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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PLAY &
BY- PLAY

Big Ten's Leader

Gridders Drill
Lightly In Final
Home Practice

Harriers To Meet
Ypsi Tomorrow In
First Of Two Tilts

'-By AL NEWMAN-1
Illini Fox . ..
* * *
COACH "SMILIN' BOB" ZUPPKE
is the last of the great old tri-
umvirate of grid mentors that used
to run the Big Ten. Yost, Stagg,
Zuppke ... you could not find three
craftier grid generals, nor a trium-
virate more greatly feared by oppon-
ents than these men. Now only
Zuppke is holding the last outpost
as a living reminder that . . . "Old
soldiers never die; they only fade
away."
Not that the other two have faded;
Coach Yost yielded his post to a
younger man to take over the direc-
tion of all athletics; Amos Alonzo
Stagg was forced to retire by a rul-
ing existing for all faculty at the
University of Chicago. But Zuppke
has not even faded that much, al-
though it must be confessed that
there has been a cloud hanging over
the gridiron of the fightin' Illini in
recent years.
Despite this Zuppke remains, craf-
ty and dangerousas always.a.. and
this year, they say he actually has
some material. Now give Cham-
paign's crafty fox some material to
work with and he is dangerous.
Zuppke, it seems to me, has con-
ducted himself very cleverly during
the past two weeks. Last Saturday,
the Illini had a rest, and light work-
outs were the order of the week pre-
ceding after the 6-0 defeat adminis-
tered by Army. Now Zuppke finds
himself confronted by Michigan's
"Perfect" team. Theoretically, Michi-
gan has everything.
There is just one way to beat such
a team, and that is by the aerial
route. . . and that method, let me
predict, will be tried by the Illini to-
morrow. I doubt whether the Illini
really have a-chance; but if they do
have a chance, it will lie in that
direction.
Mr. Zuppke has a sense of humor,
which, if not out-and-out dry, is at
least semi-arid. It was always the
custom after every game to have the
uniforms of the team cleaned over
the weekend. On one Saturday, the
Illini suffered an extremely disap-
pointing defeat from Iowa, and on
the train going home, optimist
Zuppke lounged back in his Pull-
man seat and came forth with, "Well,
there's one consolation about that
game. We won't have to have the
suits cleaned; you guys didn't even
get them dirty!".. .

% >>i EV E. 2 H A LD US
-Associated Press Photo
The Wolverine star back and lead-
ing scorer in the Big Ten will at-
tempt to retain that honor in Sat-
urday's game with the Illini.
State, Kansas
Both Point For
Hard Struoffle
EAST LANSING, Nov. 2-P) -
The arrival of "over confidence" day
found both rival camps of the Mich-
igan State and Kansas Aggies meek-'
ly claiming to be under-dogs in their
intersectional football engagement
here Saturday.
Sports writers can generally de-
pend upon finding one of two op-
posing teams riding a wave of over
confidence along about Thursday of
any week but they were doomed to
disappointment today.
From Charley Bachman all week
has come the emphatic claim that
Kansas State will be his toughest op-
ponent. He will enter the game in
an almost humble manner, predict-
ing nothing as to the outcome, in-
sisting that his Spartans must play
sixty minutes of headsup football,
grab the breaks, and carry patience
and favor to win.

Kipke Picks 33 To Leavei
This Morning; Will Stay
In ChicagoTonightz
The Wolverine grid squad, :thirty-
three strong, will entrain this mor-.
ning for Chicago and the,, Illinois3
game Saturday that will determine
the ranking team in the Conference.-
Coach Zuppke will put his men1
through a light workout this after-
noon on Stagg Field. The squad will
then remain at the Hotel _Winde-
mere until it leaves for Champaign
tomorrow morning.
The team t h a t will oppose;
Zuppke's strong Illini outfit will un-
doubtedly be the same that played
Chicago, except for the certainty of
Jack Heston returning to his half-
back position. Carl Savage, who sev-
ered an artery in his left hand this
week, is sufficiently recovered so that
Kipke plans to use him at his reg-
ular guard post.
Kipke Names Squad
The members of the squad making
the trip to Illinois are: Centers-
Bernard, Fuog, and Ford; Guards -
Savage, Borgmann, Kowalik, Beard,
Wells, and Singer; Tackles -Wis-
tert, Austin, Viergiver, Hildebrand,
McGuire, and Jacobson; Ends -Pe-
toskey, Ward, Chapman, Malashe-
vich, and Johnson; Backs - Capt.
Fay,. Everhardus, Renner, Hes-
ton, Regeczi, Westover, Oliver, Re-
mias, Dauksza, Bolas, James, and
Rudness.
As the squad wound up its train-
ing preparatory for the Illini tussle
yesterday, a change of attitude was
noticeable in the men. After the in-
evitable letdown following the Ohio
State game and lasting through the
Chicago game, the team was on its
toes again and an excellent spirit
prevailed. Repeatedly the first team
broke up the "flea-flicker" passes
that Illinois uses, as executed by Bill
Renner and the second team.
Punting, Blocking Stressed
Kipke had John Regeczi, Russ Oli-
ver, and Herm Everhardus kicking
the ball behind the blocking of the
regulars. Regeczi got off some beau-
tiful punts averaging about 60 yards
and the line blocked effectively for
him.
The Freshman team was pitted
against the Varsity for a short time
and gave the regulars a finaltaste of
the Suckers' running plays. The
first team was made up of Petoskey,
Wistert, Kowalik, Bernard, Borg-
mann, Austin and Ward, linemen;
and Capt. Fay, Everhardus, Heston,
and Regeczi, backs.

The' Varsity cross country season
is in its waning days. Only two more
meets, a home and home engagement
with Michigan Normal College, re-
main. There were no Conference
meets on the schedule this year due
to a necessary curtailment of ath-
letic expenditures, consequently com-
petition was confined to schools with-
in a close vicinity.
The first of the two meets will be'
run at Ypsilanti tomorrow, to be fol-
lowed by a return engagement over
the Wolverine course on the follow-
ing Saturday. Little is known of
the Normal squad as they have not,
as yet, participated in a Varsity meet.
However, at Chicago in the A. A. U.
meet, the Ypsi harriers, abetted by
several members from their strong
freshman squad, placed second. Kah-
ler, Ypsi's best bet, can be counted
on to give the Michigan team plenty
of chasing.
Whether or not the season can be
called a success will hinge upon the
outcome of the two final meets as
the Wolverine squad has won one de-
cisive encounter from Western State
and lost one equally as decisively to
Michigan State.
Smith and Childs are the most
logical Michigan choices to win as
they have led the rest of their team-
mates to the finish in the previous
meets.
WvP O MTE'S
SPORTS

Indian Attack
To Depend On
Jack Beynon
Stellar Quarter's Passing
Arm, Zuppke's Strategy
Will Feature Offense{
(Special to The Daily)1
-CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 2. - Upon
the usually dependable throwing arm
of Jack Beynon, Illinois' junior quar-
terback, will fall the greater part of
the Illini hopes for conquering the
University of Michigan Wolverines
Saturday. Even the most devout Illi-
nois partisans do not hope for vic-
tory if it must be achieved by the
running route.
But, in the games thus far this
season, Bob Zuppke's warriors have
shown themselves adept at advanc-
ing the ball by the airways, and this
mode of attack is expected to prevail
in the Michigan battle.
Zuppke Is Tricky
Too, wily Bob Zuppke must be
painted into the picture. What "Zup"
has up his sleeve and is planning to
release in this game only he, his
assistants, and the team know. But
no secret is being made of the fact
that the Illini would like to bunt
Michigan from their undefeated
perch at the top of the Big Ten heap
and take the position for themselves.
With two weeks to prepare for the
tilt, Zuppke is pointing toward the
game as the one he would like most
to win, and is prepared to shoot the
works toward victory efforts. He has
several new plays that are calculated
to find Michigan weaknesses and has
been working them to perfection.
Illinois' running attack which ac-

Chicago football fans tomorrow
will be more than pleased with two
of the outstanding Big Ten battles
taking place there, namely, the games
between Minnesota and Northwest-
ern and between Wisconsin and Chi-
cago.
Although the Gophers will come
to town as the favorites for the tus-
sle, Coach Bierman expects a hard]
fight from the once great Wildcats.
Northwestern's defeat at the hands
of Ohio State last week by the 13-0
score does not show fully the extent
of the struggle. The Buckeyes hap-
pened to get the breaks and turned
both of them into the winning touch-
downs. Aside from the score, the
battle was fairly even.
Minnesota will bring into play one
of the best lines in the country which
is expected to open holes for the
hardest hitting back in the confer-
ence, Pug Lund. But Northwestern
will present a better-balanced back-
field in Olsen, Sullivan, Leeper, and
Duvall.
The Wisconsin-Chicago tilt prom-

ises a fairly even game. Althoug
the Badgers sofar this season ha
ben used mainly as the steppir
stone for all its Big Ten opponent
there still remains enough power
the team for a victory. Chicago h
been coming along rapidly this ye
and has the best team it has had f
many years.
Down at Columbus, a forlorn I
diana squad will try to push throu
a great Ohio State team. Indiar
with Wisconsin, has been a doorm
for the rest of the conference tli
year and it doesn't hold much ho
of beating the Buckeyes.
Purdue will take on a non-co
ference opponent, the Boilermake
engaging in one of the most into
esting intersectional battles of t
day when they meet Carnegie Tec
Both teams boast of remarkable re
ords for this season, neither one ha
ing been beaten but having been tic
Last week, the Skibos were tied u
expectedly by Washington and J
ferson and Purdue was tied earlier
the season by Minnesota.

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Chicago Will See Outstanding
Conference Battles Toinorr

Freshman Archery Champion
A freshman is this year's archery
champion. Martha Bragg, an Ann
Arbor girl, took the campus title in
the Columbia Round Robin with a
score of 300 points. Beatrice Stod-
den came in second in this division.
In the qualifying rounds shot off
previous to the beginning of the
tournament, those who scored 75
and over were placed in the Colum-
bia round robin, while the remain-
der became the contestants in the
lower division. The requirement was
a score on 24 arrows shot from a
distance of 30 yards.
Five Teams Eliminated
Elimination play in the volleyball
tourney has advanced through the
first week of play. Five games were
played yesterday afternoon, resulting
in the following scores:
Tri Delta 28, Alpha Epsilon Phi 1,
27; Alpha Xi Delta 37, Gamma Phi
Beta 2, 10; Sorosis 1, 23, Gamma
Phi Beta 1, 16; Delta. Zeta 29, Adelia
Cheever 27; Alpha Omicron Pi 24,
Sigma Kappa 12.

cording to the pre-season dope should
have developed into one of the most
potent of the Conference, has not
materialized. Les Lindberg, sopho-
more flash, and Frank Froschauer,
who gained some fame last year as
an open-field runner, were expected
to run wild.
Illini Need Blockers
The two men still have all of their
speed and deception to thwart tack-
lers, but no way has been found to
advance them to the openfield.
Dave Cook and John Snook have
been alternating at fullback but
neither has been able to prove him-
self a big time player, chiefly because
of defensive weaknesses.
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