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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 19'66

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1~66 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

Defensive Line Gets Stars But Not Stardom

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By BOB McFARLAND
Unless a defensive lineman has
the size and ability of a Bill.
Yearby, his name doesn't appear
in print too often.m
Maybe he'll receive occasional
mention as one of a long list of
unsung heroes, but it's always
much easier to describe how a
halfback niftily sidestepped six
defenders en route to a 60-yard .
touchdown than it is to tell of
the tackling technique which
brought the same runner down
behind the line of scrimmage for
the remainder of the afternoon. s
But such is the lot of the de
fensive lineman.. . all of the painf
and none of the glory. For ex-:
ample, Wolverine middle guard
Tom Goss, who will be anchoring
the front five on Saturday, re
ceives the dubious distinction of
lining up across from Oregon X
State's 265-pound center, Hawai-
Ian Rockne Freitas. What kind of
glory is that?.
Luckily, the remainder of the .:
Beaver offensive line isn't readyF
for the Chicago Stockyards, and FRANK NUNLEY
if Goss can contain his formid- strong play this fall has enabled
able opponent, the other Wolver- us to move Dave Porter to tackle,
ine defenders may get to take and give us a little more versatility
some shots at Paul Brothers and on the defensive line." Referring
Pete Pifer. to the junior's upcoming battle
Michigan Head Coach Bump with burly Freitas, he remarked,
Elliott termed the starting quin-
tet yesterday as "changed In
many ways from last year. We GIS
like to think we're as strong as
In addition to Goss who will be
starting his first game, Rocky Once again The Daily presents
Rosema and Tom Stincic are slat- the 245th renewal of that out-
ed to open at defensive end, while standing campus institution, Grid
Bob Mielke and Bill Hardy will Selections,
fill the defensive tackle slots. Of This year's edition, like its pre-
the five, only Mielke and Rosema ceding brothers, comes to you in
saw considerable action last year. living 'black and white..
Speaking of the defensive end Continuing to copy its renown-
position, Elliott said, "We're quite ed ancestors, Grid Picks offers a
pleased with that situation. Both slate of 20 action-packed, bone
Rosema and Stincic are coming crushing football clashes of na-
along well." Sophomore Stincic tional interest to test your knowl-
remains the only newcomer to edge of the country's top collegi-
break into the Wolverine starting ate elevens. Included in this ex-
lineup. citing package (but for the win-
Coach Denny Fitzgerald, in ner only) is a pair of tickets to
charge of the interior defensive the Michigan Theatre, currently
$ line, spoke highly of Goss. "His screning "A Fine Madness."
BOBBY RICHARDSON, New Carolina State in East Lansing.
York Yankee second baseman, of- Raye had suffered a minor foot
ficially announced his retirement injury during practice last week,
from baseball effective at the end but appears to be fully recovered.
of this season in a special declara-
tion last night. The disclosure Wolverine football coach BUMP
verified rumors which have 'per- ELLIOTT is expected to decide to-
sisted throughout the 1966 season. day who will start at left half
back in Saturday's home opener
Michigan State's No. 1 quarter against Oregon State. Elliott an
back, JIMMIE RAYE, ran and nounced yesterday that veteran
passed well enough in yeesterday's JIM DETWILER and ERNIE
scrimmage to indicate that he SHARPE will share duties at the
probably will be able to start in position.
Saturday's game against North * * *
While in London training for
*' 7 uhis upcoming bout with BRIAN
LONDON, former heavyweight
S n nchampion FLOYD PATTERSON
Staii n s received word yesterday that bur-
AMERICAN LEAGUE glars broke into the home of his
W L Pet. GB brother, Raymond, and stole his
Baltimore 89 55 .618 - crown, valued at .$35,000, some
Detroit 84 65 .552 9 time late Sunday or Monday.
Minnesota 80 66 .548 10
Chicago 76 71 .517 142 In addition to the crown, which
California 73 71 .507 16 was set with jewels, the burglars
KeandasCity 7380 .456 37,took '5 engraved gold watches val-
New York 65 82 .442 251 ued at $5,000, an assortment of
Washington 65 84 .436 26% other men's jewelry, the contents
Boston 65 85 .433 27 of a safe and Floyd's 1966 auto-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS mobile. The total loss was not im
Detroit 6, Minnesota 5 mediately determined.
Boston 10 Chicago 1
Washington 3, New York 2 The car was recovered early
Kansas City 3, Cleveland 1 (15 inn) yesterday morning about 18 miles
California at Baltimore (rain) from the scene of the crime.
TODAY'S GAMES - _--
Chicago at Boston
Washington at New York
Minnesota at Detroit (n) ATTENTION
Kansas City at Cleveland (n)
California at Baltimore (n) STUDENTS

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB Grand Opening
Los Angeles 84 59 .587 -O
Pittsburgh 84 61 .579 1
San Francisco 82 62 .569 2S2
Philadeiplila 78 67 .538 7
il Atlanta 75 70 .517 10
St. 'Louis 75 70 .517' 10/U I E S T
Cincinnati 71 73 .493 13, UNIVERSITY
Houston 63 85 .426 23
New York 60 85 .414 25 MOTORCYCLE
Chicago 52 92 .361 32?
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS SALES
Pittsburgh 9, Houston 3
Atlanta 10, Chicago 2z211 E. Ann-662-3979
St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
Piladelphia at San Francisco (inc) BR I DGESTON E COTTON
TODAY'S GAMES HODAKA
Atlanta at Chicago
Philadelphia at San Francisco HONDA PARTS SERVICE
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)
Only games scheduled
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"We feel Goss will give a good
account of himself Saturday."
Hardy was one of a select group
of Michigan gridders who found
that spring is a valuable time for
something other than romance.
His hard work in the spring drills,
along with his continued improve-
ment this fall, has enabled him
to move from the third to first
team. "He's in the best condition
of his career, and has exhibited
constant hustle in the pre-season
practices," Fitzgerald pointed out.
Hardy's stand-in at right tac-
kle, Porter, missed a week of drills
because of an injury, but he should
see plenty of action Saturday.
Fitzgerald termed Hardy and Por-
ter "very close" at the tackle
slot. Porter is also available for
duty at middle guard.
"Porter's winning the NCAA
heavyweight wrestling champion-
ship as a sophomore gives evi-
dence to his prowess, competitive-
ness, and speed," Fitzgerald con-
tinued. The 240-pound junior
should prove valuable in pinning
opposing ball-carriers.

up man is Dick Williamson, an-
other of the spring standouts.
Depth may rank as the biggest
problem for the defenders. Ken
Wright and Dennis Monthei sus-

tairied injuries in early play. the opening minutes of last sea-
Wright had figured to start at son's opener, started at fullback
defensive tackle before coming in 1963 and saw action as a line-
down with a case of "Michigan- backer in 1964.
itis," a knee injury. He is defi- The newly instituted "Oklaho-
nitely sidelined for Saturday's con- ma" defense has not changed the
test. Although Monthei had not duties of the defensive line or line-
figured heavily in early Wolverine backers greatly. What alterations
plans, Fitzgerald said the middle there are have been detailed in
guard candidate "had shown the form.
greatest improvement of any line- All considerations of ability and
man this fall." experience aside, this could be the
Monthei will be out of action for best year ever for the Wolverine
about three weeks. "We're not in defense, recognition-wise. Big
such a luxurious position that in- Ten publicity directors will keep
juries like these don't hurt us," track of about every kind of de-
Fitzgerald said. fensive play imaginable, down to
Fitzgerald summed up the de- the level of touchdown "saves."
fensive line prospects, saying, Still, middle guards like Goss will
"We may not always match our continue in their unhearalded role
competitors in size, but we will of attempting to slip past 265-
make up for this in aggressiveness pound centers.
and execution." SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
If an elusive halfback man- DAVE WEIR
ages to slip past the line, how- _
ever, he is likely to encounter two
first-class roadblocks in lineback- HAIRSTYLES GALORE
ers Frank Nunley and Barry Deh-
lin. Arguments by the auto indus- for the
try notwithstanding, the senior
duo will be more successful in FEMININE SET! !
halting enemy drives than any f No appointments Needed
disc brakes available."AiCodtne
Nunley's hard-hitting tackles * Air Conditioned
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ence and possibly All-America Near Michigan Theatre
mention, while Dehlin, injured in

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