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( ''TUESDAY", OCTOBER 13, 1931



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Newman's Ankle Suffers Injury;
Coach Kipke Experiments
With Ball-Toters.
If the coaches keep on driving
Michigan's grid squad the way they
did yesterday afternoon, the Wol-
verine eleven that faces Ohio State
this Saturday should be an entire-
ly different team in spirit and
punch than the one which so mis-
erably held off Chicago's fighting
comeback in the second half last
Hewitt in Backfield
The coaches centered their at-
tention on bolstering up the run-
ning attack of the Maize and Blue,
with the backs getting special work
on blocking out the inrushing op-
posing players. Bill Hewitt was
working in the backfield yesterday
and reeled off some long gains
through the center of the line and
around the ends. Ted Petoskey
was at Hewitt's end position with
Williamson and Daniels alternat-
ing at the right flank position.
Petoskey while he has been in the
game has demonstrated that he is
a capable performer in all branches
of play.
Newman Injures Ankle
Harry Newman was at his regu-
lar position of quarterback until
he hurt his ankle, which has been
troubling him most of the season.
However, the injury should not
prove serious enough to keep him
out of the lineup Saturday. Jack
Heston, Fay, DeBaker, Everhardus
ands Hudson alternated at the
backfield positions.
The linesmen also came in for
their share of attention. Numerous
weak spots were apparent on both
offense and defense in Saturday's
fray, and the coaches worked dili-
gently toward remedying these de-
fects. The tackling and blocking of
the linement was not everything to
be desired, especially on the part
of the ends.
All freshman interested in
gymnastics will report to the
Waterman gym Wed. afternoon
at 4 P. M.
Varsity practice will be held
at the following times: Mon. at
4; Wed. at 4; Wed. night at 7:30;
Fri. night at 7:30.
Coach West.


Work in Chicago Game Gives
Coach Kipke Another
Capable Kicker.

44.ichigan Fans' Hopes
for Title Given Jolt
'Kipke Fears Ohio,' Cry Go-
ing Rounds After Chicago.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton



is Show Power in
e Dame; Seem Lo
Title Contenders.



Harry Newman, varsity quarter-
back, who saw his first real action
Saturday. Two of his passes led
indirectly to Michigan touchdowns.
Yearlings Learn Buckeye Plays
to Use Against Regulars.
The freshman football team will
be confronted with the task of
learning a great number of Ohio
State plays before tomorrow night
when they will take the field
against the varsity gridders in an
effort to strengthen the defense of
the regulars for Saturday's game.
According to Coach Ray Fisher
the squad as a whole does not look
as strong as last season's yearling
eleven, a number of whom have
found places on the varsity this
season. There are several promis-
ing individuals, however, who are
expected to develop.

Just three days ago Michigan
By John Thomas football fans were occupying their
A football game between two idle moments with day dreams of a
teams otherwise equal will be won Western Conference gridiron cham-
by the side having the best kicker, pionship. Two hours of play against
Head Coach Harry Kipke has sai Chicago, and that dream had re-
over and over again. ceived a terrific jolt. Now, instead
Michigan has three coming kick- of the aged Big Ten saying of
ers this season in Tessmer, Ever- "Stagg fears Purdue" being heard,
hardus and Jack Heston. It was a new cry of "Kipke fears Ohio" is
the latter who gave the good ex- going the rounds.
hibition last Saturday against Chi-
cago. His boots pulled Michigan Of course there is no one that
out of several holes and forced the witnessed the Wolverine-Ma-
playing to the Maroon's territory roon game last Saturday who
most of the game. seriously believes for one mom-
Punting Surprises Fans ent that the Michigan eleven
J. Heston's punting has not been was playing at anywhere near
steady in practice but he surprised its top form against the boys
the fans by powerful punting in from the Midway. The major-
last week's game. Only one kick ity of the fans expect, and
was blocked and that was not his probably will get, a complete
fault. The remainder of his boots reversal of form against the
averaged close to 40 yards. Buckeyes.
Early in the second quarter of
the Chicago game, Birney fumbled The question that is worrying
one of Heston's punts and it was the Varsity coaches is just how
roed byHstMn'scphntandAftrasone much better the Wolverines must
recovered by Michigan. After be before they can take their sec-
line plunge Harry Newman, Michi- ond straight triumph from the
expert rifleman, shot a passcarlet and Gray. This week's
to the eight-yard line. Jack jump-ScrltianGay. Tikey eekig
ed high in the air closed one hand p actice sessions are likely to bring
over the ball and used the other out several changes in the Michi-
in a futile attempt to ward off the gan front, in an effort to piece to-
Maroon back who hit him as soon gether a team that will show more
as he caught the ball. This play drive and ability on the field than
set the Wolverines for their first was shown against the Staggmen.
score on the next play. By holding
on to the difficult pass, Heston Ohio State, even though it
marked himself as a capable pass lost to Vanderbilt in their in-
receiver. tersectional game of three days
Had Good Prep Record ago, looked impressive in de-
When Jack was selected as a feat. The highly touted Buck-
running mate for Stanley Fay, eye offense, which rolled up a
Saturday, it simply brought to- 67 to 7 score against-Cincinna-
gether the two halfbacks who play- ti in the opener, failed to get
ed side by side in their high school going against the Southerners
days at Northwestern in Detroit. until the final quarter, but
While playing in high school, when it did get started it
Heston won considerable fame as chalked up three successive
a broken field runner. He is fairly touchdowns.
fast and seems to have mastered
the knack of cutting in at the right Michigan's defense, with the ex
moment when he sweeps around ception of on one or two occasions
end. The outstanding character of was fairly strong against the Ma
his ball-carrying however is the roons. It is on offensive tactics an
way in which he fights for the ex- on blocking that the coaches wil
tra few inches after he is tackled. have to lay the stress this week i
It is not crawling, which is forbid- a powerful combination can b
den in the rules, but struggling for placed on the field against th
one extra step as he is being pull- Buckeyes. The Wolvernes have th
ed to the ground and his trick of material; what ft can do will b
stretching-out as he falls. demonstrated Saturday.


W. L. Pct.
Michigan ...........1 0 1.000
Purdue .............1 0 1.000
Chicago ..............0 1 .000
Illinois............0 1 .000
Indiana ............ 0 0 .000
Northwestern .......0 0 .000
Wisconsin: .......... 0 0 .000
Iowa................0 0 .000
Ohio ............... 0 0 .000
Minnesota.......... 0 0 .000
been unknown in their record fo
the past couple of seasons. The
outcome stamps the Wildcats a
the outstanding team in the Big
Ten, but after the Michigan-Buck
eye game this week-end, the out-
look may be a little more definite
The Columbus gridders uncover
ed a wealth of power in the las
half of the Vanderbilt game, and
the way they swept over thre
counters after the Vanderbilt driv
of the first session bodes no goo
for the Wolves when the two meet
Gophers Look Good
Minnesota didn't look so bad i
its little affair with Stanford, bu
after holding the coast men foi
three quarters they weakened t
allow a 13-0 victory for the Wes
Wisconsin was lucky last Satur
day when it held Alabama Poly t
a 7-7 tie, made possible only by th
return of a kickoff by Joe Linfa
for a 95-yard run for a touchdow

Michigan and Purdue top the
Big Ten teams now that the first
shot has been fired in the Confer-
ence battle for honors, but whether
this distinction will remain long is
a matter of conjecture. The Wolve's
listless 13-7 victory over the Ma-
roons while the Boilermakers were
scoring a single touchdown victory
over the Illini accounts for the
present status.
Wildcats in Spotlight
Northwestern, however, appears
to be holding the spotlight owing
to its stubborn upset of the Notre
Dame Rambler's string of 20 victor-
ies. It was no defeat for the South
Bend boys, but a scoreless tie has

Trojans and Cornhuskers Are
Prominent in West. [ H I GO F R
Is the "Big Three" slipping?liar- Fisher Stars as Varsity Team
y ard, Princeton and Yale, the tri- OvrhlsCuty lb
umvirate which has set the styles Overwhelms Country Club
in football for many years seem Aggregation.
to be having hard luck of late
against western and southern foes. The Varsity golf team won an
Michigan's two successive wins over overwhelming victory over the De-
Harvard, and last Saturday's third troit Country Club here Saturday
and most overwhelming victory by with a 18 1-2 5 1-2 score. Fisher,
Georgia over Yale, 26 to 7, seem brilliant sophomore was the indi-
to indicate that again the tied of vidual star of the match turning in
empire westward (or southward) a 71 for the course, one under par.
rolls. Fisher incidentally holds the course
While the Army conclusively de- record with a 68. His performance
feated Michigan State, 20 to 7, Saturday was featured by remark-
much may be said for the Spartan able putting.
performance. They were far in the The other members of the team,
lead during the early stages of the, finished with rather high scores
game and the fact that the Cadets playing for the individual holes
ended the game with an entirely rather than for a low total. The
different eleven from that which varsity was made up of Captain
started whereas State made but one Lenfesty, Fisher, Root, Loveland,
substitution from a limited reserve E. Dayton, O'Brien, Montague, and
list is perhaps the chief accounting Hand.
for the final result. The Detroit club made many wav-
Notre Dame must be concerned orable comments about the new
over the 34-0 beating which Pitts- university course.
burgh gave to West Virginia. Week In the all-campus tournament
after next the Panthers visit South yesterday, in the first flight Ber-
Bend and considering the Irish- gelin defeated Sweet one up. In the
men's scoreless tie of last Satur- only other match Fields defeated
day it is a question whether their Neahr four and three. Competition
35-19 victory can be duplicated. will be resumed to-morrow.
Nebraska and Kansas Aggfes ap-
pear as the leading Big Six conten-
ders. The Huskers displayed pOw- There will be a meeting of all
er in the Northwestern gameand candidates for the varsity wrest-
beat a strong Oklahoma team 13 to ling team at 7:30 tonight in the
r 0, whilethe Aggies took down Mis- Union. Clifford Keen.
esouri last week 20 to 7._________
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