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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY.SEPTEMBER 6.1963

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to set up the winning touchdown.
Michigan went on to win; 14-10.
Conley, who played more min-
utes than any Michigan end last
fall, missed much of spring prac-
tice due to injury. The 6'3", 190-
pounder snatched five passes for
47 yards at Ieft end in 1962.
Henderson gives the end posi-
tion needed speed and a good pair
of receiving hands. Chosen most
valuable player in the Ohio all-
star game three years ago, Hen-
derson gained all-state medals in
track, football and basketball.
Smith is a basketball player, too
-one of Wolverine coach Dave
Strack's prospects. He's got good
speed for his size, playing behind
Farabee and Conley on the left
side.
Elliott gave his ends a good
workout yesterday, putting the em-
phasis on Michigan's passing game

in afternoon practice. Quarter-
back Bob Chandler was back in
uniform butstill favored a taped
left leg injured last week. Chandler
passed during drills but stepped
out during "live" action, putting
Tom Prichard directing the second
team. First-string left half John
Rowser made an appearance dress-
ed but without pads and is ex-
pected to be back in action in a
day or two.
Jack Clancy filled in for Row-
ser, Dick Wells held down the
right half spot, and Mel Anthony
remained at fullback during a late
brief scrimmage. Quarterback Bob
Timberlake directed the first
team; the line: Farabee and Las-
key at the ends, Tom Keating and
Bill Yearby at the tackle spots,
Joe O'Donnell and Dave Kurtz
playing the guard positions, and
soph Tom Cecchini at center.

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