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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUSDAY, OCTOER

9, 1962

TO SURPRISI

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MSU Keeps Practice Secret

Platoons Pay Dividends for Wolverines

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By The Associated Press

EAST LANSING-- Michigan
State apparently is working on a
secret weapon this week in prep-
aration for Saturday's traditional
football game with arch-rival
Michigan.
Coach Duffy Daugherty closed
the practice field to all but team
members.
"We're shutting out the world,"
said Daugherty. "We want to be
alone in our preparations."
Daugherty termed the Michigan
game the most important one on
the fall schedule. He said it also
could be the most important one
since he became head coach.
The Spartans defeated North
Carolina, 38-6, last weekend.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS - Four players
off Minnesota's first two units
were nursing injuries yesterday as
the Gophers began preparations
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for their Big Ten opener here Sat-
urday against explosive Northwest-
ern.
All-America tackle Bobby Bell
has a nasty cut on his hand, tackle
Milt Sunde a sprained knee, guard
Willie Costanza a bruised shoulder
and quarterback Paul Ramseth a
charley horse. However, all are ex-
pected to be ready for the Wildcat
invasion.
There were no lineup changes
following Saturday's 21-0 victory
over Navy.
* * *
E V A N S T O N- Northwestern
went through an intensive anti-
fumble drill yesterday.
Coach Ara Parseghian hopes to
correct loose ball handling that
has seen the Wildcats fumble 10
times in the first two games this
season.
Starting guard Jack Cvercko did
not take part in contact work be-
cause of a sprained right shoulder.
He will be ready for Minnesota
Saturday.
* * *
CHAMPAIGN-Bill Minor, who
started the season as a fullback
and was shifted to end two weeks
ago, was switched to right tackle
yesterday by Illinois Coach Pete
Elliott.
Minor, a sophomore from Chi-
cago, was one of four players who
were boosted to the No.' one unit.
The others were guard Archie Sut-
ton, end Lynn Stewart and half-
back Cecil Young.
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COLUMBUS-Ohio State's sur-
prised Buckeyes went through a
light workout yesterday as Coach
Woody Hayes began work to put'
a scoring punch back into his
squad.
Ohio State was stopped repeat-
edly near the goal line in its 9-7'
loss to UCLA Saturday. Earlier in
the day, Hayes commented at a
press luncheon:
"That's the-best game we ever,
played-and lost. Our own success-,
ful offense beat us, in a way. We

wore ourselves out going up and
down the field. Our big mistakes
were made by the backs, and since
I coach the backs I must take the
blame."
There were no indications of
any changes to come before the
Bucks journey to Illinois for their
Big Ten opener Saturday.
MADISON-Wisconsin's football
team ran through ashort loosen-
ing-up drill yesterday and then
went inside to see movies of its 30-
6 Big Ten victory over Indiana last
Saturday.
The Badgers came through the
contest in good physical shape with
only co-captain Steve Underwood
showing any battle marks. Under-
wood received a gash on his fore-
head but will be ready Saturday
when Wisconsin takes on Notre
Dame here in a non-conference
affair.
* * *
IOWA CITY-The Iowa Hawkeyes
started preparations yesterday for
Saturday's Big Ten football clash
at Indiana, with the availability
of quarterback Matt Szykowny still
in doubt.
Szykowny suffered a torn knee
ligament in Saturday's game with
Southern California. Coach Jerry
Burns said he hoped the quarter-
back will be out only a few days,
but said he is readying sopho-
more quarterbacks Bob Wallace
and Fred Riddle just in case.
In addition to Szykowny, four
other Hawkeyes were out with in-
juries yesterday. Fullback Bill
Perkins and halfback Monty Rog-
ers suffered bruised knees in Sat-
urday's game, halfback Pa u 1
Krause has a bruised back and
tackle George Latta suffered a
sprained ankle. Burns said he
hopes all four will be ready for
Saturday's game.
LAFAYETTE-The Purdue Boil-
ermakers worked out in sweat
clothes yesterday and began plan-
ning defenses for Saturday's home
opener against a versatile Miami
(Ohio) squad which is unbeaten.
The only major injury reported
after Purdue's 24-6 win over No-
tre Damie last Saturday was a se-
vere knee bruise suffered by Don
Brooks, starting left end. Sopho-
more Clarence Foster took over his
spot for yesterday's workout.
BLOOMINGTON - Coach Phil
Dickens yesterday set a practice
week concentrated on fundamen-
tals for his Indiana football squad,
which was whipped 30-6 by Wis-
consin Saturd'ay.
"We made too many critical er-
rors of a fundamental nature, not-
ably in covering kicks," Dickens
said. The coach said the Hoosiers
will have to do a better job against
Iowa hereSaturday "or we'll have
similar results."

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By STAN KUKLA
Michigan revealed a new look
in its football team last Saturday
as it rolled over the Army Cadets,
17-7.
The projected three - platoon
system became a reality then.
Coach Bump Elliott did not use
the platoons in the Nebraska loss
but decided that the week's extra
practice had helped his platoons
jell into working units. Satur-
day's game proved he was right.
The biggest surprise of the
game was the third unit, the
Raiders, a name first used by
Elliott four years ago when last
he went with three platoons.
Bright Yellow Badges
Assistant Coach Bob Hollway
came up with the idea of sewing
a bright yellow badge on the jer-
seys of the members of the Raid-
ers (the Army third platoon, the
Chinese Bandits, is identified by
a red Bandit patch which is sewn
onto each of its members' jerseys).
The Raiders' insignium is a
Wolverine. Hollway thought that
the patch would "help to perk the
boys up." It sure did.
Like the Bandits, the Raiders
are primarily a defensive unit.
However, they usurped a little of
the other two platoons' glory Sat-
urday by being on the field when
the Wolverines notched their sec-
ond touchdown.
The improvement of Saturday's
team over the team that fell to

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ON REBOUND-Both coaches called this third-quarter pass inter-
ception the key play in the Wolverines' 17-7 win over the Cadets.
In tufs picture Michigan's Jack Strobel (42) stretches for the ball
tipped up by teammate Dave Glinka (behind Strobel).

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TOO LATE-Here, moments later, Strobel is brought down for a touchback in the end zone byA
my's Carl Stichweh (44), for *whom the pass was intended. Glinka (24) looks on. Army had driven
yds. to the Michigan six, fith the score only 10-0, but the work of Glinka and Strobel killed4
the Cadets' first big threat of the game. Stichweh later returned a punt 73 yds. for Army's only toe
down.

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Nebraskathe weekend before was
more than minor. The vaunted
Black Knight attack was stopped
cold as it gained only 36 yds. in
the air and added just 92 more
on the ground.
"I couldn't even begin to say
how improved we were," Elliott
said. "I do know we grew up
mentally in this game. We're not
kids anymore."'
The quarterbacking position still
remained undecided in the Wol-
verine camp as all four again
had the chance to display their
talents against Army,
Chandler Hits
Bob Chandler was in for only
one play but he completed a pass
to Jim Conley for 10 yds. Dave
Glinka ran the No. One unit and
completed three out of five for 18
yds. Bob Timberlake, who quar-
terbacks the Raiders when they
have the ball on offense, and
Frosty Evashevski alternate- at
that slot on the second unit.
Evashevski completed one of three
and Timberlake was one for one.
The Wolverines moved the ball
best on the ground. They spiked
up the turf for a total of 276
yds. Dave Raimey (who else?) led
the earth-eaters with 89 yds. and
anaverage of 4.2 yds. per carry.
Also revealed in the game was
a new "toe" -- Timberlake. He's
now three for three in the point-
after-touchdown game and also
has a field goal to his credit.
Practice Notes
Everything is pointing to THE
game next Saturday against Mich-
igan State..
Yesterday the players watched
films of the Spartan's 38-6 romp
over the North Carolina Tar Heels.
They also listened to the scouting
reports.
The only changes Elliott envi-
sions are the inclusion of sopho-
more fullback Mel Anthony, who
saw some action against Army,
and senior halfbackEd Hood in
the attack next Saturday. Both
were- out with injuries.
The squad then retired to the
practice field where they worked
out lightly in the steady drizzle.
Coruhuskers
Have Worries
LINCOLN, Neb.(P)-"The train-
ers now have about the same size
squad as we have on the field,"
Nebraska football Coach Bob De-
vaney quipped yesterday.
Devaney was bemoaning his
heavy injury list which includes
not- only Bill (Thunder) Thorn-
ton, top Husker fullback who has
a sprained ankle, but also guard
Gary Toogood, halfbacks Dave
Theisen and Dennis Steuwe and
co-captain D w a i n Carlson, a
guard, all members of top Husker
units.
Nebraska handed the Wolver-
ines their opening-game defeat,
25-13, and is beginning to answer
the non-believers. The Huskers'
win over Iowa State Saturday
gave them a 3-0 season record.

JACK STROBEL
... key interception
Mollenkopf
Gives Credit
To i Ten
CHICAGO JP)-The Big Ten,
with a mediocre 10-5-2 record
against non-conference foes so far
this season, will wind up with two
or three teams among football's
top ten, Purdue Coach Jack Mol-
lenkopf predicted yesterday.
"And in the Rose Bowl, the Big
Ten representative will give a good
account of itself," added Mollen-
kopf, speaking at Chicago's Ameri-
can Quarterback Club.
OSU Dumped
Four Big Ten defeats and one
tie have been against teams of
the West Coast Big Six. Purdue
and Washington played a 7-7 tie.
Washington defeated I11inois,
Stanford downed Michigan State,
and last week USC trimmed Iowa
and UCLA upset the nation's No.
one-ranked team, Ohio State.
"Coach Woody Hayes took his
Ohio State boys out to the Coast
as early as Wednesday last week,"
Mollenkopf said. "I hear they went
to Disneyland on Thursday and
toured Hollywood on Friday. On
Saturday they couldn't get the job
done against UCLA.
II Duce
"They tell me that Woody was
plenty mad after the game and
looked just like Mussolini. Ohio
State will bounce back this week.
I know what poor Pete (Pete El-
liott of Illinois) is in for.
"We are fortunate to come out
with a tie at Washington, which
has as much speed as you'll find
in the country.
"But Saturday after Saturday,
you see the finest football played
in the Big Ten and when the sea-
son is all over the conference will
have two or three teams in the top
l0.

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