SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1965
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By GIL SAMBERG
Paul Bunyan is all of 8'9" tall.
That's pretty big. And, as you
might expect, he's pretty much in
demand for the jobs he can do
like being a symbol of excellence,
or standing around at the front
of a locker room-that sort of
Well, 01' Paul just sort of stands
up there and looks down at the
Wolverines, looks down and says
things like "Shape up or ship me
out!" His experience makes him a
demanding fellow. You've got to
earn his visit.
He' demands the best. Especial--
ly in football . . . intrastate foot-
ball . . the kind of football that
Michigan and Michigan State have
been playing over 57 years of real
rivalry, and 'the kind that over
101,000 partisans will see again
Caretaker of Tradition
Soapy Williams gave Paul the
job of Caretaker of Tradition back
in 1953, figuring the big logger
could be his roving representative
better than, say, Mrs. O'Leary's
Cow. (Soapy knew his politics, and
he also knew that Elsie's cousin
would probably feel more at home
up at East Lansing-family ties
AT BOTH OF+
Bill Yearby and ,Mates Battle...
and all-and a governor must be
non-partisan. Well, the truth is
Williams is a Michigan grad). He
was so right.r
Michigan Stadium and Spartan.
Stadium. One holds 101,001.
the other 76,000. Paul could fill
them both on the same day. He
generates a homecoming every
time he's up for grabs. He puts
the fire into a cheer or catcall.
And every one of those 105 inches
demands the absolute best.
Throw Out Record
Throw , the polls away. Dump;
the ratings into the circular file.
This isn't just football.
This isn't just rivalry.
Scalping or no scalping, every-
one will get his money's worth
today. Eighteen consecutive sell-
out crowds can't be wrong.
The Harvard of Horticulture to
the north is no patsy. Ranked fifth Bob Aisa and
in the nation after not even pull-
ing a "dark horse" tag in pre-sea-
son predictions, State' brings all field, and with Juday in there,
the winning elements-speed, pow- State can emphasize passing."
er, and good size-to Ann Arbor Steve Juday (No. 23) is hitting
for the 1965 toe-to-toe. at a .583 clip with 31 completions
Spartans Outstanding this season. And the senior, last
"They have an outstanding week's Midwest Back of the Week,
team," said Head Coach Bump El- inall has totaled some 360 yards.
liott. "They have a powerful back- MSU's quarterback leads a diver-
sified attack which prefers the
power sweep and efficient short
pass for its drives.
Clinton Jones (26) at right half
GOOD SERVICE is State's best back bar none. He
put on 18 pounds of new muscle
G HOURS since last year, and hasn't lost a
step on the times which made him
OUR STORES a winning hurdles man in the off
season. Jones' 221 yards makes
him the Green's top rusher.
Eddie Cotton (No. 44) and Bob
CAMPUS Apisa (No. 45) divide the full-
back chores. Cotton, a senior, and
F MICHIGAN one of the few players from New
York City to find 'his way to the
SD Big Ten, is also an efficient block-
;AN UNIVERSITY er and a good heavy-duty runner.
Apisa's 214 yards have been
a gained by virtue of his power (he
ugs 'til Ten weighs in at 212 pounds) and
speed, a combination alien to tra-
ditional MSU fullbacks. Though by
no means an accomplished block-
er, his other skills easily make up
for the faults.
At split end MSU can boast of
a genuine star in Gene Washing-
ton (No. 84). Big (6'3", 215) and
fast (he won the Big Ten outdoor
and NCAA indoor hurdles) aren't
enough in description of this jun-
ior. Washington, who hauled in
25 passes as a soph, has 13 recep-
tions in three games thus far.
"State uses a 'Monster-type'
defense," explained Elliott. "They
will use one man in different gaps
and spot each play. (George)
Webster (No. 90) is their roving
The Spartan defense, which has
given up one TD in three games,
puts the big crush on with a
line averaging 245 pounds. The
most valuable and dangerous man
here is 6'7" Bubba Smith, a 268-
pound end. He is fast, aggressive,
and powerful enough to cut off
Jim Proebstie (225)........
Jerry West (220). ....
Norm Jenkins (215)....
Boris Dimitrof f (225) .. .. . ..
John Karpinski (215).......
Joe Przybycki (225)
Gene Washington (215)
Steve Juday (185).........
Dwight Lee (190) ....
LE ... . Steve Smith
LT... Charles Kines
LG Dennis Flanagan
C.......... ..Joe Dayton
RG .. Don Bailey
RE . . Jack Clancy
QB. .. Dick Vidmer
.Jm Detwiler (215)
Clinton Jones (205) .....a.. RH............ Carl Ward (175)
Eddie Cotton (215).........FB......., .. .Dave Fisher (215)
:I Favored Spartan
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Michigan's right side on the sweep.
Michigan, trying to crack down
on mistakes, went through prac-
tice in the only way possible'. . .
hard and often. The incentive is
overwhelming. And if any mind
strayed from the grudge game
ahead, the freshman squad, jog-
ging in from an afternoon of some
of their own head-knocking point-
ed him right with a bloody yell of
"The backfield is sound," com-
mented Elliott on the status of
his key runners. Jim Detwiler,
Carl Ward, and Dave Fisher will
all start this afternoon.
Jeff Hoyne and Clayte Wilhite
will start at the defensive ends.
Wilhite moved up because of the
marked improvement on defense
which he displayed well enough
last week. The trouble here for
Rocky Rosema and Tom Pullen,
both sophs, is, in Elliott's opinion,
What's the tradition? The score
for Michigan is 36 wins, 15 losses,
And besides, Ol' Paul said he
really likes it here in Ann Arbor.
No roosters in the morning.
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