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..THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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r scored by end John
who added two{
to lead Anthony in
scoring 32-30.
Eighty-Yard Games-

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In three games last fall An-
thony rushed for a total greater
than 80 yards. In the Minnesota
game, which Michigan lost 6-0, he
gained 82 yards in 18 carries. What
is interesting to note, however, is
that in the second half he got '72
yards in 14 tries. In the Iowa.
game which ended in a 21-21 tie,
Anthony scored all three touch-
downs as he gained 83 yards in
19 carries. In the final game of
the season against Ohio State he
got 84 yards in 15 tries as the
Buckeyes won 14-10.
This year with the added speed
and improvement at the halfback
positions, Anthony feels that he
should be an even better fullback.
No longer will the oppostlion be
able to gear their defenses to
stop his running and that of
quarterback Bob Timberlake. With
the likes of Carl Ward, John
Rowser, Rick Sygar, and Jim Det-
wiler .to contend with, Anthony
thinks that Michigan's offensive
game will open up. With at least
a little of the pressure off,
Anthony hopes that he 1Ii ii e able.
to do an even better job for
Michigan.
Can Run Outside
Anthony will be better able to
display his talents as a versatile,
runner this fall because of the
new plays which Coach Bump El-
liott has introduced into the Wol-
verines' running game. Last sea-
son Anthony gained most of his
yardage going up the middle, but
this season he will be able t do
more running outside.
Another factor which should im-
prove Anthony's play this year is
they presence of sophomore Dave
Fisher. Fisher is a 215-pounder
who is pushing Anthony for the
starting offensive spot. Though as
yet unexperienced Fisher is rap-.
idly developing into serious com-
petition for Anthony's offensive
position.

lnthony
The innovation of the two-pla-
toon system is also likely to help
Anthony as well as the rest of
the ,team. He will be sable to con-
centrate on his offensive play and
let junior Barry Dehlin specialize
as defensive linebacker. Dehlin is
the better player on defense but
Anthony is the better on offense.
whether it be at blocking or ball
canying.-
Anthony has high regards for
the abilities of Fisher and two
other fine sophomores, Detwiler
and Ward. He feels that they all
have tremendous potential and
that they soon should devetop in-
to excellent ball players.
PLANS REJECTED:
N ew Arena
Final preliminary drawings with
cost ; estimates fo the proposed
University Events Bldg., designed
primarily as a basketball arena,
have been received and retuined
to the architects for a cost cutting
process.
Athletic Director H. O. (Fritz)
Crisler said yesterday that the
cost estimates he received recently
were higher than the $3.5 million
the Board in Control of Intercol-
legiate Athletics had envisioned
for the structure. The board only
has funds to finance the debt serv-
ice on a $3.5 million building,
Crisler said.
The architects are expected to
report back in about a week ac-
cording to Crisler. One way the
'architects could cut the costs on
the building, Crisler said, would
be to reduce the number of seats
from 14,000 to perhaps 12,000.
With individual theatre-type seats
planned for the building, seating
is a major- cost of the building as
well as partially determining the
size of the building, Crisler said.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the sec-
ond article in at series examining
the BigTen football teams. Next -
Northwestern.
By DALE SIELAFF
Riding in the wake of a solid
17-7 victory over Washington in
Pasadena last January 1st, Coach
Pete Elliott's Fighting Illini seem
ready to make another determ-
ined drive toward the Big Ten ti-
tle.
Led by All-American center-
linebacker Dick Butkus, Illinoli
has virtually the same squad that.
took the conference championshir
last fall with a 5-1-1 record and
racked up an overall 8-1-1 stand-
ing. Losing only 11 lettermen from
last year's team, the Illini should
be strong both up front and, in
the backfield with 22 letter-win-
ners back.
Butkus, 6'3" and 237-pounds,
was voted the Big Ten's Most
Valuable Player in '63 and tops
the formidable offensive and de-
fensive lines the Illini will throw
against their opponents this sea-
son. Butkus is teamed on de-
fense with junior Don Han-
sen, at 6-2 and 193, is being
groomed to fill the gap that will
be letf by the graduation of But-
kus and his alternate, Bruce Ca-
pel. Another junior, 6-1, 175-pound
Steve Kimbell is also mentioned as
a possible center choice.
Veterans Three Deep
Flanking Butkus at the guard
positions are two veterans of Big
Ten play. Wylie Fox and Ed Wash-
ington, at 201 and 208 respective-
ly, give Coach Elliott experienc-
ed seniors to man these vita?
spots. Two other seniors, Lynn
Stewart, back for his third sea-
son, and Dave Powless, are set to
fill in. Behind these four veterans
the Illini are set with soph Ron
Guenther at 5-9 and 200, and 25-
year-old senior Don Saunders.
At tackle, the Illinois team is
also four deep in returning let-

termen, including second-team
All-American Archie Sutton. Run-
ning from left tackle, Sutton, at
6-4 and 250, is the biggest man
on the squad. On the right side,
Bill Minor (6-1, 217) and Brian
Duniec (5-9 and 214) will alter-
nate with junior Gary Eickmarn
spelling Sutton at left tackle. Two
promising, big sophs, Kai Ander-
son (6-2 and 215) and Jim Gru-
b~ f_ Qt ~~n~~ b.r E.

Veterans Lead Illinois in Fight for Title

of Wisconsin, both running seven
TD's. In addition, the 6-2, 207
junior finished second in rush-
ing, with 616 yards in 141 car-
ries, a 4.3 average. In Pasadena,
Grabowski played well enough
to earn the "Most Valuable Play-
er" award. Elliott cites junior
Tony Parola (5-10, 194) and new-
comer Jerry Schmidt as Grabow-
ski's subs.

aer (6-2, 2O3v), siuld keep the:Halfbacks Lacking
Illini front wall strong in com- The Illini managed their num-
ing seasons, in addition to add- ber two national ranking without;
ing valuable depth this fall, the benefit of an outstanding half-G
Problem? back, and apparently will playt
Illinois' main problem, if it car under the same handicap this sea-
be called a serious problem, lie: son. Sam Price, at 5-11 and 199,.
in the backfield. Five men are was the workhorse of the squad#
gone from last season's crew: behind Grabowski. Price carriedk
The graduation of quarterback 98 times for a 3.9 average. Acks#
Mike Taliaferro leaves the signi j will work opposite Price at right
calling up to junior Fred Custar- .half. Behind Price and Acks, El-
do. Custardo, who ran the team liott has three sophs ready in1
last fall behind Taliaferro, hit on addition to 5-10, 175-pound sen-I
28 of 60 passes and rushed for ior Art McCaskill. Doug Harfordr
an average of 5.2 yards. . At six the most promising soph at 5-9s
feet and 180, Custardo is called 180, should be spelling Acks at
"ready" by Elliott. Set to go be- right half, while Phil Knell and A?
hind Custardo on offense are Ror Waters, who stands 6-4 and hits]
Acks, who also is used at right the scales at 202 will alternate be-
half, and Dick Door. Acks ran hind Price.
eight times last year .and picked Targets for Custardo's passes a
up 47 yards. Dorr, a senior, has the end slots are still largely un-
yet to letter. decided, with four lettermen and
At fullback, Jim Grabowski is r two sophs still vying for the top
definite standout. Last season spot. Last fall's top receiver
Grabowski tied for the league Gregg Schumacher (6-2, 223), i.
lead in scoring with Lou Holland back for his third varsity sea-
"Foreg n Car spoken here"

son, as .is right end Rich Calla-
ghan. Schumacher hauled in nine
passes for 133 yards and one TD
last year, while 6-2, 175-pound
Callaghan wasn't quite as active
in the receiving department. Be-
hind Schumacher at left end is
senior Dave Mueller. Mueller pull-
ed in nine tosses for 97 yards
last year.
Vital Factor
A solid defense is a vital fac-
tor in a winning football team.
and last fall the Illini possessed
one of the strongest defenses in
the country, as evidenced by the
21 recovered fumbles and 20 in-
terceptions engineered in the 1C
ball games. Three returning let-
termen are the mainstays of the ~
Illini defensive backfield, led by
George Donnelly, who is back for #
his third season. Elliott will sore- k
ly miss the graduated Jim War- ,
ren and Mike Dundy who played
a total of 608 minutes on the
defense. However, it' is hoped that ,
returnees Wayne Paulson and Dick'
Kee can fill that void. I FRED C

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Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
. W L Pet:. GB
Baltimore 88 61 .591 -
Chicago 88 61 .591 _
New York 85 59 .590
Detroit 77 71 .520 10%
Los Angeles 76 73 .510 12
Cleveland 74/ 72 .50712
Minnesota 74 74 .500 13
Boston 66 83..443.22
Washington 57 92 .383 31
Kansas City 54 93 .367 33
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 9, Los Angeles 4
Minnesota 2, Baltimore 1
Chicago 4, Detroit 1
Boston 10, Kansas City 1
Cleveland 3-3, Washington 1-2"
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at New York
Only game scheduled

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guys at Mizzoo is gonna tear t'
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d' football game dis week.*'
We ain't no experts but we
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I hear ya gets two tickets t' see
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
x-Philadelphia . 88 57 .607
St. Louis S2 64 .562
Cincinnatis 8 65 .552
San Francisco 81 66 .5i51
Milwaukee 75 71. .514
x-Pittsburgh 74 70 .514:
z-Los Angeles 73 72 .503
Chicago 66 79 .455J
x-Houston 59 88 .401
New York 50 96 .342
z-Played night gamne.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 5, Chicago 3
Milwaukee 3, St. Louis 2
New York 4, San Francisco 0_
Philadelphia at Houston (inc)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (n)
Cincinnati at Chicago
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