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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

lliott Explains ieup hanes

PASADENA IN JANUARY??
Ifs' Cloud Northwestern's Title Hopes

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By BILL BULLARD

h three weeks of football
ce finished and two weeks
to go before the opening
positions on the team are
state of constant change.
ch Bump Elliott made this
yesterday after practice as
i down a list of his top three
Although injuries account
me of the changes, it is the
y-day evaluation of players
e coaches which determines
changes in the varsity line-
anges are made on merit,"
|lliott. "It's a matter of who's
'ming best at a given posi-
Judge
ry day during the drills and
scrimmages that constitute
ally practice session Elliott

and his assistants are judging
their players.
Films of the. Saturday scrim-
mages are also valuable in ap-
praising the players, Elliott said.
He and the assistant coaches
spend much of their time in study-
ing their players and talking
among themselves about their im-
pressions.
"We talk about our personnel
all the time," Elliott affirmed. "We
talk in the morning, in the after-
noon, at dinner .
First Team
Elliott said that the following
was the way that his first three
strings lined up as of yesterday.
The first team includes Jim Con-
ley and Jeff Hoyne, ends; Tom
Keating and Bill Yearby, tackles;
Captain Joe O'Donnell and John
Marcum, guards; Tom Cecchini,

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-Daily--Jim Lines
[EADS UP-White team quarterback Pete Hollis (22) lets a pass
ly to one of his ends during last Saturday's intra-squad scrim-
page. Harvey Chapman (46) is carrying out his fake around end,
hile Blue team's Dave Kurtz (63) makes a vain attempt to halt
he flight of the ball.
GRI DSELECTIOS
STUDENTS, TAKE CARE!
Do not read any further unless you want to become addicted to
worst habit legally open to students on the Michigan campus.
ear you have already read too much.)
Each week the Michigan Daily will run a list of 20 collegiate
tball games to be played that weekend across the United States.
interested persons are invited to pick what they believe will be
winners of those games. The one who picks the most correct'
ies will be declared the winner. To settle any disputes, in case of
e, the score must be given for the game so marked.
Again this year, the Michigan Theater will give two tickets to
winner of each week's contest. The Michigan is currently showing
le Great Escape.'
Lay in your supply of No-doz, buy several hundred pounds of
ee and then RUSH to the Michigan Daily at 420 Maynard and
C up your- official copy of the Grid Picks selections. All entries
t be returned to The Daily before midnight Friday, Sept. 20.'

center; Jack Clancy and Dick
Wells, halfbacks; Wayne Spark-
man, fullback; and Bob Timber-
lake, quarterback.
Women Swim
The Women's Swimming
Team will have an organiza-
tional meeting Wednesday eve-
ning at 8:15 p.m. in the
Women's Pool.
An all - campus swimming
meet and dual meets against
other college teams are sched-
uled activities for this season.
Nancy Wager, the team's rep-
resentative to the Women's
Athletic Association, stresses
the fact that everyone is wel-
come and that no prior com-
petitive experience is required.
On the second team are Ben
Farabee and Bill Laskey, ends;
Chuck Ruzicka and John Yanz,
tackles; Dick Ries and Dave
Kurtz, guards; Brian Patchen,
center; John Rowser and Bob
Quist, halfbacks; Mel Anthony,
fullback; and Bob Chandler, quar-
terback.
Thi: team members are Steve
Smith and John Henderson, ends;
Chuck Kines and Jerry Mader,
tackles; Paul Woodward and Rick
Hahn, guards; Bill Muir, center;
Harvey Chapman and Bill Dodd,
halfbacks; Chuck Dehlin, full-
back; and Frosty Evashevski,
quarterback.
The first 33 players now in-
cludes 12 sophomores, 11 juniors
and 10 seniors. On the first team
there are five sophomores to
three Juniors and three seniors.
Dodgers Nip
Cards, 3='1
ST. LOUIS (A)-Weak-hitting
Willie Davis lashed a single off
relief pitcher Bobby. Shantz in the
ninth inning, scoring Ron Fairly
with the tie-breaking run as the
Los Angeles Dodgers edged sec-
ond-place St. Louis 3-1 last night
and increased their National
League lead to two games.
Then, almost as if it were an
anticlimax, a wild, throw by sec-
ond baseman Julian Javier let in
the final run of the two-run rally
that gave the Dodgers a key vic-
tory in the first game of this cru-
cial three game series that may
determine the National League
pennant winner.
The end for the torrid Car-
dinals, who had put together 10
straight victories and 19 in their
last 20 games, started on the first
pitch made by Shantz after he
came on for starter Ernie Brog-
lio. Brogolio had been lifted for a
pinch hitter in the eighth after
limiting the Dodgers to six hits.
Fairly smacked Shantz' first
pitch for a double off the right
field pavilion screen. Then Davis,
who had gone into the game bat-
ting only .232 but had already col-
lected two singles and stolen two
bases, lined a single to right field
as Fairly raced home with the
lead run.
When Ken McMullen walked. St.
Louis Manager Johnny Keane re-
placed Shantz with Ron Taylor.
Moose Skowron, pinch hitting for
Dodger starter Johnny Podres, hit
a grounder'to Javier's left. Javier
made a diving stop, but his throw
to second was wide and Willie
Davis raced home with the in-
surance run.
The Cardinals had tied the
game 1-1 in the seventh inning
when Stan Musial lined a Podres
pitch onto the right-field pavilion
roof.

Elliott continued, however, that
"Tomorrow this lineup may be
different." He commented on the
necessity of having at least three
strong teams by saying, "Some
games in the past we have used
more than three teams. But we
don't know exactly how the new
rule on substitution is going to
affect us."
Timberlake and Evashevski were
on the minor injury list yester-
day. Both quarterbacks missed
practice with minor ailments.
Timberlake, although suited up in
his blue uniform, was nursing a
sore shoulder muscle on his
throwing arm.
Major League
Standen gSr
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
z-New York 100 52 .658 -
Chicago 85 65 .567 14
Minnesota 85 67 .559 15
Baltimore 79 72 .523 202
Detroit 74 76 .493 25
Boston 73 79 .480 27
Cleveland 72 81 .471 28%
Los Angeles 68 84 .447 32
Kansas City 67 83 .447 32
Washington 53 97 .353 46
z-Clinched pennant.
,,YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago at Washington (ppd., rain)
(Only game scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (n)
Detroit at Minnesota (n)
Baltimore at Los Angeles (2, t-n)
Boston at Chicago (n)
Kansas City at Washington (ni)

By CHARLIE TOWLE
Northwestern, last year's Cin-
derella team with a twist of tra-
gedy, must survive the answer to
two "ifs," if it is to take its
first Big Ten crown since 1936.
The first big "if" concerns the
state of five knees belonging to
five separate front line players on
the Wildcat roster.
Guard Jack Cvercko, end Gary
Crum, fullback Bill Swingle, end
Pat Riley and halfback Willie
Stinson all were operated on to
correct knee injuries from last
fall.
So far all except Cvervko have
managed to avoid any reoccur-
ance of knee trouble. Cvervko, a
pre-season all-American guard
choice, has been kept out of con-
tact work so far this fall. His
knee gave signs of not being com-
pletely healed in the early autumn
practice sessions.
The second "if" concerns find-
ing a replacement for Paul Flately
as. a target for quarterback Tom
Myers.
116 of 195
Last year using a "pro" type
offense with Flately at the key
flanker spot Myers connected on
116 of 195 passes for 1537 yards;
45 of these tosses were to Flately.
The next closest receiver was
Crum with 16 grabs.
Spring drills didn't produce an
exceptable replacement for Flately,
as reflected in the wind-up scrim-
mage when the reserves beat the
starters 14-12. The principle can-
didates for the job are Jim Prof-J
fit, who was sidelined by grades
last season, Tom O'Grady a con-
verted quarterback and Gary
Rush.
Myers gave the Wildcats the
arm which placed them second in
passing in the country last year:
Standing at a respectable 6' height
and weighing 180 pounds Myers
should be the outstanding name
back in the midwest this year.
Myers doesn't like to run, with
his arm he doesn't have to, but
there are some able legmen in the
Northwestern backfield.
TwoDeep
Fullback is two deep. Swingle, a
senior who rushed for a 4.41 yard
average in 66 attempts and Steve
Murphy who led the Wildcats with
nine TDs make this position the
least of coach Ara Parseghian's
worries.
Left half Stinson, the breakaway
artist in Northwestern's backfield
ran for 418 yards in 88 carries for
a 4.57 average. Dick McCauley,
who actually logged 100 more
minutes playing time than Stin-

son last year will see plenty of
action. He excels on both offense
and defense play.
Chuck Logan, a senior who has
never quite lived up to what was
expected of him will probably be
Crum's running mate on the left
end of the line.
Weak Middle
The Wildcat interior line is
probably the weakest part of the
squad. Left guard, center and

right tackle are all up for grabs
among a flock of eager veteran
seekers. If Cvervko is unable to
fill his usual right guard spot the
Wildcat line could be their un-
doing.
Joe Szczecko at right tackle
seems to be the only sure thing
among the five man interior wall.
Szczecko moves well for his mas-
sive 235 pounds both laterally and
in forward thrusts. He earned the

Associated Press' "lineman of the
week" award last year for his play
in the Notre Dame game which
the Wildcats won 35-6.
The Wildcat schedule opens next
Saturday at Missouri and then
moves right into a seven game
Big Ten schedule winding up with
Wisconsin and Ohio State. If
Northwestern gets past these two
it will be Pasadena for New Year's
Day.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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

W
29
91
82
80
79
80
75
71
58
49

L
59
62
69
72
72
73
76
79
93
102

Pct. GB
.609 -
.595 2
.543 10
.526 121
.523 13
.523 13
.497 17
.473 2041,
.384 33Y2
.325 422

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1F
Pittsburgh 1, Chicago 0
San Francisco 4, Milwaukee 3
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at St. Louis (n)
Philadelphia at New York (n)
Houston at Cincinnati (n)
San Francisco at Milwaukee (n)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (2, t-n)

Pro
Football

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AFL
Eastern Division
W L
Boston I11
Houston 1 1
New York 0 1
Buffalo 0 2
Western Division
Oakland 2 0
San Diego 2 0
Kansas City 1 0
Denver 0 2
Saturday's Results
Houston 20, Denver 14
San Diego 17, Boston 13
Sunday's Results
Oakland 35, Buffalo 17
NFL
Eastern Conference
W L
New York 1 Q
Cleveland 1 0
St. Louis 1 0
Philadelphia 0 0
Pittsburgh 0 0
Dallas 0 1
Washington 0 1
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THIS WEEK'S GAMES

V'western at Missouri (score)
lavy at West Virginia
Penn State at Oregon
Boston College at Syracuse
Boston U. at Army
Kansas at Texas Christian
Clemson at Oklahoma
Alabama at Georgia
v. Carolina St. at Maryland
South Carolina at Duke

11. Virginia at North Carolina
12. Texas A&M at Louisiana St.
13. Washington at Air Force
14. Utah State at Arizona
15. Wyoming at Montana
16. Iowa State at California
17. San Jose State at Stanford
18. Washington St. at Texas Tech
19. Brigham Young at Kansas St.
20. Auburn at Houston

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Hayden 12, Lloyd 7
Michigan 12, Reeves 6
Taylor 14, Cooley 6
"B"
Adams 1, Reeves 0 (overtime)
Anderson 14, Strauss 0
Gomberg.22, Scott 0
Hinsdale 28, Taylor 14
Kelsey 26, Hayden 2
Winchell 6, Chicago 2
Van Tyne 6, Lloyd 0
Weniey 14, William 0
Cooley 2, Greene 0
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Detroit 1 0 0;
Chicago 1 0 0
Minnesota 1 0 01
Baltimore 0 1 0
Green Bay 0 1 0
Los Angeles 0 1 0
San Francisco 0 1 0
Saturday's Results
Detroit 23, Los Angeles 2
St. Louis 34, Dallas 7
Sunday's Results
New York 37, Baltimore 28
Chicago 10, Green Bay 3
Cleveland 37, Washington 14
Minnesota 24, San Francisco 20

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