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iGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA LGE SEVEN

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Blue
(Continued from Page 1)
mentum they needed to put the
game out of reach; however, they
never seemed to be able to get
that "big" play that would keep
a drive going. It was here that
big Jim Detwiler, who sat out the
r entire game with a knee injury,

Sputter

But

Avoid

Georgia.
Dehlin a Question
Defensive guard Barry Dehlin is
still under observation for his knee
injury incurred last week and no
prediction as to when he will be
back in action was made yester-
day.

While California looked better
in the second quarter than in the
first, picking up 55 yards= on the
ground and 11 in the air, no one
expected that the Golden Bears
would even make a contest out of
the third meeting between the two
schools.
Michigan's second fumble re-
covery of the day came on the first
play of the second half when
Gabler dropped the kickoff on -the
22-yard line. The ball bounced
forward to the Michigan 49 where
Tom Mack piled on top of it. This
was another break for the Wol-
verines, and it looked as if they
were going to capitalize on it.
Six running plays later the
Wolves were on the Cal 30, and
then Vidmer hurled a strike to
Clancy foar 13 more yards. Vidmer
faded back to pass once more, but
the ball was deflected in the air
and was intercepted by Cal's Greg
Palamountain who returned it to
the California 25-yard line.
Opportunity
California seized the opportun-
ity that the interception had given
them and started on what might
have been a traditional Ohio State
drive keeping the ball on the,
ground except when they were
forced to pass. Berry tucked the
ball under his arm and swept both
ends time after time. With a third
and eight situation on the 50
yard line Berry passed to John
Beasley for 11, then returned to
the ground for nine more plays.
As Berry faded back to pass on
the Michigan 16, three flags were
thrown, and the Wolverine line-
men seemed to hesitate in their
rush just long enough for Berry
to throw a perfect strike to half-
back Ted Parks on the goal line.
Parks tumbled into the endzone
with two Michigan defenders for
the Golden Bears' only tally of
the day.
After the California touchdown
the Wolverines started on a drive
from the 26 that sputtered on the

Upset'
With the ball on the California
20, Vidmer, who had been doing
some spectacular ballhandling all
day, threw the ball in the general
direction of Fisher who couldn't
back up fast enough to get it, and
Palamountain recovered for Cal
to end Michigan's last attempt to
score.
This set up California's dra-
matic closing minute drive that
was squelched by the fumble,
their only one of the day, on the
Michigan 12.

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-Daily-Richard Cooper

TOSSING A LATERAL intended for halfback Rick Sygar,
Michigan quarterback Dick Vidmer throws away the football in
yesterday's action at Michigan Stadium. The miscue thwarted a
second-half Wolverine threat against the Golden Bears.
California 46 yard line, and Stan kicked for the second time in th
Kemp was called in to kick. Kemp game and the play went for6
got off his best boot of the day, yards to the Michigan 6-yard lin(
and it was downed on the Cali- After still another exchangec
fornia four yard line to end the punts, Michigan started on its la
quarter. drive of the day. Two 15-yar
California managed to get it passes to mammoth Steve Smi
out to their 29 where Berry quick- highlighted the eight-play seri
Minamide 3 18 6.0
Too Close I Berry 15 73 4.9

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-Daily-Jim Lines
CAL'S DAN BERRY SWEEPS around the end eluding the
diving grasp of a Michigan defender. Berry brought the Golden
Bears attack to life yesterday driving for 73 yards on the ground
and completing four of ten passes.

was missed the most. Although
Sygar played a solid game picking
up 60 yards in 14 attempts, he
simply doesn't have that same
crushing power that Detwiler is
so well known for. The 225-pound
Junior is expected to be in the
lineup next weekend against

Another starter was felled by a
twisted knee yesterday as Bill
Keating was forced to leave the
game in the third quarter. After
the game Elliott said that "he was
banged up pretty bad, but no de-
cision has been reached as to what
shape he is in."

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1, .1

First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Rusbes. No.
Net yards
Passes, No.
Net yards
Total Plays
Punts, No.
Average distance
Fumbles, No.
Lost by
Penalties, No.
Yards penalized
MICHIGAN
CALIFORNIA

CAL. MICH.
14 17
10 10
3 6
1 1
50 54
183 223
12 16
45 103
6z 70
8 4'
42 41
0 3
0 1
4 2
10 20
3 7 0 0--10
0 0 7 0-7

Differing Philosophies:

WAYNE STATE:
MICHIGAN:

Lynch
Totals
Gabler
Vidmer
Totals
Hunt
Berry
Totals
P
Clancy
Smith
Totals
Reist
Bradley
Parks
Totals
Kemp
Berry.

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10
194

PASSING
Michigan
Att. Comp.
2 0
14 8
16 8
California
Att. Compj
2 0
10 4
12, _ 4

2.5
3.7
Yds.
0
103
103
Yds.
0
45
45

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IT ISN'T TRUE THAT UNIVESITY
MEN ONLY WEAR SNEAKES
The popularity of the dirty sneaker is not to be'
disputed, but university men do wear other styles,
and our on-campus shops across the country keep
us informed as to -current preferences. From our
comprehensive collections, we show this year's
favorites: the cordovan leather oxford, 23.50,.the
double-sole leather moccasin, 15.50, the low side-
gore boat, $15, the ubiquitous sneaker, 9.50.
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"The University shall continue to operate a bookstore whose
purpose is to provide service to the students. In keeping with this
general policy, the Bookstore shall sell books at reasonable dis-
counts." (Wayne State Board of Governors, March 18, 1965)
"Resolved, That it is not and will not be the policy of the Re-s
gents of the University of Michigan to encourage or approve
the establishment of co-operative mercantile organizations with-
in University buildings or under circumstances that will give
such enterprises special advantages in the way of lower rents,
freedom from taxation, or other co-operation on the part of the
University." (Regents' Ruling R.P. 1926-29)
WHY?
-SGC Committee on the University Bookstore

PASS RECEIN
Michigan
Californi
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Sygar
Ward
Fisher
Vidmer
Totals
Reist
Relies
Hunt

RUSHING
Michigan
Tries
14
15
15
10
54.
California
Tries"
12
14
2

Net
60
75
58
30
2233
Net
30
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2 23 11.5
4 45 11.2
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Yesterday's Results

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GRID PICKS
MICHIGAN 10, California 7
Michigan State 23, Penn State 0
USC 26, Wisconsin 6
Texas 33, Texas Tech 7
Purdue 25, Notre Dame 21
Northwestern 20, Indiana 0
North Carolina 14, Ohio State 3
Nebraska 27, Air Force 17
Washington 14, Minnesota 13
Iowa 27, Oregon State 7
Illinois 42, SMU 0
LSU 42, Rice 14
Georgia 24, Vanderbilt 10
Harvard 17, Holy Cross 7
Baylor 17, Washington 14
Arkansas 20, Tulsa 12
Western Mich. 21, Central Mich. 13
Kentucky 16, Mississippi 7
Navy 7, Stanford 7

OTHER SCORES
Connecticut 13, Yale 6
Cornell 0, Colgate 0
Army21, VMI 7
Princeton 32, Rutgers 6
Maryland 24, Ohio University 7
North Carolina St. 13, Wake Forest 11
Clemson 30, Virginia 14
West Virginia 34, William & Mary 14
Texas A & M 14, Georgia Tech 10
Auburn 13, Tennssee 13
Dartmouth 56, New Hampshire 6
Miami (Fla) 24, Syracuse 0
Boston College 28, Vlllanova 0
Pittsburgh 13, Oklahoma 9
Missouri 13, Oklahoma State 0
Mississippi St. 18, Florida 13
Arizona 23, Kansas 15
Iowa State 38, Pacific 13
Idaho 17, San Jose St. 7
Montana St. 17, Wichita St. 6

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answers your questions, about the world's fastest
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Nothing is so versatile for
every man's wardrobe as
this natural shoulder
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vent in the true tradition
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(Maj. Daniel, a test pilot since 1954, is a member
of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots. He
received a B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering
from the University of Oklahoma. In February
1962, he set world class time-to-climb records in a
T-38 jet trainer.)
Is the YF-12A the world's fastest manned aircraft?
It certainly is. On May 1 of this year the YF-12A
(formerly known as the A-11) reclaimed the world
absolute speed record from the USSR. It was
clocked at 2,062 mph over Edwards Air Force Base.
How big is the YF-12A?
The exact dimensions of the YF-12A have not been
released yet. But it's approximately 100 feet long,
with about a 50-foot wingspan. That's half again
as big as our present interceptors!
Is the Air Force training many men
as pilots these days?
Yes, very definitely. In spite of all you hear about

Air Force officer. The new two-year Air Force
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