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October 11, 1964 - Image 11

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUDY7OTBR 1 96 H M h A AL

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Defense Clears

,Wa for irst Big en
Mason Sends in Play
That Clinches Victory

Click for Two TD 's
In Two Minute Surge

(Continued from Page 1)
at the Michigan 17.
It was only a matter of minutes
before State made the most of
the breal-a key pass from quar-
terback Steve Juday to quarter-
back-playing-flanker Dave McCor-
mick set the ball at the-four, and
Juday followed two plays later
with a sneak from the one for
the touchdown.
Halfback Jim Detwiler fumbled
the kickoff after State's first
touchdown, but Ward recovered.
Then on the first play Ward fum-

Cormick engineered a drive that
was only halted at the Wolverine
nine yard line. It was two strikes
and you're out for Kenney, and
on fourth and five MSU Coach
Duffy Daugherty sent in sopho-
more Larry Lukasik to boot the
field goal that gave the Spartans
a 10-3 lead.
The Wolverines held MSU's
oleading ground - gainer Clinton
Jones to a minus two yards rush-
ing and allowed the Spartans only
four completions in 12 pass tries.
Timberlake hit home on nine of

-Daily-Jim Lines
BOB TIMBERLAKE CRASHES through the Michigan State line
making a key gain to pick up a first down on an important
fourth-down play. Timberlake carried on 17 plays and passed for
122 yards in the Wolverines' victory.
Three In A Row, Six To Go

(Continued from Page 1)
Sygar, who played for Mason
at Niles (O.) McKinley High
School, is playing his first season
for the Wolverines after sitting
out last year with a broken leg.
He missed spring practice when he
rebroke the leg in the same place
in a freak accident. But he had
regained enough form by the first
game of the season to be a regular
in the defensive backfield. Sygar
had been counted on as a start-
ing offensive halfback a year ago
before his injury.
* * *
Fumbles played a key part in
yesterday's g am e as S ta t e
gave away the ball twice and
Michigan lost the ball three times
out of four bobbles.
The first Wolverine mistake was
the most costly as fullback Mel
Anthony fumbled Timberlake's
pitchout on the second play of the
game. Guard Ed Macuga recovered
for the Spartans on the'Wolverine
17-yard line. Five plays later
Michigan State was in the. lead,
Drives to 18
Michigan took the kickoff and
drove to the 18-yard line of Mich-
igan State when halfback Jim
Detwiler fumbled and the Spar-
tans took over. Seven plays later
State had moved to the Michigan
15-yard line and tackle Bill Yearby
stopped that scoring attempt by
recovering quarterback Steve Ju-
day's fumble.
Before the quarter was over,
linebacker Barry Dehlin red-
dogged through the Spartan line,
hit sophomore halfback Clinton
Jones; and recovered Jones'
fumble.
Detwiler fumbled again in the
second quarter but recovered it
himself for a seven-yard loss.
Sophomore halfback Carl Ward
fumbled the second half kickoff
and it was recovered by defensive
halfback Lou Bobich on the Michi-
gan 18-yard line. The Wolverine
defensive platoon held the Spar
tans and barefooted kicker Dick
Kenney missed a field goal at-
tempt from the 21-yard line.
Several Fumbles
Elliott said he thought many of
the fumbles were a result of "pull-
ing away from the ball instead of
coming to it." He also admitted
that some of the players, especial-
ly sophomores, were "a little
tight."
Michigan's quarterback option
play was working well at times but
there was a definite problem of

r

RICK SYGAR

JOHN HENDERSON

MSU MICH.
First Downs 8 20
Rushing 4 11
Passing 3 6
Penalty 1 3
Total No. of Rushes 41 52
Net Yards-Rushing 73 124
Passing 84 153
Total Plays (Rushes and
Passes) 53 71
Punts (Number) 5 6
Average Yards 40 32
Fumbles (Number) 2 4,
Ball Lost, Fumbles 2 3
Penalties (Number) 8 2
Yards Penalized 60 18
Yards Kicks Returns
Punts 24 26
Kickoffs 22 61
MICHIGAN 0 3 0 14-17
MSU 7 0 0 3-10
RUSHING
Michigan

IM
Juday
McCormick
Totals
PA
Henderson
Smith
Sygar
Rindfuss
Totals
M
Washington
McCormick
Totals
Kemp
M
$obich

SS RECEIVING
Michigan
No. Y
3S
34
3 2
1

ds.
82
46
24
1

Michigan State
Att. Comp. Yds.
10, 3 41
2 1 43
12 4 84

Avg.
27.3
15.3
8.0
1.0
15.3

bled-and recovered-again.
Timberlake passed 29 yards to
Smith for a first down, but after
the Wolverine drive moved the
ball to the Michigan State 18,
Detwiler fumbled again and the
ever-wary Spartans jumped on the
ball.
Big Man. f
State showed off its new spec-
tacular pass-catching end Gene
Washington, a glue-fingered soph-
omore, on the next series as Wash-
ington outstretched Rindfuss on
a 43-yard pass play that sent the
Spartans deep to the Michigan
15. s
The fumbles weren't all Wolver-
ine, though, as Juday-hit hard by
red-dogging linebacker Tom Cec-
chini, fumbled on the next play
and Yearby recovered for Mich-
igan.
The Wolverines got their first
big chance to get some points on
the scoreboard in the middle of
the second quarter when a 16-
yard dash around right end by
Anthony and a pass interference
call pushed the Wolverines to the
MSU 14 and a first down. When
three plays fizzled, Timberlake's
22-yard field goal attempt went
wide to the right.
Go for Three
Returning to Spartan territory
just before the half, Timberlake's
pass for Ward went incomplete,
but a second pass interference call
gave Michigan the ball at State's
35. The veteran quarterback again
went to the air lanes, and with
just seconds to go before the in-
termission hit Henderson, stepping
out of bounds at the 13.
Timberlake then swung his foot
throungh a 29-yard field goal and
three points on the last play of
the half.
The intermission wasn't rest
enough-on the kickoff Ward lost
the ball on a hard tackle and once
again the Spartans recovered,
gaining possession'' at the Michi-
gan 18.
This time the Wolverine de-
fense held, and on fourth down
from the 14 State's barefoot field
goal kicker Dick Kenney misfired
on the first of two attempts.
The second one came half a
period later when the Hawaiian
import's /boot went wide to the
left on a kick from the 34.
Once Again
State knocked on the Michigan
end zone door at the beginning
of the fourth period when Mc-

18 attempts through the air, while
Anthony was Michigan's big man
on the ground with 70 yards in
21 carries.
Yearby suffered a slight bump
on the head, but Michigan es-
caped the vctory without any ser-
ious injuries. In the other camp,
the Michigan State physician rem
ported that end Doug Roberts will.
be out for two weeks with an in-
jured right knee, Macuga will prob-
ably miss the Indiana game with a
left knee injury, and there were
assorted marks of the battle -
bumps, bruises, and cuts.
Big Factor
Daugherty pointed to the in-
juries as a' big factor in the last
minutes o fthe game. "The hitting
was hard out there and we got
banged up quite a bit."
Duffy added that "I felt our boys
played real hard all the way-
it was that passing late in the
game that really hurt."
Elliott said that it "just feels
real good" to beat Duffy.

10 153
Michigan State
No. Yds.
1 43
3 41
4 84
PUNTING
Michigan
No. Yds.
6 193
Vichigan State
No. Yds.
5 201

Avg.
43.0
13.6
21.0
Avg.
32.1
Avg.
40.2

Anthony
Timberlak
Ward
Sygar
Fisher
Detwiler-
Totals
Amnon
McCormic]
Gordon
Grogan
Cotton
C. Jones
Juday
Totals

Tries
21
e 17
5
1
7
52 ]
Michigan State
Tries
12
9
4
3
2
5
6
41

Net
70
18
18
10
9
-1
124
Net
34
23
11
7
5
-2
-5
73

Avg.
3.3
1.1
3.6
10.0
9.0
-.14
2.4
Avg.
2.8
2.5
2.9
2.3
2.5
-0.4
-0.8
1.7

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PASSING
Michigan
Att. Conmp. Yds.
Timberlake 1. 9 12
Sygar 1 1 31,
Totals 19 10 151

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