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Kipke Drills
Sal

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAME
Wolverines On Hawkeye Plays In Field Hou

Mentor Worries
Over Punter As
Saturday Nears
Fay And Heston To Start
In Backfield Against The
Hawkeyes Tomorrow
Line-up Doubtful
Borgmann, Kowalik And
Hildebrand to See Action
At Guard Positions
Coach Harry Kipke took his shiv-
ering squad of Wolverine gridmen
inside yesterday to polish off the
Michigan defense against Iowa. Aside
from a short kicking drill out on
Ferry Field, the entire outfit enjoyed
the protection of the Field House
and was able to concentrate on
stopping Hawkeye plays.
The kicking practice was directed
by Kipke and Wally Weber on a
snow-swept field. John Regeczi, Russ
Oliver, and Herm Everhardus punted
both with and against the wind and
the results were about on a par.
Regeezi Punts Well
The individual performances, how-
ever, did not warrant the current re-
ports that Everhardus will replace
Regeczi at punting. John was getting
off some long ones yesterday and
appears to have partially returned
Wolverines Have Three
Point Lead Over Iowa
Comparative records give Mich-
igan a scant three point margin
over Ossie Solem's Hawkeyes in
total points scored this season. The
Wolverines have rolled up 108
points in five games while the
Hawks have collected 105 in the
same number of contests. While
Michigan has won every game,
Iowa has been beaten once, by
Minnesota. Though beaten the
Iowa huskies were not blanked and
have yet to come out of a game
with a goose egg score.
to his old kicking form. Ted Petoskey
also practiced a few kickoff tries with
Zit Tessmer receiving. The rest of
the backfield, except Jack Heston,
were out catching the slippery ball
and running it back.
Inside the Field House, Kipke put
his first team through a short de-
fensive drill against the Iowa passing
and running plays as they were run
off by the scrubs. John Kowalik was
at right guard throughout the prac-
tice. Willard Hildebrand and Bill
Borgmann alternated playing the left
guard post vacated by Carl Savage.
Hildebrand also replaced Whitey
Wistert at left tackle for a short tine.
Regulars May Start
In the backfield were Capt. Stan
Pay, Jack Heston, John Regeczi, and
Herm Everharus. Although Kipke
would not state definitely, he inti-
mated that there was no foundation
to the rumor that Heston and Fay
would not start in Saturday's game.
"I won't know for sure until Sat-
urday morning," he said yesterday,
"but there's nothing to that bally-
hoo.'"'
Although the Iowa plays did not
get through the Varsity many times,
the team was not really working yes-
terday and appeared a bit lazy. The
second and third teams scrimmaged
each other using 'Michigan plays
under the direction of Coaches Cap-
pon and Blott.
The team will hold its last regular
workout this afternoon and will then
go into seclusion until game time to-

morrow.
The twenty-three year University
of Chicago tradition of singing "Wave
the Flag'{ ended with the departure
of Amos Alonzo Stagg from the ath-
letic department.

Rival Michigan And Iowa Backs In

Saturday's Game

Iowa Gridders
To Arrive For
Workout Today
Coach Ossie Solem and his Hawk-
eye football squad are expected to
arrive in Ann Arbor at 2:41 p. m.
this afternoon for the renewal of grid
relations between Michigan and Iowa
which started back in 1900.
Immediately after arriving in Ann
Arbor, the Hawkeyes will hold their
workout in the Stadium and then de-
part for Ypsilanti where they will be
quartered at the Huron Hotel.
The game tomorrow will be the
first contest since 1929 when the
Wolverines battled the Hawkeyes to a
scoreless tie at Iowa City. Of the
seven games played between the two
teams, Michigan has won four, lost
two, and tied one. The Iowans won
the first game in 1900 by a score of
28 to 5 and in 1924 turned the trick
again to the tune of 10 to 2. The
Wolverines defeated the Hawkeyes in
1901, 50 to 0, in 1902, 107 to 0, in
1923, 9 to 3, and in 1928, 10 to 7.
Solem boasts the strongest squad
this year that the Hawkeyes have
had since the days of Glasgow and
Pape. Iowa started out the season
by toppling Northwestern, 7-0, in one
of the outstanding upsets of the sea-
son. This victory was followed by a
crushing victory over Wisconsin, 26-
7, before the Hawkeyes lost their
first game to Minnesota, 19-7. Last
Saturday, Solem's youngsters de-
feated Iowa State to chalk up their
fourth win of the year.
The backfield that has piled up a

I-M Directors, Coaches Make
Ambitious Winter Sport P4

Competition in Fall Intramural
Sports is reaching its conclusion, and
the Winter Sports Program is being!
begun, according to Intramural'
coaches and directors.
BOXING
Twenty-two men are working out
every afternoon in the boxing room,
according to John Johnstone, who
has charge of the boxers, with in-
struction in the fundamentals of the
sport being given to the beginners.
The winter boxing program is in full
swing and several events, including
the usual all-campus event, and in-
ter-fraternity and inter-college meets
are being promoted.
TENNIS'
The fall tennis program has been
completed except for the finals of the
Campus Invitational tourney. Howard
Kahn, a diminutive sophomore from
Brooklyn, N. Y. has swept through
the fall program, winning the All-
Campus tourney, and is to play in
the finals of the Invitational tourney
in which Varsity men and others
were entered, with Clint Sandusky,
Varsity tennis captain. According to
Johnstone, Varsity tennis coach,
Hahn is the "most promising can-
didate on the campus."
He won the frosh tourney last year,

as well as the State Junior
championship. He defeated
Laun in the finals of the All-C
tourney, 6-1, 6-4.
In the finals of the Foreig
dents tourney John Rodriqu
meet D. S. Mirando.
SPEED BALL
League winners in the preli
round of the Interfraternity
ball competition will begin el
tion play for the final rounc
week. A Consolation Tourn
teams eliminated in the .preli
round will be run off if su
interest is shown. Entries f
Consolation Tourney must be
Intramural Offices Saturday

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-Associated Press Photo
Iowa by its showing to date in the Conference figures to give the champion Wolverine's plenty of compe-
tition in their game Saturday. In Joe Laws and Dick Crayne the Hawkeyes possess two of the season's best
backfield men. Bill Renner's effective passing and Capt. Stan Fay s generalship at quarterback have been
important factors in Michigan's march toward another Big Ten championship. The last time Iowa visited
Ann Arbor in 1928 they were the victim of a surprising upset, the Wolverines winning in a spectacular
second half rally, 10 to 7.

gain of 1409 yards this season has
Joe Laws, quarterback, Dwight Hoo-
ver and Russell Fisher, halfbacks,
and Dick Crayne, the sophomore
fullback sensation of the Big Ten.

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PLAY

& BY-PLAY

-By AL NEWMAN

Hart Schaffner
& Marx
STYLES FOR EARLY WINTER

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THE MICHIGAN DA ILY

Mike Buys Snowshoes . . .
* :*
ETTERS of a gangster in college to his lady-friend in the Big, Wicked.
City:
Dear Mabel:
Well Mabel with all this weather and whatnot which is happening here,
I see that Amalgamated Earmuffs & Snowshoes is reaching a new high.
(That is a joke, Mabel)
Tomorrow, the Michigans play at home again & thank goodness that
I do not have to go to any Indian encampment & freeze to watch the
Michigans play like last Saturday when the Illinoises very barely missed
putting the pinch on the Michigans and I nearly go wild. Tomorrow, the
Iowas will try their luck, and this is the first game we have had this year
which the sports pages do not say is ancient and traditional and a lot of
other things. In fact, it is several years since the Michigans play the Iowas.
The Michigans win the last game the Iowas play here in 1928 by a
very small margin and I hear that it also snows during that game. A fellow
named Dahlem is largely responsible for that victory.
From what I am hearing day by day they are planning to play the
game on snowshoes tomorrow if the present weather holds good. I also hear
that the big shots who are in charge of the stadium forbid the consump-
tion of liquor during the games. Just between you & I Mabel I think they
ought to equip a fleet of these big shaggy dogs which tear around in the
Elps mountains and such places carrying rum to anybody who happens to
be in need of same.
There will be plenty of customers in need of being rescued I think up in
the high peaks of the stadium and the whole thing looks like a Polar
Exposition right now.
And speaking of dogs Mabel at last I find what I consider to be stuck
on himself. I am crossing the campus this morning whistling "Who's Afraid
of the Big Bad Wolf?" when this one comes up and bites me in the arm.
That is what I call conceit.
You know Mabel it is very few universities which have as good a
football team as the Michigans. And I am beginning to wonder just what
is the matter with the students here. Why if any other school in the
country ever finds itself with as good a team the students of same rapidly
become uncontrollable & wild. They go out and burn such places as Angle
Hall & generally show their happiness by such other touching methods.
And what do the students here do? They usually sit around & play
bridge & games of chance & even study sometimes, instead of taking off
any time to cheer for the football team, which for this reason is somewhat
down in spirit last week and the Illinoises nearly beat them. I even hear
today of one guy who spends three years trying to find the average length
of a telephone pole.
Hoping you are the same, MIKE.

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