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VOL. I, No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICH., OCTOBER 6, 1962 TEN CENTS

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SPLIT ACTION-With about half of both teams occupied either in carrying out or halting a neat bit of deception by Nebraska quarterback Dennis Claridge, Michigan's
Bob Timberlake (28) looks like the best bet to bring down the real ballcarrier, Dennis Stuewe (34). Leading the interference, in fact, providing the only interference
for Stuewe is tackle Lloyd Voss (71), whose job it is to keep John Minko (62), Harvey Chapman (46) and an unidentified Wolverine off Stuewe. John Marcunm (61) has
recovered from the fake and is trailing the play.
Highight ofSeasn 'sOpeer

IThe Black Knights

The LINEUP S

Army
McMillan
Hawkins
Schillo
Grasfeder
Ryan
Sarn
Ellerson
Blackgrove
Walrop
Paske
Stanley

Pos.
LE
LT
LG
C
RG _
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB

Michigan
Brown
Keating
Minko
Muir
Kurtz
O'Donnell
Laskey
Glinka
Strobel
Raimey
Sparkman

D ietzel's Ban
To Cadet Uni
Wolverines Seeking
IOpening Loss Dims
By TOM WEBBE.
i Sports Editor
it will be an old Army team with some
(encounters on the gridiron today.
Basically the Cadets have the same pe
Michigan 38-8 last year. The differencei
Dietzel, and oh my what a coach. Dietzel
every coach dreams of doing--he has w
cadet corps into an excited frenzy. This fr(
team into a team capable of beating anybo

Army facts
Nickname - Cadets. B 1 a c k~
Knights
Enrollment-2 ,536
Homne-West Point, N.Y.,
Stadium--Miche, 29,425
Colors-Black, Gold, Gray,

JOHN SEYMOUR
...go team LH

C AUGHT-iVchi gan's Dave Raimey finds him-
self stopped cold by the powerful arm of Ne-
braska's Willie Paschall (33) around his waist.

THE YELLOW AND BLUE TAKES THlE FIELD-Led by John
Minko (62), Michigan's Wolverines take the field to open the 1962
football season against the Cornhuskers of Nebraska.
Yellow anc0I*,d Blue
Sing to the colors that float in the light ;
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blue!
Yellow the stars as they ride thro' the night,
And reel in a rollicking crew;
Yellow, the fields where ripens the grain,
And Yellow the. moons on the harvest wain;
Da il! fHail to the colors that float in the light;
Hurrah for the Yellow and Blare!
Blue are the billows that bow to the sun.
When Yellow robed morninug is due;
Blue are the curtains the ev 'ning has spun,
The slumbers of Phoebus to woo;
Blure are t he blossoms to memory dlear,
And blue is the sap ph ire and gleams like a tear:
Hlail! Hlail to the ribbons that nature has spun;

OVER THE TOP-Nebraska left halfback Dave
Theisen attempts to climb over a mountain of
Wolverines and Cornhuskers. Michigan's John
Minko (62) leads the defense.

RAY PASKE
..starting fullback

Coaching Staff--George 'Ieiiy, Chinese Bandits, are not that good, They
Bill Shalosky, Larry Jones, Bill%
Doolittle. Chuck Klausing, Jim; a third string. And yet when they ste~p
Valek. tinguishing socks and shoulder insig~nia:
JIM SARN Units-Regulars, Go, Chinese';red coolie hats, they turn into defensive d
...starting tackle Bandits.! As much as Army has enthusiasm,
'easily
Nebras
"up" f(
ARMY b1U
go wit:
12-Lewis, Arthur, ...... QB 6-1 195 Sr. 53-Buttereld, R. Ron .. . LO 6-1 205 So.{ wants
16-Blackgrove, Joe: . .. . QB 5-11 170 Sr. 55-Scott, Alan". ..... C 6-2 205 Sr. sonne
18-Beierschmitt, Jim QB 6-0 190 Jr. 56-Grasfeder, Lee .... C 6-1 203 Jr. Ition la
19-Eckert, Dick ........ QB 6-0 180 Sr. 60-Ryan, Martin.. ...... RG 6-2 215 Jr. Dave Ii
20-Stanley, Paul,,.. RH 6-0 196 Sr. 61-Kempinski, Chet' ... . LG 6-2 218 Jr. player
22-Johnson, John .... RH 5-11 194 So. 64-Vaughan, Curry ..... RG 6-0 205 Sr. a defe
25-Sipos, Bill . QB 6-1 177 Sr. 65-LaRochelle, Dave .... LG 6-2 209 So. sound
30-Cunningham, Tom .. FB 5-11 200 Jr. 70-Sara, James"'.. ... RT 6-3 225 Sr. spark
31-Parcells, Don ...... RH 6-1 200 So. 71-Kerns, Tom' . ,..... RT 6-3 214 Jr. have.
32-Terry, John.......... FB 5-10 185 So. 73-Heim, Bruce'. ..... LT 6-4 228 Sr.C
33-Wright, Bob ......... FB 6-0 215 Jr. 75-Sherrell, Bill . ..... LT 6-5 217 So. This
36- -Heydt, Dick'.......... K 5-11 192 Jr. 76-Zadel, Bill ........... RT 6-4 217 So. igan.
37-Paske, Raymond .... FB 5-11 207 Jr. 77-Hawkins, Bill"' ..... LT 6.-3 220 Sr. Bckbi
38-Pappas, George' . . ... FB 6-0 200 Sr. 80-McMillan, Harry,", .... LE 6-1 195 Jr.iclgi
40-Peterson, Dick' .... RH 6-0 215 Jr. 81-Clark, Bill .......... . LE 5-11 180 Sr get set
42-Waldrop, Ken . LH 6-2 200 Jr. 82-Bedell, Bob .......... LE 6-0 180 So. F compel
43-Seymour, John .... LH 6-1 204 So. 83-Chescavage, Bill RE 6-2 195 Jr. settlec
44-Stichweh, Carl ..... LH 6-0 180 So. 84-Koster, James .... LE 6-0 190 Jr. Last sl
50-Nowak, Dick*.... C 6-0 215 Jr. 87-Ellerson, John"t (C). RE 6-0 200 Sr. as No.
52-Miller, Mike" C 6-2 208 Sr. 89-Woodbury, Kent .. ... RE 6-2 193 So. dimme
Elliott
-Lettermen. his qu,,
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reason
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12-Hood, Ed .. LH 5-9 175 Sr. 62--Minko, John' .. LG 6-1 220 Sr. and tl
15-MiHeve, Torn ..... RH 6-0 160 So. 63-Kurtz, Dave* ... RG 6-0 208 Jr.
16-Kowalik, John ..... RH 5-10 185 Sr. 64-Szymanski, Dick," . RG 5-10 185 Sr.! It's'
17-Rindfuss, Dick.. . RH 6-1 188 So. 65-Hahn, Dick . ..... LG 6-0 205 So. youinh
19-Raimey, Dave"' .... RH 5-10 195 Sr. 66-Nolan, Del- ...... RG 5-11 210 Jr. !Black
20-Chandler, Bob'. ...... QB 6-3 210 Jr. 67---Baty, Don ....... LG 6-2 215 Jr. deman
21-Pritchard, Tome .. LH 5-10 180 Jr. 68--Collins, Chuck ..... LG 6-1 215 Jr. Army
23-Bay, Richard .., QB 5-10 175 So. 69--O'Donnell, Joe* ... RT 6-2 220 Sr. illegal
24-Glinka, Dave"... QB 6-0 200 Sr. 70-Simkus, Arnold .... RT 6-4 225 So. In' sl
25-Alix, Denis ....... QB 6-0 175 Jr. 71-Frontczak, John . RT 6-3 235 So. mus'tt
26--Evashevski, Forest QB 6-0 185 So. 73-Schram, Dick ..... RT 6-1 230 Sr.: or it's
28-Timberlake, Bob ... QB 6-3 202 So. 75-Striegel, Dan ... RT 6-4 235 Jr.
29-Buurma,- Roger . QB 6-2 205 So. 76-Lauterbach, Ron RT 6-3 240 Sr.
33--Sparkman, Wayne FB 5-11 187 Jr. 77-Butler, Dave .. ,. ,.. LG 6-1 225 So.
36-Schmitt, Roger , . FB 5-11 195 Jr. 78--Piotrowski, Larry,.. LT 6-4 215 Jr.
37-Anthony, Mel . .... FB 5-11 195 So. 79-Keating, Tom"'. LT 6-3 225 Jr. I 19!
38-Dodd, Bill ....... FB. 5-11 185 Jr. 80--Farabee, Ben ...... LE 6-2 202 So. Oct.
41-Jones, Dennis ...... LH 6-2 190 So. 81-Yanz, John ..... , RE 6-2 208 Jr., Oct.
42-Strobel, Jack*... LH 5-9 175 Sr. 82-Conley, Jim ..... LE 6-3 197 So., Oct.
44--Vucolo, Mike ..... FB 5-10 193 Jr. 83-Laskey, Bill .. RE 6-1 200 So., Oct.
45-Ward, Jim* .. . RE 6-1 195 Sr. 84-Morawa, Larry ... LE 6-3 200 Jr'.I Nov.
46-Chapman, Harvey'. LH 5-11 175 Jr. 85-Lambert, Fred....... RE 6-3 215 So. Nov.
48--Kornowa, Don .. ,... LH 6-1 195 Jr. 86-Brown, Bob't ...... LE 6-5 220 Sr.' Nov.
49-Wickstrom, Gregg . LG 5-11 210 So. 88--Kocan, Ron .... RE 5-11 200 Sr.
50--Kovacevich, Dave LG 5-10 212 Jr. 89--Tageson, Bill . . ... LE 6-3 200 Jr. Dec.
51-Patchen, Brian ..... C 5-11 210 So. 90-Ginger, George ..... LE 6-3 204 Sr.,
53-Paoletti, Maurice .... LG 5-10 215 So. 91-Franzen, Raymond. . LT 6-0 220 So. 13 N~
54-Pasch, John......C 6-2 210 So. 92-McAleer, Pat ... RE 6-4 215 So.I Oct.
55-Green, Jim ..... C 6-1 210 So. 93-Mayer, Dick ....... LE 6-2 190 So. Oct.
56-Seamon, Dave ... ,..... C 6-3 220 So. 94-Mader, Gerald . LT 6-3 228 So. Oct.
57--Houtman, John .... LT 6-4 229 Sr. 95--McLeese, Ron . RT 6-4 240 So. Ot
58-Muir, Bill............. C 6-0 210 Jr. 96-Gallagher, Jim LT 6-4 220 Jr. NoV.
59-Blanchard, Don....... C 6-3 235 Jr. 97-Frontczak, Nick . RG 5-10 210 So. Nov.
60-Pavloff, Louis.. RG 6-0 210 Sr. 99-Woodward, Paul . ... RT 6-2 220 Jr. Nov.
1---Marcum, John ... RG 6-0 205 Jr. -~:Lettermen. Nov.

CRUNCHIl-Bob Timberlake (28) and Jack Stro-
bel (42) forget about form-tackling and go
about bringinl'-'Cornhusker fullback Thunder
Thornton (30) to earth by the best means
available.

flurrah f or the Yellow and

Blue!t PAYDIRT -- Sophomore right halfback Dick
Rindfuss bursts into the clear for a Michigan
and Ed Langs touchdown, signaled by the referee's up~tretched

Photos by

Bruce Taylor

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LEE GRASFEDER
..regular center

TARGET SPOTTED-Jack Strobel (42) draws a bead on Nebraska defender IN THE AIR-Michigan quarterback Dave Glinka (24) gets off a pass to the left
Doug Tucker (12) hoping to spring fullback Wayne Sparkman (33) into the open flat over the grasping arms of Nebraska defenders, Ron Michka (54) and Dick
for a-long gain. In pursuit of Sparkman are Monte Kiffin (77) and Gary Too- Callahan (80). John Minko (62) puts up good protection for Glinka, blocking out
good (67), Nebraska's Lloyd Voss (71). In the foreground is Wolverine Captain Bob Brown

MARTY RYAN
rugged right guard

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