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' Offense Collides



Falcon Defer

iler, SygarSet To Play;
Still Bothers Rowser







Big Ten Year Gets Under W
Indiana-NW Contest Schedu

(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan and the Air Force will
be using it to advantage. The
Wolverines, bolstered by a strong
soph crew, will have sufficient
depth for the first time in years
to come up with strong offensive
and defensive units.
Elliott has plugged up the front
wall with sophomores and non-
letter winners in an attempt to
provide an overall improved of-
fensive attack with some adequate
ground support.
Charles Kines (230), Dave But-
ler (215), and Tom Mack (220)
are without monograms and ce-
ment the center of the line along;'
with senior guard John Marcum
(205). The play of these four will
be a big key to the fate of the
j Michigan offensive attack.
Patchen Centers Line
Veteran Brian Patchen is over
the ball at center, and Steve
Smith and top-scorer John Hen-
derson start at the end posts.!
Smith and Henderson are just two
of a well-stocked end supply that
Elliott has to draw from. Captain
Jim Conley and Jeff Hoyne play
the defense, and Bill Laskey, Ben
Farabee, Craig Kirby, and Clayt
Wilhite back up the position.
So, a , big supply of Michigan
ends-and a quarterback who can
throw-Bob Timberlake, in his
third year at the Wolverine helm,
poses a dual run-throw threat on
option action.
And there's more speed in the
backfield, too-Carl Ward, sopho-
more right half, is the man to

watch. He's a speedster who will
remind Wolverine fans of Dave
Raimey. He'll be wearing the same
old number 19, too.
Anthony at Fullback
Mel Anthony resumes the full-
back chores with Barry Dehlin
spelling him on defense. Jim Det-
wiler, a 212-pound sophomore, will
probably get the nod at left half.
John Rowser is still bothered by
a knee injury and is not expected
Go3 be -In the starting lineup.'
Detwiler, who was a Toledo,
Ohio high school All-American,
has looked impressive in practice
according to Offensive coach Hank
Fonde. "Detwiler is a strong, hard-
hitting runner and a good block-
er." With Clancy out for the sea-
son and Rowser hampered by his
injury, the powerful back should
gain valuable experience before
the Big Ten opener -in two weeks.
Rick Sygar, who is steadily im-
proving from last season's leg
injury, will probably replace.
Rowser as starting defensive ,biack
SWith sophomore Rick IVolk at the
other defensiveback positions, the
Wolverines will be lacking ex-
perience. Senior safety Dick Rind-
fuss will be the only veteran back-
ing up the Wolverine linebackers.
Battle of Linebackers
The game will feature a battle
of the linebackers. Tom Cecchini
is back after injury sidelinedhim
most of last season,. and, along
with Dehlin, will back up the Wol-
verine defensive wall.
The Air Force will throw big
Larry Tollstam at the Wolverines
in return. Tollstam was named
Associated Press lineman of the
week for his efforts in the Wash-
ington game. With the Air Force
leading 3-0, Washington raced to
a first down on the Falcon six yard
line in the last two minutes of
play, but the Air Force held. And
that included a one-yard plunge
by All-American Junior Coffey on
fourth down that was stopped on
the one-foot line..
Czarnota Sparks Attack
On the ground Dick Czarnota,
206-pound right halfback, sparks
the Falcon offensive attack, with
Tim Murphy quarterbacking. Mur-
phy can throw. And he's got a
I likely target in right end Fritz
Greenlee, last year's leading pass
While Czarnota is pegged as the
big offensive gun, it was left half
Paul Wargo who paced the rush-
ing against Washington last week-
end. He lugged the pigskin 19
times for 60 yards. It was raining
and soggy through the Washing-
ton game, and Murphy, in his first
starting. "quarterback assignment,
pitched 16 passes for, 75 yards.

TIM MURPHY AND DICK CZARNOTA are the keys to the Air Force offense this year. ;Murphy,
the southpaw quarterback replacing graduated Terry Isaacson, played his first game as a senior last
Saturday. Czarnota, a halfback, is the Falcons' top candidate for All-American honors, and averaged
4.5 yards per carry last season.
Favor Washington USC in AA WU

By The Associated Press
Indiana's Hoosiers meet the
Wildcats of Northwestern today
in the only conference game in
the Big Ten.
Northwestern displayed a tight
defense and sturdy running in
downing Oregon State 7-3, last
Saturday. Quarterback Tom Myers
again gives the Wildcats aerial
strength. If fullback Steve Mur-
phy is not ready to play because
of an injured foot, sophomore
Bob McKelvey will start in his
place. Indiana ig topped by last
year's leading Big Ten rusher,
Tom Nowatzke, and is expected to
be a tough competitor this fall.
* * *
Wisconsin Hosts ND
Wisoonsin hosts Notre Dame
under its new coach, Ara Par-
seghian. The Badgers were led by
the passing of Hal Brandt and
the running of half back Carl'
Silvestri in their 17-7 victory over
Kansas State last week. The Irish,
after five straight losing years, will
be up in morale trying to make
the debut of Parseghian a success-
ful one. The Badgers are still
rated slight favorites.
MSU Opens Away
State squad is in Chapel Hill,
N.C., for a game with the Tar
Heels of North Carolina. The
Spartans lack their usual back-
field speed, but are'still a power-
ful defensive team. The Tar Heels
are still blistering after a 14-13
upset loss to North Carolina State.
MSU will play without the serv-
ices of injured quarterback Dick'
Proebs'le.and end Doug Roberts.
.* *
Illinois at Cal
Defending Big Ten champion'
Illinois opens its season against
the California Golden Bears. The.
Bears pulled an upset ofer favored
Missouri last week, 21-14, and are
relying heavily on ace passer Craig
Morton. The Illini are still a
powerful squad and are in top
physical shape. Ranked number
three nationally in the pre-season
AP poll, the Illini are rated seven
point favorites by the odds-
* * *
Minnesota's Gophers may find
rough going when they meet Ne-
braska. The Cornhuskers are run-:
ning from a multiple-T offense,
and flattened South Dakota in
their opener, 56-0. Minnesota has

had problems since its national
championship in 1960 and is rated
no higher than eighth in the Big
Ten this season. The Gophers are
-three-point underdogs to Big
Eight champion Nebraska.
Purdue Favored
Purdue hosts Ohio University
following Ohio's 16-14 win over
West Texas State. Ron DiGravio
is gone from the Boilermakers
offense, but highly praised, untried
sophomore Bob Griese is being
called up to keep the team mov-
ing adequately. Purdue is rated a
solid favorite with Ohio not ex-
pected to be a formidable op-
Ohio State, rated near the top
of the conference, is picked to


Major League Standings

beat Southern Methoc
points. Woody Hayes, d
Ten coaches, said yest
his attack "is in good
are ready." SMU has.
than the Buckeyes, I
I veteran defense is e:
hold them in check.
.* * *
Iowa Faces Ida
Iowa ushers the Idal
into competition again
teams for the first
Hawkeyes are in the i
rebuilding program, rely
on sophomores and jui
tain Tony Giacobazzi ai
back Gary Snook are c
to lead the Iowa squad
the season. Idaho, 3-0 N
San Jose State, shoulc
the Hawkeyes a lot of

W L Pet. GB
New York 94 59 .614 -
Baltimore 91 64 .587 4
Chicago 91 64 .587 4
Detroit 81 73 .526 13/
Los Angeles 79 77 .507 162
Cleveland 76 78 .494 1812
Minnesota 76 78 .494 181/z
Boston 69 87 .442 26
Washington 60 95 '.387 35
,Kansas, City 55 98 .359 39
Chicago 11, Kansas City 3
Los Angeles 1, Minnesota 0
Baltimore 10, Cleveland 6
4Detroit 3, Boston -2
New York 6, Washington 5
New York at Washington
Baltimore at Cleveland
Boston at Detroit
Chicago at Kansas City
Minnesota at Los Angeles


Philadelphia .
St. Louis
San Francisco
Los Angeles
New York



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Reybitz I T
Jackson I G
Nemeth C
Lanagan I G
Mrozek E T
Greenlee I E
Murphy EB
Wargo I H
Czarnota RH
Amdor 1B
O'Gorman IE
Bacigalupo IT
Heckert I G
Gorges E G
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Puster PE
Harklewood I B
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Jarvis TB
Jaggers PB
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If the past two weekends of quarterback Craig Fertig, end John the Indians have -had in a decade;
scant foball action arekany i- 'Thomas, plus outstanding sopho- and 11 experienced veterans are
dcatfootballaction ared anyi more quarterback Rod Sherman back with him this season.
dication, the "wild and wooly" and flanker Steve Grady, USC is Oregan and Oregon State are
West should certainly live up to well-stocked with talent. the two new additions to the old
its nickname this season.
USC Has New Coach Big Six. Last year Oregon finish-
To begin with, UCLA, a team California and UCLA are ques- ed with an 8-3 season, and, pro-
supposed to do little more than tion marks. The thing the Cal vided Coach Len Casanova can
equal last year's 2-8 record, up- Bears are supposed to lack most come up with some running backs
set Pittsburgh, 17-12, kicking off is an experienced coach. Last Sat- to help out his throwing whiz
national collegiate football two urday Ray Willsey, taking over quarterback Bob Berry, the Web-
weeks ago. from Mary Levy, showed he may feet could sneak into the title pic-
Last Saturday, Washington, a have more experience than ob- ture in their first year in the con-
team lauded as Rose Bowl mater- servers think. His squad toppled r ference.
ial, inauspiciously launched its sea- : favored Missouri eleven, 21-14. Need Quarterback
son. The Huskies dropped their Quarterback Craig Morton, billed Tommy Prothro at Oregon
opener to the Air Force, 3-2. as a future All-American, has State,.on the other hand, has the
The only question that football 32 other returning lettermen tc opposite problem. He needs a quar-
pundits may be able to resolve try to help him unseat Washing- terback to aid fullback Booker
about the unpredictable coast ton and outmuscle USC. , Washington and speedy halfbacks
teams is what they'll call the new- Then there's UCLA. Of course: Dan Espalin and Olvin Moreland.
look Big Six, now with eight a season isn't built around the Prothro is also going to have to
members. first game. The Uclans still have find someone to replace All-Amer-
Huskies Favored nine to go, three of the next four ica end Vern Burke, as is evi-
Until last weekend, experts had against Penn State, Syracuse and denced by last week's 7-3 loss to
been forecasting repeat AAWU Notre Dame. Nevertheless, Coach Northwestern.
and Rose Bowl honors for the Bill Barnes has 28 lettermen back, Elsewhere around the West, sev-
Huskies. In 1963 Washington led Included in this bunch is quarter- eral teams have more than enough
the then-Big Six in both offense back Larry Zeno, wingback Mike potential to break into the na-
and defense, evidenced by its 4-1 Haffner, endIBob Richardson, bacd tion's top 10. Utah State and
conference record. Experienced Byron Nelson, and 235-pound tac- Wyoming, both with top return-
men like fullback Junior Coffey, kle Kent Francisco. ees, seem to have the best chances
quarterback Bill Douglas, and Washington State and Stanforc' according to oddsmakers.
halfback Charlie Browning, not round out the returning Big Six Utah State compiled an 8-2 rec-
to mention nine other top-notch members. Reportedly, Bert Clark ord last season and has proven
vets, bolster the Huskies' squad. new coach at W-State, has a ball-carrying strength in halfbacks
Southern California presented 'definite problem there. Aftei Darell Steele, Don Holder, and
fans with a Big Six enigma last ; quarterback Tom Roth, halfback Mary Kendrick.
season. Acclaimed as future na-'Clarence Williams, and end Gerry Wyoming Posts Threat
tional champs, the Trojans made Shaw, the Cougars have little The Aggies' chief competition
a somewhat abortive attempt, los- depth. for Rocky Mountain honors look;
ing the Rose Bowl nod to Wash- If Washington State has little like Wyoming, which inflicted one
ington, 22-7, and finishing with a manpower, Stanford may have of the Utah State defeats last
7-3 overall record. . even less, considering last week', year. Coach Lloyd Eaton's peren-
This season the Trojans figure|29-23 loss to the Cougars. On pa- nial powerhouse features junior
to give the Huskies quite a strug- ! per though, this doesn't prove to Tom Wilkinson returning at quar-
gle. With men like Mike Garrett be the case. Sophomore Bobby Oar terback.

San Francis
Los Angeles
- T
St. Louis at
San Francis
Only games

Hungry for good conversation? Fresh informationi




Sunday, September 27:
"The Conservative-liberal Conflict:
. Its Moral Foundations"
Speaker, Prof. John Clark, Engineering Dept.
Speech followed by discussion. Students of all faiti
or lack thereof-welcome.
Material refreshment as well as food for thought
at no charge

Olympic Wrestlers
Bring High Praise

ANNAPOLIS, Md. P) -- The
coach of the U.S. Olympic free-
style wrestling team closed out
training, camp yesterday with f
prediction that four of his eight
wrestlers could win gold medals
in Tokyo.





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