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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FAE THREE

Possibility

Of Series

With

Princeton Seen

For

Hockey

S1ix

First Practice
Scheduled For
Monday Night
McMaster University Will
Provide Competition In
OpeningGame
David Leads Squad
Coach Eddie Lowrey Must
Rebuild Team Around
Three Lettermen
The Varsity hockey team will open
its schedule with McMaster Universi-
ty of Hamilton, Ont., the first week
in December Coach Eddie Lowrey an-
nounced yesterday. The Coliseum
will be open for the first time Satur-
day evening and the team will begin
practice Monday.
Possibilities of arranging a hockey
series with Princeton University's
stellar puck team are good, Lowrey
said, and if satisfactory arrangement
can be agreed upon, the games will
be played in Chicago during the
Christmas holidays.
With only four eligible veterans
from which to mould a team,rand
minus a competent goal guard, Low-
rey is confronted with a serious prob-
lem which he must solve before the
McMaster tilt.
Headed by Captain Larry David,
the veterans on the squad include
Dick Berryman, Jack Merrill, and
Vic Heyliger. Sophomores who Low-
rey expects to be of considerable aid
in rebuilding the team for this sea-
son are Bob Simpson, John Fabello,
Bud Shalek, and Fritz Radford.
The first part of the season will
consist of four pre-season games with
the London A.C., the University of
Western Ontario, and the Chatham
A.C. in addition to the McMaster con-
test and the possible Princeton series.
Following Christmas the Varsity
puck team will engage Minnesota and
Michigan Tech, each in a four game
home and home series, and Ontario
Aggies, Galt, Brantford, and St.
Thomas. The schedule, with dates, is
not entirely complete as yet, but
Coach Lowrey expects to card games
with several other Candian teams.
Gib James, last year's freshmen
star, and heavily counted upon to
fill the left wing position vacated by
Johnny Sherf, will be ineligible this
semester, but in all probability will
be in shape for the second part of
the season.
Prices for public skating at the
Coliseum remain the same as last
year. Students will again be al-
lowed to purchase seven tickets for
a dollar, but all outsiders must pay
35 cents.
Yearlings Are Set
For Phys. Ed. Tilt
The Freshman football squad went
through a short signal drill yester-
day on Ferry Field in preparation for
its annual game with the Physical
Education gridders tomorrow. Coach
Wally Weber had intended putting
the yearlings through a stiffer drill
but because of inclement weather was
forced to cut the session short.
Weber, who coaches the Physical
Education team as well as the first
year men, expects the two squads
put on one of the best battles in
many years. However Weber favors
the Freshmen to win tomorrow's game
due to their strength of reserve ma-
terial. The Phys Eds. in the past four
years have played through each game
without a substitution and due to the
fact that this year's squad contains
but 13 men that Weber can play he

will probably allow his men to stay in
the game just as long as they are
able.
The Physical Education team has
not won a game from the freshman
since the fall of 1934 when Fay and
Petoskey led a great team to a 7-0
victory.
BIG BUSINESS
It is estimated that a total of
twenty million dollars is spent each
Saturday in the United States by
football spectators.

Kipke
Three Integra
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NARD
Horrible S
Way To
By FRED BUE
Down on your knees
naut is coming!
To the clickity-clack
typewriters, Ohio Sta
ballyhooed football tea
season will march int
Saturday to attempt to
a share of the Weste
Title..
Michigan's battered
be its opponent - the
in the path of C
Schmidt's first Big Te
ship.
Fresh from its impre
tory over a small Illino
was able to beat Mich
vious Saturday by onl
of a field goal, The Sc
will be attempting to
sporting world that it i
good a football teama
with whom it hopes to s
ference crown.
Outman Iin
Beaten by Notre Da
ago and almost humilia
Chicago team last week
Hued Juggernaut" co
dicated its publicity wri
when it defeated 13 Il
and Bob Zuppke.
Just as he did aga
Coach Schmidt was qu
the situation last Satur
the same keen perceptio
he overcame an exha
team, the mentor of th
"Invincibles" ran in 23
the course of the co
Zuppke used two subs
Outweighed in every
the fighting Illini lineo
Buckeye forward wall t
entire game. Time af

Scarlet Scourge found it
at the Illinois goal, an
time a running attack]
season reports said 'no
stop,' was thrown back
Only a 50 yard dash k
reserve Ohio quarterba
"Powerhouse" from bei
in the Big Ten race as
it had been from the
after the Notre Dame g
"Jumping Joe" Willia
ports said was the greE
back in the country, w

Continues Drills On Ohio State Plays In Cold Drizzle

1 Parts O O.S. U. Steam. Roller

Coach Keen's
Scout Report
Will Aid Team

- - -
EThe HOT STOVE
By BILL REED

Ton Oyler Pronounced
Fit To Face Buckeyes
Tom Oyler who has been handi-
capped so far this fall with a per-
sistent injury which has kept him on
the bench has sufficiently recovered
to inable him to see service at the
center post against Ohio State Sat-
urday.

Sweet's Condition Is
Doubtful; Offense

Still
To

* * * * *

Center On Renner
Hampered by a cold drizzle which
fell continuously throughout yester-
day's practice, Coach Harry Kipke
continued his work of accustoming
the Wolverines to Ohio State's
spreads, shovel passes, and unortha-
dox formations.
The reserve team once again dem-
onstrated the intricacy of the Buck-
eye attack and spent a sloppy after-
noon on the bleak southern extremity
of Ferry Field.
Big Cedric Sweet and Ernie John-
son were out of uniform yesterday,
the former with a still badly swollen
leg, and the latter with a possible leg
infection. Whether either one will
see service against the Bucks is still a
question.
Savage Better
Mike Savage appeared much bet-
ter today and will probably be in
shape by game time. Tiny Wright
and John Viergiver, around whom
Kipke built his Minnesota defense,
only to have them injured in the
early part of the game, are the ques-
tion marks in the minds of the Mich-
igan coaching staff, Wright appeared
much improved today and took part
in the drill, although he obviously
favored his leg. Viergiver's injury is
not responding to treatment as well
as Wright's, but considerable hope,
is still held for his presence in the1
line-up Saturday.1
Coach Cliff Keen today passed out
his carefully compiled scout reports
of Ohio State. The report, one of the
best and most complete ever turned
in, will give the Wolverines an idea
of what to expect from each Buckeye
individually and the plays which are
likley to be run from certain form-
ations.
Speed Up Attack
Part of the afternoon was devoted
to speeding up the Michigan attack.
Several teams were lined up by Kipke
and on the first eleven he had Pat-
anelli and Valpey, ends; Luby and
Kramer, tackles; Bissel and Peder-
son, guards; Rinaldi at center; Cap-
tain Bill Renner at quarter; Campbell
and Smithers halfbacks and Remias
at full.
In the event that Sweet will not be
in shape to start Saturday, Captain
Renner will be forced to shoulder
most of the offensive burden, han-
dling the kicking assignment in addi-
tion to his regular duties.
Kipke explained his working the
squad in the rain today as a precau-
tionary measure to accustom the boys
to handling the ball and running their
plays under adverse weather condi-
tions such as may well prevail Satur-
day.

John Smithers received an unex-
pected thrill during Saturday's game,
and the incident was enough to halt
the play. As the Minensota team
was lining up for a conversion kick
from placement in the second period,
a drunk came reeling through the
fringe of photographers and into the
end zone. He was sent back by the
field judge, but not before he had
shaken his fist at Smithers and wildly
shouted, "You * & $ -'( ( ) * , you
stole my girl." John denies ever
having seen his accuser before.
A tragic story is told of Lafay-
ette College's first and last crew
Bechtold Again
Captures Cross
Country Crown
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.--(I) - For
the third consecutive year John Bech-
told outdistanced Gene Venzke,
Pennsylvania's great miler, to capture
the intercollegiate amateur athletic
association's cross-country crown.
Lenke was a marked man as he
ran through the woods of Van Cort-
landt park. Bechtold and Ken Wait,
both of Michigan State, either led or
followed closely on Venzke's heels.
Coming in to the last 250-yard stretch
Bechtold quickened his pace, passing
the Quaker runner, who faltered and
slowly faded behind. The State cap-
tain crossed the line 20 yards in front
of Venzke to be clocked at 26.23.3 for
the course.

back in the days when Fielding
Yost was an undergraduate there.
Interest in rowing had reached
the point of actually purchasing
a four-oared shell, and the crew
practiced with favorable results
for the whole season on the Le-
high River, with the intention of
entering the Poughkeepsie Re-
gatta. But the night before the
crew was to leave for its only test,
on a trial run, the season was
ended when the coxswain became
confused and sent the shell into
a bridge abutment, sinking it.
"Sports that aren't sports" was
distinctly a feature of last year's

sports column, but a freshman engi-
neer contributes a new indoor sport,
although the communication appears
to be worded as a veiled threat on
another frosh. He writes:
"In a freshman engineering
course, Ch.E. 1, one of the frosh
is trying to make himself im-
portant. le is continually mak-
ing statements in the form of
questions. We have kept track
of the number, making a game
out of it. Today he made 56.
His average for the semester is
about 30 per class. We should
hate to employ force, but it is a
nuisance."

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completely by the little Illinois line.
In fact it was not one of the dozen
great Buckeye backs who gained the
most ground from scrimmag,e but
Illinois' Wib Henry. The Powerhouse
made 13 firstdowns - one more than
Minnesota made against Michigan -
and the only time they were able to
score was on the runback of a kick.
What a scoring punch!
'Scourge' Sleeps
Not only did the Zuppkemen pre-
vent the Powerhouse from scoring;
they played smarter, more alert foot-
ball. A total of three fumbles was
made by both sides and all were re-'
covered by the Illini-which makes one
think that Ohio's Governor Davey
must be pretty dissatisfied with the
way the officials are running Ohio
State University. He said football was
the "supreme purpose of higher ed-
ucation" and don't grade football
ability on a lack of alertness.
Few people are willing to believe1
that the crippled Michigan Team can
defeat Ohio State Saturday, but not
a few are murmuring quietly to
themselves, "If you were to shake up
the Scarlet Scourge in a Michigan
blanket, the chances are you'd get a
pink lady."
A SMART BOY
Johnny Risko recently confided to
a Cleveland sports editor that he has
$42,000 salted away in a Cleveland
savings bank and has an income of
silghtly in excess of $500 a month
from various investments.
OPEN SATURDAY
The Intramural Building will
be open Saturday night from 7:00
to 10:00 p.m. for members and
guests of the Outing Club, Wom-
en's Physical Education Club,
Men's Physical Education Club,
Badminton Club, and Intramural
Extension Class. The regular fee
will be charged.

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