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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Gophers Battle Chicago, Illini Play Badgers In Only Big Ten

Games

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Northwestern * Tradition Gives
Endeavors To C -- l-l- By ART Color To Grid
S TARIS, LIIJ31 CARSTENSC
Halt Ramblers Contests Toda
Purdue Meets Fordham ALTHOUGH the Physical Education football team took a 25 to 7 beating
from the freshmen on Thursday their performance in that game proved Colgate Meets Syraeus
At New York; Maryland one thing - that Wally Weber has truly great ability to handle raw football Navy Faces Pitt In Day
Comes To Bloomington material. Outstanding Games

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Coach Places Sherf
And McCollum on
Honor Puck Team
By M. K. WESTERN

Coach Eddie Lowrey last night se-
e, lected what he would call his all-time
's Michigan hockey honor squad, and
two members of this year's team,
Captain Johnny Sherf and Red Mc-

Hockey Sextet May Resume
Goes Through Deal For Sale
First Practice Of Cardinals
Sherf, e elBrynn ST. LOUIS, Nov. 16,-(A')- Al-
er , Jewell, Berrymanthough the deal for the sale of the
Heyliger, McCollum And World Championship Cardinals to
David Make Up Team Lew H. Wentz still was "off" tonight,
the impression grew that it may soon
Despite the fact that it was the be "on" again.
first practice of the season, about 20 Neither Sam Breadon, owner of 77
rough and tough hockey players went per cent of the National League base-
through a hard two-hour session of ball club's stock, nor Wentz had
skating and puck handling last night burned his bridges, and the way re-
at the Coliseum, while 20 spectators mained open for a renewal of nego-
looked on and became excited over tiations, suddenly broken off late yes-
the array of talent. .

Taking a squad of 10 halfway decent football players, one basket-j
All of the Big Ten elevens except ball player who didn't want to play, and six wooden Indians who graced
the Iowa Hawkeyes, who are taking the bench all afternoon Weber built a team that held the heavier l
a much needed rest after a string of freshman team on even terms for three quarters of the game and might'
defeats, will see action this afternoon. -
Purdue and Indiana meet Eastern have won, 7 to 6, had not Steve Uriek had a temporary mental lapse.{
teams in what should prove to be With spindly-legged 150-pound guards and a fullback who was saving
close games. Northwestern and Notre himself for basketball the Phys. Eds. couldn't keep the Frosh from making
Dam attme wthei annual tradition a long gains through center, but they played far smarter football than their
bitter struggle regardless of their past heavier opponents most of the way.
records. That Wally has the faculty of throwing himself wholeheartedly into
Two of the three conference pace- whatever he is doing was demonstrated when he crouched on the sidelines
makers battle to hold their leads in shouting encouragement to his Lilliputian backfield and Spartan line. He
the feature Big Ten games. At doesn't take things lightly and was very much disappointed in the way one
Minneapolis, Minnesota's undefeated play had lost his boys their golden opportunity.
Gophers take on the dangerous Chi-
cago eleven, who will be primed for Apparently Weber has the ability to develop young players, makei
an upset with Berwanger and Bart- the best of what material he has, and to bring his boys to a fighting
lett back in the lineup. However, peak on the day of a game. Part of this ability, especially that of
the Minnesota squad is in perfect handling young players, comes, undoubtedly, from his experience as a
shape after its easy victory over In- football coach at Benton High School from 1927 to 1931.
diana last week and few of the dope-
sters deny them a decided advantage During that time he produced championship teams and developed such
over the Maroons. later college luminaries as Chuck Bernard and Art Buss, Michigan State's
Illinois Meets Wisconsin star tackle of last year.
Illinois plays Wisconsin, fresh from A great deal of his success with young players lies in the stress which
its first conference victory since 1932, he places on fundamentals. This was demonstrated Thursday by his Phys.
and may run into more trouble than Ed. team which had only a few plays but executed them as perfectly as their
is expected. The Indians haven't
lsta gmethis Tear butdth have personnel would permit. Their blocking and tackling, too, were above average
lost a game this year, but they havefosuhyngts.
come close every week. for such youngsters.
The "Touchdown Twins" who have Weber comes by his tendency in this respect naturally since he was
kept Purdue's slate clean since they one of Michigan's two greatest blocking backs while playing fullback here
returned to the rneup, Ra eirms a in '25 and '26. (Franklin Cappon was the other one.) His is the indubi-
Polo Grounds in New York. Ford- table honor of having stopped the great Herb Joesting, Minnesota full-
ham has been preparing methods of back.
stopping the Boilermaker's powerful Other abilities outside of football which Weber demonstrated while in
offense all week and polishing its own school here are being capitalized on for the good of the Michigan athletic
passing attack, their most successful
weapon this season. But the critics teams. I refer to his tutoring of backward athletes in German, English,
seem to feel that the Easterners history, geography, and other subjects.
aren't quite strong enough to hold That he is well prepared for this, as for whatever else he undertakes,
Purvis and Carter down for the full is shown by the fact that when he graduated in 1927 he was offered a
sixty minutes and most of them favor teaching position in the German department and probably could have had
the Boilermakers. a similar job in the history department, his field of specialization.
Layden Must Win
Coach Layden must beat the Wild- Along with his Master of Arts degree he has a vocabulary of six
cats if he expects any sympathy for syllable words which he doesn't mind hurling at inefficient halfbacks.-
the other defeats that Notre Dame Many people feel that it is a shame that Weber doesn't have more than
the Irish outgain Northwestern, but 10 decent players to work with on his Phys. Ed. teams and that his ability
they have a lot of trouble eking out to develop raw material should be utilizedyto a greater extent in preparing
a win. Last Saturday the Ramblers future Varsity men during their freshman year.
made about eight more first downs(
than the Navy but didn't have theI
scoring punch to win. Layden has Fraternity, Inde pendent Teams"
been working all week to remedy this
fault and should beat the Wildcats. I
In the other intersectional game .Begin Basketball Preparations
Indiana meets Maryland at Bloom- e
ington. This is the first time that
the Hoosiers have e'er met the East- With the customary Ann Arbor preliminary warm-up against real
erners. Maryland defeated V.M.I. by weather forcing all but the most en- competition.
a large score Tuesday and unless Bo thusiastic touch football players in- The fraternty teams will be di-
McMillin's much discussed, five-man doors, fraternity and independent vided into two classes, A and B ewith
backfield develops scoring punch, he ' houses expected to enter their best
may spend another sad afternoon. basketball teams are already working team in class A. Men who have ever
out on the Intramural floor. Houses played in class A are not eligible for
are reserving courts and devoting competition in class B, while no
IVT , iconsiderable time to whipping their basketball lettermen or freshmen bas-
V V '1O M ~N'teams into shape for the annual in- ketball players are eligible for any
tramural basketball season. kind of intramural court play.
S0P R T S Earl Riskey, assistant director, an- Director Riskey issued a cordial
nouncd eyesterday that entry blanks invitation of entrance in the Intra-
would be mailed this week to all of mural tournament to any independent
At a meeting of the women's ath- the 200 teams that took part in the men who wished to band together and
letic managers Wednesday, a change competition last year. Entries must organize a team. The independent
in the athletic point system was an- be returned to the I.M. department by title was taken last year by the Blue
nounced. Formerly students were Dec. 1 so that schedules and leagues Raiders.
awarded 50 points for participating may be made up and returned to
12 times in one activity. The new various teams before the Christmas I__
policy adopted states that students holidays.
will receive 50 points for participa-. Class A And B League
tion in a combination of three sports Usually six teams are placed in a
as well as for one sport as under league. Each team plays five games
the old system. The former scale of and e winners of the seeral leagues
awards wll be continued, whereby play one another to determine the
a girl receives numerals for 100 points, class champion. This year each team
a small 'M"' for 300 points, a pn
award for 600 points, and a large will have the opportunity of playing
"M" for 1000 pointsa practice game with a team not in
* * fits own league in order to allow a
The Intramural basketball season
will open Tuesday. House managers Governor Backs Team
are to place their time preferences on
Miss Marie Hartwig's desk in Barbour For Rose Bowl Game
gymnasium by Saturday noon. LucileS
Betz, '35, will direct the intramural ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 16 -(AP)-
season. The University of Minnesota's foot-
Elizabeth Oberdier, '37Ed., director ball team if undefeated and untied * 60 Pond's Crearr
of the inter-class basketball sea- should be given an opportunity to
son, and her committee will attend the play in the Rose Bowl game at Pasa-
intamralgaes o hose hegirs n te os Bol ameat s* 50c Forhon'S Too
intramural games to choose the girls dena, if invited, Gov. Floyd B. Olson
to be invited to participate in the asserted late today.
inter-class tournament, to be held the "Should the Gophers receive an * 50e TEK Tooth B

second semester. Girls who are not invitation to play, I am whole-heart
affiliated with any intramural team edly in favor that they be given the T
are requested to see Miss Hartwig, chance to accept," the Governor, a
who will place them on some team football fan, said. 60cmmIM
in their League Zone. A deiin howeveyr- wouldlhave tonf

With traditional games leading the Collum, were cited as members of the
program, the gridirons of the nation first team.
will present a very attractive pro- Two years ago a forward line com-.
gram for the football fan today. posed of Sherf, Emmy Reid, and Keith;
Starting in the East, Colgate, which Crossman took the Wolverine colorsj
presents the mEost advanced type of as high as they have ever been car-
prsnstems dacdtp fled and defeated the championship
football seen this year, will tangle Minesta team ihe ohirn-
with their traditional rivals from , t e a Co arad-

Syracuse at the Salt City. SyracuseI
has not been able to beat the Red
Raiders of the Chenango since 19241

but the Orangemen have a powerful
team this year that has yet to suffer
a defeat, and the game should be a
thriller.
A Navy team which has not lost
a game so far goes up against a pow-
erful Pittsburgh team that was beaten
in the last quarter by the Minnesota{
powerhouse. The Navy is anxious toI
preserve its unspotted record and
Pitt is just as anxious to gain a vic-
tory over the Middies.
Princeton Meets Yale
One of the oldest rivalries in his-
tory is renewedawhen Princeton
tangles with Yale at Princeton.
Princeton is a heavy favorite to re-
peat last year's triumph, but favor-
ites in Princeton-Yale games have,
a habit of disappointing, and the sons
of Eli are determined to sell their
yardage dearly.I
Columbia, rather disappointing this
season, meets Pennsylvania at Phila-
delphia. Columbia's star, Al Bara-
bas, will not be in condition to play,
but even this is not expected to hind-I
er the Lions very much in their quest
for victory.
Cornell runs up against Dartmouth
at Ithaca. The Big Red Team is
not on a par with the form Gil
Dobie's outfits used to show, while
Earl Blaik has molded a good team
in his first year at Dartmouth. How-
ever, this is another of those tradi-
tional meetings that have a habit of
upsetting the "dope-bucket."
Stevens Wants Win
N.Y.U. plays Rutgers in what should
be one of the closest meetings be-
tween the two teams in the last dec-
ade. Mal Stevens would like nothing
better than to round out his first
year as the Violet's mentor by taking
its ancient enemy into camp.
In the South, Alabama's undefeated
Crimson Tide is expected to have an
easy time with a sub-average Georgia
Tech team. Tulane meets Kentucky
and Southern Methodist plays Ark-
ansas in two other important games
in that section.
Another of the South's traditional
games will take place at Nashville,
where Vanderbilt runs up against the
strong Tennessee team. Tenessee is
favored to beat the Commodores but
the Vanderbilt team is longing to give
Dan McGugin a parting gift in the
shape of a victory over its traditional
rival.
In the Mid-West, Michigan State
meets Detroit in a battle in which
the Spartans are picked to win. State
lost its first game last week to Syra-
cuse and is out to atone for it. De-
troit is also seeking vengeance for its

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uated in 1933, and Sherf has led the% Co-captain Johnny Sherf, scorer.
Michigan offense ever since. of 23 of the 42 goals bagged by theI
A defense trio which, Lowrey saidWolverineslast year, was on hand, of
Aoudefense triowhinesschoweadl course, and looked as good as ever.
would make him change his schedule* Playing at his old position at left
immediately if he had it now, would wing in a short offensive drill, Sherf
be composed of Jack Tompkins as showed the fans that he still had his
goalie, Red McCollum and Doc Bry-
ant, a star of former years. With a speed and skill, and managed to get
sextet including Sherf, Reid, Cross- his shareeof shots pt cocaptain,
man, Tompkins, McCollum and Bry-Johnny Jewell, who was in the net.
ant, Lowrey named reserves which Jewell, at goalie, plus Larry David
would grace any starting lineup. and Red McCollum at the defense
George David, captain of the last positions presented a veteran com-
edition of Michigan pucksters, was bination against the attacks of Sherf
named by the coach as the first sub- adck Heylierrymacenter, thengs,
stitute for the offense, with Tom couple being sophomore candidates
Courtis to share the burden. Ted cupln whimgop resandinge
Chapman, last year's regular left de- upnwo Lowrey is depending
fense man, and Sam Hart, a team- heavily for an effective offense.
mate of Doc Bryant's, would be the It is still a moot question as to how
defense reserve, the Michigan offense will shape up
ense _reserve._. this season. It is m ore than likely
poor record and the game will be thathSherf will again carry the brunt
bitterly fought. of the attack. Berryman and Hey-
liger, however, showed skill in hand-
Kansas meets Nebraska in another ling the puck, and Heyliger in par-
clash of old rivals. The Cornhuskers ticular exhibited speed in getting
have their customary rugged team around on the ice. Berryman is a
while Kansas does not look very Detroit boy, and made the All-City
strong. hockey selections there. Heyliger is
On the Pacific Coast, Stanford from Boston.
should continue its winning ways Coach Eddie Lowrey, dressed in a
against the Olympic Club, while Cali- business suit, was skating around
fornia expects to romp over Idaho. with his squad, while they practiced,
U.S.C. meets a worthy rival from the and occasionally took an active part
North in Oregon, in what should be in the offensive drill. "I've got a
the Coast's most interesting game. good team," he said, 'a good team."

wentz, oklanoma onimuiti-mi-
lionaire, remained in St. Louis "may-
be for a day or two," and Breadon
will be here at least until Monday
before starting on a vacation trip to
Florida. Wentz, bound by a promise
to Breadon not to discuss any phase
of the negotiations, declined ever to
admit the deal was off.
"I don't know just when I will
leave town," Wentz commented. "And
if, by chance, I should happen to
bump into Sam Breadon during the
next day or two, I certainly would
welcome a conversation with him. We
might even talk about baseball."
"No, I didn't say that the negotia-
tions can't be resumed," Breadon
said, replying to a query. He was
certain, however, that "negotiations
for the sale of the club are dropped
for an indefinite period."
Wentz made it clear that he was
not interested in buying any club ex-
cept the Cardinals.

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DANCE at
GRANGER'S
TONIGHT
GALE HIBBARD and His
12-PIECE BAND

Men 40c

Ladies 25c

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HOW MANY YEARS AGO

was your

Store

Lighting

INSTALLED?

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were forced to sell merchandise ten years old while

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styles? . . . You'd probably go

up-to-the-minute
out of business!

Yet many merchants are trying to sell goods under

10-year-old

lighting

that is woefully inadequate

for present-day standards. You cannot display goods
properly without good lighting ... and poor light-
ing handicaps sales: Have you ever given any con-
sideration to this important part of your business?
How many years ago was your store lighting in-
stalled? The last five years have seen great forward
steps in the art of lighting to increase sales. Is YOUR

store lighting keeping pace with these

changes?

CAN'T FIND TEAM
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 16.- (/P) -
Even Penn's athletic director, E. Leroy
Mercer, had a tough time finding the
Penn football squad yesterday. Anx-
ious to avoid "too many scouts" on
Franklin Field, the players went off
toanamr to practice. _ _

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If

improving your lighting is not necessarily expensive.
Often a few dollars will bring your lighting system
up-to-date, and your increased sales will more than
pay for the cost of alterations. Detroit Edison engi-
neers will gladly check your lighting without charge
or obligation., and submit recommendations. This is

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