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P~AGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY VTN'D.'FPMR 1Qii

WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1.1965

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By DALE SIELAFF
With the loss of 17 lettermen
from last year's Michigan football
team, the return of the injured
Barry Dehlin, Jack Clancy and
John Rowser eases some of Head
Coach Bump Elliott's pre-season
problems.
Dehlin, faced with his third
position change in as many years,
has been slated as a defensive
guard for his senior season.
1 Injured in last year's Purdue
game, Dehlin fought his way back
into shape in time to play in the
Rose Bowl. At that time he was
still being used as a linebacker,
the position he turned over to
Frank Nunley. But with the re-
turn of both Nunley and Captain

Tom Cecchini, Elliott will be us-
ing Dehlin both at guard and at
fullback. He had fullback exper-
ience his sophomore year.
Physically Fit
Prior to yesterday's workout at
Ferry Field, Coach Elliott stated
he felt that Dehlin is back in
top shape and is showing no ill
effects from either his knee in-
jury or operation.
Clancy, out of action for an
entire season, as well as last
spring, has recovered completely,
according to Elliott. Used as a
halfback two years ago, Clancy is,
being tried at split end. Earlier,
Elliott had considered using
Clancy on both offense and de-
fense, but now has tabbed him
for the offensive squad.

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Ider F SUCCESSFUL TOUR:
Iders FilGaps Wolverine
Rowser has been out of action team, and is listed behind Rick E
almost as long as Clancy, suffer- Volk, Rich Sygar, Dick Wells, and
ing his injury in the final week Mike Bass, in the defensive back-
of practice last fall. field. C S
Timing Off Kick Situation
Defensive Coach Bob Holloway The loss of Bob Timberlake They came, they saw, they con-
commented on Rowser's condition brought up more than just the quered, f r o m Egypt, through
yesterday, "fie worked hard to problem of fining another quarter- Turkey and Greece, ending tri-
back, because Timbo did all the umphantly in Algiers.
team's place-kicking and kick-offs, A Roman army led by Caesar
as well as calling the signals. 2,000 years ago? No, the Michigan
Junior Sygar is apparently ready basketball team, which returned
to step in on field goals and ex- Monday from a four week exhibi-
tra point situations. He was one- tion tour of four Mediterranean
for-two on conversions last fall. countries.
The job of kick-off an is still The trip was sponsored by the
uncetin wih jikor end Cst United States State Department
uncetai, wth unir ed Caytin connection with Basketball Fed-
Wilhite holding a slight edge with a tion th asktall Fed
his experience last season. Wil- ratin in the ons It
aa- was designed, in the words of
;::.:;";:i ng ic s etyr days w ra ,n oB t t ou h t e oaern s
sia stppe inforTimerlkecoach Dave Strack, "to expose to
these countries, a very fine basket-
dislay n owerful lg.Anote
dis ing ra eg. tner- tball team, in order to further the
end, senior Steve Smith is also drvekpmn;t f th s of
being considered, along with half- baskes. erd thorld."
back Jim Detwiler.
Cage Tutors
Durgyeuterday's wrko, o But though the conquerings
injuries occurred. Jerry Danhofstacieved onjthepbrsketball
> Nr<YDH NWt tewein ae nyoretie on fthebaskntrbasl
s 'fighting for a center or lineback-
i ,d Ecourt, they were not measured by
r ::n: °>:n h >.=" i n y ostne ur hinasstd e r l -te S track in th e fa rm of w in s an d
week, and r misse.a cue losses. "We tried to emphasize
days practice, but is back show- basketball from the teaching
ing no ill effects of the injury. standpoint. The major portion of
BARRY DEHLIN With the opening game only our time in all of the countries
gelbbackhshapeI'vea.he three and a half weeks away, and except Egypt was spent conducting
get ackin hape I'e wtche _________________________clinics and demonstrating skills."
him run wind sprints, and his leg
gives him no trouble there, but Student Mlanagers InE ,t the squad played
in action he may still be a little n yegittei beco- games against local teams in
wary of the knee. The leg itself pk Anyone terested hn sche- Cairo, Port Said, and Alexandria.
mak get tired, but he's in great ing a manager for the. Mich- They were victorious all three
may igan football team please con- times by comfortable margins.
shape. tact Dave Muir at 665-8721, or After a week they traveled to
"As for the layoff hurting him, come to Ferry Field any day Istanbul, where they held intra-
his timing is still a little off, but this week between 3 and 5 p.m. squad matches or informal scrim-
With a few more workouts he mages every evening, as well as
should be back at his peak." classes cutting the workouts to conducting Federation clinics dur-
As a sophomore, Rowser played one a day, Elliott is expected to ing the day. "It's sort of like our
307 minutes, mostly on defense, pick up the tempo. He has sched- YMCA system," said Strack. "The
and became noted for his necktie uled the first of his September Basketball Federation, which acts
tackles. But at this time, he's run- mid-week scrimmages for this aft- as a type of club, organizes youths
ning with the yellow, or alternate, ernoon at Ferry Field. of -various ages into groups which!
play games and receive instruc-
tion." The team did play onre game
Softball O pen s Intrai iural in Turkey, winning by 30 points.
gn Greece, the team ran into
a bit more of the competitive
S o t daeNet W ee spirit, familiar here in America.
SlateW eekThey won a hard fought game .n I
Thessoloniki, 72-60, then journeyv-
ed to Athens, where they played
Final preparations are being should attend tomorrow's meet- the local team before a large and
made this weep for the beginning ing, also at 7:30 in the IM Build- enthusiastic audience. Strack de-
af a new 'intramural season at ing. Umpires will receive a fee scribed what happened against tine
Michigan with softball slated to of $1.50 for each game worked. Athenian team.

Cage Squad
ter Travels
poise well in a somewhat difficult
situation." So ended Michigan's
only basketball tie in recent
memory.
The tour wound up with a week
spent in Algiers where the Wol-
verines won their only game with
no trouble to complete the tour
with a mark of six wins and a tie.
Strack felt that the Algerian fans
and players were not as well in-
formed with respect to basketball
rules and skills, as they were in
the other three nations.
Eleven Michigan players made
the trip. Included were last year's
starting five-Bill Buntin, Cazzie
Russell, Larry Tregoning, George
Pomey, and Oliver Darden, as well
as six substitutes- Jim Myers,
Dan. Brown, John Clawson, Craig
Dill, Dennis Bankey, and John
Thompson.
Buntin did not return with the
group as he traveled to Budapest
where he helped the United States
gain a Gold Medal in the World
Student Games held there last
weekend.
All told, Strack recounted the
trip as "100 per cent successful."
He added, "I feel that it was one
of the great experiences of my
life, and I think that it was a
great experience for the boys, too.
Traveling, playing, and teaching
in these countries was interesting
and worthwhile."

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open the competition on Sept. 6.
With all teams scheduled to be-
gin play sometime next week,
about 200 squads will participate
in the IM inaugural sport. The
IM staff is still searching for more
Wrestlers
Students interested in varsity
or freshman wrestling should
attend a meeting at 4 p.m.
Thursday in the wrestling room
at the I-M building.
softball teams, especially in the
independent division.
Meetings will be held tonight
and tomorrow night to fix the
final details for the softball ac-
tivity. All athletic managers
should attend tonight's meeting
at 7:30 in the Intramural Build-
ing. All those interested in um-
piring for the softball games
Welcome
Backs
a Students

Any students desiring to play
on independent teams should con-
tact the IM staff. A group of 10
students is eligible to compete as
a team in softball and all names
should be submitted at the IM
Building.
Major Lea git
Strdings

Balkan War
"The game was tight all the
way and toward the end, some of
the fans became angry at the
American official, claiming that
he was being unfair. Things be-
gan to get out of hand and when
the regulation time ran out with
score tied at 78-78, the Greek
team refused to play overtime.
Later, I think some of them re-
gretted it. I was very proud of
our boys. I felt they kept their
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Minnesota 84 50 .628
Chicago 76 57 .572
Cleveland 73 57 .562
Baltimore 72 57 .558
Detroit 73 59 .554
x-New York 66 66 .500
x-Los Angeles 60 72 .455
x-Washington 58 73 .443
x-Boston 49 83 .371
Kansas City 46 83 .355
x-Late gamnes not included.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 7, Minnesota 6
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
Cleveland 8, Kansas City 1
Boston 4, Washington 0 (2nd inc)
Chicago 2-0, Baltimore 7-4
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Minnesota (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Cleveland at Kansas City (n)
Boston at Washington (n)
Chicago at Baltimore (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Los Angeles 75 57 .568 -
San Francisco 72 57 .558 1;
x-Cincinnati 72 58 .554 2
x-Milwaukee 72 58 .554 2
Pittsburgh 71 62 .534 41j
Philadelphia 68 63 .518 6Y2
St. Louis; 66 67 .496 9ij
Chicago 63 72 .466 13r
Houston 57 '75 .432 18
New York 43 90 .323 321
x.-Second game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Houston 4-3, New York 3-2
San Francisco 2-0, Philadelphia 1-2
St. Louis 3, Chicago 0
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 3 (2nd inc)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at New York (2)
San Francisco at Philadelphia (n)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (n)
St. Louis at Chicago
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (n)
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