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,Y, NOVEMBER 10, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Illini Bowl Hopes Dim Under ine

Team Effort'

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Teamp Capitalizes on Oppositon Errors,
Anthony Hurtles Over forSecond Tally
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plays, the Wolverines had a fourth
down and one at the two.
From there, quarterback Bob
Timberlake plunged a yard, and
a measurement showed that the
Wolverines had a first down at
the one. Anthony scored easily
over left guard on the next play.
Third Down Abilities
Michigan's first touchdown
came just after the start of the
second quarter and gave the Wol-
verines a 7-0 lead at half time.
The drive began on the Michi-
gan forty-four when halfback
Jack Clancy received a Taliaferro
punt, and was sustained largely
by the Wolverines ability to come
through in third down situations.
Timberlake mixed up the plays
well, sometimes handing the ball
off, sometimes passing, and some-
times running it himself.
State Harriers
Expect Victory
By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI
Michigan may have the 1963
individual cross-country champion
but they can't possibly win the
team championship in the Big
Ten Cross-Country Meet at the
University of Illinois tomorrow at
11 a.m.
Michigan can't win the team
title because Coach Dave Martin
took only two runners with him
to Champaign yesterday to run en
the Savory Golf Course-senior
Chris Murray and sophomore Ted
Benedict.'
The race for individual honors
should be between three men -
Murray, last year's winner, Al
Carius of Illinois and Dick Shar-
key of Michigan State, in that
order.
Bowen, a Darkhorse?
A darkhorse, however, could be
Michigan State's Jan Bowen, last
year's Big Ten mile outdoors
champion, if he can make the
transition to four miles.
Murray is given the edge over
both Carius and Sharkey since he
has already beaten both runners
in previous meets this year. Also,
his personal feelings are that he
is physically stronger than either
Carius or Sharkey and that he
should win the championship if
he doesn't get psyched-out by
either runner. He is in top shape
and hasn't been bothered by his
right leg, which has in the past
troubled him.
Michigan's other runner, Bene-
dict, although only a sophomore,
is expected to finish high among
the contestants and possibly in
the top ten.
MSU Favored
The team championship should
go to the favorite, Michigan State,
the defending champion. Besides
Sharkey and Bowen they are ex-
pected to have three other run-
ners in the top ten finishers.

On the way to the TD, Michi-
gan picked up four first downs,
the last one coming on the Illinois
nine. Timberlake carried to the
five around left end, and halfback
Dick Rindfuss picked up the re-
maining territory on two succes-
sive carries. Timberlake then kick-
ed the first of his two conversions.
Illinois' Only Surge
Illinois began its only scoring
surge midway through the third
quarter after a 65-yard Joe O'Don-
nell punt to halfback Sam Price
on the Illinois eight.
Fullback Jim Grabowski got the
Illini rolling with a 20-yard run,
but second-string backs Ron Fearn
and Al Wheatland did most of the
ball-carrying from then on.
Quarterback Fred Custardo, an-
other second-stringer, guided the
drive. With the Illini at third and
three on the Wolverine 11, he
passed to Fearn, who made a leap-
ing catch to give Illinois a first
down on the one. Two plays later
Wheatland plunged into the end
zone.
Pete Elliott Gambles
This came with 11:35 gone in
the quarter, and Illinois Coach
Pete Elliott elected to go for the
lead right then and there. Talia-
ferro went back into the game,
faked a pass, and swept around
left end to give his team its tem-
porary one-point margin.
Of the six Illini fumbles, the
Wolverines fell on four, three of
these coming in key moments
near the end of the game. Row-
ser's second recovery came after
Michigan had scored its second
touchdown, and parctically insur-
ed a Wolverine victory. Ends John
Henderson and Jim Conley re-
covered fumbles in the second
quarter and on the last play of
the game, respectively.
The Wolverines' Break
Rowser also intercepted a Talia-
ferro pass in the second period
when the Illini were on the Michi-
gan 30 to end that. threat, and
halfback Bill Dodd picked one off
in the opening stanza on the
Illini 18 to give the Wolverines
their break of the game.
The fumbles and interceptions
especially since the statistics were
enabledMichigan to win the game
all in Illinois' favor. The Fighting
Illini had a total offense of 295
yards, as compared with Wol-
verines' 154. Michigan's sum broke
down into 108 rushing yards and
only 46 passing, whereas Illinois
had 134 and 161 respectively.
Timberlake's Average Drops
Timberlake quarterbacked the
whole game and did a good job of
play calling, but his league-leading
pass completion percentage went,
completely by the boards. He con-
nected on only seven of 22 aerials
with two interceptions.
Rindfuss was the leading Wol-
verine ground gainer with 35 yards
in 13 trys, while Timberlake was
second with 25 in 12.
Taliaferro and Custardo shared

the Illini passing honors hitting
on 15 of 28 attempts between
them. End Bill Pasko was their
prime receiver with four catches
for 64 yards.
'M' Holds Price
Grabowski paced the Illinois
runners with 55 yards in 10 rushes,
but the Wolverine defense held the
elusive Sam Price to only 25 yards.
Michigan's victory enabled them
to pull into fifth place in the
Big Ten, while Illinois dropped to
third.

(Continued from Page 1)
to single out individuals in what
he said was one of the best team
efforts he'd seen, he did point to
Rowser's recovery of Jim Warren's
fourth quarter fumble on the Il-
linois 11 yard line as one of the
game's key plays.
It led to the winning touchdown,
scored five plays later by Mel An-
thony, but it was only one of five
plays in which Michigan's hopes
rested squarely on Rowser's
shoulders.
A 175-pound defensive specialist
who handled the ball only once on
offense yesterday, Rowser thwart-
ed three Illinois scoring threats
through the first three periods
and gave Michigan possession of
the ball twice at vital points in
the last quarter.
Here's how it went yesterday for
the former Detroit Eastern High

star, whose inexperience on de-
fense had drawn some criticism
earlier in the season:
Illinois had penerated Michi-
gan's 40-yard line for the first
time in the game with about 6:30
to go in the first half when Il-
lini quarterback Mike Taliaferro
lofted a second-and-eleven pass
down the right sideline. Rowser
picked it off, ran laterally to his
right and cut up to the 20 before
tripping on a pile up.
Then after Taliaferro had mov-
ed his team to the Michigan 33
on another drive, Rowser broke
up a pass intended for Ron Fearn
on the five-the last play of the
half.
'Very, Very Tired'
In the third period, in which
Elliott said the Wolverines were
"very, very tired," Rowser made
a strong tackle on Illinois end Bill
Pasko, stopping him inches short
of a first down on the Michigan 37
after Pasko had taken a nine-yard
pass from alternate quarterback
Fred Custardo.
That didn't stop the Illini from
marching 92 yards for their touch-
down the next time they got the
ball, however.

Late in the game, after Rowser
recovered the fumble that made
Warren the game's "goat," he fell
on another several minutes later.
This let the Wolverines run out all
but the last 90 seconds of the
game.
Elliott praised his team's of-
fensive and defensive work, as well
as the punting of captain Joe O'-
Donnell who kept Illinois in the
hole most of the game.
Went for Weak Side
Elliott said he planned to have
halfback Dick Rindfuss, who led
Michigan ball carriers with 35
yards in 13 plays, do most of the
running. "We tried to go over
their weak side when we could,"
he said.
He explained that he had con-
sidered going for a field goal in-
stead of trying for what turned
out to be the winning touchdown
in the fourth quarter.
"It's just one of those things
that you have to decide" Elliott
commented. "But we had the mo-
mentum and Timberlake's a strong
kid. Besides that, Timberlake
would have had to try the field
goal from an angle."

Elliott also conceded that he
probably should have tried for a
two-point conversion after the
second touchdown.
He commiserated with 'its
brother Pete, coach of the Illini,
whose teams have lost to Michi-
gan for nine straight years.
In the Illinois dressing room,
Pete Elliott admitted "I didn't
think we were as sharp as we
could have been, but there's no
question about it-Michigan went
out and won it."
About his team, which now

trails both Michigan State and
Ohio State in the Big Ten stand-
ings, he said. "We're not out of it
yet, but we've got to beat Wis-
consin and MSU to have a
chance."
Michigan has an opportunity to
help out by beating Ohio State
two weeks from now.
The Wolverines came out of yes-
terday's game with two injuries-
tackle Bill Yearby (ankle) and
end Jeff Hoyne (knee). Trainer
Jim Hunt said he didn't think
either was serious.

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Champaign, but No Roses

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First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Total No. Rushes
Net Yards Rushing

MICH.
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0
0
42
108

Passing 46
Forward Passes Att. 22
Completed 7
Intercepted by 2
Yds. Intercept. Ret. 18
Total Plays (Rushes and
Passes) 64
Punts, Number 8
Average Distances 39.8
Kickoffs, returned by 2
Yards Kicks Returned 57
Punts 20
Kickoffs 37
Fumbles 2
BallLost by 0
Penalties, Number 6
Yards penalized 25

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ILL.
17
8
8
1
41
134
161
28
15
34
69
4
33.7
3
74
18
56
6
4
3
64

Grabowski
Warren
Dundy
Wheatland
Fearn
Custardo
Totals
Timberlake
Taliaferro
Custardo
Totals

10 51 5.1
4 2 0.5
1 0 0.0
7 11 1.6
4 17 4.2
3 12 4.0
41 134 3.1
PASSING
Michigan
Att. Comp. Yds.
22 7 46
Illinois
Att. Comp. Yds.
16 8 91
12 7 70
28 15 161

Texas Keeps Streak;
Fends Off Trull, 7-0

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MICHIGAN
ILLINOIS
Timberlake
Clancy
Rindfuss
Anthony
Dodd
Rowser
Dehlin
Totals
Taliaferro
Price

0 7 0 7-14
0 0 8 0-8

RUSHING
Michigan
Tries
12
5
13
9
1
1
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Net
25
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35
22
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Avg.
2.1
1.8
2.7
2.4
4.0
2.0
11.0

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Price
Schumacher
Callaghan
Warren
Fearn
Summer
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No.
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3
1
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2
2
PUNTING
Michigan
No.
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Illinois
No.
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Yds. Avg.
17 8.5
12 6.0
13 6.5
4 4.0
Yds. Avg.
64 16.0
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52 1.7
9 9.0
-1 -1.0
9 9.0
9 4.5
20 10.0
Yds. Avg.
318 39.8
Yds. Avg.
155 33.7

By The Associated Press
AUSTIN, Tex. - Crafty Duke
Carlisle carried Texas on a blister-
ing 45-yard touchdown drive in
the third period yesterday and the
nation's No. 1 team won its
eighth straight game and took
over the undisputed lead in the
Southwest Conference with a 7-0
victory over Baylor.
Carlisle also intercepted a pass
in the end zone with 29 seconds
left to stop Baylor's last bid.
With only two games ahead-
Texas Christian and Texas A&M
--Texas became an overwhelming
favorite to return to the Cotton
Bowl for the third consecutive
year.

42 108 2.5

Illinois
Tries
3
9

Net Avg.
16 5.3
25 2.8

O'Donnell
Taliaferro

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SeerOW Duel Tops NFL Play

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Larry Elkins set Southwest Con-
ference passing recordshand prob-
ably continued on as the nation's
leaders in passing and pass-re-
ceiving, but they could do noth-
ing when the chips were down
against the vicious Texas pass
rush and glittering defense.
Texas held the ball most of the
time, keeping Baylor from even
a first down in the second and
third periods.
Notre Dame Racked
SOUTH BEND-Halfback Paul
Martha's 92 - yard touchdown
ramble on a kickoff return and
the passing and running of Fred
Mazurek led eighth-ranked Pitt
to a 27-7 victory over Notre Dame
yesterday.
Martha's great run came on the
kickoff following Notre Dame's
only touchdown. Notre Dame,
suffering its fifth loss against two
victories, held a 7-6 advantage
after John Meyer blocked Rick
Leeson's attempted conversion, but
from there on in Pitt took charge
and rolled to its sixth victory in.
seven games.
The Panthers went ahead 12-7
with a second-quarter touchdown
keyed by Eric Crabtree's 45-yard
punt return to the Irish 24. Maz-
urek then took over and flioped
a seven-yard pass to Martha and
an 11-yard pass to Joe Kuznescki
before Leeson bowled over from
the one-yard line.
Pitt put the game beyond reach
in the third quarter. Leeson inter-
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The Cleveland Browns lay their
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Division on the line today when
they go against the determined
Steelers at Pittsburgh.
The Browns desperately need to
win to win to remain in first
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Cleveland beat Pittsburgh in
the season's first match between
the two teams on the strength of
Jimmy Brown's 175 yards rushing
and two touchdowns by Frank
Ryan in the final quarter.
If Pittsburgh, this time with
John Henry Johnson, should win
this game, the race in the East
will be wide open to four teams-
the Steelers, Browns, Giants and
Cards.

Detroit goes to Baltimore for aI
rematch with the team that beat
them earlier this season on the
strength of the kicking foot of
Jim Martin, an ex-Lion.
Lions Seek Revenge
Quarterback Earl Morrall has
come to life in the past few,
weeks to become one of the hot-
test passers in the league.
He has thrown seven scoring
passes in his last two games. His
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Green Bay must win to main-

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never lost to the Vikings, Min-
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a victory in the first meeting of
the season between the two clubs.
Easy Chicago Victory?
Chicago should not have much
more trouble whipping Los Angeles
than they did in the 52-14 thump-
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this year. LA has lost eight
straight contests to the Bears.
Despite last week's loss to the
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