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Wednesday, September 8, 1965
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2-C Wednesday. Sept. 8, '65 Down by Ohio - - Bucks May Be Overrated (This is the first of a series of Big Ten football prospects by Bob Pille, who is making a flying tour of the campuses.) BY BOB PILLE Fraa Prui Sports Writir COLUMBUS The thought runs contrary to the majority and smacks of heresy, but it keeps rising: Ttiat Ohio State doesn't belong with Michigan and Purdue atop all those pre-season Big Ten football rank ings. It is folly to count out the Buckeye and good old Wayne Woodrow Hayes, and this isn't being done. Since he came up the" Olen-tangy River in 1951, Hayes has won four conference championships and is the only Big Ten coach with a won-lost percentage (.747) that is better within the league than against outsiders. But the Buckeyes just don't have the sound of a team that you would figure to win the championship. THE OFFENSE, being a year more experienced, should be a bit better, but the names are the same as those that mustered only 10 points all of last November. The defense won't be as good as the gang that last fall was the best in the Big Ten and the best that Hayes ever coached. And the schedule is tougher. Last year, Woody has all spring and summer to point for defending champion Illinois, than the rest of the autumn to aim for Michigan. Otherwise he didn't play anybody destined to finish above seventh place. Now the schedule-makers have taken away Northwestern and added more demanding Michigan State, last played in 1960, and Minnesota, last seen in 1950. Tough Purdue, missing since 1960, still won't be faced until 1967. Whatever the Buckeyes do will be in their traditional manner with small, proud numbers, fullbacks all over the field, and a defense that dares you to run up the middle. MIDDLE CENTER Bill Rider and linebackers Dwight Kelley and Tom Bugel is the heart of Woody's defense and closest to the coach's heart and should be. There might not be a better threesome in the country, and they have the qualities that send Woody off into sermons: "Good students, hard workers inspiration to the team." Kelley made All-America last year as a junior. "If you have a boy who has done this and isn't a good kid, look out," Hayes says. "He'll be there telling the coach what to do, and a boy rarely knows as much as the coach." Kelley obviously is a good Diesel Speedboat Gets Challenger In Record Bid The planned Detroit River record run by Freddie Alter in a Donzi Diesel Wednesday has become a two-boat race instead of one against the clock. Alter, a veteran Gold Cup boa t driver, intends to set a record for the 43-mile run from the Olde Club on Harsens Island to the Grosse lie Yacht Club with the 550-horsepower winner of four off-shore ocean races Bob Munn, a Detroit marine dealer, issued the first challenge with his X55 Interceptor-powered runabout. Munn won the Class n chamoionshio in the New Buffalo-to-Chicago dash across Lake Michigan a week ago. The boats will leave the Olde Club at 10:30 a.m. and are ex pected to finish around 11:30 a.m. 20-Year Wait For Ace Ends Russ Beaupre knows Plum-brook as well as any man 'he's the co-owner and been there more than 20 years. Not until Tuesday though! was Beaupre able to pull out a real plum he aced the 153-yard 11th hole with a 7-iron shot and finished with a one-under-par 70. ADVERTISEMENT NEW IBM MACHINE CAREER PAYS s7,000-s1 A new occupation almost unknown 10 years ago now employs over 40,000 men and women and still has thousands ot iobs waiting for trained personnel. This exciting new field Is Electronic Data Processing. Persons who are qualified to make up and program the thousands of problems that can be solved by IBV. electronic computers are earning $7,000-S12.000 or more per year. This demand for more trained personnel in Computer Programming is so great that SPECIAL COURSES have been set up. No previous experience is required and no special Math background is needed. Now through the ELECTRONIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING INSTITUTE, one of the eldest private IBM Schools In the country specializing In "ON HAND" training on DETROIT FREE PRESS kid as well as a fine athlete. He is one of Ohio's co-captains and Hayes says "We have never had better leadership than this year." What Woody likes about his linebackers as a pair is that they have played together and do it in a coordinated manner. "ONE OF THEM can be reckless going after the play knowing that the other will be there to pick up the tickets," says Woody. "If the play cuts back, the other guy will be there to kiss the ball carrier." Being kissed by an Ohio State linebacker in the middle of the football field is not like being kissed by your girl. Most teams will prefer to try to go over or around the Buckeyes, and these areas might be vulnerable as well as inexperienced. On attack, five linemen, with Doug Van Horn, an excellent 236-pounder, among them at guard, started somewhere last year. So did four of the backs jammed into three positions. DON UNYERFERTH is there at quarterback with more passing than Woody likes, Will Sander and ex-halfback Tom Barrington are at fullback, and Bo Rein returns at halfback as the team's best past catcher. But there isn't a great speed back among them, and when Woody says they will be faster he is talking of better foot for Barrington and Rein. Real speed is what Buckeye runners lacked last year, and Woody is training to find it by putting the name of Nelson Adderley in at the other halfback. If Adderley can sprint in the necessary manner it is a fact well hidden. The cousin of MSU's Herb Adderley of a few years ago. Nelson is a senior who came to Ohio without a scholarship and hasn't yet set foot in a varsity game. And in Ohio's proud and experienced but scant numbers there is another worry. Van Horn and Barrington and Sander and maybe some others will have to play both ways, and everybody else has the full platoons that wear out two-way players. OFFENSE End-xBob Waldtn, Vi, r.t xCrtt LssnuTKi. 221, sr. TicKKs xdick Andtrsen, 23, sr.; xjonn raimer, 212, sr. Guards xTa Andrlck, 211, sr.; xdoui van Horn, zu, sr. C Miter xRiv Prvor. m. Ir. Quarterback xDon Unverftrth, W, sr. Halfbacks xBa Rain. 112. ir.; Nelson Aooeriey. 112, sr. Fullbacks xTom Barrinston, 2M, sr.; xwiu sander, 210, sr. DEFENSE Ends xKim Anderson, 10, Ir.) Dick Hlmes, 150, so. Tacklts-xGary Miller, 117, ir.; Don Dwyer, 224, se. Middle Guard-xBill Ridder, 201, sr. Linerbackers xTom Bugel, 204, sr.; xDwight Kelley, 21, sr. Corner Back xjohn McCoy, 15, Ir. Halfbacks-xJohn Fill, 17, ir.; Stanley Hamlin, 1V1, so. 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Looney had some off-field difficulties in Baltimore but showed some great flashes when he got in the Colt lineup and the Lions swapped Denny Gaubatz, Joe Schmidt s heir- apparent, to get him. WHILE HE SKIPPED the practice Tuesday, Looney still was in camp and talked with Gilmer prior to the drill. "He didn't indicate one way or another whether hed be there," Gilmer said. Gilmer refused to say what disciplinary measures he might . invoke and said he would "deal with it when the time comes." The "time" will be when Gil mer next talks to Looney and he didn't say When that would be. "We're going to work at it to straighten this out," Gilmer said. While the very-much-wanted Looney, a Texan who seems combination of three other famed Texas lions Doak Walker, Bobby Layne and Bud dy Parker, stayed away, unwanted Night Train Lane hung around, hoping to hear that one of the 13 other National Football League clubs would like an experienced cornerback. "I THINK I can help some one," said the four-time All-Pro defensive back, second leading interceptor in NFL history and holder of the one-season interception record 14 pickoffs as a rookie with Los Angeles in 1952. That was 13 seasons ago. Now Lane is 37 years old, 3" and with knee surgery last winter. He wasn't surprised when the word came. "I was told about three times that I was on borrowed time." Nor was he bitter. "When a new regime takes over they start looking at the older fellows and the ones who have been injured first. They go for a youth movement That's the business." If you caught the Lions' 25-21 ictory over the New York Giants last Saturday you may have noted that old teammate Earl Morrall threw four straight times into Lane s zone. aakoi iHUJiAS caugnt a couple of them, the last one for the touchdown that put the Giants in striking distance and no doubt sent chills through Gilmer. "When they complete one in your zone for a touchdown it seems like they've been com pleting them all night," Lane said. But Lane still feels he can cut it. "If I didn't, I wouldn't have come to camp. I think I still have all my moves." He takes comfort in the fact that he was written off as washed up when traded to Detroit ir. 1960 . . . and then he earned All-Pro honors for three straight years. But that was five years ago and now the Train is 37 and no longer an express. 'fyr(FU if II In Fine Whiskey... FlEDSCI!iWS is the big buy! First taste will tell you why! $421 5064 " 45 PT. V PINT 45 PT. mm PINT Code 20 Code 261 Blended Whiskey 90 Proof 65 I ne rieiscnmann uistiuingwrporation, Mew YorKUty Sjstq. ft i r.;V XbfrZl . iV- . """i 44MA'- - s v ''ll,. ALL GOOD THINGS . . . The great Bret Hanover (left), with Frank Envin at the reins, is humbled by Adois Vic and driver Jim Dennis in the Horseman's Futurity for three-year-old pacers at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Tuesday. It marked the first time Bret Hanover has ever lost a race. Oyler's Hit Turns Back Bosox, 5-3 Continued from First Sports a single, and scored on Jim Gosger's single off the bag at first. The Red Sox tied it in the fifth. Nixon doubled to left and took third on Petrocelli's single Monbouquette stayed out of troublfj and out of a DP fcy moving Petrocelli to second with a bunt. Gosger sent in Nixon with a fly ball and then Petrocelli came across when Navarro didn't get over to first on Dalton Jones' bouncer to Cash. It went for a single. Meanwhile, Charlie Dressen went for Fox, and he scattered five hits one an inning to beat the Red Sox for the third time this season. NOTES: Dr. Russell Wright, the Tigers' team physician, reports Denny McLain has a kidney infection . . . Jake Wood, meanwhile, is expected to be discharged from the hospital Thursday or Friday following his cheekbone operation. Willie Horton sat it out for the second straight game. His left leg is sore from the ankle to the calf. The Tigers plan to celebrate their 10.000th eame in " the American League on Sept 24 with Cleveland by giving away special editions of The Sporting News to the first 10,000 fans entering the park. Matins to Fight In Los Angeles? LOS ANGELES (UPI) Matchmaker Mickey Davies of the Olympic Boxing Club said Tuesday he hopes to bring Buster Mathis, 300-pound former amateur champion from Grand Rapids, Mich., here to meet the winner of a fight be- tween Irish Wayne Heath of;wnen vou've eot voune: plav Oklahoma City and Manuel. Ramos of Mexico City. Mathis has a record of two wins as a professional. He won the Olympic Trials in his division in 1964 but was unable to compete in Tokyo because of an injury. Prtrft Inrliiri All Taxes. Grain Neutral Spirits BUT HE WANTS Kaline on Block? Al 'Expects' It BY JOE FALLS It would be no surprise if the Tigers traded Al Kaline this winter. Not to Al Kaline, any way. "I think they're going to do some 'things' this winter," the 30-year-old outfielder of the Tigers said Tuesday. "It wouldn't surprise me if they traded a few of the veterans." Kaline makes one point clear: He doesn't want to leave De troit. "I've played here my entire career and would like to finish up here," he said. "Detroit has been good to me in every way." BUT AT THE same time he believes that general manager Jim Campbell will go with some of the younger players next year and trade off some of the veterans . . . probably in an effort to bolster the pitching staff. He doesn't consider himself an "untouchable." "When you get hurt two years in a row, you know they're not going to keep paying you the big money," said ' Kaline, implying If the Tigers rut his $60,000 salary again, he could understand it. Kaline saic he was disappointed with the season he is having, even though he is the Tigers' only genuine .300 hitter. "I've had a bad year," he said. "When we started out I hoped I could play 150 games. That was my big goal. But I'm going to fall far short of that." KALINE has been hobbled by a sore foot. It has kept him from playing second games of doubleheaders. Then, on Aug-. 19, he pulled a muscle in his rib cage and that kept him out of action for 17 days. Kaline is high on the younger players on the Tigers. "This team is going to be better next year," he said. ers like Willie Horton. Dick Mc- Auliffe, Don Wert, Joe Sparma . : DICK CAR - . . NO. 1 DEALER IN MICHIGAN CAN AND WILL GIVE YOU . . . DELIVERY TODAY ON EVERY MODEL COLOR . . . '65 IMPALA OUT OF TOWN NOBODY WORLD'S LARGEST mm 6& h I y HARPER miff" if tar TO STAY and Denny McLain around, you can't do anything but improve." KALINE ADDED that some of the younger players have actually taken the pressure off him. "Take Horton," he said. "When you're hitting ahead of someone like that you don't have to try to hit home runs. You know he can hit them. So you try to get on base and de home ahead of him What would It take for the Tigers to trade Al Kaline? Probably two good ball play ers. Even at 30, with a gimpy foot, he's worth that much. FOR YOUR CAR! Avail aceient, tttl uftr wlit yol'ra driving! Jut into Sate-T-FlKtore n v0 ur keadliahti. ttv reflect a brilliant rim tt light If yei iMili1 km a kernel not keaeMlikt. Works wltea yoe're parkel ar whrn ya'i driving. Fit any jtaneiri 5-intk headlight. The colt It email ... the iroteetiee great. Think! They any avei sava yoi and yoar family's live. Available at Laradlaej Detroit Area Store COM COP. OF AMERICA I 1MJ E. Maple - Troy, Michi Phone V SHALLA OrnWTERSAFETY I ON THE ROAD ' FLECTORS tea CHEVROLETS CHEVY Us CORYAIRS CHEYELLES SPOUT COUPE O CALLS ACCEPTED WALKS AWAY FROM.. Vl Expressway CHEVROLET DEALER Favored Players' A dvance in Tennis FOREST HILLS, N. Y. V Rafael Osuna of Mexico, 1963 winner and sixth-seeded, had to call upon all of his wizardy and delicate touch Tuesday for a 7-9, 8-6, 6-2, 12-10 victory over Herb FitzGibbon of Garden City, N. Y., that carried him into the round of 16 of the National Tennis Championships. The little Latin was hardest pressed of favored players, in eluding third - seeded Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield. Calif. eight-seeded Cliff Drysdale of'hours before Carpenter finally South Africa and giant-killerr"" U1C "-K"c i"aruiu, o-d Charlie Pasarell of Puerto Rico The match was not the Preps to Use U-D Stadium Catholic League high schools will play four Sunday afternoon and two Friday night football games in the vacant University of Detroit Stadium this season. Catholic Central leased the 19,000-seat stadium for Sunday games against Brother Rice, DeLaJSaUe and Salesian. Catholic Central also will meet U-D High there as a visitor. Cathedral High rented the stadium for night games against Notre Dame and Catholic Cen tral. ALL "65 MUST GO! IMPALA 2-DR. H-T0P $01 CQ $59 PER MONTH LUsJ CORVAIR 2-DR. H-TOP $1 7CQ $41 PER MONTH X I WW INSTANT CREDIT GLENN WALKER CHEVROLET 14259 MACK VA 2-9800 OUT OF TOWN CALLS ACCEPTED a Boeing Openings in Engineering and Computer Technology Detroit Interviews, September 8 through 11 The Boeing Company, today's world leader in the field of jet transportation, is already at work on the next generation of jets including the country's newest short-range jetliner, giant logistics aircraft, a variable-sweep wing supersonic passenger imer and other manned aircraft systems. To maintain its leadership, Boeing continues to pioneer evolutionary advances in research, design, development and manufacturing techniques. Experienced engineers and scientists interested in expanding the scope of their careers in this dynamic field will find professional challenge and unique advancement opportunities with Boeing's Airplane Group, immediate openings are available for qualified graduates in engineering, physics, mathematics, business administration, operations research and production management MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TOOL DESIGN AND COORDINATION Responsibilities include design and layout of gauges, jigs, handling equipment, spar mills and machine fixtures, as Well as special production tools. Also involved will be investigation, analysis and development of corrective action in problems related to fabrication, test, rework and tool utilization. B.S. degree in mechanical or civil engineering is preferred, but not required. Aircraft tool engineering experience is desirable. PRODUCTION PLANNING-Assignments involve design analysis to . determine relationship to overall plan; establishing a production breakdown by parts, subassemblies, major assemblies and installations in accordance with the manufacturing plan, and setting up the manufacturing process sequence. Consideration will be given to such factors as standard tools and available facilities, development of new concepts and methods, skill level of workers, safety, production schedules and cost control. In addition, responsibilities include advisory service to the design engineer group in the early stages of a program to assure optimum producibility. A degree in engineering is desired, or several years of college engineering plus manufacturing experience. DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING Structural Dynamics Electro-Optical Systems Stability & Control Radar Systems Propulsion Navigation IGuIdanes Systems Fatigue Analysis Loals Analysis Stress Analysis Hydraulic and Electrical Systems Weights Environmental Control Metallurgy Non-Metallic Materials Antenna Systems Support Equipment Facilities (Electronics) Military Operations Analysis Weapons Delivery Systems Electronic Countermeasurts Flight Test Operations Flight Test Instrumentation Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's degree in an applicable discipline; related experience is desirable. Salaries art competitively commensurate with your experience, and educational background. Moving and travel allowances are paid to ' newly hired personnel. Boeing is an equal opportunity employer. For a personal, confidential interview at your convenience, ' please telephone Mr. Vincent Sherman TR 5-8273 (Area Coda 313) Wednesday, Sept. 8 through Saturday, Sept 11-' Ivenini Intarvlawt may bt irringgd If yau irg unabl to miet with eur InttrvTtwart, you it Invitttf to tent fesutra to Mr. Thomas Shappard, Commareiil Airplant Dividon, Tr BociM Company, P. 0. Box 707 -SJV. Renton, Washington 68055, or to Mr. Geraifl Caywood, Military Airplant Divition, Dipt (JV, TM Soging Company, Wichita, Kansai 17210. AIRPLANE CommwelttAlrplintDMiien day's longest, however. Keith Carpenter of Canada and John Powless of Madison, Wis., played more than 3 6-4, 15-17, 6-3, 11-9. Ralston, seeking to atone for his disappointine play in the recent Davis Cup matches . in Spain, turned back Cup team mate Frank Froehling of Coral Gables, Fla., 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. " Guaranteed Rebuilt iSPRINGS All Cars Strvieti San CiarsatM WhiU Yi Wait Al lev SEE PAGE 4)7 F WHITE PAGES FOR NEAREST LOCATION. 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