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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28,196

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Justice Returns with Tar Heels' Talbott

AARGGHH!
GRUNT THE BOOK STORES

By GRAYLE HOWLETT
A conservative may want to re-,
peal the twentieth century, but
North Carolina fans would settle
for a much smaller regression, like
back to 1948.
Why 1948? That's when Charlie
(Choo Choo) Justice, described
modestly by his coach as 'Mr. Tail-
back' of the old single wing, pass-
ed, kicked, and ran the North
Carolina Tar Heels into the Sugar
Bowl and into the headlines with
a No. 3 national ranking.
The reason for all this talk
about Charlie Justice and national
rankings is that loyal Tar Heel
fans think they have another Jus-
tice in Danny Talbott, senior
quarterback who so far has man-
aged to stay away from tobacco
farming.
Triple Threat Talbott
Like his predecessor, Talbott is1
Va triple threat man (a football
term almost as extinct as "sixty-
minute man") who ran and pass-
ed for' 1,481 yards and scored 70
points last season. He punted for
a 38-yard average, booting five
field goals and 13 extra points,
and was awarded the Atlantic
*Coast Conference Player-of-the-
Year Award.
Assistant Coach Bill Dodd, who

scouted the Tar Heels last week
against North Carolina State and
two weeks ago against Kentucky,
confirmed Michigan fans' suspi-
cions: "Talbott looked real good
both games. He's a great runner
(rushed for 4.1 average last year)
and an adequate passer. He loves
to roll out and throw. Even
though his passing would have to
take second to his running, he's
deadly on the option."
Dodd wouldn't stop there, "He
also does their booting quite well,
even though he doesn't kick their
field goals. and extra points. They
have a fine boy named' Bill Dod-
son, who beat out Talbott, doing
it. He kicked the winning field
goal against N o r t h Carolina
State."I
Not Around But Over
Once off the topic of Talbott,
which is a subject hard to get off
of when talking about North Caro-
lina football, Dodd switched to the
rest of their running game. "North
Carolina doesn't have much speed
but they have the old fashioned
hard running backs. They don't
run around anybody but prefer to
run over them. The Tar Heels just
play plain old hard-nosed foot-
ball."
The gangbusters include re-
turnees Tom Lampman, their'

leading runner last year, who fills
the fullback slot well with his 205
pounds. Stumpy Dave Riggs, who7
held down a starting post last yearl
at half, is back, and Bud Phillips,
another veteran, will man the
other halfback spot. 7
Also slated for plenty of action1
and fitting Coach Dodd's descrip-
tions perfectly are sophomore
standouts Dick Wesolowski and
Mark Mazza, both from Canada
and both 215-pounders.1
Big But Inexperienced
From the looks of things, North
Carolina backs might have to run
over everybody, including their
own linemen. Although Tar Heel1
coach Jim Hickey welcomed back
30 lettermen, he has had to plug
the offensive line with sophomores.
Dodd commented, "They lack the
experience needed in their line
and did not play well against Ken-
tucky (the Wildcats stymied North
Carolina's offensive show, shutting
them out 10-0), but they're much
bigger this year than last."
Lettermen Tom Ingle and Chuck
Alexander return, while sopho-
mores Chip Bradley, Terry Rowe,
and Mike Richey fill out the in-,
terior line.

caught 14 tosses last year includ-

this sophomore Gayle Boman who

Now you know why North Caro-

ing two in the end zone, and Bob played both monster man and lina fans feel a little bit of nos-
Hume, who hauled down 30 pitches safety. So watch him." talgia and get delusions of bowl
last year, will go as the tight end. Drop the Bomb games when they see Talbott lug,
Tight Defense Rounding out the "bomb" squad throw, or kick a football and why
The defensive unit, the one are lettermen Bill Darnell, Gene Charlie (Cho Choo) Justice comes
Michigan fans hope to be seeing Link, and Jack Davenport. to mind.
the most, is highly touted. "Their Although North Carolina barely But nostalgia can work both
defensive line has looked real squeaked by their arch rival, ways. Michigan fans wouldn't
good," observed Dodd, "and the North Carolina State, a team mind returning to 1948. All they
fact that their first two opponents which Michigan State annihilated, did then was go undefeated and
scored only 17 points on them you have to remember that it was win the national championship
backs me up. a traditional game where the final from Notre Dame and Charlie Jus-
"Especially impressive to me score always tends to be close a la tice's Tar Heels.
were their three linebackers, Bill Michigan-Michigan State.
Spain, Mike Horvat, and Jimmy "You also must realize," DoddT H
Masino. On the line itself, you 'continued, "that with a young SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
can't overlook Bo Wood and this team like they have, a big win BOB McFARLAND
boy Hank Sadler." It would be such as the. North Carolina State
mighty hard to overlook them victory will give them momentum.
since they both bend the scales at They know now that they can win,
the 230 mark, and what it's like to win. This is
Combatting the aerial show of #the type of team you have to look

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Dick Vidmer to Jack Clancy will
be a veteran Tar Heel secondary.
"In the first two games their de-
fensive backfield seemed to lack
something," Dodd said, "but then
again neither Kentucky or North
Carolina State passed much. The
boy that impressed me most was

out for. I believe we'll definitely
'have our hands full.
Talbott Makes Tar Heels
"Remember one thing: Danny
Talbott will be their main running
and passing threat and here's one
case where the saying 'As he goes,
so goes the team' really applies."
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WOLVERINE LINEBACKER Frank Nunley (59) and Oregon State halfback Pete Pifer (48) dive for
the pigskin after Pifer's fumble in the season opener. Nunley came up with the prize. The Michigan
defense, after two fine outings, will have their hands full Saturday containing North Carolina's
Danny Talbott, player-of-the-year in the Atlantic Coast Conference last season.

IM TRACK:

Scott Milers Upstage Wenley

By HOWARD KOHN
Wenley's repertory company of
thinclads put on its usual variety'
show, but Tom Harris and Ted
Gillespie had a better idea and
brought down "The House" with a
surprise combo act in the Resi-
dence Halls track and field meet
yesterday.
Harris and Gillespie finished one-
two in a record-setting mile jaunt'
to guarantee Scott House an upset
victory over defending champion
Wenley.l
Harris eclipsed the two-year-
old mark of 4:48 with his heart-
hammering 4:38.4 pace, while run-
ner-up Gillespie also bettered the
old record with a 4:44.9 time.
Bolstered by the 11-point per-'
formance of the two distance men'
-who had reportedly been work-'
ing out for the meet in semi-se-
crecy-Scott ran up a three-point
margin over second-place Michi-
gan House and grabbed an early-
season lead in the quad intra-
mural standings. .
Wenley slipped to third, three'
and a half points otn the pace.
Bankey Takes Two
Dennis Bankey of Wenley--who
plays a bit of Wolverine basket-
ball in the off-season-was the.
lone entree to place third or bet-}

ter in more than one event.
Bankey picked up a second in
the high jump and a third in
the 100-yard dash.
BozBerning of Andersonswho
won the high jump event, estab-
lished the only other new record
in the meet with a leap of 6'1".
Wenley, whose team victory in
the outdoor meet last year was
one of eight on its merry way to
an overpowering third straight
All-Residence Hall championship,
had finishers in the top three in
five of the nine events yesterday.
However, only Tom Ghrist's dy-
ing dash in the 880 was worth
first-place points.
A grand total of 18 houses sent
representatives to the meet, with
only Cooley House failing to se-
cure at least a fifth of a point.E
The Fraternity track and field
meet, in which Lambda Chi is the
defending titlist, will take place
Thursday afternoon.
Following are the top six teams
and the first three finishers in
each event:
On With the Show
Team Totals-Scott 18; Michigan
15; Wenley 14; Hayden 13 3-5; Chi-
cago 13; Anderson 13.
MILE RUN-Harris '.(Scott); Gil-
lespie (Scott); Dorney (Winchell).
Time-4:38.4.

440-YARD DASH - Bra c h t
(Strauss), Burleson (Michigan);
Riddle (Scott). Time-0:54.7.
100-YARD DASH-Garrett (Allen
Rumsey); Knepper (Hubert); Ban-
key (Wenley). Time-0:10.8.
70-YARD LOW HURDLES - Brad-
cock (Chicago); Meyer (Hubert);
Uhi (Adams). Time-0:09.2.
880-YARD RUN-Ghrist (Wenley);
Baisch (Williams); Lewandowski
(Scott). Time-2 :09.5.
HIGH JUMP - Berning (Ander-
son); Bankey (Wenley); Aotenhauer
(Van Tyne). Height-6'1".
SHOT PUT - Green (Hayden);
Brais (Williams); Reid (Hinsdale).
Jiistance-39'11".
LONG JUMP-Nelson (Anderson);
Vittans (Michigan); Fowler (Wen-
ley). Distance-19'31/4.
POLE VAULT-Lura (Hinsd ale);
Multiple tie for second. Height -
106".

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