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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 14, 1964

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PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 196'i

Wolverines

Face

Hawkeye

Aerial

Attack

By BILL BULLARD
Sports Editor
Michigan's sixth-ranked Wol-
verines put their Big Ten title and
Rose Bowl hopes on the line
against, Iowa this afternoon in
the first of two crucial road tests.
Michigan can capture the title:
outright by beating Iowa today
and Ohio State next Saturday if
Purdue loses or ties one of its
last two games. The Boilermakers,
tied with the Wolverines for sec-
ond place with a 4-1 record, play
Minnesota and Indiana away
from home in their last two con-
tests.

Ohio
with a
favorite

State, leading the Big Ten
4-0 mark, is a 16-point
over Northwestern today.

The Buckeyes can be knocked out
of the top spot in the conference
with just one loss since they play
one less league game than either
Michigan or Purdue.
The game today in Iowa City
will be a battle between offensive
giants-Michigan on the ground
and Iowa in the air. Michigan
leads the nation in rushing of-
fense with an average of 256.7
yards per game. Iowa is the No. 2
passing team in the country, av-
eraging 260.1 yards per game.
Iowa Assistant coach' Archie
Kondros summed up his scouting

report of the Michigan team by out as is end John Henderson. ( Big Ten rushing statistics. End
saying "As sound as Ohio State "On defense, Michigan uses a John Henderson, the leading Wol-
-with more versatility." He hard rush and stunts to good ad- verine pass receiver with 17, is
added "Michigan has more depth vantage in stopping opponents' ninth in Big Ten pass receiving.
than any team we face this year. passing attacks. It is a team ef- Michigan's defensive efforts to-
They belong in the top ten of the fort on defense. I wouldn't be a day will be hindered by the loss
nation and do a thorough job bit surprised if they beat Ohio of two starters injured in last
offensively and defensively. Last State at Columbus.'' Saturday's victory over Illinois.
week they were first in the con- Leading both offenses are the Guard John Yanz and halfback
ference in both offense and de- respective quarterbacks of the two Dick Rindfuss didn't make the
fense ratings. teams, Timberlake of Michigan trip with the team. Yanz is out for
"Their quarterback, Bob Tim- and Gary Snook of Iowa. Timber- the season but Rindfuss possibly
berlake, is a potential All-Ameri- lake has passed for 626 yards and might be ready for the Ohio State
can and will be the best running run for 466 yards for a total of- game. Jerry Mader is expected
quarterback Iowa will face this fense mark of 1,092 yards. This to fill in for Yanz most of the
year. He is big (210 pounds) and Michigan history, surpassed only game while Rindfuss' position will
often will end up running on roll- is the third highest total in be covered by Dick Wells.
out pass plays. Fullback Mel An- Michigan history, surpassed only Iowa is 1-4 in the Big Ten,
thony is another offensive stand- by Bob Chappuis' 1,395 yards in having lost its last three games
1947 and Tom Harmon's 1,358 by a total of eight points. The
yards in 1940. Timberlake also is losses were to Purdue, 14-19; Ohio
third in the nation in scoring with State by a 19-21 score, and to
66 points. Minnesota, 13-14. The Hawkeyes
Snook is second in the na- are now 3-4 winning their first
tion in total offense with 1804 three games of the season.
tre D a m e yards. All of this yardage has Today's game will be the fourth
been compiled through the air, in battle between a pair of former
fact Snook ha4- %ost 11 ardI coachinL associates Coach Bumn

UPSET-MINDED:
MVSU hreatens Noi

By The Associated Press think we can." game. Bryant, also in his 20th1
t The Purdue-Minnesota game is year in the coaching ranks, stands!
be a difficult task for their u in the "pick-em" category, with 149-49-13. Both have fought for
set-minded opponent, Michigan the Boliermakers in the traditional football supremacy in the South
State, today. But the head foot- Old Oaken Bucket finale Nov. 21, for years and want a victory more
ball coach of the currently unde- Purdue also needs two victories for than words can say.
fated team has the crying towel a closing 6-1 record and a possible Bryant and Dodd have met
out just i ase title share. head-on six games since the for-
out, just in case.b d h
"Thy sarethedevl ot o us Northwestern's Wildcats, win- mer took over at Alabama and the
"They scare the devil out of us, Nr, Crimson Tide has beaten Tech in
but we'll be ready for them," a ners over Ohio State the last twosd
cautious, but confident Coach Ara yars and ree o slast five of those heated battles.
Parseghian of Notre Dame said are 16-point underdogs as they SMU, Razorbacks Collide
yesterday in sizing up the game. end their season today against the hSouthern Methodist University
Bucks.:trwitlakutrofneno
"They're not so awfully'big, but *.tetr th of the Southwest Con-
they're squick," he added. "They TheBucks, out front in the Big ference's mightiest defense when
are aggressive. They pursue and Ten race 'with 4-0, must win to frnesmgtetdfnewe
gang acgklsse. Theywarsallver'ndthird-ranked Arkansas takes aim
gang tackle. They swarm all over at a Cotton Bowl berth today.
you. RADIO-ACTIVE If the unbeaten Razorbacks win,
The battle at Notre Dame Sta- Michigan football fans who they will be the hosts in the Cot-
dium is regarded as the "hump" want to follow the action in to- ton Bowl game, and they'll have
game for the Fighting Irish, win- day's game with Iowa will have themselves at least a tie for the
ners of seven straight and headed to turn to the radios as there SWC championship.
towards a possible national cham- will be no Ā¢elevision coverage of Arkansas can clinch a Cotton
pionship. the contest. The game will be Bowl berth and at least a South-
The Spartans from Michigan carried by WUOM-FM, 91.7; west Conference co-championship
State are an old and bitter rival WAAM, 1600; WPAG, 1050; by beating SMU today. The Razor-
who hav beaten the Irish in 11 of WWJ, 950, and WCBN, 650. The backs could then claim the whole
their last 12 meetings - eight broadcast will begin at 2:15 title by beating Texas Tech next
times in a rowr.losing t e ti rkckschduled 2:30.week. Second place Texas has lost
After losing three of their first with kickoff scheduled for 2:30. only once-14-13 to Arkansas.
four games, the Spartans have Nebraska Defends String
come along fast, beating North- stay on the road which leads to Fourth-ranked Nebraska puts
western, Wisconsin and Purdue in the title and the Rose Bowl. the longest major college football
succession. Feature of this come- Hoosiers Favored win string-15 games-on the line
back has been 180-pound halfback A leaky pass defense, an erratic against Oklahoma State today,
Dick Gordon, who has piled up ground game and injuries bedevil- with a sellout crowd of about
more than 500 yards rushing in ed Indiana this week as the Hoos- 48,000 expected for the Big Eight
four games. iers prepared to meet Oregon and conference football clash.
"We always play our best game passer Bob 'Berry in their final Currently 8-0 for the season and
against Notre Dame," said Duffy home football game today. 5-0 in loop play, Nebraska can
Daugherty, the Michigan State Berry was reported ready to go share at least a share of the title
coach. "I think we can win." again after sitting out the Ducks' and would need then only to get'
With Gordon's running punch 21-21 tie with Washington State. by Oklahoma a week later to
at . left half, Michigan State is Indiana's pass defense has round out the first all-victorious
able to vary its attack and keep ! allowed seven opponents 97 com- Husker season since 1915.
Notre Dame off balance. The 3 pletions in 169 attempts, for 1,305 LSU Makes Bowl Bid
Spartans have a good, if not sen- yards and nine touchdowns. It's do-or-die for Louisiana
sational passer, in quarterback Although whipped by Minnesota State tonight when the ninth-
Steve Juday and an excellent re- and Oregon State in its last two ranked Bayou Bengals take on
ceiver in Gene Washington, the starts, Indiana holds six-point Mississippi State in a key bouth-
lightning-quick 205-pound end. favoritism over the Ducks which eastern Conference game.
They're the Spartans' answer to own an impressive 6-1-1 record. An invitation to a post-season
the John Huarte-Jack Snow bat- Win It For Coach ... game - something LSU C o a c h
tery, and Daugherty is conceding Bobby Dodd of Georgia Tech Charlie McClendon has gotten
nothing. ~and Paul Bryant of Alabama will every season since he's been boss
"The pressure's all on them - both be going for the 150th victory at Tigertown-hinges on the out-
they have to win," said the squat of their coacling careers today come.
Michigan State coach. "We don't. when their nationally ranked foot- Although the Tigers lost 17-9 to
We're not playing for the cham- ball teams meet. second-ranked Alabama last week,
pionship or the bowl or anything. Dodd, in his 20th season at Tech, the bowls are still very much in-
We're just playing to win-and I 'takes a 149-57-7 record into the terested in LSU.

rushing this season. His favor- Elliott and Iowa Coach Jerry
ite receiver, flanker Karl Noonan, Burns once served as assistants

who didn't catch a single pass1
last season as a sophomore, is'
now the second leading pass grab-
ber in the country .with 51 recep-
tions. Ends Tony Giacobazzi and
Dick O'Hara have combined for
another 22 catches, putting three
Hawkeyes in the top eight posi-
tions in the Big Ten in this de-
partment.
Timberlake, halfback Carl Ward,
and fullback Anthony are fourth,
sixth, and eighth, respectively, in
IOWA

under Forrest Evashevski. When
Elliott came to Michigan in 1958,
Burns moved up to Elliott's for-
mer position of backfield coach
and succeeded Evashevski as head
coach in 1960.
The two coaches have had
teams facing each other three
Michigan won 23-14 in 1961, lost
times when both were head
ciaches. The record is 1-1-1.
28-14 in 1962, and the two teams
ties 21-21 last season.

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
BOB TIMBERALKE STICKS to the ground on this play in last year's 21-21 tie with the Hawkeyes
as Tom Keating (79) prepares to take Ivory McDowell (11) out of the play. Iowa will be trying to
stop the powerful running of the senior signal caller as well as his passing to upset the Wolverines.
Timberlake needs just over 300 yards in his remaining two games to become Michigan's all-time
leader in the to al offense department. The maize and blue need a victory today to stay in con-
tention for the Rose Bowl bid, for which Purdue and Ohio State are still vying.

.Dick O'Hara (188)
Bob Ziolkowski (262)
John Biland (238)
Dave Recher (2.19)
Bernard Budzick (201)
Leo Miller (240)
Tony Giacobazzi (213)
Gary Snook (181)
Dalton Kimble (161)
Craig Norse (170)
Karl Noonan (176)

LE
LT
LG
C
RG
R T
RE
.QB
LH
RH
FB

MICHIGAN
Steve Smith
Charles Kines
Dave Butler
Brian Patchen
John Marcum
Tom Mack
John Henderson
Bob Timberlake
Jim Detwiler
Carl Ward
Mel Anthony

(230)
(230)
(215)
(205)
(205)
(220)
(186)
(210)
(210)
(179)
(201)

I-

Chuck

says

Clay Stricken with Hernia;
Title Fight To Be. Delayed

he paid 300 bucks
less for
his Coronet
than you did
for that turtle.

BOSTON OP) - Heavyweight
champion Cassius Clay was
stricken with a hernia attack
Friday night and rushed to Boston
City Hospital.
Dr. Nathan Shapiro, physician
for the Massachusetts Boxing
Commission, said an operation
would be performed immediately.
Clay's title fight with former
champion, Sonny Liston, sched-
uled for Monday night in Boston
Garden, was postponed indefin-
itely.
Dr. Shapiro said that Clay will

have to be in the hospital about
10 days and will be laid up about
six weeks.
He added it would be at least
seven or eight weeks before Clay
will be able to resume training.
The commission physician said
there was no sign of a hernia at
all when he examined the heavy-
weight champion on Monday.
Shapiro said the operation
should take about 40 minutes. It
was his guess Clay will not be
able to fight for at least six
months.

of yours

i
i

draft
beer in
b/ototles

You really
know
how to
hurt a guy
"Chuck's a swinger," says she. "His
Coronet is quick and clean, with a lean
and hungry look It's equipped with a
426 cubic inch mill that will mock your
turtle at the strip or on the street. He's
got four-on-the-floor, buckets, belts,
carpets, console, spinners, and a padded
dash. And he said that everything but
the four-speed stick and the 426
was standard." Then she broke his back
by asking, "Didn't you pay extra for
some of that jazz?"
Don't let the truth hurt you.
Better see the all-new, hot new Dodge
Coronet before you buy a (cuckoo),
a (cuckoo-cuckoo), or even a
(cuckao-cuckoo-cuckoo).

Pfeiffer
and Qnly Pfeiffer
offers you the exact
same beer on tap
and under the cap.

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