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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILI

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1965'

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILI WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1965

'M' Looks to NU with

'Seven

Year Itch'

By STEVE FICK reverse that score and although -
the Wildcats have only a 3-5 rec- 3
It's been seven long years since ord-that 1958 crew which demol- '1
the Wolverines, who are now itch- ished the Wolverines was unde-:
ing to pick up their third consec- feated going into the game - they
utive conference win, ventured to aren't getting overconfident about
Northwestern's home ground for a the prospects.
football ga-ne.
The last time they visited Dyche Equal to Illinois
Stadium, Bennie Oosterbaan was "We think-from what we have
in his last year as coach and seen in scouting-that Northwest-;
the Wolverines were crushed 55-24. ern can play on a level with Illi-
This year's team would like to nois," end coach Jocko Nelson said '

Big Ten Standings
Conference

All Games

Michigan State
Minnesota
Ohio State
Purdue
MICHIGAN
Illinois
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana
Iowa

W
6
4
4
.3
2
2
2
2
1
0

L
0
1
1
2
3
3
3
3
4
6

Pct.
1.000
.800
.800
.600
.400
.400
.400
.400
.250
.000

PF
176
107
83
125
108
83
68
65
62
47

PA
43
67
76
70
62
86
135
97
130
112

8
4
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
1

L
0
3
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7

T
0
1
0
0
0
0
I
0
0
0

PF
212
146
109
205
148
163
74
101
100
74

-7
PA
46
110
111
96
111
112
188
166
171
126

yesterday. "We expect to have to simply could not run on them," defense is 230-pound tackle JerryI
go out there and play a real good and was forced to go to the air Burns, who doubles on offensive
ball game to win. I wish I could in its final, 81-yard scoring drive, and was named AP lineman of the
be more optimistic about it. but which closed with 77 seconds left week from the Midwest three
they just have a real good football on the clock. weeks ago for his performance in
team." Northwestern's pass defense , the Iowa game, in which he played
Much of the Wildcats' hope is has also been good enough in 54 minutes.
pinned on the running ability of other games to give it the sec- On offense, Nelson rates Dave
halfbacks Woody Campbell and ond best rating, in terms of yards Milam and Denny Boothe, theI
Ron Rector, and fullback Bob Mc- yielded per game, of any team in team's two quarterbacks, as "ade-
Kelvey. "Their greatest forte has the Big Ten. The team has turn- quate," though not exceptional
been their running game," Nelson ed in two shutouts so far-20-0 ' passers. Because Northwestern's
commented. over Indiana and 9-0 over Iowa. offense is built around their run-
Campbell and Rector, who both ning game, their passers have had
weigh in at 195 pounds, are rated Among the players that make very little chance to throw. For;
as topflight runners, while full- the Wildcats' defense a top-flight example, the Wildcats only threw{
back McKelvey at 220 is the team's one are end John McCambridge, two passes in their 9-0 win over#
leading ground gainer. 6-4 and 220; tackle Ken Ramsey, Iowa.
Three Sound Runners 6-3 and 240, and linebackers Bob Their top receivers are split
"These three runners are about, Otterbacher and Ken Beinor. end Dick Smith, who is also the
the equal of any backfield in the i Another important cog in the Wildcats' top kickoff return man,
Big Ten," said Nelson, who has
scouted Northwestern for the lastI
two weeks. "All three are real good
blockers."
Minnesota Coach Murray War-
math, whose team squeezed out
a 27-22 victory over Northwestern Sheikh Al-Sabah was a rather
last Saturday, was even bolder. disgruntled loser in last week s
"I don't think anybody in the grid picks contest. Incidentally,
league-even Michigan State-has he is the ruler of Kuwait, and Al-
three better running backs," he Sabah called The Daily last night
said. After the game he added and threatened to cut off Ann Ar-
that "If Northwestern ran that bor's oil supply if he isn't more
well against everybody, I can't successful this week. He said, "I
understand how they lost five hate to lose once and I never lose
games." twice.",
Warmath had good reason to Little did last week's winner
be, impressed by the Wilcats. For John Zline know that his entry
one thing, they have the second would have such international re-
best defensive (yards allowed per percussions-threatening to put
game) record in t ne the Ann Arbor oimerh s o
In Nelson's words. "Minnesota ofbuins; owve e s umr

and tight end Casimer Banaszek,
a 6-3, 230-pound Chicago native.
Nelson said he did not feel'
Northwestern's (49-7) .loss to
Michigan State was indicative of
the real ability of the team. He
noted that Campbell and Rector,
the two top halfbacks, missed the
game, along with five other reg-
ulars.
"I don't even think they (North-
western) thought they could win,"
he said. "So they held out the
seven boys who were injured -
some of them probably could have
played if they had to-but now
they are all in fine shape to play
against us."
Nelson hurried to add that most
of Michigan's players have recov-
ered from their bruises and minor
muscle pulls, too, so that come
Saturday both teams are expected
to be in top shape.

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Michigan State, Arkansas, Ne-t
braska and Notre Dame, gorging 7
themselves on touchdowns asifu:
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tinued to pace the national rank- I
ings yesterday in the Associatedl
Press college football poll.
The Michigan State Spartans,V
who crushed Iowa 35-0 for their!
eighth straight victory. extended t
their No. 1 position to the third f
week by polling 32 of the 51 votes{w
of a special panel of sports writ-' A
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Arkansas, with 14 firsts, remain- S
ed the No. 2 team after a 31-0 a
rout of Rise while Nebraska, with
four No. 1 votes, clung to third C
on a 42-6 triumph over Kansas. b
Notre Dame had the biggest' n
field day of the leaders, trounc-
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selection, nine for second and on
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482, compared with 459 for Arkan-
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The first six teams in the stand-
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last week, with AlAbama fifth
after beating Louisiana State 31-
7 and Southern California sixth
on the strength of a 35-0 tri-
umph over California.
Southern Cal was followed by
UCLA, No. 7; Tennessee, No. 8;
Missouri, No. 9, and Kentucky,
No. 10.
UCLA, which shaded Washing-
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and Tennessee made its first ap-

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