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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1931

THE MICHIAN DATILY

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Wolverine

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Prepare for

Princeton

Game

CAPTAIN HUDSON PLACED AT HALFBACK
Everhardus, Tessmer, and Heston on Injured
List Following Illinois Encounter;
Petoskey at End.

Wolverine Offense
Stuns Illini Fans
Hewitt Provides Spark Needed
to Set Varsity in Motion,

WILOCATS APPEAR
HEADED FOR TITLE
Win Over Ohio Makes Them

FAVORITES EMERGE VICTORIOUS
IN SATURDAY'S GRID CONTEST
Harvard, Penn, Cornell, Colum- tions. The game ended a draw at
bia, N.Y.U., Brown, and 6-6, both scores being made during
Syracuse Unbeaten. the last quarter. The contest was
marred by the serious injury of
Saturday's verdicts in football Sheridan, an Army player, who
games all over the country came as broke his neck tackling a Yale run-

SPEEDBALL TEAMS
IN LEAGUE FINALS
Eleven Interfraternity Squads
Undefeated; Last Year's
Champs Look Strong.

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Michigan's football eleven was in high spirits yesterday afternoon
as it started practice for its first game with Princeton university in half
a century. Hewitt, the man who supplied the punch in Saturday's rout
of the Illini at Urbana, was in his -____-----
new post at fullback.I
Among the halfbacks was Cap-
tain Roy Hudson, who was forcedk
out of the Illinois game by injuries.
After Bill Hewitt's remarkably
showing against B o b Zuppke's
fighting Illini, Coach Harry Kipke
could not shift the burly brute
from Bay City back to his old end Carey Appointed to Fill Place
post, so it looks as if the Wolverine
captain might be listed among the Vacated by Veteran
halfbacks for the remainder of his Brooklyn Pilot.
college football days.
Hewitt Rips Illini Line. The announcement of Wilbert
Not only did Hewitt rip through Robinson's resignation, last week,
the Indian line for long gains, reel- as manager of the Brooklyn Na-
ing off much more yardage than t o n a I League baseball t e a m
the entire opposing team, but he brought to a conclusion a three
supplied the winning spirit which year fued betwen Robinson and
has been lacking since the start of Steven McKeever, secretary-treas-
the season. Ever since the opening urer of the club.
game Mentor Kipke has been
searching his lineup for a leader, Robinson reached his heights
and now he has discovered what he when his team won the pennant
has been looking for in the person in 1920, only to lose the World Ser-
of Bill Hewitt. ies to the Cleveland Indians. The
Three of Michigan's backs receiv- Superbas never reached champion-
ed injuries in. Saturday's visit to ship form again under Robbie and
Illinois territory although none of with the repeated failures of the
them are serious. The injured play- team to reach high position, Mc-
ers are Tessmer, whose back trou- Keever, then a heavy stockholder
ble was brought on again; Jack accused the rotund pilot of mis-
Heston, who sustained slight side management, and recommended
injuries; and Everhardus, who also retirement. Robbie held on how-
is suffering with a side ailment. 'ever and this season led the team
All three of these men are expected home in fourth position after a
to be back in the game by today or phenomenally poor start. This up-
tomorrow. set, when pre-seasondopecalled
the Robins pennant prospects, and
Newman at Quarter. the long hard campaign may have
With Hewitt in the fullback posi- had much to do in influencing Rob-
tion yesterday, Hudson and Fay at inson to relinquish the reins.
the halves and Newman at quarter Max Carey, coach of the Robins
rounded out the backfield. Petos- and formerlya star outfielder with
key, who played a great game at Pittsburgh has been named to th(
end on Saturday, was at the flank post. He was noted as a base steal-
post usually held down by Hewitt. er.
Williamson, was at the other _end
of the line. FACULT Y GOLFERS
Coach Kipke spent considerable WIND UP SEASOA
time yesterday in perfecting the
running attack from an unbalanc- Two flights in the fall faculty
ed line formation, with six of the golf tournament on the Intramura
linemen on one side of the centers. oraena hebnam .a
This attack was used to a consid- sports calendar have been com
erable extent against the Illini pleted and only the final mat
whenthebal wa ner te sde-in the other remains. This will
when the ball was near the side- close the first event on the faculty
lines, calendar for this season and deter-
A goodly amount of attention mine the winners of three more
was directed on a lateral pass play trophy cups.
with Petoskey coming back for th( Perhaps the most interesting
ball and then tossingit over to Fay match of the meet was that be-
who skirted the flank. tween Cissell and Niehuss, the for-
mer winning to take the champion.
ship flight. The final card was 4-3
TODAY'S SPEEDBALL but this is no fair indication of
GAMES the play. Cissell made a cool 80
4:15--Phi Kappa Sigma vs. turning in 11 pars and one birdie
Kappa Delta Rho. while Niehuss trailed with an 82
Pm Lambda Phi vs. Phi Gai- including six par holes and twc
ma Delta. birdies.
Tau Kappa Epsilon vs. Kappa In the first flight Hardy and Ed-
N.Bdy have a match left to play.
5:15--Phi Beta Delta vs. Delta _______________________

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By Sheldon C. Fullerton ravoes, Badgers to
Congratulations are in order! Meet Minnesota.
Congratulations for Coach Harry With another week-end of foot-
Kipke and his whole band of fight-
ing Wolverines, who shocked the ball to look back upon, the West-
entire Western Conference Satur- ern Conference championship race
day when they crushed Illinois, 35 is reduced to four possible conten-
to 0, after one of the reversals of tiers and the Wildcats victory over
form ever exhibited by a Michigan
team. the Buckeyes places them at the
top of the preference list.
Individually the team pro- Northwestern did about as ex-

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duced several stars war ,were
thorns in the sideof the In-
dians throughout the entire
game, but it was collectively, as
a team, that the Varsity were
really impressive in their vic-
tory. For the first time this
year they played football as

pected in bowling over the Ohio
Stage eleven, but now with Illinois
on its card for next Saturday fol-
lowed by Minnesota, Indiana and
Iowa the Hanley-coached outfit
appears to be headed toward at
least a share of the Big Ten hon-
ors.

they can play it, and the final
result was no more than can be
expected when everything is ,
considered.
Down at Urbana they are still
stunned. Pre-game hopes, which
were running high over the Illinois
campus the night before the game,
were dashed to earth in those first
few minutes, when Hewitt led the
Wolverines 55 yards down the field
for a touchdown. There was still
fight left in the Indians and the
rooters when Petoskey's kick sailed
over the cross-bars for the extra
point, but when Fay plunged over
for the second score the crowd al-
most visibly sunk into its lethargy.

Credit must go to Bob Zup-
pke and his eleven, however,
for the fight they showed at
the start of the second half.
Facing almost insurmountable
odds, the Illini came back in
the third period to hold the
Wolverines as harmless as they
themselves had been held in
the first half. Shortly after the
opening of the final period; the
Wolverines again started to
plough through their oppon-
ents, and from that time on
Illinois never had a chance.
Illinois students and Alumni will
be a long time in forgetting the
work of Bill Hewitt in the game
against their Alma Mater. Hewitt;
by this pile-driver plunges through
the Illinois tackles, and his sensa-
tional bits of open field running
when returning kickoffs, wept a
long way in wiping out the stigma
of Grange's four first period gal-
lops for touchdowns against the
Maize and Blue in 1924.
Hewitt, should he continue to
play in the remaining games of
the year as he played against
the Zuppkemen, looms as a
surprise possibility for an All-
American, fullback post. In Sat-
urday's contest he proved to be.
the spark that set all the po-
tential strength of the Wolver-
ines into motion as a smooth
working gridiron machine.

Gophers Crush Hawks.
Minnesota's devastating triumphY
over the Hawkeyes, 34-0, came asi
somewhat of a surprise. Kizer's,
eleven will clash with Wisconsin
this coming Saturday in one of the
outstanding contests of the day.
Neither team has any kind of an
edge and the Badgers are back on1
earth again after taking a 27-131
beating from Pennsylvania.
Although there were no startling
upsets, brilliant return to form of'
the Wolverines in piling up a 35-0
score on the Illini marks the bid1
of Michigan for a possible share of
Big Ten honors. A continuance of:
their play of last week may give the
Wolves an opportunity to meet the
Wildcats in a championship post-
season game at Soldiers held. The
Wolves travel to Princeton this
week, a team which has been buf-
feted about considerably by the
other elevens in the East.
Indiana Finally Wins.
Indiana's eleven rolled up anoth-
er 32-6 triumph over the hapless
Chicago Maroons, the Hoosier's
first victory over the Midway team
in 20 years of rivalry. This win
places an interesting note around
the Indiana-Ohio State game this
coming Saturday, although the
Buckeyes continue to hold the
odds. Iowa will play host to the
G e o r g e Washington University
eleven in the second intersectional
contest on the card for this week.
Northwestern's victory over the
Buckeyes came as a result of a 50-
yard run through the entire Buck-
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a direct contrast to the results o ner head on.
the games of a week ago. There Pittsburgh forced Notre Dame Speedball competition on the in-
were few upsets, and most of the into an aerial attack for a 25 to 12 ter-fraternity card of the Intram-
favored teams came through hand- victory, the Panthers scoring the ural calendar closed last week with
ily. . first points against the South Bend 11 teams undefeated to date. The
Featuring the Eastern schedule machine this year. Michigan State play this week being to determine
was the thrilling tie which was the achieved a rather unsakisfactorypth sw
final outcome of the Army-Yale revenge for a 1930 defeat by de- the six league winners, this would
clash. Although both teams threat- feating Georgetown 6-0, the touch- indicate that the competition for
ened during the last half of the down coming as the result of a these honors is going to be keen.
game, desperate scoring attempts costly fumble. Alpha Kappa Lambda, last year's
went for nothing, owing to the de- In the South, Tulane set down
fensive ability of both aggrega- Georgia Tech's "Golden Tornado" winners and all-around champions,
easily and extended her bid for an- are on the list with two wins and
YEARLINGS LEARN o t h e r Southern championship. appear to be the strongest team
Tennessee met unexpected opposi- in the race. Theta Xi also has two
PRINCETON PLAYS tion-from the North Carolina "Tar- wins and are in the same league,
heels," but finally came out on the which means they have plenty of
With a new bunch of players long end of a 7-0 score to establish whic means the hv pty of
running through Princeton plays herself as Tulane's rival for South- work cut out for them to stay in
in preparation for work with the ern honors. Smith, a star end for the meet.
varsity the balance of the week, Georgia, accounted for all of the Pi Lambda Phi and Delta Upsi-
nine points scored by Georgia and lon have clean slates but each
Coach Ray Fisher sent the balance defeated Vanderbilt by that mar- house has played but one game.
of his squad through a stiff scrim- gin. Lafayette sprung a surprisehdpKo g
mage last night. On Thursday af- when they defeated a powerful Tau Kappa Epsilon and Kappa Nu
ternoon, the freshmen will engage Washington and Jefferson aggre- however are in the two-victory
the "B" team in a regulation game. gation 21-0. Washington and Lee class as are Beta Sigma Psi and
Although this will be more than surprised her ancient rival, Vir- Delta Kappa Epsilon. These group-
just a scrimmage, Fisher plans to ginia, to win 18 to 0. ings point to close and interesting
use about 25 men in the game in. In the West, Nebraska eliminated play this week.
order to get a line on his best ma- Kansas from the Big Six race by Phi Lambda Kappa is the re-
terial instead of just looking over a narrow margin of six points. One maining double win member of the
a few. The startling team will prob- 46-yard drive in five plays deter- list while Delta Alpha Epsilon and
ably be composed of the men who mined the Southern California- Alpha Omega belong by virtue of
have been working with the Varsity California contest in favor of the their respective lone wins. Perhaps
during the past two weeks, with the former university. By their specta- some of the houses Nsitn but one
exception of Beckwith and Schultz, cular march down the field, the victory would be further advanced
backs, who are leaving school.' Trojans took their fourth confer- if the Open House dates last week
Beckwith, who won All-Southern ence victory and the undisputed had not interfered with several
recognition in high school at Mia- leadership of the West Coast. days of scheduled play.
mi, Florida, has shaped up well
against the Varsity. His loss will
be felt keenly as he is one of the
best backs on the freshman squad. dQS p lyStore
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ofIllinois. Schultz was named all-
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