THE MICHIGAN DAILY
26-1-3.--IC I AN DAL
N * SPAR TANS MUST PLUG HOLES:
Navy, Pittsburgh, Penn State
Tapped for Tough Opponents MSU Gets 'N
LOOKING 'EM OVER-Navy's ace quarterback Roger Staubach
seemingly looks right at the defense to complete his passes. Last
week against a highly-rated West Virginia eleven he completed 17
of 22 for 209 yards-in just over three quarters of the 51-7 rout.
By RICHARD EISENBERG
The strength of the independ-
ents has already become apparent
with nine squads rated with the
best in the land.
Heading the impressive list is!
Navy, fresh from a 51-7 shellack-
ing of West Virginia. Led by its
highly publicized quarterback,
Roger Staubach, the midshipmen
are one of the favorites in the
~quest for the Lambert Trophy,.
symbolic of Eastern football su-
premacy. John Sai heads a list of'
fleet running backs. Up front, the
ends and tackles are sound but
the middle of the line was hurt
by graduation losses.
This week Navy is scheduled to
go against a relatively weak Wil-
liam and Mary team.
In a typically rugged schedule,
Pittsburgh will be fielding one of
its finest teams. The Panthers
were successful in their first out-
ing, with a 20-0 victory over UCLA.
This weekend they can count on
one of their toughest games
against the Washington Huskies.
Leading the offensive attack for
Pittsburgh are Rick -Leeson and
Paul Martha, two of the fine run-
ning backs in the country. The
Panthers' line is, as usual, tough.
Quarterback Terry Isaacson,
who led in the Air Force Acade-
my's upset victory over Washing-
ton, may be the finest at the
school since the famed Rich Mayo.
The Falcons, with unusual depth
and the fine running of fullback
Larry Tollstam, will face Colorado
State this week.
Not Getting Warmer
Army is still searching for a
quarterback. In the second year
under Coach Paul Dietzel, the Ca-
dets must solve this problem if
they are to prevent Navy from
taking an unprecedented fifth
straight victory. Dietzel also finds
himself in the awkward position
of having his unique three platoon
system of specialists somewhat
interfered with by the rules com-
Penn State, the defending cham-
pion in the East, opened the sea-
son with a 17-7 victory over Ore-
gon. The Nittany Lions, who were
hurt through graduation losses, are
featuring a new offense - the
"swing T," with five backsin the
game at a time, one of them play-
Syracuse, with a victory over
Boston College under its belt, lacks
very important team speed, but
has powerful fullback Jim Nance
and should be very strong again
this season. The Orangemen meet
the Kansas Jayhawks this Satur-
Little-known Memphis State
University held powerful Missis-
sippi to a scoreless tie last Sat-
urday. The Tigers, 8-1 in 1962,
have 24 lettermen back and next
take on Tulsa.
By TOM ROWLAND
special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-Head football
coach Duffy Daugherty paced vig-
orously up and down the sidelines
during the last Michigan State
game-type scrimmage here Satur-
He was trying to find a quarter-
Sophomore Steve Juday and
letterman Dick Proebstle, the two
Spartan signal-calling candidates,
took turns directing the Green
first team, and after the first
stringers won a 37-6 victory over
the Whites, Duffy still hadn't
made up his mind. Proebstle com-
pleted four of nine passes and hit
end Tom Krzemienski for an 18-
yard touchdown, and Juday nailed
receivers on six of 11 aerials, in-
cluding two TD tosses to Krze-
All of which made one thing
definite: Krzemienski will start
at of ensive left end this year.
Finally, after reviewing the,
scrimmage movies, Daugherty set-
tied on Juday to direct the Spar-
tans against North Carolina this
Saturday. That answered one
question. But what about all those
other question marks that have
kept Duffy pacing the sidelines
Where to replace six of his
starting linemen from the Big
Green Wall of a year ago? How to
find a fullback of thelikes of the
fabulous George Saimes, another
The soph crop was small in
number and potential. Where to
fill in the need for a power run-
ner? And this year the Spartans
have scheduled the top teams of
1962, Southern California and
Wisconsin, along with Notre Dame,
Illinois, Michigan and Northwest-
Although not ranked in the
country's top 20 for the first time
in a long while, and with the pres-
sure seemingly off, Daugherty is
on the spot to produce an adequate
season after last year's disappoint-
ing 5-4 mark.
So the Spartan head mentor has
shifted some of his players around
to new spots, invented a couple
of new positions, and come up
with a 1963 football team that
looks ready to put up a scrap for
a fifth straight 'State winning
On the Line
First problem on hand was re-
building the Spartan forward wall,
where they're now 20 pounds per
man lighter than last year. State
will weigh about 209 pounds across
the line this fall.
With Krzemienski at one end
on offense the other wingman po-
sition could only go to 6'4" Matt
Snorton, who is the last living
remains of the gigantic forward
wall Duffy had a year ago. It was
pretty evident that the 245-pound
senior was in top form Saturday
as he hauled in a 45-yard pass to
set up the third Green TD.
Co-captain Dan Underwood and
Hubert Benson give State fairly
good depth at the end spot.
Veteran two - time letterman
Dave Herman will start at left
tackle. He's big-6'1" and 236
pounds-and along with left guard
Earl Lattimer could make that
side of the line rough. Lattimer
was switched during the spring
from the fullback spot.
Center goes toanother conver-
tee, former guard and sophomore
Don Ross, an all-stater from East
Starting right guard Steve Mel-
linger is out of the lineup right
now with a badly mangled leg, and
soph John Karpinski (5'11", 205)
has taken over. Rahn Bentley, a
former guard from Grand Rapids,
holds the right tackle position
down-he's 5'9 -at 214 pounds.
So the line is bound to be weak-
er than last year, but what about
plugging up the lineup holes in
the backfield? The quarterback
spot is still fuzzy, but the names
Sherman Lewis, Dewey Lincoln,
Ron Rubick and Roger Lopes are
already on the programs.
Lincoln and Lewis ran from the
halfback slots last year, but Duffy
shifted Lincoln to full and inserted
Rubick at half in the spring. Last
Saturday Lincoln was back at
halfback and Lopes had moved
into the fullback spot.
The reason is pretty obvious.
Without Lopes the Spartans would
have about the lightest running
crew around. (Lincoln is 185, Ru-
bick 178, and Lewis 150.) The
placement of Lopes at full gives;
State the power runner they need.
Lopes is 5'10" weighing
215-a powerful runner who,
given the hole, can really mov
A bulldozer-type runner, he
accomplished surfboard r
majoring physical education
Lewis is an amazingly fast
back who led the team in sc
last year. He's won two Bi
broad Jump titles and 300C
dash crown during the si
times and will be State's big
away threat this fall.
His running partner. Linc
much the same--give him
daylight in the secondary an
a tough man to grab. The
lem this year will be gettini
into the secondary.
If all else fails to bring
to Spartan Stadium this fal
Michigan State kicking a
will. The Spartans have g
great booter in Lou Bobich, a
bor with a highly unort
style. He kicks using a socce
-approaching from the sid
hitting the ball with the
side of his foot. He's one (
best kickers MSU's had in
While it's a make-shift,
State won't be any soft touc
fall, but the Spartans look
a dive. Just how succes
Daugherty can fill in the an
to some of those line-up que
will determine how far.
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By MIKE MEYERS,
After college football's first big
Saturday, it appears as though the
1963 campaign in the West Coast's
Big Six Conference will not be as
one-sided an affair as was pre-
Southern California, nearly
everybody's choice to repeat last
year's nationial championship,
looked anything but the part as
they defeated an aroused Colorado
team, 14-0. Quarterback Pete
Beathard, who threw a record four
touchdown passes in last year's
Rose Bowl against Wisconsin,
couldn't get his aerial game start-
ed on a rain-soaked field. He was
more fortunate with his running
game, scoring both of USC's
touchdowns personally on sprints
of five yards each.
Hal Bedsole, 6'5" Trojan end,
caught one of Beathard's good
tosses for a 63-yard gain, but the
play was called back on a penalty.
USC was penalized a total of 107
Washington's Huskies met dis-
aster at the hands of Air Force
as quarterback Terry Isaacson
marched the Falcons 91 yards for
a score with only one-and-a-half
minutes to play.
Washington, listed as number
ten nationally in pre-season rat-
ings, are playing without fullback
Junior Coffey who has a broken
Coach Bill Barnes of UCLA has
reshuffled the Bruins T-formation
for more adaptability. The modi-
fied offense did little good, how-
ever, as Pittsburgh toppled them,
20-0, in a Friday night game.
UCLA has a Junior College All-
America in passer Steve Sindell
and a fine runner in quarterback
Larry Zeno. Also adding to Bruin
punch are Mel Profit, 6'5" end,
and Russ Banducci, 215-pound
California started their season
with a 15-8 victory over Iowa
State. Quarterback Craig Morton
played a poor first half, complet-
ing only two of nine passes for
the Golden Bears. The second half
was a complete reverse with Mor-
ton leading Cal's running and
Coach Mary Levy has 24 letter-
man returning to make California
the dark. horse of the Big Six.
New head coach John Ralston
started his regime on the right
foot as Stanford smashed San
Jose State, 29-13. Halfback Dick
Ragsdale scored all four Indian
touchdowns with runs of 45 and
49 yards and pass receptions of
35 and 9 yards.,
The Indians should have strong
quarterbacking with Clark Weaver
and Steve Thurlow who divided
the job last year. Joining the
squad is sophomore signal-caller.
Mike Connelly who was outstand-
ing as a freshman.
Washington State was upset in
its first outing by Texas Tech, 16-
7, but the great passing of Dave
Mathieson should promise better
things to come.
ThisSaturday's big game is the'
nationally televised battle between
Oklahoma and Southern Californ-
ia. There are overtones of national
championship in this one.
Other games match California
against Illinois, Washington, State
at Iowa, Washington at Pitt, UCLA
at highly-rated Penn State, and
Stanford at Oregon.
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