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, 27, 1966

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER

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PAGE SI7C TIlE MIChIGAN DAILY

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For Ann Arbor's Finest Selection of
STRETCH LEVI'S
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Real Competion Helps 'M' Frosh Grow Bigger

By TED KALICK The Big Ten initiated a two-
From everyone's angle it's a game schedule for freshman foot-
new experience. The Michigan ball this fall, and for Coach Dodd
freshman football squad heads up and his squad, head coach Bump
to Madison this Saturday, and its Elliott and anyone who has any-
game with the Wisconsin frosh thing to do with Michigan foot-

.Healy or Tom Curtis, will get the
nod at quarterback. It appears
Healy will start, with Curtis play-
ing safety on defense.
Coach Dodd acknowledges that
the depth on the line is not as
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marks its first inter-school con-
test in many years of competition.
The squad, however, isn't alone
in its venture. Leading the 37-man
squad to Wisconsin will be first-
year freshman coach Bill Dodd,
who is heading into his first game
as a college coach after playing
three years for the Wolverines at
fullback, and coaching a :year ofj
high school football in Illinois.

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For Stretch Levis, Slim Fits, Sta-Prest, and
Ivys to fit the slim, regular, and stocky build
Sizes from 28-48.
113 S.'Main Jack S. Fagin, Prop.

ball, this appears to be a step for great as the backfield, but that it
the better- does have many good prospects.
Chattering Prospect
Just listening to the chatter and One of the most talked about is
excitement around the Yost Field Cecil Pryor, a 6'4", 230-pounder
House locker room, you can tell from Corpus Christi, Tex., a re-
that this week is special for the cruiting prize of varsity assistanti
Wolverine yearlings, coach Y. C. McNease, who came'
"Yes," said Coach Dodd, "the
boys are really looking forward to
this week's game. After seven
weeks of practice, they've really;
got something to fire-up for." I.:
Coach Dodd and his assistants,
along with the varsity coaching
staff, will be anxious to see the
squad in action. This year's squad,.
especially, is supposed to be one
of the finest in Wolverine gridiron
history.
The accent this year has been
on finding strong backfield talent
to replace departing varsity sen-
iors Carl Ward, Dave Fisher, and
Jim Detwiler. Coach Dodd has a
host of good prospects, and most
are likely to see action Saturday.
Young Gabler
John Gabler, 6'4", 210 pounds.
from Royal Oak will probably
opn atright halfbackwith fGar-
vie Craw, a 6'2", 215-pounder froms
Montclair, N.J., his running mate
at left half. Ken Wall, 6'2", 187
pounds, from Riverside, Ill., will
also see 'a lot of action.
At fullback, Pete Drehmann, an
all-stater from Rydal, Pa., willk
start, and his back-up man, Tom
Weinmann, is another strong
runner.
One of two Ohio boys, Brian BILL

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Double Threat is one reason why many Big Ten
The Badgers also haye some coaches were against the two
good backfield talent, led by Stu games to begin with. This Satur-
Voigt, a 6'2", 225-pound halfback day, then, and in next Friday af-
from home town Madison, and ternoon's game with Toledo, Coach
Lew Ritcherson, son of Wisconsin Dodd will be looking not just for
assistant coach Les Ritcherson, at a win, but a progress report on
quarterback. Ritcherson runs the# how well the frosh squad has
40-yard dash in 4:7 seconds, and learned Michigan football-for the
quarterbacks in the double threat first time under game conditions.
style of Danny Talbott of North
Carolina and Paul Brothers of The game will take place at
Oregon State, Midland High School near Madi-
Despite the controversy sur- son at 9:30 a.m. Saturday- Unless
rounding the new Big Ten rule of Coach Dodd makes any last min-
rwoigathefrute changes. the freshman Woi-
a two-game freshman schedule, verines will probably open up like
Coach Dodd is all for it. this Saturday:-
"When I was a freshman here, . fteis -
I always wished we had some: Offense-ends Jimo Mandich and
gaines. Now with this opportunity, Mark Werner: tackles Joe Lukz
the squad can get in some game and Bill Mouch; guards Don War-
experience, and our staff can make ner and AlFrancis; center Pete
some judgment of our personnel Sarantos quarterback Healy; ful-
iftti ns which is a lot; back Wrehmann: halfbacks Craw

this year from Texas Western. strand, and with a demand of win play a five or six-game schedule.
Pryor started the season at end or else, he has Wisconsin officials I think it takes away from the real
but is now playing linebacker, and bubbling over this year's freshmen. purpose of freshman football.
is given a fair chance to win a The Badgers are accenting de- "That purpose is to indoctri-
varsity position next fall fense on their frosh team, and
While Michigan is preparing to have some solid prospects for the nate the squad to the basic Mich-
send a strong team to Madison, varsity. The defensive line is an- igan offensive and defensive pat-
Wisconsin's yearlings are ready to chored by Bill Richie, a 6'1", 240- terns, and to the Wolverine sys-
greet them with what, according pounder from Houston, Tex., and tem of football.
to Coach Dodd, is "their best frosh Lucius Blair, 6'1", 220 pounds from: "If we had all those games.
team in years." Galveston, who, according to = that is where our concentration
Badger varsity coach Milt Bruhn freshman coach Vern Van Dyke, would be most of the time, and
is rumored hanging on to his job is "our team leader." The Wiscon- that would defeat our purpose."
by not much more than a hair sin defensive line averages around Some Oppose
220 poundsC

ON STATE STREET IT'S
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in game s1Ld11S ualtl 1b ,i V
different from the controlled sit-
uations out here on Ferry Field."
However, Coach Dodd feels that
that the two-game schedule is
more than enough.
"The two-game schedule," he
explains, "gives you game exper-
ience without overdoing it. If you

and Gabler.
Defense-ends Phil Seymour and
Tom Weinmann; tackles Bob Rit-
ley and Werner Hall; middle guard
Rick Brown; linebackers Cecil
Pryor and Dick Caladrazzo; and
safetymen Tom Curtis and Tim
Wadhams-

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Fred R. Harris, Democrat U.S.
Senator from Oklahoma, has been
given a blanket endorsement by
the Pope in his bid for re-election
this November,
"Yes, I picked Notre Dame last
week in The Daily grid picks con-
tests," Harris confided. "But how
was I to know they were playing;
Oklahoma?"
Harris, it should be noted, de-
feated Bud Wilkinson two years
ago for the Senate seat he now
holds. Wilkinson is a sometime
Oklahoma football coach turned
politician-sportscaster, whouran
primarily on his record of uphold-
ing the pride of the Sooner state.
Harris has - been accused of
spending too much time on the
issues, and neglecting the football
team. Now his latest action is add-
ing fuel to the fire.
"But they did take up a collec-
tion for me last week at mass,"
Harris gleamed.
Unfortunately 95 per cent of the
population are . Baptist Indians,
who haven't forgotten that "The
Four Horsemen" helped defeat
Chief Dunk-in-the-Water at the
battle of Noot Rock Knee nearly
40 years ago.-
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ECTIONS
Now if George Romney will
merely bring his grid selections to
The Daily, 420 Maynard St., by
midnight Friday, he can pick Wis-
consin over Michigan. He'll have
plenty of spare time .in the next
few years to use his two tickets
to the Michigan Theatre.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
(score)
Illinois at Purdue
Indiana at Iowa
Ohio State at Minnesota
Michigan State at Northwestern
Utah at Arizona State
(next week)
Bowling Green at Miami (0)
Wake Forest at Clemson
Oklahoma at Colorado
Baylor at TCU
Yale at Dartmouth
Washington at Stanford
Mississippi at LSU
Missouri at Nebraska
South Carolina at Maryland
Texas at SMU
Tulane at Vanderbilt
Kentucky at West Virginia
Georgia Tech at Duke
St. John's at Gustavus Adolphus

By JOEL BLOCK
There is one team in the Big
Ten whichphas the best runner,
the best passer, the best pass-
catcher, the best punter, and the
highest scorer.
Which one is it?
Is it Michigan State? The
mighty spartans are four and zero
in conference play and number
two in the country. They have

in Ann Arbor. The names Fisher,
Vidmer, Clancy, Kemp and Det-
wiler' are not the name of a dis-
tinguished lawhfirm but rather
represent the individual leaders
in five of the seven major Big
Ten offensive categories.
So far this season, little Dickie
Vidmer has outshone big Bob
Griese in the passing department,
a department dominated by the
Purdue All-American last year.
"Vid" is the Big Ten leader in
passes attempted with 85, passes
completed with 46, passing yard-
age with 598, and touchdown pass-
es with six.
Fullback Dave Fisher has pick-
ed up in three games more yard-
age -than any of the "supermen"
in the MSU backfield have been
able to gain in four conference
contests. His 278 yards in 49 tries
gives him a phenomenal rushing
average of 5.7 yards per carry
against Big Ten defenses.
Even his blocked punt in the
Purdue game hasn't kept Stan
Kemp from surpassing Big Ten
punters in that category; in 18
kicks he's still been able to man-
age a 39.9 league-leading average.
Striving for comeback-of-the-
year honors is halfback Jim Det-
wiler. The resurgent "Diesel Det"
is tied with another injury-prone
back, Bob Apisa of MSU, with
the scoring lead of the, Big Ten.
When the Wolverines have been
close to the goal line, it's been
Detwiler whose gotten the call to
get thehscore. And he has done
it to the tune of five times in
three games.
And One More 1
That fifth mythical law part-
ner is spread end Jack Clancy,
whose total of 24 receptions leads
the league. He has caught 50
passes in the first six games of
the season and needs just two
more to equal last year's total of
52 receptions, a Michigan record.
For the statistically-minded fan
is the fact that last week was the
second largest attendance mark in

history for the 10 largest football
stadiums in the country. Of the
top 10 crowds, Big Ten teams ac-
counted for five of them, with
Michigan being third in the cus-
tomer parade.
Another interesting aspect of
season is the fact that Michigan
needs just five more victories to
reach a grand total of 500 wins
in its football history. When the

FIVE OF 'EM...
Blue Excel in Conference Statistics

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DAVE FISHER

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Clint Jones, Bob Apisa, Jimmy
Raye, Gene Washington and Dick
Kenney; all rated possible All-
Americans.
Is it Purdue? The Boilermakers
are given the best chance to
end up runner-up to State and
go for the roses in Pasadena. They
are rich in individual standouts
with the likes of . Bob Griese,
Perry Williams and Jim Beirne
gracing their roster.
Well, contrary to popular be-
lief, these five fabulous individ-
uals are members of a one-and-
two, eighth-place-dwelling football
team known as the Michigan Wol-
verines.
Yes, you can see them right here

Wolverines accomplish this feat,
they will be the fifth team to do
it, and the first one from west
of the Appalachians. Unfortunate-
ly, there are only four games left
this year.

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PROF. FRITHJOF BERGMANN
speaking on
"Nietzsche's Philosophy
of Religion
presented by
Hillel Graduate Student Council
Sun., Oct. 30
1492 Hill St.

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"Our Community Looks at UNESCO"
Film-"IN THE MINDS OF MEN"

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