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Seniors End Collegiate Careers Against Ohio


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One of the few things Bump
Elliott has to give thanks for this
Thanksgiving is that he won't be
losing many seniors from this
year's grid squad.-
In fact, only three of this year's
starters will be missing from the
1963 version of the Wolverines,
and just 11 from the entire squad.
Also, one of the starters, Dave
Glinka, was injured badly enough
early in the year to keep him out
of action for the remainder of the
Sad Farewell
Michigan fans can't get too ex-
cited over the small number of
graduating seniors, however, be-
cause one of them happens to be
right halfback Dave Raimey. All
Raimey has done in his college
career is lead the team in scoring
for three straight years, and in
rushing yardage for the last two,
finishing second in this depart-
ment to Bennie McRae in 1960.
Boston 113, Chicago 106
New York 103, St. Louis 95
Montreal 4, Fort Wayne 1 (exh)

Although he ran well this year,
Raimey's effectiveness was ham-
pered by a season-long shoulder
injury. This proved to be a double
detriment to the Dayton, Ohio,
speedster, as he was prevented
both from bending over and
charging into the line as hard as
he wanted, and from going up
in the air to capture passes. In
order to increase his potential,
Eliott played him only on offense,
figuring that the injury would
decrease his ability to stay with
the receiver if he played defense.
Consistent Guard
Also playing his last varsity
game in this weekend's tilt with
Ohio State is starting left guard
John Minko. After playing out
his first two years as a second-
and third-stringer, Minko was
given his chance on opening day
this past September, and has kept
his job ever since, a rare feat for
a Michigan gridder lately. Minko,
a 6'1", 220-pounder from Con-
nellsville, Pa., played effectively

both ways, and his departure will
leave a large gap in the Michigan
forward wall.
Captain-left end Bob Brown was
a solid starter at the beginning of
the 1962 campaign, and remained
so until he was injured in the
Minnesota battle. Standing out
primarily on defense, the 6'3",
220-lb. team leader was a constant
threat to opposing backs until he
was forced from action by a badly
twisted ankle. He was able to re-
turn to limited action against
Illinois and Iowa, but he hasn't{
improved enough so far to win1
back his starting berth.
Can't Make Ends Meet
As if t.he loss of Brown wasn't;
sufficient to upset Elliott, two
more ends will be missing from;
next year's aggregation. Jim Ward
and Ron Kocan have shared right
end duties at various times during
the 1962 season, and their leaving
will present the Wolverines with
a considerable depth problem at+
this position.
In addition to Minko, guard

Dick Szymanski is making the
Buckeye game his last. Small (5'
10", 185 lb.) for his position,
Szymanski proved very capable
as a second-string lineman, being
often called upon to spell his
heavier teammates.
Last of the Raiders
Another guard, Lou Pavloff, will
see the last of his collegiate action
Saturday. Pavloff's distinction on
this year's team is that he is the
sole remaining member of the
original "Raiders," begun three
years ago by Elliott. Due to various
injuries, Pavloff didn't become a
senior, eligibility-wise, until this
year. He's been used primarily as
a middle linebacker on defense,
and was a regular on the rejuven-
ated version of the Raiders early
in the season.
Another defensive specialist in
his three years on the Michigan
varsity is Jack Strobel, who start-
ed at left halfback in a few games
during this past season. Strobel
had been known primarily as Mc-
Rae's defensive stand-in, but came
into his own when given the
chance to play both ways.

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Career Cut Short
Glinka, the starting Wolverine
signal-caller in his sophomore and
junior years, and the first three
bouts of this campaign, came up
with a badly damaged knee in the
first game he didn't start after
21 consecutive appearances in the
opening lineup. He underwent sur-
gery immediately after the Purdue
contest, but it was quite apparent
that his career had been brought
to an abrupt halt. Glinka had
been by far the outstanding Mich-
igan quarterback for his first two
seasons, completing 100 of 220
pass attempts for an aggregate of
1,343 yds.
Besides the players mentioned
above, Ed Hood, a compact half-
back used on occasion as a ball-
carrier and a punt-return man,
and Dick Schram, a 230-lb. tackle,
will soon round out their Michigan
playing careers.


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Varsity Opening Cage Season

One of the best freshman teams
in Michigan history will be trying
to get the varsity cagers started
on the wrong foot this season
when the two squads tangle next
Tuesday night.
Freshman Coach Tom Jorgensen
calls his team may be the most
talented and certainly the deepest
group the school has ever recruit-
ed, including the George Lee-M. C.
Burton squad of several years ago.
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cized high school players to come
out of Illinois in recent years,
Cazzie Russell (6'4", Chicago), will
team up with Oliver Darden (6'6",
Detroit) and Jim Myers (6'7", De-
fiance, Ohio) in the front court,
while John Thompson (Pontiac,
Ill.) and John Clawson (Naper-
ville, Ill.) will start at guard.
Darden and Byers will trade off
between forward and center and
Russell will alternate between for-
ward and guard. Van Tillotson
(Ludington) will take over at one
forward when Russell moves back
to guard.
Jorgensen is optimistic enough
to think his squad has "a good
shot" at beating the varsity even
without John Rowser and Bill'
Yearby, teammates at Detroit
Eastern, and Steve Smith (Park

Ridge, Ill.), who have been out for
freshman football,
Varsity Good, Too
The varsity team, meanwhile, is
rated as the best since the Burton
Lee-John Tidwell team of 1958-
Right now, the only newcomer
to break into the starting lineup
is 6'7", 230-lb. sophomore Bill
Buntin of Detroit. At forward are
Capt. Tom Cole (6'7") and John
Harris (6'5"), and at guard are
Bob Cantrell (5'10") and Doug
Herner (5'10").
Head Coach Dave Strack also
has a second unit, however, which
will also see lots of action: center
Doug Greenwold (6'6"), forwards
John Oosterbaan (6'4") and Larry
Tregoning (6'5"), and guards
Hiram Jackson (6'1") and George
Pomey (6'3").

By The Associated Press
Southern California, a sure
thing to play in the Rose Bowl if
it beats UCLA Saturday, is the
latest college football power to
handle the hot potato of No. 1
In the nine weeks of this year's
Associated Press poll of a commit-
tee of sports writers and sports-
casters, there have been five dif-
ferent leaders Alabama (3),
Texas (2), Northwestern (2), Ohio
State (1) and now Southern Cali-
Northwestern's reign ran from
Oct. 30 through Nov. 6 after they
were knocked off by Wisconsin,
Alabama took over. When Ala-
bama was upset by Georgia Tech
7-6 Saturday, the door was wide
open for Southern California.
Just for the record the 1962
succession on a weekly basis has
gone like this: Alabama, Ohio
State, Alabama, Texas, Texas,
Northwestern, Northwestern, Ala-
bama and Southern California.
The final vote will be taken after
games of Dec. 1.
Southern California stretched
its perfect record to 8-0 Saturday
by nosing out Navy 31-6, in a
game in which Navy's fullback
fumbled on the goal line in the
closing minutes. After UCLA this
week, Southern California ends
its regular season Dec. 1 against
Notre Dame.
Mississippi, the only other per-
fect record team in the top ten
with an 8-0 mark, polished off
Tennessee 19-6 and remained
right on the heels ofthe leaders.
Mississippi is idle Saturday but
winds up with Mississippi State
Dec. 1.
Wisconsin, already assured of
the Rose Bowl, will be fighting for
the Big Ten title as well as na-
tional rating in its finale Satur-
day against Minnesota. This is the
big game of the ratings pitting No.
3 (Wisconsin) against No. 5
Texas, No. 4, and one of the
early leaders until its 14-14 tie
with Rice, gets a chance to boost
its prestige Thursday in its final
game against Texas A&M. The
game will be nationally televised
Alabama tumbled from first to
sixth in defeat and did not draw a
single first place vote. Southern
California drew 20, Mississippi 15,
Wisconsin seven, Penn State three,
Texas two, and Minnesota one of
the 48 cast. Alabama's final game
is with Auburn Dec. 1.
Arkansas, a 9-7 winner over
Southern Methodist, held to sev-
enth place with only Texas Tech
on Saturday to go. Louisiana
State, which rolled over Mississippi
State 28-0, moved up two pegs to
eighth. It winds up the regular
season Saturday at Tulane.
Penn State, a thumping 46-20
winner over Holy Cross, moved
into the select circle in ninth
place and Oklahoma took over
10th by knocking off Missouri.
Penn State's last game is Satur-
day against Pitt. Oklahoma has

The top ten with
votes in parentheses
records: (points on a
5-4-3-2-1 basis)

first place
and season
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1. So. California (20) 8 0 0.439
2. Mississippi (15) 8 0 0 403
3. Wisconsin (7) 7 1 0 384
4. Texas (2) 8 0 1 326
5. Minnesota (1) 6 1 1 235
6. Alabama 8 1 0 232
7. Arkansas 8 1 0 209
8. Louisiana, State ,7 1 1 140
9. Penn State (3) 8 1 0 94
10. Oklahoma 6 2 0 43
Others receiving votes, listed
alphabetically: Arizona St ate,
Dartmouth, Duke, Florida, Georgia
Tech, Michigan State, Missouri,
Nebraska, Northwestern, Oh io
State, Washington.
Hockey Team
Starts Season
on Road
The Michigan Wolverines open
their hockey season with two non-
league games, to be played on
Canadian ice, during the Thanks-
giving holidays.
This Saturday, the pucksters
open up against the Chatam junior
team at Chatam, Ont. After
spending the night in Chatam,
the team will then bus to Toron-
to, where they will play the Uni-
versity team on Monday night, be-
fore returning home Tuesday.
With three days rest, the icers
play their first home and first
league games. Their opponents in
those games will be arch-rivals
Michigan State. The games will be
at the Coliseum and will start at
8 p.m.
The Wolverines played an ex-
hibition game last Sunday at the
Coliseum. After the game, coach
Al Renfrew named his tentative
Playing the first line'will prob-
ably be Ron Coristine, Gary But-
ler and Jack Cole. On the second
line will' be Larry Babcock, the
team captain, Gordie Wilkie and
Dave Butts, the converted goalie.
On the third line will be John
McGonigal, Tom Pendelbury and
George Forest, who played on the
championship Junior Red Wing
team of several seasons back.
Renfrew hastens to add that
these are only tentative and could
be changed by the play of the team
during the eastern Canadian
On defense the lines are all set
- mainly because Renfrew has
only four defensemen to work
Three of the defensemen are
returning from last year. They
are Wayne Kartusch, Ross Morris-
on and Don Rodgers. The lone
newcomer to the backguard is
Roger Galipeau, a stand-out on
last year's freshman squad.







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