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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1931

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

.O2PAGJ TaH1t

Wolverlines

Finish

Preparations

for

Tiger

Fray

BLOCKING SESSION
FEATUREOF DRILL
Squad of Thirty Men Will Take
Train This Afternoon for
Princeton.
Michigan's g r i d i r o n warriors
wound up their home preparations
for the battle with Princeton yes-
terday with another light workout.
The squad, thirty strong, will en-
train this afternoon at 5 o'clock
for the east.
Determined that he will have a
strong blocking combination on the
field against the Tigers, Coach
Kipke worked his men for close to
an hour polishing up on this im-
p o r t a n t fundamental. Although
there were times when the fresh-
men found little trouble in slicing
through the Varsity backs, the cali-
ber of the work displayed was vast-
ly improved over that of a week
ago.
Petoskey at End.
The linemen were also given a
short charging drill: The coaches
Are attempting to get the forward
wall to start quickly and thereby
get the jump on the opposing first
line of defense.
Coach Oosterbaan spent t h e
greater 'part of the afternoon
teaching Petoskey the tricks of the
end playing trade. With Hewitt
now a backfield fixture, the job of
holding down the right end duties
devolves upon this sophomore star.
Petoskey's play in the Illinois game
has practically cinched the position
for him.
Polish up Passing.
The varsity backs, behind a re-
serve line, spent considerable time
in polishing up their forward pass-
ing attack against the "B" team.
Newman, Hewitt, and Renner, the
latest addition to the Varsity squad,
alternated at the throwing end.
Everhardus, Tessmer and Heston,
the men injured in the Indian bat-
tle were back in uniform today.
The entire squad that will make
the trip to Princeton took a look at
the Tiger plays as demonstrated by
a freshman eleven. Unless Al Wit-
mer, former Princeton star and
present coach, has a few tricks up
his sleeve, it looks very much like
a blue Saturday for the New Jer-
sey lads, since the freshmen could
m a k e n o headway whatsoever
against the varsity using the cur-
rent assortment.

BIG LEAGUE HOCKEY TEAMS START
TRAINING FOR OPENING OF SEASON

DANIELS IS THIRD
VARSITY FLANKER

Associiated Press Photo

Ebbie
ALL-CAMPUS GOLF
IN QUARTERFINALS
Tourney Should Go Into Finals
by This Weekend.
Play in the second and third
flights of the All-Campus golf tour-
nament is now divided about half
way between the quarter and semi-
final braces. With ordinary prompt-
ness this week-end should see the
play of the finals.
On the consolation side of thel
second flight, however, Bunting
and Gustin have yet to play their
match to decide who will meet
Gross in the quarters. Kitch and
Kelley are already this far advanc-
ed and should meet this week some
time.
On the victorious side of this
flight, Fryer and Thayer are match-
ed for the remaining quarter-final
round. Pratt defeated Gluck to go
to the semis and await the winner
of the above match.
Furst of the third flight defeat-
ed Koch five and four to reach the
semi-finals and will play the win-
ner of the quarter match between
Shetter and Wellman. On the con-
solation side Dotts by a win over
Pond and Cowan who defeated
Mussey are paired for the semis al-
ready.'
Play in this tourney has been
rather close and resulted in several
defeats on the last greens, which
seems to point to a fast finish in

The opening of the National
Hockey League, two-weeks from to-
night will find only eight teams
answering the starting siren. Four
clubs will be in each circuit, one
under the number of the past two
seasons. This situation and the
playoff schedule which schedules
six clubs is bound to create more
competition. Ottawa and Phila-
delphia are the clubs which have
withdrawn from the circuit and
their players are split up among
the remaining teams.
Detroit Looks Strong.
Numerous cnanges promise to
make the Detroit Falcons a more
formidable team. They have se-
cured Doug Young, sensational de-
fense man from the Cleveland In-
dians, and Frank Peters, who show-
ed ability in a tryout with the Ran-
gers late in 1930. George Hay, vet-
eran center has been appointed to
manage the Olympics, the Detroit
minor league entry and he should
be a capable coach for the younger
men.
Ebbie Again A Threat.
Much is expected of Ebbie Good-
fellow, star center-ice man, who
created a sensation last year by
finishing runner up to Howie Mor-
enz in the scoring race while play-
ing with an inferior team. Good-
fellow led untilthe last month
when troubled by injuries and over-
work he was passed by Morenz.
The release of Reg Noble, veteran
defense man is another good move.
Noble was outwearing his useful-
ness and didn't get along any too
well with the other boys. Harvey
Rockburn, colorful but rather use-
less defense man has also been
dropped, along with Bernie Brophy,
veteran forward. Shovel-Shot Car-
son Cooper has been named cap-
tain in Noble's stead.
CHICAGO- The Chicago stadium
hopes to get the 10-round bout be-
tween Primo Carnera and King
Levinsky, Jewish heavyweight from
the west side, when they clash the
night of November 17.
Large offers are attending the
proposed comeback tour of Jack
Dempsey, f o r m.e r heavyweight
champion of the world, indicating
that the fight promoters feel that
he can draw crowds as of yore.
the finals. Play has been on the
University golf course as have all
the campus golf events, thus giving
the contestants a real field of bat-
tle.

With Hewitt in the backfield now,,
Coach Kipke has placed greater
responsibility for reserve duties in
the flank positions upon the
shoulders of Norman Daniels.
In football Norm has had exper-
ience at fullback and at end. In
h i s sophomore
year he substitut-
ed in the Har-
vard game f o r
Hudson and Mor-
rison. But he saw'.
the most service
at the flank
where he was
used in the Illi-
nois and Minnes-j
ota games. He
played his best
game against Io-
wa that year Daniels
when he did more than his share
in stopping the hard-running Pape
and Glasgow.
Regular Last Year.
Last season started with Daniels
and Hewitt at the ends for the Var-
sity. Hewitt broke his ankle in the
Michigan State game and Norm
injuried his shoulder so that he
was out of the lineup from the Pur-
due game until the Illini contest.
Daniels never wholly recovered
from this injury until after the
basketball season. Consequently he
was unable to see much service for
the Wolverines at end. He did
however play a part of the Illinois
and other games, but his shoulder
would not allow a full game. His
injury gave Cox and Williamson
their chance to play end last year
and the latter is holding down the
right end position now.
Not in Old Form.
Norm has never seemed to re-
cover his old form, that which won
him a regular birth at the opening
of last year. He is an erratic pass
receiver, sometimes making catches
in Oosterbaan's style and on other
occasions letting simple passes to
slip through his fingers. He is a
hard man to take out defense.
NEW YORK-Benny Friedman,
f o r m e r Michigan All-American
quarterback, is going to play pro-
fessional football again this season
with the New York Giants of the
National League.

Shoulder Injury Forced.
Out Last Season After
Had Regular End.

Norm
He

TODAY'S SPEEDBALL
GAMZES
4:15-Phi Kappa Sigma vs.
Theta Xi.
Pi Lambda Phi vs. Delta
Upsilon.
Tau Kappa Epsilon vs.
Phi Kappa Psi.
5:15-Phi Beta Delta vs. Beta
Sigma Psi.
Phi Lambda Kappa vs.
Delta Alpha Epsilon.
Alpha Omega vs. Lamb-
da Chi Alpha.
TWO PLEBE LINES
TO FACE JAYVEES
Coach Fisher Stiffens Defense
of Freshman Team.
In preparation for a scrimmage
with the Junior Varsity this after-
noon, Coach Ray Fisher yesterday, 1
put the yearling squad through a
fight workout in an effort to per-
fect a defense to stop the line
bucks of Meldman and Schmidt.
Fisher will use at least two com-
plete lines in the game, depending
on fresh material to stop these big
ground gainers who tore through
the Olivet eleven last Saturday.
The probable starting line-up for
the scrimmage is as follows: ends,
Ward and Swartz; tackles, Hildi-
brand and Jacobson; guards, Dux-
berry and Pomeroy; center, Ford;
quarterback, Whitmore; h a 1 f s,
Shaw and Garrels; and fullback,
Frankowski. None of these players
will participate in the entire game,
~

Positions as Managers
Are Open to Students
According to Harvey Rasmussen,
manager of the varsity basketball
team,- very little interest has been
shown by sophomores and second
semester freshmen with a view to-
ward trying out for the basketball
managership.
Although the sophomore jobs
themselves carry no immediate re-
ward, an excellent opportunity to
work up to one of the four junior
and two senior positions is afford-
ed. The junior managers are taken
on "B" team trips.
Any student interested is urged
to report to Rasmussen at the In-
tramural building on either Wed-
nesday or Thursday night at 7:30.
For those not interested in play-
ing, or perhaps not able to play,
this sort of work affords an excell-
ent chance to become intimately
acquainted with the athletic situa-
tion, coaches, and players.

Pg[ w o G INBOB GROVE
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.--A)--Rob-
ert Grove, who turned in a record-
breaking pitching year for the
Philadelphia Athletics, has been
selected as the American league's
most valuable player for 1931.
The celebrated southpaw of the
former world champions receives
the distinction by vote of a com-
mittee of eight members of the
baseball writers' association of
America, announced today by Wil-
liam J: Slocum of New York, presi-
dent.
Grove topped the list by a wide
margin. He received 78 points ouc
of a possible 80. Lou Gehrig, first
baseman of the New York Yan-
kees, finished second with 59.

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