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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE UW

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1966 THE MICHIGAN DAIlY PAGE FTVE

MSU Threatens

'M' Comeback,

Wolverine Grid Fans Primed
For Annual Ticket Scramble

(Continued from Page 1) t
Kentucky will probably reduce l
their chances nationally. L
The traditional Big Ten openers
with arch-rival Michigan State isp
in East Lansing this year and'
national attention will undoubted-
ly be focused on the defendingt
champs.
On paper, State is the logicalC
choice for the conference title,
with a star-studded lineup includ-c
ing All-Americans Clinton Jones,f
Gene Washington and Bob Apisa
on offense, and Bubba Smith andr
George Webster heading the de-
fensive corps.
Barefoot kicker Dick Kenney is
back to improve upon his 1965 rec-
ord (11 field goals and 20 extrat
points), and lettermen return att
almost every position. Quarter-r
back is the big question mark, but9
Coach Duffy Daugherty considersa
junior Jimmy Raye a competentf
replacement for Steve Juday.
Purdue has Bob Griese back and8
that alone spells trouble for the
other nine teams in the Western6
Conference. One of Griese's favo-
rite targets, Bob Hadrick, is gone,T
but Jim Finley and Jim Beirne1
provide the Boilermakers with two
top receivers.
In the backfield, the loss of twoi
Loken, Year-
Round Coach
Gymnastics is usually consid-
ered a winter sport, but for Mich-
igan Coach Newt Loken it con-
sumes the whole year. A 20-year
Michigan veteran, Big Ten cham-
pionship winner for six consecu-
tive years, and NCAA team title
winner in 1963, Loken spent his
summer vacation coaching the U.S.
Olympic Development Clinic at
Penn State.
The clinic was a mixture of
Pan American trainees and World
Games gymnasts, who lived up to
pronosications, beating the Canad-
ian National squad 222.35 to 216.25
on August 20. The Toronto meet
was partiallydesigned as a warm-
up for the U.S. World Games team,
which will compete in Dortmund,
Germany, in late September.
Former Olympian Abie Gross-
feld, who judged the Canadian
meet, is head coach for the World
Games squad. Loken has been
named his assistant, along with
Carl Patterson of Temple and
Gene Wettstone of Penn State.

top rushers through graduation
eaves converted defensive star
Lou Sims and several promising
sophomores with the task of sup-
plementing Griese's outstanding
aerial attack.
It will be a rebuilding year all
the way for coach Murray War-
math and his Minnesota Gophers.
Only three offensive regulars re-
turn from the 1965 team which
compiled a 5-4-1 record. Missing
from this year's roster will be such
names as John Hankinson, Aaron
Brown, Gale Gillingham and Kent
Kramer.
Unless Wisconsin's lines collapse
again, Michigan will have a hard
time matching last year's 50 point
total against the Badgers. An ex-
plosive offense is headed by field
general Chuck Burt who completed
over half of his passes last season
but had 22 intercepted. End Bill
Fritz and flanker Gary Bandor
are the best among returning
pass-catchers. Tom Jankowski and
sophomore Wayne Todd will han-
dle fullback duties while 205 pound
Lynn Buss is a sure starter at
halfback.
Illinois coach Pete Elliott is op-
timistic that he can replace grad-
uated greats Jim Grabowski and

Fred Custardo. If he can, the
Illini will be a serious threat in
the Big Ten race. Cyril Pinder and
Ron Bess will be the halfbacks,
while Rich Johnson and Doug
Harford will battle for Grabow-
ski's fullback job. There are a
number of talented returnees on
both lines, the best being defen-
sive end Bo Batchelder.
An offensive unit boasting Den-
nis Boothe, Bob McKelvey and
Woody Campbell in the backfield
and Cas Banaszek at end should
be the brightest part of the North-
western lineup. Heavy losses in
the line may prevent the Wildcats,
from becoming a serious title
threat.
The final game of the regular'
season will be down in Columbus,
Ohio, against Woody Hayes' Buck-
eyes. With passer Don Unverferth
gone, Hayes will most likely return
to his "three yards and a cloud of
dust" type of rushing offense. Bo
Rein is back at halfback with in-
jury-prone Paul Hudson at full-
back behind a huge line averag-
ing 234 pounds. Three holes exist
on defense but Hayes thinks he
has able replacements from the
best sophomore crop he has ever
harvested.

If you think the line to switch
from chemistry to anthro was
long, take a gander at the Intra-
mural Building this week.
It will be the scene of a campus
classic-the traditional battle for
the best student seats in Michi-
gan Stadium. The melee starts to-
day at 8:30 a.m. when Priority
Four students claw for tickets on
the 50-yard line. A good number
of these veteran Michigan men
(and women) will sacrifice attend-
ing their first few classes in order
to get a favorable position in
line.
Tomorrow, Priority Three gets
its chance while Two and One
must be patient for their respec-
tive turns next Tuesday and Wed-
nesday.
Students who want to get a
large block of seats may present

their bundle of ID cards and cou- of tickets still available at $5
pons at a special group window apiece.
where they, will be placed in the Order blanks for the road games
estimated middle of the priority and tickets for the home contests
area. (For high status Priority may be picked up at the Athletic
Four it will be in sections 25 and Ticket Office, State and Hoover.
26.)

To get the very best available
seats at the regular distribution
window, a student will be allow-
ed to purchase no more than two
tickets.
According to Ticket Manager
Don Weir, the student sales have
been moving briskly. What moved
even more rapidly were tickets for
two road games. Games with the
Wolverines' chief enemies Mich-
igan State and Ohio State, are al-
ready sold out.
Michigan's two other road games
with Wisconsin and California and
all the home games have plenty

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