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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1961

TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

FADE SEVEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

Big 10 Stars Make All-America Bids

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By ED GRUCA I
The 1966 college football season
has just passed its midpoint, and
with this milestone certain players
are establishing themselves as
candidates for the ultimate stan-
dard of excellence-that of All-
America.
This year several such candi-
dates from the Big Ten have a
great deal in common. That simi-
larity is playing on the Michigan
State football team. In fact, the
conference players rated with the

Six of the above-named players
were picked on various All-Amer-
ica squads in 1965. They are Apisa,
Jones, Simth, Washington, Web-
ster, and Griese. That five of these
six are Spartans gives a hint as
to why Michigan State is currently
ranked second nationally.
Bob Apisa, a junior fullback
from Honolulu, Hawaii, gained 666
yards in 122 carries for an out-
stand 515 yard average. Coming
back after postseason knee sur-
gery, Apisa is closely paralleling

of the fastest players on his team
in dashes of up to 50 yards. Vir-
tually unmovable, he is a very
menacing figure to meet.
Chuck Thornhill, in contrast to
Smith, is one of the smallest de-
fensive players on his team stand-
ing only 5' 9" and weighing in at
200 pounds. Nevertheless, he is
currently the leading the stingy
Spartan defense with a total of
60 tackles. In addition he has
caused three opposition fumbles.
Deceiving Record
So far this year Gene Washing-
ton has caught a total of just 11
passes, but yet he still merits con-
sideration as an All-American.
Picking up an average of 27.2
yards per pass he has gained 300
yards and scored 3 touchdowns.
He holds most of his school's pass
receiving records with good size,
6'3", 220 pounds, he has remark-
able speed.
George Webster plays the diffi-
cult roverback position, having,
according to Coach Duffy Daugh-
erty, "a natural instinct for being
where the ball is." A bi utal tack-
ler, he excels at pass defending
but still has time to frequent op-
position backfields. In a game
against Michigan last year he

personally stopped five consecutive
Wolverine plays.
A compact offensive tackle at
218 pounds, Jerry West is a superb
blocker, even against men who
outweigh him by as much as 50
pounds. He has been an impor-
tant factor in Michigan State's
powerful running game of the past
two years.
At Last ...
Quarterback Bob Griese has
completed 61 per cent of his passes
so far this fall, one of the highest
figures in the nation. Last year he
finished third in the country in
this category and seventh in total
passing yardage. He is regarded
as one of the bst passing quarter-
backs in the collegiate ranks.
Jack Clancy currently leads the
country in both pass receptions
and yardage gained. Last year he
set a Wolverine record pass re-
cseiving record with 52 catches
for 762 yards.
Bob McKelvey is a 222-pound
battering-ram fullback. In addi-
tion to being a very competent
short yardage man; McKelvey dis-
plays excellent ability.

UAC (Union-League)
Contemporary Discussion & SGC
Present:
TEACH-IN:
DRAFT DISCUSSION

SUNDAY, Oct. 30

Hill Auditorium

Schedule:
2:30-5:00 P.M.
David Harris, President of Student Body at Stanford
will speak for abolition of the Selective Service
Ed Schwartz of the National Student Association
will speak for alternative service and
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GEORGE WEBSTER

BOB McKELVEY

best chance of gaining All-Amer- 1
ica status, seven play at East
Lansing.
Best Bets
Keeping in mindthat this is
only an approximation of confer-
Once players with the best chances1
for the mythical team, the players
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$ob Apisa, Clinton Jones, Bubba,
Smith, Chuck Thornhill, Gene+
Washington, George Webster, and
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his 1965 performance. In his first'
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Point Man
Although slightly behind his
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in the air. He also led the Big
Ten in total points with 68 and
touchdowns with 11.
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