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Dehlin Added to Blue Injury List'

Barry Dehlin, beset by injuries
throughout his varsity career, has
been hurt again, and will sit out
this week's game against North
Carolina. Dehlin, a key linebacker
in a" very effective= Michigan de-
fense up to date, was injured in
the Wolverines' 17-7 victory over'
California last Saturday in Berke-
ley. The Wolverine senior worked
out most of the week but >was
shelved when his shoulder ailment
* did not respond well to treatment.


Dehlin was sidelined for the ly in the Wolverine victories over
1965 season with a knee injury. Oregon State and California.
Under the new 5-2-4 Oklahoma- Downhill
type defense set up this year un- The squad's physical condition,
der coaches Y.C. McNease and which was supposedly excellent
after last week's game at Berkeley,
Don James, Dehlin has played Oy- has been weakened considerably in
posite linebacker Frank Nunley, the past few days. Tight end Clayt
and has been very effective. Wilhite, who has grabbed three
Coach Bump Elliott, with two passes, one a 46-yarder against
starters already on the sidelines, Oregon State, was sidelined with
said reserve linebacker Dennis a shoulder separation suffered in
Morgan, a junior from Phoenix- T u e s d a y afternoon's practice.
ville, Pa., would replace Dehlin Rocky Rosema, starting defensive
against North Carolina this Sat- end and kicking specialist, came
urday. Morgan has played sparing- down with mononucleosis, and will
Cazzi e Mets Buntin
As Pistons Play N.Y.
Cazzie Russell vs. Bill Buntin? College Player of the Year.
Yes, that's the way it will be on Big Bill is the first to admit he
Oct. 5 when the former Michigan had a dismal rookie season with
teammates will meet in an NBA the Pistons. After a long holdout,
exhibition game at Bowen Field he ran into a weight problem and
House in Ypsilanti. was off the Piston roster for al-
Buntin, now in his second year most two months.
with the Detroit Pistons, and Rus- Cazzie, on the other hand, is
sell, a rookie with the New York sitting pretty after signing a
Knickerbockers, were largely re- three-year contract for an esti-
sponsible for the Wolverines quick mated $200,000.
climb to national power in basket- The game will be the first for
ball. Both were named All-America the Pistons this season in the De-
in 1965 when Michigan finished troit area, and fans will also get
second in the NCAA tournament, their first look at the Pistons'
Last season, Russell was named prize rookie, Dave Bing.

miss both the Carolina game and
next week's Big Ten opener at
Michigan State. In addition, Tom
Pullen, the pre-season choice for
starting tight end, has been lost
for the season due to a knee in-
Coach Elliott is delving into his'
reserves for replacements. Warrei
Sipp, a sophomore from Akron,
Ohio, will replace Wilhite at tight
end, while Jon Kramer, another
sophomore from Toledo, Ohio, will
take Rosema's place.

As the pennant races draw to Newly appointed Boston Red Sox
a close, baseball's hierarchy is skipper Dick Williams was bless-
performing a traditional ritual. In ed in another respect today when
the manager-hiring department, he was named the International

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HANK BAUER was rewarded with
a -new two-year contract for di-
recting the BALTIMORE ORI-
OLES to their first American
League pennant. Previously a
coach with the Birds, the former
Yankee is now completing his
third year since replacing BILLY;
HITCHCOCK at the helm of the
HITCHCOCK, in the meantime,
has found a permanent home in
ATLANTA after taking over late
in the season for the now-depart-
ed Bobby Bragan. Hitchcock was
presented with a contract reward-
ing him for leading the Braves to
a surge which has seen them win
31 of 48 games under his man-
agement and climb from seventh
to fifth place.
In DETROIT, the leading can-
didate for Tiger manager is con-
sidered to be Yankee scout MAYO
SMITH. An official announcement
of the appointment is expected to
come this weekend, when the for-
mer Philly and Redleg manager
will be named to succeed Frank
Skaff, Tiger interim director. The
second-place Bengals started the
season under the leadership of
the late Charlie Dressen. His re-
placement, Bob Swift, was forced
to retire because of illness.


League Manager of the Year. Wil-
liams was so honored after guid-
ing Toronto to its second straight
playoff victory in his two seasons
with the club.
In the senior circuit, the Los
Angeles Dodgers have a chance to
set a major league record of dub-
ious distinction. Koufax and com-
pany have been shut out 17 times
this past year and, if they should
win the flag, will become the first
pennant winner in history to be
blanked more than 15 times.
Even the rain made news in
baseball, as the Orioles and Ath-
letics had their game erased from
the schedule for the third consec-
utive day. The storm wiped out
the entire Baltimore-Kansas City
series, and, since the games will
not be replayed, deprived Frank
Robinson of additional chances to
acquire hits and RBI's in his bat-
tle for the American League tri-
ple crown.
At the other end of the stand-
ings, the cellar-dwelling Yankees
were also affected by the down-
pour. Since their entire series with
the eighth-place Senators was
washed away ,the New York club
must now try to gain ninth posi-
tion in its final set against fourth
ranking Chicago.
Not to be outdone, football man-
aged to gain a portion of the
day's headlines. In the House to-
day, REP. JOHN BYRNES of Wis-
consin urged prompt action on the
Senate-passed bill sanctioning the
merger of the NFL and AFL. In a
letter to Chairman EMANUEL
CELLAR of the House Judiciary
Committee, Byrnes said it was
"absolutely essential to the welfare
of the sport and the fans" that
the bill, now before the commit-
tee, be reported to the House floor
for a vote before adjournment.

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Bill Cosby, star of NBC's."I Spy",
can be heard on Warner Brothers'
record, "Why Is There Air?". His
shirt, incidentally, is Hathaway's
Ocean Stripe, with alternating blue
and green stripes on a white back-
ground. About $8.00.



Hathawayis a division of The Warner Brothers Co.

Hathaway Hallmarks (Or what we hoped Bill Cosby would mention)

1. A tag for your name: Sewn on
the shirt" tail of every Hathaway
Club. Helps keep your Hathaway
shirts out of envious hands.

2. Traditional button-down collar: Hand-turned for a soft roll, com- 3. Three-hole button: Used exclusively by
fortable fit and casual flare. Result: Every Hathaway Club button-down Hathaway. It is much stronger than the four-
looks equally well with or without a tie. (Also note the perfect pattern hole kind. (Euclid and your Math. professor
matching around the tip of collar. Also on pocket and seams.) know why.)

5. Lap seams: All seams on a Hathaway Club Shirt are "lapped"- 6. The Red "H": Found on every Hathaway
much like the seams on a traditional jacket. This makes the seams Club where the tails meet-but only when
extraordinarily strong and flat and neat. the shirt has passed 18 inspections.

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