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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2,1962

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

Elliott.
By MIKE BLOCK
Now that the initial shock has
passed, Head Coach Bump Elliott
and his staff set to work yester-
day to rebuild Michigan's football
fortunes..
Elliott readily admitted , that
Saturday's 25-13 loss to Nebraska
was a big disappointment. "Block-
ing and tackling was our big prob-
lem," he said. "We just didn't
h a v e any worth mentioning
against Nebraska." And with that
he commenced to stress just that
at the beginning of this week's
practice sessions.
Raimey Recovers
He did take time out, though,
to thank Providence that ace half-
back Dave Raimey's shoulder in-
Jury wasn't any worse than it was.
Raimey was apparently as healthy
as ever at practice, unaffected by
the devastating gang tackle ad-
Husker Bac
Hurts Ankle
LINCOLN, Neb. (P) - Nebraska
came through its surprising 25-13
upset of Michigan Saturday with
only one injury of consequence,
Coach Bob Devaney said yester-
day.
Halfback Dennis Stuewe, who
carried the ball 73 yds. on two runs
and a pass reception for Nebras-
ka's first touchdown Saturday,
suffered a sprained ankle. Devaney
said if Steuewe is unable to play
against Iowa State in Nebraska's
Big Eight opener it will hurt "a
great deal," both offensively and
defensively.
AMES, Iowa () - Coach Clay
Stapleton, drilling his Iowa State
football team for Saturday's game
at Nebraska, told his players "if
you don't tighten up you'll be wav-
ing at a bunch of long-gone run-
ners.
"Nebraska is the team I told you
would be the best in the Big Eight
this year," Stapleton said. "Cer-
tainly there should be no doubt'
about it after the way it handled
Michigan. Nebraska is very strong
p h ys i ca lly and fullback Bill
Thornton scares me when he
runs."
OSU Leads
AP Grid Poll
By The Associated Press
Ohio State's awesome show of
grinding power in the season
opener sent the Big Ten champion
ahead of Alabama today into the
No. one spot in the weekly A?
college football poll.
Woody Hayes' Buckeyes, un-
beaten but tied once last year,
started the new campaign by
crushing North Carolina, 41-7, last
Saturday at Columbus.
Other Big Ten teams in the top
30 were Northwestern (16), Iowa
(18), Michigan State (19), Pur-
due (20) and Minnesota (26).
Meanwhile, Nebraska climbed
back into national prominence for
the first time in years on the
strength of its 25-13 conquest of
Michigan last Saturday. Pollsters
ranked the Cornhuskers 11th this
week.
The top ten, based on a 10-9-8,
etc. point system (season records
and first place votes in parenthe-

Reshuffles

Wolverine

Forces

DOWN, NOT OUT?
Underdogs Blast
Big Ten Prestige

ministered to him by half a dozen:
Cornhusker defenders in the sec-1
and half. That maneuver cost9
Nebraska 15 yds. for piling on,
but it was small consolation to1
the Wolverines, as it disengaged1
Raimey for the remainder of the
battle.
However, all was not sweetness
and light in the case of senior'
tackle John Houtman. In the
midst of what Elliott called "his
best game yet," Houtman, playing
on offense, abruptly found him-
self underneath much of the
Husker line, and had to be helped
off the field with a badly hurt
knee.
"I'm very worried about him,"
quoth Elliott, "and it seems more
than likely that he'll be out of
action this Saturday against Army,
if not longer."
The only other casualty to re-
port was fullback Roger Schmitt's
bad back (caused by a collision
with a Nebraska knee), but, as of
now, this isn't causing the head
coach too much concern.
Big Shakeup
At least Houtman, and very
probably a few other Wolverine
starters, will be relegated to the
status of former starters for the
upcoming tiff with the Black
Knights of the Hudson. Elliott an-
nounced his intention to shake up
the lineup yesterday, although he
said that he and his assistants
hadn't decided upon the new
starters as yet. But he did prom-
ise to reveal them later in the
week, possibly Wednesday or
Thursday.
"We'll find out who the fight-
ers are this week," he declared,
with something more than dis-
interest in his voice. "Even though
the players on our first, second,

and third squads will be juggled,
the platoon system will still be
in effect.
"Because of our poor play in the
beginning of the Nebraska game,
we never could effectively alter-
nate teams. When we got behind,
we had to leave the first-stringers
in there, and didn't get a chance
to see what the third team looked
like in a game.
"Of course, many of the younger
players had the pre-game jitters,
but this doesn't nearly account for
the lack of sharpness on the field."
Not that Bad
And what about the passing
game? "The passing of our
quarterbacks wasn't really as bad
as the statistics chow," Elliott

noted. "It's just that I've never
seen so many good passes dropped
in my life.
"Every time one of our passes
was about to be received, the end
was hit hard enough to cause him
to lose control of the ball. All we
can do is keep throwing and hope
that they'll be able to hold on."
Asked about his frequent switch-
ing of quarterbacks, Elliott re-
plied, "Every time we sent one of
our four quarterbacks in, it was
with a specific purpose in mind.
We simply wanted to take ad-
vantage of the better talents of
each man," Unfortunately, those
combined talents didn't quite turn
the trick.
And although one of the signal-

callers, soph Bob Timberlake, ran
very much like a fullback, Elliott
has no plans to play him anywhere
but quarterback.
Practice Notes
Elliott's charges went through
light drills yesterday and spent
time looking over what Army's
offense will likely throw against
them Saturday.
Coach Paul Dietzel, new this
year after coming from LSU, will
employ his familiar three platoon
system to try to avenge last year's
38-8 defeat.
That was the Wolverines' third
lopsided win over nonsectional foes
last year.

By TOM ROWLAND
Big Ten football prestige suffer-
ed a stiff blow to the chin last
weekend as some of the Midwest's
finest staggered under the on-
slaught of interconference under-
dogs.
Case number one: Michigan
State-rose-smelling, speedy, and
Saimes-crumpled in the season
opener out in Palo Alto, 16-13, un-
der Stanford's Indian attack.
And the Spartans gave it the
full Big Ten effort. For instance:
Coach Duffy Daugherty did the
play-calling (shuffling quarter-
backs Pete Smith and Charley
Migyanka), the State eleven scor-
ed first and threatened three oth-'
er times, and Duffy explained the
whole upset as a result of MSU's
being "overrated."
Bungle, Stumble
The Green and White also did
a fair share of bungling. Exam-'
ples: Halfback Dewey Lincoln
broke away with a Stanford kick-
off and was on his way for a six-
pointer when the Spartan ace en-
tangled an official, got slowed
down, and was nabbed at midfield;
end Ernie Clark juggled a Smith1
pass in the end zone and Indian
Gary Craig picked it off; and the
Spartans missed two field goals,
one from the 12 and the other
from the 15.
Big Ten hurt case two: Michi-
gan, not expected to see the top of
the Big Ten but still rated to take
command of Nebraska in the open-
er Saturday, didn't.
The Blues' 25-13 defeat was ac-
counted to a flashy exhibition of
errors-which will have to be ton-
ed down before the Wolverines
hatch any more hopes for the '62
season. Purdue, Michigan State,
Ohio State, etc., are upcoming.
Meekly, Sickly
Of course, the Wolverines hadn't
counted on an "injured" Corn-
husker named Bill Thornton who
came off the. bench to pace the
Nebraska attack. Thornton dash-
ed and wriggled for two TD's and
led the Cornhusker blocking.
And more conference scars up
in Minneapolis: Minnesota's de-
fense stifled Johnny Roland and
his Missouri grid company, but
the Gopher offensive machine
couldn't keep the pace. Result:
naught. Missou battled Minnesota
to a 0-0 deadlock, but only on the
effort of two Tiger goal-line stands
on its tow and one yard stripes.
Roland, who had scored three'
touchdowns against California the'
weekend before, couldn't get Mis-
souri inside the Minnesota 27. The
Tigers missed on a field goal at-
tempt from the 38 early in the
game.
The Gophers were in their first

test this year without Sandy
Stephens. Duane Blaska handled
the signal-calling chores and
sparked the Minnesota drive that
ended when Blaska was stopped
short at the Missouri one on
fourth down.
It appears as if the Gophers will
not be entirely lacking air power
this year. They completed eight
for 17 via the air lanes for 106
yards Saturday.
And again on the West Coast:
Washington stymied Big Ten op-
ponents .for the second week in a
row with a 28-7 win over Illinois.
Last week the Westerners stale-
mated Purdue, 7-7.
A Tisket, a Tasket
The Illini, strictly on an under-
dog basis again this fall (they were
0-9 a year ago), were scored upon
in every quarter as Washington
picked up its third straight win
over the Orange and Blue since
they first played in 1950.
But it wasn't all subglorious in-
famy on the Big Ten scene Satur-
day. Ohio State rolled, 41-7, over
North Carolina, Iowa downed Ore-
gon State, 28-8, and Indiana sailed
past Cincinnati, 26-6.
And best of all: Wisconsin 69,
New Mexico State 13.
Pro Grid
Standinigs
NFL
WesternFDivision
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
Detroit 3 0 0 1.000 110 51
Green Bay 3 0 0 1.000 100 7
Baltimore 2 1 0 .667 84 63
Chicago 2 1 0 .667 57 86
San Francisco 1 2 0 .333 59 82
Los Angeles 0 3 0 .000 67 84
Minnesota 0 3 0 .000 21 89
Eastern Division
W L T Pet. Pts. Opp.
Washington 2 0 1 1.000 76 65
New York 2 1 0 .667 77 57
Dallas 1 1 1 .500 90 82
Cleveland 1 2 0 .333 40 59
Philadelphia 1 2 0 .333 69 63
St. Louis 1 2 0 .333 41 64
Pittsburgh 1 2 0 .333 64 104
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 29, Baltimore 20
Green Bay 49, Chicago
Philadelphia 35, Cleveland 7
Washington 24, St. Louis 14
New York 31, Pittsburgh 27
Dallas 27, Los Angeles 7
San Francisco 21, Minnesota 7
AFL
Western Division

Giants Whip
LA Dodgers
On Homers
SAN FRANCISCO (P) - Willie
Mays walloped two homers and
Jimmy Davenport and Orlando
Cepeda hit one each yesterday in
a San Francisco power display
that whipped Los Angeles, 8-0, in
the opening battle of their playoff
for the National League pennant.
The homer barrage backed bril-
liant pitching by 35-year-old
southpaw Billy Pierce, who
blanked the hapless Dodgers on
three hits to give the surging
Giants the lead in the best of
three-game series. It was the
Dodgers' third straight shutout
loss and extended their string of
scoreless innings to 30.
Mays, whose homer against
Houston Sunday forced this play-
off, enjoyed a perfect day at bat
this sunny afternoon and won the
major league home run crown in
the process.
He sent the Giants off winging
with a two-run smash in the first
inning off Sandy Koufax. When
he slugged his second, off Larry
Sherry in the sixth, Willie took the
1962 title with 49 since this play-
off counts in season statistics.
Mays singled in the third and
drew a walk in the eighth when
he also stole a base to cap his
day. Harmon Killebrew of Minne-
sota, the American League leader,
finished his season's work with
48 homers. %
Now the series moves to Los An-
geles where the Giants could cap-
ture the flag with another triumph
in the game starting today.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
(Final Standings)
F L

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
PRESSED INTO ACTION-Junior Wayne Sparkman (33), smallest of the Wolverines' fullbacks at
187 lbs., picks up 12 yds. on this play in the first quarter against Nebraska. Arnie Simkus (70)
opens up the right side, while Pave Kurtz (on ground) widens the hole on the left.

BIG TEN PRACTICE NOTES:
MSU Demotes Behrman to Third String
By The Associated Press

EAST LANSING-Coach Duffy
Daugherty demoted several key
players yesterday, expressing his
ire at the 16-13 loss to Stanford
in the Michigan State football
opener Saturday.
Daugherty was particularly dis-
pleased by the play of the first.
line, as shown by the game movies.,
Dave Behrman, 253-lb. All-Amer-
ica center, was demoted to third
string. Jim Kanicki, just recently
shifted from tackle, was named to
the first unit and Tom Jordan to'
the second.,
Starting junior guard Charlie;
Brown was demoted to the third
unit. Herb Paterra was moved up
to first string and John Walsh to
the second unit.
First string tackle Jim Bobbitt
will be out for at least 10 days
with an ankle sprain.
Charlie Migyanka, second string
quarterback, suffered a severe hip
bruise while broadjumping yes-
terday in a physical. education
class and his playing status for
Saturday is doubtful.
* * *
LAFAYETTg-Quarterback Ron
DiGravio and co-captain and end
Forest Farmer were back in uni-
form yesterday for the first time
since being injured in Purdue's
opening game against Washington.
Although both were withheld
from contact, coaches said they'
should be ready for action against
Notre Dame at South Bend Satur-
day.
* * *
EVANSTON - The return to
form of Northwestern sophomore
Bob Puette of Clevland highlight-
ed yesterday's practice as the
Wildcats prepared for Saturday's
game with Illinois.
Puette, the Wildcats leading
ground gainer in spring practice,
is back in top physical condition
after being sidelined the past two
weeks with a back injury.
Assistant Coach Bruce Beatty,
who scouted Illinois in its game
against Washington, warned that
the Illini are much improved over
last year.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS -Minnesota's
Gophers, held to a scoreless tie by
Missouri Saturday although they
got inside the five-yd. line twice,
spent part of yesterday's practice
working on plays to punch the
ball over the enemy goal.
Warmath made two changes on
his first two units. Giant junior
tackle Carl Eller, a 245-pounder,
was elevated to the first team at
left tackle with Milt Sunde drop-

ping to No. two. Tony Kehl moved
up to second-unit right guard.
* * *
CHAMPAIGN-Coach Pete El-
liott juggled personnel in his first
two teams yesterday as Illinois
launched work for its Big Ten
football opener at Northwestern.
Five players were promoted to
starters-left end Thurman Walk-
er, left tackle Bob Easter, right
guard Ed Washington, right end
Rich Callaghan and fullback Mike
Summers.
The Illini were in fairly good
shape after their 28-7 loss at
Washington. Tackle Bob Scharbert
has a knee bruise and guard Neal
Anderson a slight shoulder sepa-
ration.
rao. * * *
MADISON - Coach Milt Bruhn
ran his Wisconsin football charges
through a one-hour loosening up

drill yesterday and then gave the
Badgers a rest, well deserved after
Saturday's 69-13 victory over New
Mexico State.
Halfback Billy Smith, Big Ten
60-yd. sprint champion, returned
to action after missing Saturday's
game.
* * *
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana,
sporting a 2-0 slate in non-con-
ference football play, reviewed de-
fensive assignments in a light
workout yesterday in preparation
for its Big Ten opener Saturday
at Wisconsin. -
"Now we'll-findwhat kind of a
football team we are," said Coach
Phil Dickens. "We haven't played
anyone close to Wisconsin's class."
Dickens said his scout, who
watched the Badgers pummel New
Mexico State Saturday, called the

Wisconsin team one of the school's
best he'd seen in 18 years.
* * *
IOWA CITY-The Iowa football
squad worked out in sweatsuits
yesterday. Hard work starts today
in preparation. for Saturday's
game with Southern California.
Coach Jerry Burns said he was
fairly well pleased with Iowa's de-
fense last week, felt the passing
attack was coming along very well,
but "our runners didn't show
their true value."
* * *
COLUMBUS - UCLA will play
host to Ohio State's top-ranked
Bucks next Saturday, and the
Bruins' new look has Coach Woody
Hayes worried. He has to set de-
fenses for at least two offenses-
professional - type T - formation,
with the wide ends and slot backs.
After using his halfbacks on
only 11 of 63 rushing play in
Saturday's 41-7 win over North
Carolina, and having three of 13
passes intercepted, Hayes sald,
"Passing is good if it works. If it
doesn't. then you're in trouble.
But we know we can pass, for
passes were key plays in several
of our scoring drives. And we
know our halfbacks can run when
we want to turn 'em loose. We'll
wait for the right spots."

New York
Minnesota
Los Angeles
Detroit
Chicago
Cleveland
Baltimore
Boston
Kansas City
Washington

96
91
86
85
85
80
77
76
72
60

66
61
76
76
77
82
85
84
90
101

Pat. GB
.593 -
.562 5
.531 10
.528 10%
.525 11
.494 16
.475 19
.475 19
.444 24
.373 351,

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Dallas 3
Denver 3
San Diego 2
Oakland 0
Eastern
W
Boston 2
Houston 2
New York 2
Buffalo 0

L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
0 0 1.000 129 65
1 0 .750 101 62
2 0 .500 120 119
3 0 .000 66 96
Division
L T Pet. Pts. Opp.
1 0 .667 103 79
1 0 .667 91 74
2 0 .500 69 95
4 0 .000 70 129

San Francisco
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
ilwaukee
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Houston
Chicago
New York

102 61
101 62
98 64
93 68
86 76
84 78
81 80
64 96
59 103
40 120

gect. GB
.626
.620 1
.604 31/
.578 8
.533 W4-
.519 17 l
.503 20
.400 36%
.364 42%
.250 60%

SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Dallas 41, Buffalo 21
Denver 32, New York 10
San Diego 42, Oakland 33
(Only games scheduled)

YESTERDAY'S RESULT
San Francisco 8, Los Angeles 0 (San
Francisco leads best-of-three play-
off series, 1-0)
TODAY'S GAME
San Francisco at Los Angeles

FGRID SELECTIONS
Here on the sports staff we made a rule that no members of
the Daily staffs could enter the Grid Picks contest. Now this rule
aroused the anger of some business staff and editorial staff, especially
the city editor, who wanted to try their amateur hand along with
the rest of the campus. We did, however, neglect to make any rule
about relatives of Daily staff members, feeling that they have few
friends in Ann Arbor, let alone relatives.
So when cute little Donna Andrews, wife of Associate SOlorts
Editor Dave Andrews, brought her picks in, we let her enter because
first of all we didn't have a rule against it, and secondly (blush) we
didn't think she would do very well, having picked such stupid teams
as Nebraska. So naturally when the final count was in she had picked
15 right and won the two tickets by being the only one of five with
that score to have picked Nebraska. At last word she was going to
take baby daughter Kathy to the show and leave daddy Dave at
home because he picked only 12 iight out of 20.
But this week is a new contest and we have 20 more tough
games for you to pick. The winner this week will not only get
two tickets to the Michigan Theatre, but also a free subscription to
The Football News, a national weekly football newspaper.
So pick up an entry blank at the Michigan Daily building, or
make up your own list, and mail or bring your winners in person to
rhe Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard St.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES \

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Xit MI ~

ses) :
1. Ohio State (18) (1-0)
2. Alabama (19) (2-0
3. Texas (3) (2-0)
4. Penn State (2-0)
5. Georgia Tech (2-0).
6. Southern Calif. (2-0)
7. Mississippi (2-0)
8. Washington (2-0)
9. Miami (Fla.) (2-0)
10. Army (2-0)

i1

335
329
266
227
178
125
107
71
63
61

i s

Others receiving votes: Nebras-
ka, Stanford, New Mexico, Mis-
souri, A r k a n s a s, Northwestern,
L.S.U., Iowa, Michigan State, Pur-
due, West Virginia, Houston,
Duke, Florida, Notre Dame, Min-
nesota, Auburn, Oregon, UCLA,
Maryland.
Fighter Wins
Falls Dead
GEORGETOWN, British Guiana
() - Boxer Henry Alvin Brown
won his first professional bout
here Sunday night - and died ten
minutes later.
Brown, 26, was sitting dazed on
the canvas when the referee
stepped over to raise his right
glove at the end of the six-round
bout.
He had been downed by a crash-
ing left hook and a short right to
the Jaw from opponent Linton
John. Brown fell heavily, hitting
his head on the canvas, but was
saved by the bell.
The fight had gone Brown's way
until the last round when John
waded in after him. Referee Bill
rnow cnnsited the iudes before

1. Army at MICHIGAN (score)
2. Illinois, at Northwestern
3. Indiana at Wisconsin
4. Southern California at Iowa

i

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

North Carolina at Michigan
State
Navy at Minnesota
Purdue at Notre DAme
Ohio State at UCLA
Columbia at Princeton
Holy Cross at Colgate

11. Louisiana State at Georgia
Tech
12. Georgia at South Carolina
13. Duke vs. Florida at Jackson-
ville
14. Auburn at Kentucky
15. Iowa State at Nebraska
16. Arkansas at Texas Christian
17. Penn State at Rice
18. Oregon State at Stanford
19. Utah at Wyoming
20. Pittsburg at California

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