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P AGE SIX;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1966

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1966

Spartans, Irish To Clash

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By GRAYLE HOWLETT dents joined the one guy who pound frame under the field tarp,
Special To The Daily started it all chanting, "Rip 'em if you tried.
up, tear 'em up, give 'em hell With the biggest game of his
EAST LANSING-The Michigan State." Nobody bothered to esti- career staring him in the face,
State Spartans took to the air a mate the number of policemen it MSU coach Duffy Daugherty re-
day early and caught the Irish of took to calm it down. mained his jovial self as he faced
Noeraenb rpr i. rv Everybody up here is talking kill, sportswriters yesterday in the,
Operating from a light private using. as the word as a synonymI final press box press conference.
plane Michigan State unleashed a with Bubba. Probably the only "I have an announcement to
small offensive upon the Notre question which hasn't been asked- make," the toastmaster generalt
Dame campus with a bombard- by the some 200 sportswriters on began. "I've been a little peeved
ment of some 5,000 leaflets yester- hand is, "Which one is Bubba?" at our freshman coach Ed Ruther-
day, in an attempt to completely You couldn't hide his 6'7", 285- ford. He thinks the frosh game1
demoralize the Irish contingent. tonight with the Notre DameI
In essence the message confirm- freshmen is THE game."

ed Notre Dame's worst fear:
"You have heard that the, pow-1
er of our intercontinental ballistic 1
Bubba is a myth. The existence of
this powerful anti-blocker blocker
missile has been questioned.n
"T H E INTERCONTINENTAL
BALLISTIC BUBBA IS REAL, It
can DESTROY YOU.":
Bullfighty

The subject this week on the
Michigan State campus is not the
stock (moo),market, but the mood
is definitely KILL.
"The campus has been relatively
quiet all week," one coed pointed
out, "but we knew the explosion
had to come sometime. Well,
Thursday night it did." Thursday
night, an impromput pep rally
broke out and quickly serpantined
over the entire campus. The final
estimate is that some 6,000 stu-

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Duffy seemed relaxed, probably
happy that this week is coming
to a close, and his wit was in
grand style: "The boys will all
stay together tonight and we have
a' great movie planned for them-{
'High Noon.' I don't know why it
is, but we've shown a lot of this
type of movie. We've seen three
John Wayne movies already this
year."
Never Loses
Maybe the fact that in nine
games Spartan opponents have
only gained a net yardage of 423
is an explanation, coach. You
know, John Wayne's never been
licked yet.
When asked if MSU is "stronger
in the last half than in the first
like last year," Duffy quickly re-
plied, "I've been a lot stronger
but the team hasn't. The second
half allows me to get my second
wind."
Both teams show a remarkable
ability to get away fast. Notre
Dame has scored 159 of their total
301 points in the first half, and
in the first 30 minutes of every
game have only given up a total
of seven points. Michigan State
has tallied 146 points of their total
283 in the first half and the Spar-
tan defensive crew has yielded 22
markers in the first half.E
While everybody is comparing1
the two defensive squads because
Notre Dame's first string defenset
has only one TD scored on them
this year and because Michigan
State has Bubba, Webster, Thorn-
ill, and Phillips, a potentiaily bet-
ter duel crops up between the two
respective quarterbacks, T e r r y
Hanratty and Jimmy Raye.
Four Yards Apart ;
While Hanratty has completed
more passes (77 to Ray's 55),
they both have tossed at a 53 per
cent completion rate. Raye holds
the edge in rushing, however, and
in this department he makes up
Hanratty's wide margin in passing,
yardage to pull within four yards
in total offense of the Irish signal
caller who has gained a total of
1,333 yards.
Daugherty finally turned serious
and discussed the obvious ques-
tion:
"No, Bob Apisa will not start
tomorrow. The reason why is be-
cause he was not operating at a
hundred per cent on Wednesday.
We have an unwritten rule around
here that if you're not 100 per
cent on Wednesday you can't start.
But we feel that we have a back-
up man in Regis Cavender.
"The only instructions I've given
the boys is to play every play like
it was the last play of the game
end we needed to score. And to
give complementary tickets to the
members of your family and don't
scalp them."
In the game which stacks de-
fense against defense, quarterback
against quarterback, All-America
against All - America, tradition
against spirit, an Irishman named
Ara against a Spartan dubbed
Duffy, only two questions remain:
down in South Bend they're asking
if a four point spread is really
enough; and here in East Lansing
they're trying to figure out
"What's a Notre Dame?"
Both questions will be answered
this afternoon.
Scores:
NBA
Detroit 121, Los Angeles 118
Philadelphia 145, Chicago 120
College Football
Miami (Fla) 44, Iowa 0j

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DEAN DAUNTLESS: Listen, Jake ! ... Yeah ... Yeah. Look,
when I tell you I've got the kid sewed up I'm not . . . You said it.
Yeah. He may not know how to read, but figures he knows ! .
Yeah, both kinds! Well look Jake, here comes our boy ... Right, the
old snowball . . . Look, when Dauntless puts the finishing touches
on them they walk way only one way-humble, proud, and in the bag.
The next scratches you hear will be the kid scrawling his X on the ol'
contractoroonie with that big, thick, loveable paw of his . . . Yeah,
the one that's got the conference title by the . . . . Look. I'll call you
back.
HEYA KID!
JOE FOOTBALL: Oh, hi! hi, Mr..... uh
DD: Dauntless? Y'know, from the ....
tF: Yeah. Hi, Mr. Dauntless.
DD: Right. Look, kid. We've known each other for how long-
coupla years?
JF: Uh-huh.
DD: We're pretty good buddies, right?
JF: Well ... . Hey, yeah! You said it! Man, last Saturday
night when you took me up to tha ....
DD: Yeah, okay kid. But what I'm telling you is that I figure
you're a real man, an adult .. . a sophisticated and intelligent
student . . . a credit to your school and your family . . . real
American . . . All-American right halfback . . . 6'2" . . . 232
pounds of rumbling reinforced concrete (with a head to match.
... I mean you're okay, Joe. And I think you can call me-Dean.
You know, like good friends.
JF:
DD: Right?
JF:
DD: Right?
JF: Yeah, Dean. You've been a good friend.
DD: Okay! Now you know what we want to settle, Joe. We
figure that you might have something for us . . . and, heh, we know
we have something to offer you. Right?
DD: Right .... Yeah, well now kid, what we have to do, see,
what we have to do is have you sign this thing and we're all set.
What a team that's going to be, Joe. You know who's in that
backfield with you, don't you ? , . .
JF: You mean I'm gonna be startin' right away?
DD: Sure, kid. With your stuff and your (if you'll excuse the
expression) brains, you're a cinch. You spend a little time learning
the ropes and you're right in there. And when you guys come charging
out of that backfield together there won't be a team in the conference
that will stop us.
Sagers, Broun, Uniter, and Football . . . It staggers the
imagination. I . . . I only wih that Old Coach .
JF: Yeah ....
DD: That he were alive today, to see how far the team has
come since he put it together out of mud and sweat and tears
and-sign it right there, kid-and love and hope.
Well I can see it now. Your name up in lights with the others
-on the bottom, kid-a household word. Your picture in all the
papers. The key to the-lay it In there baby-city. And youknow
how the big city loves its football.
BF: You were one of the great ones, Dean. When I was a kid,
my dad used to tell me about how you were his idol when he was
a kid. He used to ....
DD: Thanks, Joe. But that's in the past. I wouldn't have stood
a chance with guys like you around to : .. Will you sign the thing
already?!
JF:
DD: Please?
JF:
DD: What's the matter Joe? What do you want? More bread?
JF: Well, it's....
DD: Okay, more bread. And the job. You don't like managing
a jute mill in the off-season?
JF: Well, not exactly, but ....
DD: Don't worry. We've got other things around. And the
house. How about the house, huh? A beaut. They couldn't have
offered you anything like that. A whole house!
JF: But I can't sign that ....
DD: You can't sign it. You ... can't ... sign.. . it?
JF: Yeah, it's ....
Db: Your arm? You hurt your arm. Don't worry about it, Joe,
We've got the best hospital facilities around. We'll get you doctors.
We're with you all the way. Because when we like a guy, we ...
JF: Naw, it's not that. My arm's okay.
DD: Your arm is all right. You have writer's cramp?
JF:
DD: Little league elbow?
JF:
DD: Housemaid's knee.
JF: No, I'm okay Dean. I've never been in better shape. It's
just....
DD: Then what is it? God, you kids are unbelievable. We
offer you an inch and you want the whole football field.
(Whatayou better than everybody else or something? Chee!
I only wish the Old Coach were here. Man, he'd give you some-
thing for that head of yours, kid. A vise.1
Look, Joe. I know we're offering you the best terms possible.
ou wouldn't get a better deal anywhere, even if you went legit and
slogged it out for six years on your own to get there. The only thing
left we can offer you is your own account at the blood bank.

Why can't we get together on this thing now?
JF: I signed with Ohio State yesterday.

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