SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1963
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gan a sustained march toward
paydirt, picking up five first downs
along the way, mainly on the
strength of Lewis' running.
Spartan Coach Duffy Daugherty,
elected to hope to score later in
the game rather than try for the
lead via a two-point conversion,
and Bobich booted the PAT to
balance the books at 7-7. But that's
411 she wrote.
Both teams did get close enough
to their opponents' goals to at-
tempt a field goal before time ran
out. Four plays after receiving the
kickoff following the MSU touch-
down, an errant Chandler aerial
landed in the clutches of the om-
nipresent- Lewis, who galloped to
the the Wolverine 22.
At this point, the Michigan de-
fense stiffened, and with fourth
down on the 15, Bobich was sent
in to try for a three-pointer with
his patented soccer-like kicking
style. But the Wolverine line put
'on a hard rush, and the hurried
Bobich lofted the ball slightly to
the left of the uprights to stall
State's final scoring threat.
After several exchanges of pos-
session, Michigan latched onto the
spheroid on its own 33 with a few
minutes left and started its last
attempt to score. The Chandler-
Henderson combo quickly enabled
the Wolverines to gain a first down
on State's 23, but the drive stalled
there as Michigan lost four yards
on three attempts to loft a touch-
With 55 seconds left*-and the ball
on the 27, Coach Bump Elliott in,
serted Timberlake to attempt a
field goal. But the kick was short
and to the left, and the Spartans
took over on their 20.
After the Spartans were penaliz-
ed back to the 10, fullback Roger
Lopes carried the ball on a play
which culminated in both he and
Anthony being thrown out of the
game by referee Michael Delaney
for unsportsmanlike conduct. How-
ever, it didn't make much differ-
ence, as the game ended two plays
later with State on the 12 yard
At the outset of the second half,
Michigan recovered two fumbles
which otherwise might have lost
them the ball game. On the first
play from scrimmage, Clancy bob-
bled the ball, which was immedi-
ately fallen upon apparently by a
swarm of white-clad Spartans.
Nevertheless, on the bottom of
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the pile and in possession of the
elusive object was O'Donnell. The
Wolverine attack soon stalled, and
O'Donnell booted to Lewis who
muffed the fair catch. Clancy
jumped on the ball on the Michi-
gan 45, but the Wolverines still
couldn't do anything and had to
Other than the Michigan scor-
ing drive, the only serious of fen-
sive threat in the first half came
when MSU drove from its own 17
deep into Wolverine territory. The
Spartans advanced to a fourth-
and-one situation on the Michigan
29, but Juday couldn't penetrate
the wall on the crucial play and
the Wolverines took over.
The game was featured by the
defensive efforts of Michigan's
line, especiallycenter Tom Cecchi-
ni, who intercepted one Juday
pass, had his hands on'° several
others, and made some key tackles,
including one on Lewis when he
mfight have gotten away for con-
siderable yardage. O'Donnell and
tackle Tom Keating, as well as
ends Jim Conley and Bill Laskey
also spent much of the afternoon
in the Spartan backfield.
That the game was a defensive
one is reflected in the final sta-
tistics. The Wolverines gained just
114 yards rushing and passing,
while the Spartans came up with
192. Michigan was completely out-
gained on the ground, 128 yards
to 36 (36 yards in 34 tries!), but
had an edge in the air lanes, 78
The only two significant Michi-
gan ground-gainers were Anthony
with 24 yards and Rindfuss with
22. Chandler lost a total of 22
yards on intended pass plays, but
this hardly makes Michigan's
ground game look any better.
The Wolverines' .708 pass com-
pletion percentage collapsed this
week, with just seven of 22 aerials
being gathered in, and three in-
tercepted. Henderson caught four
of these for 38 yards. Meanwhile,
MSU was only a little better, con-
necting on six of 15, three to the
Drawn and Quartered
First Downs 10 12
Rushing 4 6
Passing 5 4
Penalty 1 2
Total No. of Rushes 34 47
Net Yards-Rushing 36 128
Passing 78 64
Forward Passes Att. 22
Completed 7 6
Intercepted by 1 3
Yds. Interceptions Ret. 16
Total Plays 58 6
Punts, Number 8 7
Average Distance 38 43
Kickoffs, returned by 0 2
Yards Kicks Returned 80 47
Punts 80 8
Kickoffs 0 39
Fumbles, Number 2 1
Ball lost by 0 1
Penalties, Number 4 4j
Yards penalized 37 35
the first time in his five years at
The tie, in fact, was the only
time since 1955 that Michigan
has not lost to Michigan State,
save for a 12-12 draw in 1958.
Elliott did concede, "It's a
pleasure not to lose," but he was
much more inclined to talk about
the way the Wolverines played
than the results they got.
Stop Lopes, Lewis
Michigan played one of its best
defensive games in years, keying,
on Spartan fullback Roger Lo-
pes, who gained only 29 yards, and
halfback Sherman Lewis, who
made only 46.
The Spartans' biggest ground-
gainer w a s reserve halfback
Harry Ammon (53 yards). He and
Dick Gordon were filling in for
ailing Dewey Lincoln and Ron
Rubick, who made only token ap-
pearances in the game, as did end
Ammon was one of State's two.
casualties. He and defensive back
Don Japinga both suffered con-
cussions in the first half.
Japinga was carried off the field
on a stretcher and immediately
taken to the Emergency Room at
University Hospital. X-rays were
taken and they proved to be neg-
ative. He left the hospital with
his parents last night who had
come to Ann Arbor to see the tra-
Elliott had special praise for
the defensive work of sophomore
center Tom Cecchini and jumor
ends Jim Conley and Bill Laskey.
Cecchini intercepted one of
Steve Juday's passes in the sec-
ond quarter and then made two
game-saving tackles on Sherman
Lewis in the second half.
Both plays came on passes to
the 152-pound scatback and both
could have gone for touchdowns
if not for Cecchini, who tackled
Lewis from behind after a 20-yard
gain in the third period and then
barely tripped him up on a swing
pass late in the fourth period.
"Cecchini played a great game,"
Elliott said. "Not a good one, but
a great one."
Just as Cecchini helped plug up
the middle, Conley and Laskey
turned in most of MSU's attempt-
ed end sweeps. Ammon was able
to make 20 yards around left end
in the second quarter, but that was
Offensively, t h e Wolverines
looked bad statistically, gaining
only 36 yards in 34 rushes and 78
yards in 22 pass attempts. Most
of Michigan's passing game, how-
ever, was directed toward the
Bob Chandler went all the way,
at quarterback, except for a brief
span at the end of the first half
when he was shaken up after
running for a five-yard gain.
Chandler did connect on a 15-
yard touchdown pass to junior
end John Henderson, who caught
four passes for 38 yards despite
some good defensive work by
MSU's backs. Chandler just miss-
ed on a number of long ones, in-
cluding one through Laskey's fin-
gertips at midfield,
Daugherty declined to down-
grade Michigan's running attack,
despite the fact that fullback Mel
Anthony, with 24 yards in eight
carries, was the Wolverines' top
Elliott unveiled one new gim-
mick which the team had been
triying out in closed practices
earlier in the week. Halfback Jack
Clancy attempted two rollout
passes but was unable to get the
ball away either time.
Daugherty said his team had
not really bee* looking for the
play but knew that Clancy had
been a quarterback until this year.
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STOP HIM-Roger Lopes (45), bruising Michigan State full-
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unidentified Wolverine strain to pull him down. Lopes was held
considerably below his rushing average for the game.
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By BILL BULLARD
The Michigan women's field
hockey and swimming teams were
victorious against Michigan State
yesterday morning at Palmer Field
and the Women's Pool.
In field hockey, two second half
goals gave the Wolverines a 3-1
win. Michigan's swimmers won
five of the eight individual events
and split the two relays for a 55-41
Michigan drew first blood in
the hockey contest when Brenda
Bolay poked in her own rebound
from the left side of the net in
the early minutes. Michigan
State's Nancy Stoney tied it up
two minutes later.
Go Two Up
In the second half, the Wolver-
ines scored twice as goalie Max
Loomis blanked the Spartans.
Marilyn Brown scored the winning
goal in the middle of the half.
Five minutes later, Marjie Bloom
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Wolverine Cordie Thompson and
Spartan Chris Kluter each won
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Miss Kluter made the most spec-
tacular performance in the meet.
Her time of 26.6 in the 50-yd.
freestyle was a new national col-
Miss Thompson Was first in the
50-yd. butterfly and the 100-yd.
individual medley. She was backed
up by a second from Liz Morrison.
in the first race and a third by'
Sperry Jones in the second event.
Pam Swart, Michigan's only re-
turning national collegiate record-
holder this season, was first in
the 200-yd. freestyle and second
at 100 yards. Ellen Weiland was
another Wolverine winner. She
was first in the 50-yd breast-
stroke with Mona Di-Fillippo
Michigan's June Mori won the
diving event with Karen Ryan
third. Jan Snavely took a second
'and a third.
Montreal 6, New York 2
Toronto 5, Boston 1
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