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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1934

THE MIChIADLN DAIT

Varsity Drills In Secret For BuckeyeGame

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Everhardus And' .
Regeezi Will F)
Be In Backfield' _
[EMBERS of the hockey squad are
Bolas, Aug, And Nelson doing their pre-season training
Still In Running For with a paint brush instead of a hockey
stick. They are painting the inside
Places In Lineup walls of the Coliseum under the
watchful eye of Grand Exalted
Holding the second successive prac- Painter, Ed Lowrey, in preparation
tice from which reporters were barred, for the grand opening Saturday night.
Coach Harry Kipke continued to The girl's hockey team, organized
spread mystery over Ferry Field yes- two years ago, will resume activities
terday as the Wolverines went through this year under the guidance of
secret signal practice and a defensive Johnny Sherf and Jack Jewell, co-
drill against Ohio State plays. hockey captains. Both men are ap-I
Kipke, however, did partially clear parently well qualified to coach the
I co-eds.
up the backfield situation in a state- -
ment made before practice began. He It has been rumored that Dick
revealed that Chris Everhardus, the Evans, Varsity basketball player, is
back who surprised everyone in the not over-anxious to participate in the
Wiscnsi gae, ithhisfiv toten Freshman-Physical Ed football game
Wisconsin game, with his five to ten-'today. This would materially weaken
yard gains, would definitely start Coach Wallie Weber's Phys Ed eleven,
against the Buckeyes at a half-back I as he would have only 10 capable
position and that John Regeczi, vet- men available. Evans is enrolled in
Bran back, deposed for the early part Wallie Weber's football course. He was
eran bquite a gridder in high school, but ap-

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Frosh To Meet
Physical Edl
ElevenToday
Freshman Football Squad
Outweighs Physical Eds
By 16-PoundAverage

Coliseum To Open For
Public Skating Saturday
The Coliseum will open for pub-
lic ice skating Saturday from 8
p.m. to 10 p.m. Following is a
schedule of the hours during which
the ice rink will be open to the
public:
Week days - 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Evenings-8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ex-
cept Sunday.
Saturday - 10 a.m. to 12 noon

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of this week, would be back at full
in the absence of Cedric Sweet. j
He also indicated that Ferris Jen-
nings is, not exactly a sure starter I
against Ohio State. George Bolas has I
been alternating with Jennings at
quarter all week, and it is known
that Kipke is much pleased with the
work of the fiery little Chicagoan.
Nelson A PossibilityJ
As for the remaining post, it is gen-
erally thought that Vincent Aug will
get the call, but that "Skinny" Nel-
son is still a strong candidate and
may get in the game to make use of
his passing ability.
The name of Cedric Sweet was
crossed off the list of active Wol-
verine gridders yesterday when Doc-
tor Frank Lynam, athletic physician,
announced that the knee injury sus-
tained by the stellar fullback in Tues-
day's scrimmage was severe enough
to week him out of competition for
the remainder of the season.
Captain Tom Austin, recently re-"
covered from an attack of influenza,
was not in uniform yesterday, but
was at practice claiming he felt all
right and would be ready to go Sat-
urday.

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parently wishes to preserve himself
for the cage season.
Besides having the edge in players,
the frosh will also have an edge
in coaches, in their annual contest
against the Physical Ed eleven. Wallie
Weber will pit his strategy against
the masterminding of Freshmanj
Coaches Fisher, Courtright, Wistert,
Petoskey, and Savage.
1934 Grid Record
Is Worst In Years
Of Sport's History
By ART SETTLE
The 1934 football season will long
linger as a stepping stone - back-
wards - in Wolverine grid history.
Regardless of the outcome of the two
remaining games, Michigan will fin-
ish the poorest season it ever experi-
enced insofar as games won and lost
are concerned.
Should Michigan lose to Ohio State
Saturday, the 1934 edition of the Wol-
verines will be remembered as the
team that lost more games than any
previous Michigan eleven.
Should Michigan lose to Ohio State
or Northwestern, the 1934 edition of
Wolverines will also be remembered as
the team that won fewer games than
any previous Michigan eleven. Mich-
igan has one victory this season.
Game Began Here in '79
Football was instituted as a sport
at Michigan in 1879. In only one year
since then has a Maize and Blue
eleven lost five games. It happened in
1892. But to offset these losses the
Wolverines won seven contests, play-
ing a twelve-game schedule that year.
Over a stretch of 55 years of foot-
ball, Michigan teams were defeated
four times in a single season in 1919I
and 1928. In the former year, the Wol-
verines won three, in the latter, they
won three and tied one.
Since 1890, when Michigan grid
teams began to play a five-or-more-
game schedule, the Maize and Blue
never dropped below three victories
a season. In only three years, 1910,
1919, and 1928, have Michigan teams
been confined to three triumphs.
Minnesota Students Ask
For Game With Princeton
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 14. - (P) -
Students at the University of Minne-
sota today began circulating petitions
on the campus requesting a post-sea-
son football game between Minnesota
and Princeton.
The petition's sponsors said the con-
test would settle "the national cham-
pionship." Neither Minnesota nor
Princeton has been beaten or tied this
season.
Frank McCormick, Gopher athletic'
director, said no one had consulted
him about a Princeton-Minnesota
battle.

One of the unpleasant. retorts to
one ofmy columns in which I in-
timated that Minnesota was still a
dumb ball club was a very bedraggled
post card from Minneapolis: "I hope
you will rekindle and keep glowing
the impression that Minnesota foot-
ball men are dumb. It is excellent
meat for the Michigan Varsity to
train on. Excellent for Minnesota.
(Signed) Minnie Dumalumna."
Poor girl, she's probably married to
a Gopher gridder of former years
* * a
Our horse racing expert tells us
(a little early perhaps) to put our
Derby money on "Psychic Bid." Any-
thing psychic goes big with him. For
example, after attending a Vanguard
Club meeting in town yesterday he
went down to put a dollar on Worker
in the sixth at Pimlico.
* * *
A bit of psychology is being em-
ployed to key the Wolverines for the
Ohio State game. On the bulletin
board in the locker room hangs a
telegram wired from Columbus, by one
H. B. Sweeney to the effect that "I
am surprised by the confidence prev-
alent here regarding the outcome of
the Michigan-Ohio State game. The
'Buckeye partisans fully expect to hand
Michigan another overwhelming de-
feat. Forget your past! Go out there
Saturday and give Ohio State hell."
Michigan Swvin
Team Rated To
Win Title Again
If one were to choose one squad
from all the Michigan Varsities which
had the best chance of winning* a Big
Ten title this year, excluding the
golfers, the choice would rest with
Matt Mann's swimming outfit. As soon
as he returned from Europe, Coach
Mann organized his team, and the
men who had been previously train-,
ing only sporadically are now work-
ing out under expert direction. I
The squad this year is headed by
Co-captains Taylor Drysdale and Bob
Renner. The remainder of the men
are as follows: Dalrymple, Lawrence,
Boice, Johnston, Robertson, Fehsen-
field, Diefendorf, Blake, Kesley, Crit-
tenden, Mowerson, Keler, Barnard,
VanderVelde, Grady, Drew, and Fer-
stenfeld.
Schedule Not Complete
The schedule has not been arranged
as yet, and it will not be definite until
a meeting of the Big Ten coaches
has been held, the first week in De-
cember.
The squad will open the season with
an exhibition meet at Cooley High
in Detroit December 7. The Big Ten
meet will take place at Champaign
with the Illini as hosts. The date is
tentatively set for March 22 and 23.
The Nationals are scheduled for An-
napolis for the tag end of the same
week. Navy has a strong team and
has been clamoring for the meet this
season.
Probably the outstanding dual meet
on the schedule is the affair with the
Yale natators February 9. Yale hasn't
been beaten in 128 dual meets and
the Mannmen are out to do it.

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The freshman and Physical Edu- fr use of school cnilren.
cation football squads will meet at 4 Sunday --3 p.m. to 5 p.m. closed
p.m. today on Ferry Field. I in evening.
The fdreshmnFrrcoachedby Ray The price of admission will be 25
Fisher, are heavy favorites to repeata cents every afternoon except Sat-
their victory of the past two years aurday, and 35 cents every night,
over Coach Wallie Weber's team. The Saturday afternoon, and holidays.
freshmen last year won, 6-0, in a
bitter contest played in sub-zero
weather.
Fisher, assisted by Ray Courtright, WV0 NqlE i
assistant Varsity coach, Ted Petos-
key, Whitey Wistert, Jack Heston,
and Carl Savage, has had a squad of
forty working out daily while Weber
has not had enough to scrimmage. An all-star sophomore and senior
Coach Fisher's probable starting hockey team defeated a representa-
line-up will out-weight the Physical tive junior and senior team from
Eds. about 16 pounds, the freshmen Michigan State College, 7-1, in one
averaging 180 pounds, while the Phys- of the final matches of the open-field
ical Eds. average but 164. hockey season held Wednesday. The
Game Important To Varsity meet was invitational and inaugurat-
With the greater part of the current ed a series of sport competitions
Varsity line being lost by graduation between women students of the Uni-
next year, considerable significance versity and Michigan State College.
is attached to the game in the un- Arrangements for matches in other

covering of potential talent for the
1935 Varsity.
Outstanding on the freshman line
during their frequent scrimmage ses-
sions with the Varsity and Varsity
reserve have been Ed. Greenwald,
202-pound tackle from Whiting, Ind.,
George Marzonie, 177-pound guard
from Flint, and Joe Rinaldi, 175-1
pound center from Elkhart, Ind.
Coach Fisher has two outstanding
passing and kicking threats, Norm
Nickerson and Stark Ritchie, one of
whom will start at halfback. John
Smithers will start at quarter for the
freshmen, and Frank Dutkowski at
fullback.
Bob Schroeder, 202-pound tackle
from Oshkosh, Wis., has been the
outstanding member of the Physical
Ed. squad, and will start at right
tackle for Weber's team.
Jack Dunn, one-time Varsity quar-
terback and now 'a Big Ten official,
will referee, and Elmer Mitchell and
Earl Riskey will also officiate.
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS:
Freshmen Physical Eds.
Muzyk .........LE ......Lockhart
Luby ..........LT.......Heering
Marzonie ...... LG ....... Johnson
Rinaldi ........ C....... Shakarian
Ziem, or Lillie ... RGr.........Smith
Greenwald .....RT ...... Schroeder
Johnson .......,RE ......... Valpey
Smithers .......Q B......... Uricek
Nickerson, or
Ritchie ...... HB..........Gray
Babbib.........HB.......Kremer
Dutkowski .....FB.........Evans
GOPHERS RATED FIRST
At the present time, with the grid
season two-thirds completed, Minne-
sota's juggernaut is rating first in
the country. The Gophers have won
six games and all of them except the
Pittsburgh game by overwhelming
scores.

sports have not been made as yet, but
plans are already being formulated
for an open-field hockey meet next
fall.
Kappas Win
Kappa Kappa Gamma defeated
Kappa Delta, 1-0, in the concluding
game of the B tournam'ent in Intra-
mural hockey. The final game of the
season will be played November 21,
when Kappa Kappa Gamma will meet
the League team, winner of the A
tournament to decide the champion-
ship.
Hockey Teams Picked
Those chosen as a result of the
hockey match between Detroit teams
and the Ann Arbor Hockey club to
represent the State of Michigan in
the Great Lakes tournament, will
leave for Cleveland Friday to meet
other regional all-state teams. Miss
Jeannette Saurborn of University
High school will play on the first all-
state team. Those selected to posi-
tions on the second team are: Ruth
Carstens, Esther Carsten, Miss Corine
Fries, and Mrs. Jane Eaton.
The first and second all-star cam-
pus teams will meet two teams from
the University High school in a hockey
match today at 4:15 at Palmer Field.

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