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October 13, 1932 - Image 3

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Regulars Forget
Signals In Long
Offensive Drill

To Remain With Yanks

Yearling Team
Finds Michigan
System Tricky


Everhardus, Heston
Form As Freshman


Freshman Pivot
Shows Promise;
Look Good

Scrimmage Varsity
Line Work Doubtful

Report Buckeye+
Out Of Game;
Squad Dissolves


"They looked lousy," was Coach
Harry Kipke's comment on the way
the Varsity football, team played
against the freshmen in an offensive
scrimmage, yesterday. He attributed
the poor showing to the fact that the
men did not seem to know their sig-
nals. The line was particularly guilty
in this respect, but the backs, too,
seemed to hesitate before snapping
into position.
The entire scrimmage was spent
with the Varsity on the offensive.
Later in the afternoon, Kipke sepa-
rated the squad into .two teams. The
two outfits alternated at running
signals and lining up against Ohio
formations as interpreted by mem-
bers of the freshman squad. Jack
Blott, who. scouted the Buckeyes
against Indiana, S a t u r d a y, had
coached the yearlings in the wing-
back formations and flat passes that
Willaman favors.
The only bright spots in the dis-
couraging scrimmage were the per-
forniances of 'Et-
erhardus and Hes-
h ton. Kipke, him-
self, said that both
of the contestants
.:.'',... for the disputed
left - half position
played far over the
heads of the rest
of the backfield.
Everhardus seem-
ed to be the only
p 1 a y e r with any
scoring punch.
Today's practice will be devoted al-
most exclusively to perfecting the
Wolverine defense. It will be the last
practice "at Ferry Field before the
Buckeye game, since the team will
leave for Columbus at about 8:50 p.m.
tonight. Kipke plans to hold a light
drill in the Ohio stadium sometime
Friday. The team will stay at the
Columbus Athletic club.
Personnel Undecided
Although Kipke was unable to say
yesterday just who would make the
trip, he did say he would-take about
thirty players. The list will be given
out some time before the team leaves
Capt. Lew Hinchman, Ohio State
halfback, is reported suffering from a
bad case of lumbago, and may be out
of Saturday's game.
Since the "B" team has only one
more game, that with Ypsilanti on
October 29, it was decided yesterday
to combine the Varsity and the Jay-
vees from now on.
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 12. - (R) -
Although none of the Badgers who
saw action against Iowa last week
suffered injuries, Coach Clarencei
Spears gave the 'first team a rest and9
concentrated on t h e reserves. No
changes in the line-up were antici-
pated for the Purdue game.

Joe McCarthy, manager of the New
York Yankees, who was re-signed
yesterday to pilot the Yanks for the1
coming three seasons.
Deforest, Trainer
Of Jaek SharkeyI
And McCoy, fies
LONG BRANCH, N. J., Oct. 12.-
(IP-)-Jimmy Deforest, one of the best
known trainers in the history of pu-
gilism, died late today at his home,
Atlantic Ave. and Libert St.
Deforest had been ill for some time
and recently was a patient at the
Long Branch and Hazard hospital
here, but returned to his home short-
ly before his death. Details of his ill-
ness were not available.
Deforest was known to millions of
fight fans as the man who trained
Kid McCoy and . who brought Jack
Sharkey along the championship
trail to the heavyweight title. One
of his last appearances in the pub-
lic eye was when he trained the wild
bull of Pampas, Luis Angel Firpo, for
his spectacular meteoric career in the
American prize ring.
Intramural Managers'
Staff Is Announced
A staff of student managers acts as
assistants to the faculty members in
running the activities of the Intra-
mural deparment. The student staff
is divided into two groups: field man-
agement and office management.
At the head of each division is a
senior who directs the work in his
group. Harold Emmons has charge
of the field group, and Louis Heide-
man is at the head of the office staff
Assisting Emmons on the field staff
are Kline, Campbell, and Friend,
juniors; Bernhardt, Dalby, and Coul-
ter, sophomores; and McQueen and
Gregory, freshmen.
Heideman has a staff comprising
Moreland, Earle, and Timpf sopho-
mores; Carr, Arend, and Atkins,
juniors; and three freshmen, Clark,
Ginder, and Frerichs.
UKi, Minnesota Back,
Recovers; Others Out
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 12. - (AP) -
Further definite improvement had
been noted today in the condition of
Myron Ubl, Minnesota football play-
er. He has pneumonia and a frac-
tured breast bone, the latter received
in football practice nearly three
weeks ago.
Gerald Griffin, Minnesota's new
quarterback, was in the hospital.

Coach Cliff Keen sent the fresh-
man squad through a workout on
the fundamentals of football. The
whole afternoon was taken up with
the backs running under punts,
blocking, and handling the ball. The
linemen were busied tackling and
blocking for the passer and runners
in the open field. Howard Auer gave
the tackles special attention on the
defensive positions.
Keen states that lie has a snappy
crew but that they seem to grasp
the Michigan style with less apti-
tude than have most of the freshman
squads of the past and are quite in-
experienced. A center that is show-
ing up well is Schultz of Coldwater,
Michigan. Some of the outstanding
guards on the team are Stone, Wells,
Hildner, and Schneider. Renault and
Etchells are playing at tackle. At
the ends are Simon, Adams, and
Bovard, brother of the former Wol-
verine center.
The backs, on the whole, are cap-
able with Wallbridge the most out-
standing as a blocker and runner.
James, of Detroit Northern, also
blocks acceptably. The other out-
standing backs are Remus, Bolis, and
In the practice against the Var-
sity, the freshmen showed activity
but lacked experience.
Cross-Country Squad
To Hold Time Trials
Coach Charlie Hoyt said yesterday
that the cross-country team will hold
time trials at 4:30 p. m. today. Hoyt
had planned to hold the next trials
Saturday, but moved them ahead
two days. Today's trials will give the
two Howell brothers, Roger and Rod-
eric their first chance to show what
they can do. Both were unable to
run last Saturday.
The return of these two will make
Ostrander run in better time than
the 12.58 he did last Saturday, to
win. Rod Howell is expected to fin-
ish among the first four.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 12.-(P),-
Dave Cook returned to the Illinois
line-up in a dummy scrimmage
against Northwestern plays a n d
probably will start against the Wild-
cats Saturday. Zeke Seamans, who
did most of the fullbacking against
Bradley last week, pleased Coach Bob
Zuppke and also is regarded as a

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You Fit a

Cash registers are made to
fit all size Bills . . . but all
"Bills" are not so uniform . .
And if "fit" means as
much to you as it should,
you'll buy at a store where
the tape on your back means
more than the tape on the
We're taking the same
pride in fitting our $25 suits
as we ever did our clothing
at $75.00.
Two-Trouser Suits






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