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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ott Must Fill Left-Side Gaps

By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI
What with no major injuries,
except the broken leg of sopho-
more quarterback Dick Vidmer. to
worry about, Coach Bump Elliott's
major concern continues to be to
find someone to plug up the hole
in the left side of the forward
wall.
The problem of finding replace-
ments for the graduated Joe
O'Donnell at left guard and Tom
Keating at left tackle was a big
problem during spring practice
and it remains a big problem now
that the preseason scrimmages
have started.
Graduation Losses
Compounding the seriousness of,
the dilemma is the loss of Dave
Kurtz at right guard and John
Houtman behind Keating at left
tackle due to graduation. Thus
Elliott is faced with a critical gap
Keen To Aid
In Selection
Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen was
invited this week to aid in the
choosing of the U.S. Olympic
wrestling team at the U.S. Naval
Academy at Annapolis, Md.
Coach Keen will leave Ann Ar-
bor for Annapolis on Sunday and
will join the U.S. Olympic coach-
es and 36 selected wrestlers as-
sembled there next week.
Jack Barden, former Wolverine
grappler, qualified for the final
selections by placing second in the
free style division, and first in the
greco-roman trials. He will be
joined by the first two finishers
in each of the eight weight classes
of both wrestling divisions and by
others selected because of pre-
vious wrestling accomplishments.
Coach Keen and the other wres-
tling authorities will select eight
free 'style wrestlers and eight gre-
co-roman wrestlers from the 36
who will be at Annapolis.

in the left line with little reserve
strength to call upon.
The Wolverines will therefore be
forced to place their fate in the
hands of untried and untested Bill
Keating and Dave Butler at left
guard, Charles Kines at left tackle
and Tom Mack at right tackle.
According to Elliott all four of
these players did an excellent job
during spring practice and have

been coming along very nicely this
fall.
Keating, a 19-year-old junior,
is the younger brother of Tom
Keating, who was the top Wolver-
ine tackle for the past three years.
Although he didn't see any action
last fall, his -showing in spring
practice earned him the preseason
choice as Michigan's starting left
guard.

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Should Keating feel complace-
ment, however, he need only look
behind him and see Butler ready
to take his spot away. Butler is a
21-year-old senior who only saw
brief action last year. His marked
improvement in the spring drills,
though, makes him a prime,.con-
tender for the starting berth at
left guard.
Kines has been picked to start
at the left tackle spot according
to the preseason estimates. He is
a 20-year-old junior who hails
from McKinley High School in
Niles, Ohio, along with no less
than four other Wolverine players.
While at McKinley, Kines was
coached by Tony Mason who is
now Michigan's offensive line
coach.
Trophy Winner
Mack, who is presently listed at
right tackle behind Bill tearby,
is a 20-year-old junior who was
an end candidate last season, and
was switched because of a surplus
of talent at that position, but has
shown fine promise at tackle. He
won the Meyer W Morton trophy
as the most improved player in
spring practice.
If these four players Kines,
Keating, Butler and Mack-con-
tinue to show the improvement
they have been making, the hole
in the left side of the line should
once again become closed.
Tomorrow the Wolverines will
hold a closed practice at the
Stadium at 1:30.

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BILL KEATING

CHUCK KINES

ILLINOIS, MINNESOTA:
Two NCAA Teleasts
To Feature Wolverines

Included in the 14 date NBC-TV
NCAA television football schedule
will be two appearances by Mich-
igan's hopefuls.
The Wolverines make a regional
appearance Oct. 24 when, they
play host to Minnesota in the
battle 'for the Little Brown Jug
and are broadcast nationally two
weeks later against Illinois, again
as the home squad.
Featured on the expanded slate
will be appearances by all . of
1963's top teams including num-
ber one Texas and second-ranked
Navy. The schedule kicks off
Sept. ,12 in Pittsburgh as the
BruinE of. UCLA battle the home-
town Panthers. Other highlights
include t h e Oklahoma - Texas
game Oct. 10, three Big Ten con-
ference games, including the two
Wolverine battles and the Illinois-
Michigan State match Nov. 21,

and the annual Army-Navy clash
from Philadelphia Nov. 28.
The complete schedule:
Sept. 12-UCLA at Pittsburgh.
Sept. 19-Navy at Penn State; South-
ern Methodist at Florida; Kansas St. at
Wisconsin*; Stanford vs. Washington
St. (Spokane).
Sept. 26-Nebraska at Minnesota
Oct. 3--Syracuse at Holy Cross; Ark-
ansas at Texas Christian;. Washington
at Iowa*; Colorado St. at Air Force.
Oct. 10-Oklahoma vs. Texas (Dallas).
Oct. 17-So. California at Ohio St.
Oct. 24-Dartmouth at Harvard; Ten-
nessee at Louisiana St.; Minnesota at
Michigan*; Iowa St. at Missouri.
Oct. 31-Pittsburgh at Syracuse*, So.
Carolina at N. C. St.; Texas Tech at
Rice; Arizona at Air Force.
Nov. 7-Illinois at Michigan.
Nov. 14-Michigan St. at Notre Dame.
Nov. 21-Cornell at Princeton; Duke
at North Carolina; Michigan St. at
Illlnois*; So. California at UCLA.'
Nov. 26-Auburn vs. Alabama (Birm-
ingham).
Nov. 28-Army vs. Navy (Philadel-
phia).
Dec. 5-Miss. St. at Mississippi.
*Mid-Western Regional

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Major League
Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE,
W L Pct.
Baltimore 81 53 .604
Chicago 81. 55 .506
New York 76 56 .576
Detroit 71 66 .518
Los Angeles 70 69 .504
Cleveland , 67 67 .500'
Minnesota 67 68 .496
x-Boston 60 75 .444
Washington 53 83 .390
x-Kansas City 50 84 .373
x-Played night .game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 4, Minnesota 1
Los Angeles 4, New York 2
Boston at Kansas City (inc)
only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Kansas City (n)
Detroit at Washington (n)
Cleveland at Chicago (n).
Baltimore at Los Angeles (n)
Only games scheduled

GB
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141
14%
21%
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Philadelphia 80 51 .611
Cincinnati 75 57 . .568 5
San Francisco 75 60 .556 7
St. Louis 73 59 .553 7%
Pittsburgh 67 65 .508.13Y
Milwaukee 66 66 .500 13 2
Los Angeles 64 67 .489 16
Chicago 60 72 .455 20
Houston 57 77 .425 242
New York 45 88 .338 36
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 3, New York 1
Houston 6, Philadelphia 0
Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 0
Chicago 3, Cincinnati 0
only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at New York (2-tn)
San Francisco at Philadelphia (n)
Houston at Pittsburgh (n)
Chicago at St. Louis (n)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (n)

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