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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE'

FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Tim erlake Heads 11' Backfield

TO MEET IN FINALS:
Wings, Leafs Take.Playoffs

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
last article in a series analyzing
the 1964 Michigan football team,f
position by position.)f
By CHUCK VETZNER i
The 1964 football season might
seem a long way off, but it
doesn't take too much imaginationI
to picture Bob Timberlake barking
out signals with Mel Anthony
crouching behind him, flanked byt
two halfbacks.1
That's the way Michigan's back-
field seems to be shaping up-
Timberlake and Anthony as prob-
able starters, and two undeter-j
mined halfbacks.
Head Coach Bump Elliott sounds
cautious when he says "Anthony;
and Timberlake have good chances
of starting." But that statement1
seems outspoken when he adds,
"It's too early to tell who will
be starting at halfbacks."

Actually Elliott's noncommittal
attitude is understandable even
though both. starting halfbacks
from last season, Dick Rindfuss
and Jack Clancy, are returning.
Rindfuss is not out for spring
practice due to an off-season an-
kle injury. Three other halfbacks,
Dick Wells, John Rowser, and Dor-
ie Reid, will also miss spring ball
due to their participation on the
track team.
Sygar Out, Too
Rick Sygar, who last fall had
been a leading candidate for a
first-string berth until he broke
his leg, joined the ranks of miss-
ing halfbacks by suffering the
same injury a few weeks ago.
Offensive backfield coach Hank
Fonde is optimistic about Sygar's
chances of returning to last
spring's form. But Fonde is not
so cheerful on his halfback evalu-
ations this spring with five of his
charges absent.
As of now the first-string half-
backs are Clancy and Bob Quist.
The situation is further compli-
cated by a couple of freshman
backs whom Fonde and Elliott
say they won't overlook in the
great halfback hunt. Two Ohioans,
Carl -Ward and Jim Detwiler, are
playing third string right now and
the coaching staff has expressed
its praise for both boys.
Speedy Ward
Fonde says that Ward is a hard
hitter and Elliott adds that he is
one of the fastest backs on the
team, a reported :09.7 100-yard
dashman.
On Detwiler; Fonde comments.
"He's more of a power halfback
although he can also run very
well."
The main factor working against
these freshman scatbacks was
pointed out by defensive backfield

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Detroit's underdog
Red Wings took a two-goal lead in
the first five minutes and went
on to defeat the- Chicago Black
Hawks 4-2 last night in the sev-
enth and final game of their
semifinal Stanley Cup series.
Detroit broke in front on its
first shot at 1:55 when Floyd
Smith banged one through a clut-
ter of players and past Glenn
Hall.
The Red Wings made it 2-0 at
5:06 when Gordie Howe, the old
smoothie, watched three Hawks
Drill Team
Vies in Meet
The University of Michigan's
Pershing Rifles (3-D) Drill Team
will defend its national title to-
day at the Cherry Blossom Festi-
val meet held annually in Wash-
ington, D.C.
One of the few tri-service drill
teams in the nation, the P.R.'s
have been state champions for the
past four years.
The national meet at Washing-
ton matches the best 50 teams in
the nation in open competition.
Michigan's 24-man squad, defend-
ing champions this year, has plac-
ed among the top ten for the past
four years.
The team has gained nationwide
recognition because it is the only
group which uses a completely sil-
ent six minute sequence in com-
petition. This sequence consists of
approximately 900 counts without
verbal instruction of any kind.

battle for the puck behind their
own net, grabbed the loose puck
and hooked it into the net.
Chicago, outplayed badly in the
first 20 minutes, scored its first
goal at 11:09 with Red Hay
smashing an unassisted goal be-
tween Terry Sawchuk's legs.
But, Detroit roared right back'
and 23 seconds later boosted its
lead to 3-1 with Alex Delvecchio
slamming home a goal..
The action-paced second period
saw Reggie Fleming knock Saw-
chuk to the ice as the Detroit'
goalie went behind his net to clear
a loose puck. Fleming drew a
charging penalty and three sec-
onds later he returned to the ice.,
Bobby Hull powered a short shot
past Sawchuk in the process of
killing the penalty to cut Detroit's
lead to one goal.
Although the Hawks had to ride
off penalties in the last five min-
utes, playing two of the minutes
at a two-man disadvantage, the.
Red Wings were unable to pad
their lead.
Sawchuk, meanwhile, did not
come out for the final period mak-

ing it the third time he was re-
placed during a game in the se-
ries because of injuries. He was
replaced by Roger Crozier.
Leafs Win
MONTREAL - Toronto's Dave
Keon scored three goals as the de-
fending Stanley Cup champions
whipped Montreal 3-1 last night
in the seventh and deciding game
of their National Hockey League
semifinal playoff series.
The Leafs, who finished only
third in the regular season, relied
on an opportunistic offense in fin-
ally winning the all-Canadian bat-
tle from Montreal's regular season
champions.

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QUARTERBACK BOB TIMBERLAKE, a most probable start-
er this year, is shown breaking through the opposing line in
last year's annual spring scrimmage. Timberlake emerged to-
ward the end of last season as the Wolverines' top quarter-
back with his running power and passing skill.

NHL PLAYOFFS
Detroit 4, Chicago 2 (Detroit wins
best-of-7 series 4-3)
Toronto 3, Montreal 1 (Toronto wins
best-of-7 series 4-3)
NBA
Eastern Division Final
Boston 109, Cincinnati 95 (Boston
wins best-of-7 series 4-1)

coach Don Dufek who observes,
"experience is a big asset."
Why They're Shoo-ins
The importance of experience
helps explain why returning start-
ers Timberlake and Anthony would
appear to be shoo-ins to repeat
those roles next fall. The two are
on Blue (first) team this spring
and there are very few battle-
wise performers backing them up.
Behind Timberlake at quarter-
back are sophomore Pete Hollis,
who failed to get into a game last
year, and freshmen Dick Vidmer
and Rick Volk. The only other ex-

perienced men, Don Chandler and
Frosty Evashevski, will be gradu-
ating.
Chuck Dehlin, who operated as
second-string fullback last year,
will be playing primarily on de-
fense this year, according to El-
liott. This switch is due to the new
rule allowing much more substitu-
tion.
This leaves the rest of the of-
fensive chores to Gary Shick, who
only played in one game last year.
Elliott also has hopes that fresh-
men Dave Fisher and Bob Mielke
will make the grade.

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