe Paleolithic Era.
THIS WEEK'S.GAMES
Consensus in capital letters
1. MICHIGAN at North Carolina 11. PURDUE at Miami (O.)
2. Texas Christian at NEBRASKA 12. COLORADO at Wisconsin

TONY MASON

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3. UCLA at MICHIGAN STATE
4. ALABAMA at Georgia
5. NOTRE DAME at California
6. Oregon State at ILLINOIS
7. Kansas State at INDIANA
8. Washington State at IOWA
9. MINNESOTA at USC
10. FLORIDA at Northwestern

13. SYRACUSE at Navy
14. Air Force at WYOMING
15. Army at TENNESSEE
16. AUBURN at Baylor
17. Buffalo at BOSTON COLLEGE
18. ARKANSAS vs. Okla. State
19. MANKATO at Stout State
20. Mars Hill at CATAWBA

TOM WEINBERG - Michigan, Nebraska, Michigan State, Alabama, Notre
Dame, Oregon State, Indiana, Iowa, USC, Florida, Purdue, Colorado, Syracuse,
Wyoming, Tennessee, Baylor, Boston College, Arkansas, Mankato, Mars Hill.
LLOYD GRAFF-Michigan, Nebraska, Michigan State, Georgia, Notre Dame,
Illinois, Kansas State, Iowa, Minnesota, Florida, Purdue, Colorado, Navy, Wyom-
ing, Tennessee, Auburn, Boston College, Arkansas, Stout State, Catawba.
JIM TINDALL-Michigan, Nebraska, Michigan State, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Illinois, Kansas State, Iowa, USC, Florida, Purdue, Colorado, Syracuse, Wyoming,
Army, Baylor, Boston College, Arkansas, Mankato, Catawba.
GIL SAMBERG-Michigan, Nebraska, Michigan State, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Florida, Purdue, Colorado, Syracuse, Wyoming,
Tennessee, Aubpurn, Boston College, Arkansas, Mankato, Catawba.
JIM IaSOVAGE-Michigan, Nebraska, Michigan State, Alabama, Notre Dame,
Oregon State, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Florida, Purdue, Wisconsin, Syracuse,
Wyoming, Tennessee, Auburn, Buffalo, Arkansas, Mankato, Catawba.
CHUCK VETZNER - Michigan, Nebraska, Michigan State, Alabama, Notre
Dame, Oregon State, Kansas State, Iowa, Minnesota, Florida, Purdue, Wisconsin,
Syracuse, Wyoming, Tennessee, Auburn, Boston College, Arkansas, Stout State,
Mars Hill.
GUEST SELECTOR, THE GIRL AT WINDOW 'A'-Michigan, Texas Christian,
Michigan State, Georgia, Notre Dame, Illinois, Indiana, Washington State,
Minnesota, Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin, Navy, Air Force, Army, Baylor,
Boston College, Arkansas, Mankato, Catawba. ,
I.

yesterday. The team leaves at 8:30
this morning, which gives them
better than 24 hours before the
game.
Bounce Back?
If Michigan loses an early game,
will incentive slip, or will they
fight just that much harder to
come back?
Last year the Wolverines bounc-
ed off a tough loss to Purdue to
become one of the top teams in
the nation, as well as Big Ten
and Rose Bowl champs. Illinois,
on the other hand, after taking
everything in 1963, lost an early
game to Ohio State, and had to
scramble to salvage a 4-3 record.
Head Coach Bump Elliott com-
mented, "This can work either
way. If they're tough, they can
come back."
No Incentive?
Another question which has
been asked around the Big Ten
concerns the loss of incentiveof
a defending champ, since they
can't go to the Rose Bowl. Ohio
State won in both '54 and '55,
and the Wolverines took two
straight titles in '47 and '48.
But Illinois' case is more typical.
After winning the conference race,
they slipped a couple spots in the
standings. This is due in part, to
graduation, but not entirely.
Elliott stated, "We have the
danger of thinking too much
about last year's team. We have
a lot of the same men back, but
that doesn't necessarily mean
they'll all play the same way this
year. More important, we're not
the same ball club as far as mental
attitude is concerned.
Early Games
"A team becomes a champion or
just another team on what hap-
pens early in the season. If you
win, the momentum builds up and
the incentive becomes to keep on
winning."
A question which Michigan fans
in particular have been concerned
about is the quarterback problem.
No decision has been reached as
to whether Wally Gabler or Dick
Vidmer will start tomorrow.
Mason commented, "We want
them both at their peak. They'll
both play, but it's still an open
question as to who will start."
No other quarterbacks, except
defensive starter Rick Volk, will
make the trip. Mason commented
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Minnesota 94 54 .635 -
Baltimore 83 63 .568 10
Chicago 84 65 .56410A
Detroit 81 66 .551 12%
Cleveland 78 67 .538 141
New York 73 76 .490 211
California 69 0.463 254{
Washington 64 "83 .435 29%zs
Boston 58 91 .389 36
Kansas City 53 92 .366 39%2
YESTERDIAY'S RESULTS
Boston 2, Cleveland 0
Kansas City at Minnesota (rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York
Batimore at California (n)
Washington at Minnesota (n)
Chicago at Cleveland (n)
Kansas City at Boston (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pc. GB
San Francisco 87 59 .596 -
Cincinnati 83 64 .565 4'2
Los Angeles 83 64 .565 4/a
Milwaukee 80 66 .549 6/Z
Pittsburgh 79 70 .531 9
Philadelphia 73 69 .524 102
St. Louis 73 73 .500 14
Chicago 67 82 .450 21
Houston 61 87 412 262
New York 47 102 .311 41/
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 7, Cincinnati 3
ri'adepha8 , Milwaukee 6
St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 1
Los Angeles 2, Chicago 0
San Francisco 5, Houston 1
TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Milwaukee
LOS Angeles at St. Louis
Philadeiphia at Pittsburgh
Houston at Cincinnati
Only games scheduled

that both Gableri and 'Vidmvr
should be equally prepared tol
start.
38 players will make thr trip.
the total allowed any team on a
road trip. No changes hav bee n
made in the starting line-up, and
yesterday's drill, concentrat_-g onI
the kicking teams, with a review
on both the offensive and de-
fensive North Carolinai pattierns
concluded the pre-season prac-
tices.
Table..Tennis
Meet",TIo Start
OnSaturday
Saturday, September 18th, the
Huron Valley "open" will be held
at the Forsythe Junior High
School on Newport Road off Mil-
ler. The tournament signals the
start of the table tennis season in
the Ann Arbor area. Table tennis
leagues organize on Sept. 27th and
29th.
The tournament begins at 9,
a.m. with the Midget (under 13)
and Junior (under 18) divisions.
The Men's Novice division starts
at 12 noon, followed by the Cham-
pionship class at 1 p.m. Ladies
singles start at 3 p.m., doubles
events are planned for all except
the Midgets and Ladies.
The event is being run by the
Ann Arbor Table Tennis Associa-
tion in cooperation with the Ann
Arbor Public Recreation Depart-
ment. Tournament director will be
Doug Brown. Competitors may
register at the tournament. Gym
shoes and dark solid colored
clothing must be worn by con-
testants.

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