THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1964
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
rit--r Rwvvv I
THE MICHIGAN DAILY A f~' t~'
YAIa' E ;SEVEN
Myers Seeks to
By LLOYD GRAFF
"I was considering coming to
Michigan until I heard that they
got Bob Timberlake. I wanted to
steer clear of anywhere he went."
These are the words of Tom
Myers, Northwestern's highly ac-
claimed senior quarterback who
will lead the Wildcats this Satur-
day against the Wolverines.
Myers was a high school star in
Troy, Ohio, a football-mad town
in the central part of the state.
Troy is only 75 miles from Frank
lin, Ohio where Timberlake de-
velopedasra prep football player.
Each quarterback knew of the
other by reputation, but they
never played against each other.
When their senior season's end-
ed college football coaches de-
PHILADELPHIA P) -- Heavy-
weight Joe Frazier, who won the
Olympic gold medal at Tokyo, re-
vealed yesterday he won the cham-
pionship bout fighting with a
broken left hand.
Frazier, in a local hospital re-
ceiving treatment for the injury,
said he broke it in the second
round of the semifinal.
Frazier, a Philadelphia slaught-
erhouse worker, gained a 3-2 de-
cision over Hans Huber in last
Friday's final. Frazier didn't favor
the hand in the bout, however, as
reports of the fight said. He re-
sorted to numerous left hooks
Broken on Russian
"It happened when I hit the
Russian in the second round of
the semifinal," Frazier said from
his hospital bed. He won the semi-
final by knocking out Vadim
Yemelyanov in the second round.
Frazier was asked why he fought
another bout, knowing his hand1
was broken. "Well, I didn't know
the hand was that bad at first,"
he said. "I couldn't get a grip like;
I wanted to, so I started to soak
"It began to feel a little better
and I felt I could make it through
one more fight.
"Besides I'd gone all that way.
I couldn't let one hand pull me
Frazier said he went to a team
doctor and spoke about the sore-
ness, but then insisted he was not
hurt badly when the doctor sug-
gested X-rays. "He didn't know
how bad the hand was," said
Asked how it felt in the final I
bout, he said, "I began to feel it
every once in a while. I was throw-
ing a lot of lefts but he wouldn't
stand up," he said meaning he
didn't connect solidly with many
Ironically, Frazier made the
Olympic team as a substitute for
Buster Mathes, who broke a hand
while sparring with Frazier.
Frazier said he has not yet de-
cided if he will fight professionally.
scended on them like students to
a "gut" course. Jack Fouts, then
a Michigan offensive line coach,
tried to recruit Myers and even'
brought him to Ann Arbor to
visit. But in the end he decided
upon Northwestern "partly be-
cause being close to Chicago would
be an advantage in pursuing a
business education and career,"
and also because Timberlake would
have been plenty of competition
for the quarterback spot.
Myers returned to Ann Arbor
last year, but the Wolverines were
certainly not as cordialhas when
they tried to recruit him. The
Wolverines humbled the Wildcats
27-6 and harassed Mr. Myers con-
tinually, smearing him for a net
rushing loss of 44 yards. "Last
year's Michigan game is one of
the worst ones I've ever been in,"
says Myers recalling the contest.
He's hoping to avenge the defeat
Loves To Pass
Myers loves to throw the ball
and his coach Alex Agase loves
him to also. He holds 13 North-
western passing records, eclipsing
everything that Otto Graham ever
did in Evanston. In his first var-
sity game he completed fifteen
consecutive passes in perhaps the
greatest debut of any quarterback
in Big Ten history. That was the
year when Tom Myers to Paul
Flatley was the most feared pass-
ing combination in the nation.
But Flatley is long gone and
Myers must now throw to an
assortment of inexperienced ends.
This accounts in part for Myers'
relatively low pass completion ra-
tio of 54 of 127 this year. In his
first two seasons he had an aver-
age of 55 per cent.
No Special Receiver
"I have no one special receiver
this year. Dick Smith and Mike
Donaldson are good young foot-
ball players. Caz Banaczek is a
very fine tight end," says Myers.
He has hit Banaczek 21 times so
far this season.
Myers admits that he is dis-
appointed with his performance so
far and with Northwestern's play
as a team. "But we all still think
we are capable of beating any
team on a given day We haven't
quit, and we aren't going to."
"I guess I'm something like
Staubach this year. Neither of
us is performing to his ability yet.
Maybe this Saturday I'll begin to."
LED BY TIMBERLAKE:
M Ranks Third in Rushing
By BOB McFARLAND on the ground and passing for 489 offense Timberlake moved up to
The Wolverines' mighty ground yards. second place in the Big Ten in-
attack has earned a third place . Other standouts in the Mich- dividual scoring. Timberlake has
national ranking in rushing of- igan offensive backfield include d f
Carl Ward, Mel Anthony and Jim
fense. gDetwiler. Speedster Ward has three field goals, and kicked eight
1,259 yards rushgin five games picked up 318 yards in 60 attempts extra points for a total of 41
for a 251.8 yards per game aver- for 5.3 average. Fullback Anthony points. Ahead of Timberlake is
age. The Wolverines rank behind has driven for 329 yards while Iowa sophomore Dalton Kimble
B g reWolveineshirank beindDetwiler has gained 173 yards. who scored two touchdowns in the
Bowling Green which took over Hawkeyes' loss to Purdue on Sat-
the rushing leadership with a The "Big Four" of the Wolverine urday. Kimble has reached pay-
271.2 yards per game average and backfield has accounted for 1,161 drday.tKimeshfore8 p y-
Nebraska. of the 1,259 yards amassed by the dirt eight times for 48 points.
Michigan's signalcaller B o b Michigan ground game. Bob Griese of Purdue and Tom
Timberlake has sparked the Wol- In leading Michigan to the third Nowatzke of Indiana are tied for
verine offense rolling up 341 yards spot nationally in team rushing third with 38 points.
NORTHWESTERN QUARTERBACK Tom Myers is seen in last year's Wolverine-Wildcat struggle
which Michigan won 27-6. The ominous figure of Bill Yearby looms in front of Myers. The Wildcat
signal caller almost came to Michigan,
holds 13 passing records at the school,
before eventually settling on the Evanston campus. He now
most of which were formerly held by Otto Graham.
If he does the Michigan secon-
dary will have a mighty busy
Michigan practiced into dusk
yesterday on running and passing
plays to be used Saturday. Bob
Mielke returned to the gridiron
after sitting out two days with an
After five games, Tom Cecchini
leads the Wolverine defenders
with 36 tackles and 18 assists.
This Area's Most Complete
Selection at New Low Prices
CHOOSE FROM MAJOR LABELS
L T Pts. GF GA
0 3 9 19 11
1 3 9 23 18
2 1 7 21 '15
2 1 7 14 12
3 3 7 17 18
6 1 1 8 28
te music center, inc.
304 So. Thayer 1304 So. University
Montreal 5, Toronto 2
New York 3, Boston 1
'' _ I
We have the MECHANICS
and the PARTS.
NEW CAR DEALER
319 W. Huron
THREE REASONS WHY YOU'LL LIKE OUR
1. Everything comes back to you clean and fresh and just
raring to be shown off.
2. Our sympathetic seamstresses, mindful that a needle is a
lethal weapon in the hands of a mere male, replace all
missing buttons and make minor repairs . .. on the house.
3. You'll like our prices.
is a best buy.
You'll agree our Bachelor Bundle
Just ask for Kyer's "BACHELOR BUNDLE." We'll do the rest.
*The cuties in the picture, we'll have to confess, were put in to catch
your eye. But girls do like men who are nicely groomed !
a \ ( l1
You're looking at the intelligent product of one week's
work. (Some might be in your campus library.) They're
technical bulletins written by some very talented scientists
and engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. JPL people
write over 500 such documents each year. Documents with
planets is a pretty head-y assignment. And it takes a lot of
bright people to make it happen. Where do these bright
people come from? Better colleges and universities around
the country. Yours, for example. Why not sign up for an
interview with a JPL man? Besides working at the most