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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Team Effort as

By TOM WEINBERG
All of a sudden Michigan's a
national football power.
Why?
Coach Bump Elliott points to
the "great team effort" of the'
Wolverines Saturday as they
trounced Navy 21-0, and the vet-
eran amateur observers simply
say "we've got a lot of good kids
and they like to hit."
Wherever the explanation for
two weeks of success lies, the sea-
son is just beginning.. As Elliott
commented to a locker room
hanger-on after the youngster
shouted that we're going to the
SRose Bowl,"we haven't played a

(ey to Victory
I both first units, offensive and de- Dehlin was sewn up for 13
fensive,,were set up in formations stitches in his face, but will hope-
to counter the Spartans. The ex- fully be ready for State.
act plans for the week are yet to Rowser's condition is still a
be determined, but Elliott says question mark, as the knee injury
. that all practices will be closed to that has prevented him from both
observers. of the first two games is still
The coaches were particularly bothersome. Elliott wouldn't make
pleased with Michigan's defense any predictions about the Jur lor's
on Saturday While shutting .out prospects for this week but was

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the M i d d i e s, the Wolverinesx
smothered Heisman Trophy win-
ner Roger Staubach. In fact, right
now the All-American is in the
hospital suffering from a renewal
of his injured Achilles tendon and
is expected to miss at least a week
of action.

rather pessimistic about him.

Big Ten
Standings

1

All
Games

Conference

SOPHOMORE HALFBACK LOU'E LEE (41) braces for an encounter with Navy's Jon Prusmacke
(30) in Saturday's victory over the Middies. Lee, who plays behind another sophomore, Carl Ward,
has seen both offensive and defensive action this season, and is one example of the depth that has
helped the Wolverines to two straight victories.

game yet." Key plays by defensive signal-F
Number One caller Tom Cecchini, guard John
The "first game" is at East Yanz and tackles Bill Yearby and.
Lansing this Saturday where the Arnie Simkus led to the -downfall
Wolverines will be out to beat of Navy and Staubach, but one
State for the first time in this outcome of the game went almost
decade. unheralded-the depth of the.Wol-
Elliott, the other coaches, and verines.
the players have been studying the Frank Nunley came on to suc-
films of Saturday's Spartan con- cessfully replace linebacker Barry
quest over Southern California Dehlin who went out with a cut
and they all agree that "they've lip. Rick Sygar proved himself as
got a fine team." a potent replacement for tnjured
"It wasn't just a fluke. They John Rowser in the defensive sec-
dominated the game," Elliott said, ondary. Ben Farabee caught a key
citing the staunch State defense. pass that set up the touchdown
Southern Cal racked up 307 yards that iced the game while playing
in the air in last week's upset in Steve Smith's tight' end slot.
over Oklahoma, but could only Craig Kirby justified the. coaches'
muster 90 in 22 attempts on Sat- faith in his pass receiving abiliti-
urday. ties as he moved in to replace
Most observers are still high on John Henderson. And Dave Fisher
Southern California, despite the came on to barrel through the
t showing at East Lansing, and some Middies for the final touchdown.
impartial observers, like Michigan Smith Ailing
State athletic director Biggie In the injury department, Smith
Munn, thinks they're a cinch for I appears the most serious, as his
the Rose Bowl. hip ailment kept him out of uni-
The Wolverines started the form yesterday and is expected to
week off yesterday by working keep him there for at least a

Illinois
Ohio State
Michigan
Iowa
Mich. St.
Purdue
Wisconsin'
Minnesota
N'western
Indiana

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0 37 20
0 44 17
0 45 7
0 62 42
1 32 28
1 32 34
1 24 38
1 47 46
1 27 33
2 22 31

How The Stand

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NFL
W L T Pct. PF PA
Baltimore 3 1 0 .750 132 74
Los Angeles 2 1 1 .667 85 79
Detroit 2 '1 1 .667 79 51
Minnesota 2 2 0 .500 99 103
Green Bay 2 2 0 .500 80 67,
San Francisco 2 2 0 .500 89 94
Chicago 1 3 0 .250 67 134
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Cleveland 3 0 1 1.000 115 72
St. Louis 3 0 1 1.000 95 69
Philadelphia 2 2 0 .500 103 70
Pittsburgh 2 2 0 .500 71 88
Dallas 1 3 0 .250 53 84
New York 1 3 0 .250 47 101
Washington 0 4 0 .000 58 87
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 23, Washington 17
'Cleveland 27, Dallas 6'
Philadelphia 21, Pittsburgh 7
Minnesota 24, Green Bay 23
Detroit 26, New York 3
Baltimore 35, Los Angeles 20
San Francisco 31, Chicago 21
Staubach
In Hospital
F ANNAPOLIS UP)-Navy quarter-
back Roger Staubach was hos-
pitalized yesterday with . a per-.
sistent foot injury and a. Naval
Academy spokesman said, "We
don't know whether he'll be avail-
able" for Friday's game with
Georgia Tech.
Staubach is in the hospital
strictly as a precautionary meas-
ure and for observation, the
spokesman said.
Red Wings
Sign crozier
DETROIT-Goalie Roger Croz-
ier, the Detroit Red Wings' new
No. 1 man in the nets, agreed to
contract terms yesterday.
Crozier's signing completed the
National Hockey League club's
roster for the 1964-65 season.
Crozier, 22, a Canadian, is suc-
cessor to the veteran Terry Saw-
chuk. Sgwchuk was drafted by
the Toronto Maple Leafs from the
Red Wings last summer in ex-
change for $20,000.

AFL
W L T Pct. PF PA
Buffalo 4 0 0 1.000 117 53
Boston 4 0 0 1.000 115 62
Houston 2 2 0 .500 108 100
New York 1 1 1 .500 57 49
WESTERN DIVISION
Kansas City 2 1 0 .667 66 50
San Diego 1 2 1 .333 75 101
Oakland 0 4 0 .000 71 103
Denver 0 4 0 .000 46 137
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
San Diego 17, New York 17 (tie)
Buffalo 23, Oakland 20
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 28, Houston 7
Boston 39, Denver 10

LATE
SCORES,
Arizona State 24, Wichita 18
Arizona 28, Washington State 12
UCLA 26, Stanford 20
Utah 22, Idaho 0
Rice 22, W. Virginia 0
Alabama 24, Vanderbilt 0
Tennessee 14, Mississippi St. 13
Oregon St. 13, Baylor 6
Memphis State 13, Tampa 0
Arkansas 29, TCU 6

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AMERICAN ILEAGUE
W L Pct GB
New York 99 63 .611 -
Chicago 98 64 .605 1
Baltimore 97 .65 .509 2
Detroit 85 77 .525 14
Los Angeles 82 80 .506 17
Cleveland 79 83 '.488 20
Minnesota 79 83 .488 20
Boston 72 90 .444 27
Washington 62 100 .383 37
Kansas City 57 105 .352 42
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 2, Newo York 1 (13 inn)
Boston 14, Washington 8
Chicago 6, Kansas City 04
Los Angeles 3, Minnesota 0 (6 inn,
rain)
Only games scheduled

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
St. Louis 93 69 .574
Cincinnati 92 70 .568
Philadelphia 92 70 .568
San Francisco 90 72 .556
Milwaukee 88 74 .543.
Los Angeles 80 82 .494
Pittsburgh 80 82 A494
Chicago 76 86 .469
Houston 66 96 .407
New York 53 109 .327
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 11, New York 5
Philadelphia 10, Cincinnati 0
Chicago 9, 'San Francisco 2
Milwaukee 6, Pittsburgh 0
Los Angeles 11, Houston 1

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