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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAYOCTOBER 28.1964

WED-N &TI VA . VA~LIJUV A01 VIAL*

r.

ers' Passes Lead ildcats

By GIL SAMBERG
Northwestern?
"When they start connecting
they can murder you," defensive
backfield coach Don Dufek said
after scouting the Wildcats last
week at East Lansing. He feels
that they have the explosive of-
fense to pose a big threat to the
Wolverines.
This year the Wildcats have
been moving in jerks and starts,
winning their first two games
against Oregon State and Indiana,
but dropping the next four to Il-
linois, Minnesota, Miami (O) and
Michigan State.
Minnesota Films
The films of last Saturday's
Michigan-Minnesota game will
be shown tonight at 7 p.m. at
the Business Administration
Bldg., Room 130. Wally Weber
will narrate.
The Northwestern offense is
keyed around its All-America
quarterback Tommy Myers. My-
ers, a forgotten man of the Big
Ten after two years of extensive
publicity with a winning team,
has been bothered by injuries this
year. He was out for the entire
Minnesota clash, during which re-
serve quarterback Dave Milan took
the reins in a losing cause. "The
fact that he was out really hurt
their team," says Dufek.

running attack, passing will have
to be the foundation of North-
western's offense.
Banaszek Leads Receivers
Myers' favorite receiver is a
225-pound newcomer, Casimir Ba-
naszek. The sophomore is already
Northwestern's leading aerial tar-
get. Dufek was impressed with
him. "He has caught 21 passes' so
far. He's not extremely, fast but
he has excellent moves and good
hands. He is their short receiv-
er." Banaszek was originally a
Chicago basketball prospect, but
he chose football at Northwestern
over Loyola's offer and is now
considered one of the most prom-
ising ends in the conference.
Banaszek is noted for being at
the right place at the right time
and for sometimes catching passes
when out of position. Against In-
diana he made a diving one-
handed catch which helped set up
a touchdown when Northwestern
was losing, 7-0.
Deep Pass Threat
The long bomb threat is split-
end Dick Smith, a 200-pound speed
merchant who is the second- lead-
ing Northwestern receiver. The
former flanker back has caught
passes totaling over 200 yards and
has scored two touchdowns.
Myers is part of a "3-M back-
field" running from an "I" for-
mation. The other names in the
triumverate are fullback Steve
Murphy and halfback Dick Mc-
Caully.

AFTER FIVE GAMES:
Statistics Re
Statistics for the first five TotalP
games of the current season illus- Rush
Punts,
trate the fact that quarterback Avera
Bob Timberlake is the key to the Kickof
potent Wolverine offense. Yardsf
- Punt
Timberlake leads in rushing, Kick
passing and scoring. His 341 yards Fumbl
on the ground top the total of Balll
workhorse Mel Anthony by 12. His Penalt.
passing supremacy is obvious. Hav- Yard
ing compiled 41 points, Timberlake
has also been responsible for near- Detwil
ly half of Michigan's scoring. Timber

Veal Timberlake Domination

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A

Plays
hes & Passes
,N umber
age Distance
fs, returned by
Kicks Returned
is
offs
es
lost by
ies, Number
s Penalized

358
20
37.1
12
360
88
272
12
10
22
227

301
23
39.5
11
234
72
162
11
9
25
187
Avg.
4.9
4.7
5.3
3.2
2.1
5.5
4.1

Reid
Lee
Sygar
Gabler
Volk
Timberlake
Evashevski
Hollis
Gabler
Sygar-
Rindfuss
Kirby
Henderson
Detwiler
Farabee
Smith

2
3
3
2
3

8
'7
9
_1
12

4.0
2.3
3.0
-4.5
4.0

Rindfuss
Lee
Sygar

2
1
3

26
9
24

0
0
1

PASSING
Att. Comp.Int. Yds.
72 35 5 489
3 1 1 15
2 0 0 0
1 0 0 0
2 1 0 31
1 1 0 47
RECEIVING

Kemp

PUNTING
No.
20.
SCORING

Yds. Avg.
742 37.1

TD
0
0
0
0
1
0

ler
!rlake

Listed below are t
statistics:
MIC
First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Total No. of Rushes
Net Yards-Rushing1
Passing
Forward Passes Att.
Completed
Intercepted by
Yds. Int'eept. Ret.

he five-game j
'HIGAN OPP.
100 76
69 33
25 38

Ward
Fisher
Bass
Evashevski
Anthony

RUSHING
Tries Nete
35 173
72 341
60 318
18 57
6 13
2 11
80 329

No. Yds.
6 38
13 217
4 78
3 46
6 114

TI)
Timberlake 4
Ward 2
Smith 1
Anthony 2
Detwiler 1
Fisher 1
Sygar 1
Henderson 1
Farabee 0
Team (Safety)
Mich. Totals 13
Opp. Totals 7

TD
0
2
0
0
1

CK CPR FG
8 0 3
0 0 0
0 1 0
0 °0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 1 0
8 2 3
5 0 1

TP
41
12
8
12
6
6
6
6
2
2
101
50

)

6
287
1261
582
8
38
6
13

J
189
440
807
139
71
6
119

Passing Attack Murphy, a 210-pound senior, is W
In his five games, Myers com- the highest scoring fullback in.a..:. :.:.:.::.:.:
pleted 54 of 127 passes for 730 Northwestern history, leading the
yards and two touchdowns. Al- team in that department with 56 NORTHWESTERN QUARTERBA(
though he holds some 13 school points in 1962 and 36 in 1963. This stantly harassed by the Michigan
passing records, the senior quar- year-although hurt by recurrent Wolverine victory. Here end Jim C
terback had to work on his run- ankle sprains-he is the scoring who was thrown for a net rushing
ning in order to keep the oppos- and rushing leader. "He reinjured w
ing defenses honest. Myers aver- his ankle against State last Satur- most of the slack when Murphy th
aged -1.9 yards per carry last day, but with no word about his is injured. he
season and has maintained ap- condition we'll have to expect him Cerne Anchors Line ce
proximately the same average this to be in there against us," said The offensive line is anchored by in
season. Dufek yesterday. He has netted center Joe Cerne, the heaviest f at
Although there are many eligi- over 270 yards on the ground thus starting center in Northwestern's aft
ble receivers for Myers to throw far this season, history at 232 pounds. The line
to, he still has a problem. "The McCauley at Half averages about 225 pounds per
receivers don't have as much ex- McCauley, another senior who. man, in spite of a 200-pound end. ta
perience as in the past," indicates tips the scales at 175, is a "fast The Wildcat defense resembles ve
Dufek. Still, Myers is a very cap- and shifty" halfback who is very that of Michigan State.. The line on
able passer and with injuries cut- versatile. In his first five games averages 216 pounds and is termed ar
ting into the effectiveness of the he was the Wildcats' third rush- by Dufek as "really tough." After 1
.er, netting 170 yards, as well as losses at graduation last year, the fe
third leading pass receiver, with rebuilding of the line was one of ya
seven receptions for 111 yards and
a touchdown. McCauley also runs
'back kickoffs, averaging 25 yards SPORTS SHORTS:
a return, as well as punts, four
for 17 yards. Dufek thinks that he
is "a very good halfback who isI e r ia
also an excellent defender and
Swill probably go both ways in the
game."
::.....The remaining halfback slot is
filled by an Ohio junior, Ron Rec- N FP ay
tor. Formerly a reserve flanker-
back, he was switched to a run-
ning position last spring when he By The Associated Press de
dominated the rushing statistics. DETROIT-The Detroit Lions
In the first five games this year signed Sonny Gibbs as a free op
!he gained 112 yards on the ground agentedsteny Gobas up afree no
{. for one touchdown, and 97 yards terback Mtd Pu bafk u pr
as a 'receiver for another score. ebc Milt Plum, after the Na- arr
as arecive fo anthe scre.tional Football League voted to s
Against Illinois he was on the libeal ita40-lae lmt 'bsa
other end of a 78-yard pass plays4bl
from Myers which went for the' Under the previous interpreta-
I Wildcats' only score of the after- tion of the rule, the 40-man ros-
DICK McCAULEY i noon. It is Rector who makes up ters were frozen. No new men c
could be added until three play- al
1 ers had been placed on reserve for,

Rink Opens
For Skaters
The University Ice Rink, 721 S.
Fifth Ave., will be open from 10-
12 a.m. today.
Kip Taylor, manager of the rink,
reported that the arena will also
be open at the same time tomor-
row, and Sunday 3-5 p.m. When
the football season is completed,F
the rink will also be open Wednes-
day and Saturday nights.
Students will be charged 50 cents
per session for admission. Facul-
ty and University employes must
pay 75 cents and general admis-
sion is $1.
Skate rental costs 50 cents and
the same price is charged for
sharpening skates.
Taylor also pointed out that
groups living in Ann Arbor may:
rent the arena for $20 an hour
and outside groups may use the
ice facilities at $30 an hour.

CHEMISTS-B.S. M.S. & Ph.D.
Expanding utilization research program has created chal-
lenging career opportunities for basic and applied chemical
research and development in diversified fields.
ORGANI-
Structure, synthesis, derivatives; basic and applied research.
PHYSICAL-
Polymer structure; solution and solid state properties.
BIOCHEMISTRY-

4

t

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
CK TOM MYERS was con-
defense in last year's 27-6
onley puts the rush on Myers
ass of 44 yards.
.e most important jobs of new
ead Coach Alex Agase. "They
rtainly have a good line as seen
the films. They have Pat Riley
end, and Larry Zeno is back
ter missing all of last season."
Szczecko at Tackle
The big man on the line is
ckle Joe Szczecko, a 235-pound
teran. Says Dufek, "Szczecko is
ne of the best Defensive linemen
round."
In their opening game, the de-
nse held Oregon State to 20
ards on the ground.

Proteins, enzymes, natural products;
and properties.

isolation,

structure

4

ins from'
r Ruling1
termine his baseball future.
Ford, who pitched the Series
ener for the Yankees but saw
other action, has a circulation
oblem in his left shoulder and
m. He has lost some of the sen-
tion in his hand and has trou-
e raising his arm over his head.
AAU Wants NCAA Members
SAN FRANCISCO-The nation-
president of the Amateur Ath-
tic Association said yesterday he
ped the National Collegiate Ath-
tic Association would accept the
AU's invitation to "fill key posi-
ons on AAU policy-making bod-
s, so they could have a voice
the management of U.S. ath-
tics."
Jay-Ehret Mahoney, just re-
rned from the Tokyo Olympics,
id when asked about the long-
anding feud between the AAU
nd the NCAA:
"We're not feuding with the

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M Wed., Nov. 11 *
Flint IMA Aud.
Thur., Nov. 12
Lansing Civic Center
Ticket prices
4.00, 3.50, 3.00, 2.50 U,

ANALYTICAL-
Development and application of instrumental methods.
Sign ip for an interview with our representative on
October 29, 1964
At your placement office
Or write to
Northern Regional Research Laboratory
1815 North University Street
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GRID SELECTIONS

This week's Grid Picks' winner, Bad Bill, a grad in psychopathy,
was visited yesterday during his visiting hours at "the Rock." Con-
cerning the contest he said, "On Saturday I stopped the armored car
which was carrying the Grid Picks selections. I clubbed the driver
and the guard with my sledge hammer and then filled out an entry
with all the correct scores on it I did it to satisfy my alter ego."
Entries may be picked up at The Daily, 420 Maynard Street,
and they must meet the weekly deadline of midnight Fridav Onlv

the
aqua
inj
ma
suf
Ch
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season because of injuries. Iho
At the time, the Lions put let
arterback Earl Morrall on the A
ured reserve list for the re- tic
inder of the season. Morrall ie
fered a broken collar bone at in
icago two weeks ago. let
* * *
Ford Enters Hospital tu-
NEW YORK - Whitey Ford, sa
ace left-hander of the New sta
rk Yankees who was sidelined an
arm trouble during the World

one entry is allowed each contestant. Series, is scheduled to enter a NCAA; they are feuding with the
The weekly winner becomes eligible for the grand prize at the hospital today for tests that may AAU.
end of the season in addition to receiving two tickets to the Michigan *""" " l"w= """ "" m""""""o""n"..I
Theatre, now showing "Kisses for My President." , U
"I'll donate my tickets to charity," we heard Bill yell as we.a(oI4 4,v(lea uiu'lah t
boated back to the mainland. ,
THIS WEEK'S GAMES PIZZA COUPON
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3. Ohio State at Iowa 13. Oregon State vs. Stanford 25c OFF ON LARGE
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9. Iowa State at Army
10. Kansas at Kansas State

19. Oklahoma at Colorado
20. Florida State at Houston

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