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. TUR AY, OCT. 15, 1932

TIHE MIC'HIG~AN DAILY

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Willaman Rates
Buckeye Eleven
Below Michigan
Will Send 'Weakest Team
In Three Years' Against
Varsity This Afternoon
Hinehman Injured
Tom Keefe Will Replace
Him At Halfback; Buzz
Wetzel May Get Trial

By BOB HARLEY
Ohio State Lantern Sports Editor
COLUMBUS, Oct. 14.-(Special)-
Ohio State's football team will ent
the game against its ancient riva
Michigan, at the Stadium tomorro
with Coach Sam Willaman admittin
that he is sending his weakest tea
in the past three years against t
Wolverines.
But he is hoping that his playe
will rise to the spirit of the occasio
and be able to overcome the Mai
and Blue tide as they did last yea
20 to 7.
Coach Willaman contends that h
eleven this year has been high
over-rated by sports writers an
should never have been picked to c
the Big Ten flag.
Keefe to Replace Hinchman
He has indicated that he will stan
pat on the lineup that started again
Indiana last Saturday with the ex
ception of the left halfback positio
which will be filled by Tom Keef
Toledo lad, instead of Captain Le
Hinchman.
Hinchman is suffering from
sprained back which will probab
keep him out of the entire game Sat
urday.
Hinchman's injury is the result o
an auto collision which he was in
week ago. His playing in the In
diana game only aggravated the in
jury and he has been confined to hi
bed this week.
There is a possibility too that Buz
Wetzel, Columbus sophomore, ma
also see a lot of service in the gam
at the fullback position. He is rapid
ly crowding out Micky Vuchinich fa
the post. The rest of the team will b
the same as in last week's fray.
Ohio State Driven Hard
Ferrall and Gillman will be at th
ends; Conrad and Monahan at tac
kles; Gailus and Varner at guards; R
Smith, center, Cramer at quarter
back, and Carroll will play righ
halfback.
Coach Willaman has put his grid
ders through two stiff scrimmage
this week in preparation for th
game, and has had his Varsity prac
ticing against the freshman squa
who have been equipped with Michi
gan plays.
He admits that Michigan has th
edge in two departments-kickin
and passing, as Ohio State has bee
unable to develop or uncover a sen
sational passer or dependable kicke
to date.
Coach Willaman'can't shake up hi
team if he wants to because "the
substitutes aren't coming through a
they should."
Yearling X-Country
Men Turn In Slow
Times In First Run
Kenneth Doherty, coach of the
freshmen track and cross-country
team, yesterday held time trials for
his harriers. The distance was only
a mile and a half,' since Doherty
doesn't want to overwork his runners
so early in the season.
All of the times turned in were
about a minute slower than before.
This was because the men had to
slow down to wait for a train to
pass.
The first to finish was Gorman,
whose time was 8:19. He comes from
Buffalo, N. Y. Boebel, from the same
city, came in second in 8:21. Another
runner from New York state, Mor-
gan of New Rochelle, finished third
with 8:26.
The next four runners to finish
were Morris, 8:37; Goldman, 8:50 J.
Randall, 8:58, and Krueger, 8:59.
Morris and Krueger ran for Ann Ar-
bor High last year, while Goldman
hails from Boston and Randall from
Detroit.
Doherty attributed the slow time to
the fact that the rather inexperienc-
ed runners ran the first part of the
mile and half too slowly. He hopes

to teach them to time their running
better by having one of the Varsity
men pace them niext week.

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Northwestern
Plays Illinois
At Champaign
Wildcats Determined To
Return To FormAgainst
Blue And Orange Outfit
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 14.---(Spe-
cial) - Illinois will open their con-
ference season here this afternoon,
facing a desperate band of North-
western Wildcats, in t h e annual
Homcoming game.
Following a brilliant showing in
the opening double header of the
season, and a strong attack against
Bradley Tech 1 a s t Saturday, the
Illini hope to get off on the right
foot this afternoon. The play in the
preceding games indicates that the
home squad is much stronger than
the one which took the field last year
only to be vanquished by the Purple
32 to 6.
The majority of Illinois attack will
again rest on the shoulders of Cap-
tain Gil Berry, dashing quarterback,
Northwestern, determined to return
to form after her defeat at the hands
of Michigan last week, is planning to
enter the game with a somewhat re-
vamped lineup. McDonald is slated
to start at center, in place of the di-
minutive Harold Weldin, Gonya has
been shifted from guard to tackle.
Johnnie Kinder will fill the vacated
guard post.
The probable lineup:
Illinois Northwestern
Hoeft .......... LE ........ Manske
Cummings ..... LT ..........Riley
Kowalski ......LG......... Dilley
Bodman ....... C ......MacDonald
Gragg ........RG........ Kinder
Bloom ......... RT ......... Gonya
Shustek ....... RE..... ....Fencl
Berry (c) ........QB......... Potter
Walser ......... LHB...... Sullivan
Cook or Craven.RHB...... Rentner
Yanuskus ......FB.......... Olson

For the first time since the found-
ing of Intramural athletics at the
University of Michigan, an attempt
is being made to establish a well-or-
ganized branch for graduate stu-
dents, both men and women. The
Dean of Women's office is planning a
series of activities of both a social
and athletic nature to be carried out
where possible in mixed groups. Miss
Hilda Burr is in charge of the latter
division.
All the sports in which the grad-
uate students evinced any interest
will be offered on this program.
Skilled instructors will guide the be-
ginner, and more advanced players
can be coached if they so desire.
The Ann Arbor hockey club, under
the direction of Miss Burr, plays
every Sunday morning at 9:30 a. m.
on Palmer Field. This is a graduate
students' organization. Miss Mary
Stewart is secretary.
Archery First Under Way
Archery is the first activity to get
under way. The group, composed of
both men and women, will meet at
Yost Field House, Sunday, Oct. 16 at
0:00 a. m. for definite organization.
Tennis for women will be divided
into two groups, beginners and inter-
mediate players. Miss MarieuZettler
will have charge of both groups. A
large mixed class in tap dancing will
be held under the direction of Miss
Virginia Peaseley.
A posture ant exercise class for
women may be arranged. Anyone in-
terested should inquire at the phys-
ical education office at Barbour
Gymnasium.
Matt M a n n, Varsity swimming
coach, will take charge of the men
swimmers if present plans are car-
GOLF DEADLINE ANNOUNCED
Earl Riskey of the Intramural De-
partment announces t h a t faculty
men have until Sunday night to turn
in qualifying scores for the faculty
Golf Tournament.

Graduate Sports Program For
Men Aud Women Starts Soon

ried out. The men will swim in the
This is the biggest of the student
groups, and will be open to both men
and women. Miss Laurie Campbell
and Mr. Jowter will direct the outing
club.
Two groups, hiking and winter
sports, have been combined into one,
which will be listed as an outing club.
Intramural pool. Miss Marie Hartwig
will coach the women swimmers at
the Union pool.
SSPECIAL
One Great Group of
100 Fine Fall
SUITS,
Never before in the memory
of man such values.. .
ALL WOOL WORSTEDS,
CELANESE LINED,
HAND TAILORED
One Day Only
213 East Liberty

(Asociatc ' Press Photo)
The four men who will carry the attack in this afternoon's clash between Ohio State and Michigan at
Columbus. Left to right the players are Harry Newman, who will do the passing for the Wolverines, Carl
Cramer, brilliant Buckeye quarter, who hopes to repeat the running successes he had in the game with the
Maize and Blue last year, Captain Ivan Williamson, Michigan's star end, and Capt. Lew Hinchman, Ohio
State halfback.
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MICHIGAN is too strong for the WEST v
)f Buckeyes. Although Ohio State Washington State at CALIFORNIA
a has a veteran backfield, its line is U. C. L. A. at OREGON h
- inferior and we look for a score of Loyola at S. CALIFORNIAt
- more than two-to-one in favor of West Coast Army at STANFORD t
s the Wolverines. *Team in capitals is picked to win. ti
Northwestern, with its - powerful a
z off-tackle and end runs, should take IN REGARDS to recent requests, we
y the Illini. Purdue is the second have predicted 45 games in addi-
e strongest team in the Conference tion to five ties which in our system
- and can take anything Doc Spears neither counts for or against us. Of
r has to offer and then come back for the 45 games we have been right in
e more. Minnesota will win from Ne- 41 of them and wrong in 4, or a per-
braska. centage of .911. This covers the first
Indiana, an underestimated team, two weeks, Oct. 1, and Oct. 8, in
e will take Iowa, probably by a size- which most of the games were setups.
- able score unless they sit tight. Chi-
. cago, not hurt by their tie with Yale, THERE are four outstanding teams
- will stop Knox. Iowa State and in the South, Tulane, Tennessee,
t George Veenker can eliminate Kan- Vanderbilt, and Alabama. The first
sas from the Big Six. And Michigan two play the remaining two today.
- State will snap out of it in time to These games are the hardest to pick
s beat Illinois Wesleyan, we hope for of any in the whole country. We
e the old percentage's -sake, think that the Green Wave is on the
- MID-WEST up grade but are not as sure about
d MICHIGAN* at Ohio State. Tennessee which we also doped to
NORTHWESTERN at Illinois. win.
Rice Institute seems to be the
e Wisconsin at PURDUE. cream of the Southwest. The strength
g Nebraska at MINNESOTA. of the Big Six lies in Nebraska which
n Drake at NOTRE DAME. is due for a spanking by the Gophers.
Iowa at INDIANA Out on the West Coast California,
r Knox at CIAO Southern California and Stanford all
Kansas at IOWA STATE have victories within sight today.
s Ill. Wesleyan at MICHIGAN STATE
EAST FIREWORKS will soar today in the
s PITTSBURGH at Army East. That Army-Pitt game will
Cornell at PRINCETON be a honey although we favor the
DARTMOUTH at Pennsylvania latter. Incidentally Pittsburgh plays
South. Methodist at s:YRACUSE Ohio State, Stanford, Notre Dame,
Penn State at HARVARD and other schools on their hard
Virginia at COLUMBIA schedule this year.
Ohio U. at NAVY Maybe the Big Reds can take the
Georgetown at NEW YORK U. rejuvenated Tiger, but we doubt it.
Lebanon Valley at FORDHAM Crisler's team will be better each
DETROIT at Holy Cross week. Syracuse, withut having much
Wash.& Jeff. at CARNEGIE TECH itself, ought to take Southern Metho-
SOUTH dist which has nothing. We pick De-
TENNESSEE at Alabama troit from sectional pride and also
Auburn at GEORGIA TECH because Dorais' gang is due to get
Maryland at DUKE underway soon. Harvard and Penn
NorthCarolina at GEORGIA State is a tough one to predict, as is
Wash. & Lee at KENTUCKY Dartmouth and Pennsylvania.
Vanderbilt at TULANE
SOUTHWEST ARCHERY CLUB TO MEET
Missouri at KANSAS STATE There will be a meeting for those
Loyola at RICE interested in forming an Archery
Oklahoma at TEXAS Club at the Yost Field House on
Texas Christian at TEXAS A. & M. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Washtenaw County Fairgrounds
Out Jackson Avenue
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16
1:30 P.M.
11 ACTS OF VAUDEILJE

)emand For Minnesota
Football Tickets Soars
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 14. - (P) --
here's a decidedly bullish market
n football ticket sales at the Uhi-
ersity of Minnesota.
Demand for books covering all six
ome games have been almost double
hat of last year, says Les Schroeder,
cket manager.

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