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FRIDAY. APRIL 14, 1967 TUE MICHiGAN DAILY

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In tras quad Game: Expositionof Sring O

timism

By JOHN SUTKUS er lettering at tight end last fall.
Spring football practice cul- Ray Phillips, first-string tackle
inates tomorrow when the annu- last fall, has been moved over a
al intrasquad game in Michigan slot to guard.
Stadium at 2 p.m. Jim Berline has moved to the
Ostensibly, football is a fall head of the pack, at split end.
sporf,, when all the work is done. Only Spring
The decisions are made in the au- IBut it's only spring and Tom
tun The iep arest. The Pullen, leading candidate for tight
machine Is oil e, res end last fall until he was injured,
But it's spring and Warren Sipp isn't practicing.
has been switched to fullback aft- Dennis Morgan, lone returning
_____________ ______-starting linebacker, like Pullen,
has a bad knee and Isn't working
To out.

But all the gut-busting and
sweating in the spring isn't for
naught. Besides making the
changes, the coaches work on fun-
damentals and special projects,
like the new punt rule the NCAA I
instituted for the coming season.
The coaches get a chance to
see what personnel they do have..
And they begin to answer the
question of how good a football
team Michigan will have next fail.
The game tomorrow won't be a
real struggle. They won't split the I
team down the middle. As Tony'

Mason puts it, "It'll be the best
against the rest."
The coaching brain trust feels
that the squad has too little depth
and the game means too little to
stage an epic.
The first team blues will square
off against the second team
whites. The remaining squad
members will be spread between
the two opposing factions.
For Mason the game affords a
look at his latest offensive line
creation.
As usual, he exudes confidence.

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In fact, faced with the loss of that we're going to be good," he
three interior line starters, he explains.
cartwheels in where others fear 1Moving Phillips leaves only cen-
to tread. ter and 1967 captain Joe Dayton
"We got together and decided returning as a starter at his posi-
tion of last fall. "Joe's real steady,
he's always there," praises Mason.
* And the Wolverine offensive as-
off any effects of h movesh"e
be an All-America candidate,"
Mason states.
Starting beside Dayton at the
* other guard tomorrow will be Dick
Yanz. Bob Penksa and Pete Mair
will be at the tackles.
~ sAOf the three newcomers, only
Mair is a letterman. "But the
only thing we will lack is letters,"
cautions Mason. "We won't lack
experience. All of these boys -are
upperclassmen."
Maso'spimary concern hasbe"en
working on the new punt return
rule. "We're working harder on
the timing, so that by the 'time the
JOE AYlinem en take off th ballndill be
JOw ay ie DAYTONkickd. ut hiks wink Indicate
Oh, my son, is this a way

ing end of quarterback Dick Vid-
mer's aerials is Berline, who passed
up an opportunity to catch for the
baseball team to work on his pass-
receiving this spring.
bBacking uphsenior Berline will
beri two Erihomores to-be, Bill
Haris nd ricSorenson. And as
Mans warns, Pullen may be heard
Jim Mandich, another sopho-
more to be, is leading the pack at
tight end, with Tex Spencer and
Tom Weinman lined up behind.
"We lost a letterman at tight
end when Slpp went to fullback.
But Mandich has come on real
strong and Is a good bet to break
into the starting lineup next
fall," says Mans. Sipp was orig-
inally a fullback In high school so
the move was a natural.
pct anote goo passng gae,
The confidence Is there. Mason
last fall took a line that lost Toni
Mack and Charlie Kines and par-
layed it Into the anchor of the
Big Ten's most powerful offensive
machine. Mans coached an AUl-
America last fall.
But It's spring and the proof of
confidence Is months away. To-
morrow a few of the pieces may
start dropping into place.

TONY MASON

thata fw supries ay be in
sre."'
"W'll have the ball surrounded
when it comes down," adds George
Mans. His offensive ends, as eli-
gible pass receivers, can charge
downfield immediately. "We'll use
a four spread receivers pattern to
cover punts next fall."
Mans currently has the unenvi-
able job of replacing record-set-
tng Jack Clancy. The number-
one candidate to be on the recelv-

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Speaker: DAVE SUNDE
Director of Campus Crusade at Nor thwestern U.
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