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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1966

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PREVIEW OF FALL ATTRACTIONS:
Gridmen Square Off in Finale

By HOWARD KOHN
Spring football practice con-
eludes Saturday with the annual
intrasquad game at 2 p.m. be-
tween the Blue and the White at
Michigan Stadium.
For the players, the game will
be a climax for five weeks of gut-
busting work during which they
ran and blocked and grunted
through the workouts with only
barking commands f r o m the
coaches for inspiration. They have
sweated away the pounds and
have won back the stamina and
coordination, and Saturday they're
going to retest their ability to per-
form under game pressure.
For the coaches, the game will
be another day of questions and
answers in the never-ending cycle
of improving strong points and
correcting weak points. They'll be
watching how the halfback fakes
on a handoff, how the end runs
his pattern, how the linemen block
out the tacklers and how the team
works as one animate unit.,
Crystal Ball
For the fans in the audience,
the game will be a preview of sorts
in what to expect this fall on the
Wolverine gridiron. They'll see the
new Oklahoma defense in action,

the best pass receiver in Michigan"
history, Jack Clancy, in action,
and the new players promoted to
the ranks of the starters in action.
Sitting in the audience--watch-
ing instead of playing - will be
graduating seniors like Bill Year-
by, Tom Cecchini, Tom Mack and
Wally Gabler.
Regulars vs. Subs
It'll be the first string offense
and the first string defense, the
Blue, against a changing array of
second, third, fourth and fifth
stringers, the White. "We plan to
substitute extensively to allow
everyone a chance to play," ex-
plained head coach Bump Elliott.
"However, the game will be played
according to regular game organi-
zation."
There will be offocials, including
a scorekeeper, and all the rigors of
game competition will be imposed.
For some of the players, notably
the freshmen, it will be the first
time they have played in the
shadow of the huge stadium. For
all of them, it will be a glimpse of
the place they hope to call "home"
for ten weeks next fall.
One of the attention-attracting b
facets of the game will probably =
be the offensive backfield. The o
Wolverines have been practicing i

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PLAYING BIG ROLES in the finale of Michigan's spring-training
scrimmage schedule tomorrow should be Dick Vidmer (27) and
Dave Fisher (33) above, who will start in the Blue team back-
field. Rick Sygar (18, above) will also return next fall but is
presently playing second base for Moby Benedict's crew.

Ne tmen Meet Spartans,
Gophers in League Play

By GRETCHEN TWIETMEYER
Tomorrow and Sunday's first
Big Ten meet with Michigan State
and Minnesota will erase a lot of
question marks for the Michigan
tennis team and Coach Bill
Murphy.
Prognostications have been good
for the netmen. "We have had a
good indoor season," says a grin-
ning, suntanned Murphy. "We
haven't been outdoors much but
neither have State and Minne-
sota."
Noyce Dangerous
The coach feels that we ought to
beat Minnesota, though Jerry
Noyce, first singles player from
Chicago, should pose a serious
threat to team captain Karl Hed-
rick.
State, however, has not only re-
tained most of last year's squad
but two sophomores, Bill Monan
from Florida and Micky Szilaygi
of Milwuakee, have taken the first
two positions. The sophs, along
with senior Laird Warner, and
juniors Vic Dhooge, Mike Youngs,
and Jim Phillips, who took fourth
in last year's Big Ten race, make
the outcome of the meet unpre-
dictable.
Weather Threatens, Too
Weather is another unknown
which will figure in the meet. The
competition is scheduled at the
Ann Arbor Racquet Club, located
at 3250 E. Huron, butt in case of
inc lement' conditions, the boys will
return to their usual training
grounds, the IM Building

Minnesota and State will start
the weekend with a complete sin-
gles and doubles match at noon
Saturday, and Michigan will play
Minnesota in doubles at 4 p.m.
Sunday, at 10 a.m., the netmen
will challenge the Gophers at sin-
gles, and wind up the tournament
with State at 2 p.m. -
This meet is the first, last and
only Big Ten competition for the
semester - the other meets are
scheduled for May and the NCAA
meet for June 13-18 in Miami, Fla.!
Lineup CertainJ
The only thing that does seem
certain is the lineup. Karl Hedrick
will play first position, with Jerry
Stewart, Jim Swift, Bill Dixon,
Ron Teeguarden, and Bob Pritula
filling in the other slots. Stewart
and Hedrick will play first dou-
bles, Swift and Teeguarden sec-
ondfl and Pritula and Dixon third
doubles.
But even the lineup is "based
only on indoor practice," and could
conceivably be changed. So, with
precarious Ann Arbor weather, a
yet unproven status, and on bor-
rowed courts with no provision for
spectators, the Michigan netmen
will begin the battle for their ninth
conference title In 12 years.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
STEVE FICK
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without two of their expected
backfield starters, halfbacks Jim'
Detwiler and Carl Ward, and an-
other possible starter, quarterback
Rick Volk, this spring. Meanwhile,'
he remainder of the prospective
backs have received an opportun-
ty to demonstrate their abilities.
Frosh in Backfield
Opening for the Blue will be last
year's bullpen signal caller, Dick
Vidmer, along with veterans Dave
Fisher and Ernie Sharpe and
newcomer Ron Johnson. The 190-
pound Johnson has been one of
he fastest improving players
among the frosh candidates and
will be lone starting freshman on
he Blue offense.
On the opposing White team
will be veteran second-stringers
ike quarterback John Thomas and
unning backs John Rowser and
Tim Radigan, along with frosh
George Hoey and Ted Jobe. The
fleet Hoey, the fastest man on the
spring roster, and the powerful
Jobe have also been impressive in
spring practice.

Stacked up against this offense
will be the new five-two-four de-
fense and Blue linemen like Frank
Nunley, Paul D'Eramo, Paul John-
son, etc.
It'll be a tough game with the
Blue battling to keep their first-
string status and the White trying
to move up in the hierarchy. And
whether you regard it as the finale
for the spring of 1966 or a preview
for the fall of 1966, it'll still be
football-Michigan-style.
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