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November 19, 1931 - Image 3

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HoldjN ight






Sing Sing Develops Grid Team

Over Confidence Worries Coach;
Drill on Defense for
Gopher Plays.
Because of mid-semester exam-
inations - t h e Michigan football
squad was compelled to hold their
daily workout within the cofines
of Yost Field House last night. The
drill was comparatively short, with
offensive tactics gaining the ma-
Jor share of attention.
Work In Small Space.
The preseice of the basketball
floor, newly laid, limited the space
available for the practice, so Kipke
and his men were obliged to con-
fine their work to a small corner
of the building.
K i p k e is contemplating no
changes from the lineup which
started against Michigan State last;
week. Tessmer,' who injured his
shoulder in the Indiana game., is
definitely lost to the squad for the"
Minnesota game, which means that
Captain Hudson will again call the.
'signals. ,
Tests Give Little .Worry. ,
Although examination time is al-
ways a trying period in every life,
Kipke is not worrying a great deal
about losing any of his men be-
cause of schoastic 'difficulties.
Because of the light drill last
night it is quite probable that the
Wolverines will get a stiffer dose
than usual for their Thursday af-
ternoon workout. Kipke is trying
to guard against ver-confidence
in his men, because he realizes that
the fighting Gophers are not to be
taken too lightly.
Gophers Feared.
Any team. that can get a four-
teen point lead on Northwestern in
the first half must be feared. The
Wolverines have been taking a
good look at Minnesota plays and
formations all week and the build-
ing, f a defense to stop them has
come in for its-share of attention.
Although the field house provid-
edlittle opportunity to do any con-
centrated work on the over head
game this department was not
overlooked entirely. It is not at all
improbable that the Wolverines
will be forced to take to the air in
the contest Saturday.
Gymnastics Coach Is Hoping
for Winning Squad.
With a group of fifteen men, in-
clui ng four letter men from last
year's squad; working out daily in
the auxiliary gymnasium of the In-
tramural building, Coach "Bill"
West is building high hopes for a
successful gymnastics team during
the coming campaign.,
Although the season does not get
underway until after the Christ-
mas holidays, all the work that can
be done now will prove valuable
when the regular schedule starts.
Last year, Michigan's first in this
sport,, brought the gymnasts fifth
place in the Conference standings,
and West is hopeful of moving up
at least two or three notches.
The letter men from last year's
squad include Decker, Ellsworth,
Parker, and A. Steinberg. Schiller
and H. Steinberg, who ran into
scholastic difficulties last season,
have straightened things out and
are expected to add materially to
the strength of the team. Bauch,
Menton, and Ponto, sophomores,
and Raeuber, a transfer from Wis-
consin, will also bolster up the team

Two Alabama players, Leon Long
and Hillman Holley, tied for scor-
ing honors early in the southern
conference football season.

Hoosiers and Badgers Are Rated
as Favorites, With Illini
and Wolves Next.
University of Iowa will play host
to the Big Ten cross country teams
this Saturday when the conference
meet is held in Iowa City.
The Hoosier harriers are favor-
ed to retain their title, although
the Badgers are ranked in pre-race
dope to have almost an equal
chance with they Indiana runners
to win the meet. The rest of the
teams are apparently' outclassed
by the two ranking favorites.
Indiana is Strong.
Indiana has a powerful aggre-
gation of seven letter winners,
with such well-known names as
Brocksmith and Neese, leading the
list in defense of its three year
title. Tom Jones, Wisconsin coach,
will enter a six-man, undefeated
team in the race in an effort to
wrest the charpionship from the
Illini Rated Third.
Illinois is classed as the third
factor in the meet, with Woolsey
and Line as its chief threats. How-
ell of the Wolverines is picked
among the stars who should be able
to place well up on the list of in-
dividual leaders. Captain Currell
of Minnesota is another runner
who can be expected to come in
near the top of the pack.
The race this year, for the first
time in recent engagements, will
be run over a four-mile course in-
stead of the usual five-mile dist-

New York Rangers Claim Greatest Forward
Wall in League; Openers Prove Its Worth

By Fred A. Huber
Power has been shown by the
New York Rangers in the opening
games of the 1931 hockey season.
The Rangers, a vastly improved
sextet, boasts the greatest forward
wall as a unit, in the league today.
Bill Cook, his brother Bun Cook,
wingmen and the sterling Frank
Boucher at center composed the
outstanding front line of the divi-
sion. The other clubs may have
one or two better forwards but no
one can produce a line to rival this
group for team play. Boucher fig-
ures with Goodfellow and Morenz
as the best center in the circuit in-
dividually too, while the brothers
Cook are always rated among the
leading fiankmen.
Johnson Back Again.
The vetern defense man Ching
Johnson is back at his post and his
partner this seaon is a very prom-
ising youngster named Seibert, a
cousin of the famous Babe Seibert,
of the Montreal Maroons. Johm
Ross Roach is again between the
posts and is certain to rank among
the best net-minders of the circuit.
% One membet of the famous sec-
ond wall, Paul Thompson, was trad-
ed to Chicago just before the sea-
son opened and Vic DesJardines, a
promising veteran of one season
and Art Somers, chunky "Bad
man" were' surrendered by the
Black Hawks in the deal. Murray
Murdock, rangy blond understudy
to Frank Boucher, and Butch Kee-

ling are again playing on the re-
lief line however.
Milks is Added.
The breakup of the Ottawa and
Philadelphia clubs enabled the
team to fall heir to Hib Milks, who
is now being used as a spare de-
fenseman. Milks, an old timer in
professional hockey and long a
stellar center-ice man, was shifted
to the back wall by the Quakers
last season and did so well there
that Lester Patrick has seen fit to
employ him in the same capacity
this year.
Norman "Dutch" Gainor was se-
cured from Boston in a trade for
Joe Jerwa. This move was a dis-
tinct surprise as Gainor has proven
his worth while Jerwa, secured
from the Pacific Coast late last
year showed very little. Paul Dil-
lon, a reserve forward who was
picked up near the end of the sea-
son has been signed again and
Brennan, a young defense man is
also under cotract.
A numnber of the boys who saw
service last season have left the
Rangers, chief among these being
Paul Thompson, traded to Chicago.
Detroit has secured Peters, Bour-
geault has been let out, and Waite,
sub center in 1930 has caught on
with Syracuse. Eddie Rodden, fight-
ing wingman is seeing action with1
the Pittsburgh Yellowjackets this'

Weber Limited to 11 Play
as Physical Eds. Have No
Reserve Strength,
Eleven men will play the i
man role tomorrow in the anr
game between the Physical Edu
tional.freshman football team
the regular yearling squad on Fe
Field at 4:15 o'clock.
. This team will start and fin
the game for the Physical Eds.
cause that is the limit of mate
available for Coach Wally We
Although there are more men
rolled in this football class wh
meets from 8 to 10 o'clock ev
morning, none of the reserves h;
had football experience. This
the smallest class in recent ye
as far as football material is (
Palmaroli, of Highland Parlk
the younger brother of the Mi
gan star guard in 1925 and
be one of the backs that have b
revamped to fill forward wall .h
Fuog, who was a teammate of V+
tert and Kowalik on Carl Schur
city championship team, will :
Regizci, All-State fullback h
Muskegon -Heights will play
position on the Phy. Eds.

Coached by professional football stars, prisoners at New York's Sing
Sing poison have developed a team of ability. Their team and the,
Naval Militia squad of Ossining are shown parading before the stands
at the start of the game. Sing Sing won, 33-0.

.Cissel, Hardy and Darling Get
Names Put on Golf Cup;
Volleyball Next.
With the close of the :fall pro-
gram of outdoor sports for faculty
men, the names of the three golf
winners are to be inscribed on a
trophy donated by Dr. Beebe. Mr.
Cissell, Mr. Hardy, and Mr. Darling
were the winners in their respective
Angell Wins Tennis.
The outdoor tennis season can-
cluded some time ago with the vic-
tory of Mr. Angell over Mr. Gear-
hardt in the finals.
Volleyball is to be the first sport
on the indoor schedule of the fac-
ulty this winter. Practice for this
sport will start immediately, Mon-
day nights and Friday afternoons
from 4:30 on being the special
times reserved for faculty work-
Two Sports Added.
Squash, handball, and indoor
tennis ,will again be on the com-
petition bill, augiented by two new
sports-badminton and codeball.
Play in the volleyball tourney is to
begin in about two weeks, following
the, organization of teams, depart-
mental pr otherwise as the faculty
men prefer.
All S o u t h American soccer
players will come to the Union
tonight at eight o'clock for a
special meeting. The room num-
ber will be posted on the bulle-
tin board in the lobby of the Un-
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Siegel and Pendell
Reach ,'ennis Finals
All - Campus tennis play has
reached the finals after, a long
drawn-out session of elimination.
The game is carded for this after-
noon and the players are Siegel
and Pendell.
Siegel reached the finals by up-'
setting Gage in the semis by the
score of 5-4; 6-3, 6-2, following
his favorite set score for the entire
tournament. Pendell won his semi-
final match from Nicholls, 6-3, 6-2.

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