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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Michigan Launches

Land Attack

Lnder

Air Cover

Ward Fisher Drive
For TWO TDs Each
(Continued from Page 1) was told, in no-nonsense-from-
first half setting up the third you-fellow tones to get off the
Michigan score with a 46-yard field by the referee, play contin-
pass play. As Vidmer tells it, "The ued and Carl Ward scored on a
pattern is a down and in for both patented 16-yard dash around left
Clancy and Wilhite, and when end.
they double up on Jack, Clayt , Ward, who had scored twice in
should be open. Clayt told me the first period, picked up a "char-
twice that the pass was open, and ley horse" early in the first half
I remembered that (pointing to and only got in for a few plays
his head) and called the play. 'after that. According to Elliott,
Well, I saw them doubling Jack, "Ward was all right, and we could
so I looked for Clayt and he was have used him again, but I want-
wide open. I could have led him a ed to see how Jim Detwiler would

QB Vidmer Shows Poise in Calling Opener,

By JIM LaSOVAGE
Associate Sports Editor

took a part in stopping 13 Beaver In one aspect of traditional No. 336. but he missed only a
plays while John Rowser was football Saturday game strategy, thwarted series of downs.
eri.(iite with I A tnbakles scvn of |

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It was Jack Clancy. It was the them singlehandedly.
defensive secondary. It was the
offensive line. Line Shows Well
It was Dick Vidmer. The offensive line was a pleas-
He's got to be given the lion's ant surprise for Coach Bump
I Elliott. "Don Bailey and Henry
share of the credit. Vidmer was Hanna did good jobs as guards,"

avid fan
there was
tics. This
the peren
HospitalE
The ne
is to be
lowing a
changes
evidently

s undoubtedly noticed, Credit for Brothers
a major change in tac- At this point it seems only fair
, of course, occurred in to credit Beaver quarterback Paul
inial battle between The Brothers with a valiant attempt,
and Dr. No. .. . if nothing else. The talented sen-
ior signal caller scrambled around
w plan is that Dr. No.. .' in the backfield long enough to
paged immediately fol- make gains totalling 58 yards,
fumble on which the ball even though he lost 22 yards when
hands. Dr. Herbertson his receivers were covered.

able to do yesterday what he
couldn't seem to do a year ago. He
found and clung to that evasive
quality which kept slipping from
his grasp last season-his confi-
dence.
Remember Timbo
Vidmer was cool. Vidmer was in
control. He was the type of field
general Michigan fans remember
seeing in Bob Timberlake two
years ago.

he said, and he singled out tackles
Jim Hribal and Ray Phillips as
"doing well where we lost men at
these positions last year."
Elliott hinted that he expected
more from the Beavers. "Oregon
State's a good ball club, but it
seemed a little inexperienced in
the secondary," Elliott diagnosed.
"I think we threw them off with
that first pass to Clancy for 50
yards."

retaliated after the frst

little more, but we scored any- do."
way."

fumble, which gave the Beavers =Not quite as good as ne was
the ball on their own one-yard touted to be was Pifer, who netted
line, by waiting for the next play 46 yards on 13 carries. Pifer gets
when Oregon State fullback Peter the blame for both of Oregoi
Pifer considerately gave the ball State's lost fumbles.
back to Michigan on the three. And back in the Beaver locker
Pifer lost another fumble later room Peter Pifer picked a peck of
in the third quarter, giving St. prickly pears, prickly pears, prickly
Joe's the opportunity to page Dr.'pears.

Ovation

Inexperience
Both Wilhite and Clancy were
working against four men in the
Oregon State secondary who had
never.- played a college football
game before yesterday. The OSU
system of rotating their backs with
the flow of the play, according
to Vidmer, "really asks a lot of!
those guys. And against an end
like Clancy, well . . ." The sentenceI
just hung there because everyone
listening knew that Vidmer's smilej
told the rest of the story.
Hard Chaw
The Michigan defense must have
made the Beavers think that they,
were gnawing on petrified logs
all afternoon. The only real dam-
age the Wolverines suffered was
at the hands of shifty-running
Paul Brothers. Michigan concen-
trated its preparation on stopping
Brothers' -sweeps, but the veteran
of two Wolverine drubbings still
carried the ball for 58 of OSU's
127 yards on the ground. Highly-
touted fullback Peter Pifer was
held to 14 yards on four carries
in the first half, but managed,
to amass 46 for the day. In addi-
tion to stopping the Beavers cold
in key situations, the defense re-
peatedly gave the offense the ball
in good field position.
Playful Defender
After two preliminary shots at
the Beaver line the first time
Michigan had the ball, Vidmer hit
Clancy for 49 yards, and after
that the only thing that stopped
the balanced offense was a play-
ful German shepherd that halted
play near the Oregon State goal
on two occasions. After the dog

Detwiler received a tremendous
ovation when he entered in the
middle of the second quarter on a
fourth and one situation at the
Oregon State 21. Detwiler pulled
in a Vidmer pitchout, but was un-
able to turn the corner at right
end as he was pulled down for a
two yard loss. While the burly
halfback showed that he can play
now, it appears as if he will be-
come a more potent offensive
weapon as his knee strengthens.
In the meantime Ernie Sharpe is
solidifying a hold on that spot.
Sharpe lugged the ball 16 times
and picked up 56 yards on the:
ground and looked particularly
good on power sweeps.
Pile-driving Dave Fisher "really,
hurt us on that power sweep,".
according to OSU Coach Dee An-
dros. He added, "We worked
against that play all week, but we
still couldn't stop it." The "Fish"
(15 pounds less than last season)
proclaimed after the game that
he felt so good that he "could
play another game just like that
one right now."
Key on Fisher
Offensive line coach Tony Ma-
son commented on Fisher's work
saying, "They were keying real
heavily on Dave in the first quar-s
ter. Once, we saw this we began
to fake to him more and use the
halfbacks." Fisher did carry the
ball 11 times and scored the sec-
ond and third Michigan touch-
downs.
The offensive quintet rolled up
an impressive 502 yards for the
day.

-Dally-Frank wing
JOHN ROWSER (43), 183-POUND DEFENSIVE HALFBACK,
and Frank Nunley (59), a 218-pound linebacker, slam into Ore-
gon State halfback Bob Grim (26). Nunley and Rowser led the
Wolverines in tackles with 13 and 10 respectively.
60 Minutes: 41 Poin ts

He called his plays quickly and The Wolverine offense was ex-
decisively. He hit his receiver on citing and explosive. When it
two thirds of his 18 aerial at- I struck, it struck hard and fast.
tempts. His fake handoffs threw Long runs and the aerial "bomb"
the enemy off balance. Pitch outs, set up touchdowns before fans
the long, dangerous type, were had time to sit down from the
successful beyond criticism. And previous plays.
when Vid was trapped in the back-
field he scrambled to safety-"
twice forshort ainK, twice for
completed passes.
Different Story
Vidmer mixed his plays well,
and almost anything worked. "We
worked on the plays they used all
week," said Oregon State coach
Dee Andros. "We stopped them in
practice, but it was a different
story out there today." Michigan's
502 yards on offense substantiate
Andros' post-game comment.
Vidmer's co-hero, Clancy, did
his share of the damage. Clancy
picked off 10 of Vidmer's aerials
for 197 total yards, setting Wol-
verine records for receptions and
yardage on passes in one game.
Clancy was able to spot weak-
nesses in the Beavers' defense pat-
tarns early in the game, and thus
was in the open most of the time.
Several times he changed his pat- ,f k
tern as he ran it to evade de- "
fenders. And when the defense. .. . "

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MICHIGAN

First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Total No. of Rushes
Net Yards-Rushing 2
Passing 2
Forward Passes Att.
Completed
Intercepted by
Yards interceptions
returned
Total Plays (Rushes and
Passes)
Punts, Number
Average distance
Kickoffs, returned by
Yds. Kicks Returned
Punts
Kickoffs
Fumbles, Number
Ball lost by
Penalties, Number
Yards penalized
OREGON STATE 0
MICHIGAN 14

19
10
9
0
52
211
91
20
14
-2

ORE. ST.
15
7
5
3
44
126
67
17
6
0
0

PASSES BROKEN UP
Michigan

Nunle;
Sygar
Rosenm
Porter
None

y
Oregon St
FUMBLES REC
Michigan

No.
1
l
1
I
ate
OVERED
n
Def. Off Total

72 61
5 7
41 44
1 6
64 148
47 30
17 128
2 4
1 2
5 4
78 42
0 0 0- 0
7 7 13-41

Nunley
Sygar
Volk
Brothers
Vanderbundt
Nunley
Rowser
Morgan
Volk
Sygar
Hardy
Or
Enyart
Hartman
Coccione
Diaz
Lewis

Dregon Sta
D
TACKLES
Michigan
So

1 1
1 1
1 1
te
ef Off Total
2 2
1 1
lo Assist No.
1 12 13
7 3 10
2 6 8
2 S 7_
3 3 B6&
2 4 6

Ward
Sharpe
Vidmer
Fisher
Detwiler
Reynolds
Brown
Johnson
Totals
Pifer
Beicher
Brothers
Grim
Preece
Vanderbundi
Vidiner
Brown
Totals
Brothers

RUSHING
Michigan
Tries
12
16
2
11
9
4
4
1
52
Oregon State
Tries
13
7
16
6
1
It 1
PASSING
Michigan
Att.
18
20
Oregon State
Att.

Net
61
56
6
39
-1
28
22
0
211
Net
46
27
36
,17
-6
6

Ave.
5.1
3.5
3.0
3.7
-0.5
7.0
5.5
0.0
4.1
Ave.
3.5
4.0
2.3
2.8
-6.0
6.0

Oregon State
Solo Assist
4 9
6 :3
2 6
3 3
1 5
6;

somehow managed to stay with
him, he snagged a couple more
passes just for spite.
Better Days
"That felt good," Clancy smiled
when it was over. Remembering
his halfback days of the past,~
Clancy added, "I like it much bet-
ter this way-when I get the ball
I can move."
Vidmer and Clancy worked out
on pass patterns once or twice a
day throughout the summer in
preparation for the new season.
"We had Rick Volk and Mike Bass
to defend against us," Clancy
commented. "I was happy. if I
caught two or three against
them.'"
The Wolverine secondary was
praised by the coaches of both
teams. Combined efforts broke up
four pass plays and nailed Oregon
State carries for losses three times.
Senior linebacker Frank Nunley

FRANK NUNLEY

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