WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Sophomore Stand-ins Play 'Wait and See' Role
By HOWARD KOHN
Sophomores have more poise.
They cut classes with more
regularity. They deal freshman
girls with more success. They in-
dulge In Seagram's with more
They stop paying ridiculous1
prices for books by simply not
buying the books. They write let-
ters of authority to their draft
learning how to tackle from be-
But experience is what the
sophomore needs-and gets.
And sometimes in the sweaty,
head-knocking, diet-control days
of football practice some first-year
ma.. Joes break through the dusty
haze at Ferry field into the beam-
ing limelight of Michigan Sta-
Ever since spring football prac-
most experience, but he was'
switched to offense.1
That left a myriad of green-i
horns-with Stincic and Kramer
right out of the Big Green Valley.1
But Stincic progressed, learning
the patterns and sharpening hisz
moves. At the moment, he's slated
to be the number one man oppo-
site Rosema and the only sopho-
more starter on the Michigan 1
Stincic last year won the John
Maulbetsch Award given annuallyl
to the freshman male student dem-
onstrating capacity for leadership'
and success. He's a former all-
conference end from Cleveland
Kramer, who's from Toledo, has
been shifted into a back-up role!
These two head a list of about
ten sophs who have a sporting I
ors on the team. Hoey's brother,
Marion, is a Wolverine thinclad
in the 440 and 660.t
Jerry Hartman, as a sophomore in basketball, track, baseball and
defensive back prospect on a team football. Last year, as a flesh-
which has four letterman defens- man, he played first-string on
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Johnson was named to several ive backs, faces the same situation.
All-America teams in high school. Hope for Linemen7
Also in the backfield and cur- Up on the line, however, theI
rently very much in the back- newcomers may hear opportunity
ground and quarterback candi- knock-especially at the rate;
dates Dennis Brown and Bob Ki- "kneeitis" spreads among the Wol-
eta. Brown primarily handled the verines.
Bob Penska is among those vie-1
ing for the crucial tackle posts-
a position recently depleted by a'
knee injury to Ken Wright.
Bob Baumgartner is moving up
among the guard echelons and
could be utilized later this season.
And offensive end Warren Sipp
could see some duty as a reserve
the winning basketball team in the
Fraternity division of the Intra-
According to Elliott, these 12
sophomores have been the most
outstanding in drills thus far. If
that old nemesis-injuryitis-de-
tours around Ann Arbor this ,ear.
11 could remain as just stand-:ns
waiting in the wings.
Otherwise . . . who knows?
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Penska repoins his former high
school grid coach, Tony (Jolly
Man) Mason who is now handling
the offensive line duties for the
Wolverines after leaving his head
coaching job at McKinley High I
in Niles. Ohio.
Another sophomore tackle ft om
Ohio was Dave Denzin, who lost
out completely on a chance to
break into the lineup when he
injured his (you guessed it) knee
Sipp was an eight-letterman in
high school where he participated
DEFENSIVE END ROCKY ROSEMA (83) is returning this year
as a starter for Michigan after playing part-time as a sophomore
last year. He's shown moving in for a tackle in one of his 1965
appearances. Backing up Rosema this year will be sophomore
chance to see action on the field
some time this fall. So far, none
can be classified as "sensational."
That doesn't mean that they'res
not going to help.
"As a body, our sophomores are
going to plug up some important
holes and give us some very much
needed depth," explains Head'
Coach Bump Elliott.
Five , of the more promising
rookies are listed as reserves for'
the offensive backfield, where a
veteran nucleus already has a
John Reynolds will spot return-
ing fullback Dave Fisher,rwhile
George Hoey, Ron Johnson and
Ted Jobe will serve as alternate
alternates at halfback.
Battle of the Breeze
Hoey, a fleet runner from Flint
Central, has been challenging
track letterman and starting half-
back Carl Ward for speedster hon-
freshman signal-calling duties last
year, while Kieta played both
Veterans in Charge
Neither has any illusions about.
a starting slot as field general
this year, with lettermen Dick
Vidmer, John Thomas and Rick
Volk trying out for the berth.
Volk, incidentally, had his first
chance to practice on offense in
yesterday's light scrimmage.
Meanwhile, Brown and Kieta
work and wait.
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boards asking for a 4-F status be-
cause of dandruff.
They rank in the big leagues
with the upperclassmen - out-
classing the freshmen as impres-
sively as Norman Vincent Peale
outpreaching Cassius Clay.
Labor of Love
They even get to play varsity
football. Or more precisely, they
get to knock themselves compet-
ing. for 'second-string fobs be-
hind established starters.
(Unless, of course, they're sophs
on this year's Michigan. basket-
Usually, "sophomore sensation"
is just a neat bit of adamant al-
literation which quickly changes
to "rookie 'reject" once the kid
crosses into the world of Bob
Griese, Gene Washington, Jack
Clancy and All-American cohorts.
It's Complete Again
It doesn't look that bad until
Joe Inexperience tries to defend
against Clancy, who's in his fifth
year at Michigan and is already
a draft choice of two pro teams.
The only experience Joe gains is
The Tang Soo Do Club (better
known to philistines as karate)
is holding a demonstration in the
Ann Arbor High School gym this
Saturday. The presentation by the
Detroit Tang Soo Do Association
and Michigan and Ann Arbor
Tang Soo Do club begins at 8
There will be an important meet-
ing this afternoon for all fresh-
men or varsity wrestling candi-
dates in the wrestling room of
the Intra-mural building. The
meeting begins at 4 p.m. Anyone
interested in wrestling is urged
All students interested in of-
ficiating for intramural touch
football see Earl Riskey in. the
I-M building this week. Knowl-
edge of basic football rules is re-
quired. Pay is around $1.50 an
Anyone interested in becoming a
varsity football manager for the
1966 season should contact Dave
Muir at Ferry Field'between 3:30
and 5:00 p.m. or call 665-8721 this
To readers and admirers of "The
I- "otainhead," "Atlas Shrugged"
Ind"For the New Intellectual"
tice last spring, a pair of sopho-
more ends-Tom Stincic and Jon
Kramer-have been battling each
other for the first-string slot at
When Jeff Hayne, the small but
scrappy defense ace who held
down the post with proven consist-
ency last season, graduated in
spring, he left the spot wide open
to a field of untried candidates.
Junior letterman Rocky Rosema
already had one defensive end
position nailed down, s6 the rest
of the prospective pass defenders
migrated over to Hayne's vacant
Senior Clayt Wilhite had the
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