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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1966

TIRE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1966 TIlE IIIICIIIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEY

Illinois

Hopes

To

Re-

Wright'

By Jim Tit-ndoll

By HOWARD KOHN
Quotes and Notes/Or the
Saturday Morning "Blues"
Detroit Free Press sports editor
Joe Falls (on why the Californiaj
crowd is going skiing this winter):j
"What disturbs the people in
Pasadena is that this year they're
not even getting the' second best
team in the Big Ten. That's be-I
cause the second best team is
Michigan."
Michigan assistant coach Hank
Fonde (on why Michigan isn't inI
second place): "Remember that
th'e second best team is determined
by won-lost records. Remember
also that Michigan isn't out of
the race yet."
The football bookies (on why
Michigan can still go West):
Michigan (2-2) is a touchdown
favorite over Illinois (2-2) today
Wisconsin (1-2-1) could be
the "sleeper of the week" in its'
game with Purdue (3-1).
Pretty Backs, Frozen Toes
Illinois scout Jack Hart (on why

The Lineups

Offe
MICHIGAN
Sipp (216) L
Phillips (228) Ll
Hanna. (22) L
Dayton (220) C
Bailey (214) R(
Hribal (220) R7
Clancy (192) Rl
Vidmer (185) Ql
Detwiler (215) Ll
Ward (178) Rl
Fisher (210) Fl

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JB
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team. Illinois has come up with
three basic formations-all d;er-
ent-just for keeping the other
team honest in defensing Wright.'
Musical Wright

November 5:
With 'P tie' and 'B" mper

ILLINOIS
Wright (193)
Fields (274)
Guenther (210)
Anderson (234)
Jordan (225)
Robertson (228)
Timko (213)
Naponie (190)
Huston (158)
Bess (193)
Brooks (223)

Note: Wright has caught passes
as a split or lonesome end, a, a DAILY-E**iotts. I would like to investigate a few aspects of
flanker on the same side with the today's game that are rarely touched on by the press. First of all,
split end, and as a wingback or what about this "brother" thing? P: ete, could you tell me just
slotback. The Illini offense chan- what it REALLY feels like to coach against your brother?
ges correspondingly from an I-for P*TE-Well Daily, that's a real stumper because until now I never
with an unbalanced line. All of really thought about it. Bmp and I write letters and stuff
the musical-chair strategy is sup- rivalry you say?
posed to keep opponents from! DAILY-B*mp?

than the fans. At
have to sit with
snow."
Note: A tarp wh
field at Michigan
tected the gridiron
fall flurries thisv
stadium attendants
to push the snow of
onto the floor of th
(Walking aroun
cle anin off eaeh

LEADING BIG TEN rusher Dave Fisher of Michigan forced Wis-
consin to band together in order to stop him in last week's game.
Fisher suffered a shoulder injury in the game but is expected to
start today.

Michigan is favored): "They have parable to hand-
the best backfield in the confer- piale white line do
ence. If we didn't have to play of a highway.)
them today, I'd say it was a thing
of beauty to watch." Clippy for th
Michigan assistant coach Tony' WWJ weatherma
Mason (on why it won't be so (on what to expect
beautiful watching either team you're watching th
today): "The players and the ing the moon or
coaches are going to be better off somersaults walki

least we won't
our ankles in.
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week. But theY
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Street): "It's going to be clippy
.'cl' for cloudy and the rest for
nippy-"
Fullback Dave Fisher (on the
weather): The cold will sting his
sore shoulder muscles, but the low
humidity will help his asthma. He
is expected to start even though
he missed two days of practice
this week.
Fonde (on why Fisher's confer-
ence-leading status in the rushing
department is in danger): "There;
are three outstanding points about
the Illini defense . .. one, it has
allowed only four touchdowns on
sustained drives all year-two
against Purdue last week . . . two,
it has been extremely .tough on
third-down short yardage situ-
ations."
Fonde (on why Jack Clancy'
won't be watching Revelli and his
troubadors at halftime):
three, Illinois leads the Big Ten
in pass interceptions. It had five
against Purdue and Bob Griese."
Whose the Eagle Scout?
Note: In spite of Griese's All-
America badge, Michigan's Dick
Vidmer and Illinois' Bob Naponic
have gotten just as many merit
points in Big Ten passing this
year. Vidmer leads, Griese is sec-
ond and Naponic is third.
Bill Abraham, Hempfield High
(Pa.) football coach, who tutored
both Vidner and Naponic in their
prep careers, (on what to do at re--
unions): "The tough part is pick-
ing one to root for. Maybe I can
do like the President at the Army-
Navy game and spend a half on
each side of the field."
Michigan assistant coach Don
James (on why Naponic has been
able to set up a successful airline
business) : "His receiver, John
Wright, is the best player on the

double-teaming Wright.
James (on Michigan's defensive
strategy): "We're just going to
have to watch very closely in the
first quarter to see if Illinois de-
velops any kind of pattern. It's
really hard to practice for this
sort of versatility . . . and being
inside didn't help either. One of
the big problems is putting moo
much emphasis on Illinois' passing
game. They've been very effective
in maintaining ball control by
running inside with their backs."
Note: Ron Bess, charging half-
back, will be back in the Illini
lineup today after sitting out two
weeks with an injury. Halfback
Cy Pinder, candidate for all-Big
Ten honors, however, is doing all
his running with crutches.
Bye, Bye, Bo
Illinois coach Pete Elliott( on
what happened to the injuryitis
jinx of Ann Arbor): 'Where's My
Line? !"
Note: Illinois has lost defensive
tackle Dick Stone, defensive guard
Al Waters and defensive end Bo
Batchelder on the line. It will have
only five seniors among its 22
starters today.
James (on new starters in Mich-
igan's lineup): Gerry Miklos is
going to take over Bob Mielke's
spot at middle guard and Dick
Williamson will replace Bill Hardy
at defensive tackle."
Note: Miklos is a sophomore, is
starting his first Big Ten game
and is "one of the fastest improving
players on the team." Williamson
is regaining his job after losing it
for two weeks. Ken Wright-in-
jured for most of the season-
moves into a second-string tackle-
position.
In addition, tight end Clayt
Wilhite and soph linebacker Bob
Wedge are expected to see --t least
'limited action."
Michigan coach Bump Elliott ...
with a wink (on why Michigan has
won its last six games with 1li-
nois) : "It's always nice to win."

B*MP-Daily, THAT is a very provocative question. For instance,
P*te and I talk shop, but we never have gotten around to Michigan vs.
Illinois.
P*TE-That's just it Daily, we always seem to talk about some-
thing else. A rivalry ... maybe .. .
DAILY-E**iotts, I not only submit that there is this rivalry
thing, but that you, B*mp, have beaten brother P*te six straight
times. P*te what do you have to say about that record? A jinx?
P*TE-Are you sure about that record?
DAILY-Well, uh, I mean I'm pretty sure that . . . I could
check the record book again.
B*MP-Listen Daily, it really doesn't make any difference about
this rivalry thing. We just happen to be .coaching for opposing
schools, and the better prepared team will win today. Right, P*tie?
DAILY-B*mp would you explain why you called your brother
"P*tie?"
P*TE--Maybe I could answer that for you Daily. It seems that
"B*mper" was always the older of the two of us. It has always been
that way. And there was this time.. .
DAILY-Yes P*te?
P*TE --Well there was this time when we played baseball with
the kids from the neighborhood, and B*mper and I were on opposing
sides. Well B*mp was pitching and the game went on and on and on.
B*MP-Remember it was getting dark and we had to be home
early because we were having stew for dinner?
P*TE-Well anyway, every time I went up to bat B*mp struck
me out. He did that six times.
DAILY-Six times P*te, do you think that number is sig-
nificant?
P*TE-It COULD BE Daily, but anyway, the game had gotten
out of hand in the top of the inning, and there was nobody on and two
out when I got up in the last of the 17th.
B*MP-I was really getting tired then, and my arm hurt a little
too
P*TE-Naturally I was a little tired of getting fanned every
time I got up there. In fact some of the guys were saying that I
couldn't get a hit at all off my brother. So I was up there with no
pressure on me at all.
B*MP-Boy was it dark out too. I figured P*te couldn't see
much of the ball so I decided to give him a fast one on the first pitch.
P*TE-No B*mper, it was a curve, because you knew I could never
hit a curve, remember?
B*MP-Yup, it was a curve, and a good one too. You missed it by
a mile.
P*TE--OK, but remember when you tried to feed the same pitch
again, I fouled it off.
DAILY-Well, what happened?
B*MP-Oh, then we had to go in to eat, and we never finished
the game.
DAILY-Well, what would you have thrown next B*mp?
B*MP-Mmmm, a high, hard one I guess.

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Calvin S. Malefyt
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SUNDAY,
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services-Call

MISS MARY
Exchange Student at

DELANO,
Tuskegee in 1966

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Donald Postema, Minister
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6:45 p.m. Discussion with Monsignor John F.
Bradley, rector of St. Mary's Chapel, on
"What Do We Mean by Ecumenicity?"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
512 E. Huron
James H. Middleton, Minister
Cleo Boyd, Associate Minister
Ronald Tipton, Campus, Minister
SUNDAY
9:45 am.-Church School Hour.
I 1 :00 a.m.-Church Worship.
HURON HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH
Presently meeting at the YM-YWCA
Affiliated with the Baptist General Conf.
Rev. Charles Johnson
761-6749
9:45 a.m.-University Fellowship Bible Study.
1 1 :00 a.m.-~What Baptism Ought to Mean."
7:00 p.m.-Miss Dorothy Shaler, missionary
appointee to Bolivia.
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
1511 Washtenaw Ave.
(The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod)
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
Sunday at 9:45 and 11:15 a m.-Services with
sermon by the Rev. Gerard Kohn.
Sunday at I1:15 a.m.-Bible Study.
Sunday at 6:00 p.m.-Gamma Delta Supper-
Program. "The Church and Drama" as dis-
cussed by the Rev. Richard Kopfer.
Wednesday at 10:00-Midweek Devotion. The
Rev. Prof. Donald Mossman, guest preacher.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CENTER
AND CHAPEL
National Lutheran Council
Hill St. at Forest Ave.
Dr. H. 0. Yoder, Pastor
SUNDAY

at the PRESBYTERIAN CAMPUS CENTER
1432 Wpshtenaw
(50c) Supper at 6:00
Call reservations: 662-3580 or 665-6575
All Students Welcome

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PACKARD ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH
Southern Baptist Convention
1 131 Church St.
761-0441
Rev. Tom Bloxam

9:30 and1 11:00 a m.-Worship Services.
9:30 a.m.-Bible Study.

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