THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESD
AY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1963
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By TOM ROWLAND
s a little early to be doing any
Y guessing, bUt it's probably
Atty good bet that when Bump
tt fields his Wolverine first
against Southern Methodist
vo weeks his best passer and
astest receiver are going to be
le bench. .
iy? Because quarterback Bob
idler and end John Henderson
oing to be "offensive special-
this fall. Chandler is cur-
y directing the second team as
ck-up to regular Bob Timber-
Henderson is third string
end behind Jeff Hoyne and:
andler and his favorite target
lerson won't see any defensive
n because, as Elliott puts it,
he first place we like to keep
most of our quarterbacks off of
defense; and we've got other play-
ers who are more adept at Aefen-
Chandler's arm and Henderson's
speed and great hands combined
give Michigan a real threat
through the air lanes.
"I like to pass to Henderson be-
cause he has such quick moves,"
says Chandler. "When you're back
there in that pocket you haven't
got much time to let the receiver
get into the open. John's got that
ability to get out there in a hurry.
"I like to hit him down and
out about 10 yards-it's a side-
line pattern that's tough to cover.,,
"Henderson has all the poten-
tial of being a great help to us,"
adds Elliott. "We're
to use him."
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Big Bomb Boys
What about a Chandler-to-Hen-
derson passing attack of Michigan
trails late in the game? Bump:
"We just don't know yet about
any long-ball plays like that. It
depends on the situation."
Rules for the 1963 season will
facilitate the use of offensive spe-
The W o m e n' s Swimming
Team will have an organiza-
tional meeting tonight at 8:15
p.m. in the Women's Po61.
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 compe-
titve experience is required.
cialists: substitution on second or
third downs if the clock is stopped
plus two "wild cards" on fourth
downs. The "wild card" clause al-
lows coaches to insert punters and
(or) offensive or defensive spe-
Michigan fans are aware of
Chandler's passing talents; the
Wolverine junior led the Wolver-
ines for the latter part of the sea-
son after an injury sidelined start-
ing quarterback Dave Glinka.
Chandler suffered a knee in-
jury early this fall and was out
of practice for several days.
"Chandler has been hurt and
behind for a while," says Elliott,
"but now he's starting to catch up.
You never know who might start
for us in a couple of weeks."
Other quarterbacks on the team
this year, besides Chandler and
Timberlake, are Pete Hollis, Fros-
ty Evashevski, Tom Pritchard,
Denis Alix and Rick Bay. All
have had bright moments this
CHANDLER TO HENDERSON-Michigan's version of the Johnny
Unitas to Raymond Barry pass combination is senior quarterback
Bob, Chandler to junior end John Henderson. Both men are
offensive specialists and will rarely play on defense. Chandler
has the most accurate arm on the Blue squad, while Henderson
possesses soft hands and quick moves.
ST. LOUIS' HOPES DIM:
L.A. Takes Three Game Lead;
Koufax Sets Shutout Record
1. N'western at Missouri (score)
2. Navy at West Virginia
3. Penn State at Oregon
4. Boston College at Syracuse
5. Boston U. at Ar ty
6. Kansas at Texas Christian
7. Clemson at Oklahoma
-. Alabama at.Georgia
9. N. Carolina St. at Maryland
10. 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
ANN ARBOR'S LEADER
ST. LOUIS (P)-Sandy Koufax,
Los Angeles' splendid southpaw,
hurled a four-hit, 4-0 shutout over
second-place St. Louis last night,
increasing the Dodgers' National
League lead to three games while
becoming the first rft-hander in
major league history to post 11
shutuots in one season.
The U-M Rifle Club will hold
its first meeting of the year to-
night at 7:30 p.m. at the Rifle
Range in North University Bldg.
(on South Forest across from
the tennis courts).
All students, including begin-
ners and more advanced shoot-
ers, are invited. The club's pro-
gram of both shooting for
pleasure and in competition
will be explained.
The fireballing Kouf ax, the fleet
Maury Wills and towering Frank
Howard all contributed to another
key Dod:er victory, the second in
a row in this vital three-game
series that may determine the
National League pennant winner.
Koufax, winning his 24th game
against only five losses, broke the
record for left-handers set by Carl
Hubbell of the New York Giants,
who pitched 10 shutouts in 1933.
Koufax's 11th made him the most
prolific shutout pitcher since
Grover Cleveland Alexander re-
corded 16 for the 1916 Philadel-
The Dodgers actually gave Kou-
fax the only run he needed in the
\first inning when Wills stroked a
leadoff single off Cardinal starter
Curt Simmons, promptly stole
~second and rode home on Jim
The Dodgers added their final
run in the ninth against reliever
Barney Schultz on an infield hit
by Willie Davis, his steal of second
and a double by Johnny Roseboro.
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