LY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Folverines. Polish Attack For Game With Gophers Satv
In Long Session
Wistert Expected To Start
In Game As Neck Injury
Responds To Treatment
Renner At Quarter
Hildebrand Entrenched In
Guard Position; Kowalik
Favors Old Injury
"Get a Gopher" rang out in the
Field House yesterday afternoon as
Michigan's undefeated grid machine
polished off its attack for Saturday's
game with Minnesota. Coach Kipke
worked his men overtime drilling on
offensive plays against the fourth
team, representing Minnesota, and
the entire team and coaching staff
shouted "Get a Gopher" during the
Bill Renner, the promising junior,
was at quarter in place of Fay, the
latter occupying Heston's regular post
at halfback for the practice. Heston
was in the second team backfield
with Westover, Oliver, and Remias.
In the line Kowalik played a little
at his guard post, but a recurrence
of his leg injury made it necessary tc
replace him with
Bill Borgmann . .
Willard Hildebrand :;>,<.. r
seems firmly en-
trenched in the
left guard position
vacated by Carl
Savage, with Borg- m
with Kowalik at
right. Tage Jacob-
son filled Whitey
tackle post during
the practice while Whitey looked on
for the third day.
Wistert himself said that he was in
perfect shape but Kipke still refused
to let him risk his neck. It is possible
that the giant tackle will start Sat-
urday, but doubtful if he will be able
to play the entire game.
Tomorrow the squad will have a
light workout, Kipke said, and will
give over the Field House to the Min-
nesota squad if the weather continues
The starting backfield for Satur-
day's game, as it appeared yesterday
will be: Renner at quarter; Capt. Fay
and Everhardus, halfbacks; and Re-
Since the team has not had one
day of outside drill this week both
the kicking and passing departments
have not had the chance to develop
as much as Kipke has desired. In
fact, the entire week's practices have
been limited too much for the best
results. Minnesota, however, has had
three days of ourdoor drills in addi-
tion to all of last week.
OUTBOARDS SPEED UP
NEW YORK -(A)- Outboard mo-
tor speeds, now at the high record
of 61.75 miles an hour, have more
than doubled in the six years. The
record in 1925 was only 16 m. p. h.
Freshmen Defeat Physical Eds,
Minnesota Hopes To Check Michigan Title Advance
-Associated Press Photo
Minnesota almost knocked Michigan from the Big Ten title last year, but Newman kicked a field goal,
providing the winning margin. This week-end Minnesota faces another great test in trying to stop the
Wolverines from repeating. Butch Larson, end, and Julius Alfonse, halfback, are regulars for the Gophers.
Regeczi's kicking and Petoskey's savage, inspired play are big factors in the Michigan game.
PLAY AND BY-PLAY- BY AL NEWMAN
* * *
TO THE EDITOR from his gang-
Just recently I hear that they are
going to have some sort of meeting
Friday night to inspire the Michigans
with pep & enthusiasm before they-
play the Minnesodas.
That is the first time I hear so
much about anything like that on
this campus & let me tell you that
I am highly pleased & gratified as
the profs say. If there is anything
that this campus and the football
team needs it is pep & enthusiasm.
Lately the football team begins to
look tired to me & I cant say I blame
them in the slightest. I will be there
& just want to tell you Al that I
think that anyone which does not
come to this meeting & ruin his vocal
cords to respire the team is a slug.
IT SEEMS TO ME THAT FRIEND
MIKE has the right slant on
things. Stack up the two teams, and
man-for-man Michigan has a decid-
ed edge. But under the circumstances
of the schedule with Minnesota tak-
ing two weeks off to revise its play,
and rest, and with the enthusiasm
being displayed by Gopher follow-
ers, Minnesota will be a hard team
The only thing the students here
can do to equalize this advantage
is to inspire a Wolverine team which
is tired from a tough schedule and
stale from lack of enthusiasm to hit
a peak of performance which has not
been attained since the O. S. U. game.
This pep-meeting will be the first
within my memory at which the
members of the team will appear.
Ordinarily, it is considered too ex-
citing for the tense athletes. This
time they need excitement. Will they
Come and see what the members
of this Michigan football team look
like out of uniform. There will be
an aggregation of seniors there form-
ing the most talented part of the
team, and they are going into their
last home contest tomorrow. Will it
be a victory? The pep-meeting means
a lot. You say you have a date?
Bring her, too! It's at 7:30 p. m. in
FLASH: President Ruthven,I
always an optimist, predicts a
victory for Michigan by the score
of 8-3. This is straight stuff and
no kidding. I understand 'that
he even has some sort of a bet
The gamne will be broadcast by
a nation-wide hook-up of 188
stations, the largest number ever
to carry one football game!
rHE MICHIGAN DAILY FOOT-
BALL CONSENSUS put out by
the five junior members of the sports
staff, is more than .800 correct. Un-
til this week there has not been one
dissenting vote in the Michigan poll.
This week, Michigan is favored to
win by only three members, while
Minnesota gained two votes. Michi-
gan takes the sports staff call by
only one vote! The complete con-
Michigan (3) vs. Minnesota
Nebraska vs. Pitt (3)
Illinois (5) vs. Chicago
Cornell vs. Dartmouth (5)
Columbia (5) vs. Lafayette
Georgia (5) vs. Ala. Poly.
in All Shades
Greys, Blues, Browns, Tans
Idaho vs. California (5)touchdown. Aug converte tne
Centenary (3) vs. S. Meth. on a kick from placement.
Duke (5) vs. N. Carolina After the lone score both team
Carnegie Tech (5) vs. Georgetown tied down to a kicking duel bet
Alabama (5) vs. Ga. Tech. Patlanelli for the Frosh and Jen
Grinnell vs. Drake (5) for the Phys. Eds., with both t
Harvard (5) vs. Brown making alternate threats on th
Holy Cross (5) vs. Springfield posing goal.
Penn. (5) vs. Penn State The Phys. Ed's. big threat
N.Y.U. (5) vs. Rutgers late in the second period when.
Northwestern vs. Notre Dame (3) passed to Jennings for a first
Princeton (5) vs. Navy and Lutomski went through cent
Purdue (5) vs. Iowa successive plunges for two more
Oregon (3) vs. U.S.C. the Frosh line held and Jenning
Stanford (5) vs. Montana forced to kick into the end-zon
W&J (4) vs. Temple Frosh Line Heavy
Tulane (3) vs. Kentucky Faced by a much heavier lin
Washington (3) vs. U.C.L.A. Phys. Eds. with their pony bacl
O.S.U. (5) vs. Wisconsin trio in Jones, Trik and Jen
Indiana (5) vs. Xavier none of whom approaches 160 po
Fordham (5) vs. Ore. State were constantly forced to kick o
sort to Lutomski's hard plunging
Phys. Ed. forwards, although
SiX Major Elevens weighed to the man, completely
Left For Rose Bowl charged the strong Frosh line
held the yearling backs to
The race for national gridiron hon- THE LINEUPS:
ors has finally narrowed down to six Frosh Pos. Phys.
untied, undefeated teams, with no Patanelli .......LE. . .......S
more than three weeks to go. The Hanshue ........LT......... F
East boasts the two outstanding elev- Peterson ........LG......... .
ens in Army and Princeton. The Schumann .....C ........ .. E
South claims Duke and Georgia with Sears .......... RG......... B
slightly inferior outfits. Michigan is Callouette ......RT ....... D
the pride of the Mid-West thus far, Lett ....,......RE. . .... Stal
and Oregon University remains the Ellis.. .........QB .......Jen
lone leader on the West Coast. Aug ...........RH........
Oregon appears the logical Rose Meyers ........L.........
Bowl team now, but has yet to meet Amrine . . .......FB......Lut
Southern California and St. Mary's Touchdown: Arnrine Point
two crack teams. Since the Big Ten touchdown: Aug.
ruling against post-season games Substitutions -Freshmen: G
makes a Conference team an unlikely for Sears; Jacoby for Lett; S'
choice for the New Year's battle, the for Peterson; Liffiton for M
four Eastern and southern teams are Sweet for Amrine; Garber for
left for consideration. Army or shue; Oyler for Schumann; W
Princeton are reported acceptable to for Callouette; Bradman for
the Western officials, but it may be Wilson for Lett.
impossible for either to participate Officials: Referee, Ernie Vick;
because of rulings in the individual pire, Earl Riskey; Head Line
schools. Van Wye.
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We're no fools-we can see the advantages of
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