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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE'

cats

Will

Have Another
Strong Eleven
Tackle Berths Bother Han-
ley as Backfield Is
Strong Again
Pug Rentner Back
Northwestern Has Seven
Veterans of 1931 Team
To Build Around
EVANSTON, Ill., Sept. 19.-Coach
Dick Hanley is looking for two ex-
perienced tackles to fill the holes left
by the graduation of Jack Riley and
Dallis Marvill, the two best tackles
in Northwestern's football history.
If he cai p ug his line nomes, Han-
ley will have another great team.
His backfield is the strongest in the
Conference. Captain Pug Rentner,
All-American halfback, has a set of
brilliant backfield mates to help him
out, regardless of how strong the line
will be.
Rentner is a matchless ball carrier
and passer. Ollie Olson is the kicker
and last season was one of the best
in the Big Ten. George Potter is
the quarterback, with Jakie Sullivan,
the other. regular back, from last
year. Hugh Duball, a 190-pound full-
back, and Al Kawal, quarter, are
sophomores who may break into the
lineup.
Jimmy Evans, ratea as the best of-
fensive guard in the Conference last
year, is gone, but Bob Gonya, who
played often during the 1930 Wild-
cat campaign but was ineligible last
year, is back and will get a starting
job unless some sophomore comes
along with enough ability to keep
him out. George Dilley, regular at
the end of the season last year, will
hold down the other guard position.
Two experienced centers and one
end account for the veterans,.lHar-
old Weldin and Pail McDonald will
share the work in the middle of the
line. Dick Fenci goes into this year
as a regular end. That concludes the
list of returning veterans. Bus Art
Jens, Ed Manske, and Howard Kost-
bade all saw action as Hlankers last.
season, and among them will handle
the other post.
Outstanding sophomore linesmen
are Paul Tangorous, guard, and Jack
Fundis and Ken Zuver, tackles. An-
other Riley will probably be at tackle
for Hanley, but it will be the young-
er and bigger brother, Bill. Mil Fro-
berg will probably get the call at the
other tackle.
The schedule does not promise a
soft spot. Starting with Missouri at
Evanston, Oct. 1, the card is: North-]
western at Michigan, Oct. 8; North-1

How Nations Finished in Olympiad
LOS ANGELES. Sept 19.-The following is a composite score showing all
first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth places of all the nations competing
in the tenth Olympic gamnes, and the total score of each nation allowing
10, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, as points.

Nation 1st 2nt
United States............... 41 27
Italy....... ......10 1
Sweden..................... 9 5
Germany.....................3 1
Japan.................... ... 7 7
France......................... 8 6
England........................ 4 6
Finland........................ 5 8
Canada............ ........... 2 7
Hungary...........4 3
Holland ....................3 4
Poland ...................... 2 2
Australia..................... 3 1
Argentina.................... 3 1
Austria.....................1 1
Denmark..................... 0 2
Ireland... ...............2 0
Czechoslovakia ... ............. 1 2
Philippine Islands......... ... 0 0
Mexico....................... 0 2
India ......................... 1 0
Belgium...........0 0
Latvia............0 1
Uruguay..................... 0 0
Brazil ....................... 0 0
Spain............0 0
,{Editor's Note-All six places were.

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12
5
13
7
6
6
8
7
3
4
2
1
1
1
2
0
2
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
not

3rd 4th
28 18
9 61a
8 5
5 10
4 2
4 6
6 1112
9 1
a 6
5~ 0
0 4
3 0
0 1
o 0
4 1
4 1
0 2
1 0
3 0
0 0
0 0
0 2
0 0
1 0
0 1
1 0
tawarded

5th 6th
1412 18
a 412 1
4 2
612 612i
9 8
3 11
S 412 5
1 1
3 2
2 1
1 2
0 0
12
1 3
0 1
2 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
1 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
0 0
in all events.)

Total
Points
758
22512
172
16412
153
15112
14212
132
105
80
66
42
42
40
35
33
26
24
14
13
10
6
5
4
4
4

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GOLDMAN
Extend a

TH MICHIGAN DAILY PalA l 1E i1a

BROS.

H-IEA-RTY

VE LCOM E

M'ichigan Men Make
Strong Olympic Bid
(Continued from page 12)
former Michigan track coach, asked
Eddie if he thought that he could
turn the tables on Metcalfe and beat
him in the finals. Eddie responded,
"I can take any nose-breather." Tol-
an has long been a sponsor of a
mouth-breathing style of running
and has perfect confidence in it.
Turner Finishes Fifth
After his two victories Eddie told
his friends that he still considered
George Simpson, of Ohio State, his
closest competitor. Although Metcalfe
finished second in the 100 by two
inches, Tolan w o u 1 d rather run
against him than Simpson.
Ned Turner finished fifth in the
800-meter e v e n t for the United
States. Two other Michigan stars
just missed the Olympic team. Willis
Ward, a one-man track team in him-
self, had a poor day in the high
jump and lost in the finals of the
preparations. H a d he placed on
America's team he, too, might have
been an Olympic winner as the Olym-
pic title went to a Canadian with a
jump of 6 feet 5 inches while Ward
has done much better than that
mark on many occasions. Russell,
last year's track captain, lost the
400-meter race by a fraction of a
second.
western at Illinois, Oct. 15; Purdue
at Northwestern, Oct. 22; Northwes-
tern at Minnesota, Oct. 29; Ohio
State at Northwestern, Nov. 5;
Northwestern at Notre Dame, Nov.
12; and Nor*,hwestern at Iowa, Nov.
19.
Sunday movies were approved for
Tallahassee, Fla., by a vote of 851
to 519 in a city referendum.
The hitching rail again s popu-
lar in Dardanelle, Ark. Farmers
leave their cars home and drive the
horses to town.

Sellout Expected in
Northwestern Game
A complete sell-out is already
being forecast for the Northwes-
tern-Michigan football game here
Oct. 8. The opening game of the
'season will outdraw any other pre-
vious opening game for Michigan,
as a crowd of 60,000 is anticipated
for the State contest. Northwes-
tern ordered 20,000 tickets to sup-
ply orders on hand for the second
game and will order more before
the game.

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Play Fooled Officials,
Spectators, Players

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(Continued from Page 12)

quarterback tossed the ball to the
left half as he went by.
This play, which was the most suc-
cessful in the whole bag of tricks in-
vented by Fielding Harris Yost, has
won many games for Michigan in
the past.
One of the most successful combi-
nations that ever used this play was
Bennie Friedman, Bennie Ooster-
baan, and Louis Gilbert. Friedman.
did the faking behind the line, Oos-
terbaan w a s the ball-toting end
feared by all opponents, and Gilbert,
carried the ball.,
On July 18, 1913, at the Polo
Grounds in New York, a big league
game was played in which only three
balls were used. The umpires still
had these balls at the finish.
S. B. Lathan, 90, of Chester, S.
C., has taught a bible class con-
tinuously for 56 years.
Bureau of navigation inspectors
counted 1,861,872 excursion passen-
gers last season in New York.
An Arkansas automobile owner
bought his city license tag at Little
Rock with 500 pennies.

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