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TUP,9DAIr,' NOVEMBER 2, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rAGE SEVEN

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1965 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan

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Touch

By CHUCK VETZNER the officials in the jaw, the ref
probably would have simply com-
Local fairy tale: plimented Ward for his precision-
-Once upon a time there was a timing. If Wisconsin had inter-
Michigan football t e a m that cepted one of Wally Gabler's
couldn't win many games. This .passes, the friendly Badgers would
had a marked tendency to deflate have probably given it back to him
the spirits of the hard-working for another try.
coaches, the brave players, the
loyal fans, and the rich alumni.h h Fun, Fun, Fun
The Emperor Crisler For the Michigan fans it added
Obviously such a situation was up to fun. They never had any
not to be tolerated in Michiland.. cause for melancholy and even
So the king of the realm, Fritz saw a St. Bernard and a teenager
Crisler, went to find a kindly old romp through the field with ease
astrologer in the Physics-Astrono- that must have made the Badgers
my Bldg. She recharted the stars blush.
and made everything sweet and It was fun for the players too,
yudmmagai ytngbut they actually expected to be
yummy agamn. in for a treat. "Before the game,
- I thought our main problem would
be overconfidence," said line coach
Tame Savages Tony Mason. "It wasn't that the
players lacked respect for Wiscon-
MADISON '() -- Wisconsin sin; it's just that these kids be-
. withheld, its "Savage Award," lieve in themselves. The win won't
given weekly to an outsanding give us any extra lift because these
defensive player, as well as its boys are always up. They have
normal offensive award yester- tremendous courage."
day after the Badgers' 50-14t
weekend loss to Michigan. It all started with a touchdown
Said football C o a c h Milt pass the first play Michigan got
Bruhn, "I have a bunch the op- the ball. The 52-yarder from
y ponents s h o u l d have the Gabler to Jack Clancy was any-
awards." thing but a sudden inspirational
call.

FOUR TEAMS DROP:
Spartans Stretch Lead in Poll
By The Associated Press ed Louisiana State, swamped by Southern Cal ends its two
Powerful Michigan State tight- Mississippi 23-0; seventh - rated weeks of idleness by playing Cali-
;ened its hold on the No. l spotFlorida, beaten by Auburn 28-17: fornia. Georgia Tech is at Ten-
as Arkansas, Nebraska and Notre and ninth-ranked Texas, which nessee, UCLA hosts Washington,
Dame continued the closet pur- lost its third in a row, a 31-14 rout Missouri is at Colorado and Ken-
suers in the Associated Press- by Southern Methodist. tucky battles Vanderbilt.
weekly college football poll. Alabama Climbs The Top Ten with first place
The standings in the Top Ten Alabama, 10-7 victor over Mis- votes in parentheses, season rec-
underwent a vigorous shakeup on sissippi State, moved from 10th to ords and total points figured on a
the lower levels after losses by fifth place and Southern Cal, 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:
Louisiana State, Florida, Purdue which was idle, jumped from 1. Michigan State (36) 7-0 481
and Texas. eighth to sixth. 2. Arkansas (11) 7-0 457
Newcomers . . The four newcomers occupied 3. Nebraska (3) 7-0 492
All four teams dropped from the last four spots in the ratings. 4. Notre Dame 5-1 > 362
the rankings, making way for a Georgia Tech gained seventh after 5. Alabama 5-1-1 209
quartet of new challengers-Geor- an impressive 35-23 triumph over 6. So. California 4-1-1 201
gia Tech, UCLA, Missouri and Duke. UCLA moved to eighth on 7. Georgia Tech 5-1-1 115
Kentucky. 'the strength of 10-0 triumph over 8. UCLA 4-1-1 105
The Michigan State Spartans, the Air Force. Missouri climbed to 9. Missouri 4-2-1 52
who crushed Northwestern 49-7 ninth because of a good fight 10. Kentucky 5-2 49

for their seventh straight victory,
broke the near stalemate at thel
top of the ladder by polling 36 of
the 50 first place votes by the spe-
cial panel of 50 sports writers and
broadcasters.
With each first place vote count-
ing 10 points, nine for second and
on down the line, the Spartans
had 481 points, compared with 457
for runner-up Arkansas, winner
over Texas A&M 31-0. Nebraska,
which edged Missouri 16-14, held
third place with 392, closely fol-
lowed by Notre Dame, with 362.
The Irish walloped Navy 29-3.
Unbeaten Teams
Arkansas and Nebraska, like
Michigan State, are unbeaten in
seven games. The Irish have only
one loss on their record-an early
season defeat by Purdue.
Purdue, sixth last week, fell vic-
tim to Illinois 21-0 in an upset.
Surprises also caught fifth-rank-

against Nebraska, and Kentucky
was rated 10th after beating West
Virginia 28-8.
Michigan State will try to hold
its position against Iowa Saturday.
Arkansas has a tough assignment
at Rice. Nebraska faces Kansas.
Notre Dame is at Pittsburgh and
Alabama at LSU.

Others receiving votes, listed
alphabetically: Clemson, Dart-
mouth, Florida, Georgia, Illinois,
Louisiana State, Mississippi, Mis-
sissippi State, Ohio State, Prince-
ton, Purdue, Syracuse, Tennessee,
Texas, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Utah
State, Washington, Washington
State, Wyoming.

That, you sophisticated college
students, does not make any sense.
Nonsense!
Of course it also doesn't make
much sense for the Wolverines to
lose four straight games and then
beat Wisconsin, 50-14. Maybe a
3-0 win on a last second field goal
or a 15-14 triumph on a two point
conversion. But not 50-14.
So how did they do it. They used
the same players, the same sta-
r dium, and even the plays weren't
a whole lotdifferent.
Dream Game
Nothing was really changed ex-
cept the score and a homey touch
of togetherness. No matter What
Michigan tried, it turned out right.
They had the kind of day the Las
Vegas gamblers dream of.
If Carl Ward had belted one of

Strategy
"We decided to use that open-
ing play last Wednesday," chuck-
led Mason. "We knew Clancy
would be open it was just a ques-
tion of getting the ball to him."
The junior end latched on to
three other tosses and set a new
Michigan single season pass re-
ceiving record of 34. (The old
mark of 31 was set by Lowell
Perry and tied by John Hender-
son last year.)
"Clancy is as good an end as
anyone in college," Mason added
warmly. "He has great hands, ex-
cellent speed, and subtle but de-
ceptive moves."
Subs Break In
"One of the nicest things about
the fast start was that it allowed
us to give some of the reserves a
chance to play," noted defensive
backfield coach Don Dufek.

-Daily-Jim Lines
WISCONSIN QUARTERBACK CHUCK BURT tries to elude the deadly clutches of guard Bob Mie-
Ike and scramble out of trouble. Burt was unsuccessful in these efforts more often than not last
Saturday as the Wolverine defense constantly harassed his passing and nailed him for losses with
unnerving regularity. Four of his aerials were intercepted.

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The Wolverines didn't quite
make it to a point-a-minute sta-
tus, but they did become a player-
a-minute squad. In all, 62 Mich-!
igan players found their way off1
the back benches of the sidelines1
and made it to the big show.
Forgotten Plays Revived
Several of the players who made
it on offense have been running
the oppositions' defensive patterns
during practice all year. As a re-
sult they found themselves in the
huddle without knowing what the
plays were.
But they showed 'admirable in-
genuity and rote memory ability.
Not knowing what was currently
the vogue in Michigan ball con-
trol styles, they returned to plays
they had used during the drills of
last spring when they did play?
offense.
Pro Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Conference
W L T Pct. PFdPA
Cleveland 5 2 0 .714 167 150

The result was not always an
artistic spectacle but the subs did
move the ball - partially because
the plays were especially strange
to the Wisconsin players who had
been tutored only in the regular
patterns of Wolverine offensive
tactics.

They were especially noted for
their stunting, a maneuver in
which the lineman suddenly jump
back and forth to different spots
in hopes of breaking through the
blockers. -
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Sophoclean Irony Saturday. Mason proudly explains
If there is an irony in Mich- that his offensive wall is quite

Athletes M
Michigan's M-Club
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8:30 in Room 3-B of
igan Union. Ron K
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will share the speaki
Refreshments will be
igan's breath-taking
it would have to be
previous reputation as
a strong defense.

feet
will hold
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sensitive to 'such exploits. "They
want a team to try and stunt on
them because they are prepared
for it. They take special efforts
to make sure no team succeeds
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served. include senior quarterback Wally
Gabler. Gabler, who didn't win
point total, the first string assignment forl
Wisconsin's keeps until the Purdue game, was
a team with accurate with his passes and
deadly with his option roll-outs.

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St. Louis 4 3 0 .571 1831
New York 4 3 0 .571 118
Philadelphia 2 5 0 .286 162
Dallas 2 5 0 .286 128
Pittsburgh 2 5 0 .286 107
Washington 2 5 0 .286 94
Western Conference
W L T Pct. PF
Baltimore 6 1 0 .857 217
Green Bay 6 1 0 .857 165
Minnesota 4 3 0 .571 229
Chicago 4 3 0 .571 211
Detroit 4 3 0 .571 134:
San Francisco 3 4 0 .429 2271
Los Angeles 1 6 0 .143 119
Sunday's Results
Baltimore 34, San Francisco 28
Pittsburgh 22, Dallas 13
Detroit 31, Los Angeles 7
Chicago 31, Green Bay 10
Minnesota 27, Cleveland 17
Washington 23, Philadelphia 21
New York 14, St. Louis 10
Next Sunday's Gaines
Baltimore at Chicago
Detroit at Green Bay
Los Angeles at Minnesota
Philadelphia at Cleveland
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
San Francisco at Dallas
Washington at New York

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TWO BADGER DEFENDERS converge on Carl Ward to stop the
bouncy junior after a sizable gain. Ward, whose running patterns
have the regularity of an ink blot, caused Wisconsin fits as he
gained 84 yards in a mere six carries.

College Standings

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE
W LT W L
Arkansas 3 0 01 6 0
Texas Tech 4 1 0 6 1
SMU 2 1 0 3 2
TCU 2 2 0 3 4
Rice 1 2 0 2 4
Baylor 1 2 0 3 3
Texas 1 3 0 4 3
'Texas A& M 1 3 0 2 4

IvY LEAGUE

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Princeton
Dartmouth
Yale
Harvard
Penn
Cornell
Columbia}
Brown

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Buffalo
Houston
New Yo:
Boston
San Die
Oakland
Kansas
Denver

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L T Pct.
6 2 0 .750:
4 3 0 .571
rk 1 51 .167
1 6 1 .143
Western Division
W L T Pct.
go 5 1 2 .833
y 4 3 1 .571
City 4 3 1 .571
3 5 0 .375

PF PA
178 128
163 164
143 158
110 182
PF PA
179 108
161 130
149 165
163 211

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
W LT WL T
Southern Cal 300 411
4 UCLA 1 00 41 1
Washington St. 1 0 0 6 1 0
California 1 1 0 4 3 0
Stanford 1 2 0 4 2 1
Oregon State 0 2 0 3 4 0
Oregon 0 2 0 4 2 1

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE

Clemson
Duke
No. Carolina

State

BIG EIGHT
Nebraska
Missouri
9Colorado
Oklahoma
Iowa State
Kansas
Oklahoma State
Kansas State

CONFERENCE
W L T W L
40 0 7D
3 10 4 2
3 11 4 1
2 10 2 4
3 2 1 4 2
2 20 25
0 4 0 1 6
0 50 0 7

South Carolina
North Carolina
Maryland
Virginia
Wake Forest

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Sunday's Results
Boston 22, San Diego 6
Kansas City14, Oakland 7
Houston 19, Buffalo 17
New York 45, Denver 10
Next ;Sunday's Games
Buffalo at Boston
Oakland at Houston
New York at Kansas City
San Diego at Denver

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