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PAGE SIX

THE 311CRIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1965

PAGE SIX TUE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1965

Injuries Strike 'M' Detwiler, Dehlin Hobbled

By HOWARD KOHN
That omnipresent phantom that
lurks around football teams-in-
juryities--took a swipe at Michi-
gan last Saturday - leaving two
gridders hobbled and another a
"serious questi'on mark," .accord-
ing to Coach Bump Elliott.
Several Wolverines, playing un-
der "the warm Carolina sun"
against the North Carolina Tar
Heels, limped off the field with a
combination of heat attrition and
leg injuries. A weekend of relaxa-
tion has reduced the heat - sym-
toms, but the, leg injuries remain
to worry coaches and fans.
'Det' and Dehlin
Halfback Jim Detwiler and
guard Barry Dehlin failed to suit
up for yesterday's workout. Both
suffered knee injuries in Chapell

Hill and "are under observation
and will be resting for the next
few days," according to Elliott.
X-rays taken by the team doc-
tors Monday showed no fractures,
but the pair are using crutches to
get around.
No decision has been made as
to when either player will be able
to return to the starting lineup.
Detwiler racked up a total of 50
yafds before going to the sidelines
SaturdaysLast season he gained
282 yards 'in '70 attempts.
Knee Surgery
Dehlin underwent surgery to
repair his other knee in the middle
of last season.
Another starter, Paul "Chief"
Johnson who was doubled up on a
second-quarter play, is not com-
pletely healthy either. Specula-

tion that the hulking tackle suf-
fered a broken or cracked rib was
dispelled by Elliott, but his "bruis-
ed rib" will limit any heavy body
contact for a few days.
Johnson took part in yesterday's
light workout but reportedly felt
"very sore" after the practice.

Defensive back Rick Volk, who
returned three punts for 70 yards
in the North Carolina game de-
spite a bothersome pulled muscle,
also practiced with the team with
no apparent loss of speed.
He should be ready to start
against California on Saturday,

IRISH ON TOP AGAIN:
Wolverines Fourth
In National Ratings

along with halfback Carl Ward
who was bumped all over the field
last week.
Changes in the starting eleven
for the wounded Wolverines may
i n c 1 u d e switching defensive
safety-man Rick Sygar to Det-
wiler's position in the offensive
backfield with Mike Bass moving
into Sygar's slot, according to
Elliott.
Fisher Healthy
Dave Fisher, junior fullback, is
one of the few healthy backs on
the "M" squad. He succumbed to
the oppressive combination of
heat and humidity in Kenan Sta-
dium but is apparently fully re-
covered.
The North Carolina weather
with temperatures soaring past
100 degrees on the field forced
Elliott to foresake his sometimes
conservative substitution policy.
All 38 men that travelled to Cha-
pel Hill were used in the action.
Stayed Intact
Only the five-man interior of-
fensive line stayed intact during
the contest. Line coach Tony Ma-
son described the perspiration-
decorated marathon as "a real
effort on the part of every man."
On defense, anyone with pre-
vious linebacking experience was,

shoved into the Tar Heel combus-
tion chamber to "chase the quar-
terback."
Elliott commended the sopho-
mores who received their first
taste of collegiate competition
saying, "They played up to hope-
ful expectation."
The quarterback rivalry be-
tween Dick Vidmer and Wally
Gabler still remained to be settled
after their initial performances.
The two took turns directing the
team with each displaying both
sides of the ability coin.
'On Same Plane'
Vidmner gained 39 yards through
the air on four completions while
Gabler netted 35 with two good
passes. Elliott feels that "they are
still on the same plane" and plans
on alternating them in the Cali-
fornia tilt.,
As the Wolverines prepare for
their second game of the season
against the Golden Bears, one of
the big corrections being em-
phasized 'is fumbling. Michigan'
juggled the ball five times in its
opener putting considerable pres-
sure on the defense.
Attention is also being paid to
defense of the short sideline aerial
which North Carolina worked ef-
fectively.

LLOYD GRAFF
Hush Puppy Caper
At Chapel Hill
"Y'all. get fraas, slawtwaw, and hush puppies." the stout, matron-
ly waitress drawled.
"I get what?"
"Fraas, slawawaw, and hush puppies," said the belle of the fish
house.
"What was that again, please?"
"Fraas, slawawaw, and hush puppies," she shrieked as if I was a
lip reader.
"Oh, you mean french fries, cole slaw, and what?"
"HUSH PUPPIES."
"Yes, hush puppies. What are hush puppies if you don't mind?"
And then with that marvelous talent that so few mortals are
blessed with she struck at the nub of the matter with truly startling
profundity.
"Why, y'all must not be from South."
Suddenly thunderous guffaws bounced around the restaurant
and 60 beady, superior looking eyes, stared at the dimwit Northern
furriner, and eight more brilliant souls echoed the waitress' wondrous
epigram.
"Why y'all must not be from the South."
Not from Dixie ..*.
"No, I'm a Yankee," I perfunctorily answered as I buried my
head in The New Republic to ward off the innuendoish glances,
Needless tosay, the rest of the meal was an anti-climax. And
those hush puppies, whatever, they were made of, were rather tasty.

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By The Associated Press
Michigan amassed 289 points
and two first place ballots to take
fourth place in the first regular
season vote by a panel of Asso-
ciated Press sportswriters and
sportcasters.
Notre Dame, an impressive
opening game winner over Cali-
fornia, was named the No. 1 col-
lege football team.,
Nebraska, the preseason poll
leader, finished a close-up second
to the Irish, after running over
Texas Christian. Texas drew
support from its romp over Tu-
lane, leaving fourth place to the
Wolverines after their 31-24 vic-
tory over North Carolina.
Arkansas beat Oklahoma State,
Purdue romped over Miami. of
Ohio, and Louisiana State, Flor-
ida, Syracuse, and Kentucky won
to finish off the ratings in that
order. Alabama was the only mem-
ber of the preseason Top Ten to

Other teams receiving votes included
Georgia, Iowa, Michigan State, Minne-
sota, Mississippi, Mississippi State,
Ohio State, Oregon State, Penn State,
Southern California, Stanford, Tennes-
see, Texas Tech, West Virginia, Wyom-
ing.
'Illegal' Play
Beats 'Bamra
By The Associated Press
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-The Bir-
mingham News said yesterday
that Georgia beat Alabama Sat-
urday with an illegal touchdown.
Thetouchdown came with two
minutes left and Alabama ahead
17-10.
The play started on the Georgia
27 with a pass from quarterback
Kirby Moore to end Pat Hodgson.
Hodgson lateraled to halfback
Bob Taylor, who made the touch-
down.
The paper said that sequence
pictures show that Hodgson's
knees were on the ground after
he caught the pass.
The rule book says that "the
ball becomes dead and the down
is ended when a runner allows
any part of his person other than
hand or foot to touch the ground."

*

A sojourn into the South for a football game is quite
ience for an insulate Yankee. The hush puppies and a
incidents stand out in recollection after a swift two days.

an exper-
few other

lose.
Listed below are the
this week's poll.
1. Notre Dame 24 (1-0)
2. Nebraska 16 (1-0)
3. Texas 7 (1-0)
4. MICHIGAN 2 (1-0)
5. Arkansas 4 (1-0)
6. Purdue (1-0)
7. Louisiana State (1-0)
8. Florida (1-0)
9. Syracuse (1-0)
10. Kentucky (1-0)

results of
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376
289
280
208
164
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THIS WEEK'S G1
1. California at MICH]
(pick score)
2. Michigan State at P
3. USC at Wisconsin
4. Texas Tech at Texas
5. Notre Dame at Purd
6. Uorth Carolina at. O
i. Northwestern at Ind
8. Nebraska at Air For
9. Washington St. at M
10. Iowa vs. Oregon St.s
Portland
11. SMU at Illinois
12. Rice at LSU
13. Vanderbilt at Georg
14. Holy Cross at Harva
15. Washington at Bayl
16. Tulsa at Arkansas
17. West. Mich. at Centi
18. Mississippi at KentY
19. Navy at Stanford
20. Whitewater St. at R

SELECTIONS
AMES Three ties, including Mankato
IGAN and Stout State, along with a few
upsets -paved the way for this
enn State week's intuitive grid picks winner,
Mike Rohrer of South Forest who
s had 15 games correct.
ue Rohrer won two tickets to the
hio State Michigan Theater which is cur-
iana rently showing "Carry On Cleo."
ce Among the interesting entries
linnesota were a pair of girls from Betsy
At Barbour who submitted selections
that were exact opposites of one
another. While one girl finished
second, her roomie was dead last.

There was swarthy Hugo who sat next to me in the press box.
A transistor radio in one hand and a chubby El Producto in the other,
Hugo .didn't mind at all blowing stogee fumes into the face of a
Michigan fan. Hugo was actually much more interested in the Duke-
Virginia game on the radio than the action on the field, but when
Danny Talbott completed a pass, he made a special point of sending
over some extra smoke, to emphasize the Carolina completion.
Grinding it oit . .
There was the pleasure of observing the crunching perfection of
grind-it-out-football in the first 20 minutes when Michigan looked
a sure bet for national champion, and then the discomfort of watch-
ing an inferior North Carolina team stymie a heat weary Michigan
squad early in the second half. There was the joy of seeing Jim
Detwiler crash behind a tremendous offensive line, and the fearful
moment when he sat helplessly on the turf with a banged up knee.
And there was the feeling that Michigan has to find a quarter-
back who knows he's going to play a whole game to add stability to
the team, coupled with the thought that it would be a shame to have
either Wally Gabler or Dick Vidmer wasting on the bench.
And there was the pervasive red clay, the fried chicken in the
press box, the wilted collars, and the guy with the Confederate flag.
And there was the joker who yelled with contempt "let the civil
rights press through," as I tried to weave my way amongst the crowd.
Those folks can smell a Yankee a mile away.
It was a great trip-for a weekend.

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Kansas City 8, Minnesota 2
Baltimore 4, California 2
Cleveland 5, Detroit 4 (14 inn)
TODAY'S GAMES
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Baltimore at California
Kansas City at Minnesota
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