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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1964

THE MIICHIG~AN D1ATIN

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PAGE SEVEN

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Wildcats

Wolverines Display Finest Defensive,
Offensive Showing of Season in Shutout

(Continued from Page 1) Michigan in number of tackles
the goal line, sliding five yards for the remainder of the half.

The drive started on the North-
western 36, following a short punt
by Myers.

into the endzone, for the score.
He then kicked his third of four
perfect conversions in the game
for the 21 point halftime margin.!
Following the band entertain-
ment, Michigan came out of thel
locker room with no intention of
letting up on Northwestern as they
did last week against Minnesota.
The fired up Michigan defense
held Northwestern to only 18 yards
during the third quarter. Overall
the Wildcats collected only 153
yards, offensively, 109 through ther
air and 44 on the ground.
In the locker room after the
game a disappointed Alex Agase
gave due credit to the Michigan
defense as well as the Wolverines'
conference leading offense. "The
defensive strength of Michigan is
greatly under-rated," he said.
Michigan's defense stopped the
only serious drive the Wildcats
got under way in the game, when
Dick Wells dove deep in the end-
zone to bat down a Tommy Myers
aerial on a fourth down play.
Without Yearby

y .
Besides these two injuries, Ward'
suffered a slight leg muscle injury Volk Carries
and tackle Tom Mack a bruised Volk carried the ball for 12 of
the yards and Fisher for 22 on
konere Nonero thenjurie a- the way to the score. Fisher, dis-
considered serious enough, how-
Seer.co(eepanyne utAf nextplaying his characteristic cannon-

cc, U NatwG U sLUI
week's last home game against
Illinois.
Last Appearance
In the final appearance of the;
starting offensive team, in the
third quarter, Michigan covered
70 yards in 12 plays for their
fourth touchdown.
The drive got off to a slow start,!
with Michigan drawing a personal
foul penalty putting them on their'
own 26-yard line with first and
25 yards to go. But Timberlakea
ran out of a pass formation for;
18 yards and then hit split end
John Henderson for the remaining
seven yards to give Michigan the
first down.
Six plays later Michigan was
on the Northwestern 30-yard line
with a first down.
Timberlake then pulled off the

ball running s t y 1 e, powered
through the middle of the North-
western line for the final three
yards. The conversion was kicked
by Sygar.
Michigan started an offensive
drive the first time they got their
hands on the ball in the game,
which carried them to the North-
western 26-yard line. But at this
point the Northwestern defense,
with the aid of an offside penalty,
stiffened enough to hold the Wol-
verines to a field goal attempt by
Timberlake. The kick went short
Michigan did better on its fol-
lowing series covering 61 yards
in ten plays for its first touch-
down.
Big Plays
The big plays in the series were
a 12-yard run by Jim Detwiler,
who played his best game in the
Big Ten so far, a 22-yard slant-in1
pass from Timberlake to Detwiler,
and a 13-yard pass from Timber-
lake to Henderson who made an
alley-oop catch on the Northwest-
ern two-yard line.
Timberlake then sneaked in on
th fnllmviUWII1 l i nuf n-rlhe ore,

Michigan had to play a great picture play of the game. Running
part of the game without the help on a sweep he seemed to be stop-
of their big right tackle, Bill ped dead by Northwestern at the
Yearby. Yearby injured his shoul- line of scrimmage. But with the
der early in the game and saw referee drawing in his breath to
only part-time duty after that. blow the play dead, Timberlake
Linebacker Tom Cecchini also pitched back to Mel Anthony who
missed some action late in the was standing all by himself with
first hal1f heaen ff ahmn ,n 30 yards of clear sailing ahead.

-Daily-Frank Wing
RIGHT END JOHN HENDERSON LEAPS HIGH to grab a Bob
Timberlake "alley-oop" aerial on the Northwestern Wildcats' two-
yard line. The play was good for 13 yards and a first down with
goal-to-go. Timberlake ran the ball over center into the end
zone for the first tally on the next play. Henderson picked off
five other passes during the day for a total of 69 yards.
TimberlakeSprs21
Tallis Sxt e
By GARY WYNER in offense and it proved its+
Associate Sports Editor prowess today," Agase commented.;
"They didn't show us anything we1
Michigan quarterback, s e n i o r weren't expecting and they han-;
Bob Timberlake, played one of the died us better than any other team1
best games of his college career we've played so far this year."
yesterday, according to a con- The Wolverine starting back-+
sensus of opinion between both field of Jim Detwiler and Carl
coaching staffs, as he led his team Ward at the halfback slots, and
to a 35-0 romp over Northwestern. Anthony at fullback picked up 50,1
Following the game, the Wild- 57, and 50 yards respectively.
cats' coach Alex Agase described
Timberlake "as one of the best." M*n do* e
"We've seen some of the best Michigan's end John Henderson
quarterbacks a n d Timberlake caught five passes for 69 yards and
one touchdown to leadintsde
doesn't take a back seat to any of p n t touchdow n this de-
the , partment. His touchdown aerial
tem." came in the second quarter on a
Timberlake scored two touch- 3 d fb
downs and booted four conver- 33-yard pass from halfback Rick
sions; completed nine of 15 pass Volk.
attempts; and picked up the most Northwestern had its offensive
rushing yardage on the team. , '1rvbt.. n

I llloti llaAl UVUaUaC Ul a VUL11P UL1
t.ho haarl Mal Anthnnv nlavinar

tie n1
on the
Dime t
of rep

defensive team for the first
his year,. did a capable job
lacing the man who leads
Offense,
Hlimslf

Si

ForhTD(Le o owing play for the score,
Anthrth t the first six of the 16 points he
formance whichnought to earn him scored in the game on two touch-
the Academy Award. He led off downs and four conversions.
with a greatly exaggerated pan- The second touchdown in the
tomime of man-running-at-full- game - was scored on a halfback
effort, did a little skip-jump at pass, a play which is quickly be-
the five-yard line, and then coming a standard part of the
waltzed into the endzone. His Mfichigan repertorie, from Volk to
whole performance was timed Henderson. The touchdown was
finely enough for him to show off set up when Ward was sprung
his tackle avoiding technique loose around the left end and
against a Northwestern defender, scampered for 36 yards. Ward
one-foot inside the endzone. nearly got free for the touchdown,
Michigan's last touchdown was'himself, but a Northwestern de-
scored by a second unit Michigan fender angling in from the center
scord b a ecod uit ichgawof the field had just enough speed
offensive backfield of Frosty Eva- to the d stningh sadwd
shevski at quarterback, Mike Bass to catch the straining Ward with
an ankle tackle.

-Daily-Jim Lines
FULLBACK MEL ANTHONY STRAINS to get out of reach of a diving tackle by Northwestern's
Mike Buckner (87), but the big senior is already inside the Wildcat end zone for Michigan's fourth
touchdown. Anthony took a pitchout from quarterback Bob Timberlake on the NU 30-yard line, when
the signalcaller appeared to be trapped, and tightroped his way along the sideline for the score. An-
thony was called on to carry the ball six times and gained a total of 50 yards on those carries.

_ I

Roses?

i

over Army during the 1961 sea-
son. Yesterday's victory gave
Michigan a 25-10-2 all-time record
against the Wildcats and markeds
the worst defeat the Wolverines
hae n ieubiov i nce 41s.4- th i zoanirenV42t aiacsa

well.

f0

nave handed them since the 72-6 and Rich Volk at halfbacks and :
drubbing in 1893. Fisher at fullback.
'Cats Skinned

Winning Combination

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In six contests this season, Tim- as discouraging as its minus 16
berlake has amassed 57 points, 44 yards rushing against Michigan
of them coming in the Big Ten. State last week.
Going into yesterday's game, he The Wildcats accumulated 44
held a four point lead for con- yards net on the ground, being
ference scoring honors. held to only four yards in the sec-
His 81 net yards on the ground ond half as senior quarterback
hiked his team lead to 422 in 86 Tom Myers did a lot of passing
carries while he completed 60 per but "ate the ball" on several occa-
cent of his pass attempts. sions. Leading ground gainer was
Probably the best play of the sophomore fullback Bob McKelvey
game to demonstrate Timberlake's ih4myrd ky
poise came in the third period yards.
with the Wolverines leading 21-0 The much-feared Northwestern
and confronted with a third and air assault failed to materialize as
three situation on the Wildcat 30-- Myers managed to complete only
yard line. Timberlake rolled to his 14 of 26 for 109 yards. Casimir
right, cut in, and just before being Banaszek and Ron Rector each
downed, lateraled way back to snared four passes for 35 and 17
fullback Mel Anthony who pranced yards respectively.
his way untouched down the side- Agase started junior quarterback
line for the touchdown. . Dave Milam instead of Myers be-
* * ~cause of his performance in the
Michigan, with the third best Spartan game. But Milam was un-
rushing offense in - the nation, able to move his team and Myers
racked up another 336 yards over took over for most of the offensive
land to combine with its 117-yard plays after the first quarter.
air attack. Michigan's total of 35 points wasI
"Michigan leads the conference its highest since its 38-8 victory

MICH.
First Downs 29
Rushing 22
Passing 5
Penalty 2
Total No. of Rushes 60
Net Yards--Rushing 336
Passing 117
Forward Passes Att. 20
Completed 10
Intercepted by 2
Yds. intercept, ret. 13
Total Plays (Rushes
and Passes) 80
Punts, Number 3
Average distance 36
Kickoffs, returned by 0
Yards Kicks Returned 3
Punts 3
Kickoffs 0
Penalties. Number 5
Yards penalized 45
RUSHING
Michigan
TriesD
Timberlake 14
Detwiler 10
Ward 11
Anthony 6
Fisher 8
Volk 2
Evashevski 3
Radigan 1
Gabler 1
Allison 3
Sygar 1
Totals 60 3

59
6
31
6
157
11
146
3
35

N'WSTRN.
14
7
6
1
32
44
109
27
14
0
0

Rector
Milam
Totals
Timberlake
Volk
Rindfuss
Evashevski
Gabler
Totals
Milam
Myers
Totals
$~PA
Henderson
Detwiler
Smith
'Ward
Totals
Rector
Campbell
McKelvey
Banaszek
Donaldson
Gates
Totals
Kemp
Greene
Totals
Myers

3 16
32 44 '
PASSING
Michigan
Att. Comp. Int.
15 9 0
1 1 0
1 0 0
1 0 0
1 0 0
20 10 0
Northwestern
Att. Comp. Int.
1 0 0
26 14 2 1
27 14 2 1
ASS RECEIVING
Michigan

9 17

1.9
5.3
1.4
Yds.
84
33
0
0
0
117
Yds.
0
109
109

Elliott attributes his team's win Michigan must win all games
to the combination of the best remaining on the schedule -
defensive and offensive effort yet Illinois, Iowa and Ohio State
this year. "No game is really a .
breather," he said. "We played Purdue, victor over Illinois yes-
well, and that touchdown before terday, must lose two games of
the half kept us moving. I'd like the three yet on the Boilermaker
to single out some outstanding schedule if the Wolverines are to
players, but there are far too many get the Pasadena trip. They play
to name." ,, at Michigan State, Minnesota, and
Indiana.

Agase felt that, "Michigan
prooved their prowess. They
showed us four fine running backs
and a halfback who also can
throw."

If Purdue should only lose
onP, and if Michigan wins all, the
two would tie for the title, and
the Boilermakers would get the
Rose Bowl bid.

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N et
81
50
57
50
44
11
13
1
2
25
2
36

Avg.
5.9
5.0
5.2
8.3
5.5
5.5
4.3
1.0
0,5
8.3
2.0
5.5

No.
5
2
2
1
10
Northwestern
No.
4
3
1
4
1
1
14
PUNTING
Michigan
No.
2
1
3
Northwestern
No.
6

Yds.
69
26
17
5
117
Yds.
17
33
-6
35
15
15
109

Avg.
13.8
13.0
8.5
5.0
Avg.
4.3
11.0
-6.0
8.8
15.0
15.0

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Northwestern
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Net Avg.
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49 4.9

Yds. Avg.
75 37
34 34
109 36
Yds. Avg.
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MICHIGAN
Illinois
Michigan State
Minnesota
Iowa
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Indiana

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W L Pet. PF
4 0 1.000 92
4 0 1.000 94.
3 1 .750 91
2 2 .500 45
2 2 .500 78
2 2 .500 54
1 3 .250 75

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55
43
58
56
51
91

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5 1 126 89
5 1 136 50
4 2 91 79
3 3 109 84
3 3 101 97
3 3 137 133
3 3 71 139
2 5 78 141
2 4 97 107

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1 4 .200 44 110
1 4 .200 69 93

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