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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Maroons Highly
OptimisticAbout
Result Of Game
Zimmer And Mendenhall
Will Probably Be In The
Starting Lineup Today

Early
Chicago
Tricks
Score.

Score ,Sought
To Use All The
In The Bag To
And Hold Lead

By EDWARD W. NICHOLSON
(Associate Editor, Chicago Daily
Maroon)
Chicago, Nov. 11.-(Special)-With
i in the best condition it has
all season, and an over-
n nm desire to win for Coach
e hicago football team has
,-opes for a victory over Mich-
F aturday afternoon.
One of the chief reasons for the
tic feeling of the team is the
t that they defeated Indiana by a
7 -ore, while the best that the
-fines could do against the Hoo-
o eke out a 7-0 victory.
a¢ returtn to the squad of Pete
no and Hugh Mendenhall, star
a%, hs 'done a gr at deal to buoy
c spirit cf the team. Zimmer, a
lunging halfback is regarded as one
gre 2te Maroon ball carriers
iMcoenha'l, who has been
nc early in the season, is a
ct defanrye halfback. His work in
n , ap pac in the early game
S..ea!on bodes ill for the vaunt-
di Michigan aerial attack.
Make Early Threat
oSher fact that has inspirited
Windy City eleven is that hey
arcatened oscore early it
y a-nsx If such an opportunity
_ t .itself in Saturday after-
t nrounter, Coach Stagg prom-
th s boyswill open up their
of tickl, and employ every avail
oall across the goal line. Once th4
aUle "jooler," in an effort to push the
local team has gained the lead the:
will play a defensive game, devotin
their time to warding off the Mich
igan attack.
At the annual alumni banque
ihursday night the Chicago squat
and Coach Stagg were given a roya
sendoff by several hundred alumni
The team arrived in Ann Arbor Fri
day morning, worked out in the sta
dium in the aftertaoinARtaoinAAl
c, um during the afternoon and spen
Friday at Dearborn, Mich.
Bir ney to Start
Captain Don Birney and Pete Zim
..er will probably start at the half
back spots. Pat Page will get th
call at fullback, with Vince Sahlin
brilliant pass receiver at quarterback
Mendenhall will be used for relie
aucy in pace of Zimmer. Bill Ma
honey, another star halfback will b
iv wuu of action due to injuries.
Weber Names Phys-Ed
Team For Annual Fra
Coach Wally Weber has named hi
Physical Education football team fo
the annual game with the freshma
squad, scheduled for 4 p. m. nex
Tuesday afternoon.
Lack of reserve power will hampe
Weber's team. The starting lineu
for the Phi-Eds will be Malesavitc
and Tomagno at ends, Viergiver an
Lahti at tackles. Phillinger an
-o, guards, and Jablonowski, cen
er. Paulson, Rudness and Nelso
are sure starters in the backfielc
while either Candy or Springer wi
appear in the vacant position.

FR OM THlE PRESS BOX
By JOHN THOMAS
MICHIGAN might eke out a victory Bucknell at WASH. & JEFF.
by one touchdown or so or again Wash. & Lee at W. VIRGINIA
they may make another Illinois game RUTGERS at Lehigh
out of the contest today. It depends Penn State at TEMPLE
on whether the Maroons fold up or DETROIT at Villanova
not and whether Michigan can get Williams at AMHERST
the jump.
One good guess is about 20-0 while FAR-WEST
another is 7-0. Personally we think WASH. STATE at Washington
that the extreme cold will make the Oregon at S. CALIF.
team block as never before and if o G S TEaaC F ontana
our ends are as good as they are rat- OREGCalif.ON S at STANFORD
ed and can turn in Chicago's thrusts,
another overwhelming victory is in SOUTHWEST
the book. RICE at Texas Aggies
* * KANSAS at Missouri
BUT few people give Wisconsin Haskell at ST. LOUIS U.
much chance against the Goph- SOUTH
ers but all of the comparative scores ALABAMA at Georgia Tech.
point to a Minnesota victory. Ohio Florida at AUBURN
State gets the call over Pennsylvania DUKE at N. Carolina State
as does Purdue over Iowa. In this last Tulane at KENTUCKY
contest, many may be surprised. Iowaane
3is after that game as never before Sewanee e IatISSisPP
while the Boilermakers havethe FurmanEat S. CAROLINA
game in the bag, or so they think. TENNESSEE at Vanderbilt
Virginia at V. P. I.
N THE EAST Syracuse might V. M. I. at Richmond
spring an upset over Colgate. Al- * * *
though Holy Cross should get the call TED CHAPMAN is Michigan's aver-
over Harvard we are picking the lat- age man. Weighing 181 pounds
ter. The Catholic school lost their he comes closest to;
head coach this week andtthe players the average of 184
rthemselves did not like the change. and his age is 20
We may be foolish but Brown looks which is that of
good to us over Columbia. the average age of
* * * the squad.
' IN THE SOUTH Tennessee and W i 1 i s W a r d, d
Vanderbilt are about equal and aeighing 182 would
Kentucky and Tulane will mix in a gain the edge over
game that is hard to pick. We fa- Chapy but he is a
vor Tennessee, who we think is the year younger, 19,
-lass of the South, against Vandy. The squad of 29
Superior punting will probably deter- men weigh 5347 2 CAPMM
mine this. Unlike most we are tak- pounds and their
ng Kentucky over Tulane. Compara- accumulate age is that of 484 years.
tive scores and pre-game facts all Ford, Marcovsky, and Borgman are
give the latter the edge but if Ky. only 18 years old while Fay, Shea,
- loses we will gladly suffer in per- Kowalik, and Newman are tied at
centage. the top of the list being 22 years old
" each. .
MID-WEST Charley DeBaker is the baby of the
e Chicago at MIICHIGAN squad for weight, tipping the scales
e MINNESOTA at Wisconsin at 160. Wistert and Bernard are the
Y INDIANA at Illinois heaviest men on the squad, weigh-
9 PURDUE at Iowa ing over 212 each.
- Northwestern at NOTRE DAME DD SOCIAL NOTES: Buck Yost
Pennsylvania at OHIO STATE A Estil Tessmer, ineligibles, an
t PITTSBURGH at Nebraska Esi Tehm r, inelle, and
d Oklahoma at IOWA STATE Herb Schmidt, injured fullback, were
a CARNEGIE TECH at Xavier active at a practice recently passing,
i. WASHINGTON U. at Drake drop-kicking and kibitzing.
- N. DAKOTA at S. Dakota post-
poned-snow, extreme cold) COACH KIPKE was telling Herm
- -sEverhardus that he had been
i EAST over to his rooming house the other
Yale at PRINCETON night and he was not there. "You
COLGATE at Syracuse should have come over to the li-
- Dartmouth at CORNELL brary," replied Evie, "I had all of
- BROWN at Columbia them over there." It seems that sev-
, N. Dakota State at ARMY eral members of the squad room in
. Holy Cross at HARVARD the same house with Evie and that
k. New York U. at FORDHAM Coach Kipke had also tried to locate
i NAVAY at Maryland other players in other houses.
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Varsity Scores Big Ten Standings
Cross-Country
W in In M eet MICHIGAN ... .4 0 0 1.000
Purdue.........3 0 1 1.000
Minnesota......2 1 0 .666
Regulars Defeat Frosh; Wisconsin ......2 1 1 .666
Boylan Winner Of A1l- Indiana ........1 1 1 .500
Campus Event Ohio State .....1 1 2 .500
Chicago ........1 3 0 .250
By ALBERT H. NEWMAN Illinois.........1 3 0 .250
Undaunted by freezing tempera- Northwestern ...1 3 1 .250
tures and snow flurries, Michigan's
Varsity cross-country squad ran a Iowa..........0 3 0 .000
regulation three-mile meet againstConference Games Today
the freshmen yesterday afternoon, MChn ern cesGChi sago d
and trounced the yearlings despite Michigan vs. Chicago.
a handicapas large as two minutes Minnesota vs. Wisconsin
and fifteen seconds. Ilowa vs. Purdue.
Individual handicapping by Coaches Iiaa vs. Illdno.s
Ken Doherty and Chuck Hoyt made Indiana vs. Illinois
the event a real contest, although
the Wolverine varsity managed to F1 W ater
finish its entire roster before the firstay
freshman broke the tape.y
, MMcM and Archie McMillan of Players
the varsity tied for first in the actual Beat Regulars
finish although their time of 16:52
was not by any means the lowest.
Second was Childs, who finished in In a smashing upset that displayed
17:42. Michigan's stellar trio of Cap-
tain Howell, his brother Rod, and Bill convincingly their ability and stra-
Hill crossed the line stride for stride tegy the Faculty water polo team
in the time of 16:33, the lowest rec- scored a victory over a team com-
ord time of theday, although their posed of Freshmen and Varsity swim-
ad ftenseb dpackdftwo m inesmers in the Intramural pool yester-
and fifteen seconds placed them in day to the tune of 15-8. There were
aifothindtrd. ofapproximately thirty players on each
SmithnhdStarr ofd thefreshman side, although the losers had a slighi
team finished in a dead heat for advantage.
fourth, Smith with the time of 16:38 Tdean agwo
as he had started even with the best "free-for-all" type with the student
varsity men. His performance mark- "te-fispayi" te mt obsrvan
ed the second lowest time of the run. team displayg the most observance
Frieger, Flynn, and Morgan followed of the rules. It was not infrequen
them in quick succession, to see a professor and a freshma
Boyla~n Home First engaged in a double headlock under
One of the Intramural classics of water
the year, the Armistice Day two- The players: Faculty, Hughes, Slos-
mile run, was won by Don Boylan, son, Brier, James, Green, Wilson,
in the time of 10:3). ince the regu- Hubbs, Russell, Foster, Faigle, Davis,
lar two-mile harrier course was Graham, Powers, R. N. Hall, R. B.
closed, the distance was estimated, Hall, Kipke, Blott, Mann, Powell,
officials explained, and thus it was Cole, Walton.
not exact. Varsity-Frosh, Kennedy, Christy,
Dave Melniker w a s runner-up Dennison, Sullivan, Brady, McDonald,
twelve seconds behind the victor; Howie, Batter, Dersch, Robertsor
Walter Simons, W. Lowe, and Fred Williams, Lawrence, Freeman, Por-
Rollins took third, fourth and fifth ter, Johnson, Fenske, Renner, Mar-
respectively. kus, Thomas, Lewis, and Conklin.

By ARTHUR W. CARSTENS c
Amos Alonzo Stagg, football coach
at Chicago for forty years, who
brings his last Maroon team to Ann
Arbor today to oppose the champion-
ship bound Wolverines, was lauded
yesterday in statements made by
President Alexander G. Ruthven,
Athletic Director Fielding H. Yost
and Coach Harry Kipke.
The announcement of Stagg's re-
tirement at the end of the football
season this year came as a surprise
to many men connected with Michi-
gan athletics who were not cogniz-
ant of the ruling in effect at the Uni-
versity of Chicago which makes re-
tirement compulsory at the age of 70.
Pres. Ruthven, who has known the
"Grand Old Man" since 1902, when
he attended the Summer Session at
Chicago, made the following state-
ment: "I have known Mr. Stagg for
years while in the University of Chi-
cago and at Michigan. I have
learned to appreciate his effective-
ness in training for a better citizen-
ship, a task that he has definitely
set for himself.
Coach Harry Kipkee who, although
he never played against a Stagg
coached team, has, during the three
years he had been head football
Swimming Featured On
Women's Indoor Card

coach, sent two teams against the
Staggmen, today's game being the
third. Michigan won both .games,
16-0 in 1930 and 13-7 in 1931, the
latter being one of the two games
that season in which opponents were
able to score against the Wolverines'
strong defense.
Kipke said of Stagg: "His retire-
ment will be a loss to the football
world. He has been an inspiration
not only to players but to the
younger coaches as well. His lessons
in good sportsmanship will live for
many years."
Fielding Yost, who by Stagg's re-
tirement becomes the dean of Big
Ten Athletic directors, made the fol-
lowing statement of welcome to the
last edition of the Staggmen: "Mich-
igan is glad to welcome Coach Stagg
today. After a period of 40 years
in active competition with football,
baseball and track teams coached by
Stagg Michigan has learned more
and more annually to appreciate his
influence for good in intercollegiate
athletic competition and in main-
taining the friendly relationship be-
tween Michigan and Chicago. This
entirely friendly relationship could
not exist except where there has been
leadership of the type and character
that Stagg has shown throughout his
stay at Chicago."

Rutven Yost and Kipke Laud
Grand Old Man Of Chicag

Arrival of cold weather will take
the center of interest inside the first
indoor season in women's athletics is
booked begins Nov. 28. Swimming
will 'be the main feature on the In-
tramural card, with bowling and
rifle shooting as the other attrac-
tions.
Interclass games will be held in
basketball, and practice will be on
the first four afternoons of each
week, with Friday reserved for games.
Intramural basketball will not start
until next semester.
Approximately January 24, the an-
nual Intramural swimming meet will
take place, either in the Intramural
or Union pool. A bowling tourna-
ment will be run-off in January, and
there will be telegraphic shooting
matches throughout the season.

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