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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1966

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1968

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Gophers Have
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By CLARK NORTON
Anybody know right off hand1
what Bobby and Ted Kennedyx
have in common? Besides the fact,
of course, that both would prob-
ably wear "Fulbright for Presi-
dent" buttons to the White House,
and neither's mother answers to
the name "Whistler."
Of course. Their older brother
was President.
Now try this one. What does
Ray Stephens have in common
with his little brother? (Includingr
par ents, thank you.)
Right again, provided that you
v entuired that both have an older
brother named Sandy who just
E SCOUTING
THE BIG TEN

even have as much going for them
as Stephens' last name. "Neither
is a pin-point passer, nor exper-
ienced," Warmath laments.
Gophers on Ground
The final conclusion? Minne-
sota will rely more on a running
attack this season, naturally. The
best of last year's good freshman
team, sophomore running backs
Maurice Forte, Dennis Cornell,
and Mike Danielson, are threaten-
ing to capture the jobs of last
year's starting halfback Dick Pet-t
erson and fullback Joe Holmberg,'
who was the leading Minnesota
ground gainer last season.

has deserted to handle split-end
duties are 160-pound speedsters
Ray Whitlow and Hubie Bryant.
Both are experienced lettermen.
"We plan the little guys at flanker
because they are too small for in-
side blocking and maybe we can
shake loose out there," explained
Warmath about the switch.
Shake 'Em Up
Minnesota will need to shake a
lot of men loose to equal last year's
mark of 5-2 in the Big Ten, good
for third place. One of the wins
they chalked up was over Mich-
igan in a 14-13 thriller at Minne-
sota. Before they defend the Little

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happened to be a very good quar-
terback for the Minnesota Goph-
ers about five years ago.

RAY WHITLOW
well. This year they might
notice it was gone.
For while Stephens has a
cided lead over both Ly
Johnson and Harold Stasse

But sophomores also mean ineN- Brown Jug, the Gophers will have
perience, and Warmath has a bad_________________
case of that on hand as it is Only'Gapes
ers," according to Warmath, are Anyone interested in either
returning this season. Twenty-two varsity or freshman wrestling is
lettermen have been lost in all. invited to see Coach Cliff Keen
"Our squad is not only young and today in the wrestling room at
tot inexperienced," moans the Minne- the Sports Building.
sota coach, "but lacks our usual
de- bigness and certaily will lack to face non-conference foes Mis-
ndon polish." souri, Stanford, and Kansas, and
n in! A Nice Target But tackle conference opponents In-

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Big Brother
Now the fun begins. It seems
that Ray wants to be just like his
big brother Sandy, and he's not
even moving to New York toF do
it. As a matter of fact, he's stay-
ing right up there in Gopherland,
and would like very much to
assume the starting quarterback
assignment vacated by John
Hankinson this year. Hankinson
was the guy who broke every ma-
jor Minnesota passing record last
season, and was rumored to be
insured by Lloyd's of London by
the Minnesota Athletic Depart-
ment; It has been suggested that
the only fitting monument to
Hankinson would be to retire both
his number, and his position as
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the race to emulate his brother'
and help the Minnesota fans for-
get about Hankinson, he hasn't
quite convinced Murray Warmath,
the Gopher's head coach, that he
is the answer to all his problems.
Man and Boy
"When you compare the two
(Sandy and Ray) at the sopho-
more level, you are talking about
a man and a boy," Warmath ex-
plained. "Sandy was a real foot-
ball player the first time he walk-
ed on our field. Ray was never a
high school ballcarrier and he has
to throw better than he did in
spring practice."
The other two Gopher quarter-
back contenders, Larry Carlson
and Curtis Wilson, however, don't
THE BLACKS"

One of Warmath's charges who
will not lack polish is Ken Last,
a senior split end who broke every
major Minnesota pass receiving
record last year as a flanker. But
Last won't find Hankinson's fin-
gerprints on any ball he snags this
year, and it's likely he won't find
anyone's quite as often. An old
football axiom is that someone
must know how to throw the foot-
ball before another can catch it.
The leading contenders to cap-
ture the flanker spot which Last
Major Leagi
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Baltimore 89 51 .636 -
Detroit 79 62 .560 10%
Minnesota 77 65 .542 13
Chicago' 73 70 .510 17/
Cleveland 72 71 .503 18f
California 70 70 .500 19
Washington 64 81 .441 27%/
Kansas City 63 80 .441 27V2
Boston 64 82 .438 28
New York 62 81 .434 28
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 5, Cleveland 4
Baltimore 3, New York 2
Kansas City 6, California 3
Detroit 4, Washington 0
Minnesota 6, Chicago 4
TODAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled

diana and Iowa. Minnesota will
then square off with the Wolver-
ines on Oct. 22 in Ann Arbor, at-
tempting to gain the world's most
famous college football trophy for
the sixth time in the last seven
years.
A lot may depend on whether
Ray Stephens can make his name
synonymous with successful Min-
nesota quarterbacking, or remain
overshadowed by the guy with his
namesake who sang "Ahab the
Arab."

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh 82 59 .582 -
x-Los Angeles 79 58 .577 1
x-San Francisco 80 59 .576 1
Philadelphia 76 66 .535 6Y
St. Louis 72 69 .511 10
Atlanta 71 70 .504 11
Cincinnati 70 70 .500 11Y
Houston 63 80 .441 20
New York 60 81 .426 22
Chicago 49 90 .353 32
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Atlanta 8, Pittsburgh 3
St. Louis 6, Houston 5
San Francisco at Los Angeles (inc)
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