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October 13, 1966 - Image 8

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Grid Selections:



Tops List

Start the weekend right
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and 9 to 6 Saturday

By BILL LEVIS gers before last weekend's humil-
iating defeat, have somehow man-
After suffering a $2,000 loss at aged to win the Daily-UAC game
the hands of overpowering Hill1 two years in a row. If they win
Auditorium last Saturday, the Friday, UAC will retire the little
UAC Shortcircuits face an even brown wastebasket, symbolic of
stiffer challenge Friday afternoon campus touch football superiority.
at Ferry Field when they meet the Pep Talk

devastating Daily Libels.
Led by the dynamic duo of cap-
tain Ed (Fair Weather) Herstein
and Jim (Legs) Tindall, the Libels
have been made six touchdown
favorites on the basis of their 7-6
loss to UAC last year. The Short-
circuits, formerly called the Mug-

Daily coach Mark Killingsworth
said yesterday that Daily "is going
to play only if they (UAC) don't
subpoena the rosters." He noted
that "if UAC hadn't subpoenaed
membership lists of campus po-
litical organizations, we wnould all
be better off. That the UAC forces

Clancy Snares Pass Lead;
Purdue Soph. Tops Scoring

are powerful is evident (why else 1
would the administration have
caved in so completely?) but thel
Daily, aware of its great respon-
sibility, courageous to the point of
folly and evermindful of the need
for "knowledge, wisdom and the
courage to serve" will meet the
UAC forces on the gridiron and
utterly destroy them."
More articulate coach and play-
er Harvey (The Rabbit) Wasser-
man said that the Daily "will
smash their heads in." As one
Daily cohort, who will remain
nameless to protect his (or her)
innocence, said, "We can't loss.
Fritz (Crisler) is on our side."
I Starters
Libel coach ,Herstein plans to
start at least six of the seven
starting positions himself leaving
the other spot thoughtfully open
for end Tindall, the man who
scored the only Daily touchdown
last year after catching a pass
from graduated quarterback (Lov-
able) Lloyd Graff.
Asked if Graff's loss would hurt,
Herstein said that "we will cer-
tainly miss Lloyd but I think we
are stronger than last year, es-
pecially since I have been lifting
weights all summer." Herstein,
5'14", now weighs in at a mon-
strous 130 pounds.
UAC team members Frightful"
Fred Smith and captain Jay-Jayl
Zulauf visited the Daily yesterday1
exhibiting their game uniforms,
consisting of corduroy jackets,1

Zulauf. the mastermind behind
the Hill Aud. defeat last weekend,
has a new brainstorm up his
sleeve. He revealed that he is
thinking of telecasting the Daily-
UAC game on closed circuit TV.
It would probably draw more than
the Green Giants did last weekend.
Entrants for this week's Grid
Picks are advised to note ;he ac-
companying photo. Pictured is the
Libels' ace linebacker busily prac-
ticing his unique blitz. With such
I a defense. the outcome of the
game is obvious-so obvious, in
fact, that anyone picking UAC will
automatically be disqualified from
the contest.The winner will re-
ceive two tickets to the Michigai a
Theater, now featuring "Fantastic
Purdue at MICHIGAN (score)
Illinois at-Indiana
Iowa at Minnesota
Michigan State at Ohio State
Northwestern at Wisconsin
Oregon at Air Force
Arkaisas at Texas
Alabama at Tennessee
Rice at MSU
Navy at Pitt
LSU at Kentucky
Oregon State at Idaho
Colorado at Iowa State
Army at Rutgers
Cornell at Harvard
North Texas State at Tulsa
Washington at Cal
West Virginia at Maryland
New Mexico atxWyoming
DAILY vs. UAC (Friday)

The nation's leading pass re-
ceiver and the nation's leading
scorer will face each other this
Saturday when Michigan hosts
Wolverine end Jack Clancy has
a total of 35 receptions good for
479 yards as the 1966 season nears
its midpoint. His closest competitor
is Doug Flansburg of Washington
State with 33 catches for 351
yards. Oddly enough Jack has yet
to cross a goal line.
Although he leads the country
in pass receiving, Clancy has not
played in enough Big Ten games
to head the conference. Big Ten
leaders are Roger Murphy of
Northwestern with 11 catches for
178 yards and John Wright of Il-
linois, with 8 for 194.
Soph Leads Scoring
Sophomore Perry Williams of
Purdue, meanwhile is the country's
top major college scorer with 54
points on nine touchdowns. Wil-
liams was used exclusively as a
defensive back last year on the
Purdue freshman team. Though
not listed among the leading Big
Ten rushers (his longest run has
been only 16 yards), Williams' onl3
real talent appears to be scoring
Big Ten statistics show Bob
Apisa as the conference rushing
leader with 163 yards on 30 at-
tempts for a 5.4 average. His team-
mate Jimmy Raye is third behind
Mike Krivosia of Indiana. Michi
gan fullback Dave Fisher rank
sixth with 90 yards on 9 carries
but his 10.0 average tops the con-
H Use

In individual passing, Indiana's
Frank Stavroff is the Big Ten
leader with 25 completions of 35
tosses for 301 yards. Bob Griese of
Purdue is second with 16 to 24
completions for 215 yards. The
Wolverines' Dick Vidmer, comple-
ting 18 of 47, ranks fourth.
Stan Kemp of Michigan holds
a commanding lead in the punting
deparement. His 44.0 yard average
for 11 boots places him far ahead
of Iowa's Larry McDowell.

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Libels' 'Toothpick' Tindall

paisley shirts and red turtleneck
sweater. Zulauf said that Smith
will start at quarterback with
himself at flanker and Murder
McAllister on the line.
To counter this massive UAC'
line, Herstein plans to run his

players backwards.
UAC's Smith threatened that
"everyone better come to the game
early as it will be a shutout and
only take half as long as expect-
ed." Smith did not note which
team was going to shutout which.


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Hathaway: Mr. Allen, when did you start wearing
Hathaway Club shirts?
Allen: In college. I found they attracted more
girls than any other kind.
Hathaway: Really? What accounted for that?
Allen: I don't know. Maybe it was the way the
tapered body showed off my manly chest.
Or the way the casual flare of the collar
set off my rugged face.
Hathaway: Are you serious?
Allen: Of course. Once, one of your Club shirts
saw me through three remarkably involved affairs.
And each of the. young ladies, in the intimacy
of a study hall, confessed that her initial attraction
had been my Hathaway shirt.
Hathaway: Mr. Allen, I have the distinct feeling that
you're putting me on. Did you really wear
our shirts in college?

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