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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Varsity

To Hol d Scrimmage Today Against Freshman

Mik e Savage
New Prospect
In Backfield
Cappon Drills Varsity As
Kipke Watches F r o s h
Battle Reserves
The Varsity gridders, after resting
yesterday, will scrimmage a freshman
squad today on Ferry Field as Coach
H-Tarry Kipke attempts to gather to-
gether a working combination for the
Ohio State game.
Line Coach Cappy Cappon, with!
Benny Oosterbaan, who scouted the
Buckeyes, took charge of the Varsity
squad yesterday and sent the team
through plays against the OhioeState
~defense as Coach Kipke watched his
Varsity reserves scrimmage the fresh-
men on Ferry Field.
With Chris Everhardus, on his
showing in the Wisconsin game, now
rated as a potential starter in the
backfield, another has emerged to
make four possibilities for two posi-
tions in the'starting backfield.
Savage At Halfback
Mike Savage, who has played at the
end position throughout the season.
was working at a blocking back posi-
tion yesterday, while Whitey Aug and
John Regeczi stood by to watch the
backfield composed of Sweet, Jen-
nings, Savage and Everhardus.
Although Aug still appears to rate
a position above Everhardus, yester-
day's drill indicated that Regeczi, Aug,
Everhardus and Savage might be pos-
sibilities for the two backfield posts
with Sweet and Jennings virtual fix-
tures.
The Ohio State defense, as demon-
strated by a freshman team, features
a seven-man line which no team has
used consistently against the Wolver-
ines this season, and appeared to
baffle the Varsity.
No Serious Injuries
No serious injuries were reported by
the Varsity squad following the Wis-
consin game, although Matt Patan-
elli was wearing a splint on his in-
jured hand. Willard Hildebrand,
though not reporting injuries, was not
in uniform yesterday.
Joe Ellis and Chet Beard, injured in
the Minnesota game, were both on
the sidelines.
The Varsity reserves, scrimmaging
the freshmen, drove through the year-
ling line consistently, varying their
attack with passes thrown by Skinny
Nelson.'
. Dave Barnett, halfback, bore the
burden of the reserve running attack,
as Steve Remias furnished the power.
George Bolas directed the team.
The freshmen, on the defense for
the greater part of the scrimmage,
were unable to cope with the reserves'
power, but George Marzoni, at guard,
Joe Rinaldi at center, and Ed Green-
wald at tackle stood out in the line.
Chicago Bears
Draw Close To
Record Score
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 -(RP)--The
Chicago Bears, champions of all they
survey in the National Football
League, today appear well on their
way to a .new point scoring and
ground-gaining record for the season.
To date the Chicago steam roller,
victor in nine straight games, has
scored 230 points, only 14 less than
the record total made last year by
the New York Giants, and has
amassed 2,993 yards offensively, only
36 shy of their own record set last
year.
Unless all the dope is wrong they
should set new highs in both depart-
ments in their game against the New

York Giants Sunday.
WESTERN SECTION
Team No. Yds. Opp.F.P. F.P.r
Games Gain. Yds Att Com

Ohio Bach Who Will Play Against Michigan

'Michigan Five
To Open With
Calvin Colleoe
Coach Cappon Will Shift1
Practice To Field House
Next Monday
If weather permits the football
squad to practice out of doors Thurs-
day, the groundskeeper at Yost Field
House will begin digging for the ce-
ment block supports on the Field!
House floor and will erect upon them
the old removable basketball floor
that has been the scene of 11 court
campaigns thus far.
The following Monday night Coach
"Cappy" Cappon and his men will
make the annual change from the
Intramural courts where they are
now practicing, to Yost Field House,
where, after five weeks of drilling
four nights a week on fundamentals
and offensive tactics, the Varsity
squad will have two weeks in which
to prepare for the brief pre-vaca-
tion series of intra-state contests with
Calvin College, Michigan State Nor-
mal, -Michigan State, and Western
State Teachers' College.I
During Christmas vacation the
squad will again make an Eastern
basketball invasion, initiated last year.
Michigan will take on Syracuse, Col-
gate, and Buffalo on -their home
courts, Jan. 2, 3, and 4 respectively.
At the resumption of school, the
Wolverines will open the Big Ten sea-
son at home, meeting the Ohio State
University quintet, Jan. 7.
Following is the complete schedule
of games:
Dec. 1 Calvin College, away.
Dec. 8 Michigan State Normal, here.
Dec. 15 Michigan State College, here.

-Associated Press Phot,
The young man shown in the above picture is John Kabealo, Ohio
State halfback, who is recognized as one of the best punters in the Middle
West. Besides being able to punt his team out of danger, he is also one
of the Buckeyes' best running backs.
Kabealo played against the Wolverines last year at Ann Arbor
and turned in a fine game. So far this season he has been playing
consistently good football, and hopes to get revenge for last season's
defeat, Saturday at Columbus.

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By ART
ADI J3 TCARSrENS
THEY WERE SAYING in the press It isn't fashionable to ask the boys
box Saturday that Michigan is a to die for dear old Michigan any-
first-half team. We were muttering more. The modern thing to do is to
in our beards at the half that Mich- have each player psychoanalyzed so
igan would come back to smack that that the coach can say on Monday:
weak Wisconsin outfit all over the lot, "Yes, Halfback X played rather poorly,
but older and wiser heads in back of but he's a fine boy and is developingj
us said that Michigan would be no a great character. He entered school
stronger in the second half and that with his medulla oblongata slightly
Wisconsin might be. crystallized but with proper handling
he'll be perfectly normal in a year or1
That proved to be all too true. so." None of your old-fashioned "That
The same Michigan team that d-d back couldn't block a hat" ex-
gamed miles in the first half was cuses for the modern coach.

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West. State Teachers, away.
Syracuse University, away.
Colgate University, away.
Buffalo University, away.
Ohio State Univ., here.
Univ. of Minnesota, away.
Univ. of Wisconsin, away.
Univ of Illinois, away
Northwestern Univ., here.
Mich. State College, away.
Univ. of Minn., here.
Univ. of Iowa, away.
Northwestern Univ., away.
Univ. of Wisconsin, here.
Univ. of Iowa, here.
Ohio State Univ., away.
Univ. of Illinois, here.

BIG TEN STANDINGS Bio Ten To See Renaissance Of
WV L T Pct.'
Minnesota...... 3 0 0 1.000 !B s e b l i n s TbIs Y a
| * * 2Basketball Giants This Ye ar
Purdue .........3 0 0 1.000
Illinois .........3 0 0 1.000
Ohio State...... - 0 .750
Chicago ........ 2 2 0 .500 It has been four years since Jesse MacAnnaly, a sophomore at
Iowa ...........1 2 1 .333 -Stretch" Murphy, the six foot, seven Northwestern who is six feet, five
Wisconsin ......1 2 0 .333 inch giant, played center for Pur- inches and can jump as high as any
Northwestern ... 1 3 0 .250 due. In those four years the Western man that the Conference has seen in
Indiana . .. . 0 3 1 000 Conference hasn't seen a really big many a year. He shared the Indiana
Michigan .......0 4 0 .000 man who could approach the Boiler- all-state center position with the
Saturday's Results maker's pivot play. Boilermaker sophomore and will con-
There has been Johnny Wooden. tinue this high school rivalry in col-
Minnesota 30. Indiana 0. Purdue's dribbling star, Johnny Rieff, lege. Jesse specializes in follow-in
Purdue 13. Iowa 6. the high scorer from Northwestern, shots and has a peculiar jump in
Ohio State 33, Chicago 0. and Norman Cottom, Purdue's all- his pivot which makes him hard to
Illinois 14, Northwestern 3. American forward who is back again follow.
This Saturday this year. All of these men were out- Along with MacAnnaly at North-
Michigan at Ohio State. standing, but they lacked the color western is Norman Vance and "Chief"
Chicago at Minnesota. and thrill that a big man puts into Bender. Vance reaches six feet, four
Illinois at Wisconsin. th s sutame s h-inches, while Bender is the "short"
This season will see the reappear- man of the crowd being only six feet
ance of the six-foot-plus men in the tall. Both play guard and between
SVolleyball Big Ten. They're all o s, b them can take care of the speed mer-
most of them will probably be Var- chants as well as the tall boys. When
sity material at their respective these three have a few yearspractice,
Leag ues Begin schools.e- they should push Northwestern's
Six Feet Seven and One-Half stork up
The tallest of them all is Jim
Play Tom orrow Seward of Purdue. He's six feet, seven Indiana Has Dischinger
and a half inches, and proportioned Indiana has only one of the tall
With the Chinese students itching so well as to be able to take full sophomores. Donas Dischinger, six
advantage of this height. According to foot three inch guard, should help pull
to get their hands on the Independent his past performances Coach Piggy the Hoosiers into the upper half of
volleyball crown for the sixth consecu- Lambert should be able to develop the standings this year. He can stop
tive year, 14 independent volleyball him into as valuable a man as Mur- most of the tall centers and drops
teams, divided into three leagues, pry phy. While in high school Seward long shots through the netting with
the lid off the last of the fall sports won a place on the Indiana all-state regularity.
tomorrow night. team and broke the state tournamentgn
The D.D.'s play the Cubs and the scoring record dropping 43 points >more giant. Johnny is as tall as
through the hoop in three gamesooegat onn sa ala
Maroons take on the Hops at 7:15 Jim's pivot shots are deadly and iSeward and with seasoning may prove
p.m., while an hour later the HumptyJdaluable to the Wolverines.
Dumpties engage the boys from Flet- is only rarely that he loses the tip. i
cher Hall, and the championship Chi- Close behind Seward in height is
nese students, managed by the ven-
erable Mr. P. T. Woo, clash with the Shades Of Past; An
Mohawks.
The touch football season, having Everhardus Stars
enjoyed a most successful year of in-
dependent competition, is fast draw-
ing to a close with winners already de-
cided in three of the four leagues. The
Humpty Dumpties have captured the Shades of the past were recalled
title in league one, the Blue Raiders Saturday as an Everhardus again
emerged victorious in league two, and I furnished the spark for the Michigan
the Hops are on top in league four. running attack, for it was against an-
The winner of league three will be other Wisconsin team, in the Charity
decided in a. game to be played be- game of 1931, that Herm Everhardus
tween the Steam Rollers and the first emerged to show what later made
Maroons. The semifinals will take him one of the country's outstand-
place the first of next week and the ing backs.
intramural independent champion In the Wisconsin game of that year O
will be crowned several days later it was Herm Everhardus' brilliant Righto! --We're a bit
when the final game is played. kicking and running which led the snooty about our draw-
The intramural basketball season Wolverines to victory. ing inks-choice of the
for both fraternity and independent But Everhardus did not confine his best draftsmen for the
teams will begin immediately after work to kicking in that game, for last 54 ears. Give 'em
Christmas. his running was the spark of the Wol--atumbe
verine offense during the following a tumble
two years. Herm Everhardus was a CHAS. M. HIGGINS CO., Inc.
good passer, although his ability in 271 Ninth St. Brooklyn, N. Y.
anceFor this line was shunted aside because A I
,of the presence of Harry Newman andu"HI GS
ichlgan Saturdav Bill Renner, during 1932 and 1933. American
Last Saturday, another Everhardus
got his start against a Wisconsin team.DRA INI K
his position as no other victory ever Chris Everhardus, sophomore half-
could. back and brother of Herm, was put
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan scouted in Aug's place, late in the first quar- ANN ARBOR
the Chicago-Ohio game and he tells ter. It was the first time Kipke had H A NNARBR
of a strong State team, as goodas used him, and he immediately began HEADQUARTERS for All
any they have had in the last few to show a resemblance to his star H IGGINS INKS and
years. The line, led by Regis Mona- brother. On three plays, he smashed SUPPL IES
han, captain and guard, is a powerful through the Badger line, from Mich-
one, and the reserves are among the igan's 47-yard line to the Badger 39.
best in the Conference. Schmidt has On the next play he went nine yards
a wealth of material this year. more through right guard.
He gained more than half of Mich-
The men to be watched in the igan's 120 yards through rushing. He Opposite Engineering Arch
backfield include practically the en- picked holes with the same uncanny
tire list, but outstanding in last Sat- ability of his brother. He runs with the -
urday's game were Bob Heekin, and a same mannerisms of the former Wol-
sophomore named Boucher. There is verine, although not quite as hard.
also a little quarterback about the size if he improves his blocking and tack-
of Ferris Jennings who plays only part ling, he should some day reach the In
of the game. His name is Dye and he heights attained by Herman Ever-
is a deadly passer: he is also a soph- hardus for he has shown promise as
omore. a passer and kicker in practice.
The passing attack is their most
powerful weapon. This is varied with SPEED BALL SEMI-FINAL
a tricky ground-gaining attack which The semi-final contest to decide
doesn't compare to the brute strength who will meet the Theta Chi's for the it's
of Minnesota, but has an edge on interfraternity speedball champion-
Bierman's squad in its deception. ship will be played Wednesday after-
The Buckeyes have lost only one noon at 4:15 p.m. between Phi Beta I
game this year, to Illinois by a score Delta and Delta U.
of 14-13. Considering that Michigan

also held Zuppke's outfit to a one- GEORGIA COLEMAN BETTER
point win, there is a gleam of hope The condition of Georgia Coleman,
for Wolverine supporters. The week- Olympic women's diving champion, or we are feturing
end is homecoming for Buckeye fans who underwent a serious brain opera- A
and a capacity crowd is expected for tion last week, was reported as im- America's F inest
the game. proved today. _Wearing Fleece Coat
The

impotent against the same Wis-
consin team in the second half.
The same thing was true at Minne-3
sota last week. Michigan was a great
team for 30 minutes, but when they
trotted out of their dressing room to
open the second half they were a
tired, uninspired bunch of ordinary
footballers. It is true, of course, that
Minnesota's reserves turned the tide
of battle, but the same cannot be said
of Wisconsin.
After reading Coach Harry Kipke's
newest article in this week's issue of
the Saturday Evening Post in which
he sounds the requiem of the old-time
between-halves pep talk, I wonder if
the 1934 Michigan team couldn't have
used a pep talk on Saturday?
Mr. Kipke's idea is that modern
youth is not as gullible as the
group of boys that were playing
football 20 years ago, and that
modern teams cannot be keyed up
for eight hard games like old-
time outfits could be brought to
the heights for two hard games
after a succession of push-overs.
The idea of the pep talk, I suppose,
was to give the player nervous energy
enough to go out and play the second
half just as hard as he did the first
on physical energy --Kipke .calls it
"dying for dear old Rutgers."

One thing that a rousing pep
talk (the really good kind with
the Old Man stomping around the
locker room chewing up yards of
cigar) might instill in the Mich-
igan team is the idea of team-
work, the lack of which is quite
evident when mediocre opposing
backs run for 100 yard touch-
downs, when running backs get
smeared for monotonous losses,
and once-stellar kickers have
punts blocked.
Over Fifty Out For
Frosh Cage Squad
About fifty-five aspirants for the
freshman basketball team reported'
to Coach Ray Fisher at the squad's
first practice last night. More men
are expected to sign up tonight.
Coach Fisher divided those who
were on hand at the first practice
into teams and started them scrim-
maging immediately. There will be
about three cuts during the season
until the squad is down to twenty-
five men. This will include the players
who are now out foi football and
were unable to attend the first prac-
tice.
Until the Varsity moves from thei
Intramural Building to the Yost Field

Ohio State Will G(
Revenge On Mi
While Wisconsin's Badgers, tutored
by Doc Spears, were hanging a 10-0I
defeat on the Wolverine gridders this
last Saturday, the Buckeyes of Ohio
State were taking over the Chicago
Maroons by an overwhelming count
of 33-0. The two facts are correlated
in the sense that the losing squad in
the former game and the victorious
{ team in the latter game will be Co-i
lumbus, Ohio this Saturday after-
noon.
When you add to this the painful
recollection of an early season de-
feat borne by the Michigan squad at
the hands of the Chicago team, the
score being 28-0, the chances of
Coach Kipke's men seem very slim
indeed.
Ohio State has been literally thirst-
ing to tumble the Wolverines and
this year is their big chance. The
seniors on the team recall two defeats
suffered in the last two seasons by
14-0 and 13-0 scores. This is the first
year for Francis Schmidt, State coach,.
and an overwhelming triumph over
the former champions would insure

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Chicago Bears . . .9 2993 1449
Detroit .........9 2523 1198
Green Bay ......9 1749 1920
Chic'go Cardinals 8 1352 1233
*St. Louis .......9 1107 2845
*Formerly Cincinnati.
EASTERN SECTION
New York ......9 1841 1729
Boston ..........9 1903 1947
Brooklyn .......7 812 1621
Philadelphia ....8 1965 1631
Pittsburgh.. ..11 2204 3025

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House, the freshmen will hold their
left in its wake, . workouts at Waterman Gymnasium at
An inventory today of the injury 17:30 p.m. four nights a week. At this
situation found it much better than time they will change to the Intra-
had been expected. Barring further mural floor.
mishaps the Spartans should enter -- ______
the game in better condition that any
time since the Manhattan game. CAMPUS CIGAR STORE
Before the practice opened today, Meeting Place For I
Charley Bachman was gravely con-
cerned over five of his brightest stars. Sociable Fellows
Now it appears that most of them, if i
not all, will be in the line-up Sat- Fu,1I ine of Pipes, Tobacco
urday. X-ray examinations and the Cafndy, and Soft Drinks.
testimony of the players themselves 521 EAST LIBERTY ST.
lifted the tension.

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Spartans Begin Practice
For Game With Titans
EAST LANSING, Nov. 12 -(P) -
Michigan State opened preparations
today for the annual University of,
Detroit game with rays of sunshine
coming through the somber gridiron
atmosphere that the Syracuse defeat

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