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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolves Aiming
For Thirteenth
Conference Title
An Undisputed Vict or y
Would Surpass Record
Of Yosts' Famous Team
Purdue Still Hopeful
Battle Cry Of Conference
Teams Is 'Stop Michigan'
Can They Do It?
MICHIGAN'S RECORD

Harriers Visit
Ypsilanti Track
Prior To Meet
Coach Ken Doherty took his Varsi-
ty cross country squad to Ypsilanti
yesterday to learn the M.S.N.C.
course,a preparatory measure prior
to the meet with the Normals on
their home grounds next Saturday.
Doherty said that the Normal-
Michigan harrier clash would be the
first one ever run on the Ypsilanti
course, the previous runs having been
held in Ann Arbor.
It is highly probable that the same
Michigan squad that faced State last
week will run against Ypsilanti. This
means that Captain Ostrander, How-
ell, Clarke, Childs, McManus, Smith,
and Lummond will match strides
with the traditionally highly touted
Normal harriers.
Saturday, November 14, the cross
country schedule will be completed
when the Ypsilanti squad is taken
on in a return engagement here.

Watch The Birdie', Says Tod
Stan And Whitcy Are Bash

Featured and photographed as they
are in newspapers all over the coun-
try, Michigan athletes are still a
trifle reticent when facing the cam-
era.
Tod Rockwell, Free Press foot-
ball expert, will vouch for this fact.
On hand at practice yesterday after-
noon with a photographer to take.
"shots" of Wolverine headliners, he
encountered difficulties.
Stan Fay was taken to the side of
I-M Activities
To Reach Peak
At Early Date

the field and four footballs w
placed in his arms. "Now smi
Stan," said Rockwell. Fay registe
a frozen-faced expression. AD
pleading for a while, Rockwell g
up and thumbed his nose at Mic
igan's quarterback. Fay broke
with an ear-to-ear grin and the ca
era clicked.
Wistert and Cappon were tak
aside next. "Now, brush your 1
out of your eyes and look preti
Rockwell demanded. No respon
Rockwell brushed it back for him
After the picture was taken Car
suggested that it be entitled "'
Tallest Player and Handson
Coach." Rockwell gave up and wo
home.

Under a broiling July sun that
made the perspiration literally roll
from the players and coaches alike,
Coach Harry Kipke yesterday sent
his first and second teams through
a long offensive and defensive dum-'
my scrimmage against a freshman
team dressed in the striped jerseys
of Illinois.
The freshmen under the tutelage
of Assistant Coach Wally Weber
demonstrated most of the plays they
have used against any of their oppo-
nents thus far this season. After
the Varsity had demonstrated that
they could stop Zuppke's formations
they went through a gruelling offen-
sive drill featured by lateral, forward
passing combinations and numerous
other trick plays they have been re-
hearsing since the Ohio game, but
haven't had to use to date.
Carl Savage was the only man on
the Varsity squad not out in uni-
form, walking about the field in
street clothes with
his left arm in a
sling.
s<r. T he re g u lar
right tackle was
victim of an un-
usual accident in
Chemistry lab yes-
terday when a
broken glass pip-
ette cut through
the fleshy part of
$%!AGE his hand, severing
an artery. It was
necessary to carry the member in a
sling to stop the flow of blood, but
Trainer Ray Roberts said Savage
would be ready for scrimmage today.
It was apparent yesterday that
Kipke is not yet sure that Ted Pe-
toskey has fully recovered from in-
juries suffered in the Ohio game.
The Wolverine mentor had both Ted
Chapman and Mike Malaschevich
working at the flanks during a good
part of the afternoon. Both sub-
stitute ends proved themselves cap-
able pass receivers and will probably
get plenty of chance in Champaign
Saturday.
Reserves Scrimmage Frosh
While the first team was working
on old Ferry Field a team made up
largely of sophomore players on the
Varsity squad scrimmaged against a
freshman team on
the practice grid-
iron. The white- -.
shirted frosh were'
unable to go any-
where at all with a
ground attack and
had to take to the'
air for the small "
gains they made.
The blue team,
using varsity plays,
gained at will
through the white ciAWpA4?qP4
line a n d their
passing attack clicked well against
a rather slow freshman defense. It
appears that Kipke is giving his
sophomore material just as much
scrimmage as possible this Fall real-
izing that the tough schedule pre-
cludes the possibility of giving them
much experience in actual games.

1898
1901-Tied
1902
1903-Tied
1904-Tied
1922-Tied
1923-Tied
1925
1926--Tied
1930-Tied
1931-Tied

with Wisconsin.
with Minnesota.
with Minnesota.
with Iowa.
with Illinois.
with Northwestern
with Northwestern.
with Northwestern

bless your heart, we in the
East don't know anything about the
drum-majors. The Michigan foot-
ball team may have been good, but
it wasn't in the same class as the
Michigan drum-major. This young
person was, slim, petite, and prac-
tically boneless. He wore a uniform
that an African chief would give his
kingdom to possess, a shako that had
used up one bear together with sev-
eral Birds of Paradise, and a pair of
calfskin patent leather boots to pro-
duce which at least two calves had
given their all.
"He had an impeccable sense of
rhythm. He kept time all over but
mostly with his eyes and left hip, in
the manner of a Spanish lady about
to burst out into a dance of Moorish
origin. His goose-stepping would
have shamed a member of the Prus-
sian guard in the Hohenzollern pe-
riod and he did everything imagina-
ble with the baton except swallow it.
"I mean to imply that the boy was
superlatively good. I could find it
in my heart to hope that his parents
were not present to see what their
united efforts, prayers, and sacrifices
had resulted in. Once, indeed, I
thought for a moment 'the father
was there. That was when a pistol
shot barked out across the field. But,

Coach Bob Zuppke of Illinois will
have had two weeks in which to pre-
pare for Michigan when the two
teams meet in the 1933 renewal of
their rivalry at Champaign next Sat-
urday. But after scouting the Wol-
verines in their victory over Chicago
last Saturday, the Ililnois mentor is
of the opinion that he will need that
extra time.
In a statement to the Associated
Press, Zuppke stated that he saw a
Michigan team run over Chicago and
that the Wolverines had everything a
coach could want in a team. Al-
though he refuses to predict the pos-
sible outcome of the game Saturday,
he said the Illini would have to "saw
a lot of wood" before Saturday.
In the intersectional game with
Army Oct. 21, the Zuppkemen dis-
played a fine defense in holding a
strong Cadet eleven to one touch-
down. Zuppke's problem this week
will be to develop a defense which
will be capable of stopping such
hard-running backs as Everhardus,
Heston, Fay and Regeczi and at the
same time devise a method of break-
ing up the Wolverine passing at-
tack.
But Zuppke will need more than a
strong defense to win over the Wol-
verines Saturday. With this in mind,
"Fighting Bob" is devoting consider-
able attention this week to the high-
ly-touted Illini passing attack with
Jack Beynon in the role of passer.
Beynon is reputed to be one of
the best throwers of "choice" passes
in the game. The Illini back can
pick his receivers with the skill of a
Newman and he can toss these passes
either standing still or while running
away from the opposing linemen.
Zuppke has three capable receivers
in Froschauer, halfback, and Fink
and Shustek, ends. One of the best
pass receivers in the Conference last
year, Froschauer has not been up
to par so far this year but may be in
form against the Wolverines.
In addition to a strong passing at-
tack, Zuppke can lay claim to an-
other Red Grange in Lester Lind-
berg. The Illini back's ability as a
ball carrier is being recognized
throughout the Big Ten this year
and many experts rate him 'almost
on a par with the great Grange.
With a few capable blockers, the Il-
lini may be able to shake Lindberg
loose on Saturday. Froschauer is an-
other good ball carrier who will be
counted on by Zuppke to pick up
yards against the Wolverines.
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and Purdue.
1932
As Michigan's 1933 football team
goes into the last half of its schedule,
as yet undefeated, Wolverine follow-
ers are wondering-can they keep
it up? Will they go on to their fourth
consecutive Conference Champion-
ionship? And the answer in the
minds of their more ardent follow-
ers is-"yes." But-do they know
that-.
Michigan is trying for her 13th
football championship in history?
An undisputed championship would
surpass the record of "Hurry-Up"
Yost's famous point-a-minute teams?
Michigan has never won two un-
disputed championships in succes-
sion?
The superstitiously-minded say,
"Thirteen. Hummm. Not a chance."
The pessimistic" say, "In Ann Ar-
bor, the sun shines just before the
rain. They're headed for a fall."
He Won't Be Disappointed
Coach Kipke says, "I honestly do
not see how Michigan can go through
the season undefeated. I do not know
what team or teams will beat us, but
I am sure that the Western Confer-
ence will provide stronger competi-
tion than last year." (Oct. 9, 1933).
Michigan has yet to meet: Illinois,
with victories over Wisconsin, Wash-
ington U. and 6-0 defeat at the
hands of Army.
Iowa with victories over North-
western, Wisconsin, Bradley and a
defeat at the hands of Minnesota.
Minnesota with victories over Iowa,
Pittsburgh and South Dakota State,
and ties with Indiana and Purdue.
And Northwestern with a victory
over Indiana, a tie with Stanford,
and defeats at the hands of Ohio
State and Iowa.
Any one of these teams may be
the Wolverine Waterloo.
Purdue Is Praying
If Michigan gets past Illinois this
week, it will be strictly up to Minne-
sota to stop the Wolverines' rush
and the principal beneficiary, per-
haps, would be Purdue.
Purdue, with three Conference
games behind it and Iowa and In-
diana ahead, probably would finish
the Conference season undefeated
and tied only once.
Minnesota, should the Gophers
beat Michigan on Nov. 18 and North-
western and Wisconsin as well, would
finish undefeated but with two ties
marring its record.
A Conference win by Michigan
would probably give them the undis-
puted National Championship. At
this date, Michigan is rated number
one by most football authorities in
the nation. "Who isn't afraid of the
big, bad wolf?"
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Minnesota Game May
Refill Michigan Bowl
The possibility of a second sell-
out in the Michigan Stadium this
season is seen by Harry Tillotson,
business manager of the athletic
association. Michigan's annual
gridiron battle with Minnesota
Nov. 18 now looms as an attrac-
tion which may fill the bowl. A
sudden pickup in applications for
seats indicates, says Tillotson,
that there may be a capacity
crowd for Michigan's final home,
game.
A Detroit City College track star,
in need of dental work but out of
funds, took three large gold medals
to his dentist, which the dentist
melted, using part of the gold for
filling the teeth and accepting the
rest in payment.

Within the next two weeks the fall]
athletic program of the Intramural
Department will reach its peak. The
opening of the Sports Building dur-
ing the evening hours will set in mo-
tion both independent and fraternity
volley ball.
Play starts next Tuesday in the
independent division while the fra-
ternity schedule will be announced
at an early date. Entries for inter-
frat dual swimming and water polo
competition close Nov. 6 and the
elimination tourney starts the follow-
ing week.
All men planning to participate in
either the fraternity or independent
cross country meets to be held the
13th and 15th of this month re-
spectively should get in 9 practices
between now and the above dates in
order to be eligible. These runs may
be taken with Coach Doherty's
squads.
A maximum of three speedballE
games may be substituted for as
many practice runs. Such measures
are deemed necessary to insure the
physical fitness of each contestant.

Squad Of fifty Mat
Aspirants At Wor)
In Wrestling Roo
Fifty wrestling aspirants are go
through daily workouts with
hope of landing one of the vaca
varsity positions. Among this gro
are some likely-looking prospec
and four of these men will be
sured of a regular job, as there
four open weights.
Coach Keene has four lettern
from last year's team back, and thl
grapplers will form the nucleus
his team. Jimmy Landrum, w
wrestles in the 118 pound divisi
Joe Oakley who fights 'em at
pounds, Art Mosier, captain of
team and runner-up for the coni
ence 'title in the 155 pound cla
and John Spoden, heavyweight,
the four returning lettermen. It
not at all impossible that some he
tofore unheralded wrestler may r
up and wrest a varsity job from
of the veterans.

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