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PAGE FOUR

THE MICIGAN DAILY

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aUJXLrnX, LEUEMBER 6~~ , 1964

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Six Assistant Football Coaches Work Together in Teau

i Effort

By SCOTT BLECH
Michigan had just smashed
Ohio State, 10-0, and its jubilant
head coach Bump Elliott praised
his assistant coaches for their fine
wI work all season.
A Big Ten championship is not
won by the work of one man.-It is
a combined effort of players and
a coaching staff which must
scout opposing teams and guide
the team against the adversaries'
K&specialized patterns of action.
<a 'h a;k< One of the guiding spirits of
the Wolverines is Tony Mason,
offensive line coach.
Mason came to Michigan last
spring after being one of Ohio's
} foremost high school football
coaches during the past decade.
At Niles McKinley High School,
Mason coached his teams to a
47-game winning streak over a
six-year period. He coached sev-
eral of the players appearing in
this year's Michigan-Ohio State
title clash.
TONY MASON BOB HOLLWAY DENNIS FITZGERALD Since High School
Offensive Line Defensive Line Freshmen Defensive backs Dick Rindfuss
and Ric Sgrad offensv
__________ ____ _______________________________ tackle Charlie Kines starred for
Mason during their prep years.
Ohio State's talented halfback Bo
pecil fts for Special PeopleRein is also a Mason product.
At Michigan, Mason has pro-
duced the offensive line that led
Christmas is a Time of Giving the way for a rushing attack
which has paced the nation for
Love is a Special Way of Feeling most of the season.
A Friend is Someone Who Likes You Most football prognosticators
rssaid that the Wolverines could not
Spin isaNwBeinn produce an adequate offensive
Spring is a New Beginning line without the services of grad-
Childhood is a Time of Innocence uated Big Ten stars Joe O'Don-
nell and Tom Keating. Center
A Pocketful of Proverbs Brian Patchen and guard John
Marcum were the only linemen
--by Jane Walsh Anglund . . . 1.95 each that had much experience.
Mason overcame 'the odds and
has developed a line which has
SLT E R 'S"gotten the job done." He has.
praised the men for their "burn-
__ ing desire" and ability to adjust
to changing defenses.
O )sy> o oso ao o o o o o o TAdds Zest
SThenative of Sharon, Pa.; has
also added a great deal of spirit
to the Michigan team. He can us-
ually be found leading pep talks
during practice as he watches play
with a big wad of chewing tobacco
r<' y Lin his mouth.
w\ r ,';4 °O In the last part of the Ohio
State game, Mason gave Buckeye
coach Woody Hayes some compe-
tition when he too discarded his
jacket in the frigid temperatures.1
Bf b Defensive Leaders
V Bob Holway has coached the'
rvMichigan defensive line and co-
ordinateddefensive play with de-l
fensive back coach Don Dufek.
Hollway, who is in his tenth
season of coaching at Michigan,,
u i played on the Wolverines' 1948
ORose Bowl championship squad.
He was end on the 194' team thatt
featured Bump Elliott and Illinit
!coach Pete Elliott in the back-
field. Hollway was a defensive
stalwart on the outfit that cap-1
tured the 1948 national and con--
_gift-wrap her in OOmphiesd Say Merry Christmas with a c ference crowns and finished his
fashion gift. Say it with Oomphies. Oomphies for work. For play, collegiate careerontthe 1949 team
fthat tied Ohio State for the Big
For evening. For day. Covered up and cozy. Or bare and beautiful. Nine title.
There are so many ways to express your feelings so beautifully ( Before coming to Michigan as
From our collection of Oomphies-to give and to keep a coach, Hollway saw action as
Coor: - 99 ; coach at the Universities of Maine
BONE BLUE BLACK O and Eastern Michigan. In his last
two seasons here, Hollway has
coached Tom Keating who was
a 1963 All-Big Ten selection and
CAMPUs SHOP standout in the College All-Stars
game.
619E. LlB6ERTY 562-0266 This season, juniors Bill Yearby
hi and Tom Cecchini have received
->OO0 <-O<-<-> O- <--> < < <- - <--<--O00-- l considerable recognition - Yearby
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as an All-American and Cecchini
as an All-Big Ten linebacker.
Lineman Arnie Simkus was picked
by the Cleveland Browns on the
sixth round of the National Foot-
ball League draft.
Sophomore Coach
Dufek is in his second season as
defensive backfield coach and is
remembered by West Coast fans
for his two touchdowns in the
1951 Rose Bowl. The two smash-
ing drives paced Michigan to a
14-7 victory over California.
The former Wolverine star does
much of Michigan's scouting, and
this season had the task of find-
ing replacements for injured backs
John Rowser and Jack Clancy.
The two started in the defensive
secondary with Dick Rindfuss in
1963. Dufek found his starters in.
sophomores Rick Volk and Sygar.
Volk has since been named to the
Chicago Daily News All-Midwest
team. The defensive backfield has
contained such star passers as
Iowa's Gary Snook and North-
western's Tom Myers.
Heads East
Jocko Nelson came to Ann Ar-
bor from the University of Colo-
rado in 1959. He became the Wol-
verine end coach the same year*
that Elliott became head mentor.
Nelson, who shares much of the
scouting work with Dufek, was an I
assistant coach at Colorado for
two years. Before that time, Nel-
son coached at Utah State and in
Minnesota prep ball. The Wolver-
ine coach has had a surplus of
ends this year with John Hender-
son, Bill Laskey, Jim Conley, and
Craig Kirby all having seen ex-
tensive action last season.
The coach that did not have an
overabundance of experienced
personnel is Hank Fonde who
guides the offensive backs. Fonde
did have Bob Timberlake and Mel
Anthony back from last season.
The key to his success has been
in the sophomore crop. From the!
neighboring state of Ohio came
Jim Detwiler anc Carl Ward to
complete a backfield that has
terrorized the Big Ten.
Home Grown
Fonde earned football letters at
Michigan in 1945-46-47. He shared
the right halfback spot with El-
liott his last two years here and
returned as an assistant coach in
1959, the year Elliott became head
coach. Previous to his coaching at
Michigan, Fonde guided Ann Ar-
bot's University and Public High
School teams. In ten years at Ann
Arbor High, Fonde's teams won
nine league titles and had four
perfect seasons.
The man that has the task of
orientating freshman athletes in
Michigan's style of play is former
Wolverine halfback and wrestler,
Dennis Fitzgerald.
Fitzgerald b e ca m e freshman
coach last fall when Dufek moved
up to his varsity position. The
freshman mentor was a halfback
in 1959-60 and also captured two
Big Ten wrestling titles
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JOCKO NELSON HANK FONDE
Ends Offensive Backfield

DON DUFEK
Defensive Backfield

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