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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1965
Michigan

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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list," said Mason yesterday. Head
Coach Bump Elliott made it cleart
that "They match us in weighti
. . . and in some places have us
outweighed."1
The Bulldog offense is a hard-
hitting ground attack. "They have
a power football team," comment-
ed Elliott after the Blue went
through a light workout yesterday
afternoon. "Ridlehuber (No. 12) is
an excellent quarterback and a
fine runner. Georgia doesn't pass
a lot (12 passes per game so far),
but he can throw the ball. They
use the short pass in the flat and
over the . line, but may throw
longer if it complements their of-
fense at the time."
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And when Ridlehuber does
throw, he has split end Pat Hodg-
son (No. 87), rated one of the
best in the South if not the
nation, as a target. When the
passing isn't heavy, as is the case
this year, Hodgson and tight end
Frank Richter are valuable block-
ers.
But remember. This is Georgia
marching North, and speed is
what brings them to Ann Arbor
ranked tenth among the nation's
college teams. Bob Taylor (No. 24)
is a strong, hard-running halfback
with good speed. He's the Bull-
dog's best, and easily' one of the
outstanding backs in the SEC.
I Bill McWhorter (No. 32) at the
other half can kick into some
pretty high gears also and is a
classy blocker to boot.
And where, led by a good run-
ning quarterback, do they run?
Up the middle 'where the Blue
havehdisappointed so many op-
posing offenses?
Are you kidding?
Southern Speed
The Bulldog's speed lends itself
naturally to hitting at Michigan's
weak spot on defense-the ends.
Why go through a line when you
can go around it? Today might be
an interesting one for the Blue
secondary when it has to defend
on the wings.

And if its offense doesn't cutl
the mustard, the Georgia defense
will be there to back it up as
usual. It is a squad which has had
linemen score key touchdowns in
its first two games.
A g a i n s t Vanderbilt, tackle
George Patton (who else if Geor-

gia marches North?) picked up a+
fumble and went 55 yards for the
score. Against Alabama guard+
Dick Philllips intercepted (that's
right, intercepted) a Steve Sloan
pass for another score.
"One of my tackles is develop-
ing an inferiority complex," Bull-

dog head coach Vince Dooley ex-
plained recently. "He hasn't scor-
ed a point in two games."

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"Georgia has a great defensive t
football team," stated Elliott.
"They'll make it a very tough
game."
"Their defense has to be one
of the best in the South," corn-
mented Mason. Dooley, last year's
SEC Coach-of-the-year, states
that it is the best in the South.
In other words, there won't be
much marching through Georgia
this year.
"It's a very quick, aggressive de-
fense," explained Mason. "They'll
do a lot of stunting, such as a
'drop end' (through the gaps). At
times they'll throw everyone in on
a blitz (the linebackers and the
ends)."j
Michigan is set again also.
Jim Detwiler is back, and Elliott
did not hold back a broad smile
when he made it clear that his
half back is in good health and can-
be used as much as always.
Rick Sygar goes back to his
safety slot, and Dick Wells will
be used as a reserve halfback.
Wally Gabler becomes back-up
quarterback to Dick Vidmer, but
Elliott made it clear that he
should see action today.

But with Bill Keating out for
the year, and Barry Dehlin still
sidelined with a knee inflamma-,
tion and a week to week question-
able for the season, line depth
becomes a problem. "Of course
we'll never have as much depth
as I'd want," said Mason, "but,
yes, this is a problem. We're just
not thinking about more injuries."'

former end (converted in 1964
because of an end surplus), will
take over for Keating on offense
opposite Don Bailey.
Junior Hank Hanna will be fill-
ing in for Dehlin on defense. Xen
Wright. a junior, and Stan Broad-
nax, an up and coming soph, will
be the first men to replace either
of these two, and are likely to see

Dennis Flanagan, a senior and a good deal of action.
The Lineups
GEORGIA MICHIGAN
Frank Richter (210) ....,....RE. ;..... .. ... Steve Smith (230)
Ken Pillsbury (240) ......... LT ......... Charlie Kines (240)
Wayne Brantley (200) .. LG. .... . Dennis Flanagan (215)

Ken Davis (215)............C
Jimmy Denney (190) ........RG
Edgar Chandler (205) .......RT.
Pat Hodgson (200) RE..
Preston Ridlehuber (195) ...QB.
Bob Taylor (195) ........... LH
Ralph Bray (180) ............RH
Marvin Hurst (200) .......... FB

.. Joe Dayton
..........Don Bailey
..... Tom Mack
.. Jack Clancy
S. . ... ....Dick Vidmer
Jim Detwiler
...........Carl Ward
..........Dave Fisher

(220)
(200)
(235)
(200)
(195)
(220)
(180)
(215)

-Daily-Jim Lines
Jim Detwiler Returns to Blue Attack
By GIL SAMBERG'
Call 'em rebs, call 'em Bulldogs, call 'em suckers. Call 'em any-
thing at all . .,. but don't call Georgia "just an old, sweet song."
Forget it!
Today's match will be a football game-real football-and the
Wolverines know it and have known it for a week. The spirit, the
incentive is back, and that's the name of the game.
Captain Tom Cecchini is a leader, but he's not the get-out-
there-and-holler fireball that Jim Conley was a year ago. Bill
Yearby pretty much keeps it to himself also.
Wally Gabler can do the job when he's on the field, but Dick
Vidmer doesn't wear it on hiso

-Daily-Jim Lines
FULLBACK DAVE FISHER takes a hand-off from first string
quarterback Dick Vidmer against Cal last Saturday. "The Can-
nonball" racked up 58 yards up the middle against the Bears,
but will need some balancing support on these plunges against a
strong, aggressive Bulldog defense.

from the land of
the rising sun
THEY'RE COMING

FOREIGN SERVICE
careers
William D. Boggs, Foreign Service Officer
will be on campus October 5 & 6 to dis-
cuss career opportunities.
A film, "The Unending Struggle," depicting
the work of the Service, will be shown.
See Bureau of Appointments.

shirt sleeves and make others try
it either. Yet somehow that feel-
ing is back this week after a long
absence.
Can't Feel Attitude
The coaches say that you can't
"feel" a team's attitude, that
noise doesn't score touchdowns,
that you've got to see it on Satur-
day to know that it's there. That's
true.
Ask Tony Mason what the
team's got on its mind.
"Just Georgia!"
And that's plenty.
Picked for a ninth or tenth,
place finish last year in the power-

laden Southeastern Conference,
the Bulldogs went 6-3-1 for the
season behind a quarterback
(Preston Ridlehuber) who was the
conference's leading rusher, and
finished second to Alabama. This
year Head Coach Bump Elliott
would rate them "among the best
in the Big Ten."
Georgia is big and last, very
fast. Southern teams have a habit
of listing the weights of their
starters, especially their lineman,
at the age of eight. Georgia is no
different.
"Their line is much bigger than
any of the 215-pound tackles they

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