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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBERS, 1963

TUE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8,1963

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Injuries Not Serious-Hunt

There are several other changes
in the top ten, with Ohio Statea
and Penn State moving into the
select group replacing Northwest-
ern and Georgia Tech. Illinois;
edged Northwestern, fifth last;
week, 10-9. And Louisiana State
hung a 7-6 defeat on Georgia
Tech, ranked seventh a week ago.
Oklahoma, which hasn't beaten
Texas since 1957, would be in a
good position to go all the way if
it can get past Saturday's brawl.
Coach Bud Wilkinson's Sooners
won their last national champion-
ship in 1956. The Longhorns fin-
ished in third place in the 1961
poll and ranked fourth a year
ago when Oklahoma wound up in
eighth place.
Wisconsin, also idle last week-
end, dropped from fourth to fifth,
and Navy jumped from sixth to
fourth place after defeating Mich-
igan 26-13.
Pittsburgh, a 35-15 winner over
California, moved from ninth to
sixth place, and Southern Cali-
fornia advanced one notch to sev-
enth by downing Michigan State
13-10.
Ohio State, which beat Indiana
21-0, took over No. 8 In the rank-
ings, and Penn State grabbed
ninth place after defeating Rice
28-7. Mississippi held onto 10th
place by defeating Houston 20-6.
The top ten, with first place
votes in parentheses, season rec-
ords, and total points on the 10-9-
8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:
Team Points
1. Oklahoma 40 2-0 508
.2. Texas 5 3-0 435
3. Alabama 4-3-0 430
4. Navy 3 3-0 346
5. Wisconsin 1 2-0 279
6. Pittburgh 1 3-0 228
7. So. California 2-1 157
8. Ohio State 2-0 155
9. Penn State 3-0 120
10. Mississippi 2-0-1 88

By GARY WINER
Coach Bump Elliott had Bob
Chandler running the first team
during yesterday's practice, while
trainer Jim Hunt was telling Wol-
verine followers that the injury
list wasn't as bad as had been
feared.
Chandler, who completed 9 of
10 pass attempts for 138 yards
and two touchdowns all in the
second half of Saturday's contest,
got the nod from Elliott to take
over the signalcaller's job for the
time being.dFrosty Evashevski,who
had started as number one quar-
terback against Southern Metho-
dist and Navy, ran the second
team.
Although it first appeared that
most of the Michigan team was
joining the hospital brigade dur-
ing the Navy game, trainer Jim
Hunt cleared things up yesterday.
"The most serious injury was
Captain Joe O'Donnell with a
head injury. He was in the hos-
pital yesterday for observations,
but is expected to be released
Tuesday morning."
Rumor
Yesterday afternoon rumor pur-
ported that tackle Bill Yearby had
collapsed on the diag at noon and
some of his compatriots had car-
ried him to Health Service. Hunt
laughingly exclaimed, "Yearby
was out on the field practicing, so
I don't know what could behbo-
thering him now. He had a head
injury, but he's okay."
Halfback Dick Wells has a
bruised hip, and Jack Clancy had
some leg cramps, but Hunt com-
mented that both appeared okay
now.

One of the biggest scares for
the coaching staff, besides in-
juries to O'Donnell and Yearby,
was the leg injury of halfback
Dick Rindfuss. Rindfuss, who re-
cently was promoted to right half-
back, fell to the turf in the fourth
quarter with what seemed to be
a severe knee injury. Rindfuss
had previously hurt his leg in the
first week of fall practice, and in
the Navy game he took a hard
block to the leg which caused
him a great deal of pain.
Hunt stated, "Rindfuss is okay
now, it was just the pain. He was
hit about the same way as Rick
Sygar, but Rindfuss was able to
sustain the blow without serious
damage."
Grows
The list grew longer as the game
continued, though. Tom Keating
had an upset stomach, Frosty Eva-
shevski twisted his ankle, and Bill
Laskey had a head injury, but
Hunt related that all appeared

for yesterday's practice drills.
Lineman Rick Hahn, according to
Michigan's trainer, had no in-
juries as had previously been re-
ported.
Quarterback Bob Timberlake
ran the team for the first time
this year late in the fourth quar-
ter. Timberlake has been bothered
with a shoulder injury, but is
coming along nicely. He pulled a
foot muscle in the game, but this
was nothing serious.
Kurtz Returns
Dave Kurtz was back at prac-
tice yesterday after being side-
lined with an infected knee two
weeks ago. But two other Wol-
verines, senior John Yanz and
Don Blanchard, are apparently
lost for the year.
Yanz is currently in traction
with a torn knee cartilege suf-
fered in the SMU game. He prob-
ably will undergo surgery this
week. Blanchard has two broken
bones in his foot.

10-4-1 RECORD:
Big, Ten Overshadows
Non-League Opponents

With Michigan trailing Navy,
20-0, late in the third quarter,
Chandler moved the Wolverines to
the Navy 38 yard line where he hit
end John Henderson in the end
zone for a touchdown. Then again
with seconds running out in the
game, Chandler showed his tal-
ents by directing his team 83
yards in eight plays, capping the
series with a 20 yard touchdown
heave once again to Henderson.
Henderson ,the junior who was
ineligible for competition last sea-
son, has been listed on the third
team since,,the beginning of prac-
tice. "John did a real good job
for us Saturday," Elliott com-
mented. "The only reason he's
listed on the third team is be-
cause he's an offensive specialist.
We don't use him both ways. We
plan to play him a lot on Satur-
dy, though, you can be sure."
At the other end position, soph-
omore Craig Kirby made four pass
receptions for 41 yards. He enter-
ed the game late in the third
quarter and he and Henderson
teamed up in Michigan's two
touchdown marches.
He added, "I think Kirby has
done nothing but improve since
the beginning of the season. He
doesn't have the same speed as
Henderson, but he did a very good
job. Kirby is also listed on the
third team bebause he's one of our
offensive specialists."
Elliott seemed to feel that per-
haps the biggest turning point in
the game was Navy's second tally
with ten seconds left on the clock
in the first half.
"The short punt in the second
quarter and the casualties hurt us,
but not like that long pass from
(Roger) Staubach to Johnny Sai.
Leaving the half trailing 7-0 is
a reasonable score. You can always
come back from that, but trailing
by 14 points hurt us too much,"
Elliott remarked.

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By BUD WILKINSON
Big Ten teams won three inter-
sectional games and lost two last
weekend to gain a respectable
10-4-1 record against non-league
teams.
Minnesota, after losing its sea-

G GRID SELECTIONS
A bad week was had by all prognosticators this past week. The
top grid-picker-Dennis Griffin of Van Tyne-lost five games in
coming up with his winning 15-5 record. Griffin can pick up his tickets
at The Daily.
Again we go out on a limb and pick twenty games for the "hooked"
to slave over and come up with their attempts to win two tickets to the
Michigan Theatre, currently showing "The VIP's."
A review of the present rules would be in order at this point. Re-
member-only one entry per person is allowed. Picks are to be brought
into The Daily or mailed. All ties will be decided on the basis of the
score. In case of any disputes, the decisions of the judges will be final.
So, guess again and get your picks in. Because of the Friday night
games, the deadline this week will be 9 P.M. FRIDAY. NO ENTRIES
WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT TIME.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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MSU at MICHIGAN (Score)
Louisiana St. at Miami (Fri.)
Syracuse at UCLA (Fri.)
Army at Penn State
Columbia at Yale
Indiana at Iowa
Minnesota at Northwestern
Illinois at Ohio State
Purdue at Wisconsin.
Air Force at Nebraska

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So. California at Notre Dame
North Carolina at Maryland
Oklahoma at Texas
Duke at California
Oregon State at Washington
Texas Christian at Tex. Tech
Oklahoma State at Colorado
Villanova at Boston College
Stanford at Rice
Houston at Texas A&M

son opener to Nebraska, rebound-
ed to roll over Army 24-8. The
Gopher defense set up three
touchdowns on two fumble re-
coveries and a pass interception
and held Army scoreless until the
fourth quarter.
Purdue edged Notre Dame 7-6
on a fourth quarter touchdown
pass from Ron Digravio to end
Bob Hadrick.
Despite thunder, lightning and
pouring rain, Iowa scored a 17-7
victory over Washington. The tie-
breaking touchdown came on a
pass from quarterback Fred Rid-
dle to Paul Krause in the fourth
quarter.
Squeak, Squeak
Third-ranked Southern Cali-
fornia squeaked by Michigan State
13-10. The Trojans scored two
touchdowns in the fourth quarter
on a 52-yard run by sophomore
halfback Mike Garrett and a 16-
yard pass froi Pete Beathard to
Hal Bedsole.
Roger Staubach, Navy's out-
standing quarterback, led the
Middies to a 26-13 defeat of Mich-
igan.
In conference action, Illinois
upset previously unbeaten and
fifth-ranked Northwestern, 10-9.
The turning point of the game was
a 32-yard touchdown play in
which quarterback Fred Custardo
lateraled to Ron Fearn, who rolled
out to his right and -passed to
halfback Jim Warren in the end
.zone.
Defense t
Perhaps even more important to
the Illini victory was their de-
fense against the Wildcats' rush-
ing game. Northwestern gained
only 89 yards in 47 rushes.
In the other league game, Ohio1
State, undefeated and unscored
upon, rolled over Indiana, 21-0.
Ohio State's Dick Van Raaphorst
kicked two field goals and quar-
terback Don Unverferth threw two
touchdown passes to lead the
Buckeye attack.
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Ohio State
Illinois
Northwestern
Wisconsin
Iowa
MICHIGAN
MSU
Minnesota
Purdue
Indiana

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1
0
0
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Big Ten
Standings
W LT PF PA Pct.

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Pro Football
Standings
NFL
WESTERN DIVISION

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Chicago 4
Green Bay 3
Detroit 2
Minnesota 2
Baltimore 1
San Francisco ,0
Los Angeles 0

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1.000 85
.750 107
.500 80
.500 90
.250 71
.000 51
.000 32

PA
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50
73
118
92
115
122

LIBERAL
ARTS

EASTERN DIVISION

Cleveland
New York
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
Washington
Philadelphia
Dallas

W
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PF PA
133 67
98 87
128 68
98 66
86 92
83 107
69 120

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* Analytic Research
* Language Program
" Computer Programming
" Mathematics
" Statistics
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Are Provided by NSA
Liberal Arts Majors (except mathema-
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given on
26 OCT. and 7 DEC., 1963

SATURDAY'S RESULT
Cleveland 35, Pittsburgh 23
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 26, San Francisco 3
Chicago 10, Baltimore 3
Green Bay 42, Los Angeles 10
St. Louis 56, Minnesota 14
New York 24, Washington 14
Philadelphia 24, Dallas 21
AFL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
W L T Pet. PF
New York 3 1 0 .750 19
Houston 2 3 0 .400 83
Boston 2 3 0'.400105
Buffalo 1 3 1 .250 86

PA
86
110
90
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WESTERN CONFERENCE
W L T Pet. PF PA
San Diego 3 *1 0 .750 89 83
Kansas City 2 1 1 .667 124 65
Denver 2 2 0 .500 85 123
Oakland 2 3 0 .40O 80 72
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
New York 31, Boston 24
Buffalo 12, Oakland 0
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 28, Houston 7
Denver 50, San Diego 34

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for a Test Bulletin containing further details.
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should contact their college placement officer
for an interview with an NSA representative.

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