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iA , NOV. 17,1932


No Letdown For
Gopher Game Is
Cry Of Grid ders
Wolterines Entrain Today
For Minneapolis And
Last Title Encounter
26 To Make Trip
Coach Kipke Makes Few
Changes In Personnel As
Game Approaches
"No letdown for the Gopher game,"
was the theme of yesterday's grid
practice. as the Wolverines, kept off
the field by snow, worked out with
plenty of pep in the space of the
Field house unoccupied by the bask-
etball floor.
Coach Ben Oosterbaan repeatedly
hurled his eleven yellow-jerseyed
Minnesota "doubles" against the Blue
line. The gains varied, but most of
the plays were broken up as the
Wolves have been thoroughly school-
ed in the Northmen's offensive in
each drill this week.
Changes Made
Coach Harry Kipke has been mak-
ing very few changes in the person-
nel of the first machine this week
contrary to the usual custom of in-
terchanging the players frequently.
Thus, it seems almost certain that
the forward wall will be Williamson,
Austin, Cantrill, Bernard, Savage,
Wistert, and Petoskey. The backfield
will comprise Newman, Fay, Everhar-
dus, and Regezi.
The shift of Petoskey back to the
left flank position is a drastic one,
but it will probably lend additional
strength to the Maize and Blue de-
fense against end runs.
Leave at 5 P. M.
Five p. m. this afternoon is the
time set for the Wolverines' depart-
ure for the Gopher stronghold. Twen-
ty-six, gridders comprise the squad
which will make the trip. The list
includes Austin, Bernard, Cantrill,
Chapman, Cox, DeBaker, Everhardus,
Ford, Fuog, Fay, Heston, Hildebrand,
Kowalik, Markovsky, Newman. Oliver,
Petoskey, Regeczi, Renner, Savage,
Singer, Ward, Westover, Williamson,
and Wistert.
Freshman Basketeers
Work Out Under Fisher
Ray Fisher's Freshman basketeers
are slowly rounding into shape. The
squad consisting of 63 men is more
promising than last year's material.
The turnout was larger this year and
as a whole, the boys are much heav-
ier. The first cut took place Monday,
in which 17 were dropped. This week-
end there will be another cut, and
by the week after Thanksgiving, the
squad will have been definitely decid-
ed upon.
11 Purdue Men To End
Grid Season Saturday
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 1-(Spe-
cial)-Eleven members of Purdue's
team will play their last games
against Indiana Saturday. Among
the prominent players who will close
their gridiron careers are Capt. Oeh-
ler, center; Paul Moss and Ben Merz,
ends; John Husar, tackle; Howard
Letsinger a n d Clarence Janecek,
guards, and Roy Horstmann, full-

Returns To Lineup


Johnny Kowalik, star Wolverine
guard, whose return to the line-up
will strengthen Kipke's forward wall.
He has been out for several weeks,
recovering from an injury received in
Faculty Players
Hav eExciaing
Handall Game
Men of the faculty have been get-
ting a great deal of enjoyment out
of the handball tournament which
has been in progress for over a week.
Four teams of four members each
are entered in the playing, and some
good matches have resulted.
Dorsey's team whitewashed a team
captained by Crandall by a score of
four matches to none. The members
of Dorsey's team were Eardley, Shar-
man, and A. H. Smith. Crandall 's
quartet included Espilie, Fisher, and
Other Match is Tie
The other match ended in a tie,
when Jones' team split four games
with the Daniels' team. Condgon.
Griggs, and Christman played for
Jones, while Daniels was assisted by
Nelson, Steere, and R. G. Smith.
The group is playing a round robin
series, and different teams play each
week. The schedule for next week is
Jones versus Crandall, and Dorsey
versus Daniels.
Varsity Gym, Team.
Looks Forward To
Successful iSeason
The Varsity gymnastics' team is
looking forward to a successful sea-
son with the strongest squad out in
the three years that Michigan has
been in the sport. Coach Bill West
has lost only two letter men of last
year's squad, the Steinberg twins, and
has four back, these being Voito Las-
sila, Carl Ellsworth, Oren Parker,
and Hilton Ponto.
The team will be the weakest in
the side-horse event with the loss of
the Steinbergs, but Coach West has
four capable men working at this in
Lassila, Sebald, Kelson, and Clay.
The schedule has not been made
up yet, but several exhibitions are ex-
pected to be on the list besides the
conference matches.

From the
By John Thomas
A DECIDEED LACK of goalies was
noticeable in the first two hockey
practices. In Jewell Coach Lowry has
an excellent net-man but he has no
one else in reserve. A special plea for
experienced back-stops has been is-
sued. There is room for two or three
more goalies on the suad and the
team practices tonight at 6:15.
EMERSON REID, co-captain with
Keith Crossman of the hockey
squad was married last week-end in
Indiana. The blushing groom made
the event known yesterday in a Royal
Oak paper and is now back receiving
the usual congratulations of all ex-
cept Coach Lowry who is wondering.
THE REAL SCORE of the Mich-
igan-Chicago game was 12-0. Al-
though this column carried the state-
ment that two extra points were
made on the last play of the game,
it has been brought to our attention
that the play in question was not a
safety-without stretching the facts
of the case.
Petoskey kicked off and the ball
went over the Chicago goal line. Be-
fore it got across the ball was touch-
ed by a Maroon back.
This play would have been a safety
if the impetus had been from a Ma-
roon player and not from Petoskey's
toe, that sent the ball over. After a
session with the Michigan coaches
yesterday, we were forced to alter our
former opinion. So the score was
WE HAVE RECEIVED several let=
ters about the Chicago game,
One asks if John Kowalik could have
played if injuries had made it abso-
lutely imperative for him to do so.
The writer evidently wonders about
the exact condition of the Chicago
boy so we inquired and found that
ie was in fair shape and might have
gone in if it were absolutely neces-
A RECENT LETTER wonders why
Newman did not try the place-
ments himself when the Wolverines
were trying to convert the extra point.
In the first case Newman was tired
after the long run and did not think
that he could do as well as Petoskey.
In the second instance,Fay was out
of the game and Newman had to hold
the ball himself so he let Everhardus
do it. If Fay had been. in, Harry
would have kicked it with the hard-
blocking halfback holding the ball as
only Stan can.
T IS RUMORED that after the
game Saturday, Petoskey's face
was so swollen up with a black eye
that several people didn't recognize
him, Yost among them.
P'ICKINGS HAVE been slim to date.
In 225 football games we have
hit the nail on the head on 168 and
lost on 57, or a percentage of 75. 18
more games resulted in ties which
count neither for or against us.
ADD TO THOSE social niceties:
Harvey Chapman and John Ko-
walik were observed whiling away the
hours at ping pong at the Union last

Lund WillPlay
Saturday; Oei
And Griffin Out
Football Prices Cut For
First Time; Tickets To
Cost $1.65
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 16.- (P)-
Quarterback Jerry Griffen and Cen-
ter Roy Oen, of Minnesota's gridders,
today missed practice for the second
straight day, being confined in the
student infirmary.
Griffen is under observation be-
cause of slight symptoms of appen-
dicitis and Oen is recovering from
a bruised groin. Francis Lund, found
to be suffering a slight rib fracture,
probably will play against Michigan
nevertheless, Coach Bierman said.
The University today cut Big Ten
football game ticket prices for the
first time since its stadium was built
in 1924. Five thousand seats in the
curved end will be placedtat $1.65,
including tax. Ordinarily the seats
would command $275, as in other
parts of the stadium.
Leeper Will Replace
Rentner Against Iowa
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 15.-Harry
Leeper, Fort Wayne, (Ind.,) sopho-
more, will take Pug Rentner's place
at right halfback in Northwestern's
line-up against Iowa. Rentner re-
ceived two broken ribs in the. Notre
Dame game and will be unable to
play in his team's final game.
Postpone Cross-Cointry
Meet Till Next Week
Cross country runners who have
signed up for the All-Campus run
scheduled for this afternoon wil have
to postpone their activities until next
week, the Intramural Department an-
nounced. The meet, is open to every-
one except track or cross country let-
ter winners.
Friday night before the football team
left for Barton Hills; Len Meldman
can beat most everyone at that nickle
baseball game. Down at Indiana he
was the unofficial champion; taking
on the press, the players, and the
coaches, vanquishing all.
* * *
BOB KNODE, former Michigan
baseball and basketball star, has
been named head basketball coach at
Battle Creek high. He has a veteran
squad returning for the court season.
Knode has had two years experience
with the Cleveland Indians at first
KEN DOHERTY makes things hum
when he starts after his frosh
tracksters. The other day he was
down in the dirt showing his vaulters
how to assume the various positions
while flying through the ozone, by
drawing pictures on the Field House
* * *
HACKETT, from West Point, ref-
ereed the Michigan-Indiana game
and the week before the Purdue-
Minnesota game. He said after the
former contest that the Gophers were
three touchdowns better than the
Boilermakers and that Michigan was
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