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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1964 THE MICIHIGAN DAILYA S

WAGE SEVEN

'Spoilermakers' Keep Wolverines on the Alert

GRID SELECTIONS

By CHUCK VETZNER Fitzgerald consider him to be one rolling out or running the option
of the finest linemen he's seen play."
Okay, the Wolverines. have won this year. Griese's favorite target is end
three in a row, are ranked fifth Other defensive linemen who I Bob Hadrick. Fitzgerald has high
in the country, and look like a deserve mention are 250 pound praise for Hadrick, describing him
team that could go all the way. guard Bob Hopp and Shay's team- as a receiver with "snake-like
All they have to do now is take mate at tackle, Jim Garcia, who moves and sticky fingers." Last
it easy for a few weeks and get weighs in at 239 pounds. year as a sophomore Hadrick made
ready for Illinois and Ohio State.-2 the All-Big Ten team.
When Purdue owns the football
Sounds great, but things don't, the offensive platoon checks in. Running Threatj
work that way in the Big Ten, It's a unit which, according to Although Purdue is primarily
especially when our heroes have Fitzgerald, features "a wide open, a passing team, it is not without
to play Purdue this Saturday. varied attack." They operate from some fine running threats. The
They call Purdue the Spoiler- an I' formation with sophomore halfbacks are Jim Morel and Gor-
makers and not without reason. don Teter. Both are under 180
The boys from Lafayette have a Fr hm Baskeball pounds but Morel was the team's
strange ability to consistently up-' Freshmen a eta second leading receiver last sea-
set favored teams. All freshmen interested in son and Teter picked up two
Michigan State can well attest trying out for the freshman touchdowns against Wisconsin last
to the Boilermakers uncanny basketball team should ga to'week.
prowess against the conference's the Intra-Mural Building at Fullback Randy Miniear is not
top contenders. In 1962 the Spar- 3:30 p.m. on Thursday with the pile driver type but has good
tans were the experts' choice to equipment. Contact freshman speed and, like the halfbacks, he
coach Tom Jorgensen at 663- sand, like
take the title, but after Purdue 2411 for further information, if can run outside.
got done with them, MSU was desired. Fitzgerald says Michigan will
just another also-ran. have to play a fine game to beat
The Purdue spoiler role is even Bob Griese doing the quarter- Purdue.
more mystifying because they backing. Regardless of their fifth place
have never gone to the Rose Bowlacig
themselves. Instead, the Boiler- New Quarterback ranking in the polls, the Wolver-
makers take their delight in trying When Ron Di Gravio and his ines will be on guard for the
to keep opponents from making substitute, Gary Hogan, graduated' spoilers from Lafayette.
the trip. last spring the signal calling spot * * *
looked like it would become an
Fitzgerald Scouts loe Bet oulrbece an Prac'ice Notes
Michigan assistant football eyesore. But observes credit Griese The Wolverine offense worked
coach Dennis Fitzgerald, who has I of varsity competition. on sharpening its ground attack
scouted Purdue, explained their omwhile the defense concentrated on

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Mary G. Round, pictured at left
on her favorite mount, Fierceful,
hasn't won a Grid Pix Contest in
her seven years at the University.
As a zoo major, Mary has been
extremely accurate in contests in-
volving the Wolverines, Gophers,
, Razorbacks, Horned Frogs, Long-
horns; but has failed miserably in
games involving the Tarheels,
Boilermakers, Cyclones, Sundevils,
Elis and Quakers.
:: "I'ih just going " around in
circles," says Mary G. "because 72
per cent of all grid encounters
feature one'-animal and one non-
animal. It's extremely frustrat-
ing.
How about you? Would you like
' .ja couple of tickets to a good show
:* '. . . -'. °x >?instead of going to the carnival
- .;: . every weekend? Well, if you are
' 4, Islightly more adept than Mary G.,
you may win two tickets to the
. Michigan Theatre, now.presenting
"The New Interns" and become
eligible for the grand prize at the
end of the season.
Entries may be picked up at The
.Daily, 420 Maynard St. and the
. 4 " " :.: "weekly deadline is midnight Fri-
day. Each contestant can submit
MARY G. ROUND only one entry.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

TWO MEMBERS OF MICHIGAN'S defensive line, John Yantz (72) and Jeff Hoyne (88), close in
on Spartan halfback Clinton Jones (26), in last Saturday's game at East Lansing. The defensive line,
which limited the Spartans to 73 yards rushing, will share the field with Boilermakers of Purdue Sat-
urday, who boast their biggest defensive line in history,

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ability to pull the upset. "Some-
imes a team doesn't have the'
alent or breaks to go all the way,
o instead they point for one spe-
ific game that they try to win.
In the Big Ten any team can de-

In the Boilermakers' victory
against Ohio University, Griese'
scored both touchdowns and kick-
ed a 36-yard field goal and bothr
extra points. He also picked upt
150 yards through the air.,

BIG TEN ROUNDUP: I
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By BUD WILKINSON blocked, but they gained the point Meanwhile, back at Lafayette, l
back with a pass for two points Ind., Purdue halfback Gordonc
Missed extra points, fumbles, after their second tally. Then late Teter and fullback Randall Min-
and interceptions played vital in the fourth quarter after the iear were running Wisconsin intor
roles in last Saturday's Big Ten Hoosiers' third touchdown with the ground while Boilermakerc
football action. the score 21-20, the Hoosiers sophomore quarterback Bob Griesen
In one of the biggest surprises gambled and ran for two points (pronounced as in greasy kida
of the day, Ohio State completely but fell a yard short. stuff) passed over the Badgers
overpowered Illinois, 26-0. In an However, Indiana had one more heads to defeat them 28-7.
amazing departure from past per- chance to score. With four sec-! Teter rambled for 99 yards in
formance, OSU mentor Woody onds left and the ball on the Teterramsld sored9tYardsuin-~
Hayes abandoned his "three yardsHaey11arliqutrbc 20 carries and scored two touch-
Haye abadone hi "thee yrdsHawkeye 11 yard line, quarterback downs while Minicar smashed for
and a cloud of dust" offense and Rich Badar elected to pass far the dons. hieie ashed for n
overcame his mortal fear of the touchdown instead of trying a 81 yards. Griese passed for one
forward pass. field goal. The pass fell incom- touhdown and directed Purdue on
The Buckeyes mixed spread and plete as the gun went off, and to w
wing formations, made use of the Indiana had lost again. Purdue dominated the game in'
tackle eligible play-twice for cru- As Coach Jerry Burns of, Iowa all departments as the Badgers,
cial first downs, and passed for a met Indiana's Phil Dickens after ground game was completely in-a
total of 130 yards compared to 116 the game he remarked, "You're effectual. Quarterback H a r o1 de
gained on the ground. the unluckiest coach I ever saw." Brandt's passing attack was con-t
Ohio State scored on their first Northwestern also had trouble stantly hampered by the Boiler-X
play from scrimmage on a 23-yard with extra points as they missed maker men up front who pushed
run by quarterback Don Unver- three of them to lose to Minne- the Badger linemen around withr
ferth after John Fills intercepted sota, 21-18. the Illini to a total gain of onlyX
an Illini pass and returned it 481 One-Man Gang 140 yards and only permitted them
yards behind good blocking. Junior quarterback John Hank- to cross midfield only three timnes.,
The Buckeye defense continued inson was a one-man gang for the j -_ ---..-----I
to force Illini mistakes and later Gophers a 4s he connected on 10;
in the game a fumble and an in- passes for 184 yards and carried
terception led to two more Buck- the ball for two touchdowns. FOR WOMEN ONLY!
eye tallies. Northwestern's defensive team,
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Iowa's touchdowns resulted direct- game.
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Hoosier backfield.
After the Hoosiers' first touch- I I

preparing for Purdue's passing
game.
Halfback John Rowser, who has
not played in a game yet this year
due to leg injuries, twisted his in-
jured leg yesterday. The extent of
the reinjury has not been deter-
mined.

1. Purdue at MICHIGAN (score)
2. Michigan State at Indiana
3. Illinois at Minnesota
4. Miami (0) at Northwestern
5. Southern Calif. at Ohio State
6. Iowa at Wisconsin
7. Cincinnati at Boston College
8. Syracuse at Penn State
9. Colgate at Princeton
10. Georgia Tech vs. Auburn
(at Birmingham, Ala.)

11. North Carolina State at Duke
12. Alabama at Tennessee
13. Oklahoma at Kansas
14. Kansas State at Nebraska
15. UCLA at Notre Dame
16. Rice at Southern Methodist
17. Texas Christian at Texas A&M
18. Arkansas at Texas
19. Missouri at Air Force
20. Navy at California

'eat any other team, making the Fitzgerald
upset even more likely." passer who t
Fitzgerald added that upsets are j .
caused when a team underrates
their opponent.
Purdue has a 2-1 record and
ast week they easily downed Wis-
consin by a score of 28-7. Their
loss came at the hands of fourth
ranked Notre Dame, but Fitzgerald
cautioned that the final score was
not a real indication of Purdue's
ability.
"They had a field goal and a
punt blocked and fumbled the pass
on another punt," he pointed out.

calls him "an action
hrows his passes while

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SGC Constituent Assembly
THURSDAY, Oct. 15, 1964, 7:30 P.M.
Multipurpose Room, UGLI

"If it wasn't for four or five, bad
breaks, the game would have been
much closer."
Switch Defense
In Purdue's victory over Wis-
consin, Fitzgerald gives much of
the credit to a switch in the de-
fensive secondary. John Charles
and John Kuzniewski were shift-
ed from offense to defense, giving
the Boilermakers a "vastly im-
proved pass defense."
While the secondary has been
revamped, the defensive line ap-
pears solid. In fact its the biggest
in Purdue history. The man to
watch here is 230 pound tackle
Jerry Shay. Last year Shay was
named Purdue's top sophomore.;
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TOPIC:

SGC

& Student

Grievances:

What Can Be Done?
All Students are urged to attend

WINTERIZING
IMPORTS
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New York 1 1 0 2
Chicago 0 0 0 0
Jietroit 0 0 0 0
Detroit 0 0 0 0
Toronto 0 0 0 0
Boston 0 1 0 0
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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