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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

M'-MSU

Struggle

Takes

Over

Fast Spartan Pair
f ace. Tricky Attack

BY FRED STEINHARDT
If Michigan is to open the Big
10 season with a victory over
Michigan State at East Langing,
Saturday, it must harness what
may be the best pair of halfbacks
in the conference, Herb Adderley
and Gary Ballman.
Both are fast, as fast as Michi-
gan's swiftest backs, Bennie Mc-
Rae and Dave Rainey. Both are
versatile and can catch and throw
as well as run; both are good
sized, in the neighborhood of 200
pounds; and both will have the
added advantage of a big, mobile
line to give them that extra split
second every back needs to break
into the secondary,
Adderley, a senior, is regarded
as the best halfback in the Mid-
west and was mentioned, on many
pre-season All-American teams.
He is the latest in a long line of
backs to spark Michigan State,
following in the tradition of Leroy
Bolden, Billy Wells, Clarence
Peaks, Walt Kowalczyk, and Dean
Look, to name a few.
419 Yards
Last season, Adderley led the
Spartan backs in yards gained
with 419, an average of 4.5 yards
per carry. He also gathered in 13
passes for 265 yards.
As a Philadelphia high school
boy, Adderley collected a bevy of
honors and scholarship offers.
Although Adderley must be con-
sidered the better of the two at
this point, it is Ballman who
makes pro scouts' mouths water.
He has yet to enjoy a big day for
Michigan State, and it would be
best for Michigan if he doesn't
until sometime after this Satur-

Michigan. This season, he has been
slowed by a recurring leg injury
which might keep him from see-
ing full service Saturday.
Adderley Started Late
Adderley also has had trouble
getting started as he reported to
pre-season camp late due to an
illness in his family. He only car-
riedi the ball eight times against
Pitt and should just be rounding
into top shape.
Good Reserves
Should Adderley or Ballman
tire, they are backed up by very
capable hands. ,Junior Bob Suci
returned an intercepted pass for
93 yards and a touchdown last
year against Michigan. Don
Stewart, who also can double as
quarterback, caught a 25 yard
touchdown pass from Dean Look
at Ann Arbor last year.
Another junior, Larry Hudas,
has been filling in for Ballman
and might be the most improved
player on the squad. Hudas, who
made all-city at Detroit Denby,
is 6'4" and was a sprinter in high
school.
These are the players Michigan
must stop Saturday, or it will be
a long bus ride back to Ann Arbor.
MSU Notes
EAST LANSING W) - End Art
Brandstatter devoted a long ses-
sion to field goal kicking practice
today as 4%Vichigan State pre-
pared for its meeting Saturday
with Michigan.
The booting specialist for the
Spartans missed two field goal
tries against Pittsburgh last week.
A hit on either one would have
broken a 7-7 deadlock.

--Daily-Len Lofstrom
BIG GAINER-Jim Ward (45) one of Michigan's three right halfbacks who performed so impressively
last Saturday, picks up good yardage against Oregon in one of his fine runs. He rushed for 47 yards
in five carries, aided by good blocks such as the one thrown by the unidentified Wolverine. The shifty
Ward simply outran blocker Frank Clappison (67).
Michigan Deep at Right Half:
Fitzgerald, Raimey, Ward_

Footba
TO MEET SYRACUS
Kansas 1M
By TOM WEBBER
plac
Every football season produces the
its startling upsets of top-ranked T
teams, but few if any can rank hav
with the one being predicted in far
the Big Eight Conference - this hos
year. tion
For 14 years the Oklahoma Syr
Sooners had reigned atop the ."big
Conference. Sports writers were L
beginning to sneer and call the bet
League, "Oklahoma and the Little can
Seven." Last year these "Yankees" tou
of football began to slip when ishe
they dropped a 25-21 decision to hig
Nebraska. This represented the Syr
first Conference loss for the Soon- ant
ers since 1946. This year, although L
the Sooners still have a very fine
team, the "Little Seven" have
started to catch up.
Of the seven, Kansas State is
the only one rated completely out
of the money. Missouri, last
year's Orange Bowl representa-
tive, Nebsaska, Iowa State, and
Colorado all have been given an
even chance to take the title.
The team to watch, however,
iKansas. The Jayhawks have
swamped two rivals while not al-
lowing a point to be scored against
them. They have moved to fifth
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In Regatta
Armed with last weekend's vic-
tory at the Notre Dame regatta,
the Michigan Sailing Club will'
face Midwest schools on the De-
troit River this weekend.
Timme Schneider, Jim King,
and Paul O'Reilly sailed in the 'A'
division and John Goldsmith,
Rolfe Worden and Terry Tim sail-
ted in B.' Miss Schneider and
Goldsmith will again skipper their
l respective divisions this weekend.

ce in the nation according to
AP poll.
rhis Saturday the Jayhawks
ve a chance to move even
ther up the ladder as they play
st to the top team in the na-
n, the mighty Orangemen from
acuse, in what probably is the
g game" of the week.
Gast year, in the first encounter
ween the two teams, Syracuse
me out on top, 35-21. The three
chdowns by Kansas, which fin-'
ed with a 7-3 record, were the
hest point production against
acuse as the Orange rolled to
undefeated season.
Gast week, Syracuse, defending

Spotlight

Takes Bid for Top

their title as the nation's top
team, swept to their eighteenth
victory in a row by downing Bos-
ton University, 35-7, and Kansas
trounced Kansas State, 41-0.
Syracuse is rated as a slight
favorite going into the game, but
Kansas, the team picked to upset
Oklahoma's long tenure, will pro-
vide the Orange with their most
severe test of the season.
Syracuse Coach Ben Schwartz-
walder has shown a worried atti-
tude to his team in needling them
about sloppy play in the opener,
which prompted them to develop
more precision in practice yester-
day.

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day. He is the complete football.
player, or for that matter, the BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
complete athlete.
Ballman played his high school
ball at East Detroit High, which Iii u i ei Il
produced Ron Kramer, ('56)
Michigan's last full fledged All-
American. In high school, he was IP
at least the equal of Kramer in S fl1
every sport. He was a unanimous'
All-State selection in football in By The Associated Press
his junior and senior years, scor- MADISON - Injuries serioi
ing a fantastic 26 touchdowns enough to keep them out of cot
in his junior year. tact work slowed five Wiscons
Cage Star football players yesterday as t
In basketball, he was the star Badgers polished their offense.
on a series of powerful East De- All are expected to play Satu
troit teams, a consistent 18-20 day against Marquette.
point scorer, and a bulwark of
strength under both boards. He: EVANSTON-Bob Eickhoff,
was awarded first team status on junior carrying the quarterba
several All-State teams. burdens in Northwestern's B
Ballman proved his amazing Ten opener Saturday, directed tt
versatility in track where he made first string through a scrimma
All-State in hurdles two years yesterday.
running and also won the State Eickhoff is subbing for Di
shot put championship. It is these Thornton, regular quarterba
qualities blended into one-the who will miss the opener wi
hurdler and shotputter - that Iowa because of a thigh injury.
makes Ballman the terror that he * * *
is, as a breakaway threat and LAFAYETTI'E-Purdue work
a power runner, on its passing game yesterday
He earned a starting berth last the last contact drill before Sa
season as a sophomore and played urday's football clash with Not
solid football all year long. He Dame at South Bend.
led the squad in scoring with 30 * * *
points on five TD's, two in the IOWA CITY-The only casual
upset 15-10 victory over North- in the Iowa football training can
western. But he did not break wide was Coach Forest Evashevsl
open in any games like Kramer himself, who was laid up with
did in his sophomore year at high temperature and severe col

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By CLIFF MARKS
Gaing almost half of Michigan's'
290 yards rushing against Oregon
were three hard running right
halfbacks, Dennis Fitzgerald, Dave
Raimey, and Jim Ward.
The three men picked up 132
yards between them in only 21
carries as they impressed upon
Wolverine fans how deep the
Michigan backfield really is. Each
one appeared to be as good as
graduated Fred Julian was against
Ohio State last year in his final
and greatest game.
Fitzgerald, a senior, started the
game off with a 10 yard advance
on the way to 45 yards in 11 car-
ries. He exhibited the usual fight,
and inspirational drive that has
earned him his niche in Michigan
athletics, both as a wrestler (Big
Ten Champ last year) and on the
gridiron.
Gained Always
He seemed to gain even when
there was nowhere to go last Sa-
turday which prompted Backfield
Coach Hank Fonode to call him,
"the fighter." Fonde added that
Fitzgerald Is obviously the most
experienced of the three offensive
right halfs, having played two
years for Michigan, and averaging
3.4 yards per play last season,
Due to this added experience,

Fonde said that Fitzgerald hits the
holes a little bit better than Raim-
ey or Ward. "He understands the
blocking assignments very well,"
said Fonde, " and has a slight all-
round edge, including defense, on
the other two. However, it's very
close between all three."
At the mention of defense,
Fonde named still another right
halfback, Gary McNitt, who
started the game on defense
against Oregon. and also saw a
little offensive service, as the other
three played some defense, too.
Speed Prominent
Speed was brought up, and
Raimey was the one who prompted
it. He showed Oregon his heels
on 4 25 yard touchdown jaunt the
first time he touched the ball in
college competition.
For a 190 pounder (he's 5' 10")
his swiftness is a little surprising,
but he has excellent balance which
he displayed Saturday. Fonde also
said that he is a good blocker,
something the average fan might
overlook in a game.
It is this blocking ability which
is a principaldreason why Raimey
is rated ahead of his counterpart,
Ward, by the coaching staff, Fonde
indicated. Ward is almost as fast,
and at 6' 1", 195 pounds, is a
tough man to bring down. He

made this very apparent against
Oregon by chalking up 47 yards
in five carries, taking advantage
of holes opened up by the interior
Wolverine line.
Amazing Performance
Ward's performance was all the
more amazing when one considers
he switched from- quarterback last
spring, a position at which he
earned Michigan all-state honors.
He, as well as Raimey and Fitz-
gerald, will be put to the real
test against Michigan State's mas-
sive line Saturday.
But, as Fonde summed up in
a simple understatement, "Our
right halfbacks are doing a good
job." and from their performance
against Oregon, he might well
have added, . . . and will con-
tinue to do so.
P - ' * *
Practice Notes
.Coach Bump Elliott said yester-
day that first string end, Bot
Johnson, looked like hy has re-
covered from a hip injury suffered
Saturday. Only time will tell. How-
ever, tackle Bill Stine is still limp-
ing and is a question mark.

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