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A E1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
lackfield Uncertain As Football Squad Leaves For Cl

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Chicago End s
'Hardest Drill';

WOMEN'S
SPORTS

Kipke Names
33 For First

Jerry Ford Proves Dependable Pivot Man

Awaits U.Of M. I L
Practice for the opening of the In-
CHICAGO, Oct. 11.-The three tranural tournaments in volleyball
hardest days of practice the Maroon d hockey comes to a close today.
The elimination play-offs in the two
football team will face this season major sports of the faltprogram will
ended Wednesday when the Chi- start on Monday.
cago players went through their third Any houses that have teams who
and final scrimmage of the week. have not yet had a chance to prac-
Coach Shaughnessy planned the fur- tice may send out their aggregationsI
osachauthnesympannedftheinfur-ethis afternoon. The hours are 4:30
ious pace as the means of giving the and 5:15 p.m. Volleyball managers
Maroon team needed polish on of- should call Miss Virginia Peasley to
fense in its big chance against Michi- set a definite time for their practice
gan. session and be assured of getting a!
Shaughnessy is not basing his hopes court to play on.j
on the defeat the Wolverines received Hockey captains must call Miss'
from Michigan State. In the first Marie Hartwig to complete their ar-
place, the Spartans have a powerfulrngm t.
team that would be a contender in the rangements.
Big Ten, and in the second place, A deadline has been set, according'
Shaughigssy thinks that Michigan to announcement from the Intramur-
did not have quite enough time to get al Department, for the second set of
its offense shaped by last Saturday. archery scores. All this set must be
Asa result of the steady work since in by Saturday afternoon.
the Carroll game, the Chicago team. * * *
is starting to look like a real football
club. Its line has learned how to A chance for the Independent wom-
handle itself, and the players have en who want to participate in sport
rehearsed their plays so much that and be identified with a regular team
they can do their assignments almost this year is opened up in the new
by rfle acton.zoning system for unaffiliated women.
by reflex action. Each zone is to have its athletic
Asa result of the experinientatio teams, under the direction of the zone
which has been going on for two tas ne h ieto ftezn
weeks, the Maroon lineup seems pret- athletic manager.
ty definitely set, except for one end. Any woman who wishes to partici-
Capt. Patterson, center; Sam White- pate in the volleyball or hockey
side and Prescott Jordan, guards; tournaments which will start next
Clarence Wright and Merritt Bush, week must get in touch with her zone
tackles; John Baker and perhaps athletic manager today
Gordon Peterson, ends; Tommy Flinn, T
quarter; Jay Berwanger, Edwald Ny- The Intramural department has set
quist, and Warren Skoning, backs, Sunday night as the limit for the golf
probably will be the starting combina- scores to be turned in. Scores on 18
tion. holes at the University course are to
The fleet Ned Bartlett has been be put in the basket at the clubhouse
groomed to drop into the backfield this week-end.
the first time the offensive situation Also, all second round tennis
is promising and his speed can be matches are to be played off imme-
used to the best advantage. diately, according to Miss Marie Hart-

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H1. C. Carver Is Victor ,
In Faculty Golf Tourney
The yfirst of a series of faculty
week-end golf tournaments was play-
ed last Saturday and Sunday and was
won by Harry C. Carver of the Mathe-
matics department. Carver shot a
gross 82 and net 78. L. S. Norman
was second with a net 80 and J. A.
Bursley was third with a net 88.
There are two more week-end
tournaments scheduled during the
Fall. Most of the faculty men have
been given haAicaps which have been
posted at the University golf course.
Winners of the week-end tourneys
will each receive three golf balls.
The annual fall faculty tournament
for the Dr. Hugh Beebe trophy also
beging this Sunday. This is a match
play event.

wig, Intramural director.
Freshmen To Hold
Scrimmage Today
Coach Ray Fisher sent his freshmen
football squad through a gruelling
blocking session yesterday in prepara-
tion for their first inter-squad scrim-
mage of the year today.
"Whitey" Wistert had charge of-the
centers, guards, and tackles while Ted
Petoskey was working with the backs
and ends. Fisher said that now that
the hygiene lectures are over he ex-
pects to be- able to begin teaching
the squad plays in the near future.
GREENBERG FANS MOST
. Greenberg struck out nine time in
the World Series - battering Delan-
cey of the Cards, by two.

Big Ten Game
Jennings Reports Injury
Improved But Takes No
Part In Practice
A squad of 33 Wolverine gridders
will entrain for Chicago at 8:30 a.m.
today for their opening Conference
encounter with the University of Chi-
cago team tomorrow.
Coach Harry Kipke sent his squad
through an extensive offensive and
defensive drill last night, but gave
no indication that a starting lineup
for the Maroon game had been de-
cided upon.
Ferris Jennings, whom Kipke had
intimated previously might be started
at quarterback in place of Russ Oliver
reported following the practice that
his charley-horse leg was completely
recovered, but he took no active part
in the practice.
Oliver directed the team through-
out the offensive drill and played at
a halfback position in the defensive
drill with a third string squad send-
ing Chicago plays against the Varsity,
emphasizing passes, as Regeczi
worked at safety.
Lining up in the backfield with
Oliver were Cedric Sweet at fullback
and Willis Ward and John Regeczi
at the halves. If Jennings does not
start it is probable that will be the
starting backfield for the Wolverines.
Jennings, however, will play only as
long as Regeczi is in the lineup to
take over the kicking duties although
Cedric Sweet could possibly assume
them.
Willis Ward became a permanent
fixture in the backfield in yesterday's
practice, staying at a halfback post
on both offense and defense. Ward
may possibly stay at halfback on of-
fense instead of alternating at end
with Patanelli, in which case he would
be called upon to assume heavy duties
in the running attack.
The Varsity line remained un-
changed in personnel, although Wil-
lard Hildebrand will play at left
tackle instead of guard on defense,
alternating with John Viergiver.
The probable starting line for Mich-.
igan will be composed of Savage and
Patanelli at the ends, Savage having
returned to the left flank in yester-
day's practice, Viergiver and Austin
at tackles, Hildebrand and Borgmann
at the guards and Jerry Ford at
center.
Bill Renner, who will not return to
uniform for at least a week was in-
cluded in the squad listed for the
trip.
The squad will arrive in Chicago
today in time to take a light after--
noon drill on Stagg Field.
The complete squad making the
trip' follows :
Ends: Johnson, Lett, Savage, Mey-
ers, Patanelli, and Rieck.
Tackles: Austin, Hildebrand, Jac-
obson, Viergiver, Wright and Fisher.
Guards: Beard, Bissell, Borgmann,
Hanshue, and Sears.
Centers: Amrine, Ford, Fuog, and
Schuman.
Backs: Aug, James, Jennings, Nel-
son, Oliver, Regeczi, Remias, Renner,
Sweet, Triplehorn, Ward and Bar-
nett.
To Hold All-Campus
Track Meet Oct. 23
The Intramural department has
scheduled its first fall All-Campus
out-door track meet in conjunction
with the University track staff for
Oct. 23. All of the regular track and
field events will be included.
All entrants must practice for a
short period under Coach Doherty.
Lettermen and members of the Var-
sity track squad will not be eligible
to compete. Winners of first and
second places in all of the events will
be awarded ribbons.

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Although the football season is only
four weeks old, Coach Kipke has al-
ready tried four different backfield
combinations, and there's no telling
how many more he'll try before the
season ends.
When practice began four weeks
ago, Kipke was apparently well set
on his starting backfield, with Ren-
ner at quarter, Oliver and Triplehorn,
halfbacks, and Regeczi, fullback.
Then started a series of injuries
which has kept Kipke guessing as to
which four men will constitute his
regular backfield.
First on the injured list was John
Regeczi, Michigan's only triple threat
back. John hurt his right knee dur-
ing the first week of practice, and
it kept him out for two weeks. Be-
fore his injury, Regeczi was the fast-
est man on the team besides Ward,
but his injury has slowed him up a
little. Kipke placed Remias at full-
back while Regeczi was on the side-
lines for combination number 2.
Along came the second week of
practice, and when it passed so did
Bill Renner, star passing quarterback.
He suffered an injury to his left ankle
which was purported to keep him out
of action for at least one month.
Bolas, third string signal caller was
hurt the same day.
Kipke's next move was to shift Oli-
ver to quarter and convert Patanelli
into a blocking halfback. The back-
WOMEN'S HEALTH RE-CHECK
*The last chance to get a heart
and lung' re-check for any women
entering sports this year will be
this afternoon after 4 p.m. at the
Women's Athletic Building.
Dr. Margaret Bell,
Director of Athletics
Te4orrow at the MAJESTIC
EST GOES SOUTH...
to NEW ORLEANS!
MAE WEST in "BELLE OF THE NINETIES"

Jerry Ford, big center from Grand Rapids, will undoubtedly be
in Michigan's opening lineup tomorrow afternoon when the Wolverines
meet Chicago at Stagg Field on the Windy City's south side. Ford has
won two grid letters at Michigan, both years being understudy to Chuck
Bernard, great All-American who played an important part in Michigan's
winning two successive national championships.
Injuries To Backs Keep Kipke
Guessing Concerning Regulars

field now consisted of Oliver, quar-
terback, Patanelli and Triplehorn,
halfbacks, and Remias fullback. This
was Combination number 3.
These four backs started last Sat-
urday against Michigan State, not
one of them showing enough drive to
please Kipke, with the consequence
that at least three of them will not
start against Chicago tomorrow.
During the past week, Kipke in-
serted Sweet at fullback in an attempt
to recruit more drive. Sweet is the
hardest hitting back on the squad.
In the last week also, Kipke has defin-
itely decided to utilize Willis Ward's
fleetness of foot at a halfback posi-
tion. The colored star and Sweet
are the only two backs who are cer-
tain to start against the Maroons.
Coach Kipke has intimated that if
Jennings' leg is all right Saturday he
will start the game at quarter in place
of Oliver, in which case Regeczi will
have to be in at the other halfback
post to do the kicking and passing.
This will be Combination number 4.
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