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SATURDAY, SEl" TEMBElt 25, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1965 THE MICHIGAN flAtlY

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By RICK STERN
"If we don't lose, we'll win,
unless we tie."
Which is about as far as either
Michigan's Bump Elliott or Cali-
fornia's Ray Willsey would com-
mit themselves concerning the
possible outcome of today's foot-
ball game between the two schools.
The Wolverines' 1965 home sea-
son gets underway at 1:30 this
afternoon in massive Michigan

We hope
them."

that we are prepared forI

Praises Blue
Willsey praised the Wolverines
effusively but was nebulous as to
estimating how well he felt his
team would fare. "We scouted
Michigan and know that they have
a very fine football team. Though
they do not have-the incentive of
a Rose Bowl trip, they display a
lot of enthusiasm. As far as spec-
ulating on the type of game it will

lighted the day with touchdown
runs of 94, 70, 86, and eight yards,
though he was almost tackled on
the third run by an over exuber-
ant off-duty policeman who raced
on to the field and narrowly miss-
ed the fleet-footed All-American.-
Fourteen years ago in the 1951
Rose Bowl game Michigan won a
14-6 decision over California, as
Don Dufek, now a Wolverine
coach, sparked the attack.
Injuries Cut 'M'
A potential key factor in today's
contest is injuries. As expected,
Jim Detwiler and Barry Dehlin of
the Wolverines will see no action.
Replacing Detwiler at halfback
will be Rick Sygar, who in turn
is replaced at safety by Mike
Bass. Dennis Flanagan will take
over for Dehlin at the left guard
spot on the defensive line. Paul
Johnson, defensive tackle who was
ailing earlier in the week, is fit
and will start next 'to Flanagan.
On the California side of the
training table are three players.
Fullback Ron Minamide, suffering
from the flu, is questionable, while
linebacker Paul Hoeber and of-

fensive tackle John Rusev are
definite bench-warmers. If Min-
amide doesn't play, he will be re-
placed by 205 pound Frank Lynch,
a junior transfer student.
The only other change in the
.Wolverine alignment is signifi-
cant in that it will, for the first
time, put a player of Canadian
descent in the Michigan starting
line-up. Soph Tom 'Pullen takes
over for a fellow .sophomore,
Rocky Rosema, at the left defen-
sive end position.
Encylopedic Wally Weber point-

ed to the magnitude of Pullen's
ethnic -achievement. And a state-
from from the loquacious Weber
is as reliable an affadavit as any
fact would ever need.
California features a "Slot T"
offense which coach Willsey brief-
ly explained. "One end is split,
approximately ten yards from
tackle, and the halfback lines up
between these two men, but be-
hind the line." Other players re-
tain standard spots.
* *A*'
A fifth of Saturday's stadium

throng will be youngsters. Fifteen
thousand high school bandsmen
have invaded Ann Arbor for
"Band Day," an annual feature
of the opening Saturday. Youth-
ful drum majors and twirlers will
perform before the game, and the
main groups will ooze on to the
field for a colorful and sometimes
synchronized halftime show.
The game also is the 1965 de-
but of William Revelli's heralded
Marching Band, which hopes to
be heard above the high school:
din.
One figure familiar to Wolver-
ine fans in recent years will be
absent from the field this after-
noon. No, not more injuries. Drum
Major William McCann, a March-
ing Band fixture for five years is
no longer associated with the
group. McCann's replacements are
Lynn Cooper, from Ypsilanti, and
Jack Smith, from Ann Arbor.

The Lineups

CALIFORNIA

MICHIGAN

John Beasley (225) ....... LE...........Steve Smith
Chuck Ross -228) .. LT.......... Charlie Kines
John Caramendi (225) .,......LG .......... Bill Keating
Jeff Palmer (215).........C............Joe Dayton
Tom Brown (220).........G...............Don Bailey
Roger Foster (240) ... . . RT ........ .. Tom Mack
Mike Gridley (220) RE ....... Jack Clancy
Jim Hunt (190) ............ QB. .........Wally Gabler
Lloyd Reist (195) ............ LH ..... ...... Rick Sygar
Tom Relles (185) . ......... RH ........ Carl Ward
Frank Lynch (205) ........ FB .......... Dave Fisher

(235)
(235)
(225)
(220)
(195)
(235)
(200)
(190)
(180)
(177)
(215)

A cool day is forecast, with
peratures rising no higher
60, and skies partly cloudy.

ten
the

m-
an .

MICHIGAN'S RICK SYGAR grinds out yardage against North
Carolina last Saturday. Sygar, a regular at defensive safety, is
scheduled for heavy offensive duty today at right half, replacing
the injured Jim Detviler, out of today's game with a knee injury.

-Daily-Jim Lines
WALLY GABLER, relegated to second string QB status behind
' ick Vidmer in pre-season talk, will be at the starting quarter-
back position today against California. Gabler, a senior, is start-
ing his first game for the Maize and Blue.

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Stadium.

Ticket manager Don I be I really can't say. Sometimes

Weir has estimated a crowd of
about 78,000 which would be the
largest home opener i'n a decade.
The game will be broadcast on
radio stations WAAM, WUOM,
and WPAG in Ann Arbor, as well
as Detroit's WWJ.
Gabler for Opener
Michigan's Elliott announced
after practice yesterday that
Wally Gabler would start at quar-
terback for the Wolverines, but
emphasized that he would alter-
nate Gabler with. Dick Vidmer,
who started in the season opener
last Saturday.
Willsey, the California. mentor,
indicated that veteran senior Jim
Hunt was his choice as field gen-
eral. Willsey also will platoon his
quarterbacks,, and jDan Berry, a
junior, will spell Hunt.
Rebound vs. Dunker
California will be attempting to
rebound from a humiliating 48-6
defeat suffered last week at the
hands of Notre Dame. Michigan is
Bears Revisited
This afternoon's football
game will be rebroadcast to-
night on Detroit's Channel 50,
WKBD. The replay will begin
at 11 p.m.
attempting to put one and one
together and finish the afternoon
with a 2-0 in pre-conference play.
The Wolverines humbled accli-
mated North Carolina 31-24 last
Saturday.
Both Elliott and Willsey com-
mented that they expected "a
very tough game," but neither
would make any predictions. El-
liott scoffed at the handicapper's
judgments that have made Mich-
igan a 20 point favorite. "That's
foolish," he said, "and I'm sure it
won't affect our players. Cali-
fornia is a much better ball club
than last week's score indicated.
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This afternoon marks the third
meeting of Wolverines and Golden
Bears, Michigan hopes to make it
three wins in a row. The Wolver-
ines won in a wild contest, on Sept.
28, 1940. The score was 41-0, and
the immortal Tom Harmon high-

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