' 14ltlSDAY, OCTOBER 16, X193.
Da n i e l s s
Varsity Holds Secret Practice
Using New Plays Against
KICKERS GIVEN WORKOUT
Newman and Wheeler to Appear
in Starting Lineup for
When the Wolverine Varsity grid
team, which leaves tonight for Co-
lumbus, lines up against Ohio State
Saturday, they will be minus the
services of at least one regular
member of the team. Norm Daniels,
who caught Newman's long forward
pass in the Purdue game and then
raced 40 yards for a touchdown, is
out of the game with a bad shoul-
der as a result of making a hard
tackle in practice.
Although the extent of the injury
has not yet been determined it is
hoped that the speedy wingman
will be able to resume his position
against Illinois one week hence.
Yesterday, Kipke held practice in
secret and worked out several new
plays as well as scrimmaging
against the freshman team with
the yearlings using Buckeye plays.
Get Blocking Drill.
After a short session in which the
members of the squad were given a
few minutes of blocking and tackl-
ing practice, the kickers were given
a drill in getting off punts and the
team showed up well in the art of
going down the field with the kicks.
New plays were the feature of
the day, with the coaches taking
time out to give the squad a period
of skull practice. Later, when Coach
Oosterbaan brought a picked fresh-
man squad to scrimmage the Var-
sity, Kipke's men used their new
plays to advantage in sweeping the
first year men off their feet.
Indications are that Newman and
Wheeler have earned more or less
permanent positions for themselves
in the Maize and Blue backfield.
Hudson and Captain Simrall seem
to be firmly imbeddedin their reg-
ular positions. Simrall has shown
his ability to punt equally as well as
Tessmer, and Newman has demon-
strated a passing technique that
surpasses any yet uncovered on the
1930 Wolverine squad. Hudson has
been a consistent ground gainer and
a good defensive player all season,
and Wheeler is a light fast man
that can be relied on to round out
the quartet to perfection.
Williamson at End.
Williamson is getting a chance to
show his wares in the absence of
Daniels, and Cox is still filling the
other end position. Yesterday Auer
was but of the lineup nursing a sore
shoulder. He had trouble with the
shoulder earlier in the season and
it is thought that a brief rest would
do it good. Purdum replaced the
veteran tackle in the scrimmage
and Miller went in for Samuels at
left tackle although it is expected
that both regulars will be back in
the game Saturday.
Cornwell and Hozer hold down
the guard positions to the satisfac-
tion of the coaches and Morrison
does his work favorably at center.
Later the ball was given to the
yearlings but they failed to make
much of an impression on the Var-
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Southern Loop Gives
(Bv Associated Press)
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 15. -
Knoxville entered the Southern
baseball association circuit and
Mobile left today by vote of the
league directors at their annual
President Jimmy Hamilton's
troubles with Mobile fans, the
drop in attendance at Mobile
park when he began selling play-
ers "to meet expenses," and his
otfer early in the season to trans-
fer his franchise to Knoxville led
to dissension 'which culminated
in the chanige.
Degener Proves to be Leading
Performer; Takes Diving
and 50 Ya-d Race.
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PhilLics Send Stars to Dodgers
in Exchang for Three Men
and Sum of Money.
ELLIOTT GOES TO PHILS
(B Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 15. - In the
biggest player deal since the close
of the 1930 baseball season, thea
Brooklyn Robins today obtained
two Philadelphia stars, Outfielder
Frank (Lefty) O'Doul, 1929 Nation-
al league batting king, and Second
Baseman Fresco Thompson, in ex-
change for two pitchers, one rookie
outfielder and a good sized check.
The Robins, in fortifying for 1931
two of the positions of which they
were weak this year, outbid at least
Results of the Freshman swim-1
ming meet have been announced1
by Coach Matt Mann in conjunc-
tion with the Intramural Depart-
ment. Approximately 40 first year
men participated in the affair, and
several races resulted in close con-
Five events were run off with
Degener proving himself'to be the
outstanding performer. In addi-
tion to winning the 50 yard free
style, the flashy freshman per-
formed well on the diving board to
take a first in 'that event. Little
was the second place winner in
the half century sprint, his time be-
ing one-tenth of a second slower
than Degener's, who covered the
distance in 27 seconds flat.
Two seconds were won by Ka-
mienski and Shore, the only other
men to place in a pair of events.
Kamienski finished the 100 yard
dash in 63.4, just two seconds be-
hind Cristy, who won the event. He
took a second in the diving event
Drysdale won the 50 yard back
stroke in 32.2 with Shore taking
second. In the 50 yard breast
stroke event McDougal was across
the finish line in 35.2, followed
closely by Shore.
Duncan to Help Coach
Toronto Maple Leafs
(BY Associated Press)
TORONTO, Oct. 15.-Art Duncan,
veteran defense man, has accepted
terms from the Toronto Maple Leafs
to coach Connie Smythe's club dur-
ing the coming season.
Duncan broke into hockey promi-
nence on the Pacific coast and was
purchased byDetroit when the Vic-
toria Cougars were obtained by the
Michigan metropolis. He managed
the Detroit club duiing its first sea-
son in professional hockey.
wno has been seeuile to meet two other National league clubs,
Johnny Risko, the Cleveland baker including the Chicago Cubs, in the
boy, in a boxing match in the near scramble for Phillie talent.
future. This will be the Toy Bplil-s
dog's first bout in the heavyweight Robin Outfield Strong.
division since his graduation from Brooklyn, besides the cash, hands
the ranks of the lighter groups. over Jumbo Jim Elliott, big left-
Mickey has been making a deter- hander; C 1 i s e Dudley, slightly
mined comeback since his defeat smaller righthander, and Hal Lee,
by Paul Swiderski.
young outfielder, who signalized
'B' SQUAD TRIES his major league debut by hitting a
home run as a pinch hitter.
NEW FORMATIONS " The addition of O'Doul to the
Brooklyn outfield gives the Robins
Game Will be Played on Ferry a trio of mighty hitters. O'Doul
Field Next Saturday. batted .383 this year, this impres-
sive figure giving him fourth place
(Continued From Page 6) in the National league rating. He
led the league in 1929 with a :389.
tough time breaking through for A reformed southpaw pitcher, the
gains, hard-hitting Lefty never has batted
The probable lineup for Satur- below .300 inr n he left the mound
day presents several changes from for the outfield.
one that faced Indiana last week. Babe Herman, the Brooklyn right-
Frisk at left tackle will be out due fielder, batted .393 this year and
to his injury and this necessitates Johnny Frederick, the fast center-
a shift at the tackle posts. Bill fielder, had a mark of .334. The
Jordan will be moved over to the signing of O'Doul will furnish
left side of the line and either Mc- Uncle Wilbert Robinson an outfield
Clelland or Horowitz will be as- with average batting strength of
signed to the right position. In .370, 25 points better than the aver-
the backfield Brown is not expect- age of the highly regarded Chicago
ed toplay, his place at half to be Cub outfield lineup of Cuyler, Wil-
filled by Bremen. The remainder son and Stephenson.
of the lineup is the same with Par- Thompson Should Improve.
ker and Benz at guards, Winston Thompson had his poorest season
as the pivot man, and Bovard and in 1930 when he batted 'only .284,
Justice at the ends on the line. but the four years he has been the
Coombe, Berkowitz, and Kutsche Phillies' regular second baseman
will complete the backfield.s he has an average above .300. He
The game is scheduled to start is only 27 years old and his friends
at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon on confidently expect a change of uni-
old Ferry Field and will be free to form and scenery to prove benefi-
all those who are not going down cial.
to Columbus to watch the Varsity Elliott, who is three inches over
battle with their old rivals. The six feet and weighs 230 pounds,
dope to date gives Michigan an ad-12andt withythe eein
vantage over the State Junior Var- 1926 and with the exception of
sity but the Buckeyes will have a seaon, he has done excellent work.
few new tricks up their sleeves and'season,_ehasdoeexcellntwork
a known offense that will keep the
Maize and Blue Jayvees hopping to
hold down the Scarlet and Gray
backs. The contest stacks up as a
good substitute for those footballr
fans who cannot make the trip to
Columbus but like gction in pre-
ference to radio announcing.
Officials of the Intramural De- f
partment in cooperation w i t h
Coach Charles Hoyt have arranged
for a series of cross country runs
which will be held during thej
month of November.
Seven runs have been scheduled
beginning on Armistice day, Nov.
11. Other runs are as follows: in-f
ter-class, Nov. 13; all-frosh, Nov.
18; all-campus, Nov. 20; indepen-
dent, Nov. 24; fraternity, Nov. 25.
All of these runs will start at 4:30+
o'clock. The grand finale will be
run off in the Turkey day trot on
Nov. 27 which will start at 10:30
o'clock in the morning.
Class and fraternity teams will
consist of three entrants each.,All
participants are required to have
run the course nine times previous
to the meet. Intramural authori-
ties will check the starters. Last
year the Junior Lits won the class
honors in the event while Beta
Sigma Psi fraternity took the 'e-
TO PILOT YANKS
New York Club Finally Lands
Former Cub Manager.
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 15-Joseph Vin-
cent McCarthy, 43, former leader of
the Chicago Cubs, today was ap-
pointed manager of the New York
Yankees for the next two years. He
will succeed Robert Shawkey. Mc-
Carthy's salary, it was reported,
will be $35,000 a year.
The club had sent out word that
its owner, Colonel Jacob Ruppert,
and McCarthy would hold a con-
ference at which McCarthy would
give Colonel Jake his final answer.
Everyone knew that the answer
would be "yes." In fact, Bobbie
Quinn, Red Sox owner, gave out a
statement in Boston last week in
which he said that McCarthy said
"yes" to Ruppert some time ago.
McCarthy's last contract with
Wrigley was $30,000. Next to John
McGraw, who also is vice-president
of the Giants, and Connie Mack,
who is half-owner of the Athletics,
McCarthy was the highest-salaried
manager. Hornsby, who still has
another year on a $40,000 player
contract, now is in the same group.
The reaction of the New York
fandom is extremely favorable to
wards in its division. Harold Gro-
ehn won the all-campus meet.
The runs this year will be over
the new Varsity course which
Coach Hoyt has layed out. It is
three miles long, but may be
lengthened to four or five if found
desireable. The- Armistice and
Turkey day meets are new this
year as is the independent class
Six spectacular games were play- ,
ed in the fraternity speedball
league Tuesday afternoon on the
south end of Ferry Field. Pi Lamb-
da defeated Delta Sigma in the
opener 9 to 5. Delta Upsilon took
over Lambda Chi Alpha, 2 to 0,
while Beta Sigma Psi was defeating
Alpha Phi Delta, 1-0. Alpha Kap-
pa Lambda takes the high scoring
honors in the league with a 17 to
1 vin over Phi Kappa Tau. Tau
Kappa Epsilon drubbed Theta Xi,
5 and 2 with Alpha Delta Phi
showing up Phi Chi to the tune of
a 10 to 3 win.
Three meets were scheduled for
Wednesday afternoon: Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Phi Sig-
ma Delta, and Delta Alpha Epsilon
vs. Tau Delta Phi. Delta Sigma Phi
will meet Kappa Nu this afternoon
at 5:15 in the last league game of
Sigma Delta Psi
Twelve men have turned out for
the initial workout of the candi-
dates for membership in Sigma
Delta Psi, national honorary ath.
Anyone interested in qualifying
in this society can register at the
Intramural' office. Fraternities are
also eligible to be represented by
a qualifying team. Workouts are
held Monday, 'Tuesday and Thurs-
days from 3 to 5 o'clock in the af-
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