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AlRTANS COME TO TOWN:
aw Injury May Sideline Lincoln
By GARY WINER
Michigan State coach Duffy
Daugherty has pasted together a
formidable football machine this
year, but the first cog came un-
done last Friday night-left half-
back Dewey Lincoln suffered a
fractured jaw and in all probabil-
ity will not play in Saturday's
game against Michigan.
Replacing Lincoln currently is
junior Harry Ammon, but it ap-
pears likely that the other two
backfield men, Sherm Lewis and
fullback Roger Lopes will carry
much of the extra burden.
The Spartans have been build-
ing their hopes this season mainly
around their two fleet halfbacks
who have made havoc with Michi-
gan the past two years. In the
1961 contest at Ann Arbor, State
won 28-0 behind the running of
Lincoln and fullback George
Saimes. In that contest Lincoln
picked up 60 yards on the ground
in seven carries, with Saimes scor-
ing one touchdown that afternoon.
Last year, with the Wolverines
bowing by the same score, Lincoln
charged again, this time picking
up 138 yards in seven carries.n
Although Lincoln's loss will no
doubt raise more hopes in the
Wolverine camp, the Spartans' big
gun Lewis will be right back in
his same role as the Wolverine
Lewis has only managed to ac-
cumulate 57 yards in 13 attempts
in the last two games, but he has
scored no less than four times-
half of State's tallies in those en-
counters. Last year at East Lan-
sing he ran wild with three scores.
Daugherty had Lincoln running
from the fullback slot last spring
as he lacked talented material at
that position, but Lincoln was too
light. The Spartan mentor came
up with senior Roger Lopes, 215
pounds, to do the job.
Michigan coach Don Dufek, who
scouted Michigan State last week-
end, described their backfield as
"fast and dangerous in any game."
Daugherty apparently has solved
another one of his big problems,
that being the quarterback posi-
tion. With the graduation of Pete
Smith and the shifting of Charlie
Migyanka to defense, Daugherty
has come up with an untried
sophomore, Steve Juday.
Dufek remarked, "Juday has
been doing a good job for them as
both a good passer and runner.
Of course it's not fair yet to at-
tempt to compare him with Navy's
Further complications hit State
last year when six of their seven
starting lineman walked out with
diplomas. The only returning let-
terman is right end Matt Snorton.
"As far as I'm concerned," Du-
fek continued, "they've got an
All-America candidate in Snorton.
Their other end, Tom Krzemien-
ski, is also very good."
Michigan State opened their
season with a 31-0 drubbing of
North Carolina, andnarrowly
missed upsetting Southern Cal -
fornia Friday night. The Spartans
lost that game in the fourth
The propaganda and crying
towels are showing up as usual,
four days before this Saturday's
encounter between Michigan and
From East Lansing, MSU's coach
Duffy Daugherty: "Michigan is
tougher on defense than last year.
They are big and strong. They
will be 20 pounds per man bigger
than us up front."
In Ann Arbor, defensive back-
field coach Don Dufek: "Their
line has a lot more speed and is
morehaggressive than last year's.
I figure that the two lines averagej
about the same weight per man."t
Michigan averages, 214 pounds
per man, while Michigan State
tips the scales at 216 pounds per
Did you know that way back in the year 1902 that Michigan
played Michigan State in football-and that Michigan won, 119-0?
That's right. Grid picks were easy in those days. But this week they're
More facts to help you: between the years 1898 and 1935 Michi-
gan scored 817 points while Michigan State tallied 38. Fascinating?
Now try this: the last time Michigan beat MSU was back in
1955 when the Wolverines triumphed 14-7, and that loss was the
only one State suffered all year-they went on to beat UCLA in
the Rose Bowl.
With all this background the first game on this week's picks
should be a snap. Pick the others and get them into the Daily by
Friday at 9 p.m. One entry per person is all you get. The winner picks
up a pair of tickets to the Michigan Theatre, now showing "The
And as for that Michigan-Michigan State game: you see that
you must enter the score with your picks. While we propose objectivity
and loyalty, we do not suggest a 119-0 guess-for either team.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. MSU at MICHIGAN (Score)
2. Louisiana St. at Miami (Fri.)
3. Syracuse at UCLA (Fri.)
4. Army at Penn State
5. Columbia at Yale
6. Indiana at Iowa
7. Minnesota at Northwestern
8. Illinois at Ohio State
9. Purdue at Wisconsin
10. Air Force at Nebraska
So. California at Notre Dame
North Carolina at Maryland
Oklahoma at Texas
Duke at California
Oregon State at Washington
Texas Christian at Tex. Tech
Oklahoma State at Colorado
Villanova at Boston College
Stanford at Rice
Houston at Texas A&M
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MENACE FROM MSU-That's Sherm Lewis, Michigan State
halfback who will be leading the Spartan attack this Saturday
against Michigan. Standing only 5'8" at 154 pounds, Lewis is re-
garded.as probably State's best ball carrier, best pass catcher,
best defensive back, et al.
Chi Psi Trips BTP
In Playoff Overtime
By JERRY OUDERKIRK
Chi Psi, Chi Phi and Zeta Beta
Tau were victorious in first round
fraternity football action yester-
day at Ferry Field.
In the highlight of the after-
noon previously unbeaten Chi Psi
tied Beta Theta Pi in regulation
play and then went on to win in
overtime. Chi Phi overpowered
Theta Delta Chi 18 to 0 'as quar-
terback Dave Voigt sparked the
Chi Phis to a first-half three-
In the third game of the after-
noon Zeta Beta Tau quarterback
Jim Bronner never had a chance
to show his talents. The men of
Phi Sigma Kappa didn't appear
and thus forfeited the game.
The sparkling Chi Psi combina-
tion of Tom Brown to Tom Sween-
ey proved a little too much for
ALL DEGREE LEVELS
Dick Lebrasseur and hisBeta
teammates. The Chi Psi duo ac-
counted for both touchdowns via
the air route.
Regulation play was fought on
even terms with neither team
managing to dominate the action.
Beta quarterback Lebrasseur hit
end Lionel Endley late in the
second half to tie the score 8 to 8.
With three and one-half minutes
remaining Chi Psi was unable to
score again and the game went
The ;Brown to Sweeney pair
connected once again in the over-,
time play to put the game on ice
for Chi Psi. On the second play
from scrimmage Brown lofted a
long one and Sweeney pulled it in.
The Beta's were unable to score
on their remaining two downs and
the game ended 14 to 9.
Semifinal action in the frater-
nity league will start next week.
Chi Psi is favored to cop the
crown, but will face strong opposi-
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The Los Angeles to Detroit
Olympic torch bearer runner
will pass through Ann Arbor
this Friday morning. The run
is being sponsored by the De-
troit Olympic Committee as
part of their campaign to se-
cure the 1968 Olympics for
Detroit. The run began last
The torch bearer will come
down I-94 and exit at Jackson
Avenue; then he will proceed
along Jackson, down Huron,
along Forest and out to Wash-
tenaw, proceeding to Ypsilanti.
For those who would like to
cheer him along, he will appear
some time between 4-5 am.
OUR ARBORLAND STORE IS
OPEN EVERY EVENING TO 9 P.M.
PANTS! PANTS! PANTS!
NEW YORK (P)-Navy traveled
by air to and through its venture
into the Big Ten last Saturday
and firmly established itself as
the nation's No. 1 major college
football team in passing, total of-
fense, and scoring.
As Roger Staubach passed the
Midshipmen to a 26-13 victory
over Michigan at Ann Arbor,
Navy came up with these figures
released by the NCAA Service
Bureau yesterday: Passing-49 of
66 completed for 723 yards, an
amazing .742 completion percent-
age and an average of 241 air
yards per game. Total offense-
1,275 yards, an average of 425 per
game, Scoring-105 point for an
average of 35 per game.
Thus Navy has gained more
than half its yardage on passes.
Northwestern, second in passing,
has averaged 218 air yards a game.
Pittsburgh, also pass-minded this
season, is second in total offense
with a 416.3 yard average for
three games. Texas, with 104
points, is the only team other than
Navy above 100 in scoring.
Only one of last week's national
leaders managed to hold it place.
That was Princeton on defense
against rushing. After two games,
the Tigers have allowed only 87
yards on the ground, an average
Montreal 4, Boston 4, tie
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