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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

THURSDA , OCTO ER .1..934 PAE.T..E

Wolverines

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STAR DUST

By ART
CARSTENS

Chicago Game
Kipke May Start Jennings
At Quarter In Place Of
Oliver Saturday
That there will be a great revision
of the Michigan backfield before the
Chicago game this week-end was
further substantiated today when
Coach Harry Kipke continued to use
such newcomers behind the Varsity
line as Willis Ward, Cedric Sweet, and
Vincent Aug.
Johnny Regeczi was also in at de-
fensive quarter in yesterday's dummy
scrimmage. Of the quartet which
started against the Spartans, Russ
Oliver alone .remained. It is known,
however, thatrat present Oliver is in 1
disfavor and will probably be benched
as soon as Ferris Jennings recovers
from a "chalcy horse."
The dopesters have it figured out
that when Saturday rolls around Jen-
nings will be at quarter, Ward and
Regeczi at the halves, and Sweet at
full against the Chicago Maroons.
Line Not Much Changed
The line was relatively unchanged
yesterday, the only new face being
Matt Patanelli's at Ward's left end
position. Patanelli was quite at home
in his old position and thus dontinued
to adapt himself readily to Kipke's
plans.
Out of all the linemen Kipke was
concentrating on Mike Savage, telling
him to "get down lower" on defense
and to crowd end runs back into the
line. Savage was weak on stopping
end runs in the State game and
showed but little improvement yester-
day. If he does not satisfy Kipke soon
it is likely that Ward will move up to
end and that Aug will join the back-
field.o
Considerable time in yesterday's
practice was spent working on a pass-
ing attack. Oliver again stood out as
the best passer on the squad, but
he could take little glory from that
inasmuch as the "B" team had the
pass receivers smothered most of the
time.
Ward and Patanelli looked best on
receiving, Patanelli taking a few short
passes and Ward some long ones.
Ernie Johnson also stood out as a
receiver.
New Defense Tacticsf
A new development in Michigan's
style of defense was also seen when
Kipke lined up his men in a 6-3-2
formation for the dummy scrimmage
and for the real one which wound up
the practice. Sweet, Ford, and Aug
were backing up the line with Ward
and Regeczi behind them. Michigan's
customary defense formation is 6-
2-2-1.
Regeczi gave evidence of returning
to his old kicking form as he got off
several beautiful spirals in a short
practice session.
Bill Renner was in uniform for the
first time yesterday. He was wearing
a cast on his left leg, and restrained
his actions to passing. Bud Hanshue
can't raise his arm over his head yet.
Kipke wonders if he will be in shape
Saturday.
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THERE IS A LINE in today's pub-
licity handout from the Univer-
sity of Chicago which interests me :
"The defeat of Michigan by Michigan
State last Saturday has buoyed the
hopes of Maroon followers." One im-
mediately thinks, "What fools!" but
reading farther we find that Coach
Shaughnessy does not share the fans'
feelings.
Shaughnessy says of Michigan,
"They have a potentially strong
outfit of powerful individuals, but
Coach Kipke apparently didn't
have time to get his new combina-
tion organized to meet the strong
game that Michigan State of-
fered. His team also obviously
suffered from the disability of Re-
geczi and the absence of Renner.
But all I got out of the game was
the idea that Michigan will be
much better co-ordinated by Sat-
urday and will make faster prog-
ress this week because of the dis-
appointing start."
Chicago, from advance notices, will
have three men Michigan will have
particular trouble with Saturday.
With Chicago on the defense it will be
Capt. Eli Patterson, center; on offense
it will be either Jay Berwanger or
Ned Bartlett, halfbacks.
Patterson is the leading candidate
for All-Conference center this year,
playing a roving pivot position much
as- Bernard did. On most plays the
Maroons use a six-three-two defense
with Patterson the center man in the
three backing up the line. From this
position he made four out of five of
fthe tackles in the game two weeks
ago against Carrell.
With Shaughnessy planning an

open attack patterned after that
which Bachman used so success-
fully against Michigan last aStur-
day, Berwanger and Bartlett are
expecting a field day.
Bartlett, a very fast sophomore, will
alternate with Berwanger, a veteran,
at one half although Berwanger may
go to full if Bartlett comes into the
game.
Berwanger does most of the work
in the backfield while he is in, how-
ever, and may need a rest quite often.
He runs, punts, and passes - also does
a good job on defense. He, too, has
been mentioned as an All-Conference
prospect this year.
Another sophomore may break into
the Maroon backfield if Warren Skon-
ing can beat out the veteran Rain-
water Wells for the third backfield
post. Skoning has been coming fast
since the Carroll game and may get
the call over Wells, who has, appar-
ently, been taking things easy.
Shaughnessy may be consider-
ably surprised to see the backfield
that starts for Michigan Satur-
day. No one, Kipke included, is
quite sure which four it will be.
Apparently Triplehorn is benched
for the time being, but this still
leaves Oliver, Ward, Jennings,
Aug, Sweet, and Regeezi as pos-
sible starting backs.
Kipke is making no secret of the
fact that he was displeased with the
way Oliver was calling signals last
Saturday and Ferris Jennings will
probably start if Regeezi is able to do
the kicking. Jennings has gained a
total of two pounds since last spring
and now weighs 140.

Joe Borges Wins, Lee Shaw
Loses OnAmateur Fight C
Joe Borges, a Michigan freshman, troit, after a fast five-round
won his bout on the amateur fight Urso went to the finals of th
cards sponsored by Company K of go Golden Gloves tournam
the National Guard last night in the year and later fought on the
Armory as Lee Shaw, another Uni- team which met a similar1
versity boxer, lost his match. New York champions.
Borges defeated John Buckholtz of Earl McCleary, of Ann Ar
Chelsea on a decision after carrying was to have fought in the s
the fight to Buckholtz throughout the match was unable to pass a
match. examination.
Shaw, fighting in the welterweight examina___n.
division, lost on points to Joe Czerwin,
of the German American A. C., De-
troit, after a close match. Shaw
suffered a possible fractured arm
when coming out of a clinch in the r
first round.
In the featured bout of the card
Patsy Urso, fighting as an Ann Arbor
representative, defeated Danny San- Burr t '
chez of the Holy Redeemer A. C., De- '*a
JIM LONDOS RISKS TITLE A
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 10 - Jim. For your convenience
Londos, the heavyweighttmat champ-
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