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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1934

THE MICHIGAN PAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1934 THE MTCHIGAN DAILY
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Gridders Work

On Offensive In
Prolonged Drill
Patanelli's Injury Slight;
Is Expected To Play In

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Michigan State Game
Regeczi Not Acti

ve

Willis Ward Real Running
Threat As Squad Works
On End-Around Plays
Offensive drills were again the or-
der ofthe day yesterday for the Var-
sity football team as Coach Harry
Kipke sent his squad through a long
running and passing drill.
Matt Patanelli, injured in Satur-
day's scrimmage with the freshmen,
was in uniform but took no active.
part in the drill. John Regeczi again
failed to appear in uniform.
Patanelli's place at halfback was
taken by Vincent Aug, and the first
string backs lined up with Aug and
Triplehorn at the halves, Oliver at
quarterback and Steve Remias at full-
back.
While Patanelli's injury is of a min-
or nature and he will be fully able
to return for practice later in the
week and for the game Saturday with
Michigan State, it now appears vir-
tually certain that Regeczi will not
play against the Spartans.
With the exception of Aug at half-
back in place of Patanelli, Coach
Kipke used what now appears to be
his starting line-up throughout the
major part of the drill. The line was
composed of Ward and Savage at the
ends, Captain Austin and Viergiver
at the tackles, Hildebrand and Borg-
mann at the guards and Ford at cen-
ter.
WARD IS THREAT
In keeping with the new offensive
program, Coach Kipke yesterday delv-
ed into his bag of tricks to introduce
a series of running plays based upon
the end-around play with variations.
That WillisWard is to become a prime
running threat in the new Michigan
scheme is indicated by Kipke's em-
phasis upon the end-around play.
Oliver and Aug both completed long
passes to Ward and Mike Savage to
give indication that despite the loss
of Renner Michigan would not com-
pletely forsake the airways.
The freshman squad will be given
Michigan State plays today and will
show them to the Varsity for the rest
of the week. 'Director Yost and
Coaches Cappon and Keen scouted
the Spartans in their victory over
Grinnell, and all were agreed that the
State team possessed sufficient
strength to more than test the untried
Wolverine squad.
Fall I-M Program
Begins Next Week
The fall athletic program of the
Intramural Department will get under
way next week according to Earl Ris-
key. Entries for the tournaments are
being taken at the present time and
some close today.
For foreign students cosmopolitan
event have been arranged in tennis
singles, soccer and codeball. Tennis
entries will be accepted until the
end of the week. Soccer will be
coached by Coach Johnstone and
games will be arranged between the
different teams.
Faculty tournaments in tennis
singles, golf and volley ball are to be
held during the fall. The golf will
start this week end and a number
of week end tournaments will be held
throughout the season.
From the results of the first tour-
nament handicaps will be given out
as a basis for future play. Entries
should arrange their own twosomes
and play 18 holes this Saturday or
Sunday.
Fraternity speedball begins Tues-
day, October 9. Entries for this sport
will close today.
CAMPUS CIGAR STORE
Meeting Place For
Sociable Fellows

Full line of Pipes, Tobacco,
Candy, and Soft Drinks.
[521 EAST LIBERTY ST.j

STAR *
DUST
*-By ART CARSTENS- *
HAVING SEEN the four strongest
football teams in the state in ac-
tion this season I shall discuss their
relative strengths,with your toler-I
ance, Gentle Reader.s
The teams I saw were The De-1
troit Lions, University of Mich-e
igan (scrimmaging), The Univer-
sity of Detroit, and Michigant
State (by proxy), and I rate them s
in that order as to relativet
strength.I
The Detroit Lions won their openeri
last week against the New Yorki
Giants, 9 to 0, and Sunday night beat1
the Cardinals, 6 to 0. The power of
their attack and the strength of their1
defense cannot be gainsaid. I fear
they would trounce Michigan if the
two were to play today.
I refuse to launch into a lengthy
discussion of the relative merits of,
Michigan and U. of D. here. The De-
troiters have a versatile attack led by
Dgug Nott whose passing may make
him All-American this year, but their
defense cannot compare with their of-
fense. They crushed Central State last
Friday night, 38 to 0, but I'll still give
Michigan a one-touchdown margin
over them.
Michigan State is apparently
ready to repeat their moral vic-
tory of last year when the two
teams meet Saturday by scoring a
touchdown on the Wolverines for
the second time since 1918. The
Spartans will fill the air with the
same passes that beat Grinnell, 33
to 20, but I'll give Michigan a
three-touchdown margin. Any
team that can be scored on with
the hoary sleeper play that Grin-
nell used certainly won't beat
Michigan.
WARMBEIN and Armstrong who
Salternate at left half, throw the
passes, our Lansing scout reports, and
are equally good. W armiein made
State'sutouchdown against Michigan
last year on a pass from Muth. This
year he is reputed to be much more
dangerous in the passing role. Russ
Reynolds, stockingless quarterback,
and Jim McCrary, colored fullback,
are other backfield threats that Mich-
igan saw last year and will have to
stop again Saturday.
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Jack Blot's debut at Wesleyan
last Saturday was not too auspi-
cious.
He sent a veteran team into
what was supposed to be a warm-
up game with Union College from
Schenectady and came out on the
short end of a 7 to 0. Oh well,
that should quiet the student
body at Wesleyan who were afraid
of overemphasis.
NEW YORK, Oct. 1- (') -John
A. Heydler, president of the National
League, today named William J.
(Bill) Klem and John E. Reardon as
the league's umpires to work the
World Series.
FRESHMAN TRACK
All freshmen interested in track
or cross-country should report to
Coach Ken Doherty any afternoon
this week at Yost Field House.
INTRAMURAL MANAGERS
A meeting of all Intramural
managers will be held at 4:30 p. m.
today.
Earl Riskey

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Cardinals Head
For Detroit In
Confident Mood
'Leave It To Us,' Says Dizzy
Dean As He Asks To
Pitch First Game
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 1- (-') -Frankie
Frisch's madcap Cardinals, as cock-
sure of World Series glory as their
own great Dizzy Dean, headed for the
lair of Mickey Cochrane's Detroit Tig-
ers tonight.
They were a trifle exhausted and
their nerves were slightly frayed as
a result of their dazzling drive past
the routed New York Giants for the
National League flag. No one of
them knew who was going to pitch
in the World Series opener, but to a
man they were confident of twisting
the Tiger's tail.
"Leave it to us," promised Dizzy
to the exciteds, who blew the old town
wide open last night with one of the
most tumultuous celebrations St.
Louis ever had staged. Then the big
fellow, who clinched the pennant yes-
terday by shutting out the Cincinnati
Reds, 9 to 0, for his thirtieth victory
of the season, looked up Manager
Frisch to make another plea for the
right to pitch the series opener Wed-
nesday.
The rest of the probable starting
line-up and the respective batting av-
erages of each player follows:
Martin, 3b ............287
Rothrock, rf .......... .286
Frisch, 2b ............ .306
Medwick, If...........319
Collins, lb............333
Delancey, c...........316
Orsatti, cf............301
Durocher, ss..........256
A full rest was given the players
today,nbut upon arrival tomorrow
morning in Detroit, the team will
hold a brisk workout at Navin Field.
Twenty-one players will compose the
Cardinal World Series force.

Coaches

To Follow

Varsity Opponents
Throughout Season
Scouting assignments for the foot-
ball season of 1934 were announced
yesterday by Coach Harry Kipke.
Coach "Cappy" Cappon, Kipke's
star observer, has already been at
work, having spied on the enemy at
East Lansing last Saturday. He will
also watch the Georgia Tech aggre-
gation, a newly acquired foe, either
when Bill Alexander's men meet at
Vanderbilt, Oct. 6, or Duke, Oct. 13.
Besides that he takes over Blott's
beat at Columbus, Ohio.
The other assignments are almost
the same that they were last year,
some of the scouts having concentrat-
ed on the same team for several years.
Coach Ray Courtright will report
on Chicago and Wisconsin; Wally
Webber, Illinois and Northwestern,
while Benny Oosterbaan takes Min-
nesota again.
Cappon in speaking of the State-
Grinnell game, which State won 33
to 20 last Saturday, indicated yester-
day that the Spartans may come to
Ann Arbor next Saturday armed to
the teeth with a passing attack.

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