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October 21, 1931 - Image 6

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eup Seen as man Is Benched in Scrimmag

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Al(ER RIPS OFF
SE LDNV RUN S
e Makes 60, 50, 40-Yard
uchdowns as Regulars
Are Stopped:
z Kipke sent his regulars
i a driving scrimmage yes-
against the freshman eleven
youngsters held the Varsity
until DeBaker was sent in
rhardus and proceeded to
through the yearlings for
ong runs that totaled 150
nd three touchdowns, the
res of the game.
.s Benched for Substitutes.
akeup of the Varsity is in
s Newman was pulled in
Tessmer when Harry's poor
>f plays made the offense
d. Tessmer then proceeded
the Varsity into a fighting
nd sent his backs around
1 off-tackle for important
.ewitt was used in place of
Hudson for most of the
game. His plung-
ing was one of
the few good
features of the
scrimmage as he
looked unusual-
ly good crashing
over guard and
tackle. In addi-
tion to Bill's
v ability as a line
plunger it was
necessary to get
Petoskey off the
ewitt bench. The pres-
his challenge for the left
tion has forced the coaches
aim.

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MAY GET OPPORTUNITY AT END fHSII! E
N DRIL[LEOBYWBE

Patchin, Former Center, Does
Well in Backfield for
Yearling Gridders.
A converted backfield man star-
red as the freshman football squad,
under the tutelage of backfield
Coach Wallie Weber, of the Varsity
eleven, learned a set of Illinois
plays last night to present to the
regulars.
The back was Arthur Patchin, of
Detroit, and a star lineman in his
high school days. Patchin entered
Detroit Central High as a freshman
and almost intantly, won a place
as center ,on the varsity, being the
only first year man to play regu-
larly. His work won favorable com-
ments from the local sport writers
and in his last two seasons at Cen-
tral he received mention on several
of the honor squads. He captained
the eleven in his senior year and
due to strength in the line, was
shifted to the backfield on several
occasions, with great success.
Three-Sport Man.
Patchin teamed with Ted Chap-
man, varsity tackle here, and the
two occupied the defense positions
on the prep hockey team. Art also
played baseball, working as both a
pitcher and catcher with equal
ability.
It was when the yearling team
lacked powerful backs that Patchin
was shifted from the line position
where he had shown up quite cred-
itably. He did a very good piece of
work in backing up the line in a
scrimmage against the "B" team
last week and in the drill last night
he further distinguished himself as
a ball carrier, while he also looked
good as a pass receiver on several
occasions.
Will Scrimmage Varsity.
Just when the freshman team
will display the Illinois attack is
problematical, and although they
merely ran through a drill in front
of Kipke's men last night, there is
no surety that they will actually
take the field against the varsity.
While this team, which was large-
ly the pick of the first year grid-
ders was running through the Illi-
ni attack, two elevens were picked
from the yearlings to oppose the
varsity and the "B" team defen-
sively. The mxiore experienced squads
naturally ripped large holes in the
freshman team but the under-dogs,
out-weighed, and out-equipped,
managed to make a capable show-
ing.

SEE POSSIBILITY OF RING MAT
BETWEEN DEMPSEY AND SC
Max Would Be Forced tE Alter For every fightl
Present Style to Meet climb towards th
Manassa Mauler. Schmeling has re
to some degree.
By John Thomas Uzcudun he deve
With rumors current that Jack low crouch to war
Dempsey is serious about his tour house swings of th
of the country as a means of pre- Stribling he did n
paring for a comeback engagement but an aggressive
condition and hitt
next sZiner against some leading the Georgian's. H
heavyweight candidate, possibly mes.
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C a r n cer a, andthen chalenging
Schur ing 7 for ' the title, fight fans
are wondering if Schmeling will
again change his style over night.
Reports from Europe show that
Schmeling himself believes that his
next fight will be against the for-
mer champion. Reports of Demp-
scy's successful fights coming up
from the South and from the West
Coast have led fight fans all over
the country to speculate as to the
outcome if such a battle should
take place.
Change of Style?.
The general idea, or hope, is that
Jack would find Max's style partic-
ularly adapted to him. Schmeling
has stepped in and kept hitting in
his other battles and this is made
to order for Dempsey's attack.
Schmeling is young; he has brains
enough to know how to take care
of himself; and he can hit alnd is
tough. But outside of his natural
ability the important thing is that
he has brains.

Will Watch
This forethoug
study will be apps
steps into the fin
He will devise a
hardest for Jack D
est for Max Schm
doubtedly watch t
pions in severalI
the kind of a fig
Dempsey. He is n
in and fight the k
easiest for his o
BASKETBA
All those inter
out with the Va
team will pleas
Intramural bui:
Wednesday, or
nings at 7:30
bring your own
Frank]

JHMELINGUNI RD
he has had in his
he championship, IORK ON D INSE
vamped his style
Against Paulino Bees Scheduled to Meet Olivet
loped a startling in Second Home Game
rd off the round- Here Saturaay.
e Basque. Against
ot use the crouch , Spurred on by the 6 to 0 defeat
fight, pitting his handed them by Ohio State B team
ing power against
=e was right both last Saturday, the Michigan jay-
vees went to work in earnest yes-
Dempsey. terday polishing up the plays to be
ht and careful used against the Olivet team here
larent again if he
ig with Dempsey. Saturday afternoon.
method that is Feeling the need of more power
)empsey and easi- in the backfield, Coach Courtright
eling. He will un- is planning on drawing some of his
he former chain- linemen out of the front rank and
fights and decide transferring them into backfield
ht that will beat men. Meldman, a tackle, will go to
ot going to wade fullback; additional linemen wh)
ind of fight that's may be made over into backs arc
pponent. Hazen, end; and McGuire, tackle.
Need Punch.
Saturday the B's pushed the ball
LL NOTICE to the Ohio State three yard line
ested in working in the final quarter and then lost
rsity basketball it on downs, showing that thery
e report to the was some needed punch lacking.
ld rep ort dayth The team was also on the Ohio
Thusdy onda, State nine yard line in the second
o'clock Pl period, but, failing to gain, Bre-
quipment .ease men attempted a place kick, but
un C. Capenit was wide of the uprights.
o aph., Most of the week will be spent
Coach. on perfecting an offense to be used
(Continued on Page 7)
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end FyP L. pETOSKE,
Sophomore end on the 1ichigan Varsity squad, who may get his long
awaited chance for a regular berth on the left flank with the shiftinel
of Bill Hewitt to fLull. Ted is a capable receiver as well as a speedy man
to get down under punts. He took several fine tosses from Tessmer in

laker Scores Three Times.
aker circled the end for all
>f his long runs. Dee does not
der way as fast as he might,
the time he crosses the line
mmage he is a hard man to
His first gallop was made
I his own right end and then
back through the secondary
e using a hard stiff-arm and
ige of pace.
second jaunt came directly
:ipke had benched Newman
ut in Tess-
He circled
.t end this
vith practi- :. .
to interfer
nd out-ran
vould-be;'
an tackl
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Power This Season

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Wolves Realize illin Wl
Be Formidable Foes.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton

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field and
>ped and
ssed the.
the year-
n. At one
looked as
sere cor- DeBaker
the safety man came up
him and two freshmen
on the sides but DeBaker
tp speed and out-ran the
is side and slid away from
stretched arms of the safe-
His third score came late
crimmage session and this
interference helped him.
ee runs were of 60, 50, and
IMAGE SALE ,:

. There are few soft spots in the
life of a football coach, and Harry
Kipke, mentor of the Wolverines,
is finding it out after the drubbing'
Michigan took at the hands of Ohio
State last Saturday. No sooner are
the Buckeyes out of the way than
he has to start prepping his team
for the Illinois engagement this
week-end, and prospects aren't any
too bright.
Before the present season be-
gan, Michigan fans were won-
dering who would beat the vet-
eran Maize and Blue aggrega-
tion. Now, after two 'unimpres-
sive exhibitions by the team,
the same fans are beginning to
worry over the possibilities of
a second straight defeat, this
time at the hands of the Illini.
While such an event is far from
an impossibility, the Michigan
team will be entering this week's
game with a fairly definite knowl-
edge of the opposition it will be
(Continued on Page 7)

HURON HARRIERS
HERE THURSDAY
YPSILANTI, Mich., Oct. 20.-(/P)-
Michigan Normal's cross-country
team, Central and State intercolle-
giate champions, will meet the vet-
eran University of Michigan squad
in Ann Arbor, Thursday afternoon
instead of Saturday, it was an-
nounced Monday by Coach Lloyd
W. Olds.
Coach Olds agreed to the change
which was requested by Charles
(Doc) Hoyt, Wolverine coach, whoj
is also trainer for the Michigan
football squad, to allow the latter
opportunity to accompany the grid-
ders to Champaign where they will
meet the University of Illinois on
Saturday.
In the two previous years, Nor-
mal has conquered the Wolverines
at Ann Arbor and this year's meet
was to be in Ypsilanti until it was
changed with the agreement that
the run will be staged over the local
course in 1932.

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