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By PHIL BROWN
Michigan's freshman football
team scored on two long field
goals in the first quarter, then
held off a persistent Bowling
Green attack for three periods to
defeat the Falcon yearlings 6-5
on Ferry Field yesterday.
A pair of three-pointers by Tim
Killian gave the Wolverine frosh
a 6-0 lead before a steady drizzle
and the play itself reduced the
gridiron to a sea of mud.
"It was a heck of a day to play
our first ball game," commented
Sams for a two yard gain, called
on fullback Ralph Huff for four,
then rifled a pass to Sams across
the middle for a first down at
the Falcon 41.
Steady running by Huff and
halfbacks Lance Sheffler and
John Kitzmiller took the ball to
the 11. but the drive stopped
there. Killian booted his first
field goal from the 22, giving the
Wolverine frosh an early 3-0 lead.I
Michigan again prevented Bowl-
ing Green from generating an
offense after the kickoff, and got
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freshman coach Bill Dodd after the ball on its own 45. Then
the encounter. "We couldn't really the nemesis of Michigan football
tell how good either team was. suddenly reared its ugly head.
Their line couldn't hit ours, be- A fumble gave the Falcons the
cause of the poor footing, so we football on their 29, after the
didn't get to compare them like Wolverines had again pushed past
we wanted to." midfield. But an alert Michigan
Bowling Green coach Nick defense quickly turned the tables.
Young was especially disappointed Unable to move the ball for
with the game conditions. "The the third time in succession, Bowl-
wet field really hurt us," he noted ing Green elected to punt. But
wistfully. "We had planned on Dan Parks, a defensive standout
doing a lot more passing - we've all afternoon, broke through the
completed over 50 per cent in our - - -----
previous games - but we just SOR
couldn't." SOONER' LA T
"We came to win," he contin-
ued," and I think it's a damned
shame that we didn't. They didn'to
prove to us that we couldn't
Bowling Green line, blocking the startled Michigan punter's head
kick and recovering the ball on and into the end zone.
the Falcon 25. He instinctively dove to recover
Killian boomed his second field the ball, but it was dead, giving
goal of the quarter through the the visitors an automatic two-
uprights on fourth down, put- point safety. And Michigan held
ting the Wolverines six points only a slim, one-point advantage
ahead. at the end of the half.
Despite the ever-worsening con- Neither team could muster a
dition of the turf, Bowling Green convincing offensive drive in the
suddenly came to life. Quarter- second half. Numerous fumbles
back Bill Deming moved his team by both squads ended attacks that
to the Michigan 28, where Falcon hardly had a chance to start.
end Art Curtis booted a 38-yard Michigan halfback Greg Har-
field goal. rison intercepted a Falcon aerial
Michigan aided the enemy cause in the third period, and Bowling
by fumbling at the BG 41, but Green fullback countered the play
again contained the Falcon of- by snagging a Wolverine pass mid-'
fense. But the Bowling Green way in the fourth quarter.
punter got away a high, end-over- Coach Dodd singled out Parks.
end kick that went all the way Sams, Kitzmiller, and tackle Dan
down to the Wolverine six yard Dierdorf for special recognition,
line. while observing that every player
Fullback Huff gained seven had contributed to the victory.
yards in three cracks at the BG "They (Bowling Green) had lots
defense, leaving Michigan with a of experience," he pointed out.
fourth and three at the 13. The "This was their fifth game, while
snap from center sailed over the , we had never even worked on a
field with an official before. They
had the timing down, and our
boys did a good job of adjusting
Falcon mentor Young was ob-
viously displeased with his team's
loss, but praised his charges' ef-
fort. "We couldn't move them on
the ground, and couldn't throw
because of the weather."
"And they (Michigan) were so
damned big. You can't take any
credit away from them; they
have some damn good football
players. We did a hell of a good
job against them, but they were
big - really big."
"That right linebacker for them
was really good - he stuffed us
That linebacker was Tim Kill-
ian. a 6-4, 220-pounder from
Lincoln Park. And that's the
same Tim Killian who notched a
pair of long field goals that gave
the Wolverines enough points to
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But it was Michigan that beat
Bowling Green, and not the wea-
ther. The Wolverines displayed a
potent offense in the first quar-
ter while preventing the visiting
Falcons a single first down.
Bowling Green failed to move
the ball after receiving the open-
ing kickoff, and puntedhto the
Quarterback J e r r y Perkins
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By MARK HALPERT western and Penn State, but
Colorado is better, they always roared back with four consecutive
do well in Norman, Oklahoma, victories including wins over
they should bounce back from last highly rated LSU and equally good
week's upset, Oklahoma came out Auburn. The Hurricanes appear
of last week's game against Mis- to be moving a little too fast in
souri badly bruised. Therefore, a northerly direction for Virginia
since everything points to a Colo- Tech to handle, and do not be sur-
rado victory, and Harry DeVold prised if Miami runs away with it.
is the leading forecaster ,for the According to all available
Football News, he picks Oklahoma. theories, the most interesting bet
The logic is weak in spots, his to make is to take a far superior
conclusion about an upset faulty team, and give your opponent 30
(Oklahoma is a TD favorite) and points or more.
the rationale nonexistent, but Remarkable
the final- result seems right. After coming up with two fan-
Rookie Coach Chuck Fairbanks tastic victories in succession the
has done a remarkable job with Tennessee Vols are ready for a
the Oklahoma defense, and his breather and unlike LSU the Vols
record is only blemished by a 9-7 are all but assured of victory. The
loss at the hands of the Texas victim will be Tampa and this
Longhorns and Super Bill Brad- appears to be all the space this
ley. game deserves.
ZLSU will enjoy a relative breath- Houston will host the Bulldogs
er, but the chances are they may from Georgia in a great match
never catch their breath before of a top offensive unit versus a
New Year's. top defensive outfit. Houston has
The Tigers were caged last week been terribly inconsistent in their
by Tennessee, they must face Bear ability to spring scatback Warren
Bryant's Alabama squad next McVea loose. McVea is a sure
week, and today they will meet the Bulldog's. But once he is by
defense minded Mississippi. Add good deal of blocking to get past
this up and according to DeVold's All-American, but he will need a
theory of irrational forecasting you the line there is no one who can
pick LSU. catch him.
Incredible Georgia has had two very easy
The surrounding area is expect- games while Houston is expected
ing heavy fallout, but Blacksburg to bounce back from the 14-131
Virginia is digging in for a full defeat handed to them by Missis-
fledged Hurricane, or maybe even
a whole stampede.
The weather will clear late to
of Blacksburg are afraid of a
deeply rooted monument falling. By The Associated Press
The last time Virginia Tech BT E --ca ed
posed pefec sesonwasin BALTIMORE - Dave Bing led
posted a perfect season was in the Detroit Pistons to a come-
1918, and they are now enjoying from-behind 115 - 113 National
a perfect season. The invaders are Brskehnd Asso1iation al
the Miami Hurricanes led by de- Basketball Association victory over
fensive end Ted Hendricks, and the Baltimore Bullets last night.
offensive backs, Dave Opalsky and Bing scored 42 points-26 of'
David Teal. them in the first half when he
The Hurricanes were jinxed by a made 11 of 15 field goals. His last
pre-season rating of number one field goal, with less than 10 sec-
rby Playboy magazine. (The main onds remaining, put the Pistons
problem with Playboy's thinking aip 115-111.
is that it is systematic, logical and Two charity tosses by Balti-
it is the exact antithesis of Harry more's John Egan only made it
DeVold's Rules of Chaos.) Miami close.
lost it's first two games to North- Bing also pulled the biggest playf
of the game by hitting forward
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: John Tresvant, who was alone un-3
FRED LaBOUR der the basket, for a stuff shot
outlasted Michigan in the third
game of the season. Navy is a
good Eastern team which is equiv-
alent to saying they are a good
minor league club. The Midship-
men are quicker than the Fighting
Irish, but Notre Dame should run
right over them with their awe-
In the feature of the East, Yale
faces undefeated Dartmouth and
for those few that are interested
the game is considered another
The two top teams in the nation
face Pacific Eight foes and one
may furnish an upset.
O.J. Simpson is out for at least
two games, but his absence will
not be felt as the USC Trojans
take lightly regarded California.
Steve Grady, a senior, will take
over O.J.'s spot, but if the de-
fense continues its stinginess there
should be no problems.
UCLA plays upset minded Ore-
gon State, and the way the Bruins
have faltered lately an upset is
possible. Oregon State upended
previously second-ranked Purdue
two week's ago and they have
played extremely well on occasion.
Tailback Greg Jones joins Gary
Beban and Rick Purdy after being
sidelined for several weeks and
this should add some punch to the
sippi last Saturday. McVea should
find the going hard but the
chances are at least 50-50 for the
offense to win. The game is con-
sidered a toss-up, but the feeling
here is to go with the offense and
the Houston Cougars.
For those who prefer betting on
25 point favorites rather than 40
point ones the Navy-Notre Dame
clash offers a great shot. Navy has
a fine regimented ball club, which
Bullets; Celts Belt Lakers
that put the Pistons ahead 112-
109 with one minute left.
The Bullets led by as much as
18 points in the first half.
Gus Johnson of Baltimore play-
ed his best game of the season,
scoring 36 points and grabbing 24,
BOSTON-The unbeaten Boston
Celtics, powered by late scoring
bursts by Bill Russell and John~
Havlicek, opened a 21-point lead
in the third period and then staved
off a desperate Los Angeles LakersI
rally for a 105-104 National Bas-
ketball Association victory last
Russell, getting in close repeat-
edly for easy stuff shots, led the
Celtics with 25 points, 18 of them
in the second half and added 30
Havlicek had 18 points, includ-
ing the last two Boston baskets in
the frantic final seconds.
Boston built a 73-52 lead midway
in the third period, but Archie
Clark led a Laker rally which
cliced the margin to 76-69.
Russell and Havlicek maintain-
ed Boston's margin of about 10
points until the final three min-
utes when two field goals by Elgin
Baylor and one each by Gail Good-
rich and Mel Counts closed the
gap to 102-99 with 47 seconds left.
After Havlicek scored for the
Celtics, Goodrich and Tom Hawk-
ins countered for Los Angeles but
Havlicek fired in another field goal
with 12 seconds left.
Baylor had 25 points, Clark 18.
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