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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'M' Faces 'Poise' Problem, Mason Says

TEXAS RATED FIRST:

Michigan Falls from Top Ten

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By HOWARD KOHN
Contrary to the old proverb that
says, . "Action will remove the
doubt that theory cannot solve,"
three weeks of football action at
Michigan have raised more ques-
tions, rather than answered the
original ones.
Is Michigan capable of produc-
ing a championship team, or even
a winning team? Yes, according
to. grid critics before the 'season
opened, but after three lackluster'
performances the answer is not
as decisive.
Tony's Theory
"They lack poise," explained
Tony Mason, offensive line coach.
"It's something that has to be
acquired. It isn't coachable.
"Poise 'is the diffierence between
an adequate 'player and a good
player. It gives him that extra
surety in making a tackle or
catching a pass."

Mason also noted that, "No team
has stopped us yet. Penalties, like
the one that took away a first
quarter touchdown against Geor-
gia, plus fumbles and pass inter-
ceptions have been our biggest
problems."
Costly Boo Boo
In the Georgia game, Michigan
was penalized only 51 yards and
lost only one fumble. but the
fumble stopped an offensive drive
in Georgia territory as did two of
the penalties. Michigan. outpassed
and outrushed the Bulldogs in the
first half, but managed only a
one-point lead by intermission.
"In the second half, Georgia
was the better team," admitted
Mason, "but I'd like to play them
for a living instead of the Big Ten
teams." The consensus seems to
be that Georgia was not that ex-
ceptional, but that Michigan was
even less so.
Instances where the Wolverine

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defense had the Bulldogs pinned this Saturday against the unbeat-
on their own one-yard-line (once en Spartans of Michigan State in
with first down and again with the first conference game for the
fourth down) and allowed the of- Maize and Blue. "We're going to
fense to escape without any dam- play like the devil to beat State,"
age did little to help Michigan's said a confident Elliott. "They
chances. have a good team and we'll have
The South Is Avenged to be at our best."
The loss snapped an eight game Commenting on the showings of
winning streak and became the MSU this season, Mason exclaim-
first mark in the loser's column ed, "They play like pros-and if
for Michigan against teams below they get any bigger, they ought
the Mason-Dixon line in modern to be judged illegal." The Spar-
football history. tans, ranked No. 5 in the country,
Head coach Bump Elliott sum- have two of the biggest men in
med up the contest by saying, "We the Big Ten in 256-pound Harold
were expecting a tough game and Lucas and 258-pound Charley
we got it." Smith.
Michigan's crucial test will come Michigan will hold "closed prac-
tices" this week in preparation for
the annual battle with State.
Detwiler Unsure
'm n tn ea Halfback Jim Detwiler, spark-
plug of the Michigan backfield,
FCa who reinjured his knee last week,
Oaf. OR t is working out with the team. Det-
wiler twisted the knee in the
North Carolina opener, sat out the
F ina ┬žearn California tilt and then lost his
balance in the third quarter
against Georgia wrenching the
ATHENS, Ga. (P) - As the knee once again.
plane touched down right on "He has either a torn or loose
schedule, a deafening roar went cartilage in his knee, but the in-
up from thousands gathered at jury is not one that would hamper
Ben Epps Airport Saturday night his running," explained Dr. Pen-
to greet the victorious Univer- nis Burke, team doctor.
sity of Georgia's football team. Backfield in Motion
The plane taxied up to the Dave Fisher and Carl Ward, the
main gate as the band struck up otlier two members of the starting
Glory to Old Georgia and fans offensive backfield, are expected
intoxicated by the Bulldogs' 15-7 to be at full strength this weekend

game. Elliott indicated that "the
next couple of days should tell his
starting status." If he isn't able
to compete, junior Ken Wright
will remain in his position.
Bye Bye Clayton
Elliott plans only one major
change for MSU. He will switch
defensive end Clayt Wilhite to an
offensive end slot.
Dick Vidmer will stay as first-
string signal-caller, according to
Elliott, with Wally Gabler as
back-up man.

By The Associated Press
For the first time since Novem-
ber of last season, Michigan's
Wolverines are no longer among

straight victory, collected 25 first
place votes and 368 points. Points
are figured on a basis of 10 for
first, nine for second, etc.

the nation's top 10 collegiate foot- Nebraska, which bombed Iowa
ball teams. State 44-0, received 10 first place
Texas and Nebraska were the votes and 355 points.
solid 1-2 choices yesterday as the Behind the first two came Ar-
Wolverines, along with Louisiana kansas, 3-0; Georgia's upset
State and Kentucky, dropped out kings, 3-0; Michigan State, 3-0;
of the running in the Associated Purdue, 2-0-1; Notre Dame, 2-1;
Press' weekly college football poll. Southern California, 2-0-1; Mis-
Texas Gets Vote- 'sissippi State 3-0 and Florida, 2-
Texas held its No. 1 rating on 1.
a heavy first place vote while l Purdue, second a week ago fol-
Nebraska moved up from third
and replaced tied Purdue in sec-
ond place.
The Longhorns, 27-12 victors The offorts of th
over Indiana for their third

lowing its conquest of Notre
Dame, dropped four notches as a
result of a 14-14 tie with South-
ern Methodist, a team that -had
been trounced earlier 42-0 by Il-
linois.
NOT Number One
Georgia, upsetters of Alabama
earlier, advanced from 10th to
fourth on its 15-7 upending of
seventh ranked Michigan.
Louisiana State, fifth-ranked a
week ago, was beaten by Florida,
14-7. Sixth-ranked Kentucky was
ambushed at Auburn, 23-18.

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Pro Standings

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Detroit
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San Fra
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Los An
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Dallas
Clevelan
New Yo
St. Lou
Philade
W ashin
Pittsbur

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Western Division
W L T Pct.
3 0 0 1.000
Bay 3 0 801.000
ancisco 2 1 0 .667
re 2 1 0 .667
ngeles 1 2 0 .333
ota 1 2 0 .333
0 3 0 .000
Eastern Division
W L T Pet.
2 1 0 .667
nk 2 1 0 .667
rk 2 1 0 .667
is 2 1 0 .667
iphia 1 2 0 .333
gton 0 3 0 .000
rgh 0 3 01 .000

PF PA
65 39
84 40
103 68
79 60
65 86
83 101
66 105
PF PA
76 29
65 73
41 58
96 60
65 78
24 58
39 91

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The top ten with first place
votes in parentheses:
1. Texas (25) 3-0 368
2. Nebraska (10) 3-0 355
3. Arkansas (1) 3-0 285
4. Georgia (3) 3-0 250
5. Michigan State 3-0, 219
6. Purdue (1) 2-0-1 182
7. Notre Dame 2-1 182
8. Southern Calif. 2-0-1 108
9. Miss. State 3-0 47
10. Florida 2-1 46
Others receiving votes in-
cludes: Alabama, Auburn, Duke,
Kentucky, Louisiana S t a t'e,
Michigan, Missouri, Ohio State,
Oregon, Stanford, Syracuse,
West Virginia, Wyoming.

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upset of Michigan chanted "damn
good team! damn good team!"
Then the door opened and out
stepped a middle-aged dowager
returning from a .shopping trip
to Atlanta.
Silence flowed over the front
rows, then a new chant was start-
ed which carried the word to the
rcar:
"Wrong damn plane! , Wrong
damn plane!"

after sitting on the bench during
the second half last Saturday.
Both suffered hip bruises in first
half action.
Guard Barry Dehlin, who has
not played since the first quarter
of the season opener, is still a
question mark for the upcoming.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 20, Dallas 13
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 14, Washington 10
Cleveland 35, Philadelphia 17
Baltimore 27, San Francisco 24
Green Bay 23, Chicago 14
Minnesota 38, Los Angeles 35
New York 23, Pittsburgh 13
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L T Pct. PF
Buffalo 4 0 0 1.000 104
Houston 2 2 0 .500 89
New York 0 4 0 .000 65
Boston 0 4 0 .000 44
Western Division
W L T Pct. PF
San Diego 3 0 1 1.000 92
Kansas City 2 1 1 .667 61
Oakland 2 2 0 .500 76
Denver 2 2 0 .500 89
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
San Diego 31, Houston 14
Denver 16, New York 13
Kansas City 27, Boston 17
Buffalo 17, Oakland 12

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-Daiy-Jim Lines
MICHIGAN HALFBACK CARL WARD ,is grabbed from behind
by an unidentifiable Georgia tackler. Though unsuccessful in
this particular situation, Ward is known for his ability to slip
unscathed from similar predicaments. Recovered from a minor
injury, the junior speedster faces another rough chore Saturday
against 1MSU.
GRID SELECTIONS
It was a heartbreaking week. Michigan, Purdue, Iowa, and poor
old St. Procopius failed to come through and if you got half right,
you did better than most.
There was a winner though. Charles Tyler of Michigan House,
West Quad, won two tickets to "Marriage on the Rocks" now showing
at the Michigan Theatre. He has the chance to compete for our
Giant Grand Prize after the ,ast contest week.
This week features the East Stroudsburg State and Kutztown
State game at Kutztown. So get your entry blanks at the Daily
and have them in before midnight Friday. No nore than one entry
perperson,, -
All in all it promises to be .a -week of rationality and skillfull
,selections. Indeed, the results couldn't possibly get more unpredictable.
THIS WEEKS GAMES

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EASE PRESSURE-SAVE TIME-IMPROVE CONCENTRATION
You can read 150-200 pages an hour using the ACCFLERATED READING method.
You'll learn to comprehend at speeds of 1,000 to 2,000 words a minute. And retention is
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This is NOT a skimming method; you.definitely read every word.
You can apply the ACCELERATED READING method to textbooks'ond factual material
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Demonstrations will be held:
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The Bell Tower Inn is located at 200 S. Thayer St. (Across from Hill Auditorium)
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Michigan St. at MICHIGAN
Purdue at Iowa
Oregon St. at Northwestern
Illinois at Ohio State
Indiana at 1Minnesota
Wisconsin at Nebraska
Oklahoma vs. Texas at Dallas
Clemson at Georgia
Southern Cal at Washington
Florida at Mississippi
Syracuse at UCLA,

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Chicago
13. California at Air Force
14. Penn State at Boston College
15. Oregon at Stanford
16. Pittsburgh at Duke
17. North Carolina at North
Carolina State
18. Kansas State at Missouri
19. Pennsylvania at Dartmouth
20. East Stroudsburg St. at
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