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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILX

PAGE REVEN

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By BILL LEVIS Football is a game played by 22 cloud cover also forecast. Game To stop the Tar Heels, who have
men, 11 on defense and the same time is 1:30 p.m. been running from the unbalanced
"There has been so much 'writ-number on offense. Even Purdue I and both the balanced and un-
ten about Danny Talbott, that he doesn't rely solely on Bob Griese to I (North Carolina's plane, delay- balanced nd wn-
coul prbaby, fy hreor wlk eadthemto ictry.ed in inclement weather, did not balanced T, the Wolverines will
could probably fly here, or walk lead them to victory, arrive in Ann Arbor until late yes- have to rely on a defense contain-
on water." With that comment, One-Man Gang terday afternoon. The Tar Heelsy d
Tony Mason, the ever vocal offen- But North Carolina's whole of- were only able to work out in the ing two sophomore ends, Tom
sive line coach for the Wolverines, fensive attack centers around Tal- stadium for one-half hour because Stincic, who has started the first
summed up the attention that has two Michigan contests this year,
been given to the heralded North bott. The Tar' Heel field general of this.) and Jon Kramer, who is starting
Carolina quarterback. has called 65 passes in the huddle Running behind Talbott, who for the first time, in place of
so far this year, according to rushed for a 4.1 yard average in Rocky Rosema. Rosema, who will
Talbott has been billed as a Michigan defensive coach Don 1965, are two sophomores from be out for at least two weeks with
bona fide triple threat, an All- James, and has run on 30 per cent Canada, Dick Wesolowski and mononucleosis, will also miss the
America candidate, and even as of these. Even their publicity di- Mark Mazza, both 215-pounders, kick-off duties. Paul D'Eramo, who
Heisman trophy material. There rector, Jack Williams, admits that r and senior Tom Lampman, the handled some of the kicking chores
has been so much publicity given "we haven't much of a running leading rusher of last year. Weso- last ear, has been out with pulled
to him, that he could probably game to go with him." North Caro- lowski, who is getting over a knee leg muscles.
run for governor, and win. True, lina's ground attack is a far cry injury is not scheduled to start. Sophomore fullback John Reyn-
he was chosen as "player of the from the Wolverines who have,
year" in the All Atlantic Coast gained 386 yards on the ground in '
er does not make a successful sea-~ Cool temperatures will greet the

olds or junior defensive tackle
Dave Porter will assume kicking
honors. Reynolds appears to have
the edge over Porter, who will
start in place of Bill Hardy at
the right tackle spot. Barry Deh-
lin, who was incorrectly reportedl
to be out with a shoulder injury:
yesterday, is not hurt but will not
start. Junior Dennis Morgan will
take his place at the left lineback-
er spot. James noted though that!
Dehlin will see plenty of action,
though.

NORTH CAROLINA
Charlie Carr
Tom Ingle
Chuck Alexander
Chip Bradley
Mike Richey
Terry Rowe
Bob Hume
Danny Talbott
Dave Riggs
Tom Lapham

Th~le Lineups
OFFENSE
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH

MICHIGAN
Warren Sipp
Ray Phillips
Henry Hanna
Joe Dayton
Don Bailey
Jim Hribal
Jack Clancy
Dick Vidmer
Ernie Sharpe
Carl Ward

son, or even a successful team.

visitors this afternoon, with a light

THE JUNIOR CIRCUIT
By RICK STERN
The Sociology of
Michigan-Stadiu
Just who does go to the football games?
The answer is not scandalous; but the classifications which the
spectators at Michigan football games fall into is nonetheless inter-
esting.
First and foremost, and, probably dullest as well, is the average
student. Some "fire-up" for the game, but most don't get too
excited, really. If you are one, you know what I'm talking about.
It's nice and all if 'the Blue' pull it out, but if they don't, you're
not going to jump off South Quad either.
The average Freshman is a slightly more interesting phenomena
because he brings the most beautiful but least intelligent girl that he
can find and sits smack in the middle of his drooling quaddie house-
mates. Meanwhile, his poor roomhate who has been skillfully man-
euvered out of a "block" ticket, will be caught smack in the middle
of a bunch of ignorant South Quad girls, who don't know Carl Ward
from-Bill Revelli.
Which brings up the Band. It would not be good to take the
percentage of bandsmen in attendance today and from this draw con-
clusions about fabulous numbers of aspiring musicians at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. There will be 15,000 bandsmen this afternoon but
they are not all University students. Today is Band Day which brings
together militant adolescents from all over the state who will step
colorfully onto the Stadium turf, spend 10 minutes lining up and then
'deliver the loudest rendition of "the Victors" that you have ever heard.
Little League Alums
"Alums" a third category, are generally disgusting. Like
parents of little league baseball players, they want to win at any
cost, and will spend large amounts of money buying those com-
modities which will insure, that even in case of defeat, sorrows
can be drowned. Their language adds color to the spectacle as
they scream oaths at referees, players or anyone who blocks their
view of a play.
This description, however, does not apply to all alumni, just the
successful ones. Like the carefree bunch that chartered a plane to the
California game, and stopped off in Las Vegas for three days in the!
process. But, business men will be business men.
A sparsely represented group at the ball games is the faculty. I
just don't picture too many of my profs buzzing down to the stadium
for the afternoon. There are some, of course, who are gung-ho Blue
and season their lectures with allusions to Carl Ward and Dick
Vidnier. Most, though, look askance on such goings on and hide in-
stead in their Haven hall cubicles thinking of tricky Blue Book!
questions.
The "townies" make a big deal out of the game. Ann Arbor
merchants apparently feel obligated to paste Go Blue pictures on their
store windows and pay for "Go Blue" ads in the Daily (see Page 8).!
They ought to feel obligated, too, because they spend all the rest of
their time soaking the students for everything they can. They are a
rapacious bunch and are happy when the team wins primarily because
they sell more Michigan sweatshirts when school spirit is high.
Confusing Kids .,..
The other component of the "townie" category are the high
school and grammar school students from the area who seem to
go to the games for no other purpose than to stand outside of the
stadium buying and selling tickets until the game starts. Whether
their motives are financial or purely social, is beyond me, but I
politely refuse those who offer me "50-yard line" seats for 50
cents, because I've never seen the kids sitting anywhere but the
end zones anyway.
What is worse, once these underaged entrepreneurs enter the
stadium, they find nothing better to do than run behind the goal
posts for each extra point, and swarm onto the field with 50 seconds
left in the game, no matter who is winning.
Last, but not least, among the stadium populace are visitors from
the opposing school. Hopefully, they have been situated way up in
the coriers of the stadium in about the 91st row where they won't
bother anyone. But some of them get pretty obnoxious anyway. Like
the Georgia fan who slugged me in the jaw last fall after the "Bull-
dogs" beat Michigan 15-7. Of course, I understood perfectly after his
Or wife explained apologetically that his son was on the Georgia team.!
Fans from other teams do want to win awfully bad because they
have traveled so far. The fans from North Carolina will want to win!
worse than Northwestern's for example, because they have come
farther and spent more money to get here. Also they believe that their
Talbott, is God's gift to the West- -
ern world. Already there's a street
named after him somewhere and
he's only a junior.

Five Per Game Mark Mazza FB Dave Fisher
James said that the Michigan
defense will be double shifting the points in their first two contests. used to perfection last week
North Carolina offense, which has Still, their offensive attack has against California.
only scored 10 points all year. lagged far behind the Wolverines'. Fonde said that Jim Detwiler
Against Kentucky in the season "okdgo npatcbokn
opener, the Tar Heels were shut-' Sooner or Later "loe#odi ratcbokn
out, 100. In their game against The men from Chapel Hill will nd power running. Don't be sur-
prised if he is in there." It was last
cross state rival North Carolina rely on both the Oklahoma type year against the Tar Heels at
State, they won 10-7. The Wol- four deep seven man front and Chapel Hill that Detwiler first in-,
verines' double shifting will be six-one defenses to stop the Blue, jured his knee. It was also against
used because of Talbott's tendency according to Michigan offensive North Carolina that he scored two
to change plays at the line of backfield coach Hank Fonde. He touchdowns and gained 50 yardsE
scrimmage. The shifting will be said that "both their defensive in the Wolverines' 31-24 victody.
called by right linebacker Frank ends, senior Bo Wood andjunior Chain Gang?
Nunley.; Lyn Duncan have looked very ThTaHel'scnryild
Still He's Human good, with Duncan being their The Tar Heels' secondary is led
The Wolverine defensive ends, best lineman." Fonde noted that by right safety Gene Link, who
according to James, "will not be Duncan was to have started last made a lot of tackles last week
putting on a reckless rush" be- year but was hurt and now is a according to Fonde. Like Michigan,'
cause of Talbott's threat as a run- year behind in experience. Still, North Carolina "has been good
ner as well as a passer. James also 'Fonde sees these two ends as the when they had to be. They have
noted that Talbott has been toss- key to the Tar Heels' defense. It is been especially good in short
ing both the long and short passes , a defense that will have its hands yardage situations. Against Ken-
this year to keep the defense on full trying to stop the Dick Vid- tucky, they gave the Wildcats the
its toes. He has been sending re- mer to Jack Clancy pass combina- ball inside the 20 and then made
ceivers deep to open up the sec- tions which have netted 18 re-
ondary. Still, Kentucky intercepted ceptions so far this year and the
two errant North Carolina passes running attack led by Carl Ward,
in the two teams' opener. . Dave Fisher and Ernie Sharpe.
North Carolina's defense has North Carolina, by the way, will
been about just as stingy as the even have to be aware of the half-:S
Wolverines in giving up just 17 back option pass which Sharpe
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for P'

Kentucky kick a field goal. instead
of giving them the touchdown,"
Fonde added.
One change has been made in
the Michigan offensive aligment
since last week. Clayt Wilhite, who
has caught three passes this year
for 63 yards, is out with a dis-
located shoulder. He is being re-
placed at left end by sophomore
Warren Sipp. This is Sipp's first
game as a starter though he saw
limited action in the Oregon State
game.
Rates Well
Still, Coach Fonde had high
hopes for him. "Sipp is a very
fine blocker and probably faster
than Wilhite. He played tackle last
year as a freshman. He is a good
sophomore and should be alright."
While the Michigan offense is
trying to record points on the
scoreboard, it will be the Wolverine
defense that appears to be the
key to the game. Last year, Tal-
bott and his understudy, Jeff
Beaver, whohis back, completed 24
of 41 passes for 199 yards, mostly
in a comeback second half which
saw Michigan's lead cut from 21-8
at halftime to 31-24 at the close.
If the defense can stop Talbott,
the North Carolina attack should
be stymied. If not, watch out.
Still as 'the eloquent Mason
said, "We're worried about all of
them, not just Talbott, but we'll
beat them."
OTHER HOOD
IN
KAPPA ALHA

-Daily-Jim Lines
OFFENSIVE TACKLE JIM HRIBAL provides protection for
Michigan quarterback Dick Vidmer in the Wolverines 17-7 win
over California a week ago. Protection like this gives Vidmer the
time he needs to mete out all-important passes to favorite target
Jack Clancy. Vidmer' and Clancy will be up to old tricks this
afternoon against North Carolina.

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City Relations Coordinator
Petitions due Wednesday, Oct. 5
1546 SAB 663-0553

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in Room 3 R & S af the Student Union.
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761 4929

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a READ-IN

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Led by:
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