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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1933

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Kipke Stresses
Blocking And
Tackling Drill

BOX SCORE
WASHINGTON (A. L.)

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Kowalik And Savage
On Second Team;
At Half On Varsity

Still
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Myer, 2b...... 4
Goslin, rf .... 4
Manush, If .... 4
Cronin, ss .... 4
Schulte, m .... 4
Kuhel, lb .... 4
Bluege, 3b .... 4
Sewell, c3.....3
Stewart, p .... 1
Russell, p..... 1
*Harris....... 0
Thomas, p .... 0

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Fierce blocks, driving tackles and7
savage line play were everywhere in
evidence yesterday as Assistant'
Coaches Webber, Cappon and Oos-
terbaan sent the second and third
string football teams through a long
scrimmage on Ferry Field.
All the easy-going confidence that
marked former'drills has been dis-
sipated by the poor showing made in
Saturday's scrimmage and by the re-
sulting shake-up instituted by Coach
Kipke Monday.
Guards Star
Kowalik and Savage, relegated to
the second team, put everything they
had into smacking the "Blue" ball
carriers far behind the line of scrim-
mage, a task in which they were ably
seconded by McGuire, a reserve
tackle, who made the finest showing
of his career. Ponto and Patchin, at
guard for the "Blues" had their hands
full trying to outplay the veteran
guards.,
Even the first stringers got a taste
of the rough stuff when they were
put through a bruising blocking and
tackling drill during the early after-
noon. Viergiver, mammoth sophomore
tackle came out of this workout with
an injury which kept him with Chap-
man among the slightly disabled.
Wistert, too, had only a light work-
out due to a minor injury.+
Malaschevich Returns
Mike Malaschevich got into the
rough work today for the first time
in several weeks, and teamed with
Johnson to do a very capable job at
the flanks for the "Whites."-
The first team, with Hildebrand,
Beard and Borgmann working at the
guards was sent through a long signal
drill, while the reserves scrimmaged.
Fay was back at his position in the
backfield, working mostly at a half,
with Renner at quarter.

Totals ......33 2
NEW YO#K
AB R
Moore, lf ......4 1
Critz, 2b ...... 4 1
Terry, lb ......4 1
Ott, rf....... 4 1
Davis, m ......4 0
Jackson, 3b ... 4 0
Mancuso,'c ... 4 0
Ryan,,ss ..... 4 0
Hubbell, p .... 3 0
Totals ......35 4
Washington .. .0 0 0
New York ....2 0 2

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Stribling Ends
Boxing Career;
An Auto Vietim
MACON, Ga., Oct. 3.-()-William
Lawrence (Young) Stribling, Georgia
heavyweight, died at 6 a. m. eastern
standard time today from injuries re-
ceived Sunday in a motor accident.
The end came an hour after the
fighter lapsed into unconsciousness,
following a dogged fight which his
physicians said was possible only by a
person of his tremendous vitality.
At his bedside were his parents,
"Pa" and "Ma" Stribling, his man-
ager and trainer, his wife, Claire, her-
self a patient at the hospital follow-
ing the birth of their third child,
born two weeks ago, and a younger
brother, Herbert, a fighter in his own
right.
Physicians said death was due to
complications arising from internal
injuries suffered when Stribling's left
foot was severed and his pelvis
crushed in a collision between his
motorcycle and an automobile.
Ryan); by Thomas 2 (Jackson and
Ryan). Hits-Off Stewart 6 in 2 in-
nings (none out in third), Russell 4
in 5, Thomas none in 1. Losing
pitcher-Stewart. Umpires; - Plate,
Moran (N. L.); first base, Moriarty
(A. L.); second base, Pfirman (N. L.) ;
third base, Ormsby (A. L.). Time-
2:07.

PLAY

HOW DOES MICHIGAN LOOK to
an opposing backfield as the
eleven lines up and directs smashes
through the line and into the secon-
dary defense, runs the ends, or pre-
sents a stone wall to the offense?
That question is answered by a fresh-
man back had had plenty of oppor-
tunity to observe at close range dur-
ing Saturday's scrimmage. The inter-
view was obtained by John Thomas,
former Daily sports editor.
Everhardus versus Heston as a run-
ner-there is a question which is
inder discussion all over the campus.
It will probably never be fully an-
swered, but this backfield man pre-
ferred Everhardus' technique. Heston
is a shiftier runner as he advances
toward you; Everhardus runs more in
FRESHMEN MEN: NOTICE
Freshmen men should make ar-
rangements for locker and towel
equipment in Waterman Gymna-
sium, according to Dr. George A.
May, director of freshman athletic
activities. "All activities will begin
on Monday, Oct. 9," Dr. May said.

a straight line. But EverhardusI
swings his hips further away from
your hands when you try to tackle
him.
Heston's elusiveness depends upon
his dodging, hesitations, and weaving,
while Everhardus depends more on
the .stiff-arm and hip swing. Con-
sequently, Herm covers the. distance
toward the goal faster even though
Heston is probably actually the faster
man.
Heston runs with his knees fairly
high, but Everhardus brings his up
even higher. More important, Ever-
hardus runs with his knees far apart,
so a tackler can put his shoulder
against one leg, reach his arm
around, and not be able to bring the
two knees together, which constitutes
stopping a runner cleanly.
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Everhardus Vs. Heston-

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FELLOWS.

Runs batted in - Ott 3, Jackson 1,
Cronin 1, Kuhel 1. Home run-Ott.
Double play-Mancuso and Ryan.
Left on bases-Washington 6, New
York 7. Bases on balls-Off Hubbell
2 (Sewell, Harris). Struck out-By
Hubbell 10 (Myer, Goslin, Manush,
Kuhel, Bluege 3, Stewart, Russell and
Schulte); by Russell 3 (Davis 2,

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