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AY, SEPT. 30, 1932 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ipke Again Shifts Wolverine Lineup; Williamson May Start A

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Chapman Takes
Tackle Position
In LightSession
Wistert And Damm May
Be Out With Injuries;
Starting Team Doubtful
Spartans Hold Edge
Coaches Worried By Big
Hospital List; Concede
State An Advantage
Tapering off his preparation for
the Spartan game Saturday, in which
the Wolverines will start as the un-
derdogs for the second time in the
history of the two schools, Coach
Kipke again changed his lineup in
the light drill against State plays.
Ted Chapman surprised everyone
by getting the left tackle berth
against the "B" team using the Spar-
tan plays. Wistert was able only to
limp around the field, and Damm,
injured in Wednesday's scrimmage,.
was given a light workout with the
reserves.
Practice Is In Stadium
The practicein the Stadium was
devoted to running of plays, pass-
ing, kicking, and perfecting the de-
fense for State's powerful attack.
Everhardus and Heston were given
a thorough punting drill in an ef-
fort to select the starter for State.
Although Kipke has not announced
his first team, Captain Ivan William-
son is doped to
start at his old
right end post. It
is possible t h a t
Kipke fears an-
a.other injury to the
Wolverine leader
which might keep
him out of Con-
ference games, but
he will probably
receive a good
workout a g a i nst
WII-L.IAMnnsct the East Lansing
eleven.
The coaching staff admitted yes-
terday that they were w o r r i e d.
Added to State's known strength, the
Wolverine lineup has been changed
from day to day, mostly on account
of injuries. The squad's improve-
ment in the last two weeks has been
nearly wiped out by the increasing
hospital list. And after State's 93-0
massacie of Alma, the recent bear
stories from Lansing have not les-
sened their doubts. They have the
greatest admiration for Crowley's
psychology.
Tackles Are Uncertain
If Captain Williamson can play, he
will be teamed with Petoskey; other-
wise Ward will be at end. Austin at
right tackle and either Chapman,
Hildebrand, or W i s t e r t are like
together for four days without' a
choices. The center trio of Kowalik,
Bernard, and Marcovsky have worked
change, indicating that these posi-
tions are determined.
Fay, Newman, Regeczi, and Heston
were used yesterday in the back-
field. Everhardus
may replace Hes-
ton in this group,
depending u p o n
his kicking ability.
Then, too, Petos-
key has been used'
at fullback, and
has alternated at
times for Oliver,
playing full on of-
fense and end on
defense, while
Williamson was at
his flank position.
Regeezi looked good yesterday as
he has all season. On three occa-

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Sure Starter At End

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, Although the backfield is uncer-
tain, Jack Heston has a slight edge
over Everhardus. In the punting duel
yesterday between the two halves,
Heston was more erratic but usually
got more distance.
Box Score

NEW YORK
Combs, cf ....
Sewell, 3b ....
Ruth, rf
Gehrig, lb ....
Lazzeri, 2b....
Dickey, c ... .
Chapman, If ..
Crosetti, ss ...
Gomez, p .....
Totals,.... .
CHICAGO
Herman, 2b ..
English, 3b
Cuyler, rf . . .
Stephenson, If
Demaree, cf
Grimm, lb .:. .
Hartnett, c ..
Jurges, ss .... .
Warneke, p ...
*Hemsley ....

ABR HPO A E
3 1 1 4 0 0
3 1 1 0 1 0
.31 1 3 0 0
.....4 2 3 5 0 0
...4 0 1 3 1 0
. . a . .3 0 2 8 0 0
4 0 1 1 1 0
.....3 0 0 3 4 1
.....3 0 0 0 3 0
..30 5 10*27 10 1
AB R HPO AE
.....4 1 1 1 6 0
4 0 1 0 0 0
. 0 1 1 0 0
4 1 2 0 0 0
.....4 0 1 1 0 0
4 0 2 8 0 0
.. .3 0 1 9 2 0
.....3 0 0 4 3 0
..3' 0 0 0 2 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
....34 2 9 24 13 0

Gomez Allows
Nine Safeties In
Yankee Victory
Gehrig Secures Trio Of
Base Hits As New York
Again Defeats Chicago
Bunching their hits and cashing in
on numerous walks allowed by War-
neke, Cub hurler, the New York
Yankees made it two in a row for
the 1932 World Series yesterday aft-
ernoon with a score of five to two
in the second game.
Billy Herman opened the contest
for the Cubs with a sharp double
down the left-field foul line. He
advanced to third when Crosetti
fumbled Cuyler's roller, and scored
the first run of the game when Ste-
phenson flied to Combs. The Yan-
kees came back and tallied twice in
their half of the first inning, how-
ever. After both Combs and Sewell
had walked, Warneke struck Ruth
out, but singles by Gehrig and Dickey
provided a pair of New York runs.
Although Grimm s i n g e d and
Hartnett was passed to start the sec-
ond, the Cubs failed to score, Gomez
throwing out Jurges and fanning
Warneke and Herman. The Yan-
kees failed to reach base in their
turn at bat. The Cubs tied the
scire in the third on Stephenson's
double and Demaree's base hit.
New York scored two runs in the
third when Ruth walked and Geh-
rig singled with one out. Lazzeri was
retired, but Dickey was intentionally
passed and Chapman ' s single
brought in the first two runners.
Grimm hit safely to open the fourth
but was left when the next three
batsmen failed to deliver.
A fast double play, Warneke to
Hartnett to Jurges, choked off a
Yankee scoring bid in the fourth, as
Combs and Sewell had previously
singled. Gomez fanned Herman and
English to start off the fifth, but the
Cubs bid for score when Cuyler
tripled. Sewell threw out Stephen-
son, however, to end the Chicago
rally. New York added another run
to the total in their half of the
fifth on singles by .Gehrig and Dickey
and an infield out by Lazzeri. Chi-
coga went out in order in the sixth
frame.
Demaree made a brilliant catch of
Crosetti's long fly to start off the
Yankee portion of the sixth. The
next two batsmen were easily re-
tired. Warneke fanned for the third
consecutive time as the Cubs were
retired, one-two-three, in their half
of the seventh.
With Sewell down in the seventh,
Babe Ruth bid for a home run but
the ball hit high on the right field
barrier for a single. Gehrig drove
into a fast double play.
Chicago made a determined at-
tempt in the eighth. English op-
ened with a single to right and took
second on a hit by Stephenson, after
Cuyler flied short to Combs. De-
maree and Grimm grounded out,
however, to choke off the scoring bid.
Lazzeri wasted a hit for the Yan-
kees as he was later doubled up with

Jayvees Hold
Rigorous Drill
For Saturday
Coach Ray Courtright put his Jun-
ior Varsiy eleven throui i a rigor-
ous practice session yesterday in pre-
paration for the first game of the
season, the contest with Central
State Saurday morning.
A stiff offensive drill was the feat-
ure of the day's workout. Coach
Courtright is faced with the need for
developing an entirely new set of
ball carriers, as none of last year's
sB' team backs are returning to the
second squad this year.
Eli Soodik and Dick1Frankowski,
who alternated at the fullback post,
showed a great deal of promise as
line plungers, ripping great holes in
the inexperienced freshman 1 i n e.
Zendzian, at right half, carried the
ball well on end runs. The block-
ing of the Jayvee backs was excel-
lent for the experience they have
had.c
A good pass receiver was uncovered
in Shaw, who appears to have the
call on the starting quarterback posi-
tion.
MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The main floor of Waterman
Gymnasium on the campus will
be ready for use on Monday, Oct.
3; locker and towel tickets for the
gymnasium may be purchased at
the treasurer's office, South Wing
of University Hall.
Freshmen who have signed up
for class activities, or for boxing
or wrestling squads, should secure
lockers now. This will facilitate
the beginning of practice. All ac-
tivity begins Monday, Oct. 10. Fu-
'ture freshman athletic announce-
ments will be made through the
classes.
Dr. G. A. May
Dickey. Chapman struck out for
the third time, to end the inning.
Hartnett shot a single to left to
open the ninth. He was out in an
attempt to stretch the hit, Chapman
to Crosetti. Jurges popped to Cros-
etti, and the game ended when Rol-
lie Hemsley, batting for Warneke,
struck out.

Totals

*Batted for Warneke in ninth.
Chicago.....1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0- 2
New York .°..2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 x- 5
Two Base Hits: Herman; Stephen-
son. Three Base Hits: Cuyler. Sac-
rifice: Jurges. Double Plays: War-
neke to Hartnett to Jurges; Hartnett
to Herman; Herman to Jurges to
Grimm 2.
Struck Out: by Warneke 7; by
Gomez 8. Bases on Balls: off Gomez
1; off Warneke 4. Left on Bases;
New York 5; Chicago 7. Umpires:
Klem Vangraflan, Magerkurth, and
Dineen. Time of Game: 1:50.
sions he booted the ball 80 yards.
This gives him about a 12-yard ad-
vantage over either Heston or Ever-
hardus and while he is in the game,
he will get the kicking assignment.
State will take a slight workout in
the Stadium early this afternoon and
then return to Ypsilanti tonight.

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