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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

THURSDAY, OCT. 29,

Michigan Comeback Hope Shaken As Cooper Cracks Sh

oulder

For Season

Dan Bulger Wins
In Cambridges9re9
NEWMARKET, England, Oct. 28. 05
-(P)-Sir Abe Bailey's Dan Bulger, 06
the established favorite at odds of 19
7 to 1, won the ninety-seventh 20
running of the Cambridge Stakes by 21
two lengths, with Sir. George Bul- 22
lough's Daytona, beating off M. H. 24
Benson's Laureate II by a short head 25
for place. 26
With the victory of Bailey's three- 27
year-old brown colt by Bulger-The 28
Ram's Wife, the big pay-off or more 29
than $8,000,000 in Irish Sweepstakes 30
tickets was started. 31
The winner of the one and one- 32
eighth mile test, ridden by Weston, 33
was handicapped at 11 pounds. Day- 34
tona, held at 33 to 1 in the betting, 35
carried 117 pounds.
National Grid Leaders

Michigan Illinois
12 5
5 0
12 0
33 0
28 9
7 29
6 7
3 0
24 0
14 39
3 0
13 0
0 14
3 0
0 14
15 7
35 0
32 0
7 6
6 7
0 3

Ag Ten Grid Card Featurt
Gopher Tilt; Buckeyes
By CLAYTON HEPLER defeated by a greater score than was
They're serving aces down at Ev- Michigan.
anston this week-end in the form of With the psychological advantage
the only two undefeated Big Ten about even, Carnegie Tech having
teams who will be putting on a 60-!dropped a tough one to St. Mary's
minute battle with the Conference last week by a 7-0 score, Purdue with
crown at stake. its speedy running attack is favored
Coach Lyn Waldorf's Wildcats will to win. But again; the game mayI
be seeking to upset the dope and end turn on the slightest break.
the Minnesota winning streak at 21 Indiana Strong
games straight. And Coach Wally Indiana's strongest team in years
Weber, who saw Northwestern in ac- will be serving as hosts at Bloom-
tion last week against Illinois, is ington to the Iowa Hawkeyes. Iowa's
stringing along with the fine Purple team has run into a tough run of
line that bottled up the Illini and luck this year. Starting off on the
Iowa's fleet Oze Simmons. wrong foot by losing to the Wildcats
Coach Harry Kipke, who saw too 18-7, the Hawkeyes were able to gain
much of the Gophers a week ago last a tie with the Illini after being clear-

es W ildcat-
Tackle Irish
due, will meet in the Stuhldreher
stronghold at Madison. On Oct. 10
the touchdown crazy Boilermakers
rolled up 35 points while the Badgers
were managing to get only 14. A
week later Chicago felt the Lafayette
sting with the identical score while
they succeeded in getting only one
touchdown play.
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Michigan's hopes for victory in
Saturday's battle with Coach Bob'
Zuppke's Illinois eleven took a bad
'setback yesterday afternoon when i
Bob Cooper fractured his collar bone .-.-..,.
in ;a scrimmage on Ferry Field. The
injury came when Cooper fell on
the point of his shoulder after being
tackled by two fourth string tacklers.
X-rays were taken of the shoulder
by Dr. George W. Hammond, team
physician, in an attempt to learn the
extent of the fracture. The first
X-Tays showed no fracture but a sec- Bob Cooper (above) received a
and set showed that the bone was broken collar bone in yesterday's
definitely broken. According to a scrimmage when he fell on his
statement made last night by Dr. srimmae rwheng f led byi
Hammond, Cooper will be unable shoulder after being tackled by
to play for the rest of the. season. two fourth string tacklers. The
had Tough Luck mainstay of the Wolverine run-
Cooper has had hard luck ever ning attack will be out of the Var-
since he received the Chicago Alumni sity line-up for the remainder of
award in 1934. He was out all last the- season.
year with a broken ankle. Ced Sweet
or Bill Barclay will take over Coo-u
per's punting duties and Stark RithAie 7l ck Bes
and Wally Hook will probably get a * "
chance to do his share of the runng Pick Daily Double
in Saturday's battle.
With Cooper out of the scrimmage, PAWTUCKET, R. I., Oct. 28-/P)
the running duties were taken over --Seventeen lucky bettors, wagering
by flashy Wally Hook who swept $2 on the daily double at today's Nar-
through the fourth team defenses for ragansett Park races, reaped a stag-
several long gains. Doug Farmer al- gering $1,145.50 each for their gamble.
ternated with Bill Barclay at the In the first race the lightly-regard-
quarterback post both on the offense ed James N. romped home. A scant-
and on defense. iy group of backers tucked $108.80
The starting lineup for the Varsity into their pockets.
b3ad Bob Cooper, Ced Sweet, Johnny In the second Bill Gallagher's
-Smithers and Barclay in the back- Queen Vic ran stoutly to outlast the
field, Danny Smick and Captain Matt field and tumble $30.20 into the pock-
Patanelli at the ends, Don Siegel and ets of those who backed her.
Earl Luby in the tackle positions,
"Dutch" Vandewater and Jesse Gar-
ber as the guards and Joe Rinaldi
at the center post.Z
Guards Work Well
Luby and Garber were working well Tilt TnJ ylxo
on offense, blocking and making holes v
for the runners in great shape.
"Raosie" Rosenthal and George Shi- Improve Michigan 'ea
karian looked good defensively and ved Team
the gains made by the Varsity Causes Illinois Mentor
through their side of the line were Even
few and far between. Smithers, after o Rate Squads
his first passing attempt was inter-
cepted, shot some long accurate CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 26.-UP)--
throws to Barclay, Smick and Far- "It looks like anybody's game to me."
mer. Robert C. Zuppke, veteran coach
The Varsity scored their first of ofRtherIl Zipdisusete im-
six touchdowns during the scrim-
mage when Barclay snared a long pending visit of the Illini to Ann Ar-
pass and galloped to the one-yard bor, where another chapter in the
line before being downed. Ced Sweet gridiron rivalry of Michigan and Il-
then took the ball oxer with a plunge linois will be written Saturday.
through the center of the line. Smith-
ers pulled the trickiest play of the "Doug Mills, who saw Michigan
afternoon for another touchdown. He beat Columbia, tells me that theWol-
caught a lateral on the line of scrim- verines are much improved," Zup-
game and ran the ball for about five pke says. "I am sure they are'strong-
yards before he was stopped. Johnny er than last year, their morale has
looked wildly about for someone to been boosted by the victory over Co-
lateral to but found no eligible re- lumbia and they will outweigh us
ceivers and continued on his way considerably.
over the goal line when his tackler "On the other hand, Illinois did
let go thinking that Johnny had la- about as well as could be expected
teraled the ball. against a powerful Northwestern
Alex Loiko was given a chance in team and the spirit of the team has
the Varsity backfield but on a num- not suffered. The teams look evenly
ber of occasions turned in some very matched to me and I expect a close
poor blocking. The Varsity as a' game."
whole didn't show a great deal of) This is the seventeenth meeting of
strength offensively although Hook the Wolverines and Illini since Zup-
tossed some nice passes and is a pke came to Illinois and it happens
substitution for Smithers in this line that Michigan is the only Big Ten
of endeavor. team which can point to a margin of
"Whitey" Plays Again_ victory in a series with Zuppke-

Clash

As Lady Luck Pits 'Natural'

NEW YORK, Oct. 28.-UP)-College
football s schedule-makers may have
had some "feed box" information
when they drew up the 1936 lists.
Considering that this part of the
job is done at least one and generally
two years in advance, they could
hardly have done better, from the
standpoint of national championship
interest, if they had been calling their
shots.
All the nation's current top-rank-
ing teams, paced by Minnesota, are
certain to be well tested by "naturals"
on the remaining half of the cham-
pionship season.
It seems the only mistake this
week was in not scheduling the battle
between Minnesota and Northwestern
for Soldier Field, instead of Dyche
Stadium in" Chicago's Suburban
Evanston. The peak of interest
aroused by the Wildcat challenge to
the Gopher victory march is such
that it likely would have been no
task at all to interest more than
100,000 fans to buy tickets to see it.
From the outset Minnesota's cafi
paign has been calculated to remove
the slightest doubt of the Gopher bid
for national honors. The opening
victim, Washington, now is rated
tops on the Pacific Coast. Nebraska,

beaten only by a last-minute touch-
down thriller, is the class of the Big
Six. If the Minnesotans hurdle this
week's formidable obstacle, as a ma-
jority expect, they still have two more
Big Ten tests, with Iowa and Wis-
consin, in addition to a match with
the University of Texas, one of the
leading Southwest Conference pow-
ers.
Pittsburgh, No. 2 club on the cur-
rent big league ranking list, moves
this Saturday against the unbeaten
Fordham Rams, probably as tough
a defensive outfit as any in the coun-
try. Two weeks later, assuming the
Panthers indulge in no more tailspins
in the meantime, they play a decisive
engagement with Nebraska at Lin-
coln.

Saturday, is sticking with Bernie
Bierman's gridders. "You can't back
down on a championship team," says
he, "and Minnesota's great strength
is in, her reserve power, especially in
the line."
And there you have it. Northwest-
ern has three Big Ten scalps tucked
under her belt, Iowa, Ohio State and
Illinois. While Minnesota has only
two Conference wins to his credit,
Michigan and Purdue, it has the
added distinction of dropping the
champions of the Big Six, Nebraska,
and the potential winners of the Pa-
cific Coast championship, Jimmie
Phalens boys from Washington.
Non-Conference Tilts
Although this clash will be the
standout card in Saturday's games,
two of the Big Ten teams will step
out into foreign territory in an at-
tempt to continue Conference pres-
tige. Ohio State is traveling to
South Bend this weekend with blood

ly outplayed throughout the game.
The Hossiers, who have dropped
games only to the powerhouses of
Nebraska 4and Ohio State by tight
scores, are due for their first win in
three weeks.
Wisconsin and Chicago, both of
whom were idle last week and have
dropped one Conference game to Pur-

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)lVerine -Illini
dcictable Toss- Up
nation was able to outplay the heavy
Iowa line but met a Tartar in North-
western's behemoths. The line in-
cludes four veterans, Capt. Sayre,
center; Cliff Kuhn, guard; Jack Ber-
ner, tackle, and Ken Nelson, end. Nel-
son, an outstanding end for two sea-
sons, was shifted to quarterback earl-
ier in the season, then returned to
his old wing post for the Northwest-
emn game. Dick Fay, a junior with
little playing experience last *season,
appears at left guard. Right tackle,
is debatable, with chances favoring
Ed Skarda, another inexperienced]
junior. Bob Castelo. sonhomor n

The main argument on the West in her eye and a bitter memory of
Coast figures to be settled Nov. 14 last year's encounter when the in-
when Southern California's Trojans spired Fighting Irish came back in
invade the home grounds of Wash- the last two minutes of play with a
ington's Huskies. passing attack that gave them two
The South will have to wait until touchdowns and a 18-13 victory.
Nov. 28, when Tulane tackles Louis- Ohio State dropped a surpise de-
iana State at Baton Rouge, before cision to the Pitt Panthers, 6-0, and
making any final awards. This match, then bowed to Northwestern by a
incidentally, may have a distinct margin of one point before coming
bearing on Rose Bowl or Sugar Bowl back last Saturday to take Bo Mc-
invitations, or both. Millin's boys to the tune of 7-0. Notre
Here are the principal games af- Dame took the short end of a 26-0
fecting the sectional or national title attack from Pitt last Saturday, which
situation, as far as the "top flight" shows only that Pittsburgh has a
is concerned: strong team.
Oct. 30-St. Mary's vs. Marquette With Minnesota as the only blot
at Chicago. on her escutcheon thus far this sea-
Oct. 31-Minnesota at Evanston, son, Purdue will travel to Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh vs. Fordham at New York, Saturday to take on Carnegie Tech.
Auburn vs. Santa Clara at San Fran- The experts had it doped last week
cisco. that Purdue had the best chance of
Nov. 7-Purdue vs. Fordham at toppling the Gophers, but they were
New York.
Nov. 14-Texas vs. Minnesota at
Minneapolis, Pittsburgh vs. Nebraska
at Lincoln, Southern alifornia vs.
Washington at Seattle, Yale vs.
Princeton at Princeton, Auburn vs.
Louisiana State at Birmingham.
Nov. 28-Tulane vs. Louisiana State
at Baton Rouge, Army vs. Navy at
Philadelphia.
N.Y.A.C. Cleanses
Wrestling Racket'

"My de,
enchan
- "That's
import,
taxt
ALSO OB

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has been starting all season. NEW YORK, Oct. 28.-(/')-The
Dave Strong, sophomore quarter- first step in a brand new campaign to
back whose father is a Michigan "clean up wrestling" was taken by
graduate in Helena, Mont., will direct the New York state athletic commis-
the play and carry the punting re- sion today.
sponsibility. It looks as if Cy Ma- Calling in every matchmaker in
zeika, sophomore, will play left half- the city, the commission laid down
back, with another sophomore, Jay the law respecting loose methods,
Wardley, at right Mazeika is light, then showed it means business by
155 pounds, but Wardley scales 175 clapping a $1,000 fine on one club
pounds. Tom Wilson, senior, full- for rule infractions.
back, is a strong defensive player who This club, the Coliseum, admitted
puts everything he has into the com- it advertised a card featuring Ed
bat. (Strangler) Lewis recently, then sub-
Veteran backs include Lowell stituted a wrestler for Lewis with-
Spurgeon, whose field goal defeated out notifying, the public.
the Wolverines at Illinois last year;- -
Wib Henry, all-around athlete who
has won six letters in football, bas-
ketball and baseball in two seasons,
and Jewett Cole, 143-pounder who; TopCOats
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game, with hope that he may even
the count next year.
The all-time score of the series is
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before his consulship began.
The line which probably will' start;
against the Wolverines will averagej
only about 181 pounds. This combi-

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