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,16, 1933

Frosh Gridders

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Meet Physical Eds In Annual Tilt Toda

PLAY &
BY-PLAY
-By AL NEWMAN-
Mike ...
* * *
LTTERS OF A GANGSTER IN
COLLEGE to his lady-friend in
the Big, Wicked City:
Dear Mabel:
Well Mabel I guess that you al-
ready hear about how the Michigans
put the good old pazazah on the Io-
was last Saturday. It is a good game
and I enjoy seeing it, especially when
one of the local bulls comes down
the isle & attempts removal of one
of the cash customers who is at-
tempting to give a recital of Lin-
coln's Sphagettiburg address (which
is the one which begins "Friends Ro-
mans & People from the country,
threescore and twenty-seven years
ago our four fathers etc).
Well the cop begins to have a sus-
picion that this guy is not all that
he should be in the way of conserva-
tion & sobriety so he starts to put
the pinch on this fellow when all
the other cash customers begin to
rain snowballs on the flatfoot and
Mabel it looks like a picture I once
see about Custard's last stand.
This week a big & bad & rough &
tough team comes down to try to put
the bite on the Michigans. They are
called the Minnesodas. These Min-
nesodas are supposed to be practical-
ly foaming at the mouth in a wild
desire to do so. In the last few years,
the Michigans manage to win, but
never by very much and so a reward
which is known as the Little Brown
Slug remains at Michigan.
So this game is different. The ob-
ject is not to put the Slug on the
other fellow but to keep the Little
Brown Slug yourself (good joke, hey
Mabel?)
The Minnesodas are also called
the Gofers. The only reason I can
figure out for this, Mabel, is because
they always Gofer Michigan tooth &
nail. (Ha, ha. Another fast one.)
Well anyway Mabel give my re-
gards to the Boss and tell him that
I will probably be wanting my Chem-
istry Prof. which is always handing
me the fishy optic rubbed out in
short order so tell the boys to be
ready to come down. I am just wait-
ing for my midsemester to come back.
Sincerely,
Mike
Weather Holds Up
Play In Fraternity
SpeedballLeague
Inclement weather has retarded
the progress of the Interfraternity
speedball league so much that the
finalsdwill not take place until some-
time next week. The semi-finals are
being played off this week.
Three of the five winners of the
various leagues have come through
finally with the elimination of Alpha
Omega by Phi Kappa Sigma, 14-,
and yesterday's victory by Theta Chi
over Pi Beta Delta, 18-6. The other
semi-final bringing Delta Upsilon
and, Phi Kappa Sigma together will
be run off this afternoon if the wea-
ther permits. The winners of the
two games will meet next week.
I-M Swimming!
The swimming events will begin
tonight. Both the dual meets and
the water polo games will adhere to

the same schedule. Both events will
be run off on the same evening. The-
ta Xi will compete with Phi Kappa
Tau at 7:30. At 8:00, Sigma Chi will
swim against Delta Alpha Epsilon,
and Psi Upsilon will meet Phi Kappa
Psi.
Volleyball
Fraternity volleyball has already
begun and vast interest is being
shown by all participants. Indepen-
dent volleyball outfits are requested
to hand the names of their teams
and its members to Earl Riskey of
the intramural department.
The independent cross - country
meet will be run off at 5 o'clock this
afternoon. All those who desire to
take part will meet at the Field
House.

Fisher's Squad
Favored Over
Weber's Team
Physical Eds Outweighed;
Plan Airway Offensive,
With Jones Throwing
Faced with the same cold weather
which is a tradition for their annual
game, the regular Freshman team
under Coaches Ray Fisher and Cliff
Keen will meet Wally Weber's fresh-
man Physical Ed. team this after-
noon at 4 o'clock on Ferry Field. The
field, protected on the one sdie by
the south satnds and on the north
by the Intramural Building, is in
much better shape than it was for
the game last year.
The Physical Ed. team, handi-
capped by the fact that they have
been limited to but six hours a week
of actual practice, will enter the
game the underdogs to the heavy
frosh squad. In addition to their
lack of practice the Physical Eds.
have been limited in their scrim-
mages.
Freshmen Are Heavy
Contrasted to the inexperienced
and light Physical Ed. line, the Frosh
will put up one of the heaviest and
strongest lines in recent years. With
this weight and experience against
his team, Coach Weber has resorted
to the airways, and has schooled his
team in a passing offense, with Ken
Jones on the throwing end.
The Physical Eds will be attempt-
ing to break a long dominance held
by the Frosh, terminating in last
year's 6-0 freshman win in the snow.
According to Coach Fisher, the Frosh
dominance has been broken but once
in recent years, in 1930, when the
Physical Ed. team scored a 6-0 vic-
tory. In the last play of that game
Stan Fay,.now Varsity captain, faded
back to pass, but was forced to throw
blindly when the forwards charged
through. Ted Petoskey, playing at
end for the Physical Eds. took the
ball on the goal line for the lone
score.
All-State Stars In Lineup
Several All-State prep stars are
listed in the staritng line-ups of both
teams. The Physical Eds. will have
a practically All-State backfield from
Michigan, with Ferris Jennings, the
Ann Arbor flash, at quarter, John
Turik, from Lansing Eastern at a
half and Harry Lutomski, from Ham-
tramck, at fullback. Herb Baker, at
center, was named on the second
All-State team from Grand Rapids
Ottawa Hills in 1932.
Matt Patanelli, the giant end who
does the Frosh kicking, was named
an All-State end at Elkhart, Ind.,
and Frank Lett at the other end was
All-State at Battle Creek. Bud Han-
shue, who earned the mythical hon-
ors at guard from Kalamazoo will
start at left tackle.
Earl Meyers, who will start at a
half for the Frosh and do the pass-
ing is playing his first year of foot-
ball, although he was an All-City
basketball player while at Detroit
Northern.
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS
Frosh Phys. Eds.
Patanelli ...LE..... . ... Sobsey
Hanshue .......LT......... Fisher
Garber ,.........LG.......... Matz
Oyler .......... C.......... Baker
Sears .......... RG .......... Bissell
Callouette.. .. . RT ........Drewes,
Lett .... . .. .. Stabovitz
Ellis ........ .QB ..... Jennings
Aug ...:........LH .......... Jones
Meyers ........ RH...... ...Turik
Amrine ......FB...... Lutomski
Kahn Defeats Sandusky

To Win Invitational Title
Howard Kahn, the diminutive
sophomore who has dominated the
fall Intramural tennis program cli-
maxed the season this week when he
defeated Clint Sandusky, Varsity
tennis captain, in the finals of the
Campus Invitational tournament, 6-0,
6-3.
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These Men Are Responsible For The Rise Of Army

--Associated Press Photo
Army's gridiron record this year is one of the most outstanding oO the major elevens in the East.
Combining a powerful scoring attack, led by the flashy Buckler, with an almost impregnable defense, the
Cadets have piled up 191 points and yieldefl but six to Mercer, in winning their first seven games of the
season. Army should extend the winning streak to eight when it meets Pennsylvania Military Academy
this Saturday.

Renner At Half
In Yesterday's
Defensive Drill
Replaces Jack Heston As
Kipke Perfects Defense
For Minnesota Game
The Minnesota Varsity entered
Yost Field House yesterday in the
form of Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's
gold-clad reserve outfit and ran Go-
pher plays at the Wolverines for the
better part of the afternoon.
And Coach Harry Kipke ran his
potential starting team through a
rigorous drill in that department of
the game which is expected to play
a most important part in the battle
of the little brown jug - defense.
Oosterbaan Scouted Gophers
Bennie Oosterbaan is well qualified
as a coach of Minnesota plays having
scouted the last five Gopher en-
counters. His official scouting report
ran into some ten lengthy pages.
Oosterbaan has righteous fear of the
Northmen.
The most obvious change in the
Varsity lineup was Renner's replace-
ment of Heston in the backfield for
the entire afternoon. Renner was at
the left half position on both of-
fense and defense, while Captain Fay
directed the team from quarter.
Coach Kipke indicated that the
injured Wistert would see action in
Saturday's encounter by using him
in his regular tackle position for a
short time. He spent most of the
practice session, however, on the
sidelines.
Jacobson At Tackle
Consequently, two new faces were
evident on the left side of Michi-
gan's line. Tage Jacobson was at
Wistert's tackle and Willard Hilde-
brand was in Savage's guard posi-
tion. Borgmann, who reported for
practice late, will probably see action
in the Gopher tilt also.
The probability of having to prac-
tice in the Field House all week has
the Michigan coaches worried. The
comparatively cramped q u a r t e r s
gives them little opportunity to drill
their charges on pass offense or de-
fense.
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BOTANY
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$1.95
BOTANY TIES
to match above Scarfs
$1.00

Varsity Hockey
Practice Will
Begin Monday
Clashing skates and crashing sticks
will soon hold the attention of the
Michigan winter sports fan. The
Wolverine ice-hockey team will start
its season practice next Monday eve-
ning.
Despite the loss of three of last
year's stars, namely co-captains
Keith Crossman and Emmet Reid
and Neil Gabler, Coach Ed Lowrey
will have back a well-balanced, ex-
perienced squad.
Heading the list of regulars that
will return to the fold is Captain
George David, last year's flashy,
hard-working forward whose 'punch'
in most opportune moments usually
decided the result of a Michigan vic-
tory.
Chapman To Return
Another senior that will return to
work, but only after the football sea-
son ends, is Ted Chapman.
Johnny Sherf and Johnny Jewel,
two juniors, finish the list of Varsity
men of last year's squad. Sherf, a
forward, was the star of the season
last year. Given honorable mention
for All-American by many sports
writers and by College Humor, his
solo dash down the ice and his quick
flip of the puck into the net for a
score is again expected to be the
prime drawing card for and the of-
fensive mainstay of the Wolverine
team.
Jewel To Be Goalie
Jewel is the youngster who last
year stepped into the hole left vacant
by the graduation of Jack Tomp-
kins, All-American goalie, and fin-
ished the season in the rank of one
of the best goalies in the Confer-
ence.
The other veterans to return are
Avon Artz, senior forward, Tommy
Stewart, and Courtis.
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