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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Injured Players Chandler Ready for Spartans

By TOM ROWLAND
While the word from Michigan
State has it that the Spartans are
going to be in better shape physi-
cally than first figured, Michigan
coach Bump Elliott had his own
bit of heartening news yesterday:
the entire Wolverine first string
is going to be fit and ready to play
% tomorrow.
"Actually, we're pretty well set,
both physicallly and mentally,"
Elliott commented before Michi-
gan's closed practice yesterday.
"The only player who won't be in
there is halfback Dick Wells. He's
still ailing with a bad hip that got
hit last Saturday."
Wells is second-string back-up
man to regular Dick Rindfuss, an-
other Wolverine that got banged
up last weekend but who till be
ready to play against State. Rind-
fuss is Michigan's leading ground
gainer in total yards with 91 in 12
carries:
Chandler Starts
"We've got a real close race for
the starting quarterback ;spot,"
said Elliott, "but right now we're
planning on Bob Chandler to start
with Frosty Evashevski on the
second string."
Chandler got the starting nod
on the strength of his late-game
appearance against Navy last Sat-
urday when he hit home on nine
of ten passes for 138. yards, In-
cluding two TD tosses to end John
Henderson.

Evashevski, who started against
Navy, has also been hitting at a
good air percentage, completing
eight out of 14 passes.
Anthony Ready
Mel Anthony continues to hold
down the fullback position with
Chuck Dehlin, who has a 6.7 yard
per carry average in six tries, in
reserve.
Jack Clancy takes the other
starting half slot for the third
straight week. Clancy switched
over from fifth-string quarterback
to the regula-: halfback position
when an injury sidelined John
Rowser two weeks before the sea-j
son began. Rowser replaces Mich-
igan's quarterback on defense as
well as backing up Clancy on of-
fense.
Same Line
The Wolverine forward wall
lineup will be the same as faced
Navy a week ago, with two key
men ba9k on the roster after in-
juries against the Middies. Guard
Joe O'Donnell, who leads Mich-
igan with 50 yards a carry, and
tackle Bill Yearby have both re-
covered from head blows and will
be back on the starting line.
Jim Conley and Bill Laskey re-
main at the ends, Torn Keating
teams with Yearby at the tackles,
O'Donnell and Rich Hahn are at
guards, and Tom Cecchini is at
center.
With Laskey moving into the.
starting right end position the

Wolverines now boast a 214-
pound-per-man line. A revision of
Michigan State's roster puts end
Matt Snorton down to 229 pounds
instead of 245-the Spartans will
average 211 pounds a man on the
line instead of the previously
reported 216.
Two Games

NEWMAN CENTER
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Friday, Oct. 11, 8:00 p.m.
FIRESIDE CHAT
"CO-OPERATION & COMPETITION
AMONG CHURCHES"
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Saturday, Oct. 12---Dunkers Hour after State game

First Downs
Rushing
Passing
By Penalty

Michigan
31
2

RUSHING
Net Yards Rushing 342
No. Rushes 84
Yards per Attempt 4.075
PASSING
Net Yds. Passing 248
Passes Attempted 24
Passes Completed 17
Passes Had Int'epd. 1
TD Passes 3
Ave. Gain per Comp. 14.59
Completion P'centage .709
TOTAL OFFENSE
Net Yds. Gained 590
No. Off. Plays 108
Ave. Gain persPlay 5.46
PUNTING

Opp.
37
17
18
2
263
87
3.02
490
43
29
3
2
16.91
.675
753
130
5.79
10
40.4
0
9
96
105

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Number
Ave. Dist.
Punts Had Blocked

21
33.33
0

KICK RETURNS
Yds. Punts Ret'd. 40
Yds. Kickoff Ret'd. 16
TtI. Yds. Kicks Ret'd. 56
FUMBLES
Total Fumbles 5
Ball Lost By 3
PENALTIES
No. of Penalties 7
Yards Penalized 57

NEW STARTER-,Bob Chandler (20), Michigan quarterback, passes against Navy, while winning
this week's starting job against Michigan State from Frosty Evashevski. An unidentified Navy man
tries to block the aerial. Chandler completed nine of 10 passes against the Middies, good for 138
yards and two touchdowns. Evashevski had started against both Southern Methodist and Navy,
but retired in the second quarter of the Navy game with a slight injury. Chandler's favorite target
last week was end John Henderson, who grabbed six passes including both touchdowns.

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SPARTANS INVADE:

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Pre-Moving SalI
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Anthony
Bay
Chandler
Chapman
Clancy
Dehlin
Evashevski
O'Donnell
Quist
Rindfuss
Rowser
Sparkman
Wells
Timberlake
Evashevski
Chandler
PA
Conley
Laskey
Hoyne
Henderson
Kirby
O'Donnell
Prichard
Rindfuss
Stagg

RUSHING
Att. G
19 49
1 0
6 0
1 5
11 72
6 39
14 56
1 50
2 0
12 91
2 5
5 10
5 25
25
PASSING

L Net
5 44
o 0
-33 -33
0 5
0 72
0 39
18 38
0 50
-1 -1
0 91
-1 4
0 10
0 25
-7 -2

Ave.
2.36
0.00
-5.5
5.0
6.55
7.66
2.72
50.0
-0.50
7.59
2.00
2.00
5.00
-1.00

MSU Women's Teams To Compete
In Swimmin Field Hockey Duels

Att. Co Int Yds Pct
14 8 1 110 .571
10 9 0 138 .900
ASS RECEIVING
No. Yds. Ave.
1 24 24
3 46 15.3
1 19 19
8 118 14.75
4 41 10.25

TD
1
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TD
0
1
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F0
ive.
31
29
36
15

PUNTING
No.
5
1
4
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Yds.
155
29
147
15

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JOE O'DONNELL - BILL YEARBY
ready to play .. . . . . against MSU

By BILL BULLARD
C o ac h D u f f y Daugherty's
brawny brutes aren't the only
Spartan athletes that will invade
the Michigan campus tomorrow.
Michigan State's women's swim-
ming and field hockey teams are
set for a morning of combat in
the Women's Pool and on Pal-,
mer Field with their Michigan'
counterparts. Both contests start
at 9:30 a.m. and it is possible to
catch parts of both battles before
witnessing the big struggle in
Michigan Stadium tomorrow af-
ternoon.
Both of the women's teams have
been more successful than the
varsity football squad against the
Spartans in recent years. The
field hockey team went through
an undefeated season last fall with
a tie against MSU being the only
blemish on their record.
Swimmers Romp
The swimming team defeated
State twice in dual meets last sea-
son going through an undefeated
schedule and then won the Na-
tional Inter-Collegiate title at
East Lansing. On the morning of
t h e Michigan - Michigan State
football game last fall in East
Lansing the Wolverine mermaids
outclassed the Spartan girls, 61-
25. In a return engagement in
Ann Arbor the Wolverines won
58-19.
Those who attend the hockey
game Saturday will see the Mich-

igan team in their new Maize uni-
forms with yellow knee socks.
After the regular field hockey
contest which consists of two 30-
minute halfs, a junior varsity
game between the two schools
will be staged.
Members of the varsity are:
Captain Jennifer Jones, Marilyn
Brown, Sukie Brainard, Sharon
Bedford, Marjie Bloom, Alice
Meier, Brenda Boley, Connie Mil-
ler, Kathy Lambros, Phyllis Lind-
blade, Maxine Loomis and Andy
Freeman.
The swimming meet will include
10 events. Michigan will have only
one of three national collegiate
record-holders back from last sea-
son. Pam Swart, who holds the
national collegiate freestyle rec-
ords at 100 and 200 yards, will
compete in both these events to-
morrow. She will be backed up by
Ellen Weiland in the 100 yard
race and by Nancy Wager in the
200 yard event.
Other tentative Michigan en-
tries are:
50-yd. freestyle: Sperry Jones,
Janice Snavely and Barbara Haef-
ner (exhibition).
50-yd. backstroke: Vida Ride
and Carolyn Beranek.
50-yd. breaststroke: Mona Di-
Filippo, Jane Thompson and Gail
Weirbin (exhibition from Eastern
Michigan).
50-yd. butterfly: Cordy Thomp-
son and Liz Morrison.

100-yd. individual medley: Cor-
dy Thompson and Sperry Jones.
Dving: June Mori.
200-yd. medley relay: Ride, Di-
Filippo or J. Thompson, Morrison
and Weiland.
200-yd. freestyle relay: Snavely,
Wager, Swart, Weiland or Jones.
Sailors Take
Second Place
Michigan's sailing team was un-
able to break its second place
jinx last weekend in a big regat-
ta at Wisconsin.
For the two weekends previous
to the last one, Michigan had fin-
ished second in large fields. Again
last weekend Michigan was forced
to settle for second best with 164
points to 213 points for Marquette.
Other teams in the running were
Notre Dame, 161; Northwestern,
141; Wisconsin, 137; Michigan
Stateh129; and Purdue, 121. Also
in the regatta were Beloit, De-
troit, DePaul, Ohio Wesleyan, and
Lawrence.
Darcy Harwood won the high-
point trophy for skipper in the B
division. Dick Reuttinger, Tom
Frederick, Chuck Cannon, Larry
Plum, Dave Moomy, and Terry
Timm completed the Michigan
team.

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SPORT SHORTS:
Former 'M' Opponents Clash

NEJAC

By The Associated Press
DALLAS-Navy's high-powered
offense-triggered by Roger Stau-
bach-swirls into the Cotton Bowl
tonight intent upon using South-
ern Methodist as the stepping
stone to a fourth straight victory
and a rise in the national rat-
ings.
The Middies already are No. 4,
but they possibly can get even
higher if they handle Southern
Methodist as they are expected
to do.
Staubach, currently the most
prolific one-man offense in col-
lege football, seems to have every-
thing working for him. He has led
Navy to the top spot in total of-
fense with 425 yards per game.
Meanwhile, the Navy defense
has limited three opponents to
194 yards per game.
Southern Methodisit is a long
way from matching either. The
Methodists, winners of one game
out of two, have an offense that
has averaged 296.5 yards a game
and their defense has yielded
298.5 a game.
Southern Methodist has no one
to compare with Staubach, but of
course, who has. This 403-pound
quarterback, who has completed
x an average of seven of 10 passes
and averages almost eight yards
per play in total offense, is the
talk of the country.
But Southern Methodist will be
in better physical condition than
it was for the game with Air Force
Academy-won 10-0 by SMU-last
week. And the Methodist defense
is much tougher than its record
indicates.
The Methodists do their best
work when the other side is
threatening. They have been most
effective. against passing, which
is Navy's main strength.
* * *
Sooners, Longhorns Clash
DALLAS - Tackles seldom are
noticed much in a football game
and they get all their glory from

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what the coach tells them each
Vjonday.,
But chances are the 75,504 fans
who bulge the Cotton Bowl Satur-
day will see a lot of a couple of
guys who play tackle for two.of
the nation's top teams.
One is Ralph Neely, the 243-
pound giant of the Oklahoma
line.
The other i's Scott Appleton,
just four pounds lighter, who an-
chors the Texas line. Oklahoma is
ranked first nationally, Texas
second. -
Neely not only grabs everything
that comes in his direction but he
operates on a tackle eligible pass
play that pays off with points.
He has already scored on the play,
against Clemson.
Coach Darrell Royal of Texas
calls Appleton the finest defensive
lineman he ever coached. The big
guy also is quite a blocker, and
he's serious about football.
They head up lines that average
214 for Oklahoma, 207 for Texas.
They will be the biggest players
on the field so the fans won't have
trouble picking them out.
For that matter, the explosion
when the two collide should get
everybody's attention.
Hurricanes Hopeful
MIAMI - Quarterback George
Mira believes that all the Miami
Hurricanes need is a change of
luck and suddenly one night
they'll break out in a rash of
touchdowns.;
"I hope," the All-America quar-
terback added wistfully, "that it
comes tonight."
It couldn't come at a better
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time, for the Hurricanes face a
formidable t a s k against Pat
Screen and the other Tigers of
Louisiana State, 7-6 conquerors of
high-ranked Georgia Tech.
Surprisingly, the Hurricanes,
with an offense that hasn't scored
a touchdown in three games, are
only three-point underdogs. May-
be the oddsmakers, too, think
Miami is due for a change of luck.
Mira, whose phenomenal pass-
ing made him an All-America as
a junior, says he has been press-
ing too hard this yeartrying to
be as good as he was pictured in
pre-season reports.
As a result, he lost his control.
Adding to his miseries, his receiv-
ers have done a poor job. Several
throws with touchdown written all
over them were dropped.
But Mira thinks now that he
has corrected his faults. During
this week's practices, he said, "I
never threw better in my life."
C o a c h Charlie McClendon
brought his 39-man LSU squad to
town yesterday and planned a
workout in the Orange Bowl. Mc-
Clendon was high in praise of
Screen, his sophomore quarter-
back, whom he thinks will follow
in the tradition of Billy Cannon
and Jerry Stovall, two star backs
of recent LSU history.
The Tigers made a "superhu-
man" effort against Georgia Tech,
McClendon said. He added that
he hoped there will be no let-
down against Miami-and that
Mira's luck doesn't return.

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