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By CLIFF MARKS
Stepping on the field in Michi-
gan Stadium tomorrow to lead the{
Wolverines against Oregon will be
a tradition - breaking sophomore
quarterback, Dave Glinka.
It will be the first time that a
sophomore has run the team in
the season opener since 1938, when
converted center Forest Evashev-
ski started a quarterback.
Although Michigan traditionally
had used the single wing before
Bump Elliott took over as coach
last year, the quarterback has
always been the field general.
Tomorrow, Glinka will be the trig-
ger man in the Wolverine Wing-T
attack as well, opposing Oregon's
Dave Grosz, ranked among the na-
tion's best quarterbacks.
Big Assignment
"It's an awful big assignment
for a sophomore in his first game,"
Elliott said, "but we kind of think
he'll do all right out there." From
his remarks it was obvious that
Elliott and his staff would not
have chosen Glinka over experi-
enced junior John Stamos, and
sophomore prospect Bob Chandler
if they didn't think the Toledo
Sports Staff
Holds Tryout
The Daily sports staff invites
all Freshmen and Sophomores
interested in sports writing to
come to the tryout meeting at
4:15 p.m. today in the Student
Publications Building.
Previous experience in journal-
ism is not required. All the pro-!
spective sports reporter needs is
an interest in his subject.
Writing assignments will begin
immediately, and the new reporter
will be given an opportunity to
become acquainted with the ath-
letic program of the University.
Repeat: meeting today at 4:15
p.m. in the Student Publication
Building.

star would ", . . kind of do all
right."
Glinka, 6'2" and 200 lbs., is
big and rugged for a quarterback,
and his size prompted public re-
lations director and former fresh-
man coach Wally Weber to com-
pare him to Bob Ptacek, Michi-!
gan's All-American candidate of
two years ago.
"When he (Glinka) rolls out for
a pass with short yardage to go,
he'll probably be like Ptacek. If
no one is open, he will barrel for
that first down," said Weber.
Two Teams
Elliott said that Stamos will play
mostly defense tomorrow because
of his experience with the Raiders
last year. "We will look more like
two teams this year instead of
three," Elliott said, "as we shuffle
and spot men in and out."
This undoubtedly means that
Chandler will also see some action
tomorrow as quarterback of one of
the three units. "Glinka just hap-
pens to run the team better over-
all right now," Elliott said.
With this in mind, Michigan
fans hope that the first sophomore
"field general" in 22 years will be
able to keep the Wolverines on the
winning track established by the
1959 edition in capturing four of
its last five games.
Practice Notes
Kickoff man Lee Hall almost
was put out of commission yes-
terday at practice when he was
place-kicking and the holder un-
knowingly jerked the ball away
as Hall's leg swung. Needless to
say, he missed the ball and almost
broke a leg. He will kick off
tomorrow, however.
* . .
Definitely out of Saturday's con-
test are halfback Ed Hood with
a fractured Jaw, and guard Lou
Pavlov. Otherwise the Wolverines
should be in top physical shape,
and as a sideline observer said,
"he's (Bump) bringing them along
slowly to reach an emotional peak
tomorrow."
Oregon not only has speedy
backs in Dave Grayson and Cleve-
land Jones, but a co-record holder
at :09.3 seconds in the 100-yard{
dash, Roscoe Cook, a third string-
er. As one observer put it, ". .
they get faster the deeper they
go.",
Loken Names
Cheerleaders
Leading the cheers for Michi-
gan tomorrow against Oregon will
be a squad of eight men (still no
girls) headed by Captain Bill
Skinner. The others are Ron Jaco,
Assistant, Stu Bradley, Tom Os-
terland, T. Francis, Frank Stark-
weather, Pete Cox and Ted Skin-
ner. Gymnastics Coach Newt
Loken is also head of the cheer-
leaders.

Following his success last year
in a fall baseball practice, Coach
Don Lund is conducting diamond
sessions again this year before
winter sets in.
Approximately 35 players are
working out in the practices,
which will continue until Oct. 13.
"We hope to accomplish two
main objectives with these prac-
tices," said Coach Lund; "First,
to practice the fundamentals. pri-
marily those of hitting and field-
ing; second, to process new ma-
terial."
"We can't waste valuable time
in the spring trying out a big loadI
of new recruits," he added. "We
hope to get a lot of that done
now."
Workouts, running each week
from Monday to Thursday. gen-
erally consist of two parts, the
practicing of a single fundamen-
tal, and an intra-squad game.
Nine Lettermen Back
The squad lost nine lettermen
from graduation, but a solid nu-
clbus of nine veterans is return-

ing, six of which are attending
the practices.
Two of the others, Dick Syring,
catcher and 1961 captain, and out-
fielder Ed Hood are on the football
team. The third, Barry Marshall,
is suffering from mononucleosis.
When Marshall recovers, Lund
is contemplating switching him
from his usual second base post to
first.
The six lettermen practicing
are Joe Merullo, third base; out-
fielder Dick DeLamielleure; and
pitchers Dennis McGinn, Joe Bre-
feld. Bob Marcereau, and John
'Kerr.
Promising Sophomore
One promising sophomore, Bill
Freehan, is also on the football
squad. He probably will try out
for Syring's job as catcher next
spring.
The fall practice sessions were
inaugurated by Lund and his as-
sistant, Moby Benedict. "We got
a lot of valuable work done last
year and we should get even
greater benefits this time because
we're better organized." Lund said.

DAVE GLINKA
.. .soph quarterback
Managers Needed
Freshman and sophomore
men interested in being man-
agers of the Michigan football
team this fall are asked to
contact senior manager Fred
Nemachuck, any day during
practice behind Yost Field-
house, or at NO 2-2858 at night.
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