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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY VAL*E ~I~VEN

PAGE"SEVEN

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Wolverine

Attack Faces Determined Illini Defense

By GARY WYNER
Associate Sports Editor
Defending conference champion,
Illinois comes to town today in an
effort to permanently derail Mich-
igan's Big Ten title hopes for this
year and hand coach Pete Elliott
his first victory over brother Bump
in the fifth meeting between the
two coaches.
Illinois, slated as one of the f a-
vorites in the conference in most
pre-season polls, has found the go-
ing rough this year, currently,
posting a 4-2 season record, but'
only 2-2 in the league. The Wol-
verines are 5-1 overall and 3-1 in
conference play.
"Michigan is definitely one of
the best teams that I've seen in a
long time, and they seem to be im-.
proving each week," commented
Illinois scout Burt Ingwersen ear-
lier this week.
Great Depth
"Michigan has no apparent
weaknesses. It has great depth
and has been able to shake off key,
injuries which would cripple most
teams," he remarked.
Since Pete Elliott took the reins
at Champaign, he's been unable
to defeat Michigan. The Wolver-'
ines have won 8-7, 38-6, 14-10,
and 14-8 since 1960. Today marks
the 50th meeting between the two
schools with Michigan winning 32.1
The Fighting Illini will be look-'
ing for a bit of revenge during to-
day's nationally televised game as
Michigan was the only team to
beat them last year, that by a 14-
8 score at Champaign. At the time,
Illinois was leading the Big Ten
NATIONAL ROUN
Penn, Stc

ILLINOIS MICHIGAN
Bob Trumpy (197 ............ LE ........... Steve Smith (230)
Bill Minor (234) ............ LT .......... Charles Kines (230)
Dave Powless (225) .........LG....... , ... Dave Butler (215)
Bruce Capel (199)..........C........... Brian Patchen (205
Ed Washington (220) ........RG.......... John Marcum (210)
Brian Duniec (220) .......... RT ........... ..Tom Mack (225)
Eddie Russell (201) ..........RE........ John Henderson (186)
Fred Custardo (197) ......... QB........ Bob Timberlake (210)
Sam Price (209) ............ LB.........Jim Detwiler (210)
Ron Acks (196) .............. RH ............. Carl Ward (179)
Jim Grabowski (211) ......... FB..........Mel Anthony (200)
and had to win its last two con- Fullback Jim Grabowski, half-
ference games to earn the trip to backs Sam Price and Ron Acks
Pasadena. and end Bob Trumpy have hauled
'Do or Die' in a total of 56 passes this season,
The situation is reversed this good for two tallies and 640 yards.
year, only it's a "do or die" effort Trumpy and Acks are the appar-
for the Wolverines. Their lone loss ent workhorses, having accounted
this season was at the hands of for 39 receptions between them.
Purdue, 21-20, which is now tied The Illinois ground game is not
for the league title with Ohio as good as last year's, averaging
State, each with a perfect 4-0 rec- only 93 net yards per contest.
ord. Should Michigan lose today, Grabowski is the workhorse as he!
it's good-bye roses for another has carried the ball 115 times for,
year at least. 518 yards and seven scores. While
Illinois has most of the same Illinois was whipping UCLA ear-
personnel that carried it to a 17= tier this year, Grabowski gained
7 victory over Washington in the 171 yards on the ground which:
Rose Bowl last New Year's day. was the "greatest one-game figure!
Starting quarterback Fred Cus- by an Illinois back since AbeI
tardo does some running, but con- Woodson picked up 181 againsti
fines most of his activities to pass- Minnesota in 1956."

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Inspired MSUTackles Purdue
By The Associated Press an overconfident team." ance today as Northwestern plays
Purdue's title - hungry Boiler- The big change in MSU is the host to Wisconsin.
makers may find the Big Ten sudden development of Dick Gor- It is a battle of also-rans. After
football shoe on the other foot don. Last week the senior half- opening with two victories, North-
at Michigan State today. ;back broke lose for 199 yards western has absorbed five defeats
rushing in only 13 carries. in a row, the most recent a 35-0
"Michigan State expects to play The Spartans have several old drubbing at the hands of Mich-
its best game of the season," Spar- scores to settle with Purdue. igan and Bob Timberlake. Wiscon-
tan Coach Duffy Daugherty told sni -,hvn etnol
the Chicago football writers' week- In 1961, Purdue ruined a Mich- si is 2-4, having beaten only
ly meeting Tuesday. igan State title bid with a 7-6 Iowa and Kansas State.
"We will be in our best physical upset. In 1957, Purdue's 20-13 vic- Alex Agase, Wildcat coach, i
shape in several weeks and I tory was the season's only setback pinning his hopes for victory on
think we'll be just as spirited as for the Spartans. And, in 1953,' the healthy backfield of Myers,
Purdue," Daugherty said in a Purdue's 6-0 triumph ended a 28- fullback Steve Murphy, and half-
bakIikMcalyadWoody
telephoned report. game Spartan winning streak. CampbelDick McCasimir andWood
Coach Jack Mollenkopf, whose Now, Purdue invades Michigan willbe Myers' main target.
Purdue club shares the Confer- State with four successive tri-
ence lead with Ohio State at 4-0, umphs since its lone defeat, 34-15,.
by Notre Dame Oct. 3.

MICHIGAN FOOTBALL COACH Bump Elliot (left) will try to
extend his winning streak over brother Pete (right) to five games
this afternoon as his Wolverines are hosts to Illinois. Both brothers
played on Michigan's Rose Bowl team of 1948 and both are
former All-Americans.

this year is up to 260 pounds, but
has maintained the speed and bal-
ance he had last year. Sutton was
injured during the Purdue game
last week, but he has been exercis-

44 passes in 87 attempts for 5731
yards and two touchdowns.
Timberlake Dangerous
Concerning he Wolverine ace
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B-Ball Scrimmage
Michigan's basketball team
held a 60-minute scrimmage in
Yost Field House yesterday as
an estimated 500 fans looked
on. There were two teams, the
Blue and the Yellow, although
several players played for both

By The Associated Press
Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes,
who calls all the plays, probably
will produce his entire repertoire
today to turn back Penn State.
And he has good reason to go
all out, despite the fact the game
has no bearing on the Big Ten
title race and a Rose Bowl bid.
Non-conference clubs have put
a lot or two on proud Hayes' fab-
ulous record, and he doesn't want
it to occur again now that he has
his unbeaten Buckeyes perched in
second place nationally.
Penn State has beaten the
Bucks three times without a miss.
However, the Nittany Lions have
dropped four of seven this season.
Despite the loss of several players
due to' injuries in last Saturday's
21-19 squeaker over Iowa, Ohio
State seems to have enough to
handle the Pennsylvania invaders.
But Rip Engle, the Penn State
coach, has had 14 winning sea-
sons without a loser at Penn State,
and he must take his last three
to continue that run. So he'll
throw everything in the book at
the Bucks.

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ing and handing off to a star- Shifty Runner ing his damaged knee and is ex- believe Timberlake is the most
scudded backfield. Speedster Price is a man to pected to play this afternoon. dangerous offensive player in the
Passing Scene watch not only for his pass-catch- No Action Big Ten. He can beat you passing,
Custardo has attempted, 106 ing ability, but for his shifty run- Illinois' other serious injury sus- running, kicking, and play call-
passes this season, completing 61 ning. He's scored once by rushing tained last week was to offensive ing."j
for 707 yards and two touchdowns. this year and has been averaging guard Wyllie Fox and his chances Entering today's contest, Tim-I
The junior signal caller has four 3.9 yards per carry. of playing today are rated as slim. berlake is ranked the third scorer
favorite targets, and they have all The offensive line is anchored Senior linebacker Dick Butkus in the nation with a total of 57
proved to be capable receivers. by All-America Archie Sutton, who anchors the Illinois defensive line, points coming on six touchdowns,
------- - - - -. Butkus weighs in at 243 pounds 12 extra points, and three field'
rT ~and is about as solid as a ce- goals.t
DUP: ment wall, according to opposing However, he'll have to turn in
coaches. some superhuman efforts in his
Tackle Bill Minor (234) and last three games this year to
guard Greg Schumacher (225) are match the all-time scoring per-.
the other standouts on the Illinois formance by a Michigan player in
defensive unit. one season. All-America Tom Har-F
Best Offense mon as a senior in 1940 rolled up
Ray has kicked 10 field goals in Sayers, leads the nation in scoring Michigan currently has the best 117 points on 16 tallies, 18 PAT's
11 attempts and 17 of 18 con- with 62 points. rushing game and third best total and one field goal. Harmon's jun-
versions. Moreau has been suc- offense in the nation. The Wol- ior year was just as impressive, as
cessful on eight of 13 field goal Hoosiers Mix with Oregon State verines have been averaging 265.8 the elusive halfback had 102
tries and five of six conversions. Indiana's Hoosiers, sharing last yards on the ground and 382.3 points.
* * place in the Big Ten with North- yards overall. More Than Four
Irish Aim for Seventh Straight western, will be on the West Coast Senior quarterback Bob Timber- Michigan's starting backfield of
Unbeaten Notre Dame, assured facing Oregon State this after- lake is the key to the Michigan at- halfs Carl Ward and Jim Det-
of its first winning season since noon. tack. He's the team's leading wiler and fullback Mel Anthony
1959 and seeking its first national Hoosier coach Phil Dickens is ground gainer with 422 yards for are averaging well over four yards
championship since 1949, meets hoping for a return to form by a 4.9 average. He's also completed per carry. Anthony is the team's
Pitt's struggling Panthers today. senior quarterback Richie Badar. -secondround gainer with 379
The top-ranked Fighting Irish Badar was shut out in last Satur- ;yards and three touchdowns.
are strong favorites to win their day's 21-0 loss to Minnesota. snythd pndstreeivinghdepns t-
seventh straight game. Oregon State, still riding on the M 'th pK ireckenrdpat-
The Irish defensive unit has laurels of a smashing victory over ment, starting ends John Hender-
allowed 867 yards passing and only Syracuse two weeks ago, boasts tn son and Steve Smith have 18 and
183 rushing in six games, inter- an outstanding quarterback, soph- iostanes 8lreceptions, respectively, with
cepted 15 passes and recovered omore Paul Brothers. The Beavers' mHenderson scoring twice and
nine fumbles. small but quick defensive line will nESmith once.
The yards-allowed-rushing fig- concentrate on stopping Indiana's Michigan overall has the best
ure is particularly significant since All-Big Ten fullback Tom No- ceer defense in the conference, allow-
ing its opponents only 206 yards
Pitt, its offense geared around watzke.
quarterback Fred Mazurek, pri-a . Linebackers TomnCecchi-
The Michigan Soccer Club take

squads during the afternoon.
Bill Buntin was the high scorer
with 52 points.
followed Duffy on the phone, ex-
pressing concern that Michigan
State, 2-2 in Conference play, has
just hit its stride.
Finds Runners
"Last week, the Spartans found
their running game to go with
Steve Juday's passing against Wis-
consin," said Mollenkopf.
"Michigan State could be an
even bigger challenge than Illinois
was last Saturday. They took us
apart 23-0 last year, so I'm sure
we are not going to East Lansing

DICK GORDON

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Pro Standings

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Gophers Meet Hawkeyes
Iowa quarterback Gary Snook,
riding on the crest of a fine per-
formance in a losing cause last
Saturday against Ohio State, faces
a stiff challenge this afternoon in
the form of a rugged Minnesota
defense.
Iowa is 1-3 in Big Ten play
while the Gophers, who defeated
Indiana 21-0 last week, hold a 2-2
mark.
Iowa end Karl Noonan will be
on the receiving end of Snook's
passes if he can evade the quick
Gopher defenders. The game is
being played in Minneapolis.
NU Hosts Wisconsin
Senior quarterback Tom Myers
makes his final Evanston appear-

DICK GORDON

Detroit
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New York
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EASTERN DIVISION
W L Pct.
Boston 8 0 1.000
Cincinnati 5 3 .625
Philadelphia 3 4 .429
xNew York 2 5 .286
. WESTERN DIVISION
Los Angeles 5 3 .625
St. Louis 5 3 .625
Baltimore 6 5 .545
Detroit 2 8 .200
xSan Francisco 1 6 .143
x--Played night game
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 111, Cincinnati 106
SCORES
AFL
Boston 25, Houston 24
COLLEGE
Detroit 28, VMI 7
Miami 21, Tulane 0

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marily is a running team. Rice Meets Arkansas
Mazurek, not as spectacular as The Arkansas offense, redoubt-
last season, still has run for 433 ably dependable, sails into the
yards and four touchdowns and acid test of the Rice University

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Ohio's sturdy defense, which has
allowed only 39 points in six
games, should put the brakes on
the Lion attack.

hit on 40 of 75 passes for 531 defense in a Southwest Confer-
yards and two TDs this season. ence battle today.
Kansas, Nebraska Tangle The game marks the beginning
Kansas has the best long-range of a chips-down November run
threat in Gale Sayers but unbeat- for the Razorbacks-a course that
en Nebraska, with the nation's top only Texas has survived in the
defensive unit, has the edge in past five years, and the Longhorns
everything else needed to make it made it only once.
15 straight victories in a Big Eight The Owls' 2-3-1 record is not
showdown today. impressive aside Arkansas' 7-0
Sayers, the Big Eight career but in every game but one Rice
record holder in rushing has has held the opposition to fewer

a break from its intercollegiate Bill Yearby have been rated by
schedule tomorrow as it takes on opposing coaches as the mainstays
the Danish Vikings from Detroit on the defensive unit.
at 2 p.m. at Wines Field. n defesiv unit.
The Danish club competes in the
Detroit Scandinavian League, one
of the many amateur soccer
leagues in the area.
The Michigan kickers stand 1-3
for the season after last Satur-
day's 5-2 loss to Kent State. To-
morrow's game will feature the
return to action of several of the
graduate students in the club, who
are not eligible for intercollegiate
competition. The break will allow
several key players presently out
with injuries to rest up for the
season's finale - two games next
Friday and Saturday.

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Alabama Faces LSU
The outcome of today's

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football game between Alabama broken away for runs of 93, 81,
and Louisiana State may depend 77, 72 and 48 yards this season.
on a couple of feet - those of The fifth-ranked Huskers are
Bama's David Ray and LSU's nursing the nation's longest cur-
Doug Moreau. rent winning streak. Their defense
They're the only unbeaten teams has yielded just 136.3 yards a
in the Southeastern Conference. game, best in the country. Ne-
Alabama is third in the current braska's attack also is potent, with
Associated Press national rank- 359.6 yards a game, 241.7 on the
ings and LSU is eighth. The win- ground.
ner is almost sure to get a post- The Cornhuskers' Kent Mc-
season bowl invitation. Cloughan, a game-breaker like
Both teams will be hampered
offensively by injuries to quarter-
backs Joe Namath of Bama and
Pat Screen of LSU. DE PEN DA BLE
That brings us down to Ray and
Moreau, a couple of able pass IMPORT SERVICE
catchers who also are peculiarly
adept at scoring with their toes. and the PARTS.

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The Arkansas offense h a s
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