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PAGE THREE

Y, OCT. 8 1936

THE MICHIGTAN fDAILY

Freshmen Use Indiana Plays As Varsity Polishes Up D

lefen se

In juries Force
Regular Trio
To Sidelines
Sweet And Smick Shifted
To Varsity Posts; Kipke
Strengthens Offense
With the freshman gridders exhib-
iting Indiana's running and passing
attack, Michigan's Varsity and re-
serve elevens concentrated on defen-
sive play in yesterday's practice drill.
Coach Kipke also sent his proteges
through an offensive dummy scrim-
mage in an effort to polish off the
Wolverines' attack.
Bothered by thigh injuries, both
Capt. Matt Patanelli and Bob Cooper
were again kept out of action in an
effort to safeguard the regulars from
further injury. A badly bruised shoul-
der also kept Johnny Smithers from
taking part in practice for the second
straight day.
Smick Replaces Loiko
Cedric Sweet returned to his old
fullback post as Coach Kipke shifted
Tex Stanton and Alex Loiko to the
reserve team with Danny Smick re-
placing Loiko at the Varsity left end
post. Previous to the dummy scrim-
mage the entire squad was sent
through a long session in covering
punts. With Cooper out of action,
Sweet and Campbell shared the kick-
ing duties. Both managed to come
through with.some fairly long punts
enabling the linemen to cover them
quite accurately.
Bob Curren, sophomore prospect,
was advanced to the Varsity squad
and alternated with Sweet at full-
back during the offensive drill
against thesfreshmen.Elmer Ged-
eon was also used at right end
in place of Art Valpey who was given
a much needed rest. Other players
on the first team were Fed Janke
and Mel Kramer at tackles, John
Brennan and George Marzonie,
guards, and Joe Rinaldi, .center. In
the backfield, Bill Barclay remained
at quarter with Stark Ritchie and
Bob Campbell shared the passing as-
signment.
All-Soph Backfield
An all-sophomore backfield fea-
tured the make-up of the reserve
eleven which alternated with the
Varsity on defensive and offensive
work. Louie Levine was a quarter
with Ed Phillips and Wally Hook
at the halfback positions and Stan-
ton at fullback. Levine did most of
the passing. After both teams fin-
ished their dummy scrimmages,
Coach. Kipke returned to his old role
as a kicker in order to give Ritchie,
Campbell, Barclay and Hook added
practice in returning punts.
The reserve lineup with the excep-
tion of Smick who replaced Loiko
remained the same. Norm Nicker-
son was at the right end post, Don
Seigel and Forrest Jordan, tackles,
Jesse Garber and Clarence Vande-
water at guards and John Jordan at
center. The rest of the squad scrim-
maged against another freshman ag-
gregation.

Star Tackle And Captain Of Hoosier Eleven

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PRE-SS
IANGLE.
By GEORGE J. ANDR... -
(Daily Sports Editor)

By CLAYTON HEPLER an end originally rated as a bit too
The nine touchdown blast of the green for a starting position, started
Ohio Scarlet Scourge against the in the Conference opener and did
N.Y.U. Violets and the powerful drive their part in bottling up the mighty
of the Minnesota Gophers, which wizardry of Oze Simmons.
have placed them among the fore- Also included on that line, around
mo stly contenders for national as which Simmons broke only once dur-
well as Big Ten crowns this year, are ing the entire game when he scored
going to find tough opposition at the the the tire gm w he son
hand ofthesurrisetea ofthethe lone touchdown of the Iowans on
hands of the surprise e of the a lateral pass, were five men who saw
Western Conference within the next-

And the Purple backfield will stack
up with the Ohio State secondary
man to man. There are six backs,
with the junior, Don Heap, as the
shining star, who have served notice
that as far as running, passing and
punting are concerned.
The Wildcats meet North Dakota
State this week before going to bat
against the Buckeyes. Illinois will
follow the Columbus team on the
Northwestern calendar, and the wily
Bob Zuppke will do anything but
furnish a breather before the Goph-
ers invade Evanston.

Northwestern --Conference Dark Horse

VY , 41 i LVliG C~~t, v"'"" uci. " - 'service in thf
Bach To Set-Up Days month. sersoc n
For if any team can upset the dope 1season when
HARRY KIPKE is con- it will be the fighting Wildcats under cassed the
C vinced that Michigan State is too itwlbehefginWldasueri football, the
the tutelage of their new mentor, Dame.
tough an opponent for Michigan in Coach Lynn Waldorf. Northwestern
the opening game of the season, ac- and Michigan are the only Big Ten JII|III|Ii|(111
cording to a story that came out last schools to meet both of these teams.
night. Team Should Improve
A smaller opponent for the first "A team that will be ragged in
game is favored by Coach Kipke, but October but should be coming along
there is very little he can do about it in November,' was the way Coach
at the present, as Michigan's football Waldorf described his players at the
schedule is made up for three years beginning of the season. And then E_
in advance-and there are no setups. dolorously, "But by November, it
"If we could have had the benefit may be too late. We'll already have
of a weaker eleven in our opener this played Iowa, Ohio State, Illinois and
season, much of the nervousness Minnesota."
shown by our sophomores would have That was at the beginning of the
been overcome," Coach Kipke was season. Last Saturday the Waldorf
quoted as saying, "and they would team stepped out on the gridiron at
have established some more needed Dyche Stadium and dropped the Iowa
confidence before embarking upon a Hawkeyes to an inglorious 18-7 de-
heavy schedule." feat. This to a big veteran team
* * * that was expected to make a splurge
Cellar Battle ? in the Conference race with their
super star, Oze Simmons, the fleet
THERE will be no love lost for Negro.
Michigan by Indiana when the Probably the greatest single factor "pa
I~ncinc rtkia kh 1iltflf thiffl irtl -axirv aoi tu. .hP Nn :_ Ithc~

ie stunning upset of last
the Purple team out-
class of Mid-Western
fighting Irish of Notre

-Associated Press Photo.
Two hundred pounds of tackle trouble faces Michigan Saturday in
the form of Indiana's Captain Chris Dal Sasso. A veteran of two years'
experience, Dal Sasso was mentioned frequently in all-Western Confer-
ence discussion last year. Standing 5 feet 11 inches tall, the sturdy
Hoosier captain is bound to cause Michigan's line a lot of trouble.

Mays Wrecks Car
In Speedway Crash'
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WESTBURY, N.Y., Oct. 7.-(A')-
Rex Mays, young Los Angeles driver,
narrowly escaped serious injury to-
day when the Miller special he was
driving over the intertwining Roose-
velt raceway crashed into the con-
crete retaining wall at the east end
of the main stretch and was wrecked.
He was severely shaken up.
With the car out of the Oct. 12
race Mays will drive relief for Babe
Stapp, whose mount is a Topping
special.
Tazio Nuvolari, one of Italy'sl
craftiest drivers, turned in the best
time for a single lap, 70.100 m.p.h.
and averaged 69.929 m.p.h. in to-
day's trials for starting positions His
elapsed time for the route was 17
minutes, 9.62 seconds.
H. E. PHILP
ALL KINDS OF
TAILORING
MaiStr eet
OVER CAHOW'S DRUG STORE

Delta Sigma Chi Wins
I-M Speedball Opener
Delta Sigma Chi defeated Kappa
Sigma 6-5 yesterday in the first
speedball game of the Intramural
season. Hall led his team to victory
by scoring four points and playing a
fine defensive game.
CALLS FOR CANDIDATES
Freshman track tryouts report
to Coach Ken Doherty at 5:15
p.m. at Ferry Field.
READ THE WANT ADSI

Hoosiers answer Lhe c on wnis e
in the Stadium Saturday. Every story
coming out of the Bloomington camp
has as its gist "revenge last season's
7-0 defeat!"
It will be remembered that the
Wolverines won from the Hoosiers in,
the second game of the 1936 season
when Vernon Huffman, Indiana all-
around star, did some queer things
while catching one of Ced Sweet's
punts, the ball rolling over the goal-
line where Capt. Matt Patanelli re-
covered for the only touchdown of
the game.
Huffman, who was and is the star
of Bo McMillin's "five-man" back-
field, reaped some sweet revenge last
winter when he led the day to two
basketball victories over the Wol-
verines, but apparently that is not
enough.
Indiana swept to an impressive 38-
) win over Coach McMillin's old team,
the "Praying Colonels" of Centre, last
Saturday, and a victory this week
would not only start their Conference
schedule off well, but would start
Michigan on the way to the Big Ten
cellar the Hoosiers have become so
well acquainted with in late years.

in the Hiawkeye deieaT, was tieNorm-
western forward wall, which com-
pletely smothered the Iowa offensive,
limiting them to only two first downs
and a grand total of 20 yards gained
by rushing. Two sophomores,
Voights who is a tackle, and Diehl,
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