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October 16, 1930 - Image 6

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Hatibrich, Regular Tackle, Ma
be Unable to Take Part
Against Michigan.
By Nick Mamula, Sports Editor,
Ohio State Lantern.
COLUBUS, O., Oct. 15. - Afte
Tailing to stop the championship-
bound Purple Limited at Evanstor
last week-end, a husky crew o
Scaret and Gray gridiron glad a-
tors are figuring on having Wolv-
erine meat for dinner Saturday
when Michigan drops in the Buck-
eye bailiwick for a grid tussle with
Ohio State that day.
Realizing that it was Northwest-
ern's effective aerial work that beat
the Bucks at the Purple city last
Saturday, Coach Sam Willaman
threw the spotlight on his defense
department this week and indica-
tions show that Ohio State will be
better able to cope with an attack
from the air than they were last
Demonstrate Strength.
The Buckeyes demonstrated their
strength in the first game of the
season by whipping Mount Union,
59 to 0, a team that the Wolverines
had a tough time beating last sea-
son. In their first Big Ten tilt with
Indiana .the Willaman machine
piled ip 23 points against the
Hoosiers and held the Page crew's
offensive attack pretty well in
check during the whole afternoon.
A strong veteran Northwestern
line failed to hold up the Buckeye
backs from rambling in Dyche
stadium last Saturday, and al-
though the Scarlet and Gray aggre-
gation lost, 19 to 2, to the Wildcats,
it gaingd rmore ground fromi scrim-
mage and outside of its aerial de-
fense, was stronger defensively.
%:.;Backfield Undecided.
Fesler and Larkins will hold
down the two end jobs in the Mich-
igan -contest, and if Haubrich's
injury comnes around in good shape
before Saturday he and Bell will
start at the tackle positions. Larry
Freid will take Haubrich's place in
case the Buckeye tackle doesn't
feel able to play. Sam Selby and
Charlie Wimgert are sure choices
for the guard posts, while Nasman
wilL play in the pivot role. Hinch-
man at quarter, Varner at one half
and Horn at fullback are three
likely backfield starters, and either
Chizek, Carroll, Holcomb, or Green-
berg will fill in at the other half.
Fesler hurt his wrist in the Pur-
ple game and has been carrying it
around in a cast all this week. The
injury, however, is not serious
enough to keep him out of the
game Saturday. Rabenstein, giant
fiankman, was bruised in the
Northwestern contest but he will
be in condition to play his post
against the Wolverines. Marvin
Farrier, another end and a tower
of defense on the Buckeye line, has
withdrawn from school and will be
lost for the rest of the season.
About 70,000 people are expected
to attend the game.
Cross-Country Teams
to Meet at W.S. T.C.
(By Associated Press)
KALAMAZOO, Mich., Qct. 15. -
Cross Country teams of Adrian
College, Kalamazoo College and
Western State Teachers College will
meet here Friday, Oct. 17, in a tri-
angular competition.

Squad Proves a Gold Mine for
Future Varsity Mateial
in Line and Backs. I
Yearling footballers this year are
getting the best training possible
and night after night they playl
the Varsity not as a sacrifice to
Michigan, but as a team that is
rapidly becoming a solid unit andt
as a squad that will be the future
hope of the Maize and Blue. Coach
Ray Fisher and his assistants Al
Stienke, Bill Orwig and Bud Poor-
man are uncovering a wealth of
promising material.
Practice Blocking
Last night the freshmen went
through a -series of the principal
fundamental drills, i n c 1 u d i n g
charging, blocking, tackling and
running. Ray Fisher had the ,
backs on the tackling dummy for I
some time in an attempt to per-
fect their body blocking. Guards'
and tackles were instructed in the
two on one system of charging by
Orwig and Poorman while Stienke
sent a team through an intensive
running play drill.
As yet it is too early to pick the,
cream of the crop, but several of
the yearlingsshave shown up well
in the early scrimmages. Backfield
material is plentiful and at the
sametime the candidates are for
the most part ,lightweights. Stine-
spring has been showing a great
deal of ability at the quarter postI
while Everhardus working at half
is easilythe flashiest man in the
ball toters division.
Woostert Leads Ends
Woostert has the edge on the
rest of the ends and he shows
promise for the Varsity. Cantrel
is the outstanding tackle and Aus-
tin is not far behind him in abil-
ity. Conover is playing a great
game at guard and is looked to for
much in the future.
$5.90 round triV
Final Rese
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Fans Present Charley
elbert With Silver
Charley Gelbert, St. Louis
Cardinal shortstop, was the re-
cipient recently of a chest of sil-
ver presented to him by the ad-
miring fans of Nazareth, Pa.
Gelbert had once played ball
there on his long trip in the
baseball world which eventually
led to stardom in the 1930 world
aeries, and the fans tendered
him a banquet honoring both
that fact and his brilliant play
in this year's diamond classic
with Connie Mack's Athletics in
vhich it will be remembered
Gelbert was the sparkplug of the
Cardinal team.


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M'Afee Also Included in Deal
That Sends Bob Smith
to Chicago Cubs.
(Nv Associated Press)
BOSTON, Oct. 15.-The Boston
National league baseball club to-j
day announced the acquisition of
Wesley Schulmerick, classy Los An-
geles outfielder, and William Mc-
fee, Chicago Cub pitching recruit,
in a deal which sent Pitcher Bob
Smith, of the Braves, to Chicago,
and Outfielder Jimmy Welsh to the
Pacific coast club.
In bringing Schulmerick and Mc-
Afee to Boston, the club is contin-
uing its policy of obtaining likely
youngsters, said Edward Cunning-
ham, secretary. He declined to re-
veal the amount ofdcash involved,
but said the several trades "about
evened it up." The Chicago Cubs
own the Los Angeles team.
Schulmerick hit for .387 last year,
while McAfee, who was farmed out
to the Reading club of the Interna-
tional league, won six and lost
seven games.
It was the second triangular deal
involving Chicago and Los Angeles
in as many seasons. Last year the
Braves got Walter Berger, their
home run sensation, from the
Coast league, a piece of strategy
credited with having much to do
with extricating the team from its
traditional place in the cellar.

Veteran backfield performer of
the Wildcats, who was confined to
his bed in the hospital last Satur-
day when it was discovered that
he was suffering from an attack
of smallpox. Bruder, the hard luck
football star of the Western Con,
ference, is one of the best backs
in kthe Big Ten, but annually he is
confined to the sidelines for all
but a few games due to either
injuries or sickness. His loss to
Northwestern this season may cost
t h e m the Conference gridiron
championship, as the Wildcats have
been rated as one of the strongest
teams in the Big Ten this year. It
was largely due to the work of
Bruder that the Purple was able to
halt the Green Wave from Tulane
in the first game of the season, but
he failed to get in against Ohio
State last week.
(13y Associated Press)
BUENOS AIRES, Oct. 15. - Mrs.
Helen Wills Moody, leading Amer-
ican woman tennis player, has ac-
cepted an iivitation to p 1 a y
matches here, the Argentine lawn
tennis association announced today.
She will be accompanied by her
husband, Frederick Moody, and by
Berkeley Bell of Austin, Tex. Mrs.
Moody will leave New York Octo-
ber 17.

Bill McAfee, .
Former Wolverine Varsity pitch-
er, who received a trial with the
CIaicago Cubs last year, has been I
ventt to the Boston Braves along
with outfielder Wesley Schulmerick,
of the Pacific Coast circuit, in a
deal which sends Pitcher Bob
Smith to the Cubs and outfielder
Jimmy Welsh to the Los Angeles
Alex Cook ay Play
With Detroit Cougars
DETROIT, Oct. 15. - Alex Cook,
younger brother of Bill and Bun,
star wingmen of the New York
Rangers, probably will wear the uni-
form of the Detroit National Hockey
league club during the coming sea-
The juvenile of the well known
Cook hockey family, was purchased
early last spring by Les Canadiens
from the San Francisco club of the
California league in the deal that
brought the Giroux brothers to the
Flying Frenchmen. He is a native
of Saskatoon, Sask.
in Columbus!
'rvations Today
De 12.6 P. M.

TITLE GOLF PLA Y Buckeye "B"s to take his second
con erence game. For the most
POSTPONED AGAIN part th' p,y were run off with a
snan that promises trouble to
Another postponement was nec- State Saturday.
essitated in the semi-final match State's Jayvees are expected to
in the campus golf tournament use the double-wing Warner a-
yesterday due to the unavoidaole mong others that they have ready
absence of Johnny Fischer. His in the open running attack that
opponent, John Loveland, had forc- is reported prepared for the game
ed a postponement on Tuesday be- with Michigan Saturday afternoon.
cause of illness, and when Fischer To meet this attack Courtright and
was called to Detroit yesterday the Keen have been working out a
match had to be called off again. strong defense that has proved
Barring some unforseen occurence disastrous to sample Ohio plays in
the meeting will take place today. trial scrimmages. If this defense
Coach Trueblood announced yes- is as effective against the Buck-
terday that there are four places a eyes in actual contest, Michigan's
open on the varsity squad for opponents are going to have a
freshmen. (Continued on Page 7)




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