E EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,
NOVEMBER 25, 1934
Counted Out -?
Account Of Northwestern's Victory
According to Dr. T. Luther Pur-
dom, director of the Appointments
Bureau, the tremendous increase in
the number of graduates placed this
year is attributed to the fact that
there has been a greater demand all
over the country for teacher replace-
ments and to the increased efficiency
of the Bureau through the building:
up during recent years of additional
"The increase in the demand for
replacements in the educational field
is due in part to the increasing num-
ber of marriages of women faculty
members during the past year," said
Increases in enrollment in the
schools of the country have also re-
sulted in a greater demand for teach-
ers," he continued. "Many schools
have been operating with a minimum
number of faculty members and a
rise in enrollment has necessitated
the employment of additional teach-
ers," Dr. Purdom said.
During the past year the bureau
received more than 800 calls for:
teachers from various schools which
they have contacted.
The Appointments Bureau has con-3
tacts in many schools and colleges.
Letters are sent each year to approxi-
mately 2,900 private schools, colleges,
and universities calling attention to
the experienced teachers who are
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5-yard line. He was hit by Patanell as
he caught it. Toth kicked from the end
zone to Bolas on Northwestern's 33.
Everhardus lost seven around left end
as Henderson smeared him. Bolas
stumbled and fell for no gain. Ever-
hardus carried the ball on the Statue
OF Liberty play to the 37-yard line.
Regeczi kicked from Northwestern's
38 out of bounds on the 21. Cruice
was stopped for a two-yard-gain by
Ward. Duvall pounded the center of
the line for two more. Toth kicked
from his own 16 to Bolas on Mich-
igan's 37. Bolas was stopped on his
own 46. Everhardus made a yard at
4 I Everhardus ripped through right
tackle for a first down on the Purple
41-yard line. Remias went over left
guard for five yards, Gibson stopping
him. Regeczi threw a long pass, in-
tended for Patanelli, but it was too
long. Papich replaced Ray at left
tackle, and Leeper replaced Hender-
son at left end for Northwestern. Han-
F<':shue replaced Viergever at left guard.
';. Remias made four at center. A lat-
eral pass, Bolas to Everhardus gained
two yards. Regeczi's pass to Bolas on
the 30-yard line was ruled incom-
plete. Regezi's punt was partially
blocked and rolled to the 18. Swisher
made no gain around left end. Toth
kicked to Bolas on Michigan's 45, who
returned it to the Wildcat 42. Regeczi
failed to gain at left tackle. Regeczi
cut back through right tackle behind
-Associated Press Photos good interference for nine yards to the
Warrants charging Dave Barry Northwestern 33. Zitko replaced Hen-
(top), "long count" boxing referee, derson at left end for Northwestern.
and Joseph Bait (below) with lar- Regeczi was injured on the play and
ceny of $55,000 from a Chicago bank Oliver replaced him. Ellis replaced
were obtained by prosecutors. Bond Remias. Oliver went to full, Ellis to
for thesb men and a third, Abraham half.
Karatz, also charged, was set at $10,- Oliver hit the center for a first down
000 apiece. o the 29. Everharduswent through
-___Ileft tackle for six yards. Chambers
W ltook Kawal's place at left guard for
Sayles WiI1 Begin Northwestern. Everhardus failed to
gain at right tackle. Oliver found no
Series Of Sermons hole at right guard but gained a yard.
,Ward's atempt at a field goal from
(Continued from Page 1) the 31-yard line at a slight angle was
alsocondct he Sudet Wathe wide. Northwestern took the ball on
also conduct the Student Wlaither its own 20.
League Bible Class at 6:30 p.m. Oliver recovered Cruice's fumble on
The program of worship at the Zion the 25-yard line. Oliver's long pass
Lutheran Church features a sermon intended for Ward was knocked down
at 10:30 a.m. by the Rev. C. F. Schaff-i end oneWbydwsk e Owe
nit of Detroit on "Our Church's In- i the end zone by Swisher. Oliver
ner Mission Work." The Rev. E. C. threw a pass to Ellis, good for a
Stellhorn will conduct a Bible School first down on the 15-yard line. Ever-
class at 9 a.m. on the topic "The hardus ripped through right guard
Christian Steward." to the 6-yard line. Oliver hit center
Dr. William P. Lemon will speak for a yard and another first down.
on "Second Thoughts About God" in Beard replaced Borgmann at right
the service to be held at 10:45 a.m. guard for Michigan.
in the Presbyterian Church. Morn- Everhardus went through the cen-
ing classes will be held at 9:30 in the ter of the line to the one-yard line.
Church House. Everhardus was smeared on the next
"Remember All the Way" is the play, losing two yards. Oliver hit a
subject for the sermon by the Rev. stone wall and lost another yard.
Fred Cowin in the service at 10:45 Ward kicked a field goal from the 12
a.m. in the Church of Christ. At 7:30 yard line at a slight angle.
p.m. the Rev. Heaps will use colored Ward kicked off to Swisher who
slides to portray the story of "The took the ball on his 13 and ran it
First Thanksgiving Day." back to the 26 where Hildebrand hit
him. The half ended before the teams
lined up for another play.
Score: Michigan 3, Northwestern 0.
VREE onhTHIRD QUARTER
Ward kicked off to Swisher who fell
on his one-yard-line. Toth kicked
from his end zone, to Jennings who
took it in his 43, and brought it back
and the king, fearing she will marry to Northwestern's 23. Oliver's pass
and take her wealth from the country, was incomplete. Everhardus went off
sends Danilo to the French capital to right tackle for four yards. Pillenger
capture the fair widow. They fall in replaced Everhardus at right half for
love again, but when Sonia hears of Michigan. Ellis' short pass to Jen-
For The Last Time
tackle for five yards. From his own1
16, Oliver kicked 56 yards to SwisherI
who ran the ball back to his own 49-
yard line. Bolas went in for Jennings
Michigan took time out. On a re-
verse play Swisher took the ball from
Duvall and smashed through right
tackle for 7 yards. Duvall got 2 yards
at the center of the line. Duvall
made a first down on Michigan's 41-
yard line. On a reverse from Duvall,
Cruice made six yards off left tackle.
Toth made two yards at left guard.
Duvall crashed through right guard
for another first down on the Wol-
verine 29. Another reverse with Cruice
carrying the ball through left tackle,
gained five yards. Ford was injured
on the play, and was replaced by Fuog
at center. On a reverse with Duvall
handing the ball to Swisher, the Pur-
ple halfback ran 24 yards down the
western sideline for a touchdown.
Duvall's place-kick for the extra
point was wide.
Score Northwestern 6; Michigan 3.
Cruice brought Ward's kickoff back
from his 12 to the 25. Cruice was
stopped for no gain at left guard.:
Toth. quick-kicked. to. Bolas. who:
caught the ball over his head, on his'
30-yard line, and ran straight through
the entire Northwestern team to the
Wildcat six-yard line, where he was
caught from behind by Swisher. Re-
mias went in at fullback, replacing
Pillenger. Oliver was shifted to half.
Bolas went through right guard for
one yard. Ellis' pass to Patanelli on
the goal line was knocked down by
Toth. Ellis knifed through left guard
for a yard. With Bolas holding the ball
on the 13-yard line, Ward's place-kick
went directly over the cross bar from.
a difficult angle.
Score: Michigan 6, Northwestern 6.
Duvall kicked off to Ellis, who took
the ball on his ten and was thrown
out of bounds on his 23 by Cruice.
From punt formation, Oliver lost two
yards on an attempted smash through
center. Oliver again ran from a punt
formation and lost two more yards.
Oliver punted this time, from his ten-
yard line, out of bounds on Northwest-
ern's 37-yard line. Toth lateralled to
Swisher, who ran around his right end
for a two-yard gain. Michigan was
penalized five yards for roughing.
Toth tossed a short pass in back of the
scrimmage line to Cruice, but the play
was called back. Toth punted to Bolas
on Michigan's 19, and he brought the
ball back to the 26. Oliver fumbled
trying to go around right end and A.
Lind recovered on Michigan's *23-yard
line for the Wildcats.
Duvall was stopped for no gain.
Swisher also failed to gain. Cruice got
one yard. Duvall's place-kick from the
26, hit the cross bar and bounced
back into the field. The ball was put
in play on Michigan's 20-yard line.
Qliver kicked out of bounds on the
Swisher made nine yards off right
tackle on a reverse. Duvall dove over
right guard for 4 yards and a first
down on Michigan's 47. Cruice got
two yards through the center of the
line. Swisher went off right tackle for
one yard. Cruice's pass was knoclkd
down by Ellis and Bolas. Toth kicked
out of bounds on Michigan's two-
yard line. Standing in his end zone,
Oliver got off a hurried kick to Swi-
sher on Michigan's 44, and he brought
it back to the 35. Duvall hit right
guard for three yards.
On a forward-lateral pass behind
the line of scrimmage, Swisher gal-
loped around Michigan's left end to
the 25-yard line. Duvall crashed cen-
ter for 7 yards. Duvall made a yard
at right guard. Michigan took time
out. Viergever and Beard replaced
Hanshue and Borgmann, respectively,
in Michigan's line. On a reverse,
Cruice gained one yard. Duvall was
smashed down by Patanelli, but he
made a first down by inches on Mich-
igan's 15. Swisher went off left tackle
for three yards.
Duvall picked up three moreI
through the center of the line. A re-l
verse from Duvall to Cruice, made3
a first down on Michigan's three-
yard line. Jennings replaced Bolas,
who limped off the field. On a spinner,
Duvall went to the one-yard-line. Du-'
vall went through left guard for a
touchdown. Duvall place-kicked the
Score: Northwestern 13, Michigan 6.
Amrine replaced Fuog at center for
Michigan. Ward kicked off to Cruice
on the two-yard line, who was runj
out of bounds by Hildebrand on
Northwestern's 25. Swisher; was;
stopped by the left side of Michigan's
line for no gain. Faking a kick, Toth
shook off three tacklers to carry the
ball to Northwestern's 36 for a first
down. Triplehorn went in for Ellis at
left half, for the Wolverines. Potter
replaced Toth at quarter for North-
western. Jacobson replaced Viergever
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at left guard for Michigan. Duvall
made three yards at left tackle. Duvall
picked up four more through right
Duvali again carried the ball, mak-
ing a first down through left guard.
Cruice gained five yards on a re-
verse. On a fake reverse, Duvall made
a yard at left tackle. Potter made it
first down on Michigan's 42. Swisher
made a yard through right tackle on a
reverse. Potter handed the ball to
Swisher, who made six yards through
right tackle. Cruice made another first
down through right tackle on a re-
verse. Potter handed the ball to Swi-
sher, who made five yards through
right tackle. Cruice made another
first down on Michigan's 31. Potter
drove through Michigan's left tackle
for five yards. Duvall smashed
through right tackle, for three yards
as the game ended.
Score: Northwestern 13, Michigan 6.
DONALD A. STROUSE
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St rouse Finished
And Michigan Bids
Michigan bade farewell yesterday
not only to 10 Varsity football play-
ers but to Donald A. Strouse, '35,
drum-major of the Varsity Band -
a drum-major who invented so manyI
cocky new struts that he won atten-
tion not only at home but on numer-
ous campuses of the Big Ten. j
When he swung his baton in the
"forward march" in the Stadium five
minutes before the opening kickoff
yesterday, Strouse began his last per-
formance of a two-year career which
had won him the acclaim of a foot-
ball audience accustomed to a long
line of remarkable Michigan leaders.
An estimated 400,000 persons have
seen Strouse perform in his two years
on football fields, including games
here and in Chicago, Minneapolis, andt
Strouse, whose home is in Grand
Rapids, transferr;ed to the University
at the end of his freshman year. He
played clarinet in the Varsity Band
his sophomore year. He had been
previously drum-major at South High
School, Grand Rapids; Grand Rapids
Junior College, and at Fort Sheridan,
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andestarring Maurice Chevalier and Danilo's mission, she thinks he has nings was incomplete. Jennings' pass I
Jette Mortn.naMel Georgedarbier-.g
ett Horton Una Merkel, George Barbier- lied to her. The end is the usual was intercepted by A. Lind on the
Minna, Gombell. Ruth Channing. Ster- thing. Wildcat 7-yard stripe. Toth kicked out
ling Holloway. Donald Meek, and Her- Thshwienrtin.Itmv,
man Bing. "Slow But Sure." a Terry- The show is entertaining. It moves from his end zone, over Jennings head
town cartoon, and Edwin C. Hill in quickly along, although it tends to who took the ball on his 20, and
the newsreel. drag in spots. Photography gives a brought it back to Michigan's 36.
When one is confronted by the new and delightful interpretation to Pillenger was stopped for no gain at
problem of reviewing a picture that both settings and the dance arrange- right tackle. Oliver punted from his
has been made over from a famous mients. That is one advantage that the 26 to Swisher on the Northwestern'
stage production, it is only natural legitimate stage can never overcome. 24, and he brought the ball back two
that some comparison between the Adrian has produced a beautiful dis- yards. Toth quick-kicked over Jen-
two should be drawn. play of costumes that will please the nings' head. Jennings took the ball on
Frantz. Lehar's masterpiece, "The lover of the early 19th century styles. his 6, and brought it back to his 19.
Merry Widow," which opened in its As an entertaining picture, "The Pillenger was stopped for no gain.
cinema form yesterday at the Ma- Merry Widow" is well worth seeing. Pillenger squirmed through right
jestic, is no exception. Do not confuse As light opera, however, it is decidedly
the rating that we have given the lacking. You'll be disappointed only
picture with such a comparison, how- if you expect too much.
ever. It is for its entertaining qual- ---C.A.E.FIR
ity, for its lavishness of costume and
design, and for its excellence of mo- AT THE WHITNEY A NI
tion picture production methods that ** "THE SCARLET LETTER" I
it is given such a rating. In compar-
ison with its companion stage presen- A Majestic picture under the direction
tation, the rating would be - much of Robert G. Vignola. from the novel by'
Nathaniel Hawthorne, and starring Col-
leen Moore, Hardie Albright, William-
To be frank about the whole mat- Farnum, and Alan Hale.
ter, if you took away away the music, Collen Moore is attempting to stage
especially the incomparable "Merry a comeback, but she seems unable to
Widow Waltz," and the name, the regain much of her former glory. Her Eve
majority of the audience would never appearance in Nathaniel Hawthorne's
recognize the production as that of famous story is most disappointing. I
stage fame. The production fails to come up to the '-
There is little that can be said about version we all saw in the days of the _
the plot of the picture. Count Danilo silent screen.a4
(Maurice Chevalier) falls in love The famous story of the morals and u
with Sonia (Jeanette MacDonald), customs of a past generation have wet
who is the richest woman in Marsh- been well told by the author, and
ovia. She flees to Paris to forget him, Ithe picture adds little to that story.
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