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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1635

THE... MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Varsity Swim
Squad Begins
Regular Drills
Thirteen Lettermen Forn
Nucleus Of 1936 Tean
Defending National Tith
Fairly confident of retaining their
National Collegiate title but not too
sure that they can subdue their ow
freshman squad in a dual meet
Coach Matt Mann's Varsity swim-
mers are beginning daily drills this
week at the Intramural pool.
Thirteen returning lettermen have
greeted Coach Mann this fall, and the
veteran mentor hopes to driv(
through to a seventh national crowr
in ten years, mainly through the
strength of his phenomenal diving
Vroti.e, and then coast to victory dur-
ing the next three years with th(
power invested in the present fresh-
fMan team.
Fehsenfeld Leads Veterans
Captain Frank Fehsenfeld head
the list of veterans back, and also
tops the divirg squad by virtue of his
victories in both the high and low-
board events in the National Col-
leite meet last March.
the three other members of the
quartet that gave Michigan eight out
of eleven places in the springboard
evetits in the nationals are also re-
turning, and the difference between
their ability and that of Fehsenfeld
is almost negligible. Der Johnston
W as the outstanding member of the
g'op in 1934 and is due for a real
comeback this season, Ned Diefendorf
is a star off the three-meter board
and placed high in the National A. -
AKU. meet this summer, while Ben
Grady, like his three teammates a
former National Junior A.A.U. cham-
pin, is perhaps the most consistent
performer of the four.
Ferstenfeld May Start
Even with such capable men ready
to shine again, Adie Ferstenfeld, re-
serve last season, may push his way
inoa starting spot.
Fresh from starring performances
as a member of the American team
that invaded Japan this summer,
Jack Kasley, National and Big Ten
champion and record-holder leads a
trio of breast-stroke swimmers that
stands second only to the divers in
concentrated strength. Bill Critten-
den and Ed VanderVelde should both
go far in Conference competition this
year. These two, like Kasley, won
Varsity letters as sophomores last
season.
High Hopes For Cody
Fred Cody placed second in the
Big Ten back-stroke championships
behind teammate Taylor Drysdale
last March and took third in the
National meet. He should do even
better this year with a year of ex-
perience behind him and with Drys-
dale graduated. His understudy will
be sophomore Harry Reicke.
With the loss through graduation
and ineligibility of Bob Renner, Og-
den Dalrymple, and Tex Robertson,
the free-style squad may be weaker
than usual during the coming year.
Frank Barnard should place high in
any distance competition, but he
stands above the rest.
The regular dashmen will be picked
from the group including lettermen
Bob Mowerson, Paul Keeler, Ed Crew,
and Dick Blake, and sophomore
Mark McCarthy.
Coach Mann will present his 1935-
36 squad to the public for the first
time at the Union Open House on
November 13.
Warner Says Team
Has 'Stuff' To Win

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 1. - () -
Pop Warner's Temple University foot
ball Owls have his word for it that
they have the "stuff" to beat Mich-
igan State in tomorrow's intersec-
tional football clash in Temple Sta-
dium.
He told them so today, and uncov-
ered a portion of what may be his
planned strategy against the Mid-
Westerners by naming three of the
fastest men on his squad to his start-
ing lineup.
Speed, Warner believes, will play
a big part in deciding the issue to-
morrow, so he named Walker to fill
one end, and Little Mike Renzo and
Davidson to halfback posts. These
three are probably the speediest per-
formers on the squad.
They may not start, however, for
Warner told the squad it would have
a say in selecting the starting line-up.
If the players don't like the choice
he has made for any one berth, a ma-
jority opinion from the squad will
cause him to change it.

Berwanger Discusses Plans With Coach

Michigan Seeks
Fourth Victory
Over Quakiers

Penn Scouts Find Wolverines
A 'Great Tean Says Harman

Injury To
Schuman
In Lineup

Sobsey
Starting

Gives'
Post

(Continued from Page 1)
parallels the play of Michigan in its
lslst two victories, although the
Quakers were beaten in both contests.
After the Quakers had scored in the
first half against Princeton the Tig-
ers came back to make a touchdown
and conversion for a 7-6 victory and
against Yale the Quakers were beat-
en, 31-20, when the Elis scored three
touchdowns in the second half.
Michigan, scoring early against
Wisconsin and Columbia, showed
careless second-half play in both
games, as late rallies by both teams
were beaten down.
Probable starting lineups:

IVlichigan
Patanelli
Viergever
B3issell
Wright
Schuman
Framer
Valpey
Renner (c)
Smithers
Everhardus
Sweet
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LT
L 3
C
RG
RT
RE
Q
LH
RH
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Gardner

Pennsylvania
Bradford'
Gisburne
McNamara
Hauze
Stofko (c)
Toothill
Nye
Murray
Elverson
Warwick
Kurlish
(Cornell). Um-

By LESTER BRAUSERI
"I think that if we beat Michigan
tomorrow, we have the best team in
the East."
With that statement Coach Harvey
Harman of the University of Penn-
sylvania publicly revealed how ser-
iously he is taking the game with the
Wolverines today. This statement
will seem far fetched to some for
the Quakers have lost two games to
Eastern teams thus far, one to Yale
and the other to Princeton, but Har-
man explained this by the fact that
his boys were not in top physical
condition early in the season. They
Neusel Kayoed
By Carnera In
Fourth Round
NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 1. - (P) -
Old Primo Carnera lumbered out of
the boxing boneyard tonight to score
a technical knockout over Walter
Neusel, rugged German heavyweight
in the fourth of what was billed as'
a ten-rounder. Neusel had to quit
when he collided with Carnera's el-
bow and opened dangerous cuts over
his right eye.
A gallery of nearly 15,000 specta-
tors saw the abbreviated go which
marked Carnera's first return to the
ring sincehhe was jolted into the
ranks of the second raters by Joe
Louis' deadly hook here last sum-
mer.
The end camne after 2:23 of one-
sided milling in the fourth. They
were slugging away at close range
when Carnera, apparently trying to
get set forsa right hand belt, sent his
elbow crashing into the German's
eyes. Blood flowed over Neusel's face
and he threw up his hands and
walked to his corner just as his
manager, Paul Danski, started into
the ring with a towel.
There were no knockdowns, but it
was slaughter from the start. Car-
nera won every round as he pleased
and twice, in the first and second
heats, seemed headed for a quick
kayo.
Neusel. who spotted Carnera 67
pounds, 201 against 268, didn't have
a chance. A wild swinger with lots
of courage, but no knowledge of box-
ing, he was a perfect target for Car-
nera's right.

were prevented from starting practice
until September 15th, just two weeks
before the first game with Princeton.
"My scouts have told me that Mich-
igan has a great team, a capable line
and a fine backfield, therefore we'll
not be pointing to any one man to-
morrow," Harman asserted. This
seemed rather dubious when one of
his managers placed a nine-by-ten
photograph of Capt. Bill Renner of
the Wolverines on the bulletin board
of the Pennsylvania locker room at
the Stadium. It is evident from this
fact that the men of Pennsylvania
have heard how Renner has been
plassing that ball all over the field.
It is also quite evident that they will
be out on the field today working
hard to keep Renner from completing
a great number of his passes.
Coach Harman is well pleased with
his team this year. He said that he
doesn't believe that he ever has had
quite as good or as heavy a backfield
as the Murray, Kurlish, Warwick, El-
verson combination this year.
He showed some concern about the
weight of the Michigan line which
averages six or seven pounds more per
man than his forward wall, but he
hopes that the superior weight of his
backfield will counterbalance this.
"A team has to be about 30 percent
better to win away from home than
it does at home," Harman stated.
Link this statement with the fact
that Coach Harman put in a very
sleepless night Thursday -not be-
cause of the Earthquake either - and
you will see that the game with Mich-
igan today has been causing him not
a slight amount of thought.

New Telephone Number
2,3441
GOLFS IDE
RIDiNG ACADEMY
Under New Management
Pleasant service and pop-
ular riding instructor,
Harry Thornton.
ROBERT C. KENNEDY, '37

Detroit Seeks Second'
Victory Over Villanova
VILLANOVA, Nov. 1. -The Uni-
versity of Detroit's Titans will be
seeking their second victory in as
many weeks over Harry Stuhldreher's
Villanova eleven this afternoon on
the latter's field.
7 - -

-Associated Press Photo.
Jay Berwanger, Chicago's triple threat halfback, who was selected
as the most valuable player in the Big Ten last year, is shown talking
things over with Coach Clark Shaughnessy. Despite a poor team,
caused by a lack of capable material, the Maroon's Captain has beenN
designated by football critics as an outstanding candidate for All-
American honors. The Chicago eleven is resting this week in prepara-
tion for their game with Ohio State next Saturday.

Today's Games
WEST
Notre Dame at Ohio State.
Purdue at Minnesota.
Illinois at Northwestern.
Indiana at Iowa.
Nebraska at Missouri.
Iowa State at Marquette.
Kansas at Oklahoma.
Wabash at Butler.
Grinnell at Drake.
Cornell College at Knox.
Miami at Ohio U.
Cincinnati at Ohio Wesleyan.
Kalamazoo at Wayne.
EAST
Mississippi State at Army.
Dartmouth at Yale.
Providence at Boston College.
Michigan State at Temple.
Columbia at Cornell.
Duquesne at Carnegie Tech.
Pittsburgh at Fordham.
Rice at George Washington.
Brown at Harvard.
Rutgers at Lafayette.
City College at Manhattan.
Boston U. at New Hampshire.
Bucknell at New York U.
Navy at Princeton.
Penn State at Syracuse.
Detroit at Villanova.
SOUTH
Kentucky at Alabama.
Alabama Poly at Louisiana State.
Georgia at Florida.
Vanderbilt at Georgia Tech.
Tennessee at Duke.
Colgate at Tulane.
Maryland at Virginia.
North Carolina State at North
Carolina.
Virginia Poly at South Carolina.
W. and M. at V.M.I.
West Virginia at Washington-Lee.
Texas A. and M. at Arkansas.
Oklahoma A. and M. at Texas Tech.
Kansas State at Tulsa.
Texas Christian at Baylor.
Southern Methodist at Texas.
Western Maryland at Baltimore.
FA9 WEST
U.C.L.A. at California.
Santa Clara at Stanford.
Montana at Washington.
Gonzaga at Washington State. j
Pacific U. at Oregon.
California Aggies at Nevada.
Oregon State at Portland.
Utah State at Colorado State.
Wyoming at Montana.
Brigham Young at Utah.
Colorado College at Colorado.

Halfbacks Beware!
Michigan Linemen
Are Star Grap piers
If, on some Saturday afternoon,
when you are sitting in the stands
you see an enemy halfback break
loose and then a blue-clad figure
should run over and throw a ham-
mer-lock on the unsuspecting ball-
carrier don't be alarmed. It will only
be one of line-coach Cliff Keen's
protegees reverting to his winter
sport, wrestling.
Seven of the Wolverine gridders
were working under wrestling coach
Keen during the last grappling sea-
son. In fact the Wolverines could
build a complete forward wall from
tackle, out of the grunt and groaners.
At center, Tiny Wright, has been
holding his own all year, and as a
wrestler last year showed himself the
star of the team until pinned by in-
eligibility.rFor guards Keengcan
present Frank Bissell regular guard
and also a regular 155-pounder last
season, Jess Garber, rugged 175-
pound grappler, and Fred Olds, star
freshman heavy-weight.
Jim Lincoln, another ex-freshman
who wrestled for Coach Otto Kelly,
last season and Bud Hanshue, regu-
lar tackle who has been out with an
injury, are the remaining Keenmen
serving as Kipkemen.
Miami To Be Scene Of
3-Day Football Festival
MIAMI, Fla. Nov. 1. - (A') - South-
ern Florida fans are looking forward
to a three-day football festival in
Miami Stadium here, starting
Thanksgiving day, with six teams
engaging in three contests.
The Miami senior high Stingarees
renew their old rivalry with Boys'
High of Atlanta on the afternoon of
November 28; the University of Mi-
ami meets Boston U. under the flood-
lights, November 29, and Florida's
'Gators play Auburn Saturday after-
noon.
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Lewis Not Considered
Threat To Joe Louis
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 1 -) A vet-
eran Negro trainer who has helped
condition both fighters saw little hope
today for John Henry Lewis, new
light heavyweight champion, if he
ever climbs into the ring with Joe
Louis in his professed quest for the
heavyweight title.
Jack Blackburn, the man "behind"
the Brown Bomber, after acting as
second for Lewis last night while the
Arizona Negro punched his way to
the light heavy crown with a clean
cut victory over Bob Olin, said:
"John Henry fought the best 15-
round fight I've seen since Gene
Tunney whipped Harry Greb in 1923,
but he ain't near big enough-or
strong enough-for my boy Joe."
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