ajor League Standings
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1963
W L Pct. GB
ork 104 55 .654 -
o 91 67 .576 12Y2
ota 89 70 .560 15
ore 84 75 .528 20
t 78 81 .491 26
nd 77 82 .484 27
75 85 .469 29Y2
City 72 87 .453 32
geles 70- 90, .438 34.
ngton 55,103 .34849%z
nd 4, Kansas City 1
sta at New York (n)
tat Baltimore (n)
ngton at Chicago (2, t-n)
nd at Kansas City (n)
W L Pet. GB
Los Angeles 99 60 .623 -
St. Louis 92 67 .579 7
San Francisco 86 73 .541 13
Philadelphia 84 75 .528 15
Cincinnati 84 75 .528 15
Milwaukee 83 76 .52216
Chicago 80 79 .503 19
Pittsburgh 73 86 .465 25
Houston 67 95 .402 35
New York 50 109 .313 49
San Francisco 10, Philadelphia 0
Los Angeles 5, New York 4
Houston 5, Pittsburgh 4 (11 inn.)
Only games scheduled
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (n)
Pittsburgh at San Francisco (n)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)
Chicago at Milwaukee (n)
New York at Houston (n)
Timberlake's Shoulder Bothersome;
Bay Alternating as Second Stringer
By TOM ROWLAND
Forest (Frosty) Evashevski, a 6',
185-pound senior who started
practice this fall listed on the
fourth string, got the nod yester-
day from Coach Bump Elliott to
start at quarterback tomorrow
against Southern Methodist.
Evashevski, who has been mov-
ing up on the depth charts ever
since f his top performance in the
first game - length ' scrimmage,
moved into the top signal-caller
post after Bob Timberlake was
forced out of the position by an
"We're hoping that Timberlake
will be able to play some." said
Elliott yesterday, "but that shoul-
der is bothering him and giving
some trouble. If he does play it
will probably be in a limited capa-
Breaking into the first-string
marks some kind of a climax to a
comeback for Evashevski. Marked
as a top prospect in his sopho-
more year, he suffered a knee in-
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jury that put him out of the
lineup before the season even be-
gan. He put in 55 minutes last
year even though injured again,
completing 11 passes out of 35
The quarterback situation is
even more cloudy now: after some
outstanding play this week Rick
Bay has moved up to the second
string, where he is alternating
with Bob Chandler and Tom
"We haven't made any decision
yet on a second-string quarter-
back" is the word from the coach.
Elsewhere on Elliott's starting
team: Jim Conley and Jeff Hoyne
will hold -down the end positions,
Tom Keating and Bill Yearby are
at the tackles, captain Joe O'-
Donnell and Rich Hahn take the
guard spots, and firey Tom Cec-
chini will be at center.
In the backfield Jack Clancy
and Dick Wells will start at the
halfbacks and fullback Mel An-
thony will back Evashevski.
That makes five (count 'em)
sophomores on the starting team-
Hoyne, Yearby, Cecchini, Clancy
and Wells. The starting line will
average 212 pounds per man (SMU
will weigh 194 per lineman).
In the last practice yesterday
before tomorrow's game. Elliott
ran signal drills and concentrated
on punt coverage and return.
Commenting on the Michigan
kicking game this fall Elliott said,
"We've got a fine punter in O'-
Donnell plus a couple of others
that can kick. And Timberlake
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and Bay will boot conversions and
With all the good toes on the
squad will Michigan be after more
field goals this fall? Bump: "We
will if we can. It will depend on
the situation and our position."
Michigan only scored one field
goal last year, Timberlake kicking
it against Army.
O'Donnell punted 54 times last
fall for an average of 34.8 yards a
boot, ranking sixth in the Big Ten.
U.S. Hopes for
Davis Cup Win
BOURNEMOUTH, Eng. (P) -
Chuck McKinley and Dennis Ral-
ston face the prospects today of
a wet and windy doubles match
that could give the United States
victory over Britain in the Inter-
zone Davis Cup tennis final.
The American pair play Mike
Sangster and Bobby Wilson of
Britain with the U.S. team lead-
ing 2-0 after the opening singles
yesterday and needing only one
more victory to clinch the best-of-
Weather men forecast high wind
and rain, making the red shale
court of the West Hants Club
slow and treacherous.
Uncle Sam's men mastered
these awkward conditions yester-
day and outplayed their British
McKinley, of St. Ann, Mo., de-
molished Sangster 7-5, 6-2, 7-5,
and Frank Froehling of Coral Ga-
bles, Fla., beat Billy Knight 4-6,
8-6, 6-4, 6-4.
The results were a blow to the
British experts who thought that
the slow shale court-even slower
after rain - would help their
Bob Kelleher, American non-
playing captain, said, "The condi-
tions were not pleasant for tennis.
But we have spent a week prac-
ticing on this court, and we have
got the feel of the surface by this
A victory by McKinley and Ral-
ston in the doubles or one more
singles triumph tomorrow would
take the United States to a match
with India in November. The win-
ners will meet Australia in the
Challenge Round in Australia at
Brisbane in December.
Kaline To Get
DETROIT (MP-A Kaline, bril-
liant right fielder of the Detroit
Tgers, is going to undergo a
checkup at the Mayo Clinic in
hopes of finding out wha sapped
Kaline, who asked to be
benched last week, has been com-
plaining of fatigue since June,
when he took over the batting
and runs batted in lead in the
American League. His hitting has
been slipping ever since.
He also has been slowed down
by a knee injury, but said "my
knee is very much better now."
UP AND COMERS-Forest (Frosty) Evashevski (right) has been given the starting berth at quar-
terback for tomorrow's game with Southern Methodist. Evashevski, 6'0" and 185 pounds, has come
up from the fourth string during the fall practice season. Junior signal-caller Rick Bay has shown
considerable improvement and is now alternating with Bob Chandler and Tom Prichard at direct-
ing the second team. Evashevski was given the nod after it became apparent that Bob Timberlake,
who had been directing the first string Blue team much of the season, would see limited, if any,
action due to a bothersome shoulder injury.
WANTS TEAM TITLE ALSO:
Rashleigh Eyes Third Str"aightI Alro n At et 'oul
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By DICK REYNOLDSt
Jack Rashleigh, two-time win-1
ner of the Michigan IntramuralI
Department's all-around athlete-
award, has two goals for the 1963-
64 I-M season.f
The first hurdle for the versa-r
tile senior from Flint is to capture
the all-year title for his Sigma1
Phi Epsilon team. The other is a
third consecutive individual award.-
"It would be a nice honor to win3
the individual trophy again," says
Rashleigh, "but I would feel much
happier knowing that I had helpedl
my house to win the all-year team1
Rashleigh's list of accomplish-
ments in three years of competi-t
tion is remarkable. He has partici-
pated in no less than 12 sports at
one time or another, gaining All
I-M honors in basketball (19611
and 63) and softball(1962-63).
As a guard in basketball last
year Jack's sure-handed jump
shots paced the Sig Eps to the so-
cial fraternity championship. Later
he started at shortstop as ,the
SPE's ran away with the I-M ti-
tle in softball.
The I-M department bases its3
consideration on (1) the number
of sports participated in, (2) the
advancement of the athlete in
tournaments and (3) selection to
Rashleigh is proud of the factt
that the Sig Eps have won more
all-year team titles, 9, than anyf
other fraternity. "I have had many
thrills in I-M, but the team tro-
phy seems to have avoided our
house since I joined," he says.
Hope to Reality
Looking forward to the 1963-
64 season, Rashleigh feels his hope
may become a reality. "I think,"
says Jack, "that we can score
heavily in the big sports and fight
off the field." He feels the stiffest
competition will come from last
year's champion, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, and Delta Upsilon.
Winning three straight I-M ath-
lete-of-the-year awards is a rare
honor. In the 33 years that the
trophy has been presented only
two men have won it three times.
Milton Eskowitz turned in a
triple triumph in 1932-33-34, and
Paul Keller duplicated the trick in
1936-38-39. Keller's chance at four
straight was interrupted in 1937
by a young freshman from Gary,
Ind., named Tom Harmon.
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FROM. BLANKETS TO BACHELORS
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Consensus Picks in CAPS)
1. So. Methodist at MICHIGAN
2. Washington at PITTSBURGH
3. Rutgers at PRINCETON
4. SYRACUSE at Kansas
5. California at ILLINOIS
6. Ind. at NORTHWESTERN
7. Washington State at IOWA
8. No. Car. at MICH. STATE
9. NEBRASKA at Minnesota
10. Missouri at ARKANSAS
11. WISCONSIN at Notre Dame
12. Texas A&M at OHIO STATE
13. Oklahoma at SO. CALIF.
14. PURDUE at Miami (Fla)
15. AUBURN at Tennessee
16. Clemson at GEORGIA TECH
17. Tex. Christ. at FLORIDA ST.
18. LOUISIANA STATE at Rice
19. Houston at BAYLOR
20. Colorado at OREGON STATE
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BOB ZWINCK (Contributing Sports Editor, 16-4-.800)-Mich., Pitt., Prin.,
Syr., Ill., NU, Iowa, MSU, Minn., Ark:, Wis., OSU, USC, Pur., Aub., Ga. Tech, TCU,
LSU, Hous., Ore. St.
TOM WEBBER (Guest Selector, 16-4-.800)-Mich., Pitt., Prin, Syr., Ill., NU,
Iowa, MSU, Neb., Ark., Wis., OSU, Okla., Miami, Aub., Ga. Tech, Fla. St., LSU,
Bay., Ore. St.
JIM BERGER (Associate Sports Editor, 15-5-.750)-Mich., Pitt., Prin., Syr.,
Ili., NU, Iowa, MSU, Neb., Ark., Wis., OSU, USC, Pur., Tenn., Ga. Tech, TCU, Rice,
Hous., Ore. St.
TOM ROWLAND (15-5-.750)-Mlch., Wash., Prin., Syr., Ill., NU, Wash. St.,
MSU, Neb., Ark., Wis., OSU, USC, Miami, Aub., Clem., TCU, LSU, Hous., Ore. St.
PERRY HOOD (15-5-.750)-Mich., Wash., Prin., Syr., Cal., NL, Iowa, MSU,
Minn., Mo., Wis., OSU, USC, Miami, Tenn., Ga. Tech, TCU, LSU, Bay., Ore. St.
DAVE GOOD (Sports Editor, 14-6-.700)-Mich., Pitt., Prin., Syr., Ill., NU,
Iowa, MSU, Neb., Mo., Wis., OSU, Okla., Pur., Aub., Clem., Fla. St., LSU, Bay.,
MIKE BLOCK (Associate Sports Editor, 14-6-.700)-Mich., Pitt., Prin., Syr.,
Ili., NU, Iowa, MSU, Neb., Ark., N.D., OSU, USC, Pur., Aub., Ga. Tech, Fla. St.,
LSU, Bay., Ore. St.
STAN KUKLA (14-6-.700)-Mich., Pitt., Prin., Syr., Ill., NU, Iowa, MSU, Neb.,
Mo., Wis., OSU, Okla., Pur., Aub., Ga. Tech, TCU, LSU, Hous., Ore. St.
GARY WINER (14-6-.700)-Mich., Pitt., Prin., Syr., Ill., NU, Wash. St., MSU,
Neb., Ark., Wis., OSU, USC, Pur., Aub., Ga. Tech, Fla. St., LSU, Bay., Ore. St.
CHARLIE TOWLE (14-6-.700)-Mich., Pitt., Prin., Syr., Ill., NU, Iowa, MSU,
Neb., Ark., Wis., OSU, Okla., Pur., Aub., Ga. Tech, Fla St., LSU, Bay., Colo.
MSU, Minn., Ark., Wis., OSU, USC, Pur., 'I'enn., Ga. Tech, Fla. St., Rice, Hous.,
BILL BULLARD (12-8-.600)-Mich., Pitt., Prin., Syr., Ill., NU, Wash. St.,
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