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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1967

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Offense Rebuilds
DĀ£epleted Backfield
By YVONNE COLVARD Sipp, who played tight end last
History has a chance to execute season and tackle in his freshman
another of its well known repeat- year, realizes that work will be
ing acts this falln needed to make the change !n
Hank Fonde, Michigan offer- p oin.
sive backfield coach, is once again Fullback blocking, is different
faced with an empty offense line from any blocking I've done be-
vacated by graduation. Fonde fare." he says. Ihajobeen learn-
must find three new starters to ing the fullback job all during
move into positions once occupied Spring practice.
by seniors Carl Ward, Jim Det- Three quarb a d-o
vile, an Dav Fiser.Thomas, Denny Brown, and Dick.
wiler, and Dave Fisher e Vidmer-are returning to the line-
simiar situation to the one e e up this fall. Vidmer, of course, was
in now. At that time, Ward, Det- the starter all last year, and Fonde
wiler and (Mel) Anthony blended is counting heavily on he Pe
real well into a gr eat backfield. sylvania senior's passing ability
"We don't expect to come up to compensate for the loss of the
with another Rose Bowl blend, but three graduated runners.
we'll try to!,, Depth may be a strong point for
Wolverine coaches will 'try to, the Wolverine offense this year.
by shifting veteran gridders tThere are promising sophomores
at all three running positions, ac-
cording to coaching reports.
Back-up halfbacks include soph-
omores Garvie Craw, John Gabler,
Rob White, and junior Dave Fara-
,. bee.
A fifth prospect, speedster Tom
Barnes, is recovering from a knee
I .. ..operation and his status is ques-
tionable at this time.
Fullback benchmen are junior
SJohn Reynolds, and rookies Frank
Titas and Eric Frederico. Reyn-
olds number two fullback last
year, entered the Wisconsin game
when Fisher was injured late in
the third quarter and played well
through the end of the game.
Titas has been sidelined this
spring due to a slight shoulder
separation.
Not Definite,
of ~But..
"Nothing is definite yet, but
whoever is going to start next fall
has to beat out Sipp, Sharpe, and
WARREN SIPP Johnson. If we had to start a
order to fill the backfield with ame thorrand Viould go with
Big Ten experience. Fonde summarized the situation
Halfbacks Ron Johnson and by stating, "We are adequate in
Ernie Sharpe have switched posi- every position. But you don't win
tions, with Johnson moving to in the Big Ten with just adequate
right half. players. You have to have some
In a major move this season, great ones too! And, of course
end Warren Sipp will play full- you have to avoid injuries ..."
back, his old high school position. So far, Titas and Barnes are
Quick the only injured baeks. Then
"Sipp has good leg quickness again there are always those Ron
and has the advantage of Big Ten Johnsons who manage to contact
experience," praises Fonde. "He whooping cough. "Yes," jokes
needs to work on his blocking, Fonde, "those childhood diseases
though." always set you back a little!"

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