THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1964
PAGE SIX THE MICIHGAN DAILY TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1964
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Victory at Iowa Sets Stage
War of Roses Still Rages On
By TOM WEINBERG
"We've felt all season that if we
did our job, the opportunity would
be there for us to win it," Coach
Bump Elliott said after yesterday's
usual light Monday workout and
Elliott was right. And so were
the players who predicted even
before the season started that the
Wolverines would have a shot at
the Big Ten championship and
the Rose Bowl.
This Saturday's winner-take-
all affair at Columbus is a pres-
sure packed match for both
teams, and the Wolverines are
just as cognizant as anyone. "Sure,
there's a lot of pressure," Elliott
says, "but the pressure's 'nothing
new to us. We've been under fire
all season, and especially since
the Purdue game."
Elliott and backfield Coach Don
Dufek, who's seen Ohio State
twice, have the highest respect
for the Buckeyes, but neither is
*worried about the Wolverines'
ability to meet the challenge and
"do the best job we can."
"We're going to have to be at
our best," Dufek says, but as Ei-
liott points out, "There's every
reason to expect us to be ready
According to Elliott, the Purdue
tragedy, a 21-20 squeaker at Ann
Arbor just a month ago, helped
the Wolverines realize the impor-
tance of every game. Since that
game, which is the only blemish
on the 7-1 Michigan ledger, the
nationally-ranked offense and the
staunch defense have combined to
bring about wins of 19-12 over
Minnesota, 35-0 over Northwest-
ern, 21-6 over Illinois, and, of
course, Saturday's 34-20 drubbing
Pleased With Iowa Game
Elliott was pleased with the per-
formance at Iowa City, pointing
out that the Hawkeyes are "a fine
team," and that the 20 Iowa
points "don't bother us a bit.
"The defense did a very fine
job," he says, and singled out the
ends as performing particularly
well. The two defensive special-
ists, Captain Jim Conley and Bill
Laskey, harassed the Hawkeyes'
passing great, Gary Snook, all
afternoon, and "didjust what we
hoped they'd be able to do."
Elliott also cited. the lineback-
ers and the secondary for their
performances, and was quite defi-
nite in pointing out that Iowa's
fumbles and misthrown passes
were more than mere gifts.
"There was an abnormal num-
ber of turnovers," Elliott said
about the four lost Iowa fumbles
and three Michigan interceptions,
"abut it's the team that takes ad-
vantage of those breaks
wins," he said.
By NIKKI SCHWARTZ
and LYNN METZGER
"You have to completely disre-
gard the Penn State game,"
Coach Don Dufek commented.
"They save their- best efforts for
the Big Ten games."
Coach D u f e k watched the
Buckeyes in their last two games,
and says they will be at their best
this Saturday, even though they
will be handicapped by injuries.
Ohio State's two big guns, full-
back Willard Sander and halfback
Tom Barrington, are still suffer-
ing from injuries received in the
Bucks' 10-0 victory over North-
The films of the Michigan-
Iowa game will be shown to-
morrow at 7 p.m. in the Union
Ballroom. Admission is free
and the entire game will be re-
viewed by Wally Weber.
western. Dufek said that the
Michigan team was luckier than
OSU, and escaped the Iowa game
with light injuries.
Coach Tony Mason added an
encouraging note to Dufek's com-
nments when he said that halfback
Dick Rindfuss may play in Satur-
day's contest. The big senior will
give a boost to thehWolverines.
Mason also stated that the boys
are all in good health for the game.
Things don't seem so cheerful in
Columbus. Scout Esco Sarkkinen
told reporters at a recent press
NEW for YOU
by mail from
conference that he thinks Mich- igan win.
igan's team is the best since the The game will be a "winner
Fritz Crisler er of 1947-50, take all" contest with Big Ten
when the Wolverines swept four Conference and a Rose Bowl bid
straight conference crowns. "Their as the spoils. The statistics, with
backfield is tremendous," Sarkkin- Ohio State having played three
en said. "Bob Timberlake is one so-so games after five good ones,
of the best quarterbacks ever." hint that the Wolverines can
come out on top. If Michigan wins,
This Saturday will be the 61st the extra conference game will
meeting between the Buckeyes and provide the difference. All the
the Wolverines. Michigan holds Buckeyes need is a tie to earn
the edge in the series with a 35- them a Christmas trip to Pasa-
21-4 record despite OSU Coach dena, but the Wolverines will be
Woody Hayes' nine victories in 13 fighting for an all-out win.
tries. The Maize and Blue have
not had a victory over the Bucks The game shapes up as a scrap
in four years, and have suffered between a powerful Michigan of-
several inglorious defeats. These fense and a determined Ohio
defeats will add to the already State defense, which Coach Dufek
strong incentive for a big Mich- termed a "monster" defense.
Dufek, who studied the movies
with the other coaches, said that
there was only one fumble that
was clearly a "gift," and that the
rest were a direct result of the
rugged Michigan defense. "In the
second half, our strong rush really
got to them," Dufek said.
The coaches were also pleased
with the attack of the Big Ten's
leading offense, and particularly
mentioned fullback Mel Anthony's
performance. The senior fullback9
notched three touchdowns, and
compiled 124 yards to lead all run-
Carl Ward, the speedy sopho-
more halfback, ended up the day
Saturday with a negative four1
yards, but the coaches were quick
to point out Ward's fine blocking,
which enabled Anthony, Dave
Fisher and Bob Timberlake to
chalk up most of the Wolverines'
310 total yards gained. After the
71 yards lost are figured in, Mich-
igan's net rushing total of 239 is
in the vicinity of the 257 national-
ANOTHER F I RST !
HARD RUSHING BILL LASKEY sneaked behind the entire Iowa line unnoticed to upset quarter-
back Gary Snook and cause one of the seven Iowa fumbles. Much to the dismay of the Hawkeyes,
four of those seven were recovered by the Michigan defensive squad. These recovered fumbles, as
well as three intercepted passes, contributed to Michigan's 34-20 victory.
leading average that the Wolver-
ines carried to Iowa City.
Timberlake increased his
chances for All-American honors
and a shot at the nation's most
coveted football award, the Heis-
man Trophy, as he mounted up
216 yards in total offense-80 on
the ground and 136 passing-and
had ten points to bulge his league-
leading total to 76.
* * *
There are no "plans at present
for local television coverage of the
game Saturday from Columbus,
and it appears doubtful that the
game will be televised anywhere'
other than locally in Columbus.
Tickets for the Ohio State game
are non-existent and scalpers in
Columbus are reportedly receiving
up to $100 for a pair.
* * *
There are no plans for Rose
Bowl tickets as yet, and there will
not be any announcements re-
garding the tickets until it is defi-
nitely established which team is
NEVER NEEDS IRONING!
NOW WITH FORTRE L
Big Ten Standings
Rose Bowl Teams
Yet To Be. Chosen
Ohio State 5 0
MICHIGAN 5 1
Purdue 4 2
Minnesota 4 2
MichiganState 3 2
Illinois 3 3
Northwestern 2 5
Indiana 1 4
Iowa 1 5
Wisconsin 1 5
By CARL ROBINSON 1
The Rose Bowl, the "grand-3
daddy" of all bowl games, is the
only one of the four major bowl
games yet undecided.
The game, traditionally played
between a representative of the
Big Ten Conference and the Ath-
letic Association of Western Uni-
versities, now called the Pacific
Eight, can have ten different pairs
of teams in Pasadena on New
In the Big Ten, second place
Michigan (5-1) collides with first
place Ohio State (5-0), in a dra-
matic finale of conference play to
decide the title and the roses. The
Wolverines must win to get the
Rose bid; Ohio State needs only
Although it is relatively unheard,
of, the Women's Swim team is un-
doubtedly one of the most success-
ful teams that Michigan has ever
Besides holding the Midwest
Inter-Collegiate title for the last
three seasons, the team hasn't lost
a meet in several years.
In their first meet of the season,
in October, the girls overwhelmed
Michigan State, taking first and
second place in every event, and
in their only home meet this year,
on Nov. 7, they defeated the Kent
State swimmers 59-28.
Despite its small size, the team
boasts an impressive lineup, count-
ing among its members, two col-
legiate record holders, breast-
stroker Gail Werbin, a sophomore,
and Pam Smart, a junior free-
The girls have two more engage-
ments this year. On Saturday
they'll be at Eastern Michigan Un-
iversity for the Michigan Inter-
Collegiate Women's Meet, and on
Dec. 5, they'll travel to Kent State
University to defend their Inter-
In the AAWU, any one of six
teams could wind up . with the
title, with'a tie for the title being
possible and even probable. At the
moment Oregon State, UCLA and
Southern California are all tied
for first at 2-1. The fourth, fifth
and sixth place teams are all one-
half game out.
UCLA plays USC, and if there
is no tie, one of these teams would
tie for the lead with Oregon State
if the latter beats Oregon (1-1-1).
If Oregon State loses, either UCLA
or USC would win the title. If the
game between the California teams
ends in a tie, there are four pos-
sibilities for a four way tie; need-
less to say, there are numerous
possibilities for two, and three
way ties. Only time will tell the
In the Cotton Bowl, everything
is set for a clash of the unde-
feated N e b r a s k a Cornhuskers
(9-0) of the Big Eight, and the
also unbeaten Arkansas Razor-
backs (9-0) of the Southwestern
Conference. The bids were accept-
ed by the schools involved after
Saturday's victories over Okla-
homa State, 27-0, and SMU, 44-0,
respectively. Nebraska has only
Oklahoma (4-3-1) 'remaining in
the way of a perfect season. Ar-
kansas has SMU (1-7), and Texas
Tech (6-3) left on the schedule.
The Orange Bowl will find
Texas (8-1) and Alabama (9-0)
playing the first night game in
Orange Bowl history. Both teams
will wind up the season on
Thanksgiving Day, Alabama play-
ing Auburn (6-3) in a Southeast-
ern Conference game and Texas
playing Texas A&M (1-8) in a
Southwestern Conference game.
The Sugar Bowl committee has
invited Syracuse (7-2) and LSU
(6-1-1) to play in the New. Orleans
classic. Neither team has officially
accepted the invitation; however
both are expected to do so after
this week's games, with Tulane
(2-6) and West Virginia (6-3),
This weekend will be the last regular Saturday of football action
for many of the nation's gridiron elevens. This week also marks the
final grid picks contest of the season, the one which will decide the
all-campus champion football prognosticator. The winners from the
nine previous contests will be going after the grand prize of a $10
gift certificate donated by Tice's Men's Shop, 1109 S. University. The
previous winners are Dave Maglott, Dottie Ciuffetell, Stuart Grant,
Rick Pieters, Tom Morse, W. J. Rollman, Andrew Zagrzejewski, Jeff
Shopoff, and last week's winner, Ron Fogle of 130 Hayden House.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. MICH. at Ohio State (score) 11. Duke at North Carolina
2. Michigan State at Illinois 12. Stanford at California
3. Indiana at Purdue 13. Florida at Florida State
4. Minnesota at Wisconsin 14. Oregon at Oregon State
5. Iowa at Notre Dame 15. Southern California at UCLA
6. Air Force at Colorado 16. Kentucky at Tennessee
7. Yale at Harvard 17. Baylor at Southern Methodist
8. Kansas at Missouri 18. Memphis St. at So. Mississippi
9. Nebraska at Oklahoma 19. Washington at Washington St.
10. Pittsburgh at Penn State 20. Louisiana State at Tulane
Michigan sailed off with first
Nine schools participated in the
Cary-Price Regatta. The Wolver-
ines totaled 107 points in the in-
tercollegiate competition to put
them ahead of Wayne, the second
place team, by seven points. Pur-
due finished third with a total of
Credit for the Wolverines' win
goes to Mike Kaufman, Dick Raut-
tinger, Pat Bell, Bernie Young,
and Chuck Cannon. Their tri-
umph added still another feather
to Michigan's cap.
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