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FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1933

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PLAY &
BY-PLAY

Yearling Phys.
Eds. Hold First

Varsity Sluggish
In Practice With

BOX SCORE

New York

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Grid WorkoutI Frosh Gridders

-By AL NEWMAN-I
More Predictions
* * *
(Ed. note: This column probably,
will not appear on Saturday and
Sunday mornings during the football
season.)
* * *
BELOW ARE the results of thel
votes of the five junior assistants
on the sports staff in the form of
a consensus of opinion on the out-
come of the larger grid games of the
nation this weekend. The teams
picked to wip will appear in black-
face type with the number of votes
given it out of the total five.
Michigan (5) vs. Michigan,
State (0).
Minnesota (5) vs. Indiana (0).
Ohio State (E) vs. Virginia (0).
Purdue (5) vs. Ohio U. (0).
Illinois (5) vs. Washington U. (0).
Wisconsin (1) vs. Marquette (4).
Notre Dame (5) vs. Kansas (0).
Brown (5) vs. Rhode Island (0).
Colgate (5) vs. St. Lawrence (0).
Columbia (5) vs. Lehigh (0).
Cornell (5) vs. Richmond (0).
Dartmouth (5) vs. Vermont (0) .
Harvard (5) vs. Bates (0).
Holy Cross (5) vs. Catholic U. (0).
Princeton (5) vs. Amherst (0).
Rutgers (5) vs. Providence (0).
W. Virginia (0) vs. Pitt (5).
Yale (5) vs. Maine (0).
Wash. State (3) vs. USC (2).
Stanford (5) vs. Santa Clara (0).
Nebraska (5) vs. Texas (0).
S. Methodist (5) vs. Texas
Mines (0).
Alabama (5) vs. Mississippi (0).
Georgia (5) vs. Tulane (0).
Vanderbilt (5) vs. N. Carolina (0).
W&L (0) vs. W&M (5).
Calif. (3) vs. St. Mary's (2).
U. of D. (5) vs. Western State (0).
Carnegie Tech. (2) vs. Temple (3).:
The consensus this weep, as-on any
early Saturday, is largely comprised

Baker Will Take Care Of
Center Position; Backs
Are Many In Number
Coach Wally Weber sent his frosh
Phys. Ed. gridders through their first
scrimmage of the season Wednesday
in an effort to get a line on his
talent, most of which has been work-
ing for the past week with Ray
Courtright's "State" squad in prepa-
ration for its Saturday scrimmage
with the Varsity.
Baker, a big 205 pound center from
Grand Rapids apparently will take
care of the pivot position, according
to those indications given by him in
both Wednesday's scrimmage and
the Saturday scrimmage in the Stad-
ium. The guards, are well taken care
of with Bissel and Droos taking the
call there. Stabovitz, a graduate of
Carl Shurz High, Chicago, has an
end position assured, with Solse on
the other.
Backfield material is far from
scarce, with several high school and
prep stars out. Outstanding of these
are Jennings, at quarterback, John
Turik and Dwight Butler at the
halves, and Pope, a graduate of Ford-
son High and a transfer from Ypsi
Normal at full. Butler, who comes
from Redford, is in line to assume
.the punting duties.
of unanimous votes in favor of larger
institutions which are playing early
season "set-ups." 1
But there is one surprising fea-
ture. Southern California, according
to the consensus, will take a beating
from Washington State. Well, we
don't know, but it takes a lot of
nerve to predict the downfall of a
National Champion. Still. Wash-
ington State is reputed to be, very
strong this year, and maybe USC
will go down. Another surprise is the
four to one vote for Marquette over
Wisconsin.

Renner, Regeczi, Oliver
Take Hand At Passing
With Little Success

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Moore, if ......... 4
Critz, 2b ......... 4
Terry, lb ........ 4
Ott, rf ............ 3,
Davis, ef......... 4
Jackson, 3b.....3
Mancuso, c .......4
Ryan, ss......... 3
Fitzsimmons, p ...'2
Peel .............1
Bell, p ...........0

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Kipke Drives Men
Borgmann Shows Well At
Guard; Chapman Back
With FootballSquad
With a display of sluggishness and{
a noticeable lack of spirit, Michigan's
varsity football team moved one day'
nearer to the game with State that-
is to test the Wolverine strength. It
was evident that Coach Kipke was
displeased with his men, and he
drove them throughout the after-
noon with no letup.
The greater part of the workout
showed the freshmen opposing the
varsity in a dummy scrimmage.
Most of this
scrimmage w a s
devoted to pass-
ing, with' very few
of the tosses suc-
cessful. Repeated-
ly the frosh broke
up the varsity
plays. Kipke al-
ternated the back-
fieldmen _on the
regular team, with
Regeczi, Ren-
ner and Oliver doing the passing
None of these men, however, showed
enough accuracy to satisfy the coach.
The ends appeared slow on the pass
plays and the backs were not block-
ing for the passer.
Prior to the scrimmage Kipke had
Oliver, Heston, Everhardus, Regeczi,
and Nelson drilling on placing punts
and the remainder of the backfield
candidates catching them. As usual,
John Regeczi was the best of this
lot, getting off boots averaging about
75 yards.
Winding up the rather light work-
out, what is expected to be the start-
ing lineup for Saturday faced the
frosh in an intensive signal drill. On
the line were Petoskey and Ward,
ends; Austin and Hildebrand, tack-
les; Kowalik and Borgman, guards;
and Bernard, center. The backfield
had Renner at quarter; Everhardus
and Capt. Fay, halves; Regeczi, full-
back; and Westover, Heston, Dauzka,
Remias and Bolas alternates.
Ted Chapman and Mike Malash-
evich have returned to the squad,
but Vergiver is still nursing injuries
and Savage is temporarily out. Borg-
man, an up-and-coming junior line-
man has replaced Savage and show-
ed up well in yesterday's scrimmage.

William Veeck,'
Head Of Cubs,
Passes Away
CHICAGO, Oct. 5.-(P)-William
Veeck, president of the Chicago
Cubs, died early this morning at St.
Luke's hospital where he had been
suffering from leucemia, an excess
of white corpuscles in the blood.
The death of the veteran baseball
official occurred s h o r tl y after his
physician, Dr. Leo C. Clowes, said his
condition had taken a definite turn
for the worse. Last night he was re-
ported somewhat better after oxygen
had been administered to assist him
in breathing.
Veeck entered the hospital several
days ago and his condition was con-
sidered critical from the start. The
oxygen was administered yesterday
when his difficulty in breathing caus-
ed his heart to be taxed and his
temperature to rise.

Intramural Sports
Soon Start; Tennis
Is Now Under Way
Intramural sports events, after be-
ing held up for several weeks in or-
der to allow for the organization and
entry of fraternityand independent
teams, are finally about to get under
way.
Three tennis tournaments, the All-
Campus, which was won by Kean
last year and which includes 85 en-
tries this year; the Fall Invitational,
an exclusive affair restricted to those
that tennis coach, John Johnstone,
invites, won also by Kean last year;
and the International, contested by
foreign students, won by Liu last
year, have already been active for
the past week.
Fraternity speedball is expected to
begin Wednesday of n e x t week.
week. Thirty teams have already
entered and others that desire to
participate should - sign up before
Saturday, October 7.

Totals..

..32 0 5 24 11

Peel batted for Fitzsimmons in the
eighth.

Washington

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Myer, 2b ........
Goslin, rf ........
Manush, If......
Cronin, ss ........
Schulte, cf..... .
Kuhel, lb ........
Bluege, 3b.......
Sewell, c .........
Whitehill, p..... .

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Totals ...

.31 4 9

Two-base hits-Goslin,
Bluege, Myer, Jackson. Left

27 15 1
Schulte,
on bases

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-New York 6, Washington 2. Double
play-Cronin to Myer to Kuhel. Bases
on balls-Off Whitehill 2. Struck out
-By Whitehill 2, by Fitzsimmons 2.
Stolen base-Sewell. Hits-Off Fitz-
simmons 9 in 7 innings. Wild pitch-
Whitehill. Umpires-Pfirman (N. L.),
plate; Ormsby (A. L.), first; Moran,
(N. L.), second; Moriarty (A. L.),
third.
State May Use
Recruit Quarter
Here Saturday
EAST LANSING, Oct. 5. - (IP) -
The sturdy shoulders of an inexperi-
enced quarterback may bear the re-
sponsibility Saturday of directing
Michigan S t a t e's attack against
Michigan.
As the hour of the "big" game
drew near, developments strongly
leaned toward Charley Muth, 'jun-
ior understudy from Kalamazoo, as
the man to direct State's drive.
Muth will be the choice of Charley
Bachman for the job if his regular
quarterback, Alton Kircher, fails to
rally from a bad knee injury.
Muth, a star in high school, is vir-
turally without experience as far as
major games are concerned.aHe un-
der-studied Kircher last year and
was given some action in minor en-
gagements. Just what he can do un-
der test of a big-time football is a
m a t t e r of conjecture with his
coaches.
Kircher hobbled about the field
Wednesday hopeful of entering the
game Saturday but Trainer Jack
Heppinstall insisted the upper penin-
sula boy will not be in shape. There
was a more hopeful sign that Cap-
tain Bernard McNutt, injured full-
back, may be in action.
RAMBLER SOPHS BENCHED
Failing to live up, to expectations,
Notre Dame's sensational sophomore
grid prospects have been benched by
Coach "Hunk" Anderson. When the
Rambler team lined up for scrim-
mage yesterday, there was only one
junior and one sophomore in its
ranks.
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