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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Varsity

Eleven ScrimmagesFor First Time In Four Weeks

Aug Replaced
By Barnett At
Left Halfback

Seeks To Rouse Wisconsin From Lethargy

STAR *

* Minnesota And Illinois Saving

Regeczi,
Chief
In Scri

Sweet, Rem ias
Ground Gainers
mmage

For the first time since the MondayI
after the Michigan State fiasco, Coach
Kipke drove his regulars through an
intensive scrimmage against the
freshmen. The net result was a sud-
den reawakening by a squad of prev-
iously lethargic gridders, plus a few
minor injuries which were lost sight
of in the general transformation..
Seemingly the players had not
shaken off the results of the Minne-
sota drubbing, and while a few new
plays were being polished up and ex-,
plained, the same slipshod football
which had characterized their work in
the latter half of that game was
strongly in evidence.
Whitey Aug was the first to feel
the axe and he was taken out of the
lineup while Dave Barnett filled in at
the halfback post. Barnett is a soph-
omore from Detroit. Later Harry Pil-1

linger filled h is place and thie little
back played well against the fresh-
men.
Pillenger, Barnett May Play
It is a custom of Doc Spears, Badger
coach to use a full quota of men
against his opponents. This factor
combined with the probability that
Joe Ellis, reservehback will nothbe
ready for the game Saturday, leads,
to the general belief that both Pillin-
ger and Barnett will see action for the
first time this year. Reserve back-
field strength has been sadly lacking
and they may supply the extra spark
that the regular secondary has ex-j
hibited only on special occasions,
Steve Remias saw action in the
first string quartet and was a success-
ful ground gainer along with Regeczi
and Sweet. Jennings marched his men
up and down the field for several
touchdowns. Speedy Willis Ward
reeled off a few long gains on end-
around runs.
Jerry Ford, Willard Hildebrand, and
Matt Patanelli all sustained slight in-
juries which forced them to the side-
lines. Fuog, Bissell, and Savage sub-
stituted. Chet Beard and Hjarold
Sears along with Ellis are in doubt
concerning their-ability to play,in the
game Saturday. They were not in
uniform today.
Wisconsin has not won a Confer-'
ence game since the season of 1932.
According to Big Ten critics there is

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Incensed by the a-pparent lcthargy cf his teammates so far this
season, Captain Jack Bender of Wisconsin rccndiy called a meeting of all
the Badger players and proceeded to "rake" them "over the coals"
-accusing them of, loafing and sundry other shortcomings.
Captain Bender has been a leader on the field as well as off with his
fiery play at guard, and intends to have his cohorts in a mood next
Saturday that will be satisfied with nothing less than a decisive
victory over Coach Kipke's much-suffering Wolverine eleven.

Mid-western football experts, who through better than was expected
two months ago were throwing pre- with Purvis and Carter carrying most
dictions left and right as to the sea- of the Boilermakers' title hopes.
I son's possible results, can thank Min- Ohio State, judged to be one of the
ART nesota and Illinois for keeping their best teams in the league in Septem-
-- .ART CARSTENS reputations as forecasters as high as ber, is tied with Chicago just a step
T IS GENERALLY CONCEDED nowI they are. out of first place. Illinois has been the
taPractically all of the alleged "grid- only team to beat the Buckeyes, and
that Bill Renner will play no foot- wise" named Bernie Bierman's Goph- did it by adding a point after touch-
ball for the University of Michigan ers as the team to stop in the West- down while State was missing one.
this fall. The question which the er Conference. Results of the first Iowa looked good in beating North-
batrngsheutherk theforard npas- half of the season give evidence that western, but seems to have slipped.
ating is whet her thback n ar they were right. Indiana has also slipped from the
seeking a place on the varsity. Illinois was also named as one of the rather high position in which early-
strongest clubs in the Big Ten, and at season predictions and performance
Schoastcaly, enne wil b elg-jhad placed it.
1ble for next fall since he needs 38Ipresent is with Minnesota in the unde-
hours to graduate. It will be up to feated and untied class. The dope-
him whether he completes his re- sters also figured that Michigan would 3ILLIARD CHAMP COMES HERE
quirements in summer school, relin- be good enough to place high in the Miss Ruth McGinnis, champion
,uishing all hope of ever playing reg- standings. They missed there. women's billiards player, will ap-
ularly on the Wolverine team, or Chicago was said to possess enough pear in an exhibition tonight from
-cmes back in the fall determined material for a fair team but not one 7 to 9, at the Michigan Union.
to overcome the injury jinx which has that would go far in the Big Ten. The Miss McGinnis hails from Hones-
dogged his steps. dopesters are purposely forgetting dale, Pg.
Renner entered the University in about having made such statements She will give a lecture and dem-
1929 with Wistert, Petoskey, and Ber- now that the Maroons have been beat- onstration from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.,
nard but while these men were win- en only by Purdue. and conclude with an exhibition
ning Varsity berths in their sopho- Purdue, after dropping its first two game starting at 8 p.m.
more and junior years Renner sat on non-Conference games, is coming
the bench watching Harry Newman'
win himself All-Anerican honors with - _--
hs passing.MEN LIKE MACK'S
Renner became a myth to Wolver-
ine fans. When anyone bemoaned the ME N'S SH 0p MEN
loss of Newman he was promptly told
that "A better passer than Newman BECAUSE.. You Will Find
ever thought of being" was sitting on
the Michigan bench. He was "being
saved" for just such a time. tdT~ i
Unless Bill returns next year no one~ W' .Sev .M mEtoTSere Again"
will ever be able to say just how con-30 SOTMANTRT
sistently good his passing would be
in a game. In practice he showed Carrying the most complete
wonderful accuracy. In actual compe- e line of Fall Merchandise in
tition he completed some good passes.I$ 5 8 tecity. It will bea pleasure
But his chief use last year was as The low price cannot give you
a threat, especially in the Ohio State much of an idea of the merits Kirschbaum Clothing
game. The Buckeyes had heard so of this group. Come in - look
much of Renner that they spread out over our racks - you'll find Mallory Hats
like one of Sally Rand's fans when an abundance of Interwoven Hose
Kipke put Renner in with Michigan , Fine Worsted Checks
having possession of the ball near " Blue Herringbones McGregor Suede Jackets
midfield. 0 Blue Novelty Checks Alligator Rain Coats
Wish the Buckeyes keeping one eye a Diagonal Weaves Van Heusen Shirts
on Renner and one on the heavens it 0 Greys, Blues
was no trick at all for Jack Heston O Browns, Tweeds Cheney Neckwear
to take the ball around left end on
hoary "Old 83" to Ohio's four yard Other Men's Suits
line. Renner carried the ball over THE DOWNTOWN STORE
on a delayed buck. $13.88 - $18.88 FOR MICHIGAN MEN
Even though Renner does decide -Basement-
definitely to return next year it is
doubtful if Kipke will count upon us-
ing him as a. regular. The Michigan 0
mentor was undoubtedly caught put- ba3 lS M e oen e /Earn
t ing most of his eggs in one basket-' MO 0 OT ANSRE

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nothing to choose bewteen either
team. The Badgers are gunning for Cieslik -'Urso Go
the Wolverines. Coach Kipke ex-,
presses doubt as to the outcome of the He Car
meeting, but the lively exhibition dis- adsrAt
played by the regulars, and the sur- .
prising capabilities of the reserves au- Armory Toniht
gur well for a Michigan victory overWicnn
Wisconsin.
Company K's amateur boxing card,
AlctasA iTor hich is scheduled for tonight, is
All Stars-A Victors w~'eobs h
expected to be one of the best that
In Cross-Co Untry Ann Arbor has ever seen. Capt. Bur-
lingame and Verne Larsen, University
The independent two-and-one-half' freshman boxing coach, have billed
three feature bouts a team match ofI
mile cross-country run was won by four fights, and three other battles.'
the All Stars A yesterday by a margi The rivalry between Jimmy Urso
of three points over Humpty Dump- and Stanley Cieslik has pushed their
ties, last year's winner, while All Stars fight to the top of the three features.
I came in third. In their last engagement Cieslik won
Ed. ohnon, unnng or Al Sarsa very close decision and since then
Johnson, running for All Stars Jimmie has been trying hard to get
I, stole the individual honor of the a return bout. Both boys have fought
day, finishing first over the University at the local Armory this year and have
course in the good time of 13:17.8. His contributed some of the best scraps
teammates failed to give him the sup- othe so.
port necessary to take the team title. of the season.
Wike, Morisand ink ompoed In the other two feature matches,
Wikel, Morris, and Fink composed Obie Williams, popular negro fighter
the All Stars A squad, coming in third, from Ypsilanti, meets Tommie Mor-
fifth, and sixth respectively for low ris and Tony Rupinski matches gloves
score in the meet, 14 points, with Walter Butler. Williams and
O'Connell, Mair, and Greenblott Morris are featherweights while Ru-
made up the Humpty Dumpty team pinski and Butler fight in the middle-
and finished second, fourth, and elev-
enth respectively for a total of 17 weight division.
points.Joe Oakley, one of the four Univer-'
points. sity boxers, will meet Don Yinger of
Detroit. Oakley, a featherweight, is
WOMEN'S SPORTS Midwest Intercollegiate champion and
Hockey teams representing Jordan amateur champ of Ohio. The other
campus fighters are Joe Borges, 38,
Splay the lmer Cousineau, '36, and Walter Bie-
final match in the Class A tourna- I tella, '38. Borges faces Nelson Terry,
ment Friday at 4:45 p.m. at Palmeri an Ann Arbor product; Cousineau

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Thursday
Politics is the
refuge of
scoundrels-
From other
scoundrels.

this fall when Renner broke that little
bone in his ankle and, especially now
that he has had conclusive proof of
Renner's fragility and inability to
"come back" after an injury, will cer-
tainly spend a lot of time next spring
in trying to develop a real passer out
of the young backs he is now using or
the freshmen who will be coming
up.
PHI BETA DELTA WINS
Phi Beta Delta defeated Psi Upsilon
in the Interfraternity speedball play-
offs, 12 to 4, and advanced to the
semi-final round.
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Field. Kappa Delta will meet Kappa
Kappa Gamma in the finals of the B'
tournament this week. The winners of
the two matches will play the con-
cluding game of the season for the in-
tramural championship.
Finals in the Class A volley-ball
tournament will be played by Gamma
Phi Beta and Delta Delta Delta, Fri-;
day at 5:15 in Barbour gymnasium.
Alpha Gamma Delta will play
Alpha Xi Delta in the semi-finals of
the 'B tournament. The winner of the
match will meet Zeta Tau Alpha for
the finals of the B division. Class A
and Class B winners will compete for
the tournament championship.

boxes George Frederick of Jackson;
and Bietella meets Clyde Moore, an-
other local boy.
Jackson is sending down a squad for
the team match with the Ann Arbor
club. The four boxers from the down-
state town are sure to offer the localf
fighters plenty of opposition.
The doors of the Armory will open
at 7 p.m., and the show will start
at 8:15 p.m.

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