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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DATLV

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1965 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

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By RICK STERN
"Yes if I feel that the team
needs it, I'll take of f my coat. If.
I felt it would help, I'd strip to
the waist."-Tony Mason 11/18/
65:,
Isdon't care if Mason takes off
his pants at the game."-Woody
Hayes 11/19/65.
Michigan plays Ohio State in
a football game this afternoon,
but as indicated, the side show
may turn out to be the main at-
traction.
On the Air
The Weatherman predicts
temperatures in the 40's for to-
day's game, but tender grid
fans can see the action televis-
ed on Channel 4, in living col-
or no less. Radio stations
WUOM, WPAG and WAAM of
Ann Arbor and WWJ of De-
troit will also furnish a play-
by-play description. Game time
is scheduled to be 1:30.

Up until last week, the Buckeyes
carried hopes of a Rose Bowl
berth. Hayes, however, does notI
feel that a letdown is likely now,
that the incentive has been elimi-
nated. "We knew four weeks ago
that we had virtually no chance
to go to the Rose Bowl."
Going Strong
In the four weeks since thex
Michigan State loss, the Buckeyes
have defeated Wisconsin, Minne-
sota, Indiana, and Iowa, gaining
strength each week. Michigan, on
the other hand, must bounce back

OHIO STATE

MICHIGAN

Bill Anders (185)..........
Mike Current (240) .........
Ted Andrick (210) ......... .
Ray Pryor (220) .............
Doug Van Horn (235) ...... .
Dick Anderson (240) ........
Greg Lashutka (220) ....... .
Don Unverferth (210) ...... .
Tom Barrington (205) .... ,
Bo Rein (180) ..............
Will Sander (210) .......... .

LE .. ..... Steve Smith (230)
LT .......... Charlie Klnes (240)
LG .......Dennis Flanagan (215)
C . .. . Joe Dayton (220)
RG , .......... Don Bailey (200)
RT ..... ...... Tom Mack (235)
RE ...... , .... Jack Clancy (200)
QG .......... Wally Gabler (195)
LII ..,.......,..Rick Sygar (180)
RH ... Carl Ward (180)
FB ...,..,..... Dave Fisher (215)

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from their most humiliating de- . the Buck squad, is the leading:

feat of the season, 34-22 against
Northwestern.
And the worst thing about it is
that Northwestern's offense, which
Michigan was unable to contain,
is basically the same as Ohio
State's-a strong running game up
the middle.
Halfback Tom Barrington and
fullback Willard Sander carry
most of the running load. Bar-
rington has picked up 533 yards
and Sander 434. Halfback Bo Rein,
from Niles McKinley High, and
the only Tony Mason product on

pass receiver with 271 yards after
24 catches.
Bo a Blocker
Hayes referred to Rein as a tri-
ple threat player-"a good run-
ner, a good receiver, and a good
blocker."
But he did not fail to praise the
Wolverines either. "I have great
respect for Michigan's ability, the
type of ability they showed against'
Illinois. I would say that their
balance between passing and run-
ning is the best in the conference."
Hayes referred to Carl Ward as

a "fine athlete," and also prais-
ed Wally Gabler and Dave Fish-
er. "Gabler is an excellent run-
ner and there's nothing wrong
with Fisher either."
Hayes was asked if he thought
this year's game could be viewed
as a grudge match, since Michi-
gan won all the marbles last year.
His answer was a candid "I don't
know. I'll have to check with the
boys."
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
ChUCK VETZNER

In last season's battle, whic
decided the Big Ten champio
ship, line coach Mason match
Hayes down to the shirtsleeve
Michigan won the game and
trip to Pasadena.
This year, no Rose Bowl Bert
rides on the outcome of the ga
but the rivalry remains intenseE
Indicated by the fired-up state
Mason and Hayes.
Tarzan Training
Woody, volatile Buckeye coac
never wears a coat at footba
Pistons 'Knicked
By The Associated Press
The Detroit Pistons lost the
eighth straight game last nig
as the New York Knicks spurt
to a 116-109 victory in Detro
Dick Barnett led the Knicks wi
29 points. Ray Scott ;scored 23 f
the Pistons. Ex-Michigan star B
Buntin tallied 12 markers.
In other NBA games, Bal
;more out-ran, the Philadelph
76ers, 134-124, and a balanc
Boston team toppled Cincinna
129-103.

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Buckeyes' Hayes : "I don't care if he
takes off his pants."

Wolverines' Mason: "We can do anything
OSU can do."

as games, preferring the "hairy
of chest" school of coaching. Ma-
son, who used to coach high school
in Niles, Ohio, and sent most of
his top players to Michigan, is
all more rational about his burlesque
acts.
"I take off my coat because I
feel that Michigan can do any-
thing Ohio State can do. Besides,
I get warm during the games.
eir Freezing relieves perspiration."
ht The colorful Hayes was final-
ed ly cornered by this reporter in
it. the Inn America motel after a
th week long chase. Twenty-three
for person-to-person phone calls were
ill placed to Columbus, Ohio, and 23
times, Woody Hayes was "in a
ti- meeting." Even calls to Hayes'
Zia home were unsuccessful. "I'm
ed lucky if I even get to talk to him,"
ti, said Mrs. Hayes.
Hayes was in the motel's res-

taurant yesterday afternoon gorg-
ing himself on a huge piece of
chocolate cake. Escape was im-
possible. Woody, who looks the
part of one of the world's fore-
most gourmets, chatted amiably
until the subject of Mason was
brought up, at which point icicles
formed in his armpits. "This whole
thing is a lot of cheap crud, and
you can quote me on that. It's
childish. I don't care what Mason'
does with his clothes."
Nonetheless, Hayes' pride ap-
peared a bit touched by Mason's
success last year. Pouted Hayes,
"He didn't even take off his coat
till the fourth quarter."
While Mason did not deny feel-
ings of personal animosity toward
Hayes, he asserted "I think Hayes
is a good coach, period."
The Old Professor
Wally Weber, who knows every-

thing about almost anything, of-
fered his opinion of the Hayes-
Mason dichotomy. "They're both
dynamic, hard driving coaches.
Hayes, of course, is a veteran of
the league who has always been
eminently successful.
"He expounds the 'slam bang,
right up the middle' philosophy of
coaching. Mason is like Hayes in
that both shout and rant and rage
during a game."
Weber pointed out that Hayes
has been known to throw chairs
up and down in Michigan Stadium
then summed up his comments
saying "There's no doubt. Woody
Hayes is the Scarlet Scourge of
the Gridiron."
Double Feature
There is, though it may not
be immediately apparent, more to
this afternoon's show than "Tony
Mason versus the Scarlet Scourge."

There's a football game, too,
and that's what the 80 odd thou-
sand ostensibly expect to see.
Bump Elliott's Wolverines will be
trying to gain a break-even sea-
son in overall play. In confer-
ence they are two and four, and
a fifth place tie, is the best they
can achieve.
Ohio State, which has lost only
to MSU in six Big Ten games, car-
ries a six and two mark overall.

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