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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Thirty-Two

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Today

Hoosiers Hope
To Hit Stride
In Ohio Game
Buckeyes Have Nine Men
On Injured List; Purple
Prepares For Gophers
CHICAGO--AP)-It's about time
for Indiana's Hoosiers to start turn-
ing their ground gaining ability into
touchdowns, Coach Alvin "Bo" Mc-
Millin thinks, and he hopes they will
decide to do it Saturday in a big way
against the "Scarlet Scourge" from
Ohio State.
In yardage and first downs, the
Hoosiers did all right against Michi-
gan two weeks ago, and against Cin-
cinnati last Saturday. They out-
gained both foes by handsome mar-
gins, but didn't get any touchdowns,
losing both battles by 7 to 0 scores.
No Touchdowns
'We got a lot of hard work out of
the last two Saturdays," McMillan
said, "but without results. We are
due to get going. We will try to give
a good account of ourselves against
Ohio State, and the customers will
see a ball game."
The Buckeyes had almost enough
men on the hospital list to form a
full team as they started drilling for
the Hoosiers. Merle Wendt, star end,
suffered a broken nose in the triumph
over Northwestern, and Jim Karcher,
guard, came out with a shouder in-
jury. The other cripples were Frank
Fisch and Stan Pincura, backs, Char-
ley Hamrick and Ernie Roush, tack-
les, George Brungara and Inwood
Smith, guards, and Bill Boston, re-
serve center.
Wildcats Work
Northwestern wasted no time in
getting into preparation for Minne-
sota. Coach Lynn Waldorf had all
hands out for a look at Gopher plays
and used all but a few of the reg-
ulars who played against Ohio State,
in a defensive dummy scrimmage.
The Hawkeyes also scrimmaged,
working so late that the newly in-
stalled floodights had to be turned on.
NO LOSS SINCE '30
Purdue's football team has not lost
an Atlantic seaboard game since Noble
Kizer became coach in '30.

Sports Of The Day
LAFAYETTE, IND. - Ed Skoron-
ski, captain of the Purdue football
team, was declared ineligible for the
remainder of the season. He played
two minutes for Georgetown Uni-
versity in 1931.
OKLAHOMA . CITY, . OKL A.-
Johnny Revolta of Milwaukee de-
feated Tommy Armour of Chicago,
5 and 4 to win the National P.G.A.
golf title.
EAST LANSING, MICH.- The last
of the crippled regulars, Joe Buzolits,
rejoined the Michigan State squad.
The entire Varsity lineup will face
Washington of St. Louis here Satur-
day.
NEW YORK, N.Y.- The merger of
Madison Square Garden and Mike
Jacobs in the fight promotion field
removes any doubt that Joe Louis
will meet Max Schmeling in June,
the winner to be matched with Jim
Braddock in September.
NEW YORK, N.Y.-It was an-
nounced that formal resumption of
football relations between Princeton
and West Point is expected shortly.
PHILADELPHIA, PA. - Connie
Mack denied any deal with the Bos-
ton Red Sox involving either Jimmy
Foxx, first baseman or Frank "Pinky"
Higgins.
NEW YORK, N.Y. -Ernie Cad-
del, Detroit Lion's back, continues as
leading ground gainer in Professional
football with 297 yards in 39 attempts
for 7.6 average.'
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Coach Ray Fisher
Forced To Rebuild
Wolverine Infield
While the attention of Michigan's
sports fans is focused on the activi-
ties of Coach Harry Kipke's football
team which has apparently found the
comeback trail, Ray Fisher, former
major league hurler who guides the
destinies of the Varsity baseball club.
is gradually formulating plans for
next spring's diamond campaign.
Although coaching freshman grid
men is also occupying Fisher's time
at present, the loss of many veterans
of the 1935 nine through graduation
has caused him to give early atten-
tion to the talent he will deal with
in the spring.
Will Drill Inside
The starting of basketball practice;,
however, has interfered with Fisher's
coaching as a number of his men,
mainly John Gee, are on that squad.
Football also takes some of his men.
Fisher stated recently that after the
completion of the football season and
throughout the winter he will conduct
daily drills for his battery men and
expects to handle possibly a dozen
pitchers at the field house.
Must Replace Infield
The entire Varsity infield of last
spring's nine graduated. Oliver.
Paulson, Teitlebaum and Ford who
held down the positions will be hard
to replace. A good crop of sopho-
more material may relieve this prob-
lem, but until the squad has drilled
outside several weeks, Fisher will be
unable to say what combination he
will start.
Heyliger and Rudness, who pa-
troled the garden last year, are back
and another outfielder of ability can
probably be found. Jablonski and
Williams are expected to hold down
the catching job between them with
Capt. Berger Larson and Gee doing
most of the pitching.
Union Ping Pong Team
Will Meet Detroit Stars
The Michigan Union will send a
four-man team against Detroit's out-
standing players in an exhibition
ping pong match Saturday evening
at the Griswold Sport Center it was
announced yesterday. The exhibi-
tion will be composed of four sets of
singles and one of doubles.

INTRAMURAL SCORES
Touch Football
All-Americans 12. Fletcher Hall
Speedball

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Sweet, Renner
Kick Well In
Final Practice
Greenwald Will Replace
Murray At Tackle For
Only Change In Squad
Ends ShowUp Well
Columbia Seeks Revenge
For Crushing Defeat By
Quakers Last Week
The Wolverine squad of 32 players,
which will attempt to garner Mich-
igan's ninth intersectional victory in
11 games, will leave at 6:39 p.m. to-
day for New York City to encounter
Columbia's Lions at Baker Field Sun-
day afternoon.
Coach Harry Kipke named the
same squad, with a single exception,
that traveled to Wisconsin last week.
Ed Greenwald will replace Charles
Murray at one of the tackle positions.
The squad going to New York con-
sists of:
Ends - Patanelli, Valpey. Savage,
Meyers and Johnson.
Tackles - Viergiver, Lincoln, Kra-
mer, Luby and Greenwald.
Guards - Bissel, Sobsey, Garber
Pederson, and Lillie.
Centers -Wright, Schuman, and
Rinaldi.
Backs - Renner, Barclay, Gray,
Smithers, Nelson, Aug,Ellis, Ever-
hardus, Ritchie, Campbell, Sweet,
Remias and Farmer.
Sweet And Renner Punt
Kipke sent the Wolverines through
a long offensive drill on Ferry Field
yesterday which was featured by the
punting of Cedric Sweet and Capt.
Renner. Both men were getting good
protection and with plenty of time
to kick were getting off some fine
punts. One of Sweet's kicks with the
wind at his back traveled 110 yards.
At the conclusion of the drill Kipke
announced that both men would
carry the kicking burden Saturday
with Sweet the number one man.
The ends were going down fast on
the punts and the reserve safetymen
found it hard to get started because
of the hard tackling exhibited by
Matt Patanelli and Mike Savage.
Work On Lions' Plays
After the drill. Kipke took a re-
serve team over to one side to work
n defense against the freshmen
team impersonating Lou Little's
Lions. While this was going on a
Varsity team worked on plays. This
team had Wright at center, Bissell
and Sobsey at guards, Lincoln and
Kramer at tackle, Patanelli and Sav-
age at ends and Renner, Sweet, Ev-
erhardus and Smithers in the back-
field.
Kipke also devoted some time to
practicing kick-offs letting Chris
Everhardus and Ernie Johnson do
the kicking. Both men showed great
improvement over the form exhibited
in previous weeks.
Columbia Always Tough
Columbia, which is just rounding
into shape after their grueling con-
test with Pennsylvania has been at
work revising its attack during the
week and is expected to show the
Wolverines all the tricks which Lou
Little's ingenious mind is capable of
digging up.
The Lions, while not having shown
much this year, have a reputation of
being a tough team to beat when
pressed against the wall. Little has,
in the past, been able to bring his
team to a point for a game which is
badly needed and the Columbia men
will be eager to atone for last week's
defeat by the Quakers.

Zeh Lea'ds

Scorers

Eight Teams Remain In
Interfraternity Bowling
Eight fraternity bowling teams will
enter the second week of the Union
tournament Sunday afternoon.
First and second place trophies will
be offered to the winners of the com-
petition. Fraternities entered in the
tournament include: Phi Kappa Psi,
Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Sigma Chi, Zeta Psi, Pi Lambda Phi,
Chi Phi, and Beta Theta Pi.

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60,000 TO SEE NAVY
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Oct. 23. -(AP) -"
Navy worked out against Notre Dame~
plays again today, as Naval Academy:
authorities considered the unique pos-
sibility of an advance ticket sale bor-
dering on 60,000 for Saturday's game
in Baltimore.
Head Coach Tom Hamilton, using
his "B" squad as a buffer for the var-
sity drills,

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Matt Lets Down His Hair For A Cry
About His 'Awful' Swimming Champs

-Associated Press Photo.
Ray Zeh, flashy back from West-
ern Reserve of Cleveland, O., leads
the nation's gradders in scoring to
date. He has piled up a grand total
of 67 points since the grid season
opened a month ago.
Hibbard Stars
In Time Trials
At Field House
The cold wind which suddenly end-
ed the warm autumn weather yes-
terday forced Coach Hoyt to hold
the first time trials this semester in
Yost Fieldhouse.
In the 50 yard dash Sam Stoller,
Ham White and -Allen Smith won
their respective heats closely fol-
lowed by Waldo Abbot, Miller and
Steve Mason. Stoller ran the fastest
fifty, his time being :05.7 seconds.
Others were clocked at :05.8.
Charlie Hoyt disclosedrthe discov-
ery of a new high jumper. Hibbard,
who is a sophomore, did not come
out for track in his freshman year,
but this fall his performance in this
event has been most encouraging.
The mile, the 660 and the 300
yard events were run out of doors.
Dragila, a freshman miler, set a fast
pace finishing ahead of all Varsity
runners. His time was 4:41.1 sec-
onds which Coach Hoyt considered
excellent, taking in account the cold
wind which swept across the track.
Paul Pinkerton, Walter Stone and
Wes Johnson crossed the line in that
order. In the succeeding heat the
freshmen were clocked at well over
five minutes.
In the 660 Gorman raced around
the oval to beat out Ed De Vine,
Frank Aikens and Jones. He ran the
measured distance in 1:30. Aikens
the Varsity track team captain, ran
easily but on the home stretch
sprinted, forcing the leaders in an
exciting finish.
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By GEORGE J. ANDROS
Matt Mann celebrated yesterday
--by swimming 20 lenths of the. In-
tramur al pool.
The occasion for this sudden dis-
play of youthful enthusiasm was the
receipt of a very elegant, extra-large,
split-time stop-watch from the Col-
lege Swimming Coaches of America
bearing on the reverse side the in-
scription: "For 25 years of service."
When a person has been at the
same task for that long a period he
usually considers it somewhat of a
curse, but Matt has no regrets and
thinks he has been blessed with a lot
of luck.
No one else, strangely enough, seems
to be complaining, but Coach Mann
calls his record of six National Colle-
giate Championships in the 11 years
he has been at Michigan "terrible."
But with better material than ever
pouring in now, the Wolverines are
already favorites to cop that title for
the next three years at least. Perhaps
with a mark of nine out of a possible
fourteen crowns, Matt will be satis-
fied.
The sandi-haired, jolly English-!
man, who was once a champion of
England has been coaching Michigan
tank squads since the fall of 1925,1
making his stay in Ann Arbor the1
longest stop of any in his quarter-
t,

higher learning, Mann has been men-
tor at the famous New York A.C., the
Duluth Boat Club, and the Brookline
Municipal Pool in Boston.
Michigan teams have won the West-
ern Conference title for the past five
seasons in a row, and a total number
of seven times in Coach Mann's 11
year stay here. Last season the Wol-
verine swimmers established a new
scoring record.
In the National meet the Michigan
natators copped six out of 11 firsts,
losing only the individual free-style
events. Captain Frank Fehsenfeld
won both diving events, Ex-Co-Cap-
tam Taylor Drysdale annexed his
third backstroke title, Jack Kasley set
a new record in winning the breast-
stroke, the medley-relay trio of Drys-
dale, Kasley, and Ogden Dalrymple
put a new standard on the books, and
the sprint quartet of Ex-Co-Captain
Bob Renner, Tex Robertson, Drys-
dale, and Dalrymple put every other
outfit to shame over the 400-yard
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"I guess I've been around," Matt
admitted as he named the places
where he has coached. Yale, now his
arch-enemy, and Harvard each
claimed him for three years, the Naval
Academy for two, and Syracuse Uni-
versity for one season.
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