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FRIDAY, OCT. 14, 1932

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan Team
Entrains For
Buckeye Lair
Squad Of Thirty Leaves
Ann Arbor; Are Ready
For Saturday's Game
Linemen Numerous
Eighteen Men Comprise
Material For Front De.
fensive Wall
Thirty Michigan football players
entrained at 8:52 p. m. last evening
for Columbus, to face the Ohio State
eleven in Saturday's game. Although
the boys making the trip comprise
practically three full teams with line-
men predominating, only nine back-
field mien will be carried.
Four ends are included in the ros-"
ter, Captain Ivan Willianmson, Ted
Petoskey, Willis Ward, and Red Cox
being taken to cover the flank posi-
tion. Charlie Bernard a n d Gerry
Ford are the only centers who made
the trip. The other linemen who left
last night are Whitey Wistert, Bill
Hildebrand, Russell Damm, Wally
Miller, Russell Fuog, Tommy Austin,
Tage Jacobson, and Ted Chapman,
tackles, and Abe Marcovsky, Carl
Savage, John Kowalik, Cecil Can-
trill, Bill Borgman, Leslie Frisk, and
Oscar Singer, guards.
Harry Newman and Louis Westover
were taken to fill the quarterback
post, with Johnny Regeczi and Russ
Oliver listed as fullbacks. The half-
backs who made the trip are Herm
Everhardus, Stan Fay, Jack Heston,
Billy Renner and Charlie DeBaker.
The linemen who left lase night
were kept out of yesterday's drill, re-
ceiving their last licks on Wednesday.
The Varsity backfield worked out
yesterday on a passing attack against
a freshman team. Later the reserve
squad was sent into a defensive
drill against another yearling group,
armed with Buckeye plays.
Only a few of the second-string
men who left last night appeared in
the lineup in the latter drill. The
Thursday practice stressed defense,
as most of the previous day's workout
had been on offensive plays.
The squad left in excellent physi-
cal condition. Marcovsky and Damm,
casualties of last week, have returned
to strength, as has Whitey Wistert,
giant tackle who has been idle most1
of the season. All three of these menI
are expected to see lots of service in1
Saturday's game. s
A light workout in the Ohio State
stadium is scheduled for today. From
Columbus come continued reports
that Captain Lew Hinchman's injur-
ies will keep him on the bench. I

Joe Cronin Signing As Manager Of Senators

(Associated Press Photo)
Joe Cronin (left) is shown as he signed a contract with Clark
Griffith, owner of the Senators, to manage the Washington club during
the 1933 season. Shortstop Cronin, who is only 26, becomes the youngest
manager in either of the major leagues.4

Eastern Games
Feature Tilts
Over Week-End
Pittsburgh Meets Army,
Yale Favored To Win
After Tieing Illinois
Next Saturday will see some of the
most important football games of the
season. In the East, the Pitt Panth-
ers and Army clash at West Point in
a battle of unbeaten elevens. Pitt,
who beat the Cadets 26-0 last year,
shows nearly as much power as last
year, but if the Panthers show any
defensive weakness, Army, with a
speedy runningattack, is sure to
find it. Penn and Dartmouth will
furnish another duel of undefeated
teams, both teams having shown
strength in earlier games. Yale, by
virtue of a shakeup after the Chi-
cago game, is expected to make a
much better showing in the game
Saturday with Brown. Princeton, in
view of their exhibition against Co-
lumbia, promises to give Cornell all
kiiids of trouble.
In the Southern Conference, at
least two of the title contenders will
be eliminated in the duels involving
Tulane and Vanderbilt, and Alabama
and Tennessee. Other games of in-
terest in the South are the meetings
vetween Auburn and Georgia Tech;
Georgia and North Carolina, and
Duke and Maryland.
In the West and Southwest the
only major games are the California-
Washington State and the Texas
Christian and Texas A. & M. games.
Intersectional tilts this week-end
bring together Navy and Ohio Uni-
versity, Holy Cross and Detroit,
Southern Methodist and Syracuse,
Fordham and Colgate, Carnegie Tech
and Washington and Jefferson. Min-
nesota tackles Nebrask, and Notre
Dame will meet Drake in an easy
game.
Lex Bullock, a sophomore candi-
date for center at Illinois, is a son of
"Matt" Bullock, for 17 years trainer
of Illini atheletes.

FROM THE PRESS BOX
By JOHN THOMAS
MICHIGAN'S early season success- one, and is conceded to be the type
es have not gone unnoticed in of outfit most successful in a tough
the eastern papers. The New York season.
Evening Post for Wednesday ran a *
four-column cut of a group of Wol- ANOTHER gift, received by t h e
verines including H arry Newman, Wolverine baseball team when in
John Regezci, Ivan Williamson, and Japan, has made its appearance. It
Charles Bernard. The cut, at the top is a banner,' presented to them by
of the first sports page was captioned Hosei University. The lettering is
"Players Who Put Michigan in the gold, the background in blue. There
Big Ten Lead." is a half-baseball on the banner, and
** * the letters "M" and "H" in gold
ALL due respect to the prowess of thread.
the grid stars mentioned, but the1
Post does not seem to realize that in COACH Ray Fisher was presented
the present season, Michigan's suc- , with a smoking set of ebony, sil-
cess does not depend on one man, ver trimmed, but, according to Fish-
nor yet on a group of four. It is an er, too good to be used as a smoking
eleven-man team if there ever was set.

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Doe Howell, Hill
Finish First And
Second In Trials
Michigan has one of its best cross-
country teams in years according to
those who witnessed yesterday's Var-
sity time trials at Ferry Field. Doc
Howell, Hill, Ostrander, and Rod
Howell were bunched at the finish,
followed by McMillan and McManus.
Doc was clocked in 15:48.
The team includes three men from
last year's Varsity, Doc Howell, Hill,
and Ostrander,,while Rod Howell and
McMillan were recruited from the
freshman team. The squad is in good
condition and is expected to beat De-
troit Y. M. C. A. next Saturday.
The men will be given a light
workout tomorrow and will then rest
until Monday when intensive prepar-
ation for the Y. M. C. A. meet will
begin.
First-Year Harriers To
Hold Time Trials Today
According to Coach Ken Doherty,
the freshman cross-country squad is
rapidly rounding into shape. Al-
though the team is a distance one,
he advises all potential. shorter dis-
tance men to join the harrier squad
and get in condition, too. The out-
fit at present consists mostly of
yearling track men who intend to
run in the shorter distances.
Time trials are scheduled to be
held this afternoon at 4:30.

Union To Present Radio
Account Of Ohio Game
For the benefit of those less fortu-
nate ones who will not be able to
journey to Columbus for the Michi-
gan-Ohio State football game, the
Michigan Union is having a loud-
speaker system installed for broad-
casting the contest.
The loudspeaker system is being
installed in the Union ballrodm by
the Crosley-Amrad Radio Shop,
Davison To Replace
Sasse As Army Coach
Lieut. Garrison H. "Gar".Davison,
a graduate of the academy in the
class of 1927, has been chosen to re-
place Major Ralph I. Sasse when
the latter's four-year detail at West
Point -ends next June, Maj. P. B.
Fleming, graduate manager of ath-
letics, announced yesterday.

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