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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER. 25, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDY, EPTEBER25,1966TUEMICHGANDAI~ PAF ~~VI

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4

Fisher's

Plunges

Lift

Offense
Throttled ini the Clutch

DOWNTOWN
HO NDA
ANN ARBOR ,

(Continued from Page 1)
Mike Bass stopped the first play
for a two-yard gain and flipped
away third and fourth down
passes.
"We. could have gone for the
field goal," noted Willsey, "but we
wanted to get back into the game.
We wanted to run and set up our
passing game."

ed quarterback Dan Berry ran
rollouts with Bob Timberlake'sf

distance to goal linef
Michigan stayed
ran again and lost

for roughness. Bronk, who is a better passer. The
rough. Berry switch netted a touchdown, but1
two. A third the Wolverine win was a cinch by

skill, but never could move the
team into the end zone.
When Going Gets Tough
In the third quarter, he lofted
a 37-yarder to John Beasley. But
when the team got down to the
eight-yard line, Michigan held as
firm as a green banana. A rollout
left made nothing, but the Wol-
verines were penalized half the

down pass was incomplete and
Williamson stopped his fourth
down rollout for no gain.
The next time Cal brad the ball,
they drove again, but four plays
from the M-19 advanced the ball
only six yards.
Willsey decided Berry wasn't the
answer and switched to sophomore

that time.
Elliott was pleased with the
overall performance but was some-
what ruffled at the team's 112
total yardage figure in the second
half. "We didn't open up as much
as we should have," he pouted. "I1
The University of Michigan
football team will arrive from
:Berkeley at approximately 4:00
p.m. today, Ann Arbor time, at
Detroit's Metropolitan airport.

They never made it. Left-hand-

IN STRAWBERRY CANYON:
'Mysterious Boot' Bal

First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Net Yardage
Rushing
Passing
Rushing Plays
Rushing Ave.
Passes Attempted
Completed
Intercepted by
Yds. Int. Returned
Total Offensive Plays
Ave. Yds. Off. Play
Punts
Average Distance
Punts Returned
Yards Returned
Kickoffs Returned
Yardage
Fumbles
Ball lost by
Balls lost on downs
Penalties
Yards Penalized
MICHIGAN 7
CALIFORNIA 0

CAL.
18
10
1
311
139
172
49
2.8
23
11
0
0
72
4.3
38.3
2
-1
4
14
3

MIC I.
14
8
1
309
175
134
54
3.2
1s
11
2
0
70
4.4
5
37.6
1
2
7
2

RUSHIN
Californ
Tr

By JIM TINDALL
Associate Sports Editor
Special To The Daily
BERKELEY -- Memorial Sta-
dium in Strawberry Canyon is
tucked snuggly against a series of
hills, that lead away from the
Berkeley campus in San Francisco
Bay. Above the oval stadium walls,
a series of pine-covered waves rise
almost vertically for another 2000
*feet.
While the tops of the hills are
shrouded in low-hanging clouds,
the clearings on the lower slope
are populated by hundreds of Cal
students (bearded and unbearded)
who either disdain the rooting
sections' "rah-rah attitude" or the
university's $26 "privilege ticket."
To get up on these hills students
must climb like the proverbial
unnative goat or take the famous
"Rad Lab Cab" to the top of the
hill and then scurry down another,
thousand feet.
Seems Like a Good Idea
The "R.L.C." runs only from the
union to the world renowned radi-
ation labs that perch like watch-
dogs on the highest hill overlook-
ing the Bay area. The Rad Lab
Cab is a clever Berkeley roost for
it is cleverly disguised as a stand-
ard cab.
While these students share the
"Oski Bear's" (Cal's mystical mas-
cot) view of the game as they too
"look down from the sky," they
were really in no better position,
except financially, than anyone in
the stadium to see Michigan's de-

Bearsthe second half our field position
wasn't as good, and we protected
our lead a little too much. But the
narrowly back to the Cal three be- defense was very good. They were
fore Simmons backtracked 15 best when the pressure was on."
yards to fall on the ball and swal- Who's Going to Cook?
low a few ounces of fertile Cali- "Michigan has the ingredients
fornia earth under a small mound to be a winner," added Willsey.
of Michigan manhood. "They hurt us with their roll-out
Ten minutes later, after Mich- option, We knew it was coming,
igan had gone 99 yards for their but we just couldn't stop it. Their
first touchdown, Rosema booted blocking was too good."
another of his specials to the 11- Michigan has made it a practice
yard line where sophomore Rick to win out in California. In the
Bennett dropped the ball like a last 30 years, the Wolverines have
rotten tomato. As Bennett stooped lost only one game to the Golden
to recover the pigskin, he was so Bears. And they are scheduled to
careful to gain possession that he return next year for another game
touched his left knee to the on the sundrenched turf.

Reist
Berry
Sheriden
Lynch
Bennett
Bron k
Gearhart
Aschenbrenner
I M
Ward
Fisher
Sharpe
Vidmer
Valk
PiS
Ca
Berry
Bronk
Vidmer
Sharpe
PASS1
Bradley
Gearhart
Beasley
Sheriden
M
Clancy
Sharpe
IWilhite

lichigan
17
18
x
10
ASSING
alifornia
Att.
13
10
[ichigan
15
1

G
Ia
ies Net.
4 15
19 71
4 14
8 25
7 13
5i -6
1 4
1 3

67
69
17
14
Comp
5
6
10
1

Ave.
3.8
3.7
3.5
3.1
1.8
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4.0
3.0
3.9
3.8
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8.0
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83
89
106
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ROCKY ROSEMA

stop California drives inside the
20-yard line.
One of Michigan's "potent de-
fensive weapons" of the day was
Rocky Rosema whose three kick-
offs were Just. "too hot to handle."
Greased Pigskin
Rosema evidently picked up a
secret tip from the game movies,
for he demonstrated on three sep-
arate occasions that he could kick
the ball in just such a way it was
impossible for anyone on the Cali-
fornia team to catch the ball and
run with it.
Impossible, you say? Rosema's
first kickoff eluded Cliff Simmons

ground, downing the ball.
After the score had risen to 10-0c
with only three seconds left in thec
half, Rosema used his mysteryx
kick once again causing George
Gearhart to drop the ball on the
six-yard line.
Why Patent It?
Rocky was so elated with the
success of his personal game plan
that he showed Rick ;Sygar that
he could do it too. Sygar had pre-
viously kicked once without this,
knowledge and converted a field
goal; however when Rick wasn't
in on defense all he could think
about was testing Rosema's theory.
Finally in the third quarter Sy-
gar got his chance. His attempted
field goal from the 16-yard line
(utilizing Rosema's "black boot")
was short but the trick worked.
When Don Guest (owner of a
108-yard return on a similar field
goal try only a week ago) attempt-
ed to field the ball and run it
back, he found it ,as slijppery as
the San Francisco cable car tracks.
'All he could do in the end was!
fall on the ball-rendered helpless
by the "mystery boot."
He's a Nice Guy, Too

SCORES

Of course, there is always aI
chance that Michigan will be back
on the Coast before then. But no-
body talks about that.
At least not yet.
rX1

fense rise up on four occasions to- at the 17-yard line and bounced4

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Majo
AMERICAN LEA
W
x-Baltimore 96
Detroit 86
Minnesota 84
S Chicago 8!1
Cleveland 78
California 76
Kansas City 71
Boston 70
Washington 68
New York 67
x-Cjlnched'pennant.

r League Standings

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AGUE
L Pet. GB
59 .617 -
69 .555 10
71 .542 12
74 .523 15
78 .500 18M
79 .494 20
85: .458 25Y2
87 .449 ,27
87 .439 28
88 .429 29

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Los Angeles 91 63 .591 -
Pittsburgh 90 65 .581 111
San Francisco 87 67 .565 4'
Philadelphia 83 72 .535 8'4
Atlanta 82 73 .529 914j
St. Louis 79 75 .513 12
Cincinnati 74 79 .484 16y4
Houston 67 88 .432 24%
New York 63 92 .406 28% 2
Chicago 57 99 .365 35
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 8, Atlanta 6
UCicago 4, Los Angeles 0
San Francisco 9, Houston 5 (13 inn)
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 4
Cincinnati 4, New York 3
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Atlanta
St. Louis at Philadelphia
New York at Cincinnati (2)
San Francisco at Houston

GRID SELECTIONS
MICHIGAN 17, California 7
Tennessee 28, Auburn 0
UCLA 31, Syracuse 12
Missouri 21, Illinois 14
Oregon State 17, Iowa 3
Minnesota 35, Stanford 21
Ohio State 14, TCU 7
Indiana 26, Northwestern 14
MISU 42, Penn State 8
Texas 31, Texas Tech 21
SMU 21, Navy 3
Louisville 16, Southern Illinois 7
Florida 28, Mississippi State 7
North Carolina 10, No. Carolina St. 7
Duke 14, Pitt 7
New Mexico 28, Kansas State 8
Vale 16, Connecticut 0
Colorado 13, Baylor 7
Penn 38, Lehigh 28
Michigan Tech 18, Bemidji State 0
OTHER SCORES
Georgia Tech 42, Vanderbilt 0
Maryland 34, Wake Forest 7
Clemson 40, Virginia 35
Waynesburg 6, Susquehanna 0
Oklahoma 33, Iowa State 11
Ohio U. 23, Boston College 14
Dartmouth 17, Massachusetts 7
Colgate 38, Columbia 0
Army 14, Holy Cross 0
virginia Tech 49, Geo. Washington 0
West Virginia 24, Wm. & Mary 13
Arkansas 27, Tulsa 8
Nebraska 28, Utah State 7
Utah 17, oregon 14
Air Force 10, Washington 0
Alabama 34, Louisiana Tech 0
Miami (0) 27, Xavier 3
Georgia 43, VMI 7
Butler 28, Indiana State 6
Wyoming 23, Arizona State 6
Memphis State 16, South Carolina 7
Temple 48, Kings Point 8
Sul Ross 74, Nuevo Leon 0
Southern Cal 38, Wyoming 3
Slippei~y Rock 7, Wilmington (0) 6
Ottawa (Kan) 60, Bethel (Kan) 0
Eastern Michigan 0, W. Illinois 0 (tie)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Uetroit 8, Minnesota 1
Chicago 6, Washington 2
laltimore 6, California 3
Cleveland 3, Kansas City 1
New oYrk 1, Boston 0
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at California
Cleveland at Kansas City
Detroit at Minnesota
Chicago at Washington (2)
Boston at New York

Rosema was presented with one
more opportunity to kick in the
second half, but in the excitement
of the game he forgot to use his
"slick kick," and the ball-much
to the roaring approval of the Cal
cheering section-was caught.
How far did he run it? Why, it
was a nifty 14-yard jaunt that
indicated that California kickoff
returns might be a threat if they
were ever caught. In fact, it ap-
peared to everyone in the stands
that Rosema's kick was returned
in almost the same way that anyI
team's kickoffs are handled.

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