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September 29, 1964 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Prepare for Navy a tional Poll Puts 'FM' Eighth

IN FOUR SETS:
Australia Regaii

in

writers. Washington, a team that
lost 3-2 to the Air Force just a
week before the Falcons were
dumped by the Wolverines, was
ranked ninth by theAP.
Illinois, a one-game winner,
placed third with 347, and Ohio
State was fifth.
Texas, a rather convincing win-
ner over Tulane and Texas Tech
in its first two games, barely beat
out Southern California.
Listed below are the results of
this week's poll:

1.
2.
4.
5i
6.
7
8.
9.
10.

TeXas (14) 2-8'
Southern Calif: (1
Illinois (7) 1-0
Alabama (4) 2-0
Ohio State (2) 1-
Navy (1) 2-0
Auburn (2) 2-0
Michigan 1-0
Ndtre Dame 1-0
Washington (1) 1-

7)
0

2-0

357
36Eme rson Wins Ct
316
285
210

Others receiving vc
phabetically: Arkans
fornia Duke, Florida
Georgia Tech, Kentu
State, Mississippi, N
Carolina, North C
Northwestern, Okial
Syracuse, Tampa, UC

186 CLEVELAND AM-Roy Emerson
1061
106 conceded the opening set to anI
1031
1 73 inspired Chuck McKinley yester-
totes, listed al- day and then rallied for a devas-
as, Army, Cal- tating 3-6, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 victory
, Florida State, that gave Australia the Davis Cup
icky, Louisiana ifor the 12th time in the last 15
ebraska, North y
arolina State,
homa, Oregon, The final margin was 3-2 and
LA it marked another frusrating fail-
_ ure for the United States, which
s'has not been able to successfully
'to defend the ilver tennis' bowl
' since 1949.

I

on ,he Ciark.Si
had been postpo
Sunday, Fred
No. 2 player, ti
a dramatic 7-5.
triumph over D
Bakersfield,Calii
TheAmerican
and Ralston ha
with a doubles
over Emerson a
4-6, 6-3. 6-4 fo
McKinley defe,

4

Packers Score -

_I

3

LasDitch Li
DETROIT -P)-Green Bay dom-
inated the play throughout the
first half and held off a late
Detroit surge. in scoring a 14-10;
National Football League victory;
over the Lions last night.
The game was played before 59,-
203 fans, largest crowd ever to
watch a pro football game in De-
troit.
The Packers went 47 yards in
five plays to score at the start.
of the second quarter, with Paul
Hornung smashing over center
from the two.
The Lions, able to penetrate
Green Bay territory only twoc
gmes in the first two quarters,
got three points when Wayne
Walker booted a 45-yard field goal,'

The scrappy 5-foot-8 McKinley,0
Rially Foal America's No. 1 ranked player
)f LLprom San atodiio, Tex., put up a
valiant last-ditchfight tosave
with seven minutes gone in the the cup but he was helpless under
second quarter.,i the relentless bombardment of the
Green Bay quarterback Bart 27-year-old Queenslander w h o
Starr capped a 58-yard drive with climaxed his finest season.
a five-yard scoring jaunt up the Playing the type of forcing, al-
middle with 27 seconds remain- ! most errorless tennis that won him
ing'in the first half to give the the Australian, Wimbledon and
Packers a 1443 advantage. United States titles this year,
The Lions were kept out of Emerson dominated the match
Green Bay territory except foi !from the "second set to the end.
done series in the second half, be- The match, played in bright
fore Earl Morrall led an 80-yard sushine but 56-degree temperature
scoring tdrive late in the fourth _-
quarter..}
The Lions had one more crack
at the Packers with about one
minute remaining in the game bu OF YOUR HAIR
Studstill 'fumbled after, taking 'o
12-yard pass from Morrall and the
PackeHs recovered. d 6 HAIRSTYLISTS
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