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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY,(

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By GARY WINER
3ophomore center Tom Ceechini
ut for the year.
chat was the latest word from
iversity Hospital yesterday,
ere the United Press Interna-
:al Lineman of the Week was
rated on for torn ligaments in
knee. Coach Bump Elliott an-
mced that junior Brian Patchen
uld replace Cecchini on both the
ensive and defensive units.
Decchini was helped from the
ne early in the first quarter
.h Michigan in possession of the
1. On the next play from scrim-
,ge with fourth and inches to
for the first down, the Wol-
ines fumbled the ball and Pur-
e recovered it. The Boilermakers
nt on to score.
Michigan's pass defense will suf-
a set back in the loss of Cec-
ni, who had intercepted three
sses, one each in Michigan's first
'ee contests.
Timberlake Starting
Dn the brighter side though, it
ne as no surprise to anyone
en Elliott announced yesterday
t "in all probability" he would
rt junior Bob Timberlake at
arterback against Minnesota
s Saturday at Minneapolis.
Jntil last week's game, Timber-
e had--engineered only one 4se-
s of plays for the Wolverines
s year. He apparently had won
starting signal caller's job dur-
fall practice, but a shoulder
ury prior to the opener with
uthern Methodist sidelined him
til his last minute appearance
the 23-12 loss to the Boiler-
,kers.
Bob Chandler had started at

quarterback against Purdue, but
was quickly replaced by Frosty
Evashevski until the final minutes
of the contest. With Michigan
trailing 23-0 and many fans al-
ready leaving the stadium, Elliott
called for Timberlake, who pro-
ceeded to spark the team to two
quick touchdowns.
"We hadn't really planned on
bringing in Timberlake," Elliott
commented. "We didn't know how
ready he was, but we felt that the
circumstances warranted bringing
him in. We had to give him a try
sooner or later, anyhow."
With his two predecessors only
completing four of ten pass at-

tempts for 44 yards, Timnberlake
came close to even outshining
Purdue's Ron DiGravio by throw-
ing the pigskin 16 times and con-
necting on ten for 133 yards. Di-
Gravio had about the same per-
centage, completing 14 of 25 for
198 yards.
On Michigan's first touchdown
drive, Timberlake continued to run
the out-of-bounds pass pattern to
ends John Henderson and Craig
Kirby. Fullback Mel Anthony ran
the ball to the Purdue 8, and five
plays later Timberlake dove into
the end zone for the tally. The
conversion pass attempt to Jack
Clancy failed.
it was obvious that the ensu-
ing kickoff warranted an on-side
kick and Timberlake did not dis-
appoint the crowd nor the Boiler-
makers. The ball seemed to be too
hot to handle for one of the Purdue
linemen, and Michigan's end Jim
Conley wound up with the ball.
In two plays, Michigan scored
again. A 28-yard pass to end Bill'
Laskey, who bobbled it twice before
finally clutching the ball, and a
14-yard jaunt by Timberlake gave
the Maize and Blue six more
points on the scoreboard. The try
for the two point conversion failed
again.
Better in the End?
In its last three games, Michigan
has scored three touchdowns and
driven close for another in the
fourth quarter of the contests-
one against Navy, two against Pur-
due, and a close one against Mich-
igan State.
Elliott remarked, "I really don't
know why the team seems to look
better towards the end of the
games. The quarterbacks can't be
blamed for being too conservative
in the beginning and not calling
certain pass patterns which are
run more frequently at the end.
The signal callers run the plays
they feel will work under the cir-
cumstances."
Purdue scored two quick touch-
downs in the first quarter, both
direct results from recovering
Michigan fumbles. "Those two. bad
breaks really hurt us," Elliott con-
tinued. "It certainly would have
been'a different ball game if we
hadn't found ourselves down by
14 points in the first quarter," he
concluded.
Texas Leads
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FORMER GLORY-Sophomore center and linebacker Tom Cec-
chini (53) intercepts a Roger Staubach pass in the Navy game,
one of three he made while he could play. Cecchini was felled in
the Purdue game with a torn knee ligament and is out for the
season.
BROKEN HAND:
Green Bay Loses Starr

BOB TIMBERLAKE
. .. late arrival

GRID SELECTIONS
With the rash of upsets in recent weeks we at The Daily deem it
ur responsibility to give away the real secret of picking football games
orrectly.
Be LUCKY.,
The luckiest football chooser last week was Bill Serdahely of
lichigan House in West Quad with 14 correct. As "Soothsayer of the
Veek" he wins two tickets to the Michigan Theatre where "20,000
eagues Under the Sea" is currently showing.
Another battery of tricky games has been compiled to test your luck.
'hey look innocent enough on the outside so there is no need to ponder
iem. Just abandon scientific method, rub that rabbit's foot and guess.
To enter come over to the Student Publications Building, 420
[aynard Street and grab an entry sheet. Circle the winners and turn
in by Friday, October 25, 9 o'clock.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Michigan at Minn. (SCORE) 11. Louisiana State at Florida
2. Illinois at UCLA (Fri. N) 12. Mississippi St. at Memphis St.
3. Mich. State at Northwestern 13. Missouri at Iowa State
4. Ohio State at Wisconsin 14. Rice at Texas (N)
5. Iowa at Purdue 15. Washington at Oregon
6. Cincinnati at Indiana 16. Boston College at Air Force
7. Pittsburgh at Navy 17. Notre Dame at Stanford
8. Oregon State at Syracuse 18. Texas Tech at So. Methodist
9. Rutgers at Penn 19. Baylor at Texas A&M
10. Duke at North Carolina State 20. Wyoming at Utah
CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
Monday, October 28
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT OFFICE
ENGINEERS
* Mechanical
" Chemical
SCIENTISTS
* Physicists
* Chemists
9 Materials
ALL DEGREE LEVELS

GREEN BAY, Wis. (P)-Greene
Bay's hopes for an unprecedented
third straight National Football
League title were dealt a severe

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Pro Standings
NFL
EASTERN DIVISION

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Cleveland
New York
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Washington
Dallas

W L
6 0
4 2
42
3 2
2 3
2 4
1 5

T
0
0
0
1
0
0

Pct. PF
1.000 205
.666 1591
.666 1q9
.600 159
.400 127?
.333 137
.167 107

PA
98
143
121
117
168
167
171.
68
85
116
116
182
198
149

lop len rol
By The Associated Press
Texas is rated first in this
week's AP poll with three Big Ten
teams listed among the ten elite.
Wisconsin was a strong second, re-
surgent Illinois popped up to
fourth place, and Northwestern
punctured the top ten again to
take ninth. Auburn was the only
newcomer taking over eighth from

WESTERN DIVISION
Chicago 5 1 0 .833 151
Green Bay 5 1 0 .833 173
Baltimore 3 3 0 .500 116
Detroit 2_ 4 0 .333 115
Minnesota 2 4 0 .333 142
Los Angeles 1 5 0 .167 73
San Francisco 1 5 0 .167 74
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
New York 37, Dallas 21
Baltimore 25, Detroit 21
Cleveland 37, Philadelphia 7
Green Bay 30, St. Louis 7
Los Angeles 27, Minnesota 24
Pittsburgh 38, washington 27
San Francisco 20, Chicago 14
AFL
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. PF
Boston 4 3 0 .571 165
Houston 4 3 0 .571 149
New York 3 3 0 .500 125
Buffalo 2 4 1 .333 135
WESTERN DIVISION
San Diego 5 1 0 .833 151
Oakland 3 4 0 .429 143:
Kansas City 2 3 1 .400 161
Denver 2 4 0 .333 130
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Oakland 49, New York 26
Houston 28, Buffalo 14
San Diego 38, Kansas City 17

blow yesterday when X-rays dis-
closed that quarterback Bart Starr
suffered a fractured right hand
in the St. Louis Cardinals game
Sunday.
Coach Vince Lombardi said
Starr suffered a "hairline frac-
ture" in the hand and will be lost FORinefniCOM PLETEind omen
indefinitely. He declined comment
on a report that Starr will be side-
lined for possibly six weeks.Sr h s N s
Starr, who was the NFL's top
passer last season, was injured
when he was tackled and bounced
out of bounds by the Cards' Jimmy
Hill after a 15-yard run in the*FAMILY LAUNDRY SERV E
third period at St. Louis. A fist-
was ejected. John Roach took over
Hill said after the Packers' 30-7 * BACHELOR LAUNDRY SERVICE
victory that Starr had kicked him
while both were on the ground. He
said he apologized to Starr before or just
leaving the game.
"It happened so fast, I don't
know what happened," the 29-
year-old Starr said.
Lombardi declined comment on
future plans, but it appeared that
the 30-year-old Roach would take
charge in Starr's absence.
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-Class of 1965 corner
(master barber) E. Liberty St.
invites you to & Fifth Ave
U-M Barbers NO23123
N. University near Kresge's
-and Use Our Convenient Drive-In Service
DOMENIC DASCOLA,
Lit '36
invites you to try the
Dascola Barbers:
opposite Jacobson's

Georgia Tech.
Team W
1. Texas 5
2. Wisconsin 4
3. Pittsburgh 4
4. Illinois 3
5. Mississippi 3
6. Alabama 4
7. Oklahoma 3
8. Auburn 5
9. Northwestern 4
10. Navy 4

PA
125
148
159
161
120
118
138
196

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L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
x

T Pts.
0 527
0 470
0 383
1 264
1 249
0 215
0 210
0 177
0 141
0 96
listed al-
Army,

NHL

Standings

1

Others receiving votes,
phabetically: Arkansas,

IV L T Pts. GF GA

Duke, Florida, Georgia Tech, Lou-
isiana State, Michigan State, Mis-
sissippi State, Missouri, Notre
Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, Prince-
ton, Rice, Southern California,
Syracuse.

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Chicago
Toronto
Detroit
Montreal
New York
Boston

4
3
3
2
2
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1
2
2
2
2
5

0
0
0
1
0

8
6
6
5
4
1

20
15
12
17
11
8

13
11
10
15
10
24

NBA Standings

WESTERN DIVISION
Wv L
San Francisco 1 0
Detroit 1 1
St. Louis 1 1
Baltimore 1 2
Los Angeles 0 1
EASTERN DIVISION
W L
Boston 2 0
Cincinnati 2 1
Philadelphia 1 1
New York 0 2

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