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November 18, 1931 - Image 6

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Plans Evening Session
Mid-Semesters Take
Toll for Aftcinoo-:.
an Shows Old Time Skill
startng Passes: DeBaker
Sti~rs a: ReceA r-'.
sing offense tactics almost
y Coach Harry G. Kipke sent
olverine gridders through a
vorkout yesterday afternoon
t a picked fresimen eleven,
practice session that was
ned throughout with rain.
ssing Stressed Yesterday.
ing was the order of the day
3arry Newman handling the
f the work on the starting
the heavies. After using a
rushing game as
much as possible
last Saturday
against Stprte in
she mud and rain,
which ma d e it
;mpossible to use
a passing attack,
it appears that
Michigan is going
;o take to the air
against Minneso-
Newman was
ewman getting his passes
.h a good deal of success and
cy in spite of the first year
nd tackles who rushed in on
,most every time. The Wol-

Gopher Quarterback




Spartans Look for Revenge
Three Defeats in Last
Four Meetings.


(Asspciated Press Photo.)
Kenny MacDougall weighs only
150 pounds, but he is one of the
most sensational ball carriers and
pass receivers in Big Ten football
this fall. He quarterbacks t h e
husky Minnesota team.


Form Shown by Beginners

e quarterback got the ball as Coach Philbin Works
in reach of the receiver on al-I. Out With Squad.
every attempt. The receivers
ed a great deal of adeptness Middleweights, welterweights, and
natching the ball out of the lightweights seem to have an edge
nd after gettmg the pass were over the other candidates for the
to evade the yearling, backs, class boxing teams, recent workouts
Hugh the blocking of their show. There are considerable more
s was not all that it could in numbers and have a decided
been. edge in ability.
eBaker Saines in Workout. Coach Let Philbin had been work-
Baker was on the receiving end .ing with the groups for four or five
any of the passes and by his weeks. He has given to them the
I footwork was able to shake fundamentals of boxing and has
the purkiwas.abWi th akn sent some of the beginners into the
~he pursuing backs, With an ring to show their stuff under fire
ovement in in the first practices.
oterference More beginners are urged to come
h, should be a' out for the intramural sport in
zcoming t h eWaterman gymnasium. Freshmen
ck will be in wil be excused from regular gym
llent s h a p e work when they report to Coach
the Gophers, Philbin, Dr. May announced.
with the de-_
e functioning Purdue Fans Pleased
has in the ..
few games With Charity Choice
lld prove, to (Spvcigal to The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, nd., Nov. 17.-Sel-
nore than a dom has any announcement creat-
h for t h e DeBaker ed as much excitement among Pur-
from the North. due. football fans as that made
ile Kipke was drilling his' Sunday afternoon in Chicago fol-
ges in the offensive depart- I lowing .the scheduling of the Boil-
of the game, Coaches Cappon ermakers to meet Northwestern,
Weber were working with Pe- undefeated Big Ten title contender,
y on perfecting the place- in a post-season charity game at
so as to make those points Soldiers' Field on November 28.
touchdown more certain. Pe-
y has been very consistent in "Rip" Slusser, North Carolina
ng the extra point this fall' halfback, scored three touchdowns
ng good on nearly every try. 1tach in the games against Wake
Exams Interrupt Practice. Forest and N. C. State.
cause of a number of mid-
ster examinations which are
:uled for this afternoon the
lar daily practice session will
eld in Yost Field house this
ing. Although the basketball
has already been put in place
he center of the building, the
squad will hold its drills in one
he ends.
til Tessner, regular quarter-
who received an injury to his
Ider in the Indiana game, is
carrying his arm in a sling
it does not seem likely that he
be ready for action this Sat-
y for the homecoming encoun-

Little letdown in practice is ex-
pected in either the Michigan State1
or University of Detroit footballl
camps for the remainder of this
week inasmuch as the game be-!
tween the two schools Saturday is
considered a crucial contest by
Beaten in three of the last four
games and tied last season, Coach
Jimmy Crowley and his Michigan
I State roughriders are determined
to settle a little matter of honor
with the Hilltoppers in a big way.
State Has Good Backs.
It doesn't seem reasonable to
suppose that a team with the hard
driving backfield line possessed by
the East Lansing boys can be held
scoreless for two consecutive games.
If the Titans expect to come out,
on the long end of the count Sat-F
urday they will have to dig into
their bag of tricks and uncover a
few scoring plays.
Michigan State boasting the best
team turned out in the Capitol City
in many years came through the
hard Wolverine contest in fine
shape and are fully prepared toE
throw everything at their disposal
into the fray.
Teams Have Two Defeats.
Both teams have two defeats and
one scoreless tie on the wrong side
of their ledger for their season's
work. Detroit bowed to DePauw
in a hastily organized early season
game and then took a terrific beat-
ing at the hands of the powerful7
Fordham eleven 39-9. Playing on
a muddy field last week they fought
Villanova to a scoreless tie.
State's two defeats came at the
hands of the Army, 20-7, and Syra-
cuse, 15-10, while they tied Michi-
gan last week, 0-0, also on a mud-
dy field.
Spartans Have Scoring Punch.
Although the 100-0 score piled
up by the Spartans against Ripon
must be taken for exactly what its
worth, still it cannot be denied that
it takes a pretty powerful offense
to accumulate such a total, no mat-
ter what the opposition may be.
Detroit will rely on "Rocky" Par-
saca, the brilliant triple threat
quarterback for its offensive punch,
while State will depend on their,
two flashy backfield stars, Monnett I
and Eliowitz. Parsaca, with his
educated toe, will be the man to I
watch and the three points which I
he is apt to garner at any time via I
the field goal route may prove the
deciding factor.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov.17.
- P)- K e n n e t h MacDougall,
3 innesota's midget quarterback,
has an injured knee which may
keep him out of the Michigan
game Saturday. Tackle Marshall
Wells and Center Ray are ex-
pected to be in shape for Michi-

By Sheldon C. Fullerton.
Can a football team pose six regu-
lars, including Iwo tackles, two
guards, a center, a fullback; and a
quarterback, by graduation, and
still be as good the next year? On
the face of it the answer would ap-
pear to be no, but Michigan's pros-
pectsafor nextyear, even despite
the fact that the Wolverines will
lose these men, point to another
strong team representing the Maize
and Blue.
Captain Sol Hudson, iltely
installed as tho re:;iar quar-
Iterback atter haviigg served as
both fullback and halfback
earlier in the season, and Bill
Hewitt, former end who is now
seeing duty at the fullback
post, are the men that will be
missing from Michigan's back-
field next year. Both of them
are capable ball carriers and
excellent defensive men.
Michigan's line from tackle to
tackle will also graduate. Both Tom
Samuels and Howard Auer, veteran
tackles of three
. .years' experience,
. f w:ill be playing
their last game
for Michigan
against Wiscon-
sin on November
.128. Omar LaJeu-
nesse and Stan
Hozer, a pair of
sturdy guards,
will also be miss-
S:ng next season,
.v h i le Maynard
'Doe" Morrison,
t h e Wolverines'
Hudson sensational pivot
man, has only two more games to
play for the Maize and Blu.
How will the Michigan team
stack up next year? At ends
there will probably be Ted Pe-
toskey and Ivan Williamson,
two of the greatest flankmen
in the Western Conference.
Goldsmith and Wistert, the
former a junior and the latter
a sophomore, both of whom
have seen considerable exper-
icr-ce this year, will be the
logical candidates for the guard

Charles Bernard, a highly touted
all-state center who has been forc-
ed to play second fiddle to Morri-
son throughout the present season,
is the man likely to fill the center
position on next year's eleven. Great
things are expected of Bernard be-
fore he finally concludes his ath-
letic career at Michigan.
In the backfield prospects are
also fairly bright, only the full-
back post remaining open. StanS
Fay, Jack Heston, and Herman
Everhardus all return for half-
back duty, while Michigan's
two quarterbacks, Tessmer and
Newman, will also -be on the
squad. Fullback may be filled
by Rod Cox or some member
of either the Junior Varsity,
freshman, or physical educa-
tion teams.

One suggestion that has been
heard on several sides is the pos-
sibility of shifting Petoskey to full-
back and replacing him at end by
Willis Ward, the giant Negro star
'who has made such a name for
himself in high school football and
as a member of the freshman team
here. Ward is a big boy, the fastest
man on the squad, and an excellent
end. Petoskey on several occasions
has shown considerable skill in
carrying the ball, and such a shift
would be far from impossible or
undesirable from a Michigan view-

CAPPPON CHANGES 50,000 Fns Epected
PRACTICE SCENE at Gopher-Ohio Game
Michigan's basketball squad of MINNESOTA, Nov. 17.-(-P)4Uni-
19 men went into its permanent versiy of Minnesota officials said
home Monday, when it transferred today they expected from 40.000 to
its activities from the intramural 50,000 persons to see the Minnesota
sports building to the Yost field Ohio State charity football gami
house. The squad included four here Nov. 28.
hle. Tesfouadmofudedf9urReservations came in yesterday
letter men, four men of the 1930 for 3,000 seats. Athletic officials'
"B" team and 11 sophomores. have suspended the usual free list,
Eveland, Weiss. Petrie and Shawr even down to university regen',
are the lettermen who have turned who usually sit in boxes. If the re
out, while Garner, Ricketts, Root gents sit there for this game
and McDonald are junior varsity will be at $5 per seat, under a deci
men of a year ago who are out. sion yesterday.

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