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AY, VEER 8, 'THETHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thirty-Three Wolverines Leave Today For Battle

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Largest Squad
Of This Season
Leaves At Nine
Team Will Spend Friday
Night In Chicago Before
Going ToChampaign
Band Will Make Trip
Ritchie And Johnson Will
Start For First Time;
Squad In Top Condition
Michigan's hopes for a fifth con-
secutive football victory, 33 strong,
leave Ann Arbor at 9 a.m. today en-
route to do battle with Coach Bob
Zuppke's tricky Illinois eleven.
The Varsity gridder's, accompanied
by the 100-piece R.O.T.C. band, will
hold a short drill and spend the night
in Chicago . before proceeding to
Champaign tomorrow morning.

Upholds Gopher Battering Tradition

Return Of IlliniI
Star To Lineup
Cheers Zuppke
Les Lindberg Is Expected
To Be Ready For Action;
Zuppke Plans New Plays
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 7. - (7) -
Illinois hopes for a victory over Mich-
igan next Saturday boomed upward
today.
Les Lindberg, star kicking back and
one of the best offensive threats de-
veloped by Coach Bob Zuppke in the
last two years, finally reported for
practice yesterday after being out
with a knee injury.
Stays Out Of Drill
Lindberg did not participate in the
dummy scrimmage through which
Zuppke sent his squad, but the way
Lindberg cavorted about the field
indicates he will be ready for action
against the Wolverines.
A freshman team ranWolverine
plays, Zuppke concentrating on giving
his linemen and secondary defense
an idea of what they may expect
when Michigan's ambitious and
steadliy improving eleven comes to
town.
Team Gets Plays
Zuppke, one of the smartest
coaches in the game. Knows from
long experience that Michigan will
"shoot the works" to make Illinois a
fifth straight victim, and it is under-
stood that "Wily Bob" has given his
team an assortment of new, tricky
formations.
Zuppke hasn't had the task of
building up his players to the proper
"fighting" frame of mind for Sat-
urday's battle. Northwestern beat
the Zuppkemen 10-3 last Saturday,
s and the Illini are determined to gain
revenge at the expense of an old rival,
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Suspend Relations With
Badgers? No, Says Yostt
Both director of Athletics, Fielding9
H. Yost, and Head Football Coach
Harry G. Kipke, emphatically denied
last night a report from Madison that
due to rough play in the recent Mich-
igan-Wisconsin football game ath-
letic relations between the two uni-
versities would be suspended.
The Wisconsin News is the source
of the report which apparently is
untrue.

THAT WAS IN '25
Only 11 men played for each side
throughout the Wolverine-Illinois
game of 1925 in the Illinois stadium.
There are few such records in modern
football.

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Form Big Squad
The playing squad, the, largest
make a trip this fall, is composed
the following men:

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Ends - Ernie Johnson, Earl Meyers,
Matt Patanelli, Mike Savage, and Art
Valpey.
Tackles -.Ed. Greenwal, Mel Kra-
mer, Jim Lincoln, Earle Luby, and
John Viergever.
Guards - Frank Bissell, Jesse
Garber, Walt Lillie, Ernie Pederson,
Stan Schumann, and Sol Sobsey.
Centers - Bob Amrine, Joe Rinaldi,
and Harry Wright.
Quarterbacks-Bill Barclay, Chuck
Gray, and Capt. Bill Renner.
Halfbacks - Whitey Aug, Bob
Campbell, Joe Ellis, Chris Everhardus,
Skinny Nelson, Stark Ritchie, John
Smithers, and Chet Stabovitz.r e
Fullbacks - Doug Farmer, Steve
Remias, and Cedric Sweet.
Uses Same Lineup
Coach Harry Kipke's starting line-
up for tomorrow's game is the same
one he has started in practice skirm-
ishes all week and includes two men
who will be making the first start of
their career, Johnson at right end and
Ritchie at left half. The former is
annexing the flanking post that has
been the property of Savage, Valpey,
and Meyers at different times during
the season. Ritchie, whose running
was a feature of the Penn victory, is
ousting Everhardus, who has been
handicapped all week by rib and foot
injuries.
After a light kicking drill yester-
day afternoon, Coach Kipke again
sent his starting eleven against Wal-
lie Weber's Physical Ed freshmen
manned with Illinois formations
while the second and third teams ran
signals in. a dummy scrimmage.
Use Open Offense
The Wolverine mentor points out
the fact that Illini uses an open type
of offense, similar to the ones that
Michigan State and Columbia made
Michigan appear weak against, and
is doubtful as to how his team will
fare against such an attack the third
time.
With the exception of Sobsey and
Everhardus, the entire squad is in
top physical condition, although
Smithers and Lincoln will wear face
guards. Sobsey is almost definitely
out as far as playing goes, but Ever-
hardus will be called upon if needed.
CALL FROSH CAGEMEN
All candidates for the freshman
basketball squad will report to
Waterman Gymnasium at 7:30
p.m. Monday. Players should bring
their own equipment. Practice
sessions will be held on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
day evenings each week.
Coach Ray Fisher.

-Associated Press Photo.
Sheldon Beise has been greatly responsible for the continuance of
the Minnesota winning streak.. At the position of fullback it has been
his task to get that extra yard at a critical point in the game. His
steady, conscientious play reminds the coaches of Kostka, Manders,
and Nagurski in bygone years. Thus, Beise has upheld the old Minne-
sota tradition of always having one of the best fullbacks of any team
in the Big Ten.

Wright's Performance Recalls
Play Of Former All-Americans

By LESTER BRAUSER
It's a Michigan tradition to have
a man in the center of the line who
at the end of the season will be rated
tops in the minds of football fans.
One has, only to mention such stand-
out centers as "Germany" Schultz,
Jack Blott, Maynard "Doc" Morri-
son, Chuck Bernard and Gerald Ford
to realize that in the middle of the
Maize and Blue line strength always
lies.
Dejected has been the Wolverine
mentor who upon looking over his
stock of grid material saw no one
who could let a ball fly fast and true
between his legs into the airms of
waiting back and then throw all of
his power into a hulk of opponents
scattering them far and wide,tleaving
a hole as big as a city block to allow
the back to romp through. For when
this condition of scarcity prevailed
the coach could only but await a crit-
ical season of football depression
ahead.
Rinaldi Impressed
This' year Kipke thought that he
had another man who could do all
these things and maybe more. Joe
Rinaldi, another of Elkhart, Indiana's
contributions to Michigan football,
gave the Wolverine coach plenty of
moments of pleasant hopefulness for
"just one more like Bernard" before
old man trouble intervened and shut
Rinaldi up tight in the Health Service
with a prolonged cold. So Kipke's
thoughts undoubtedly went awander-
ing toward visions of disaster for the
1935 team.
Looking over his squad desperately
hoping to spot someone who could fit
in at the center position he was at-
tracted to a big man who he faintly
recalled having done some work as a
center last spring. But this boy had
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been so heavy that whenever it war
necessary for him to get the jump
on his opposing lineman (which is not
exactly unfrequent) he had to shift
gears for several seconds to get hit
some 240 pounds underway.
Tiny's 240 Makes Good
But Kipke could lose nothing by
giving the big boy a try once more,
The boy got his chance and as the
book says, "made good." It was a
welcome sight to all to see 240 pound,
come tearing out of a line with suct
momentum and speed that when it
struck, the resisting force no longer
resisted.
That is the story of none other thar
Harry "Tiny" Wright, the man or
whom Kipke gambled to handle th
center job which for a time was ex-
pected to be the weak spot in the
Michigan line. Wright has been do-
ing a better than average job at cen-
ter thus farand all indications point
to his carrying on his god work for
the remainder of the season as Rin-
aldi is now back in uniform anc
Kipke has been trying to fit him in at
some position other than center.
Wright is a junior. Last year he
filled in off and on at tackle but was-
n't considered ripe enough nor fast
enough to take over regular duties.
He was moved to center last spring
when Kipke could find no one else tc
take over the duties until Rinaldi
caught his eye.
A POPULAR LEADER
Wessel J. Neethling can lay claimr
to a record of some kind. He was re-
cently elected captain of the Robert-
son Cricket Club for the 32nd time
in the past 33 years.

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UNIVERSITY COURSE CLOSES
The University of Michigan golf
course will close for the season
Sunday evening, Nov. 10. All per-
sons having equipment in storage
are requested to call for it before
this time.,
H. G. Rogers, Mgr.

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