59 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Vets To Start
shoddy performance the week be-
fore. Defense still is expected to
be the Wolverines' number one
headache, just as it was last year.
Only injury in the scrimmage
was a bruised leg suffered by Tony
Rio, who sat out the final three
quarters. However, he returned to
Injured backs John Stamos and
John Haley and tackle Jared
Bushong. sat out the practice but
all are expected to be ready to go
By TOM WITECKI
- Michigain's fresh new football
machine leaped into high gear
I yesterday with its first objective
clearly in sight - a victory over
- the visiting Missouri Tigers this
b And scouting reports on the Big
e Seven Conference school indicate
that this will be no easy task for
Head Coach Bump Elliott and his
determined young staff.'
End coach Jocko Nelson, who
e witnessed the Tigers 19-8 loss to
Penn State last Saturday, had
this to say, "Missouri is a real
tough ball club. They have a good
line and plenty of backfield speed."
"If it wasn't for a few early
P breaks in Saturday's contest, the
final score could just as well have
been in Missouri's favor." It might,
also be noted that the Tigers lost
to a team that many of football's
crystal ball gazers have labeled as
"one of the best in the East."
Nelson's formidable opinion of
the Missourians seemed to be rep-
resentative of the entire staff, for
e after' a full morning and early
afternoon of meetings, the busi-
ness-like coaches put the squad
t h r o u g h comparatively heavy
"Heavy" considering that a full
scale scrimmage was held Satur-
e day t and that Monday has the
reputation of being a "light" day.
Under the direction of Nelson,
y a selected group of Wolverines
spent most of the afternoon run-
ning off plays from Missouri's
multiple offense system against
Michigan defensive units.
d The Wolverines seem bent on
. continuing their opening day
t streak which has seen them win
z their initial contest for each of
r the past six years. This year'how-
ever, it will not be a "breather" or
d "warm up" contest and there is
a no doubt that they know it.
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THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Missouri at MICH. (score) 11. SMU at Georgia Tech
2. Illinois at Indiana 12. Mississippi at Kentucky
3. Iowa at California 13. Colorado at Baylor
4. Texas A&M at MSU 14. Air Force at Wyoming
5. Nebraska at Minnesota 15. Holy Cross at Dartmouth
6. Oklahoma at Northwestern 16. Colgate at Cornell
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