THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Out Of Uniform
New Set Of Backs Tried
In Dummy Scrimmage;
Ends Show Promise
Passing Is Stressed As
Team Is Put Through
Plays Stellar Role In Michigan Grid Victory
Although expressing himself as
"highly pleased" with last Saturday's
victory over Michigan State, Coach
Harry Kipke is taking no chances
of a possible letdown against North-
western in the game set for Satur-
day. The mentor analyzed the game
and its resultsbriefly: "We played
better than I thought we could; they
were not as good as we thought they
Yesterday's practice on Ferry Field
was a light one for the victorious
Wolverines. Preliminaries consisted
of a passing drill for all the linemen,
to limber up bruises suffered inline
play against the brawny State for-
ward wall. In addition, Kipke appar-
ently believes that an occasional
speed workout of the line improves
their brand of football. duards,
tackles, and centers, as well as ends,
went through the practice for the
Drill on Passing
A dummy scrimmage followed.
Realizing that for an effective aerial
attack against the Wildcats, the en-
tire roster of passing plays used
against the Spartans must be revised
and changed, Coach Kipke gave the
squad some new and highly deceptive
passes, indicating that the oveihead
game will be used, at least as a con-
stant threat against the Purple. -
Scouting' of plays also gave rise to
a_ new series of end runs and off-
tackle slashes.' Played against . the
second .elevenin a dummy session,
the plays looked good. Emphasis was
also laid on the trick phase of the
offensive game, spinners, cross-bucks
and delayed bucks appearing in
Michigan's bag of tricks as an ex-
tensive weapon for the first time in
The lineup for the first aggrega-
tion to be put through each of the
plays included the backfield combin-
ation of Larry Newman, Stan Fay,
Herm Everhardus, and Jack Heston.
Possible changes in the passing per-
sonnel were in ated in the session,
with Petoskey, Williamson, F a y,
Ward, and Newman doing the bulk
of the receiving. This may indicate
a reversal similar to that worked ef-
fectively with the famous Friedman
to Oosterbaan combination.
Francis Wistert, injured in Satur-
day's game, appeared at practice yes-
terday, but was not in uniform and
did not work out.
Ivan Williamson is apparently re-
covering from his injury satisfactori-
ly, although he is favoring his leg
decidedly. Fay appears to be in good
shape, but Meldman, reserve fullback,
is still limping.
Hard work in preparation for the
Wildcats will probably begin today
with a scrimmage against North-
western formations and plays.
Kentucky's prospect for total pro-
duction of tobacco of all kinds this
year has declined to 348,738,000
pounds as compared to 487,305,000
pounds produced in 1931.
Iowa To Battle
Real Test Fray
Coaches For Both Squads
Are Newcomers Among
Big Ten Grid Mentors
IOWA CITY, Oct. 3.(Special)-On
to Wisconsin for the first conference
game Saturday goes the University
of Iowa football team, eager to start
the race with a victory over another
team coached by a new mentor.
Ossie Solem of Iowa makes his bow
in Western Conference competition
at the same time Dr. Clarence Spears,
formerly of Minnesota, begins his re-
turn engagement in the circuit.
Won Last Game
Not since 1929 has an Iowa team
played Wisconsin, and the game is
the thirteenth of the series which
started back in 1894. Three years
ago, one of Burt Ingwersen's best
elevens traveled to Madison, winning
a 14 to 0 victory, the third scored by
a Hawkeye eleven over the Badgers.
The Iowans will prepare to meet
a crashing attack, with the furious
line play typical of a Spears-coached,
team. Whether Iowa's rebuilt line
will stand against the power of rug-
ged Wisconsin forwards is a source
of worry to the coaches.
Hawkeye hopes for victory lie in
the fact that there is a suspicion that
Wisconsin's team will not have de-
veloped to a point even approximat-
ing its potential strength. Outweigh-
ed, Coach Solem's men are likely to
attempt the outspeeding and out-
smarting of their bulker rivals.
The return of several injured play-
ers probably will strengthen the Old
Gold outfit. Among these are Marvin
Kuhn, who may be ready to play
fullbackafter being out of the Brad-
ley game with an ankle injury; Ed
Dolly, the senior guard; and Eugene
Clearman, veteran end.
Large Turnout For
Schedules and matches for the
regular competition among the Var-
sity and sophomore tennis teams
have been prepared for those intend-
ing to compete. Attention was called
yesterday to notices posted on the
bulletin board in the Intramural
building for conmplete details and
for a schedule of matches. Coach
Johnstone expects a larger turnout
this year than before, so late entries
are asked to register at once to avoid
further confusion. When the final
schedule is complete, no m o r e
matches will be entered.
Stars For New York
(Associated Press Photo)
John Rcgeczi, driving fullback of the Maize and Blue, ripped
through the Michigan State line for the first Wolverine score of the
(Associated Press Photo)
Tony Lazzeri, second sacker for the
New York Yankees, played brilliantly
throughout the World Series, after
being on the bench for some weeks
due to injury and illness. He drove
two balls out of the park for home
runs in the final Yankee victory Sun-
In his analysis of last Saturday
morning's football game between the
"B" team and Central State, which
ended in a scoreless tie, Coach Ray
Courtright was highly pleased and
enthusiastic about the work of his,
team, which is made up mostly of
According to Coach Courtright, the
only reason the Junior Varsity did
not beat Central State was lack of
experience, which he hopes to remedy
in the following weeks of practice
with the Varsity. For the remainder
of the season, the team will scrim-
mage against the Varsity.
The tentatively scheduled game
with Western State this Saturday has
been definitely dropped, leaving the
"B" team only one game for the re-
mainder of the season, against Yp-
silanti Normal College on Saturday
Tryouts Desired For
Freshman Swinm Team
All freshman desiring to try out
for the first year swimming team
should report at the Intramural
pool, Wednesday at 5 p. m.
Matt Mann, coach.
FROM THE PR ESS BOX
By JOHN THOMAS
PRIOR to the Wolvcrine-Spartan such ball games, but aside from the
tussle last Saturday, there was sentimental appeal of tradition and
considerable c o m m e i t about the a well-liked group of coaches, the
Maize and Blue alvays having, slow practical side of the tradition, that
starting teams. Much could be said is, the Michigan System and smart
both pro and con about these com- coaching are the underlying reasons
ments, but the fact remains that in for the victory.
the past few seasons Michigan has The first part of the System is a
not set the world ou fire with any good defense. Michigan had one
blazing early season victories. Couple Saturday. Although advance stories
this with the facts that Michigan's
line was inexperienced and partly pointed to the heavy losses in the
crippled, that Newman and some of line since last year, in reality the
the other backfield men had several men who filled those positions had
bad aturaysin 131,and hatbeen understudies, and understudies
badSatrdas i 191, nd ha- who made the regulars work hard
State had one of the most promis-4fomaeher , erard wnd Ka-
ing elevens in its history, and you for their jobs, as Bernard and Ko-
i hveteexplantio, fsor, ms yof walik did. State could not pene-
have the explanation. for most of reKpk'dfns
the pessimism in regard to the U. of trate Kipke's defense.
M.'s chances for victory. The second point is that Michigan
However, once again a Michigan believes in playing defense until a
team came through in its strange, break puts the team where it can un-
traditional way. It was a great leash some fireworks. That is why
blow to the parlor athletic prophets Michigan usually kicks off. Regeczi's
who had predicted certain defeat for punt out of bounds on the Spartan
the Maize and Blue. The game up- 6-yard line furnished the break, and
set the corner drug store betting Newman's passing went a long way
odds. But to Michigan it was noth- toward capitalizing on that break.
ing new, it was traditional. Wolver- After the first touchdown State was
ine teams had gone out before and partly demoralized and soon let
won against odds, down. The spirit left the squad and
There is no doubt that a strong its play suffered consequently.
team spirit has helped win many However, this year it is believed
that Michigan will not get two or
three touchdowns ahead and then
Freshmen Of Group 24 protect the lead, as has been the
BTi custom in the past. This is the
Capture Baseball Title one modification in the System. The
The physical education freshmen, reason is obvious. The Wolverine at-
group 24, won the Orientation Week tack is stronger than in former years
baseball tournament yesterday, de- and can keep up the offensive for
feating group 57 by a score of 13 to the entire 60 minutes. The first evi-
5. Members of the winning team andi dence of this point came in the last
the team taking second place will re- quarter when the starting lineup had
ceive colored ribbons designating this been withdrawn in favor of another
honor. Members of the winning team eleven. The second team members
hwner.MamlasavicheerNnnesmnwere all fighting for regular assign-
were: Malaskavich, Speer, Nelson, ments, and went out to increase
Tomagno, HI a 11, Fiero, Pillinger,metadwnoutoicas
Springer, Tarbox, Joblonski and Michigan's score, chiefly through Ev-
Rudness. erhardus' fine runs.
If this new policy is adapted per-
LAFAYETTE, Indiazia, October 3. manently, Mid-West fans will see
-(special)--Purdue University has more fireworks from the eleven than
'adopted a new football song to aug- in the past.
ment the famous alma mater song Another favorable contrast was
"Hail Purdue," which is rather hard produced in the State game. It fur-
to sing. The new song entitled "Pur- nished a great comparison between
due Battle Cry" is easier to sing and Michigan's football System and that
was composed, words and music, by of Notre Dame. It looked as if the
Prof. E. S. Emrick, director of the 30-year Yostian System stood the
Boilermaker band. test; at least the score says so.
For Women Begin.
On October tenth
Women's Intramural athletic ac-
tivities will open with tourneys in
golf, archery and tennis Oct. 10.
Qualifying rounds in the, golf divi-
sion are being played off on a basis
of low score for nine holes each week.
The woman who turns in the lowest
score for the week is entitled to free
playing privileges the following week.
All women who wish to enter any of
the scheduled tournaments must sign
up for the preliminaries immediately.
Tryouts Will Be Held
For Sigma Delta Psi,
The annual tryouts for Sigma Del-
ta Psi, honorary athletic fraternity
will be held each Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday from 3 to
5 p. m. during the fall semester. Suc-
cessful candidates will be awarded
the official Sigma Delta Psi key. Any-
one interested may sign up at the
Women Hold Interclass
State Forces Badgers
To Battle Marquette
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 3.-(Special)
-Under pressure from the state leg-
islature, . Marquette . university and
the University of Wisconsin resumed
athletic relations on the gridiron
with the game last Saturday.
Wisconsin's troubled athletic situa-
tion recieved the critical attention of
the state senate at the last regular
session of the legislature. Due in no
small part to legislative demands,
Wisconsin's athletic department was
reorganized and Marquette was re-
turned to the Badger football sched-
ule after an absence of 13 years.
The ratio of teachers to pupils in-
creased from 19.8 in Michigan in
1930 to 21.8 last year.
Tuesday-F r e s h m e n,
mores, and juniors.
mores, and seniors.
Here is one neat line-up of football articles made to order for
YOU-a winning team of All-American players and writers in action.
Jerry Dalrymple, Tulane, kicked off in the September 24th issue.
Just look at this schedule for October.-and then watch for our
Lo! The Poor Taekle, by Red Grange.
"Eckie,"9 by Ring Lardner.
Bench-Warmer, by Harry A. Stuhldreher
and W. Thornton Martin.
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