TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5,, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
On Defense For
Coach Kipke Pleased With
Play Against Quakers;
Forward Wall Praised
Expressing himself as "tickled" ov-
er their performance against Penn-
sylvania, Coach Harry Kipke sent his
Wolverine gridders through, a fast
workout on the rain-soaked terrain of
Ferry Field yesterday against Illinois
plays as exhibited by Wally Weber's
Physical Ed freshman eleven.
Coach Kipke feels that the danger
of his team suffering a let down after
four consecutive victories is minim-
ized because of the steady improve-
ment the Wolverines have shown in
"They played real football for the
first time this fall, Saturday," Kipke
said, "and there is no reason to be-
lieve they will not keep right on go-
ing." The Michigan mentor was es-
pecially pleased with the play of the
line, thought before the game to be
badly weakened by injuries.
The fast charging of the Varsity
forward wall against Penn paved the
way for the runs of Sweet and Ritchie
and kept the highly touted Quaker
backs bottled up most of the after-
Bud Hanshue, veteran right tackle,
appeared in uniform for the first
time yesterday since he injured his
knee against Indiana.
Bob Amrine, who started at center
against Michigan State, is also off the
injured list.. Sol Sobsey, whose back-
ing of the Wolverine line was a fea-
ture of the victories over Indiana,
Wisconsin, and Columbia and who
suffered a clavicle injury in practice
last week, is still out of uniform, and
his status as far as next Saturday's
struggle is concerned is still doubt-
Johnson At End
The Varsity lined up on the defen-
sive against the freshmen with Pat-
anelli and Johnson at ends, Viergever
and Kramer at the tackles, Bissell
and Rinaldi manning the guard posts,
and Wright doing the honors at cen-
ter. Rinaldi was backing up the line
and will alternate with Schumann at
the job all week.
The backfield was composed of
Renner, Smithers, Ritchie, and Re-
mias. Sweet was not in uniform due
to a late class.
A second team running plays
against a reserve squad had Savage
and Valpey on the flanking positions,
Lincoln and Luby at the tackles,
Garber and Lillie at guard, and Am-,
rine at center. In the backfield were
Barclay; Everhardus, Aug, and Farm-
Big Ten Standings I
Another View Of First Michigan Touchdown
Michigan ............2 0
Ohio State ..........2 0
Minnesota ..........2 0
Chicago .............1 1
Northwestern ........1 3
Wisconsin ...........0 2
Indiana .............0 2
Illinois ..............0 2
Minnesota 29, Purdue 7.
Northwestern 10, Illinois 3.
Iowa 6, Indiana 6.
Michigan at Illinois.
Minnesota at Iowa.
Ohio State at Chicago.
The All-Campus cross country
meet will be held this afternoon at
5:10, unless rainy weather causes the
Intramural Department to postpone
the race to a later date.
The course commences at Yost
Field House and will extend to the
golf course. At the club house the
contestants will turn left running
south-east on the fairway over the
hill to the far fence. Following the
southern boundry of the golf course
the runnerswill proceed until they
meet the dirt road which they will
take to the main highway. Then the
harriers will return to the starting
point. The measured distance of the
course is 2 and 3/8 miles.
Last year Bill Staehle won the
event and will participate again this
fall. Others who are planning to
enter are Norm Lawton and Bud
Johnson. Lawton was the winner of
the Interfraternity cross country
run which was held several weeks
ago. Last year Johnson was high
scorer in the All Freshmen track
Sports Of The Day
CHICAGO - Bill Shepherd, form-
er All-American, and called by many
the best running back in Professional
football, was traded to The Detroit
Lions by Boston yesterday in ex-
change for Doug Nott, former star
passer of the University of Detroit.
SOUTH BEND - Elmer Layden
announced that Andy Pilney, Dirk
Pfefferle, and Fred Carideo would be
definitely lost to the Irish for their
encounter with Northwestern Satur-
-Associated Press Photo.
Art Valpey, making his initial start as first string end, leaped high
in the air to snare Bill Renner's great toss against Penn Saturday.
The play was a beautifully executed delayed pass and Valpey was in the
clear as he pulled it down in the eid zone.
To Be Nucleus
Of Cage Team
Line-up At Present Also
Includes Rudness, Gee,
With the opening basketball game
of the 1935-36 season against Calvin
College of Grand Rapids still a month
away, Coach Cappon is continuing the
drills on fundamentals that have been
the basis of the practices since they
began three weeks ago on the Intra-
mural cage courts.
The team, which is being built
around John Townsend, sensational
sophomore, should be a great im-
provement over last year's quintet.
The present first team, which must
be tentative as Matt Patanelli, Earl
Meyers, and a number of others are
on the football squad, is composed of
John and Earl Townsend, forwards;
John Gee, center; Captain Chelso
Tomagno and George Rudness,
guards. This combination averages
well over six-feet with only Rudness
below the two-yard mark.
Cappon has a fine group of sopho-
mores to work with this season and
they will probably see plenty of ser-
vice before the schedule is completed.
In addition to the Townsends there
is Bill Lane, Don Brewer, Manny
Slavin, Catlin Whithead, Bill Valen-
tine, and Herm Fishman practicing
with the squad at the present time.
Stark Ritchie, Joe Rinaldi, Bill Bar-
clay, and Fred Ziem all of the foot-
ball team will report when the grid
Dick Evans, guard, who has been
out with an injured leg reported for
practice for the first time last night.
Evans' accurate shooting from the
back court was outstanding last year.
Four new opponents are on the pre-
Conference schedule. Western State
Teachers and the teams met on the
Eastern trip during Christmas vaca-
tion, Syracuse, Colgate, and Buffalo,
have been dropped in favor of Mount
Union of Alliance, Ohio, Western Re-
serve of Cleveland, Butler University
of Indianapolis, and Toledo Univers-
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'Graduation Cycle' Will Force
Bachman To Re mold Grid Team
By RICHARD LaMARCA
Michigan State's Spartans, conquer-
ors of Michigan for the past two
years, will at the close of this sea-
son undergo the disastrous "gradua-
tion cycle," common to all famous
g r i d i r o n aggregations especially
Michigan's 1934 Big Ten and Na-
tional championship eleven.
The results of the 1934 season,
in which Michigan failed to win a
Big Ten game and managed only to
beat a lowly Georgia Tech squad,
prove what a devastating effect the
"graduation cycle" can have on a
State will undoubtedly suffer next
year from the absence of ten of the
present regulars. Both the backfield
and line will require rebuilding.. In
the former department the East
Lansing team will lose in Kurt Warm-
bien their famous triple threat back
and the main cog of the Spartan of-
fensive attack for the past three
In addition to Warmbien, Coach
Bachman will seek replacements for
Dick Edwards, a slashing halfback,
Richard Colina, a flashy back from
Detroit Northern High, Al Agett, the
Tennessee passing threat as well as a
tricky runner, Don Wiseman, another
fine reserve fullback who was kept on
the sidelines due only to Brandstat-
ter's great line plunging, and Harri-
son Neumann, this season's under-
study to Colina.
Leading the list of departing star
linemen will be Sid Wagner, State's
candidate for an All-American guard
berth, and Lou Zarza, another po-
tential All-American at the end post.
The Spartan mentor will also have
to fill Julius Sleder's and Bob All-
mann's -shoes, the former a tackle
and the latter an end who proved
to be a fine successor to Ed Kle-
Another task facing Bachman is
the replacement of Joe Buzolits, star
center who played a superb defensive
game against Michigan in 1934.
NOT A BAD RECORD
Michigan football teams have won
the Big Ten Conference champion-
ship five times and tied for the honor
in six other seasons since the Confer-
ence came into being in 1897.
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