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THE MICHIGAN DAILY,

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1962

THE ICHIAN -I-YTUESDA ry-vwawa+ .:t:. alRFR t 14.

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an Victory Bares Pass Defense Woes

mal. Needless to say, Thomas won
the right to lead the SMU attack
against the Air Force Academy
next Saturday off his performance
against Michigan.
Michigan's end coach Jocko Nel-
son, who scouted the Middies in
their 51-7 rout of West Virginia
and their 28-0 triumph over Wil-
liam and Mary, has his own warn-
ing for Michigan pass defense
men.
"Navy's line is good size, its
backs are fast, and quarterback
Roger Staubach is a true All-
America quarterback."
Optimism in the Navy football
team is reflected in their current
seventh ranking in the national
sports wire polls and in the fact
that eleven admirals will make
the trip to Ann Arbor to watch
their old school play.
Michigan came out of the SMU
game fairly healthy. Only second
string tackle John Yanz obtained
any serious injury. Yanz reinjured
his knee and definitely will be
out of the Naval encounter. Bob
Timberlake's shoulder and Frosty
Evashevski's ankle injury are ex-
pected to be cleared up by next
Saturday.
Tough on Right Guards
SMU got the short end of the
stick not only on score but also
on injuries. John Hughes, Jim
Sitton and David Wilson, SMU's
number one; number two, and
number three right guards re-
spectively, will be missing the Air
Force encounter because of in-
juries inflicted in the Michigan
game.
Evashevski's performance at
quarterback Saturday has put
Bump Elliott back to answering
the seemingly eternal question
around these parts, "Whose your
starting quarerback, Bump?"
Elliott's immediate reaction af-
ter the game was that Evashevski
would be his starter; but it will
be tough keeping Timberlake out
of there. Timberlake got into the
SMU game only for kickoffs and
extra-points making three out of
four conversions.
Sailing Club
Nabs Second
Behind Kent
Michigan's Sailing Club finish-
ed second in a five- team regatta
last Saturday, sponsored by the
Kent State team.
The hosts won their own event
with a total of 54 points. Michigan
was next with 48 points, followed
by Detroit with 44, John Carroll
with 31, and Xavier with 28.
Terry Timm, Darcy Harwood,
Chuck Cannon, and Dick Ruettin-
ger crewed the Wolverine craft.
Next weekend the club members
will travel to Wisconsin for a big
regatta of about a dozen teams.
WANTED!
1000 HEADS
be they square, flat or rounded
for that collegiate cut
at
U-M BARBERS
N. Univ. near Kresge's

Big Ten.
Rolls Over
Opponents
By BUD WILKINSON
The Big Ten displayed accus-
tomed superiority against non-
conference teams in the first full
weekend of competition Saturday.
The conference representatives
came up with five victories, a tie
and two losses for an overall 7-2-1
record against outside foes.
Three conference teams showed
defensive skill by blanking their
opponents. Michigan State, em-
ploying a sophomore quarterback
and a soccer-type kicker, ran over
North Carolina, 31-0. Ohio State
used its halfbacks extensively for
the first time in several seasons
in downing Texas A&M, 17-0, and
Illinois topped California 10-0.
Badgers Bounce Back
Also on the bright side, a highly
rated Wisconsin team scored a 14-
9 come-from-behind victory over
Notre Dame. Favored Iowa blew a
14-0 halftime lead and came out
with a 14-14 tie against Washing-
ton State.
Minnesota dropped a 14-7 deci-
sion to Nebraska in the fourth
quarter and Purdue lost a defen-
sive battle to Miami, 3-0, when
Miami turned a Purduefumble
into a field goal with four minutes
remaining.
Take Big Ten Lead
In the single conference game,
Northwestern came from behind
to defeat Indiana, 34-21. The
Hoosiers, aided by the running
of senior halfback Mary Woodson
and several Wildcat mistakes, held
a 21-14 lead early in the third
quarter.
Then Northwestern's Willie
Stinson returned a kickoff 91
yards for a touchdown, Pete
Stamison later added a field goal
to cement the contest.
Two conference games are
scheduled this Saturday with
Northwestern at Illinois and Ohio
State at Indiana. Five intersec-
tional contests are on tap for Big
Ten schools.

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-Daily-Jim Lines
ONE MORE TIME-SMU end John Roderick (23) pinpoints Michigan's pass defense weakness,
grabbing a pass in Saturday's game with Michigan. Wolverine end Jim Conley (82) makes the
tackle. Michigan won, 27-16, although the Mustangs piled up 253 yards on 15 completed aerials.
BIG TEN PRACTICE NOTES:
Duffy Frets About Lost Time

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State football Coach Duffy Daugh-
erty has a World Series headache.
He's perturbed because Series
schedul-ing pushed t h e MSU-
Southern California game up a day
-and resulted in the loss of one
day of practice.
"It multiplies our problems,"
Daugherty said yesterday. "We
have enough to do in preparing
for Southern Cal, but losing a day
of practice really puts us on the
spot."
The game at the Los Angeles
Coliseum is set for Friday night
instead of Saturday, because the
Yankees and Dodgers will be
playing a Series contest there
Saturday.
Standouts Elevated
CHAMPAIGN - Defensive
standouts Bill Paske and Wylie
Fox were elevated to Illinois first
football team yesterday as drills
started for the Big Ten opener
against Northwestern Saturday.
Pasko, left end, and Fox, left
guard, paced many of the strong
rishes the Illini used to subdue
California's ace passer, Craig
Morton, for a 10-0 victory Satur-
day.
Develops Confidence
CHICAGO - Wisconsin's foot-
ball fortunes this season hinge
mainly on the development of jun-
ior Hal Brandt as a quarterback,
Badger Coach Milt Bruhn said
yesterday.
"Brandt has had to overcome
being a Ron VanderKelen," Bruhn
t o 1 d the Chicago's American
Quarterback Club. "In spring
drills he was trying to copy every-
thing VanderKelen had done.
Brandt is a lefthanded passer and
he even was going to his right to
throw.

"But now he has confidence in
himself and has had the oppor-
tunity to find himself. Our season
depends on how our quarterback
develops and if the team can get
a lift from it."
Cvercko Out
EVANSTON-Senior guard Rich
Lawton moved up to Northwest-
ern's first team yesterday in place
of Jack Cvercko, who is not ex-
pected to play against Illinois
Saturday.
Trainer Tom Healion said Cver-
cko will be sidelined for at least
a week with a left knee injury
suffered in the Indiana game.
Tough Workout
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota
held a surprisingly long and
h e a v y workout yesterday as
Coach Murray Warmath took
stock of Saturday's 14-7 loss to
Nebraska and began preparation
for Army's invasion next Satur-
day.
Only injury of note from the
Nebraska game was a badly
bruised hip sustained by second-
team center Joe Pung. The trainer
said it was too early to determine
Pung's availability for Army.
*1 * *
Sets Defenses
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana's
football team wasted no time yes-
terday bemoaning its opening
game defeat by Northwestern and
began setting up defenses for an
Ohio State eleven almost certain
to draw a record crowd here Sat-
urday.
Ticket sales indicated a crowd
of more than 40,000. The record
for the new Indiana Stadium is
37,026 for the 1961 Purdue game.
s * *

Jerry Burns in the Iowa football
team yesterday following last
week's 14-14 tie with Washington
State.
Leo Miller moved up to first
string left tackle from the No. 2
unit, changing places with George
Latta. Bill Niedbala stepped into
the second team end post, drop-
ping Lou Williams back to the
third string, and Phil Deutsch
moved up to No. 2 right tackle,
in place of John Niland.

GRID SELECTIONS
Well, fans, guess again.
And again. 'In fact, guess twenty times on the football games
listed below and you may have a chance to win two tickets to the
Michigan Theatre.
Once more this week The Daily is holding its version of "Twenty
Questions" under the pseudonym of "Grid Selections." Simply pick
the twenty winners for Friday and Saturday's games, plus the score
for the Michigan-Navy game, and you may find yourself clutching
the pair of tickets next week.
Lee Wealton, 317 Bell Tower, was the lucky winner last weekend
with a 16-4 record.
Since our Spartan friends from the/north have decided to play
their game Friday night, the deadline for entries, thiis week only,
will be Thursday at midnight. So rocket your selections to The
Daily, 420 Maynard, by-remember-Thursday night.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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1. Navy at MICHIGAN (Score)
2. Mich. St. at S. Cal (Fri. N)
3. Rice at Penn State
5. Northwestern at Illinois
4. California at Pittsburgh
6. Ohio State at Indiana
7. Army at Minnesota
8. Notre Dame at Purdue
9. Kentucky at Auburn
10. No. Carolina St. at Clemson

11. Maryland at Duke
12. Georgia Tech at LSU
13. Mississippi St. at Tennessee
14. Oregon at West Virginia
15. TCU at Arkansas
16. Texas A&M at Texas Tech
17. Baylor at Oregon State
18. UCLA at Stanford
19. Iowa at Washington
20. Kansas at Wyoming

Lineup Shuffle
IOWA CITY - Three
changes were made by

lineup
Coach

wool and wool
and mohair blends
V-Necks ... $14.98
Cardigans . $18.98
Sizes 36-46
COLORS:
white
black
it. blue
dk. blue
camel
green
wine
and many others

NUCLEAR ENERGY RESEARCH AT
LIRENCE BADIATION LABORMTORY
LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA
MAJOR PROGRAMS NOW UNDER WAY: PLOWSHARE-Industrial and scientific uses
of nuclear explosives. WHITNEY-Nuclear weapons for national defense. SHER-
WOOD-Power production from controlled thermonuclear reactions. PLUTO-
Nuclear reactor for propulsion of a ramjet missile. BIOMEDICAL-The effects of
radioactivity on man and his environment...far-reaching programs utilizing the skills
of virtually every scientific and technical discipline.

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spectrometer has less than 2% ve-
locity jitter over a speed range of 100.
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