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THE MICHIGAN

DAI L:

DATT7Y ~

.abby Street Revises

Cardinal laln-eup

for

Open

' E kM E
lack Makes Only One Change
n Championship Team, Sends
Williams to Short.
AUL DERRINGER EAGER
As game time approaches Gabby
reet, manager of the Cardinals,
ces the possibility of having to
e a crip led line-up in opening
e World Series today against the
ampions of 1930, the Philadelphia

Wolverines

'Perfect

Defense

Against

Aerial

Attac

MACK AND STREET DEPEND ON THESE STARSI
TO PROVIDE SLUGGING POWER DURING SERIES

CREE " O PO ENTS
TO iLET WOLVES

Mt.

'Pleasant and Ypsi Squads
Lose Heavily Through
Graduation.

While the Athletics sped west-
rd to defend their title Manager
-eet was centering his attention
a last minute change in the
eup with a view of replacing
arky Adams at third. One of the
.in cogs of the Street machine,
ams, injured his left ankle sev-
1 days ago. It is in such a condi-
ni that the Cardinal pilot may
:ide to keep him out of the first
> battles.
fligh May Get In.
lndy High will be Street's choice
the hot, corner if Adams is un-
e to start the opening game,
h the batting order remaining
same.
lthough High is regarded as a
able substitute, the injury to
ams coming right on top of
nes' shoulder trouble was a ter-
c blow to the hopes of the Card-
is. High has demonstrated his
lity in such emergencies in the

Stories emanating from the re-
spective camps of Central State and
Michigan State Teacher's colleges
seem to indicate that Michigan's
week-end opponents will be short
experience and long on brawn.
Only one man on the Mt. Pleasant
squad has had two years' experi-
ence, Graybiel, and he is also the
smallest man on the roster. Indica-
tions are that the other six letter
men from last year will hear the
starting whistle from the bench.
The team which Coach Van Bibber
of the Indians will trot out on the
stadium field will average 9lightly
under six feet in height with a
mean tonnage of 181 pounds to the
man.
The Ypsilanti aggregation is not
credited with having as powerful a
team as the one which last year'
threw such a scare into Coach
Kipke anC his warriors in the sea-
son's op( ner. However, a fair
sprinkling of veteran material will
be found throughout the line and
backfield. The entire center of the
Ypsi line will be missing, including
Vanyo, the helmetless boy, who
proved to be such a tower of
strength in the last meeting.
The Wolverines should encounter
little difficulty in disposing of their
week-end opponents, since Kipke's
reserve strength is the best in many
years and he will be able to send
fresh men into the fray at frequent
intervals. Mainly ,because of last
year's battle the Ypsilanti battle
will undoubtedly be regarded as the
feature of Saturday's card, while
the Mt., Pleasant fray is regarded as
being little more than a practice
affair.
SOCCER PLAYERS
All soccer players report at the
Intramural building this after-
noon at 4:30.
J. Johnstone, Coach.

SPORT WRITERS
Sophomores and second semes-
ter Freshmen interested in try
ing out for the ports Staff of
the Daily report at the Sport ARM
desk in the Press Building this
afternoon at 4:30.
Sheldon-Fullerton, Sports Editor
DeBaker, Tessmer Display Form
in Intercepting Passes
FIRST YEAR TANK During Practice.
M,_EN MEE T TODA Y
Passes flew thick sand fast around
Mann Eects to Uncover Real the old Ferry Field gridiron yester-
day afternoon as the Michigan
Talent in Yearling Stars. backs attempted to perfect a pass
- defense in preparation for the
Finals of the five freshman swim- opening tilts of the season Satur-
ming events in which preliminary day with Ypsi Normal and the
competition took place during Ori- Mount Pleasant Teachers. Capt.
entation week, will be run off in Hudson, Tessmer, Fay, and Willie
the form of a swimming meet Heston were kept plenty busy
scheduled for 5 o'clock this after- warding off the fairly accurate tos-
noon in the Intramural pool. ses of Newman, Everliardus, and
The meet is expected to uncover even Hewitt.
some real talent among the class Charlie DeBaker showed some
of '35 swimmers. Matt Mann, Mich- real class on the receiving end of
igan Swimming coach, will be on some of the spirals as did Tess-
hand as the head official, to get mer in intercepting a good many
an idea of what the prospects are which were meant for other hands.
along the line of a freshman swim No tough scrimmage sessions are
outfit this year. being held this week as Kipke is
Of the five events, the diving avoiding any further injuries to an
alone is open to all freshmen with already crippled squad. Most of
ambitions along that line. The the cripples from last Saturday's
four other events with lists of massacre were back in uniform
qualifiers follow: Fifty-yard Free- however, but Newman, Schmidt,
Style; Dalrymple, Renner, Rosen- and Cox were doing very little
thal, Mosher, Thomas, Bailey, and rough work in an effort to get in
Nigg. Hundred-yard Free-Style; shape by Saturday. Kutsche is
Dalrymple,j Renner, and Mosher. still out of uniform.
Fifty-yard backstroke; S e 1 e z e n, Coach Kipke sent a squad of
Battar, a n d Bailey. Fifty-yard men through a fast signal drill
Breaststroke; Selezen, Sprise, Mc- that looks like the starting lineup
Kinley, and Dene. for one of the games this week-
end. Hewitt and Williamson were
Athletics and Cardinals play an holding down the flank positions
encore of the 1930 world series with Auer and Samuels at the
starting Thursday at St. Louis. (Continued on Page 7)

Martin Is Injurt l.
A third major casualty befell the
rdinals in the injury of Pepper
artin, wl-±o is nursii~g a damiaged
zee. Hovever, Matin undobted-
will get into the lineup in spite
his ailment.
Should Martin's knee keep him
t of the game Manager Street
n use Watkins in center and Or-
tti in right against right handed
tching and against port siders
>ettger in center and Blades in
;ht.
The Cardinals are determined to
umph over their 'American league
rals despite the jinx pursuing
em. Street claims his club is well
tified with reserve men, and with
pable players on hand to fill any
p that may be created; the teama
11 enter the field full of confi-
nce against Connie Mack's crew.
Derringer May Get CAll.
Paul Derringer, 25-year-old rookie
aying his first season with Et.
uis, wll min all probability get the
11 to oppose Robert Moses Grove.
the mound in today's opener.
rringer possesses rare courage
d pitching ability and is eager
r the task. Manager -Street in-
tds to give the astsignment to-him,
lding "Wild Bill" Hallahan in re-,
've for Friday's game.
Fhe first switch in the champion-
ip team that clouted its way to
tory over the Cardinals a year
o, and the Cubs in 1929 will be
e replacemen of the veteran Joe
ley at shortstp by Dibrell Wil-
ins.
Moderate weather around 5 de-
es has been forecast and indi-
tions point to a record breaking
>wd in excess of the 39,960 that
ncssed the World Series games
Ah the Yankees in St. Louis in
36.

A N 1 ILz.
Assocdated Press Photo
iManager Gabby Street is banking on the combined batting strength of Chick Hafey and Captain
Frankie riseh to gain the world's' baseball championship for the Crdinals, in the series that starts today
at :St.Leuis. Connie Mack, veteran Philadelphia leader, pins his hopes for victory upon Al Simmons, Amer-
ioa :'eag ebatting champion, and Mickey Cochrane, hard hitting catcher of the Athletics.

loomington Eleven
tThrough Drills
Ifori.Tilt With Irish
(Siulito The Va)iWy
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 29.-
Intensive drill for the Notre Dame
game Saturday was startedye.ster-
day by the'Indi ana University foot-
bail teasl7. In preparation for the
NotrDame offensive the freshman
squad was pitted against the var-
sity in a scrimmage in which the
rah eiktheDIrish offensive
tactics. Coach Marks':of the year-
iing. eleven: had drilled his men dur-
itg the past week on those plays.
A near egmlet" sellout is fore-
a-st for this gamae by ticket author-
Htes here. The' tands are expected
to be-packed With the notables of
football anxious to see the Notre
Daame team for the first time since
the death of Rockne, and the In-
,diana team under the active direc-
tion of an entir ely, new football
re imea.
regot. Indiana and Notre Dame
have pointed for this contest as
one of the most crucial of" the sea-
son for both eleve2±s. The Hoosiers
are attemipting to build up a peak
of condition by 'the «game Satur~day
after being forced t~ clash with
Ohio university last Saturday when
not nearly ready for the fracas.
Notre Dame has been faced wit h
the problem of getting ready for
Indiana and Northwestern at the
same time.

NEWMAN'S LONG HEAVES TO GIVE
MICHIGAN STRONG PASSING ATTACK

,...

Michigan's sensational passing
attack last year depended upon
capable receivers and Harry New-
man, whose long accurate passes
were responsible for many Wolver-
ine victories.
By huriig a U3-yard pass to
Norm Daniels for a touchdown and
another to Hudson who brought
the ball to the 13 yard stripe which
later was made into six points by
the famous "83"
play, Harry New-
man first broke
into Michigan's
football spotlight
in the Purdue
game last season.
H i s brilliance
in the Boiler-
makers b a t t l e
gave Harry the
starting a s s i gn
m e n t for the?
Ohio State con-
.test. He scored Newman
on a quarterback sneak after pass-
ing the ball 30 yards to Simrall to
the 1 yard line and passed to
Wheeler 22 yards for Michigan's
other touchdown. In this game he
dcmonstrated his kicking ability by
booting one of the extra points. In
the Purdue game he made both of
the extra points with place kicks.
The Illini went down into- de-
feat at the right hand of Newman's
when he passed 20 yards to Wheel-

er who awaited the ball over theI
goal line. In,the last quarter Harry
unleashed a lightning-like pass to
Williamson who was finally forced
out of bounds on the 10 yard line.
Then Newman faked a place kick
and passed to Hudson who was
over the goal line. These passes
and a field goal by Newman gave
the Wolves their victory.
In a great battle of passers be-
tween Barry Wood of Harvard and
Newman, the latter won when he
,(Continued on Page 7)

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