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Sophs Raise Grid Hopes
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By JIM HAMDT
At least one sophomore has
cracked the Michigan starting
eleven with promise that two moreE
will eventually follow.
That one sophomore is quarter-
back Dave Glinka, a product of
Toledo Catholic Central in Ohio.
Glinka, standing 6-1 and weighing
210 pounds, has been a fine all-
around perfromer of late, passingj
and running well.
He is still being hard-pressed
for the starting role, however, by
John Stamos, veteran quarterback,
of last season. Stamos, althougha
regarded as primarily a defensive
quarterback, has been handling,
the team well offensively,
Glinka may very well be the
solution to Coach Chalmers
(Bump) Elliott's quarterback
problem. Both all-city and all-
State at Catholic Central, he
should be on the starting lineup
in the Wolverines' opener against
Oregon next week if he continues
improving as he has been.
Two other newcomers to the
Varsity showing promise are right
halfback Dave Raimey and end
Bill Freehan. Both, although now.
playing on the second team, are
pressing for first-string berths.
Although senior Dennis Fitz-
gerald is currently the starting
right halfback, he and Raimey
have exchanged the role several
Probably the best of the sopho-
more crop of halfbacks, Raimey
is a former all-Stater from Ohio.
The fast - running 192 pounder
played both halfback and full-
back in high school.
Freehan is a highly touted end
who won the Meyer Morton trophy
as the most improved player in
spring practice. Tall, 6-3, and
fairly heavy, 203 pounds, the
Royal Oak end is highly regarded
material for a position in which
Michigan is traditionally strong.
At the present, Bob Johnson
and Scott Maentz are holding
down the starting positions. John
Halstead, starting end last year,
is nursing an injured knee.
Stars in Baseball
In any case, Freehan will un-
doubtedly see plenty of action the
coming season. He remains, how-
ever, an unknown quantity in fu-
ture years since several major
league baseball clubs have shown
repeated interest in him.
In addition to these three sopho-
mores, two other varsity new-
comers have achieved second team
status; left halfback Jack Strobel
and guard Joe O'Donnell.
A hard running 180. - pound
youngster from Fenwick High in
Chicago, Strobel is handicapped
in his bid for a starting position
by having to play behind fast-
running Benny McRae, a sure
starter barring injury.
O'Donnell, a converted fullback
from Milan, Ohio, is making a
strong bid for Dick Syring's guard
position. Althoughhblg-6-2, 210
pounds-and fast, he is lacking in
Another sophomore, Ed Hood of
Detroit, was running with the
third unit until he sustained a
fractured jaw. He will be out for
four to six weeks. Not particu-
larly big nor fast, he is rugged and
Iknows how to use his blockers.
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STARTING SOPHOMORE-Dave Glinka has emerged as Michi.
tan's best offensive quarterback, nosing out returnee John Stamos
and sophomore Bob Chandler.
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Injuries Still Plague
DINE .. .
By The Associated re
EVANSTON, Ill. - Coach Ara
Parseghian put his Northwestern
University footbail squad through
an intensive light contact drill
Parseghian said he was dissatis-
fied with the team's performance
in a scrimmage Wednesday.
Varsity quarterback Dick Thorn-
ton, suffering a charley horse,
missed the drill.
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protection for passers Sandy Ste-
phens, Larry Johnson and Joe
MADISON, Wis.-The Wiscon-
sin football squad today dispensed
with contact work and concen-
trated on individual and team de-
Coach Milt Bruhn was dissatis-
fied with the defense displayed in
yesterday's scrimmage in which
the first unit defeated a reserve
Bruhn made one change in the
lineup, moving Gerald Kulcinski
to right guard on the first unit
in place of Ron Perkins.
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CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-Larry Lav-
ery, 213-pound senior, and Cliff
Roberts, a 265-pound regular, are
fighting it out for the first string
left tackle post on the University
of Illinois football team.
Lavery moved into the first
string today, but Illini coaches
indicated Roberts, sidelined by in-
juries during most of the practice
schedule, may claim the job for
opener against Indiana.
Gophers got three of their prac-
tice casualties back in uniform
Halfback Judge Dickson, out two
days with a shoulder separation,
ran with the second unit while
Bill Munsey ran with the third
unit in a halfback slot. Tom Rob-
bins returned as No. 2 fullback.
The Gophers again stressed
passing, concentrating on blocker
Coach Phil Dickens drew an iron
curtain around his injury-ridden
football squad today, admitting
only those with special passes to
Dickens complained of the
Hoosiers' timing after a fast of-
fensive and defensive workout.
Minor injuries have sidelined
many of his top backs.
But Dickens praised the defen-
sive work of Earl Faison, Newport
News, Va., guard Dave Martin of
Bloomington and tackle Ed Mor-
ris of East Chicago, Ind.
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IOWA CITY, Iowa-Bill Van
Buren, first-team center for the
Iowa Hawkeyes, has been side-
lined with a knee injury.
Team officials said today the
235-pound junior probably will be
out for two weeks with a torn
knee ligament suffered in a heavy
That means he may miss Iowa's
football opener with Oregon State
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LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Football
Coach Jack Mollenkopf made sev-
eral changes in forward wall
alignment. today in a. bid to
strengthen Purdue's line depth.
Al Mincevich, junior letterman,
and sophomore Don Brumm were
shiftde from tackle to left guard
as support for veteran Van Sczur-
ek. A pair for sophomores, Don
Keised and Bill Currie, were pro-
moted to the No. 2 and 3 spots
prospectively, at left tackle be-
hind co-captain Jerry Beabout.
Junior reserve Tom Krysinski
was moved from left to right guard
behind veteran Ron Maltony.
Sophomore John Stafford took the
No. 3 slot.
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