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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Kipke Sends

Varsity

Through LongOffensiveScrimmage

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Expect Return
Of Bill Renner
In Two Weeks
Jennings, Sweet, And Aug
Are Newcomers In First
,tring Backfield
John Regeezi Stars
Aug Shows Lots Of Drive
And Improvement As A
Passer During Workout
Displaying power and enthusiam
characteristic of a high-ranked team,
Michigan's Varsity football squad
went through a hard scrimmage and
drill in offensive tactics yesterday
afternoon under Coach Harry Kipke.
A note of cheer was added to the
outlook of the near future when it
became known that Bill Renner will
return to active service within two
weeks. At the beginning of the sea-
son Renner, seemed assured of the
position of regular quarterback for
the Wolverines, but an injured ankle
put him on the bench three weeks
ago.
He will be out of the cast by
Thursday or Friday, and will be able
to report for practice next week. In
another couple of weeks he will be
ready to play.
In the practice session held ys-
terday, Regeczi stood out as the best
ball carrier and passer. Still playing
at halfback, since it is too dangerous
for his old injury to play up close
behind the line at his usual fullback
position, Regeczi shot passes long and
short to Patanelli, Savage and Ward.
His line bucks told heavily against
the freshmen and many of them were
good for gains of four and five yards.
With an interference that clicked for
the first time this year, he was also
able to get around the ends for. con-
siderable yardage.
Coach Kipke experimented with
various combinations in both line
and backfield. A complete reshuffle
resulted in one set of backs in which
Jennings, Sweet and Regeczi worked
with Patanelli. Aug and Oliver saw
some action as well.
Aug slashed through the line and
was able to line his passes with ac-
curacy. Displaying more drive than
any of the previously considered
backs, he got through the line for
several runs.
Sweet, a newcomer to the line-up,
seems not only strong, but a great
deal faster at getting away and cut-
ting through his opposition. Ward,
though fair at handling passes, was
stopped at the line when carrying the
ball.
In the line, Savage and Ward held
their end positions throughout the
scrimmage. Hildebrand, Viergiver,
and Bissell alternated at guard,
while. Wright relieved Austin before
the session closed.
Sororities To Be
Active In Sports
Every house on campus will be rep-
resented in intramural competition
this year except Betsy Barbour dor-
mitory. Practice for next week's
games will be held at 4:30 p.m. and
5:15 p.m. today and Friday at Palmer
Field.
Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Xi
Delta, Collegiate Sorosis, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, and Kappa Delta will
practice volley ball at 4:30 p.m. to-
day. Alpha Omicron Pi, Tridelt, and
Alpha Epsilon Phi will put out more
volley ball teams at 5:15 today.
Pi Beta Phi, League teams eight ard

nine, Kappa Alpha Theta, and Jordan
will play hockey at 4:30 p.m. today
while Mosher Hall and Delta Gamma
will play at 5:15 p.m. today.
Students proficient in tennis are
invited to attend the meeting of the
Tennis club at 4:00 p.m. today in the
lounge of the Women's Athletic Build-
ing. The club intends to give its mem-
bers a work-out as they have sched-
uled a match with the Ann Arbor
Tennis club a week from today.
All students planning to enter ath-
letic competition must get their heart
and lungs checked. Physicians will
give such examinations at 4 p.m,
today in the Women's Athletic Build-
ing.
Roach To Guard Wing's
Goal At Start Of Year
John Ross Roach, the little goal-
minder who did yeoman service for
the Red Wings until Wild Cude came
along early last season, will be back
in the nets when the Wings open their
season next month.
Jack Adams, the smiling pilot of the
National League champions, made

STAR*
D UST
*--y ART CARSTENS- -
DETROIT, Oct. 9-I'm not trying
to decide whether or not Joe
Medwick was guilty of intentionally
trying to spike Marvin Owen on third
in today's game, but a lot of usually
cold-blooded sport writers sitting in
the press box back of third base felt
like throwing their portables at the
offender. From where we sat it
looked as though Medwick tried to
spike Owen when coming into the
bag, failed, then got up, took aim
and made a second stab for his
victim.
A lot of people were saying that
the left field crowd wouldn't have
been nearly so vociferous if Detroit
had been leading instead of St.
Louis. However, I think Medwick
had it coming. He was carrying
his cleats high all during the series
(as was noted in this column yester-
day).
Tiger fan as we are, we have to
hand it to Dizzy Dean. Diz was toy-
ing with the Bengals yesterday, be-
lieve me. His showmanship reached
its height in the ninth with Green-
berg at bat. The big first baseman
had already fanned twice (that guy
is certainly a sucker for bad balls--
and tries to kill every one of them)
but this time he started out by bang-
ing a very hard hit ball over third
base-it went foul by a few feet. The
crowd yelled for one in the bleach-
ers and Greenberg tried to oblige.
He swung aimlessly at the third
strike and Dizzy grinned broadly at
his little joke.
Dean, however, was taking no
chances with any batsman all after-
noon. Although he had a lead of
seven runs or more after the third
he was pitching for a shut-out-and
got it.
In the final analysis the star of
the series,outside of the Deans, will
probably be Captain Leo Durocher,
Cardinal shortstop. Leo is the hit-
less wonder of the Card infield but
came through i again yesterday with
two hits-one a triple. These Cards
are all money players and Durocher
is the steadiest of the lot in the
pinches.
* * *
World's Series's are all right but
when they go to seven games
they become anti-climactic. The
whole feeling today was that Detroit
should have won the title yesterday.
Cochrane was fumbling in the dark
when he chose Auker to start and
certainly must have been a little
rattled to send in Rowe after he
pitched nine innings yesterday. The
feeling in the press box was that
the man who finished for the Tigers
should have started-General Alvin
Crowder. Anyway, the sport writers,
from Damon Runyan down to your
humble correspondent, were glad
when it was all over.
Now that the Cards have definitely
clinched the crown we can turn our
attention to King Football.
I see by the papers where Coch-
rane is coming out to Ann Arbor to
have a cry with Kipke. Personally,
I don't think Kip's doing much cry-
ing right now-he's too mad for such
feminine manifestations.
OVER-CONFIDENCE
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 9 - (P) - Be-
cause he tried to make good his boast
he could drink a gallon of wine, police
said, Abe Silverberg, 43, clothing store
owner, died last Monday night while

police surgeons tried to revive him by
I artificial respiration. An autopsy was
nordered.

As Cards Defeated Tigers In Seventh Games Of Series

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-Associated Press Photo
This is a scene in tie first inning of yesterday's debacle. Jack Rothrock, Cardinal right fielder went far
over to the foul line to take Gehringer's fly and retire the Tigers. The Tiger pitchers had nothing on the
ball yesterday and Detroit went down to defeat in the finale of the series. The Dean brothers proved too good
and accounted for all four Card victories.

Board Fears Fake
Copyrights Programs
The possibility that "boot-leg" foot-
ball programs may be distributed at
future football games here has caused
the Board in Control of Physical Edu-
cation to copyright the squad roster
and playing numbers.
Action is to be taken by the U.S.
District Attorney's office against per-
sons publishing these programs which
would compete with those published
by the Board. Advertisers in the pro-
grams will be classed with the pub-
lishers as defendants.
Speedball, Hybrid
Sport, Is Grid, Ice,
And court Game
By FRED BUESSER
To invent a game which would in-
corporate the major thrills of hockey,
basketball, football, and soccer in
l order to appeal to a student body
whose preference for these sports was
already definitely established was a
problem which faced the intramural
department when the necessity arose
some years ago for a popular fall
sport which would appeal to the
campus as a whole.

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THE BOX SCORE

Dizzy In Form
As Cards Take
Deciding Game

Not only was it necessary that the
sport be an appealing one, but it had
to be one which could be played by
many different types of students who
would be unable to furnish expensive
equipment or maintain rigorous phys-
ical conditioning program.
The result was speedball. Intro-
duced by the intramural authorities
four years ago, it immediately cap-
tured \the praise of the general stu-
dent and met with an unhoped for
success. The game is perhaps more
closely akin to soccer than to any
other sport, but the spectacular floor-
work of basketball, the face-off of
hockey, and the drop-kick of foot-
ball, all topped off by a characteristic
_,ough and ready spirit popular with
all competitive sportsmen, have de-
veloped the game into one of the most
interesting athletic discoveries, both
from the player and the spectators
angle, in recent years.,
Eleven mentcomprise a speedball
team. No running with the ball is
permitted and therefore there is no
necessity for equipment to protect
the players from the shock of blocking
and tackling. The ball is put in play
by an outside kick-off as in football
and may then be handled by the re-
ceiving side in one of several ways.
It may be kicked along the ground
as in soccer, it may be passed from
one player to another, or it may be
dribbled by throwing it up in the air
and catching it before it hits the
ground.
The scoring is perhaps the most
novel and interesting feature of the
game. A ball kicked between the goal
posts and beneath the cross bar counts
three points. A touchdown, that is a
ball passed successfully over the goal
line into the end zone by players of
the attacking team, counts two points.
A penalty kick, very similar to that
in soccer, counts one point, and a drop
kick between the uprights from any
place on the field counts one. Outside
balls are put in play as in basket-
ball and held balls are faced off as in
hockey, but between the feet of two
opposing players.

CARDING
AS
Martin, 3b ........5
Rothrock, rf ......5
Frisch, 2b ........5
Medwick, if.......4
Fullis, lf ..........1
Collins, lb ........5
Delancey, c ........5
Orsatti, cf ........3
Durocher, ss ......5
J. Dean ..........5

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St. Louis ..........007 002 200-11
E Detroit ...........000 000 000- 0

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Totals .......43 11
DETROIT
AB R
White, cf ..........4 0
Cochrane, c......4 0
Hayworth, c......0 0
Gehringer, 2b .....4 0
Goslin, if ..........4 0
Rogell, ss...........4 0
Greenberg, lb .....4 0
Owen, 3b .........4 0
Fox, rf..........3 0
Auker, p .........0 0
Rowe, p .......... 0 0
Hogsett, p.... ...0 0
Bridges, p ........2 0
Marberry, p .......0 0
*Walker ..........1 0
Crowder, p ........0 0
Totals .......34 0

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0 Double plays - Owen to Gehringer
0 to Greenberg.
0 Stolen Bases - Martin 2.
1 Hits - Off Auker - 6 in 2 1-3 in-
nings; Rowe, 2 in 1-3 inning; Hog-
sett, 2 in 0 inning (pitched to 4 bat-
ters); Bridges, 6 in 4 1-3 innings.
E Bases on balls - Off Auker 1, off
1 Hogsett 2, off Marberry 1.
0 Struck Out - By Auker 1, by J.
1 Dean 5, by Bridges 1, by Crowder 1.
1 Umpires - Geisel (A.L.), plate:
0 Reardon (N. L.), first base; Owens
0 (A.L.), second base; Klem (N.L.),
0 third base.
01
01 HOYT DRILLS MEN
0 Determined to make a lot of rug-
0 ged lads out of his prospective track
0 team, Coach Charlie Hoyt is drilling
0 a large squad of candidates daily on
0 Ferry Field. His plan provides for
- keeping them out until cold weather
3 interferes, and so far weather has
been his ally. Among the candidates
- are a large numbed of promising
'sophomore track men. Indications
A. are most of the field events will have
A. to be handled by veterans.
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0 Two-base Hits - Rothrock 2, J. (Continued From Page 1)
0 Dean, Frisch, Delancey, Fox 2. men who got two hits and was re-
0 Three-base Hits -- Medwick, Dur- placed by ChiefwHogsett. The Chief
0 ocher. experienced difficulty in retiring the
1 Left on bases -- Detroit 7, St. Louis side and Tommy Bridges was called
0 9. in to finish the disastrous inning.

In this hectic third with the bases

loaded. Frisch lined a double into
right field, scoring Dean, Martin, and
Rothrock. Collins singled Frisch home
and Delancey doubled. Orsatti walked
and Durocher singled. Dean beat out
a hit to Owen, and the bases were
still filled. Hogsett walked Martin,
forcing in Orsatti.
At this point Bridges entered the
game and induced Rothrock to ground
out to Gehringer.
The great Dean was mowing down
the much-publicized murderers' row
with clock-like precision. Up to the
ninth inning he yielded only four hits,
and never were the Tigers able to
present a strong scoring threat. Dean
struck out five Bengal batters and
walked no one.
The Cards scored again in the sixth
on Martin's single, Goslin's error.
Medwick's triple and Collins' single.
They counted again in the seventh on
Durocher's triple, Gerhinger's error
and Rothrock's double.
The Tigers attempted to start a
delayed rally in the ninth, but after
Gehringer and Rogell had singled, the
invincible Dean bore down anc
pitched himself to a shutout victory.
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*Batted for Marberry in eighth.
RENDEZVOUS TO MEET EPILOGUE
The Freshman Rendezvous will
meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Lane OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 9-(
Hall. P.)--The Dazzling Deans, fresh fr
Dr. Dean Meyers will show movies their World Series triumphs, willf
taken at the freshman camp this fall. to Oklahoma City for an exhibiti
Also at this meeting the group will game tomorrow night. Both Di,
decide on a pin and sweater. It is ,and Paul will pitch for an "all-sta
hoped that every member will be team against the Kansas City Mo
present. I archs, Negro team.
CIAG$S adRetu

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Going Fridays, Saturdays and until noon Sundays during
month of October. Return not later than following Wed.
Tickets with longer limits or for parties also sold daily.

and Everything!
Burr-Patterson's have
swell ideas that look
like a million bucks
and fit in all budgets.
TALK IT OVER WITH

NATURE IS
WONDERFUL!
A million years ago
she didn't know
we were going to
wear spectacles -
yet look at the way
she placed our ears.

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