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PAGE 'SIX

THY MICHIGAN IDAIIA

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I6, 1966

PAGE SIX FRIDAY, SEPTE~IBER 1.6, 1966

Tis sis your chance,
Student #7026 941.
Drink Sprite and be
somebody. ___
Take heart. Take a dime.E
Then take a bottle of Sprite
from the nearest popI
machine.
Suddenly it's in
your hand. Cold,
Biting. Tart and
tingling. ,You
cackle fiendishly
and rub your hands
together. (You
should; they're
probably chilled to
the bone by now.1
You tear off to a
corner,-alone, but
within earshot of
your fellows,
And then? And then? And then you unleash it.
SPRITE! It fizzes! It roars! It bubbles with
good cheer!
Heads turn. Whisperings. "Who's 'that strangely
fascinating student with the arch smile.And what's
in that curious green bottle that's making such
a racket?"
And you've arrived! The distinctive taste and
ebullient character of Sprite has set you apart.
You're somebody, uh.. .uh, whoever-you-are.
SPRITE. SO TART AND
TINGLING, WE JUST COULDN'T
KEEP IT QUIET.
SPRIt S5 A REGIERED TRADE MARK
SUBSCRIBE TO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Illinois Attack Revamped the
ma

SCOUTING
THE BIG TEN
By JOEL BLOCK

and "end" will replace "fullback sophomore and catches every-
and linebacker" as favorites in thing thrown near him.
;Pete Elliott's vocabulary. Defensive end Bo Batch'bler
With game-breaking speedsters is probably the only person co
Cyril Pinder and Billy Huston, intercept two of Bob Griese's
the Fighting Illini will be able to passes and steal the ball out of
score from anywhere on the field. the illustrious Purdue quarter-

gained first place in the quarter-
back rivalry duringtthe spring
drills and will try to follow in
he footstei.s of departed Fred
Custardo. Deean Volkman served
most of last year holding the ball
fnr, r'rncfarrln~~'e lr rn - n

To 'Red' and 'The Suckers':
THE DAILY Apologizes

For the past few years, Illinois
football has meant a grind-it-out 'We're going to run our half-
offense powered by a bulldozing backs a lot more this year than
fullback, and a fearsome defense we ever did with Grabo around,"
spearheaded by a crunching line- stated head football coach Pete
backer. But this year, the Illini Elliott. "Doug Harford, a 190-
path to glory will have to be pound senior, will also fit nicely
blazed by a wide-open offense into our attack. He's got real
bad abreampeddefensivfenpsa-good speed and we'll be able to
and a revamped defensive pla- run the ends with him as well as
Gone is Jim Grabowski and all the halfbacks."
his rushing records and All- Ends No Problem
America selections. Gone also are Elliott's ends, both offensive
Don Hansen and Dick Butkus, the and defensive, should be great,
monster linebackers of the last if not better. Junior John Wright
two years. captured the Big Ten pass-receiv-
This year, the words "halfback" ing championship last year as a

back's hands in the same game.

tou uustaraosi ip vreuy anaai- In line with our "Accuracy is next to Cleanliness" policy, THE
though a senioi, is virtually un MICHIGAN DAILY would like to print a public apology for a story
tested. Uthat appeared in our paper on November 28, 1923.
Untested Trio LET IT BE KNOWN that the DAILY is never too stuffy
Probably the area damaged most to admit its misteaks. Today we are admitting one. Tomorrow
by graduation was the defensive we may admit another.
backfield. The only man return- wemya itnohr
bingfis Ph Knlly an 6-0, 178Yes, something did prompt us to print this retraction.
pound n, and he did no more After "Red" Grange set the nation agog in 1923 by leading
than share his halfback spot with undefeated Illinois to the Big Ten and National Championships
Trenton Jackson last season. (winning four tight games singlehandedly), Sports Illustrated points
"We're going with Knell and out that "The Michigan student paper, the Daily News, put Grange
Juniors Mick Smith and Rich on its second team All-America w ith the comment, 'All he can do
Erickson in the three defensive is run.'
backfield spots for the SMU! Yes, perhaps we did underrate the "Ghost's" prowess, but it
game," mentioned Elliott. With is correct that all of his ten touchdowns were scored on the ground.
an untested trio like this one, it
mihht take more heroics on, \
Batchelder's part to hold down
th opponents' passing attack.
Elliott will also have problems
with both offensive and defens
ive lines, possessing only an aver-
age weight of 218 pounds for both
lines.
Light Linemen
"Admittedly we probably have .A >
one of the lightest lines in the
Big Ten and we'll have to make \k~
up the differences in speed," the
ccach revealed. iv . a*: {{>.
Elliott will have no worries at
center though. Co-captain 6-2,1

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CYRIL PINDER
Big Ten fans can look forward
to seeing similar defensive impo -
sibilities this fall from the 6-2,
220 pound senior.

, :1VII LtVUl. U - G1Ui ,
In most Big Ten football camps 230-pound Kai Anderson played
this fall the quarterback spot in every game last year despite
has been a toss-up. Illnois is no several injuries and should reach
exception. his full potential this year.
"We're going to split the qua-- The left side of the offensive
terbacking duties between Na- line Will be passable with the re-
ponic and Volkman with Napon- turn of Ron Guenther, left guard,
ic getting the starting nod at and 6-2%s, 274-pouryd Willis
SMU tomorrow." Elliott added,I Fields, left tackle. Guenther had
"Naponic has recovered from a r240minutes of playing time last
bi'uised elbow he suffered earlierE year and leads all returning line-
in fall practice and he should be men with that figure. Fields, wbo
100 per cent for SMU." moves well for his size, is switch-
;Bob Naponic is the 6-012 190- ing from his right tackle position
pound sophomore phenom who of last year.

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In the next two years Grange did pass for a few scores and kick
extra points '34 as a senior), but in 1924 this red-haired flash was
no triple-threat Harry Kipke. Right?
At this time I would like to clarify the DAILY story that went
far as toarouse the Illinois Suckers' Coach Bob Zuppke to say,
"And all Galli-Cursi can do is sing." A rough translation might be,
"And all Cazzie can do is score."
It seems that "The ,Suckers" was the 'pre-Illini nickname for
Illinois teams. It comes, I am told, from the fish of the same name
that, despite, or perhaps because of its parasitic attributes, was the
state fish. Naturally the stadium which Illinois played in was known
as the "Sucker Bowl". Illinois changed its nickname several years
ago. For some unspecified reason.
The DAILY quote was taken out of context from a story
that was second-guessing Walter Camp's (dean of America's
sportswriters) All-America picks.
Concerning Grange, the DAILY wrote, "The' Illinois whirl-
wind is also mentioned for All-America honors. However it is
unlikely that Camp will give the Suckers' star a place on the
first team. Grange is only a sophomore, and naturally his game
is not fully developed yet. At present he bears but one powerful
weapon-that of running with the ball. He is a great open-
field runner, but he does not kick or pass. Hence his value with
the team will increase with experience. Camp picks his men on
all-around ability, not on their facet. to play in one branch- of
the game."
This article evidently aroused the Suckers and Mr. Grange a
tad, because when the two teams met the following year in the
conference opened, Grange dedicated the new Sucker Bowl by roll-
ing up a record 30 points. He scored four touchdowns in the first
quarter including a 90-yard runback of the opening kick off. He
also ran for another score in the third quarter and finished off by
passing for the Suckers' final tally in the fourth quarter. The final
score wound up as 39-14, and the game that Michigan had waited
for for two years was over. In tribute, the DAILY ran the appro-
priate headline, "Suckers Conquer."

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