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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15.1965

PAGE STX THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1965

-North
Bulletin
T h i s Saturday's Michigan-
North Carolina game will be
televised live by station WKBD,
UHF channel 50 in Detroit.
Coverage will begin at 1:20 p.m.,
Ann Arbor time. The kickoff is
scheduled for 1:30.
By HOWARD KOHN
Hustle and scrambling may not
be the most obvious methods of
winning a football game, but the
Tar Heels of North Carolina will
chance this approach against the
high-ranked Michigan Wolverines
Saturday at Chapel Hill.
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Missing the "bullish power of
last season," according to head
coach Jim Hickey, the Tar Heels
will counter with. speed and
agility.
Dave Riggs and Jimmy Byrd
characterize an offensive attack
which offers quick, daring plays.
Riggs, the fleetest runner off last
year's freshman squad, will ex-
pectedly open in the halfback po-
sition. The sophomore stands
only 5'9."

Byrd, the wingback, is an inch
shorter and weighs just 155. He
is an ex-quarterback filling the
spot vacated by injured Bud
Philips.
Byrd Flies
"If Byrd catches a ball in the
open," says Hickey, now in his sev-
enth year at North Carolina,
"he'll be hard to stop. He has
fine moves and exceptional speed."
The remainder of the backfield
will be headed by quarterback

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Danny Talbott, the only back with
previous game experience.
Talbott is rated as a deadly
passer with preference for the
rambling, roll-out play. Last sea-
son, he directed a 21-15 upset
over Michigan State and a 23-0
trouncing of Wake Forest before
suffering a leg injury which side-
lined him the rest of the cam-
paign.
Also in the backfield is fullback
Max Chapman. Last year, Chap-
man .played behind Ken Willard,
first-round draft choice of the
San Francisco 49er's, and carried
the ball only once.
Greenhorns
Lack of experience could be a
serious drawback for the Tar
Heels when they tangle with the
Wolverines crack defensive unit.
Coach Hickey has, however, an
offensive ace-in-the-hole in sig-

nal-caller Talbott who doubles as
a field goal and PAT kicking spe-
cialist.
Hickey has good reason to em-!
phasize this aspect of the sport
since North Carolina lost three
games last season by the margin
of a kick.
Supplementing Talbott will be!
two-year veteran Bill Edwards
who has a career average in
punting of over 40 yards per boot
and sophomore Charlie Carr who
booms the ball from placement,
Unusual Trio
"It is unusual that you find
three starters who have such ex-
pert kicking, ability," notes Hickey,
happily anticipating the full ex-I
tent of their potential.
North Carolina on defense will
present a weathered, well-trained

teed, Agility
platoon with several returning tackle, a sideline heckler reported-
lettermen. Anchoring the solid ly yelled, "Put in two centers and
front line will be end Bo Wood, a let both of them try to stop him "
230-pound senior considered to be Hickey has prepared his team
of the most promising in Tar Heel both mentally and physically for
history. the game.
Tackles Hank Sadler and Joe Quarterback Talbott echoed the
Churchill will also be back from sentiments of the squad when he
the 1964 varsity along witti sopho- said, "I'm looking forward to fac-
more middle guard Joe Fratangelo. ing Michigan. We want to play
the best. .
Fratangelo compiled a sensa- -the best...
tional record in high school, and
has impressed the North Carolina
grid critics. After onescrimmage uIIT Eve
in which he made tackle after F imeQ v

SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
CHUCK VETZNER
AlIRPORT
LIMOUSINES
for information cal
663-8300
Tickets are available
at Travel Bureaus or
the Michigan Union
ning Employment

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Minnesota 93 54 .633
Baltimore 82 63 .566
Chicago 83 64 .565
Detroit 81 65 .555
Cleveland 77 66 .538
New York 72 76 .486
Calif ornia 68 79 .463
Washington 64 82 .438
Boston 57 90 .388
Kansas City 53 91 .366
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 4, Kansas City 3
Los Angeles 7, Chicago 1
naltimore 5-1, Detroit 3-7
Boston 5, Cleveland 4 (13 inn)
New York 3, Washington 1
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Baltimore (n)
Cleveland at Boston (n)
New York at Washington (n)
Kansas City at Minnesota (n)
Chicago at Los Angeles (t-n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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11%.
14
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25
36
38%

Funny how people who thinks
they are born losers manage to
win The Daily football contest.
Look at Jay L. Byrd who won last
season's first contest.
Mr. Byrd was taken by com-
plete surprise when he was de-
clared the winner. Unfortunately,
he was never able to use his prize
of two free tickets at the Mich-
{"igan, Theatre (currently showing
"Shenandoah").
{ n Mr. Byrdsmailed in his entry,
and carelessly forgot to includeC
the Zip Code. We hope Mr. Byrdt
tries again this year if he getsf
The Daily at Leavenworth.
If you don't want to take anyt
chances pick up an entry blank at
The Daily office. 420 Maynard
St. The deadline is midnight Fri-
day and there are severe penal-
MR. BYRD ties for tardiness.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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Golf Tourney
An open golf tournament for
all independents, graduate stu-
dents, and faculty will be held
this Sunday on the Michigan
Golf Course. Starting times will
be from 7-9 a.m. Four man
teams or individuals must enter
by Saturday.

Clay To Meet
Floyd for Title
NEW YORK (/P)-Heavyweight
champion Cassius Clay said yes-
terday he would make his next
title defense against' Floyd Pat-
terson, the former champion, but
that the date and site had not
been determined. Clay said he
hoped to fight beforeaChristmas.
The champion said he did not
know about a press conference
that had been calledstocannounce
the fight and said it was "a little
rushed."
Asked if the date would be Nov.
22 and the site Las Vegas, as had
been reported, Clay said, "that
would be a mistake. I didn't agree
to anything like that."
Archie Foster, a member of the
Louisville group that has Clay
under contract, said that Inter-
Continental Sports, Inc., would be
the promoter and SportsVision
would handle the closed circuit
television.

AGE 18-35
If you are free four evenings each week and occasionally on Saturday,
you can maintain your studies and still enjoy a part-time job doing
special interview work that will bring an average weekly income of $67.
If you are neat appearing and a hard worker call Mr. Jones at 761-
1488 Monday-Friday. No other times.
We are also interested in full-time employment.

Rifle Club
An organizational meeting of
the Michigan Rifle Club will be
held today at 7:15 p.m. at the
ROTC rifle range near Forest
and North University. All those
interested are invited to attend.

San Francisco
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Chicago
Houston
New York

W L Pct. GB
85 59 .590 -
82 63 .566 3Y2
82 63 .566 3 /,
79 65 .549 6
79 68 .537 7
75 68 .524 9j2
71 73 .493 14
66 81 .449 201A
61 85 A18 25
46 101 .313 40%/,

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1
San Francisco 7, Houston 5 (10 inn)
Cincinnati 13, New York ,6
Philadelphia 2, Milwaukee 0
St. Louis 3, Pittsburgh 2
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (n)
IMiwaukee at Philadelphia (n)
Cincinnati at New York (n)
San Francisco at Houston (n)
Los Angeles at Chicago
INN!.

1. MICHIGAN at North Carolina
(score)
2. Texas Christian at Nebraska
3. UCLA at Michigan State
4. Alabama at Georgia
5. Notre Dame at California
6. Oregon State at Illinois
7. Kansas State at Indiana
8. Washington State at Iowa
9. Minnesota at Southern Cal
10. Florida at.Northwestern
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11. Purdue at Miami (Ohio)
12. Colorado at Wisconsin
13 Syracuse at Navy
14. Air Force at Wyoming
15. Army at Tennessee
16. Auburn at Baylor
17. Buffalo at Boston College
18. Arkansas vs. Oklahoma State
at Little Rock -
19. Mankato at Stout State
20. Mars Hill at Catawba

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