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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25,1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rosema, Morgan Chase Down QB's

By JOEL BLOACK

Wolverine Head Coach Bump
Elliott was walking off Ferry
Field to the Yost Field House
locker rooms after putting his
charges through a light workout
yesterday. A sudden rumbling be-
hind him indicated the freshman
gridders were through for the day
also and he prudently stepped
aside.
"Hi, how are ya," he cheerily
asked one of them; one who might
be the next Clancy, Nunley, or
Fisher.
"O.K., coach, thanks."
"How's school?"
Friendly
"Well, pretty tough," and on
went the amiable conversation.
It's amazing what a panacea a
49-0 win is to a coach. Last week,
after the Purdue game, Elliott was
entirely preoccupied with his own
problems and had little time to
worry about anyone else's.
Last week visions of effigy hang-
ings second guesses, and disgrun-
tied alumni probably ran through
his brain, stinging every neural
fiber until he had to tell himself,
just to forget about that game
and try to start over again.,
And Elliott drove the team and
the team responded. In the locker
room after the game he heaped
praise on the players.
"It was a real great team vic-
tory. I've been proud of these kids
every week and I was very proud
of them on Saturday."
Where Credit Is Due
Elliott continued to give credit
where credit was due after the
Monday practice.
"There's something I neglected
to say after the game on Saturday.
What really helped in the game
was that the offensive and de-
fensive coaches did a heck of a
lob in preparing their squads for
Minnesota. Even though the whole
staff jointly plans the strategy for
' the upcoming game, it's the indi-
vidual squad coaches whose job it
is to make sure their boys are
ready." ,
The Wolverine defense kept the
Gophers off the scoreboard; a3
plain simple statistic which indi-
cates their overwhelming success

in stopping the Minnesota offen-
sive attack. But the manner in
which they did it proved how well
coaches Don James, Y C McNease,
and Dennis Fitzgerald prepared
the defense after the loss to Pur-
due.
Runner
Coach Murray Warmath of
Minnesota put in his running
quarterback Curtis Wilson at the
start of the game. Before the first
quarter was over, Wilson was
trapped for losses two times on
roll outs; the second time describ-
ed by the official press box sta-
tistics sheet as; "Wilson scared by
Morgan for -4 yards."
So at the beginning of the sec-
ond quarter and down by two

line where both long yardage situ-
ations.
"I can't understand why we
were able to get to the passer so
easily against Minnesota but not
against Purdue when 'we had a
four man rush in both games,"
said Elliott. "True, we did work
on some different types of rushes
during the previous week, but it
was also a determined effort by
the boys which kept the pressure
on Minnesota's quarterbacks all
afternoon.
The pressure was kept up in the
second half as Warmath went back
to starting quarterback Wilson in
a vain effort to ignite the Gopher
attack. Wilson found the going
just as rough in the third quarter
as it was in the first quarter. This
was Rosema's quarter to kill the
quarterback as he smothered Wil-
son twice for 10 yards in losses.
Linebacker Nunley also got a
piece of the action, or more ac-
curately of the quarterback, as
he smashed Wilson when the lat-
ter was attempting an abortive
roll out.
Reward
As a reward for their syste-
matic destruction of the Minneso-
ta quarterback (whoever happen-
ed to be handling the job at the
time), Rosema and Morgan were
rewarded with Elliott's "Wolverine
Award" of the week. But the award
marks a note of sadness along
with one of joy.
The Minnesota game will be the
last game this year for Morgan
to feast on enemy quarterback
meat. With about five or six min-
utes to play in the game, he was
hit with a cross-body block on the
knee. The severe injury necessi-
tated Morgan's carrying off the

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nnesota quarterback Larry Carlson are aggressive Wolverine de-
cky Rosema. Morgan, here dragging Carlson to the ground for a
njury in the game which necessitated surgery and will keep him outof a t s p le
n. He and Rosema shared this week's "Wolverine Award," given to
ers in each Saturday's contest.
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PUTTING THE BLITZ on Mi
fenders Dennis Morgan and Ro
ten yard loss, suffered a knee in
for the remainder of the season
the outstanding Michigan playe
field on a stretcher and the bit-
ter result is that the torn carilage
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gery.
The other "Wolverine Award"

DENNIS MORGAN

touchdowns already, Warmath put
in his passing quarterback Larry
Carlson. The first time Carlson
faded back to pass he was smash-
ed by Morgan for a ten-yard loss.
This play seemed to set the pat-
tern for Carlson's fate in the
whole second quarter as he was
hit three other times; once each
by ends Tom Stincic and Rocky
Rosema and then again by Mor-
gan for losses totaling 35 yards.
The times when Stincic and
Rosema caught Carlson behind the

Lloyd, Scott Win IM's

By BOB LEES

Major College Standings

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Ilinois
North,
Indian
Minne
Wiscol
Michij
Ohio
Iowa

BIG TEN CONFERENCE
Conference All
W L T W
gan State 4 0 0 6
le :Z 0-4
western 1 1 2
na 1 11 1
nota 1 1 1 2
rsin 1 1 1 2
gan 1 2 0 3
State 1 2 0 2
0 4 0 1

G Games
rL T
0 0
20
A -0
3 12
4 1
"3 1
3 1
3 0
3.0
5 0

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE
Conference All Games
W L T W L T

The quaddie football season
ended officially yesterday-well,
almost. Championships were de-
cided in Classes A and B in the
residence hall division of intra-
mural football competition, but
the final games in several of the
lower place playoffs were not
played due to the -fact that, in
most cases, neither team showed
up.
Pashak-Grieve
In Class A, Lloyd's ace passing
combination of Barney Pashak at
quarterback and Tom Grieve on
the receiving end led the West
Quaddies to a 12-6 victory over
Tyler house for the division cham-
pionship: The two have been in-
strumental in all of Lloyd's vic-
tories this year, as Pashak throws
the ball long and deep to a cer-
tain spot and expects Grieve to

get there at the same time. He
usually makes it.
Other Class A playoffs found
Chicago House victorious over
Taylor 18-0 in the battle for sec-
ond place supremacy, while Allen
Rumsey edged Williams House 1-0
in overtime to win the third place
playoffs. The battle for fourth
place never developed, mainly be-
Iause neither team appeared.
Post Hoc, Ergo.. .
Class B in the residence hall
division found Scott House victor-
ious over Wenley to the tune of
20-0. Taimo Leps, brother of the
former Michigan half-miler Ergo
Leps, showed some of the family's
speed as he scored most of the
points for the Markleyites from
his quarterback slot.
The rest of the Class B playoffs
were not held yesterday due to the
now-familiar fact that neither
side reported for action.

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Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Tennessee
LSU
Mississippi
Kentucky
Auburn
Mississippi St.
Vanderbilt

3 0 0 5 0 0
3 0 0 6 0:

30U0° 5
2 0 0 3
1 1 0 3
1 20 4
0 2 0 3
0 2 0 2
0 2 0 1

1
2
2
2
4
3
4
4

0
1
0
0
0
0
0

Harvard
Cornell
Dartmouth
Yale
Princeton
Penn
Brown
Columbia

IVY LEAGUE
Conference
W L T
3' 0 0
2 1 0
2 1 0
2 1 0
2 1 0
1 2 0
0 3 0
0 3 0

Allt
A 1
5
4
3
3
3
2
1
0

Games
L T
0 0
1 0
2 0
2 0
2 0
3 0
4 0
5 0

Nebr
Okla
Miss.
Okla
Colo:
Iowa
Kan:
Kan:
Texa
SMI
Arka
Texa
Bay]c
Rice
Texa

PACIFIC-8 CONFERENCE
Conference All Games
W L T W LT
So. California 3 0 0 6 0 0
UCLA 1 0 0 6 0 0
California 2 1 0 3 3 0
Oregon 1 1 0 2 4 0
Washington 1 2 0 3 3 0
Washington St. 0 1 0 2 4 0
' Oregon State 0 10 3. 3 0
Stanfordt 0 2 0 3 3 0

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE
Conference All Games
W LT W LT
raska 3 0 0 6 0 0
ihoma 2 0 0 4 1 0
souri 2 0 1 4 1 1
ahoma St. 2 1 0 2 3 0
orado 2 7 0 3 3 0
a State 1 3 1 3 1 4
sas 0 3 0 2 4 0
sas State 0 3 0 0 6 0
SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE
Conference All Games
W L T W L T
isA&M 3 0 0 3 2 1
J 2 0 0 4 1 0
ansas 2 1 0 5 1 0
as 2 1 0 3 0 1
for 1 1 0 3 2 0
1 2 0 1 5 0
0 2 0 140
as Tech 0 40 15 0

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