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THE MIChIGAN DAILY . -_TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER1.,_1.
Rates:Wolverines Brace for Air Force Attack
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By TOM WEINBERG ' specific plans from there," Elliott "There are lots of things t6to make for Rick," Elliott says. ly was more than usual," he said, scrimmage. Timberlake would r
commented yesterday. work out," he said, "but on the "Anyway, he did a fine job of! "but we've been devoting quite a out and start to sweep the ei
Op-.With only 12 days until the Air Meanwhile, some advance strat- whole, we were pleased with the picking up the position." bit of time to our passing game." then either charge forward
Force game and a gruelling egy fdr Air Force will be under- scrimmage." John Rowser, the other left I Gabler and Hollis combined for shovel a lateral to Ward dashi
scrimmage under their belts, the taken this week. Elliott expressed There was some juggling of the halfback behind Ward played on 12 of 15 completions in the first around the outside.
'Michigan Wolverines opened the doubts about doing too much ad- alignments of the first and second the first defensive unit and was, half of the scrimmage, playing Although the coach was l
api 1s favorites appear on the Ole Miss last week of general conditioning vance preparation, since last teams, but the coach is hesitant used along with Sygar, Ward1 and against the first defensive unit. disturbed with the sporadic o
it- sceditnl ri entduc, Fr- practice yesterday. year's Air Force star quarterback, to publicize any specific changes senior Dick Rindfuss in the safe- Bob Timberlake handled most of ense in the scrimmage, he co
ite idiaTl LSI a d Ten nesky, - Beginning with next week's Terry Isaacson, has graduated and at this point. ty position on kickoffs and punts. the quarterbacking for the Blue mented that the ball handli
uthe Ada, Tulane,. tS randTennessee. workouts, head coach Bump El new patterns are expected to Elliott was pleased that there Rowser displayed some of the squad, with sophomore Rick Volk was improved from the previo
esse okaho, fhs ew c - liott will put the squad through emerge. were no injuries of any conse- speed that enabled him to place putting in some time in the sec- week when sloppy handoffs a
essed n h oer Jones ha ta specific offenses and defenses Errors on Key Plays quence incurred on Saturday; but in the Big Ten broad jump last ond half. Volk is presently on the slippery fingers caused numer
pla the helm. omer Jones has taken geared for the particular op- Elliott and his staff reviewed said that he was still uncertain winter when he raced 88 yards first defensive unit, and is along fumbles.
scee frud years.- ponents. the films of Saturday's intra- as to when starting junior half- for a touchdown after a long with Hollis and Gabler in the line The bevy of talented ends ti
with "Coaches (Don) Dufek and squad scrimmage and points out back Jack Clancy would return, punt in the third quaiter on Sat- of succession to Timberlake's top the Wolverines now boast broug
laces Sooners Play Texas:, (Denny) Fitzgerald will go out to that there were occasions when Clancy is still in traction at the urday. spot. comment ,rom Elliot. e Is
h 10 Oklahoma will get its supreme see the Air Force-Washington errors on key plays hurt the Blue hospital, trying to relieve himself One definite outcome of Satur- Timberlake to Ward that he was particularly impres
*d. test Oct. 10 when it meets Texas game this weekend. We'll work out (first and second) team. of the back injury that plaguedday's scrimmage was the uncovr. Immediately after Saturday's with play of, Clayte Wilhite a
ional in Dallas, but the schedule also him during the summer. drg of junior quarterbacks Pete scrimmage, Elliott praised the Craig Kirby who worked mos
vic- includes Southern California and: TET'While Clancy is out, Elliott has Hollis and Wally Gabler as acu- running of sophomore halfback jwith the White squad. '
vy in Maryland, plus Kansas, Kansas ("Pill moved sophomore Rick Sygar over rate passers. Elliott praised them Carl Ward who scored the first neither player was moved up
laced State, Colorado, Iowa State, Mis- '7i1JJ from left to right halfback. Sy- both yesterday after having check- two touchdowns for the, list of teams as the coaci
ed by 'souri, Nebraska and Iowa State. gar played a good portion of the ed out the pictures. Ward and Timberlake were in- were equally pleased with capt
196 Third-ranke :Ilinois, which , scrimmage in that slot along with The coach said that the films volved in an option play which Jim Conley, Steve. Smith and E
144: beat Washington i the Rose Bowl The college football season gets under way in earnest this sophomore Jim Detwiler. Ishowed more passing than he had was used quite frequently in the Farabee.
17-7, has 22 lettermen but despite Saturday and Michigan students will once again have the chance "It's not too big an adjustment I thought was done. "There certain-
basis some promising sophomores Coach to reveal their prognosticating prowess in the Daily's annual Grid F o
f Pete Elliott will probably build Picks contest "~ i 10 Standings

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NFL
Eastern Conference
' W L T Pet. PF PA
Cleveland 1 0 0 1.000 27 13
Philadelphia 1 0 0 1.000 38 7
St. Louis 1 0 0 1.000 -16 6
-New York 0 1 0 .000 7 38
Dallas 0 1 0 .000 6 16
Pittsburgh 0 1 Q .000 14 26
Washington 0 1 0 .000 13 27
Western Conferences; ,
Detroit 1 0 0 1.000 .26 17
Green Bay 1 0 0 1.000 23 12
Los Angeles 1 0 0 1.000 26 14
Minnesota 1 0 0 1.000 34 24
Baltimore 0 1 0 .000 24 34'
Chicago ' 0 1 0 .000- 12 23
San Francisco 0 1 0 .000 17 26-
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 38, New York 7
Cleveland 27, Washington 13
Detroit 26, San Francisco,17
Green Bay 23, Chicago 12
Los Angeles 26, Pittsburgh 14
Minnesota 31, Baltimore 24
SATURDAY'S RESULT
St. Louis 16, Dallas 6

AFL
Eastern Division

New York
Boston
Buffalo
Houston

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Western Division . -
San Diego 1 0 0 1.000 -27
Denver 0 1 0 .000 6
Kansas City 0 1 0 .000 17
Oakland 0 1 0 .000 14
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 17, Oakland 14
Buffalo 34, Kansas City 17
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
New York 30, Denver 6
San Diego 27, Houston 21

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2-Daily-Jim Lines
RICH YOLK, sophomore quarterback behind Bob Timberlake,.
rolls out and bloCks on an option play. Volk is noted for his defen-
sive skills and is listed at the safety spot in the first defensive
platoon.

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE'
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 88 59 .599 -
New York ' 84 58 .592 1
Chicago 86 61 .585 2
Detroit 77 69 .527 10%
Los Angeles 75 72 .510 13 r
Cleveland 72 72 .500 14%
Minnesota 72 74 .493 15
Boston 64 83 .435 24
Washington 57 90 .388 31
Kansas City 54 91 .372 33
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS;
Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3
Kansas City 7, Boston 6
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES,
Chicago at Detroit (n)
Washington at Cleveland (n)
Minnesota at Baltimore (n)
Los Angeles at New York (n) -
Kansas City at Boston (n)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 87 57 .604 -
St. Louis 80 63 .559 6
Cincinnati 79 64 .552 7%
San Francisco 80 65 .552 7
Milwaukee 74 69 .517 12'
x-Pittsburgh . 73 69 .514 13
x-Los Angeles ' 72 71 . 03 14
Chicago 65 78 .455 21I
Houston 59 87 .404 29
New York 49 95 .340 38
x-incomplete.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
-Philadelphia 4, Houston 1
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (inC)
Only games scheduled .
TODAY'S GAMES -
Cincinnati at Chicago
St. Louis at Milwaukee (n)
Philadelphia at Houston'(n)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (n)
New York at San Francisco (n)

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