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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Defense
insights and insults
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By HOWARD KOHN
Jimmy Raye stood in front of
his locker, pulling his pin-stripe
shirt gently over the large red
bandage that covered his injured
shoulder.
He smiled a tired smile-trying
to hide a sigh of relief.
"They played a helluva game.
Their defense hit consistently
harder than any other teams we
have played," he told the few re-
porters who had come in to in-
terview him.
Duffyisms
In another section of the locker
room, Duffy Daugherty was cred-
iting the Michigan defense for
"containing Clint Jones most of
the afternoon."~
Daugherty'squick Irish humor
was almost too contrived as he
tried to tease a laugh out of his
deadpan audience. "I knew that
defense of theirs had to have a

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Defense
sult of the teeth-rattling, bone-
crunching tackles of the Michi-
gan defenders. The Spartans had
as many "black and blue" marks
as the Wolverines.
"Tempers, no better make that
temperament, ran high," noted
Daugherty after the game, again
trying to make light of the "give
and take" roughness that had the
Spartans spinning.
Charley Smith
Bubba (I'm going to kill you
first) Smith and his merry ma-
rauders, of course, effectively kill-
ed off Michigan's offense for mostC
of the afternoon. But they grudg-
ingly had to voice admiration for
their defensive counterparts.
"Yes, they looked good ..-. real
good," complimented Smith with-'
out even being pressed.
Even the sports editor of the
N Michigan State News, perhaps the
most partisan of anyone in the!
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A Lost Weekend
In East Lansing
Friday Oct. 7, 1966, 4:30 p.m.
Back seat drivers conversing. "All right turn off at Okemos."
"Should we have him take Mt. Hope Road?"
"No let's go the other way."
"But it's shorter and it's faster too."
"The other way is prettier. And he's never been in East Lansing
before."
"Oh. I think the other way is prettier. And it's faster."
Front seat driver (to be shown in black).
"Faster and shorter too."
"We're here." . .....
"We're where?"
Pep rally behind Jennson Field House at 7:30.
Fat coach. "Now I will introduce the players who will talk."
Crowd."Hurrah!"
Coach. 'Bob Apisa."
"We're ready."
"Charles Thornhill"
"We're ready."
"George Webster-"
"We're ready."
"The people's choice, Charles Bubba Smith."
Crowd. "Kill, Bubba, kill."
"Garble. Gribble. Gurgle. Murgle. Mumble. Cough. Choke. Yeah."
"Gesundheit."
Crowd. "Hurrah."
"Thank you." To Girl. "Let's go."
"I want to hear the cheerleaders."
"But my car has a Beat State sticker on it. We must hurry."
Cheerleaders, "Beat Michigan."
Crowd. "Garble: Gribble. Gurgle. Murgle. Mumble. Cough. Choke.
Yeah."
"Hurrah ...Let's go."
Later (after car is still alive).
Girl. "Let's go canoing."
Notice. "ANYONE WHO FALLS INTO THE RED CEDAR RIVER
MUST REPORT TO HEALTH SERVICE IMMEDIATELY FOR
TETANUS SHOT."
"But I don't know how to canoe."
"I'll show you."
"But the car might get smashed. You know the sticker . .."
Later.
"Wasn't canoing fun?"
"My God. My shirt got wet. I'll have to go to health service."
"We'd better make sure the car is still there."
Saturday morning (car still intact).
Girl. "Let's find the cows."
"I have a map."
Walk ... walk .. . . stagger
"We're on Farm Lane"
"Where are the cows?"
"There's the Dairy Store."
"Where are the cows?"
"There's the Meat Lab."
"Where are the cows?"
"It's time for the game."
Walk... stagger ... stagger
"Gee this is fun. It's such a big campus."
fall.
Later.
"If Gate 5 is there, why is Gate 6 there."
Later.
"Gate 6 wasn't there was it."
Second half.
Girl. "Oh look. Girl cheerleaders."
"C'mon defense. Dig in-"
"I know that one. How come she got to be a cheerleader?"
"Stop him now."
"I want to be a cheerleader."
"Ok, big play. Make it work."
Fourth quarter.
Girl. "We scored a touchdown!"
"What happened to the girl cheerleaders?"
After the game.
"Let's look for the cows again."
... Fall
Later at night at house of MSU professor.
"Oh no. There are two professors I had last year at Michigan.
Good grief."
Hostess. "Are those your former teachers? I'll introduce you,"
"No. Please. I have to look for cows. And I have to take a
sticker off my car. See.."
Prof. F...... and Prof. F ......, here's a former student of yours."
"Garble. Gribble. Gurgle. Murgle. Mumble. Cough. Choke.
Yeah-"
Sunday.
"Here we are in Ann Arbor. What a nice small campus."
Girl. "I wanted to see the cows"
"Shut up and take that Beat State sticker off my car."

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out, he quipped. newspapermen Daugherty had non-play-calling
chuckled in response to what the quarterback Raye set up the same
red-faced Spartan coach tried to sequence lover n third donApisa
ad worras a joke but the stra the same play for the touchdown.
and orrythat Daugherty had,
experienced in the long afternoon Country Lane
showed through. Except for those two open-air
The Turning Point hikes, Michigan did keep the holes
Up until 9:55 of the final per- well guarded.
iod, Michigan's defensive line held MSU's other score came on a
back the bruising Spartan run- toss from Raye to Washington
ners time and time again. that probably shocked the East
"It could have been a shutout Lansing community more than
for us going into the final quar- Sen. O'Brien's private life.
ter," said assistant Michigan "Fastback" Jones picked up only
coach Don James. 38 yards in 16 carries-his most
As it was, the Spartans had impotent performance in the last
been able to move into the end two years. Only Apisa had half-
only once in the first three quar- way impressive rushing stats.
ters-and that was set up a 15- Linebackers Frank Nunley and
yard personal foul when MSU was Dennis Morgan and defensive back
in the hole on second down. John Rowser drew most of the
A Green Christmas praise for upsetting the pro-type
East Lansing's Green Giants formation that the Spartans
have established a reputation for sprang on the Wolverines. Nunley
playing Santa Claus for the first had 10 tackles and 13 assists,
half and then "snowing" the de- followed by Morgan's nine tackles
fense in the second. and six assists; while Rowser
But Michigan came close, very twice did a yeoman's job of in-
close to giving them a "Mr. tercepting Jones before he could
Scrooge" complex. It kept the turn the corner.
pressure on-making the key tac- 'Your're Out!'
kles on third down and causing Morgan was ejected from the
their backfield clientele to fum- game midway through the fourth
ble four times. quarter for carrying the point a
"For those first three quarters little too far. "He thought that
they hit exceptionally well and the State blocker hit him purpose-
made a minimum of mistakes," ly after the whistle, so he went
continued James. "They showed for him," explained assistant coach
definite improvement over the pre- Dennis Fitzgerald. "The referee
vious two weeks." had to make the call."
BF-at 2-Trap In the middle of the line, tac-
When Bob Apisa finally did kles Dick Williamson and Dave
break through for a 49-yard gain Porter "graded out very well" in
--on a faked quick pitch to Jones, the post-game analysis of the
a hand off to Apisa and then game. Both Williamson and Por-
the fullback off tackle-one of ter were credited for causing a
the Wolverines missed his assign- fumble and for recovering one.
ment. The four fumbles, another sea-
"There's no use in singling out son high for MSU, were the re-
the player now," emphasized } - -- ---_____
James, "but anybody could have SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
made that run. There was a hole DAVE WEIR
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be, just maybe, you could call it
a moral victory."
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