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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1963'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverine Linebackers Face Varied Hawkeye Attack

PLAYBOY MAGAZINE
SPECIAL STUDENT RATES

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By PERRY HOOD
"There will be a lot of pressure
on the linebackers this week,"
said defensive line coach Bob
Hollway, in looking forward to to-
morrow's game against Iowa.
In truth, the linebackers will
face one of their stiffest tests of
the season against Iowa's running
and passing. "Iowa has a good
tPap game," commented Hollway.
"The line is drawn in, and then
the linebackers must fill the holes
left by 'trapped' linemen."

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"In general," explained Holl-
way, "the linebackers cover first
the run, and second the pass,
while the secondary covers the
pass first, and then the rush. On
pass plays they either red-dog, or
drop back to cover the hook zone,
from the end position toward the
center, a few yards back,"
The Wolverines use their full-
backs and centers as linebackers,
with the center calling the de-
fensive signals.

Chuck Dehlin, a 195-pounder
switched from quarterback to full-
back last spring, is starting now
at the linebacker slot. "Dehlin
played his best game of the sea-
son against Illinois," said Holl-
way. "He made nine tackles in
that game "
With Delin starting on de-
fense, first team offensive full-
back Mel Anthony "is kept fresh
for offense. He has done a capable'

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reserved more for offense." worries, After having literally
At the other linebacker spot, come into his own last week by
juniors Brian Patchen and Jin1 throwing three touchdown passes
Green alternate. "Both centers against Minnesota. "We'll have a
played well against Illinois," stat- real problem diagnosing pass
ed Hollway. "They've improved a plays," remarked Hollway. "Snook
lot in taking over for Cecchini." is a good passer, and they've got
Tom Cecchini was starting center a good inside running ge me."
until injured in the Purdue game. This combination is especialy
Fullbacks Wayne 'Sparkman and hard to defend, since the line-
FarylSchck, and enermnilndbackers are responsible for most
Gary Schick, and centers Bill of the territory covered.
Muir and Dick Szymanski haveot e o vr
also filled in as linebackers, al-, Practice Notes
though to a lesser degree.k"All the Head Coach Bump Elliott ran
linebackers have worked espe- his charges through drills yester-
cially hard and have made steady day designed to review defensive
progress," said Hollway. "They've
done a good job." and offensive assignments in
preparation for tomorrow's con-
Passing Threat test. No lineup changes were
Iowa sophomore quarterback made, and no new injuries were
Gary Snook is expected to give incurred.
GRID SELECTIONS
Those of you who have been afraid to enter The Daily's Grid
Picks contest because you know little about football needn't fear
any more. The more you know, the worse you will do. Anyone who
can make a few circles with a pencil, put down a couple of numbers,
and sign his name has a good chance of winning. A knowledge of
football will hinder, rather than help. That's why The Daily's
sports staff makes such ridiculous picks every week.
For those of you who want a foolproof system for picking this
week's games, here's a good one. Not many people know this, but
the coaches with the most beautiful wives always win. (Finding out
what the various coaches' wives look like is your problem, fella.)
Remember sports fans, that the winner of the contest will re-
ceive rewards and benefits beyond his wildest dreams including two
free tickets to the Michigan Theatre where "Take Her She's Mine"
is now playing, and the respect and admiration of the entire student
body. Your picks must be at The Daily, 420 Maynard, by 9 p.m. to-
night.
Our guest selector for this week's games is Jan Winkelman, for.
mer Daily associate sports editor, who's "instant" picks appear below.

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By The Associated Press
The Washington Huskies will be
highly favored to whip UCLA and
nail down the Rose Bowl assign-
ment for the Big Six Conference,
and Oregon can salvage state
honor against Indiana in two of
the leading games on the far west
football calendar this week.
Southern California and Ore-
gon State, erstwhile rivals in the
old Pacific Coast Conference, re-
new relations after a two-year
lapse to start the action at Los
Angeles tonight.
Stanford entertains Washington
State in an"thlr Big Six game
and California can even its won-

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-Daily-James Keson
GET OUT OF MY WAY-That's what Michigan's Chuck Dehlin (31) seems to be saying to the two
opponents obstructing his path to the ball carrier. Dehlin has been running as the second team full-
back behind Mel Anthony this year, but Coach Bump Elliott has been sending him in more fre-
quently now as a linebacker. Dehlin is 5'11" and weighs 195 pounds. Probably his best game of the
season was last week ,gainst Illinois, when he helped bottle up the powerful running attack of
the Illini to enable Michigan to win.!
BIG TEN NOTES:
Lews Nowatzke Named Midwest's
Leadn A ll-America Candidates

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Little Sherman
Lewis of Michigan State and
bruising Tom Nowatzke of Indiana
are the Midwest's principal All-
America candidates as the football
season draws to a close.
Lewis, an incredible 152-pound
hunk of football talent, drew most
praise yesterday from The Asso-
ciated Press regional All-America
screening board.
"Lewis not only has averaged
5.6 yards every time he carries,
but he has caught 11 p-isses for
303 yards and five touchdowns

and is probably the best defensive
halfback in the entire Big Ten,"
said board member Pete Waldmeir
of the Detroit News.
Indiana may be a Big Ten aiso-
ran, but the 220-pound Nowatzke
has led the Hoosiers to three suc-
cessive victories and is the con-
ference's leading rusher and
scorer.
Nowatzke, a junior, turned in
Indiana's 20-15 defeat of Oregon
State. Nowatzke picked up 135
yards, scored a touchdown, boot-
ed field goals of 24 and 27 yards

and two extra points, recovered
two Beaver fumbles and inter-
cepted a pass.
* * *
Fear Upset
EAST LANSING - A final pol-
ishing of plays kept the Michigan
State football -team busy yester-
day.
The Spartans have shown all
week they are afraid of an upsett
by Notre Dame.
The practice session was shiftedr
from indoor facilities to the rain-
soaked outdoor field.
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Stress Pass Defensej
CHAMPAIGN-Illinois gridders
welcomed the first day this weeki
free of rain or snow with a pass-
ing, punting and place-kicking
session yesterday.
Pass defense also was stressed
as the Illini looked at rollout
tosses from both left and right
that Wisconsin is expected to use
in alternating southpaw Hal'
Brandt and right-hander Dave2
Fronek.
Two Quarterbacks
MADISON - Wisconsin Coach
Milt Bruhn indicated yesterday hej
plans to alternate quarterbacks
Hal Brandt and Dave Fronek in
the Badgers' Big Ten football
meeting with Illinois, tomorrow.
Bruhn said Wisconsin's position2
on the field will determine which
quarterback he will use.t

THIS WEEK'S GAMES loss record with a victory over
Consensus Picks in CAPS Utah at Salt Lake City.
{consensus, 96-64-.600?Oregon snapped out of hard
s. luck last week with the return of
1. Iowa at MICHIGAN 11. LOUISIANA ST. at Miss. St. quarterback Bob Berry and should
2. ILLINOIS at Wisconsin 12. Miami at NORTH CAROLINA again be in robust physical condi-
3. Minnesota at PURDUE 13. Oregon St. at SO. CAL. tion against Indiana at Portland,
4. Northwestern at OHIO ST. 14. Army at PITTSBURGH tomorrow
5. Notre Dame at MICH. ST. 15. Texas Christian at TEXAS Washington to l intents al-
6. INDIANA at Oregon 16. Vanderbilt at TULANE ready has eared sh Ro w
7. Georgia Tech at ALABAMA 17. WASHINGTON at UCLA hand undermanped UCLA its
8. ARKANSAS at So. Methodist 18. STANFORD at Wash. St. eighth loss of the season in Los
9. Maryland at CLEMSON 19. Yale at PRINCETON Angeles tomorrow.
10. NAVY at Duke 20. OKLAHOMA at Missouri Bill Barnes, coach of the Uclans,
indicated he may start Steve Sin-
SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS dell, a sophomore passing artist,
JAN WINKELMAN (Guest Selector. Former Associate Sports Editor, 105-55- against Washington's pack.
.657)-Michigan, Illinois, Purdue, Ohio State, Michigan State, Indiana, Alabama, ISuhr a ilb aoe
Southern Methodist, Clemson, Navy, LSU, Miami (Fla), Southern Cal, Pitt, Texas, Southern Cal will be favored
Tulane, Washington, Stanford, Princeton, Oklahoma. over Oregon State. But the Tro-
STAN KUKLA (101-59-.632)-Michigan, Illinois, Purdue, Ohio State, Michi- jans' coach, John McKay, rates
gan State, Oregon, Alabama, Southern Methodist, Maryland, Navy, Louisiana Tommy Prothro's Beavers as one
State, North Carolina, Southern California, Pittsburgh, Texas, Tulane, Washing- of the most dangerous teams on
ton, Washington State, Princeton, Oklahoma. his slate and quarterback Gordon
TOM WEINBERG (99-61-.619)-Michigan, Wisconsin, Purdue, Ohio State, Qee s andexcetioalkgar
Michigan State, Indiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Maryland, Navy, Louisiana State, Queen as an exceptional passer.
Miami, Southern California, Pittsburgh, Texas, Tulane, Washington, Washington S t a n f o r d and Washington
State, Princeton, Oklahoma. State will be shooting for their
TOM ROWLAND (98-62-.613)-Michigan, Illinois, Purdue, Northwestern, first conference victory -- Stan-
Michigan State, Oregon, Georgia Tech, Arkansas, Clemson, Navy, LSU, Miami, ford after three misses and Wash-
USC, Pittsburgh, Texas, vanderbilt, Washington, Stanford, Princeton, Oklahoma. ington State in its initial league
BOB ZWINCK (Contributing Sports Editor, 97-63-.606)-Michigan, Illinoisgm ofteya.Wsitn
Purdue, Ohio State, Michigan State, Oregon, Georgia Tech, Arkansas, Clemson game of the year. Washington
Navy, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Southern California, Pittsburgh, Texas, State is 2-5-1 and Stanford 2-6-0.
Tulane, Washington, Stanford, Princeton, Oklahoma.
MIKE BLOCK (Associate Sports Editor, 97-63-.606)-Michigan, Wisconsin,
Purdue, Ohio State, Michigan State, Indiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Clemson, R C _Ure
Navy, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Southern California, Pittsburgh, Texas,
Tulane, Washington, Stanford, Yale, Oklahoma.
DAVE GOOD (Sports Editor, 97-63-.606)-Michigan, Illinois, Purdue, Ohio 10:30 A.M.-1 :30 P.M.
State, Michigan State, Indiana, Georgia Tech, Arkansas, Clemson, Navy, Missis-
sippi State, North Carolina, Southern Cal, Pitt, Texas, Vanderbilt, Washington,
Stanford, Princeton, Oklahoma.
JIM BERGER (Associate Sports Editor, 97-63-.606)-Iowa, Illinois, Purdue, BILLIARD
Northwestern, Notre Dame, Indiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Maryland, Navy, LSU, MICHIGAN UN ION
Miami (Fla), Southern Cal, Pitt, TCU, Tulane, UCLA, Stanford, Princeton,
Oklahoma.
PERRY HOOD (95-65-.593)-Michigan, Illinois, Purdue, Ohio State, Michi- Sorry girls-men only
gan State, Oregon, Alabama, Arkansas, Clemson, Navy, Mississippi State, Miami,
Southern California, Pittsburgh, Texas, Vanderbilt, Washington, Stanford,
Princeton, Oklahoma.
BILL BULLARD (92-68-.575)-Michigan, Illinois, Purdue, Ohio State, Michi-
gan State, Indiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Clemson, Navy, Louisiana State, North
Carolina, Southern Cal, Pittsburgh, Texas, Tulane, Washington, Stanford,mE
Princeton, Oklahoma.
GARY WINER (89-71-.556)-Michigan, Wisconsin, Purdue, Northwestern,
Michigan State, Oregon, Alabama, Arkansas, Clemson, Navy, LSU, North Carolina, LOS A
Oregon State, Pittsburgh, TCU, Tulane, Washington, Stanford, Princeton, Okla-

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