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'DAY, OCTOBER 4, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Kipke To Base
Offensive Hope
On Bill Renner
Frosh Team Runs Through
State Plays For Third
Consecutive Day
Plan Aerial Defense
Injuries To Dick Edwards
And Kurt Warmbein
Will Handicap Spartans'
By GEORGE J. ANDROS
Upon Captain BillrRenner's passes
will rest the greater part of Mich-
igan's hopes for victoiy against Mich-
igan State in tomorrow's game as far
as the offensive side of the battle is
concerned.
That fact was reaffirmed yester-
day afternoon as Coach Harry Kipke
Out his two Varsity elevens through
a third consecutive day's defensive.
drill against a pseudo State team
composed of freshmen equipped with
Spartan plays, leaving the major part
of the week's offensive practice to a
long passing drill last Monday.
Later in the season the Wolverines
may develop a capable running at-
tack, but for the opener Coach Kipke
is placing his dependence upon the
accurate forwards of Capt. Renner,
called by some the outstanding for-
ward pass artist in the country.
With Dick Edwards, end-run spe-
cialist, definitely out of Saturday's
contest, and with Kurt Warmbein,
outstanding triple-threat star, a
doubtful quantity that will probably
see very little action, Coach Charlie
Bachman is almost sure to have his
quarterbacks calling for plenty of
aerial work too. Al Agett will un-
'oubtedly be doing most of the
throwing, but "Smiling Steve" Sebo
will also toss a few on what start out
to be running plays.
More Defense Work
Coach Kipke plans to continue his
defensive work for a .time this after-
noon again, -and then taper off with
Athe usual pre-game kick-off and
signal drills. Nothing has been heard
as yet from the Spartans, but they
are not expected to appear in Ann
Arbor for any practice until just be-
fore game time tomorrow.
Three new faces found their way
into the Varsity eleven's line-up dur-
ing yesterday's drill, and while they
will not start, are almost sure to see
action in the course of tomorrow's
-struggle.
"Skinny" Nelson, senior and re-
serve for two years, spent consider-
able time at John Smither's right-
halfback duties-.,Nelson is a left-
footed punter of some ability. The
other changes affected the center of
the line. Harry "Tiny" Wright re-
placed Mel Kramer at right-tackle
and at times showed signs of what
could happen if he really became
aroused. Fred Ziem took Bud Han-
shue's place at right guard, while
Hanshue proceeded to give a capable
performance at defensive center,
ousting Bob Amrine.
Rinaldi Still Out
Whether or not Joe Rinaldi will be
able to practice this afternoon is still
a problem. Rinaldi, expected to start
at center tomorrow, has been out of
uniform all week, and is still con-
fined to the Health Service. He is
still picked as the starting pivotman,
but it remains to be seen how great
a hardship lack of any practice for
a week will work on his performance.
Matt Patanelli and Mike Savage
were the first-string ends yesterday,
John Viergever stayed at left-tackle
and Frank Bissell at left guard. Stark
Ritchie spent most of the afternoon
at left-halfback, Cedric Sweet was

at full, and Capt. Renner at quarter.
Chris Everhardus also worked with
this backfield combination.
The second eleven to oppose the]
freshmen in the dummy scrimmage
had Art Valpey and Earl Meyes at
ends, Jim Lincoln, Kramer, and then
Earle Luby at the tackle posts, and
Jesse Garber and Ernie Pederson at
guards. Stan Schuman manned the
pivot position.
Chet Stabovitz, erstwhile end, and
Bob Campbell handled the halfback
assignments, Bill Barclay was at
quarter, and Steve Remias and Doug
Farmer alternated at full.
KANSAS TACKLE RETURNS
LAWRENCE, Kans., Oct. 3.--(P)-
Dean Nesmith, University of Kansas
tackle whose departure Sept. 24 for
Washington, D. C., dealt a blow to
Jayhawker football hopes, is return-
ing to the University, Coach Ad Lind-
sey announced today. Nesmith re-
portedly had gone east to attend
George Washington university.
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The HOT
STOVE
------ By BILL REED

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Spartans Will Change
Jerseys For Michigan

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Mr. John Kieran, of the New York1
Times, has introduced the matter of;
thermal dynamics into the realm of
athletics, and it must be remarked
that Prof. Cochrane of Detroit tookt
advantage of the theories propounded
by Mr. Kieran with results bearing
untold satisfaction about this partic-
ular office.
Thermal dynamics, to Mr. Kieran,
is simply "producing force by turn-;
ing on the heat," and it is exactly;
that matter which will be considered,
by the pep meeting tonight, be it in-
doors or outdoors. Remembering
Rockne, the greatest practical psy-
chologist who ever lived, "enthusiasm
creates momentum," and the greater
the enthusiasm, inevitably, the
greater the momentum as the Wol-
verines meet Michigan State tomor-
row.
Spirit, as everyone knows, is of
many sorts besides that bottled va-
riety which Mr. Yost has banned from
the stands of the local stadium, and
it is spirit which more than the right
wing of Captain Bill Renner will keep
the Michigan goal posts in Ann Arbor
tomorrow.
The same Mr. Yost who placed the
one yariety of spirit under ban is the
very man who will be asked to dis-
pense his own particular distillation
of spirit tomorrow, it being just as
haircurling as any imbibed even in
the press box. And upon his ability
to arouse a bone-crushing enthusiasm
in a team which has potentially great
powers but needs above everything
else a little self-confidence depends
the retention in Ann Arbor of every-
thing coveted by the Spartans of
East Lansing, including the Union
Tower.
For tomorrow's game can be won
in the first two minutes by a savage
team of aroused Wolverines who will
go out to knock the helmet off every
invading Spartan.
14 Sports I
A new plan of organizing basketball
teams for pre-season play is to be
used by the Intramural Department
this year. Groups of students will
form teams under the name of the
high school which they attended.
Games for this group will be played
during November and December and
will serve the purpose of getting the
players in condition for the regular
Intramural basketball season, which
gets under way in January.
Both fraternity and non-fraternity
men will be permitted to play on these
teams. This is not permitted in the
regular fraternity or independent
leagues but for the organization of
these teams the rule will be waived.
For the purpose of organizing these
teams and getting things ready for
the opening games, a meeting will
be held at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Oc-
tober 10 in the large gymnasium of
the Intramural Sports Building. All
students interested in playing should
attend the meeting or leave their
names at the Intramural office.
Only those students who are not
playing on any varsity squad will be
allowed to compete.
GETS HOLE-IN-ONE
ROCHESTER ,N. Y., Oct. 3.-)
- Joe Slyck, playing in a golf tour-
nament today, got a hole in one on
a par five hole -reducing the stroke
handicap to which he was entitled.
Slyck nailed a pin-splitting brassie
to the green and was rewarded by the
applause of astounded spectators who
had just left the green.
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EAST LANSING, Oct.3. - (A ) -
Seamstresses went to work on the1
Michigan State College football
team's uniforms today so the Spar-
tan players won't look like twin
brothers of the University of Michigan
squad in Saturday's "big game."
State elected to waive the courtesy
it might expect in the role of guest
and will use strips of white muslin
to make its own uniforms distinctive,
rather than expect the host team to
change.
In last year's game the teams
played through the first half with
uniforms so much alike spectators
and sometimes players were confused.
State stuck strips of adhesive tape
to its sweaters for the second half of
the game.
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