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FRIDAY", SEPTEMBER 10, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By JIM TINDALL
"Flanker left" .."Split right"
. "I formation," the cries go up
from the Blue defense. ..Crack!
bodies are hurled at each other.
. "Halfback, halfback," some-
body yells, but the wiry halfback
in the white jersey is jarred to halt
by Bill Yearby's right arm and
shoulder to end another simulated
North Carolina play.
Time after time the White of-
fense, guided by Coach Bob Hol-
loway's play diagrams, tried to
run over, under, around, and
through the Blue defense but with
little success; -
The first-string defense spear-
headed by Yearby worked on put-
ting that Super Blue Krona edge
on their formations that would
render the Tar Heels' offensive
thrust as ineffective eight days
from now as they were in yester-
day's practice.
The crunching efforts of the six
man line that averages just over
212 pounds drew several nods of
approval from Coach Holloway.
"They look real tough," Holloway
commented. "We have good size
and excellent speed in our line
thlis year. We do have two sopho-
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PURDUE, OSU, ALSO LISTED:
Cornhuskers Top AP Chart,
Wolverines Ranked Fourth

mores starting and they lack game
experience, but both are shaping
up real well."
The sophs are 215 pound Roger
Rosema and Paul "The Chief"
Johnson. Pre-season forecasters
predicted that Rosema would be
working out on the offensive team
about now, but "Rocky's" size,
speed, and aggressiveness made
him a perfect choice to replace
last year's captain, Jim Conley,
one of four ends lost by gradua-
tion.
Rosema has worked some on of-
fense, but Coach Holloway ex-
plained, "We are becoming a team
of specialists. The offensive and
defensive squads work between 60
to 75 per cent on their specialty.
We have our two-way team also,
but generally we have each player
working on a specific job."
At the other end is Jeff Hoyne
who saw over 50 minutes of action
last season, almost all of which
was on defense. Hoyne was in-
jured last season and underwent
knee surgery after the year was
over. The major question about
Hoyne now is not his knee, but
rather his weight. Although he is,
according to Holloway, "a rugged,
hard-going ballplayer, who always
gives you one hundred per cent,"
Hoyne weighs in at 195 which
means that he might take a phy-
sical beating each game in the
rugged Big Ten competition.
Defensive end seems to be the
weakness in Coach Holloway's de-
fensive dike. Behind Rosema and
Hoyne there is little if any exper-
ience. Thus if injuries should be-
fall either of the starters Hollo-
way might have a big hole to fill
with very little time to do it in.

The interior of the line has con-
siderably more depth with John-
son and Yearby handling the
starting tackle spots. Johnson has
been "real rugged" so far and with
game experience will be even bet-
ter, according to his coach. John-
son started practice weighing 235,
but he is slimming down to a
lithe 220 in hopes of picking up
more pursuit speed. Johnson was

for nationwide honors again.
Both of the defensive guards are
converted fullbacks. Coach Hollo-
way explained that, "Fullbacks,
because of the amount of block-
ing that they do, make very good
guards; however, the transition
to that position may cause some
problems. Barry Dehlin was moved
to guard from fullback and line-
backer and he has fit in beauti-

CHICAGO (P)-A panel of 46
sportswriters and broadcasters
has chosen Nebraska as the top
team in the country in the Asso-
ciated Press' annual preseason col-
lege football poll.-
The Cornhuskers, who won their
first nine games last season be-
fore dropping their last regular
season game against Oklahoma
and losing to Arkansas in the Cot-
ton Bowl, received 11 first place
votes and a total of 311 points in
the balloting. Texas, 9-1 and win-
ner over Alabama in the Orange
LAST CHANCE
Athletic coupons can be re-
deemed for tickets to Michigan
football games until noon Sat-
urday only.
Bowl last year, is picked for sec-
ond place, ahead of Notre Dame.
Michigan, with five first place
ballots and 277 points, was fourth
in the voting although it lost All-
America Bob Timberlake and a
host of other stars.
Behind Alabama and Arkansas,
fifth and sixth, respectively, the
Major League
Standings

panel picked Southern California
for the seventh spot. LSU was
ranked eighth with 147 points,
Purdue ninth with 118, and Ohio
State tenth with 77. The Boiler-
makers and Buckeyes each receiv-
ed one first place ballot.
Points were awarded on the
basis of 10 for a first place vote.
nine for second, eight for third,
etc.
The Top Ten, with first puce
votes and last year's .records in
parenthesis:

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Nebraska (11) (9-1)
Texas (7) (9-1)
Notre Dame (7) (9-1)
Michigan (5) (8-1)
Alabama (4) (10-0)
Arkansas (6) (10-0)
So. California (4) (7-3)
Louisiana St. (7-2-1)
Purdue (1) (6-3)
Ohio State (1) (7-2)

311
292
282
277
267
252
210
147
118
77

Other teams receiving votes
In alphabetical order:
Army, Auburn, Duke, Florida,
Florida State, Georgia Tech, Il-
linois, Iowa, Kentucky, Mary-
land, Miami, Michigan State,
Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri,
Oregon, Oregon State, Penn
State, Stanford, Syracuse, UC-
LA, Washington, Wyoming.

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BIG BILL YEARBY MOVES in on an unidentifiable Minnesota
ball carrier in last year's battle for the Little Brown Jug. All-
American Yearby's quick pursuit and sure tackling will play a
key role in Michigan's chances in the '65 conference race.

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moved into the tackle spot from
a guard position. Ironically, four
of the six defensive linemen are
playing in different spots than
where they were last year or in
high school.
"You just don't find better ball
players than Yearby," was Hol-
loway's comment y e s t e r d a y.
"Yearbs" has been slimming down
too-he played most of last year
at about 235, but now tips the
scales at 222. Yearby's rugged play
on the line, and catlike speed in
pursuit won him All-America hon-
ors on almost everyody's rating
last year, and looks like a cinch

fully. He is playing the position
now as if he'd been a guard all of
his life.
"Another point is that we try to
keep the best ball players in the
game, and since we have a great
pair of linebackers in Tom Cec-
chini and Frank Nunley, Dehlin
might have to alternate with
them or ride the bench. He had
the build that would make it pos-
sible for him to play guard, and
he has done a fine Job so far."
Next to Dehlin is Bob Mielke, a
210 pound junior. Mielke was
thrown into the lineup early last
year and played 161 minutes, in-
cluding 33 in the Rose Bowl.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Minnesota 89 54 622
Chicago 82 61 .573
Baltimore 80 60 .571
Cleveland 77 63 .550:
Detroit 78 64 .549
New York 69 75 .479;
California 66 77 .461
Washington 62 80 .437;
Boston 56 87 .392
Kansas City 51 89 .364

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
California 7, Kansas City 2
Minnesota 10, Chicago 4
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Cleveland (n)
New York at Chicago (n)
California at Washington (n)
Minnesota at Boston (n)
Kansas City at Baltimore (2, t-n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct, GB
San Francisco 79 59 G572 -
Cincinnati 80 61.567 14
x-Los Angeles 79 61 .564 1
Milwaukee 77 62 .554 21
Pittsburgh 77 66 .538 41/
Philadelphia 71 68 .511 8Y2
St. Louis 70 71 .496 101j2
x-Chicago 65 76 .461151/2
Houston 60 81 .426 201/2
New York 45 98 .315 36%,
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 4, Houston 0
Cincinnati 3, New York 2
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (rain)
Chicago at Los Angeles (inc)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at New York (n)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (n)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh n()
Houston at Los Angeles (n)
Chicago at SansFrancisco (n)
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