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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1?, 1965

PAI~,~ ~TY TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1965

Detwiler's Season Ends Early Wills, Koufax Lead L

A

Win

By RICK STERN
r Exciting Jim Detwiler, who
thrilled Michigan fans with his;
explosive running all last season,
and was expected to spark the
Wolverine offeise again this year,
undergoes surgery in University
Hospital today.
For Detwiler, the short, painful
season is over. He went down for
the three count against Michigan
State and didn't get up. The knife
which cuts into Detwiler's wrack-
ed knee this morning cuts a. still
deeper wound into Michigan's
football hopes for the 1965 season.
Elliott Deejected
A dejected Bump. Elliott yester-
day summed up the physical con-
dition of the junior left halfback.
"Yes, it's definitely a torn carti-
lage, and the medical staff at the
hospital decided that surgery was
the only solution. He's a tough
man to lose." /
When Detwiler fell hard ,at the
hands of ar MSU tackler in the
first quarter of Saturday's clash,
it marked the third time in -'as
many starts that the knee had
stopped him on the field.
In the opening game of the
season at North Carolina, Detwiler
played as he had last year, ram-
ming over for a key touchdown
and grinding out 50 yards. But in
the third quarter, downfield on a

Michigan punt, he fell and twistedI
his knee, an injury which at the!
time was not considered too
serious.
California Spectator
Detwiler sat out the California
game, but following a successful
week of practice, started against
Georgia. Once again the knee gave
Refs Meet
There will be a meeting
Wednesday night at 7:30 at the
I-M Bldg. for all persons inter-
ested in refereeing I-M football
games. The salary for football
refs is $1.50 per game for about
15 minutes work.
out on a play in which no physical
contact was involved-a second
quarter end run.
As was the case the previous
week, Detwiler's knee remained
firm under the rigors of a rough
week of practice; this time Mich-
igan State was the objective. The
knee felt good and Detwiler start-
ed. Fans were optimistic as Det-
wiler picked up .14 yards in two
quick carries against the giant
Spartan wall. But the third carry,
like the third game, was no charm.
Grabbed by the legs, Detwiler fell
and the knee gave out for good.
Meteoric Rise
i Detwiler's rise to Michigan grid

LOS ANGELES (A")-Maury Wills compared to their regular season
and Sandy Koufax took command average of .245.
of the World Series, as the Los The Dodgers scored, two in the
Angeles Dodgers opened a 3-2 first, two more in the third, and
lead over the Minnesota Twins never let up.
with a 7-0 win yesterday. Wills opened the attack with a

Koufax allowed only four hits,
and struck out 10, while Wills
tied a series record with four hits,
including two doii,)ies, and nis
seventh stolen base of the series.
Koufax had retired the first 12
men in order, before Harmon Kil-,
lebrew lofted a lazy fly to center.
that Willie Davis first misjudged
and then couldn't hold after a
long run.
The Twins' second hit was an
infield roller that Joe Nossek just
beat out by a whisker in the
seventh. Frank Quilici and Sandy
Valdespino singled in the ninth.
Dodgers Steal
The alert Dodgers stole four
bases, three of them by Willie
IDavis. It was the first time a
player had stolen three in a Series
game since Honus Wagner, the
old Pirate immortal, did it in
1909.
After five games the Dodgers,
derided for their peck and scram-
tble attack, were hitting .302 as

ground rule double that bounced
into the stands in the first in-
ning. Jim Gilliam, his old side-
kick, singled him home.
Willie Davis' sacrifice bunt was
taken by Killebrew, but Quilici,
covering first, let the throw get
by him and Gilliam came- all the
way home.
Davis led it off again in the
third with a single to right. He
stole second and sped home when
Lou Johnson reached out and
dunked a singleinto center field.
Ron Fairly promptly followed up
with a double to center ,that scor-
ed Johnson, giving the Dodgers a
4-0 lead. Dave Boswell relieved
Kaat after Fairly's hit.
Wills was at it again in the

off throws. Wills packed up and
stole second base on Boswell's first
throw to Gilliam.
Junior promptly stroked a single
to right center, once again scor-
ing Maury.
With 10 hits in 22 times at bat,
a Wills has a good chance of set-
ting a series record if it goes
seven games. Bobby Richardson
of the Yankees set the high of
13 hits last year. Maury wound up
the day with a .455 batting aver-
age and a commanding lead over
Minnesota's Zoilo Versalles in
their battle of shortstops.
*Quiet and subdued, the Twins
gladly took leave of Dodger Sta-
dium Monday. Coach Billy Martin
said after their loss 7-0. "We want
MAURY WILLS to get back where we can play
them on a baseball field."
fourth, beating out a slow roller The sixth game will be played
to Zoilo Versalles for an infield tomorrow at Minnesota and the
single. After Boswell played cat- seventh game, if necessary, on
and-mouse with six straight pick- Thursday.

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-Daily-Jim Lines
MICHIGAN'S JIM DETWILER is worked on by trainers after
being injured in last Saturday's M-MSU game. Detwiler's right
knee buckled for the third time this year, after being hurt in the
season opener against North Carolina.

GRID SELECTIONS
Displaying the great fairness and liberalness of the Daily Sports'
Staff, it was decided to award last week's winner of Grid Picks the
two tickets to the Michigan Theater, now showing "Ship of Fools,"
despite the fact that he made the unfounded and uncalled for
comment on his entry that the "Daily Sports Editor has his head
wedged'-
Yes, fans, Bill Runyon of 20 Adams, West Quad, picked 19 of
the twenty games correctly, but felt that the sports' editor had a
wedged head for picking such a simple game as East Stroudsburg
at Kutztown State. We could understand Bill's consternation at
finding such an easy game, since he missed Syracuse at UCLA,
which everyone felt was a little too tough for most predictors.
Feel free to call the editor names this week( before Friday
midnight at 420 Maynard) on your single entry. But we ;must
remind you that you still have to get more games right than any
other competitor, no matter how original your insults are.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

glory had been almost meteoric.
An unknown until injuries forced
out backs Jack Clancy and John
Rowser, Detwiler was a surprise
starter in the opening game of the
1964 season. His elusive speed
quickly made him the darling of
the fans. Against Air Force he
gained 77 yards, against Navy, 96.
In the loss to Purdue, Detwiler
raced 47 yards with a Bob Timber-
lake pass to set up a touchdown.
By mid-season "Diesel Dets"
was an established star. Speed and
power were responsible for his
success, but end runs and kick-off
returns were his trademark.
In the final game of regular
season, Detwiler won himself foot-
ball immortality by catching the
touchdown pass which gave Mich-
igan its first Big Ten champion-
ship in 15 years. It was an 18-
yarder up the middle, again frdm
Timberlake, and it gave the stout
Wolverine defense all the breath-
ing room needed to wrap up a
Rose Bowl berth.
'Off' in Bowl
Before thousands in the New'
Year's classic, Detwiler had an

"off" day, but still had one 30-
yard pass reception. He finished
the year as Michigan's second
leading pass receiver.
The painful "twist" of fate
struck Detwiler beforehis prime.
He had never had any knee prob-
lems before that moment on the
sun-blanched North Carolina field
when he tripped.
Now he will wait ten months,
then start over, with one less year
to establish his predicted great-
ness.
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1. Purdue at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2. Minnesota at Iowa
3. Indiana at Illinois
4.- Ohio St. at Michigan St.
5. Wisconsin at Northwestern
6. Texas at Arkansas
7. Pittsburgh vs. Navy at
Washington, DC
8. Penn State at Syracuse
9. Washington at California
10. West Virginia vs. Virginia at

Richmond
11. Yale at Columbia
12. Auburn at Georgia Tech
13. Kansas at Oklahoma
14. UCLA at Missouri
15. North Carolina St. at Florida
16. Texas A&M at Texas
Christian-
17. Stanford at Southern Cal
18. Iowa State at Colorado
19. Richmond at Buffalo
20. Gallaudet at Lorton
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Cleveland 3
St. Louis 3
Dallas 2
New York 2
Philadelphia 2
Washington 0
Pittsburgh 0
Western

1 0 .750 89 92
1 0 .750 133 76
2 0 .500 95 64
2 0 .500 55 98
2 0 .500 100 102
4 0 .000 40 95
4' 0e .000 58 115
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Detroit 3 1 0 .750. 72
Baltimore3_ 3 1 0 .750 110
San Francisco 2 2 0 .500 111
Minnesota 2 2 0 .500 12
Los Angeles 1 3 0 .250 71
Chicago 1 3 0 .250 91
Saturday's Results
Cleveland 24, Pittsburgh. 19
Alinnesota 40, New York 14
Sunday's Results
Baltimore 31. Detroit 7
Chicago 31, Los Angeles 6
St. Louis 37, Washington 16
Green Bay 27, San Francisco 10
Philadelphia 35, Dallas 24

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Boston, 0 5 0 .000 54 133
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Kansas City 1 1 .750 92 97
Oakland 3 2 0 .600 100 71
Denver, 2 '3 0 .400 112 118
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"Oakland 24, Boston 10
Sunday's Results
San Dego 34, Buffalo 3
Kansas City 31, Denver -23
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