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Mollenkopf May

Junk Three-Team System

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following
acticle was written especially for
The Michigan Daily by Steve Egger,
sports editor of the Purdue Ex-
ponent.)
By STEVE EGGER
Sports Editor, Purdue Exponent
LAFAYETTE-It is extremely
difficult to preview a game fol-
lowing a contest such as Purdue
played with Miami (0.) last week-
end. With chances extremely high
that Boilermaker coach Jack Mol-
lenkopf will junk his three-team
system and revert back to the al-
ternate unit system making num-
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process, this preview may seem a
little sketchy to the Michigan fans
for whom this column is being
written.
The three-team system installed
by Mollenkopf this year was very
similar to that started by Paul
Dietzel when he coached at Loui-
siana State. This system achieved
limited success in the first two
games ({Washington and Notre
Dame) with the three units being
known as the "Gold" (two-way
team), the "Raiders" (offensive
specialists), and the "Rippers"
(defensive specialists).
Numerous Misplays
However, a rash of injuries and
a lack of continuity in the offen-
sive attack resulting in numerous
misplays against Miami's Red-
skins is almost certain to see two
teams capable of playing both
ways readied for Saturday's en-
counter with the Wolverines.
The end position has been hit
the hardest by injuries. Co-
captain Forest Farmer suffered a
fractured thumb against Miami
and will be out for three weeks.
Farmer had previously started
every game in his varsity career.
Knee injuries have also made part-
time players out of Don Brooks
and Clarence Foster.
Greiner To Start
Senior John Greiner will un-
doubtedly move into the spot va-
cated by Farmer with Brooks
scheduled for the other starting
spot. Foster and converted full-
back Dave Ellison may hold down
the end slots on the alternate unit.
Other possible candidates for these
positions are senior John Wilson
and sophomores Sam Longmire

Brumm is the leading tackle on
the Rivet team. Light by Big Ten
standards at 218-pounds Brumm is
one of few Hoosiers seeing action
wit hthe top two teams. 249-
pound Ron Richnafsky has been
the other starting tackle for Pur-
due in the first three games; how-

AT LEFT HALF:
StrobelI Earns Post
In First Backfield

ever, sophomore Jim Garcia may
take Richnafsky's place on the
number one unit.
Gap at Guard
The graduation of Stan Sczurek
and Tom Krysinski left a big gap
in the guard corps. Juniors Wally
Florence and Bob Lake have done

an admirable job with the first
unit while sophomores George
Pappas, Lou DeFillipo, Bill Ho-
ward, and Jim Valesano and junior
letter man Tom Kotoske will pro-
vide support at this position.
Co-captain Don Paltani, a
steady performer who came into
hi own in the Michigan game last
year, is the starting center. Junior
Pete Dudgeon will in all proba-
bility be the center on the second
unit although sophomore Ed Flan-
agan may see a lot of action.
Juniors Ron DiGravio and Gary
Hogan have split the quarter-
backing duties this fall with Di-
Gravio perhaps having the edge.
They had a very frustrating day
Saturday in their passing efforts
as receivers dropped nine passes
that should have been caught.
Senior Ron Meyer will play de-
fense for both Hogan and Di-'
Gravio.
Many Halfbacks
There are numerous lettermen
and topflight sophomores avail-
able for halfback duty. Mollen-
kopf has tried many combinations

and had apparently come up with
a top-flight pair in sophomore
Charley King and junior Terry
Marcoline.
Three Fullbacks
The Boilermakers have three
top-flight fullbacks in Roy Walk-
er, Tom Yakubowski, and Gene
Donaldson. Walker has been the
leading ground-gainer this year
but his action has been limited en-
tirely to offense. For this reason
Yakubowski or Donaldson may be
switched to the first unit unless
Mollenkopf chooses to replace
Walker on defense with letterman
Bob Plaskon,
This is a brief picture of a
rather embarrassed Purdue Uni-
versity football team which will
take the field against Michigan
Saturday afternoon at West La-
fayette. Whether Mollenkopf can
succeed in rebuilding the morale
and confidence of the Boiler-
makers may be determined in the
early minutes of the game as Pur-
due opens its Big Ten football
season for 1962.

By MIKE BLOCK
It's been three years in the
making ,but Jack Strobel has fin-
ally come into his own in the
Michigan backfield.
For Strobel, in his sophomore
and junior years, played under-
study to Bennie McRae, one of
the more spectacular Wolverine
backs in recent memory. But with
the departure of McRae, head
coach Bump Elliott has elevated
him to the starting left halfback
slot.
Tomorrow against Purdue, Stro-
bel will accompany Bob Timber-
lake, Dave Raimey, and Wayne
Sparkman in the backfield sector
of the first team.
In for Bennie
Last year, Wolverine followers
became accustomed to seeing Stro-
bel replace McRae every time the
team went on the defense. Not
that it disturbed them very much
-as a safety, Strobel was the top
man in the defensive backfield,

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breaking up pass plays and bring-
ing down runners with reckless
abandon.
Besides operating in McRae's
shadow, Strobel has also had to
overcome the obstacle of his small
sibe. The 21-year old senior from
Chicago is just 5'9", 175 lb., but
he acts as though he weren't
aware of the fact. When asked
what he does as a ballcarrier when
the line doesn't open up a hole for
him, he shrugged, "I just put my
head down and dive in." And it's
rather difficult for the defensive
linemen to believe he isn't a 200-
pounder.
That Knee Again
Knee injuries have plagued
Strobel ever since last year's Iowa
game. Although he missed the re-
mainder of the 1961 season and'
all of spring practice this year,
he had recovered enough to play
full capacity this fall. As luck
would have it, he twisted the knee
again this past Saturday against
Michigan State, but fortunately,
he's rested it enough this week to
be able to start tomorrow.
So far, Strobel's main offensive
function has been to serve as a
blocker for Raimey, which, again,
is quite an assignment consider-
ing his size. In plays where he's
the ball-carrier, he's generally sent
on a trap inside tackle, or else
on a slant between tackle and end.
Strobel, incidentally, termed
Raimey one of the best runners
he's seen. "He combines speed
with great power, making him very
hard to bring down," said Strobel,
'and he's terrific at making a hole
when there isn't any already there
for him."
Three-Sport Man
Strobel lettered in football,
baseball, and basketball at Fen-
wick High School in Maywood,
Ill., and was selected all-city and
all-state in football, and all-city
in baseball. When he came to Ann
Arbor, he concentrated on foot-
ball, and in the meantime won the
John Maulbetsch Scholarship for-
his scholastic and leadership abil-
ities.
While in Ann Arbor the temper-
ature generally jumps up to 70 or
80 degrees for a football game,2
Strobel considers himself .a cool
weather man. "In warm weather,
you can loosen up and reach your'
peak faster," he noted, "but you're
also tired out a lot earlier in the
game. When it's cool, though, you
last a lot longer, and you have to
play that much harder in order
to keep warm."
Where Michigan gridiron glory
is concerned, it's this year or not
at all for Strobel. Evidently, El-
liott, at least, thinks this is the
year, and is showing this confi-
dence by assigning him that long-
coveted opening berth.

GRID SE LECTIO
It's flip a coin week in the Michigan Daily grid picks contest.
There isn't anyone on the Daily sports staff that agrees even re-
motely on who's going to win in this week's 20 tough ones. If you're
lucky at coi nflipping, or have got some secret system, bring or mail
your entry to The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, by midnight tonight.
No fair cheating-one entry per person, please.
The winner will receive two free tickets to the Michigan Theatre,
now showing the "Lady and the Tramp" and a free subscription to
The Football News, a weekly gridiron paper.
This week's guest selector is Russell Berg, who leads the Football
News staff of grid exterts, and woud lead the Daily staff by one
game if he had been a season long entrant.
CONSENSUS PICKS IN CAPS (Consensus-58-22-.725)

1. Michigan at PURDUE
2. Northwestern at OHIO
STATE
3. It'ICHIGAN STATE at Notre
Darne
4. Illinois at MINNESOTA
5. Iowa at WISCONSIN
6. INDIANA at Washington
State.
7. Navy at BOSTON COLLEGE
8. Harvard at COLUMBIA
9. HOLY CROSS at Dartmouth
10. Syracuse at PENN STATE

11. UCLA at Pittsburgh
12. GEORGIA TECH at Auburn
13. DUKE at Clemson
14. FLORIDA STATE at Georgia
15. Mississippi State at
HOUSTON
16. SOUTH CAROLINA at
North Carolina
17. OKLAHOMA at Kansas
18. Arkansas at TEXAS
19. NEW MEXICO at Utah
20. WASHINGTON at Stanford

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STAFF SELECTIONS
STAN KULKLA (57-23-.713)-Pur, OSU, MSU, MINN, Wis, Ind, BC, Col, SC
Penn St, UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Ga, Hou, SC, Okla, Tex, Utah, Wash.
DAVE ANDREWS (Associate Sports Editor-56-24-.700)-Pur, OSU, Minn,
Wis, Ind, Navy, Har, Dart, Penn St, UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, Miss St,
SC, Kan, Ark, Utah Wash.
PETE DiLORENZI (56-24-.700)-Pur OSU, MSU, Minn, Wis, Ind, BC, Col,
Dart, Penn St, Pitts, Ga Tech, Duke, Ga, Hou, NC, Okla, Ark, New Mex, Wash.
MIKE BLOCK (55-25-.688)-Mich, OSU, MSU, Minn, Wis, Ind, BC, Col,
Dart, Penn St UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, Hou, SC, Ken, Tex, New Mex, Wash.
JIM BERGER (54-26-675)-Pur; OSU, MSU, Minn, Wis, Ind, BC, Har,
Dart, Penn St, Pitt, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, Hou, NC, Okla, Tex, New Mex, Wash.
BOB ZWINCK (54.26-.675)-Pur, OSU, MSU, Minn, Wis, Wash St, Navy,
001, HC, Penn St, UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Ga, Miss St, SC, Kan, Tex, New
Mex, Wash,
DAVE GOOD (53-27-.663)-Pur, OSU, MSU, Minn, Wis, Ind, BC, Cal, HC,
Penn St, UCLA, Ge Tech Duke, Fla St, Miss St, SC, Okla, Ark, Utah, Wash.
JERRY KALISH (53-27-.663)-Mich, OSU, MSU, Minn, Wis, Wash St, BC, Cal,
HC, Penn St, UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, Hou, NC, Kan, Ark, Utah, Wash.
TOM WEBBER (Sports Editor-51-29-.638)-Pur, OSU, MSU, Minn, Wis,
Ind, Navy, Har, Dart, Penn St, Pitt, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, Miss St, SC, Kan,
Ark,' New Mex, Wash.
JOHN SCOCHIN (51-29-.638)-Mich, NU, MSU, Minn, Wis, Ind, BC, Har,
HC, Penn St, UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, Miss St, SC, Okla, Tex, New┬░Mex,
Wash.
JAN WINKELMAN (Associate Sports Editor-50-30-.625)-Pur, OSU, MSU,
Minn, Iowa, Ind, Navy, Har, HC, Penn St, UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, NC,
Okla, Tex, New Mex, Wash.
RUSSELL BERG (Guest Selector--48-32.-600)-Pur, NU, MSU, Minn, Wis,
Ind, BC, Har, Dart, Penn St, UCLA, Ga Tech, Duke, Fla St, Miss St, SC, Okla,
Tex, New Mex, Wash.

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