THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1964
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1,1964
By LYNN ME ZGER he was nan
Michigan's star arterback Bob America pick
Timberlake has een named to YearbyC
three national -America teams Yearby wa
and three regio al teams in the team of th
past week. America tea
Other Mic gan stars also were chini were n
placed on veral all-star teams fensive unit
as the M' higan football team UPI and A
continued in the honors. was placed
Timberlake was named to the the Chicag
starting unit on three All-America Midwest sc
teams-Look, the National Broad- selected for
casting Company and Football team of the
News. He also was chosen for the west selecti
first unit on The Chicago Daily Cecchiniw
News All-Midwest team and the his defensiv
UPI and AP All-Big Ten squads. verines vict
Previous to his selection on the by beingr
all-star teams, . he received ree- Lineman of
ognition for his outstanding play second tim
by being fourth in the voting for junior linem
the Heisman trophy, which was honor. In l
won by Notre Dame's John Huarte.
Timberlake has also received one
of the two $500 Red Blaik scholar-
ships given at large by the Na-
tional Football Foundation.
AP Back of Week
In addition to the above Tim-
berlake also was named AP Back
of the Week because of his per-
formance in Michigan's victory
over Ohio State. The professional
football teams did not let him get
by unnoticed either, being drafted
by the New York Giants on the
third round of the National Foot-
ball League, and by the Buffalo
Bills in the 13th round of the
American Football League.
Timberlake was not the only
Wolverine receiving honors. Bill
Yearby also fared. Two weeks ago
Heads 'M' in All-Star Selections
Beavers Take Roses from USC
ned to the third All-
ked by TV guide.
as placed on the first
e Football News All-
m. He and Tom Cec-
named to the first de-
s of the All-Big Ten
P teams and Yearby
on the first team of
o Daily News All-
quads. Cecchini was
the second defensive
Daily News All-Mid-
was also recognized for
ve' play in the Wol-
ory over the Buckeyes
named UPI Midwest
the week. This is the
e in two years the
nan has received that
ast year's 7-7 tie with
Michigan State, he was also se-
lected lineman of the week.
Volk and Conley Named
Two other Wolverines were rec-
ognized by the Daily News in, their
All-Midwest team. Sophomore
Rick Volk was selected for the
first team defensive squad and
Captain Jim ' Conley was given
Conley also made the UPI first
All-Big Ten defensive squad. John
Henderson, Dave Butler and Carl
Ward were named to the second
offensive unit. Rick Volk made the
second defensive team.
Henderson was drafted by the
Philadelphia Eagles on the fifth
round, and by the Buffalo Bills
on the 16th round. The Cleveland
Browns drafted Michigan's Arnie
Simkus on the sixth round and
Mel Anthony on the 16th round.
By NIKKI SCHWARTZ
The real winner of the South-
ern California-Notre Dame game
was the Oregon State Beavers,
and they didn't even play.
The athletic , directors , of the
Athletic Association of Western
Universities (AAWU) voted to
send the Beavers to the Rose Bowl
and it shocked Southern Cal and
the collegiate football world. The
impression had been made that if
Southern Cal beat the top-ranked
Irish, they would meet the Wol-
verines on New Year's Day. Up-
setting Notre Dame 20-17 left the
Trojans ecstatic until they learned
about the Rose Bowl choice.
"One of the rankest injustices
ever perpetrated in the field of
intercollegiate athletics," stormed
Southern California's Athletic
Director Jess Hill. The AAWU did
not reveal how the voting went,
but Southern Cal would have
needed five votes to get the bid,
and OSU needed only four. That's
because of a new rule the con-
ference adopted. In case of a tie,
the team that last appeared in the
Rose Bowl is eliminated. Southern
California beat Wisconsin in the
1963 Rose Bowl game; so Oregon
State, which has not been in
Pasadena since losing to Iowa in
1957, was selected.
Southern Cal Disheartened
Southern Cal quarterback Craig
Fertig expressed the bitterness of
his teammates when he said:
"This is the worst of all. We all
thought that if we beat Notre
Dame we'd go to the Rose Bowl.
I can't understand how the con-
ference directors could have voted
the way they did."
Even Los Angeles Mayor Sam
Yorty was outraged by the .elec-
tion. He said that the city of Los
Angeles will extend every courtesy
to Oregon State, but argued that
USC was the logical choice for the
New Year's classic.
"USC beat the nation's No. 1
team decisively, Yorty said. "It is
incredible that they won't repre-
sent the West Coast in the Rcse
Oregon State's football coach,
Tommy Prothro, said in Corvallis,
Ore., that he was "most pleased
but not surprised" that his Bea-
vers were selected for the bowl.
Beaver Coach 'Not Surprised'
"I wouldn't have been surprised
either way," Prothro commented,
"but,I felt all along, even if South-
ern Cal beat Notre Dame, we still
had a 50-50 chance. I'm pleased
the athletic representatives saw
fit to vote on the results of the
season instead of being emotion-
ally swayed by the results of one
Oregon State finished its season
with an 8-2 overall record, the
Trojans with 7-3, after both had
tied the conference title.
U. of Detroit Forced To Drop Football
DETROIT MP)-Tired of losing to the first of its three unbeatenj
BOB TIMBERLAKE FIGHTS his way to top honors and several
All-America team positions. Michigan's star quarterback heads
a team of top honor winners as the Wolverine grid season draws
to a close. The 'Big Ten champs are Pasadena bound, where
they will 'be meeting the Oregon State Beavers on New Year's
Day. Timberlake steered the eleven to their first Rose Bowl bid
in fourteen years.
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tickets was almost overwhelming
yesterday as the sale opened on
rights to seats for students, fac-
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The tickets will be sold all this
week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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Students are permitted to pur-
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The $6.50 price buys a claim check
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for a reserved seat in the Michi-
gan' section of the Rose Bowl, and
a $3 refund upon presentation of
valid identification at the time
of the exchange in California.
Every student ticket must be
claimed by a student with his own
signature and identification cre-
dentials on Dec. 30 or Dec. 31
at the Southern California Edison
Co. lobby or at a special booth at
the Rose Bowl Stadium on Jan. 1.
In the event that an improper
identification is made or if anyone
other than the student claims the
ticket, none will be issued and no
refund of any kind will be made.
Only those students, faculty and
staff who are not participating in
the special tours sponsored by the
Office of Student Affairs are elig-
ible for the individual tickets. A
cross-check of the names will be
made on, the two lists of students
to prevent duplications.
Any student who changes lis
plans regarding tickets he has al-
ready purchased will be eligible
for a refund at the ticket window
until next Tuesday.
money as well as games, the
University of Detroit dropped its
intercollegiate football program
The Very Rev. Laurence V.
Britt S.J., U-D president, blamed
rising costs and falling returns.
He said the program's losses this
year were "well in excess of $65,-
In the 68 years since it first
fielded a varsity football team,
U-D compiled a record of 350
victories, 200 losses and 25 ties.
But during the last three years,
the figures totaled 6-21-1. The
Titans were 2-7-1 this year.
Fr. Britt said the 10 trustees
of the Jesuit-run school approved
dropping the sport last week.
He said U-D "does not currently
have and does not foresee any
prospects of its having the sub=
stantial funds that would be re-
quired to continue subsidizing
football at even its present level."
Fr. Britt also blamed insuffi-
cient support of the team. He
The Michigan Ice Rink, 721
S. 5th Ave., skating schedule
is as follows:
Tues., Dec. 1-10 a.m. to 12
Wed., Dec. 2-10 a.m. to 12
noon; 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. (adults
Thurs., Dec. 3-10 a.m. to 12
Dec. 4 and 5 - Minnesota
Hockey Game, no public skat
Dec. 6-10:30 a.m. to 12:30
said: "Net game revenue per sea-
son, the most significant figure,
decreased from a total of $125,108
in 1961 to only 91,500 for 1966."
The first Titan football club
ran up a 1-2-1 record, but two
years later the Rev. William S.
Robinson, S.J., coached the squad
The golden years of U-D foot-
ball were the two decades follow-
ing 1925, when Gus Dorias coach-
ed his team to a record of 112-
The little Frenchman from
Notre Dame enjoyed 17 winning
seasons in 18 years, getting as-
sistance from such gridders as
Lloyd Brazil, Andy' Farkas and
U-D, an independent, had
Special To The Daily
back received two awards and the
1964 Wolverine Big Ten cham-
pionship team was honored last
night at the 44th Annual Football
Bust at Cobo Hall, sponsored by
,the U-M Alumni Club of Detroit.
Over 1350 alumni, the largest
total in the function's history,
turned out. Timberlake received
the Lou Hyde Award as the Most
Valuable Player on the team and
the George B. Patterson Award
as the best scholar on the team.
Toastmaster of the program
was Iowa Athletic Director: and
former Wolverine great Forrest
Evashevski Sr.,. University Presi-
dent Harlan Hatcher and . head
football coach Bump Elliott spoke.
Captain Jim Conley introduced
the seniors on the team.
The program ended with Tim-
berlake throwing footballs won as
door prizes to the alumni scat-
tered about the huge room. The
Michigan Band, under the direc-
tion of William D. Revelli, player
throughout the program.
scheduled 10 games for next sea--
son with Wichita, Xavier, Vil-
lanova, Virginia Military Institute,
Boston College, 'Cincinnati, Day-
ton, Miami (Fla), Memphis State
and Bowling Green.
The contracts ,will now be can-
Hundreds of University of
Detroit students demonstrated
against the school's decision to
drop its collegiate football pro-
gram and tore down the stadium
goal posts last night.
A lumni Cite Timber lake
At Football Be
1 109 S. University
Mon. & Fri. till 8:30
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