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sDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY_
Jnpredictable Offense Falters in Gopher LosslI [Gcol 11

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By GARY WINER
"We did just about everything
except get the ball across the goal
line," Coach Bump . Elliott re-
marked in referring to Michigan's
6-0 loss to Minnesota last Satur-
day.
Defense proved to be the differ-
ence for the fourth year in' a row,
as the Gophers refused to give
ground when their end zone was

threatened by a Wolverine thrust.
Two times Michigan drove to the
Gopher seven yard line, but was
unable to crack over.
% The first sustained drive occur-
red in the first quarter, the very
first time Michigan got its hands
on the, ball. Michigan recovered a
Gopher fumble at midfield, march-
ed down to the seven, and watched
as quarterback Bob Timberlake's

field goal attempt strayed wide of
the mark. This was Timberlake's
second three-point attempt this
year and he has missed both. His
first try was during the Michigan
State encounter.
Costly Fumble
Michigan took the second half
kickoff and went right down to
the seven of Minnesota, once
again. On a fourth down play,

Timberlake was unable to crack
the Gopher forward wall. Elliott
commented on that play, "That
certainly was an important play
from our standpoint. It appeared
as though Bob started to lose the
ball just as he hit the line and he
sort of leaned back to grab it. By
that time he had lost most of has
forward momentum." Timberlake
did fumble on that play, but it
made no difference as four downs
had been exhausted.
Timberlake passed for 90 yards,
completing eight of 14 tosses. "Our
passing game was hurt somewhat
by the strong onrushing Minne-
sota line," Elliott remarked. "But
what was hurt especially was our
rollout option pattern. Timberlake,
being a righthanded thrower, has
to rollout to his right, and that
meant going to the side of Minne-
sota's big tackle, Carl Eller. Eller
caught him a few times before, he
even had a chance to do any-
thing," Elliott emphasized.
Wrong Receiver
In the fourth period with Mich-
igan trailing 6-0, the Wolverines
found themselves with a fourth
down and 11 situation at the Min-
nesota 28. Timberlake hit end
John Henderson, but the officials
ruled that Henderson was downed
just inches short of the necessary
first down. Elliott smiled slightly
as he related that play. "The pass
really wasn't even intended for
Henderson. It was supposed to go
to our right halfback Dick Rind-
fuss, but Timberlake overshot him
and Henderson just happened to
be circling behind him at the
time.
Biggest Problem
"Our biggestsproblem so far this
season," Elliott continued, "is that
we haven't really been able to put
together at the same time our
passing and running games. One
seems to jell and then the. other
gives out."
Junior Brian Patchen filled in
at center again for the injured

Tom Cecchini and Elliott was
"very satisfied" with his perform-
ance. Patchen came out of the
game for a while with a slight in-
jury and Jim Green took his spot.
Elliott remarked that he was also
pleased with Green's playing.
A final note on the Minnesota
game centered around halfback
John Clancy who made minus four
yards in only two carries the
whole day. "Jack just had one of
those days," Elliott stated. "The
big problem about that though
was that he was running in the
direction of Eller."
Elliott was pleased with the
team's play even though they lost
the game. "I think the team play-
ed its heart out last Saturday.

HOLD ON THERE-Michigan quarterback Bob Timberlake evades Gopher Bob Bruggers during the
Wolverines 6-0 loss last Saturday. Timberlake completed eight passes in 14 attempts for 90 yards
during the game, but he was unable to hit for the "bomb." The Minnesota line led by Carl Eller
hindered Timberlake most of the day, especially on his rollouts.
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Pro Standings
NFL
EASTERN DIVISION

Cleveland
New York
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Washington
Dallas

W L T Pct. PF PA
6 1 0 .857 211 131
5 2 0 .714 192)149
5 2 0 .714 180.128
4 2 1 .667 186 138
2 4 1 .333.134 184
2 5 0 .286 144 188
1 6 0 .143 128 186

WESTERN DIVISION

Green Bay
Chicago
Baltimore
Detroit
Minnesota
Los Angeles
San Francisco

6
6
4
2
2
'I

1
1
3
4
5
5
6

0
0
0
0
0
0.
0

.857 208 125
.857 117 75
.571 136 150
.429 143 125
.286 152 210
.286 101 170
.143 94 226

Flatley, Mackey Leaders
In NFL Rookie List
NEW YORK ()-It is halftime
in the National Football League Cleveland found a spot at safe-
season, time to start looking over ty for Larry Benz of Northwest-
the candidates for rookie-of-the- ern and uses Jim Kanicki as a
year. John Mackey of Baltimore swing man on the defensive 'line.
and Paul Flatley of Minnesota Tom Hutchinson, Kentucky's fine
appear to be getting most atten- end, sees occasional use.
tion. Pat Richter, Wisconsin's All-
Mackey,'asked to take over the America end, moved to a new po-
tough job of tight end with the sition, right end at Washington
Colts after dividing his time be- where he had to learn new block-
tween end and the backfield last ing assignments. He has handled
year at Syracuse, has been doing the punting for the Skins. Defen-
a remarkable job for Coach Don sive back Lonnie Sanders of Mich-
Shula igan State and tackle Ron Sni-
Flatley Among Leaders dow of Oregon see action with
Flatley, a split end with the Washington.
Vikings, has been among the lead- Goodwin Injured
ers in pass receptions all season. Ronnie Goodwin of Baylor took
'Including Sunday's game with over the regular split end job fo
Detroit he was nabbed 30 for 372 Phiadelphia in pre-season game
yards. but was injured and missed sev-
Minnesota, St. Louis and Balti- eral regular season games. He has
more have a number of top candi- been working into the attack in
dates for the honor won last year recent weeks. Dave Graham ol
by Ronnie Bull of the Chicago Virginia is a regular tackle on
Bears. offense and Mike Clark of Texas
In addition to Flatley, a top pass A&M does the place kicking
catcher at Northwestern, the Vik- Jerry Mazzanti of Arkansas won
ings have flanker back Ray Poage a job as defensive end but was
from Texas, another good receiv- lost for the year due to injuries.
er. Don Hultz, signed as a free Larry Ferguson, Iowa halfback
agent out of Southern Mississippi, did fine work for Detroit as a
has recovered fumbles in four kickoff and punt return man un-
straight games at defensive end. til he suffered a knee injury
Vikings Have VanderKelen Daryl Sanders of Ohio State is a
Fred Cox, ex-Pitt back who regular tackle on offense for the
didn't make it last year and thus Lions and Jim Simon of Miami
is officially a rookie, handles Mi- Fla., and Ernie Clark of Michigan
nesota's punting, field goals and State have seen more action than
conversions. The Vikings also have expected because of injuries or
Ron VanderKelen, the Wisconsin the Lions' defensive unit.
quarterback who sees limited ser- There may not be a Mike Dilka
vice behind Fran Tarkenton. or a Ronnie Bull in the lot but
Baltimore's contingent includes the crop is worthy of comparison
Mackey and Willie Richardson of with the best in recent years.
Jackson State at flanker, Bob Southern California's Ben Wil-
Vogel of Ohio State, a regular son has moved into the fullback
offensive tackle and Fred Miller spot with the Los Angeles Rams
of LSU, a starting defensive where Don Chuy of Clemson is one
tckle. Gary Cuozzo, Virginia quar- of Harland Svares "messenger
terback, showed enough to become guards." Terry Baker, Heismar
No. 2 behind Johnny Unitas and Trophy winner from Oregon State
the Colts let Lamar McHan go sees little action.
to San Francisco. Handyman
Jerry Logan of West Texas State
has been useful.
Three Regular Rookies
The St. Louis group is headed
by three regulars on defense-
end Don Brumm of Purdue, line-
backer Larry 'Stallings of Georgia Student & Faculty
Tech and defensive back Jerry LIGHT HEAQIIADT"D
Stovall of LSU who also handles FIH IIL5UAUMI ILg
the punting. Jackie Smith of
Northwest Louisiana moved into Nexpetnfli stuction
tight end when Taz Anderson was " Safety-inspected planes
injured and running backs Bob " Economy with efficiency
Paremore of Florida A&M and ! Comfortable lounge
Thunder Thornton of Nebraska 0 Pleasant atmosphere
have helped Wally Lemn. So has 0*"Snack Patio"
tackle Bob Reynolds of Bowling " Ground School, YM-YWCA
Green. -CALL US NOW-
Lionel Aldridge of Utah State
Ask for Dn Nelson,
moved into the Green Bay start- Don Carter, or Mary Ann
ing line-up, replacing Bill Quin-
lan at right end of defense and
Mary Fleming of Utah took over L
Sunday when right end Ron
Kramer was injured. AVIATION. INC.
'Bama Back Active(uncpal Airport NO3-932
Lee Roy Jordan of Alabama
won himself a regular lineback-
ing job with the Dallas Cowboys
who have not used Sonny Gibbs,
the towering TCU quarterback.
SPECIAL
CAMPUS
RATES Ic

SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 16, Philadelphia 7
Pittsburgh 27, Dallas 21
Green Bay 34, Baltimore 20
Detroit 28, Minnesota 10
New York 33, Cleveland 6
St. Louis 21, Washington 7
Los Angeles 28, San Francisco 21

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