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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1963

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Timberlake's
'M' Line Contains Myers;
Elliott Lauds Team Effort

Passing Crushes

Northwestern, 27-6

Homecoming Crowd Views 'M's First Big Ten Victory;
Henderson Scores Twice; Clancy, Conley Score Others

(Continued from Page 1)
frustration that inspired them, the
Wolverines played their best game
of the year. A quietly satisfied
head Coach Bump Elliott summed
it up by saying, "They just hit
and blocked the way they should.
It was the best team effort of the
season."
Although Michigan did score
four touchdowns, the big story was
the Blue defense. The combina-
tion of hard rushing and a tena-
cious secondary held the Wildcats
to just one touchdown, duplicat-
ing Michigan State's effort of a
week ago for the best confinement
of Northwestern this year.
OTHER SPORTS-See Page 5
The Wolverines didn't exactly
stop the vaunted Tommy Myers
cold, but they did a good enough
job of defensing him that Wildcat
Coach Ara Parseghian had to go
to the ground most of the time.
Myers threw for 127 yards via the
airwaves, but it took soph quarter-
back Dave Milam to pilot the
team to their consolation TD.
Although the whole Michigan
line starred defensively, Captain
Joe O'Donnell was especially imll-
pressive, gathering in two NU
fumbles. Tackle Tom Keating and
ends Jim Conley and Bill Laskey
spent most of the afternoon in
the Wildcats' backfield, often con-
verging on Myers for sizable losses.
Laskey was consistently adept
In keying on Northwestern's re-
ceivers, and just as often blanket-
ed one of them 'as he harrassed
therfrustrated Wildcat signal-
caller.
Elliott also praised the second
line: "This was the best support
they've given the first string all
year. With their constant hard
rush, we could keep the pressure
on all game. We had to keep them
off balance, and we did."
Pro Scores
NHL
Chicago 2, Toronto 0
Montreal 5, Detroit 1
NBA
Boston 117, Detroit 109
New York 123, Baltimore 105
San Diego 53, New York 7
New Yor

Guards Dick Ries and John
Marcum were the spearheads of
the success of the second unit, and
enabled the Wolverines to preserve
the shutout until only six seconds
were left in the contest.
But whereas the line has been
ood all year, the secondary de-
fense shone for the first time yes-
terday. Halfbacks Dick Rindfuss
and John Rowser twice broke up
important pass plays just when it
looked as though the Wildcats
would go into score.
In the interception department,
all the glory wen to Michigan's
ends. Conley picked off a Myers
aerial early in the second half, but
all the Wolverines could do was
wiss a field goal try by Bob Tim-
berlake.
However, three plays later, John
Henderson plucked another pass
and danced 23 yards into the end
zone.
Naturally Happy
Henderson was naturally happy
but asserted, "It was all an ac-
cident. I wasn't supposed to be
in on defense, but somehow the
substitution rule kept me in
there." Henderson followed that
feat up by taking a 24-yard TD
pass from quarterback Bob Tim-
berlake later in the quarter.
Conley also caught a scoring
pass from Timberlake, which
prompted Elliott to say, "I wish
he'd done that last week." The
junior end had his hands on a
pass in Minnesota's end zone a
week ago, but at that time he
just couldn't hold on to it.
Steady Wind
There was a steady 15 to 25
mile per hour wind throughout the
game, and Michigan had it at
their backs for three out of four
of their scores. Elliott thought
that it played a great part in his
team's third quarter success es-
pecially, but Parseghian said, "The
wind was the same for Myers as
for Timberlake. We don't have
any excuses there."
Instead, the Wildcat mentor as-
serted that Myers just had a bad
day. "Even Sandy Koufax gets
knocked out of the box some-
times," he remarked in a some-
what hopeful analogy.
Played Little
Jack Cvercko, the Wildcats' ail-
ing All-American candidate play-
ed a little in the first half, but
reinjured his knee and left the
game. Parseghian doesn't look for
too much action from him for the
rest of the season.
Michigan escaped with virtually
nothing in the casualty depart-
ment. Rindfuss suffered a bruised;
elbow, and fullback Barry Dehlin
was shaken up a bit, but neither
injury is considered serious.

(Continued from Page 1)

now boast a 1-2-1 Big Ten record
and a 2-3-1 overall mark.
Pick Wind
Northwestern won the opening
toss but elected to kick taking ad-
vantage of a 15-25 mile-an-hour
tailwind. Myers drove the Wild-
cats 41 yards in 11 plays the sec-
ond time the Wildcats got hold of
the ball, but the drive was halted
on the Michigan 26.
The Wildcats put together an-
other drive at the end of the first
quarter but again failed to score
after penetrating to the Michigan
18. But this was to be Northwest-
ern's high water mark until the
final seconds of the game.
Midway in the second quarter
Timberlake drove the Wolverines
74 yards in eight plays for Mich-
igan's first score in two weeks.
The big play was a 33-yard toss
to halfback Jack Clancy who
weaved his way past three North-
western tacklers into the end zone.
Timberlake kicked his first of
three conversions, making the
score 7-0.
Pussy Cats
MICHIGAN N'WEST.
First Downs 16 15
Rushing 6 7
Passing 10 8
Penalty 0 0
Total No. of Rushes 41 w,45
Net Yards-Rushing 29 47
Passing 196 170
Forward Passes Att. 20 25
Completed - 12 15
Intercepted by 2 1
Yds. interceptions ret. 61 0
Total Plays (Rushes and
Passesm61 70
Punts, Number 7 7
Average distance 38 35
Kickoffs, returned by 1 3
Yards Kicks Returned 61 84
Punts 28 14
Kickoffs 33 70
Fumbles, Number 2 2
Ball lost by 0 2
Penalties, Number 8 4
Yards penalized 70 20
MICHIGAN 0 7 14 6-27
NORTHWESTERN 0 0 0 6- 6

At the start of the second half,:
end Jim Conley intercepted a My-
ers pass and returned 38 yards to
the Northwestern 20.
The break failed to materialize
for the Wolverines as three of
Timberlake's passes went out of
the hands of Michigan's receivers.
A field goal from the 30 yard line
attempted by Timberlake was wide
to the right.
Michigan didn't have to wait
long for its next break. On North-
western's third play from scrim-
mage, Henderson picked off a My-
ers pass and ran it back all the
way. It was sort of poetic justice
for the Michigan end who earlier
dropped two Timberlake passes.
Recover Fumble
Northwestern halfback Willie
Stinson's fumble on the 50 yard
line was recovered by Michigan,
Captain Joe O'Donnell.
It was another Northwestern
fumble and O'Donnell recovery
that set up Michigan's final tally.
Tackle Tom Keating stopped My-
ers for a six yard loss and with a
jarring tackle forced the quarter-
back to fumble on his own 201
yard line.'
However, the Wolverines could
not get started in this drive. In
three plays Michigan lost 13 yards
to the Northwestern 33. The big
blow was a 15-yard personal foul
penalty against the Blue.
Key to Success
Coach Bump Elliott then put in
his two starting ends, Jim Con-
ley and Bill Laskey, and it proved
to be the key to success.
With third down and 23 yards
to go, Timberlake hit Conley at
the Northwestern 12, and the
Michigan end went all the way.
The conversion attempt failed:
when a bad pass from center forc-
ed Timberlake to throw and it was
incomplete.
Northwestern finally scored on
a 73-yard drive taking 11 plays.
An attempt for a two-point con-
version ended in an incompleted
pass and the game ended 27-6.

Naturally the disappointment of which continually caught Myers
the game for the Wildcats was behind the line of scrimmage. El-
the failure of Myers. Coach Ara liott also praised his defensive
Parseghian had no excuses for backs John Rowser and Dick
his quarterback's inability to get Rindfuss.
started. Henderson by virtue of his two
Michigan Coach Bump Elliott. touchdowns yesterday is far in
who was carried off the field was front in Michigan's scoring race.
quite pleased with the win. He The junior end has now scored
praised the hard rushing line five touchdowns for 30 points.
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MYERS GETS CRUNCHED-Northwestern quarterback Tom
Myers (18) gets thrown for a loss by Michigan tackle Tom
Keating (79) and guard Joe O'Donnell (69). Myers was con-
tinually harassed by Michigan's line and lost a net 44 yards
for the game.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL:
Texas, Ole Miss Win;
Staubach Sets Mark

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By The Associated Press
DALLAS -The toe of shoeless
Tony Crosby won foryTexasthe
third week in a row yesterday as
his extra points and 34-yard field
goal proved the difference in a
17-12 victory over Southern Meth-
odist that kept the nation's No. 1
team undefeated a n d untied
through seven games.
Tommy Ford, t h e blasting
Texas runner, got the Longhorns
off to a touchdown the first time
they had the ball-the sixth time
this season they have done that.
Ford gained 75 yards of a 78-
yard drive, a 50-yard dash get-
ting it moving and an 18-yard run
setting up the score on the one.
* * *
Tigers Bombed
BATON ROUGE, La. - Missis-
sippi unleashed a devasting run-
ning game spearheaded by full-
back Fred Roberts and ex-full-
back Perry Lee Dunn to over-
whelm Louisiana State, 37-3. yes-

SOUTH BEND, Ind.-Quarter-
back Roger Staubach set a Navy
season total offense record and,
with an Irishman named Pat Don-
nelly, led the Middies to their
biggest football tally over Notre
Dame yesterday; 35-14.
When the superb Staubach hit
fullback Donnelly with a 30-yard
pass in the third period, he broke
the Navy total offense mark of
1,348 yards set by George Welsh
in 1955.
Four plays later, Staubach shot
an eight-yard scoring pass to Don-
nelly, breaking a 7-7 deadlock
and igniting a 21-point third per-
iod rally.
The biggest previous Navy score
in 37 meetings with the Irish was
a 33-7 victory in 1956.
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BARRY NELSON "DIANE McBAN" MICHAEL REN"E
A MERYYN LEROY

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FRI. AND SAT.

terday.
It was Ole Miss' most
victory over the Bayou
since 1917 'when they
LSU 52-7.

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The third-ranked Rebels also
showed why they are the nation's
top defensive team. A blocked
punt and a fumble recovery set
up the first two Ole Miss touch-
downs.

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GRID PICKS
MICHIGAN 27, Northwestern 6 !
Ohio State 7, Iowa 3j
Michigan State 30, Wisconsin 13
Illinois 41, Purdue 21
Indiana 24, Minnesota 6
Navy 35, Notre Dame 14
Penn State 17, Maryland 15
Pittsburgh 35, Syracuse 27I
Army 14, Air Force 103
Georgia Tech 30, Duke 6
Alabama 20, Mississippi State 19
Mississippi 37, Louisiana State 3
Miami (Fla) 20, Kentucky 14
Nebraska 13, Missouri 12
Baylor 32, Texas Christian 13
Texas 17, Southern Methodist 12
Rice 17, Texas Tech 3
Oregon State 10, Stanford 7
Auburn 19, Florida 0
Rutgers 21, Boston University 6
OTHER SCORES
Yale 10, Dartmouth 6
Cornell 18, Columbia 17
Princeton 34, Brown 13
Boston College 19, Vanderbilt 6
Villanova 22, Holy Cross 14
Pennsylvania 7, Harvard 2
North Carolina 28, Georgia 7
Cincinnati 35, Dayton 8
Kansas 34, Kansas State 0
Iowa State 33, Oklahoma State 28
Oklahoma 35, Colorado 0
Virginia Military 26, Wm. & Mary 6
Memphis State 25, Louisville 0
Tulane 20, South Carolina 7
West Virginia 20, Geo. Washington 16
Florida State 49, Furman 6
Virginia Tech 14, Richmond 13
Clemson 36, Wake Forest 0
Arkansas 21, Texas A & M 7
Arizona 15, Wyoming 7
Washington State 14, Idaho 10
Washington 22, Southern California 7
San Jose State 13, Oregon 7

Anthony
Clancy
Rindfuss
Timberlake
Dehlin
Rowser
Sparkman
Schick
Reid
Evashevski
Totals
Myers
Stinson
Swingle
Wahl
Murphy
Hampton
Abraham
Milam
Prof fitt
Totals
Timberlake
Myers
Milamn
Totals
PA
Rindfuss
Henderson
Kirby
Clancy
Sparkman
Conley
Totals
Stinson
Logan
Murphy
Burman
Swingle
Buckner
Rector
Clark
Cyraneski
Proffitt
Totals
O'Donnell
Prichard
Totals
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RUSHING
Michigan
Tries
3
2
4
17
2
1
4
J
1
2
41
Northwestern
Tries
9
10
9
2
3
1
2
6
3
45

Net
8
6
19
-26
-1
3
15
17
10
-3
39
Net
-44
9
33
-2
21
2
1
12
14
47

PASSING
Michigan
Att. Comp. Yds.
20 12 196
Northwestern
Att. Comp. Yds.
20 11 127
5 4 43
25 15 170
SS RECEIVING
Michigan
No. Yds. Avg.
2 13 6.5
4 63 15.7
3 44 14.7
1 33 33.0
1 10 10.0
1 33 33.0
12 196 16.3

Avg.
2.7
3.9
2.5
-1.5
-.5
3.0
3.7
3.4
10.0
-1.5
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Avg.
-4.9
.9
3.7
-1.0
7.0
2.0
1.0
2.0
4.7
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Yds. Avg.
25 12.5
51 17.0
17 6.2
22 11.0
1 1.0
11 11.0
15 15.0
7 7.9
17 17.0
4 4.0
107 7.1
Yds. Avg.
224 37
41 41
265 38
Yds. Avg.
248 35

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