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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ""& U

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Wolverines Hosts

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Illini In

Annual Homecoming

Game

The Wily Dutchman' Really A
German Says 'Wily Dutchman'
'Zup' Draws Laughs With looked a bit ragged against us, but
our boys were partly responsible for
Caustic Comments On that."
Size Of Midget 1llini Davis Is Best Back
To Davey Davis, Southern Cali-
By IRVIN LlSAGOR fornia's ace quarterback, goes the
Bob Zuppke, Illinois' shrewd foot- Zuppke palm for the best back he's
ball coach who can't figure why re- seen this season. "We've seen Ozzie
Porters label him "the wild. Dutch- Simmons, Heap, Jefferson and a few
man" when he's really of German more. But this Davis is all you can
lineage, treated a barrage of assorted want in a football player."
queries with considerable levity yes- As he watched his men prance
terday as he sent his charges through around the field, the Illini coach
a brief warm-up drill, wagged his head dubiously and said,
Bantering gaily with the host of "That's what we have to fight the,
Banterng gaiy with thetf Conference with."
reporters gathered about him, the ACnerenoitpayer booted a ball
little Illini mentor declined. to pre- tan IllnearZbooed "Tatbal
dit the outcomeof today's game, but that fell near Zuppke. "That's
talked disparagingly about his under- "enough kicking for you," shouted the
sed, light squad.h: You know the more you
"Some of our men might get lost practice the worse you get, and you're
in these holes," he commented as he bad enough now," he added with an
scraped a small rut in the Stadium amused twinkle in his eye.
turf. "Our backfield averages about 4 Seeks Way Of Scoring

Illinois. Keyed
To High Pitch
For Tilt Today
Michizan Will Strive ToI

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By ',EOiE J. ANPRO
Without Too Much Trouble

FIGHT ENDS IN DRAW New York welterweight contender,
NEW YORK. Oct. 30.-(Ti')-Ce- fought a furious 15-round draw in
ferino Garcia, hard-hitting Filipino Madison Square Garden tonight,
from Los Angeles, and Izzy Jannazzo, Garcia scaled 14512 pounds.

Prove Columbia VictOry FOLLOWING the bad fall and the subsequent afteri tath that came from
the Michigan State game, I have been reluctant toward going out on a
Started Comeback limb on anything. But the success in picking Michigan to come out of its,
doldrums and beat Columbia has bolstered my courage to the point of start-
_(continued from Page 1) ing out again and daring to predict a sure thing: The Wolverines over
successive victories over Michigan and Illinois without too much trouble-if they play like they did against Co-
nothing would please Zuppke quite lumYi hd
so much as to have his Illini included Yes, if they play like they did last Saturday. There is absolutely no
in that list late this afternoon. reason to believe that a relapse will occur, but one would be fatal. The
Coach Kipke sent his squad through Varsity must keep the spirit it found before the last game, because the Illini
a light tapering off drill on Ferry are victory starved and raring to go-desiring nothing better than a win over
Field yesterday and expressed satis- the up and coming Kipke eleven.
faction at the end of practice in the
appearance of his charges. Michigan's Coach Bob Zuppke can be depended upon to have his boys keyed
hopes received a severe jolt Wednes- to fever pitch, that is certain. Michigan is his greatest "enemy" and
day when Cooper, star halfback, suf- his teams have a disconcerting habit of playfig their best when the
fered a broken collar bone but per-' opposition is from Ann Arbor.. When Coach Kipke led his team to the
formances of Stark Ritchie and Wal- national championship in 1933, a 7-6 victory over a supposedly much
ly Hook in the vacated backfield post weaker Indian eleven was the best the Wolverines could turn in.
in the last two days have been im- Last season the Illini halted the four-game winning streak of the Mich-
pressive. As a resulthKipke feels that igan team with a 3-0 win in the mud at Chanpaign. And so it goes
this pair can fill the gap in great through the years. The record books prove that any Zuppke-coached
fashion. To Start eleven is particularly tough for the Varsity.
Ritchie will start the game with And one more very important consideration. The Columbia line that the

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LAST WEEK'S WINNERS:
HERMAN LOHMAN
VIRGINIA VAN DYKE
DEAN GLIDDEN TOM MACKY
GEORGE ZAPP
FRED SCHW ARZE

155 pounds. We'll enter the game
with a team average of 175 pounds."
Here's One Way Out
Speaking of his material down at
Champaign, Zuppke said. "We get
about seventy out in the Spring, but
twenty-five or so are ineligible." He
paused a moment, then added this
ironical touch, "The boys you see out
there are all Rhodes scholars."
Asked about his freshman crop, he'
elicited more laughs with this com-
ment, "We have some pretty big boys
among them, but I'm afraid they're
too big to get through school."
Someone mentioned Northwestern's
Wildcats, who trimmed the Illini, 13
to 2 last Saturday and who go on dis-
play here on November 14. Zuppkel
said, "In Don Heap and this colored
boy, Jefferson, they have a couple of
fine backs. But that fellow, Vanzo,
is plenty tough, too. Northwestern
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Before the squad dashed for the
showers, Zuppke imparted this opin-
ion. "We might win if we could fig-
ure out a way to score. We haven't
scored a touchdown in the Conference
yet."
Something about the wily Dutc ...
Zuppke's tone suggested he might be
applying more of his reputed psychol-
ogy by speaking lightly of his eleven's
chances today. And when he shouted
for a second time to a couple of strag-
glers still throwing the ball around,
"I said that's enough fellows, is there
no discipline on this team," the Illi-
nois boys laughed understandingly..

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Hook being held back in anticipation
of a scoring opportunity. The lat-
ter's great speed makes him a con-
stant threat and with good blocking
on the part of his mates he may easily
outrun the Illini.
Cedric Sweet will handle the punt-
ing assignment for the Wolverines
today in Cooper's absence and will
also find himself the ball carrier on a

Wolverine forward wall tore to shreds
unit in proven ability. The Michigan
point all week-and not only sayingi
games to Southern California and No
majority due to lack of a consistent o:
defense.
Sayre at roving center and Wilson
the Illinois line that are sure to cause tI
plenty of worry.
But for me it's still the Michigan t
without too much trouble.

godnmany trustsit thlie
In a jocular reference to the nick- t
name of Marshall Goldberg, Pitt Last week one of the most import-
Panthers' sensational halfback, Zupp- ant factors in Michigan's triumph
ke said, "They call him 'Biggie' be- was the ability of the line to push the
cause he's supposed to be small at Columbia forwards about at will due
175 pounds. If I had a 175-pound to superior weight. The same isI
back, I'd split him in two and make hoped for today by local partisans.
out of him a right and left half- Illinois' line averages only 181
back." pounds as compared to almost 200
pounds per man in the Wolverine

BUVID IS VERSATILE
Capt. Ray*'Buzz' Buivid, of the
Marquette University football team
is a tricky ball carrier as well as one
of the country's greatest passers.

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FOR SATURDAY'S SPECTATORS

This is the time of year when football spectators must be
prepared for anything in the way of weather. The late after-
noon sun can no longer be depended upon..to contribute very
much warmth, so that it's well to go prepared if you want to
enjoy the gampe. Notice the practical accessories pictured
below:

Left: A knitted cashmere
sweater coat, worn for addi-
tional warmth under your reg-
ular jacket, is the height of
luxury.

forward wall.
Illini.Backs Outweighed
The Illini backs are outweighed
even more, Michigan's backfield av-
eraging 178 while the visitors' aver-
age is 151 pounds. Illinois is known
to be fast but so was Columbia and
the Wolverines were able 'to smash
through and stop them before theirl
plays could get started.
Kipke announced last night thatl
he will start the same lineup that
opened last week's game with the
exception of Cooper. Ritchie re-
places him. . Capt. Patanelli and
Danny Smick will be at the ends,
Earl Luby and Don Siegel at tackles,
Jesse Garber and George Marzonie at
guards and Joe Rinaldi at center. Bill
Barclay will be calling signals, Jphn-
ny Smithers and Ritchie will be the
halves and Sweet will be at full.
One of the hardest tasks for these
men will be the stopping of the Il-
linois overhead attack. Although
Michigan has a weight advantage
this will be of no significance when
the Illini unleash their "razzle-daz-
zle" offense that features a wide open
passing game. It will take speed and
altertness of mind and those. two
things alone to stop these passes.
Indians Boast Two Wins
Illinois has so far won two games,
beating De Paul and Washington
University of St. Louis, and has
dropped two. These were to North-
western and Southern California.,
The Illini and Iowa fought to a score-
less tie two weeks ago.
Michigan and Illinois started their
feud in 1898 and the Wolverines won
the first five games. Zuppke first
appeared on the scene in 1919 and
since that time Michigan has won
nine games and Illinois seven. Curi-I
ously enough no Michigan-Illinois
game was ever a tie.

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For All-American
TODAY THIS COLUMN inaugu-
rates a campaign: Matt Patanelli
for All-American.
During the Minnesota and Colum-
bia games this fall the Michigan cap-
tain has shown that' he intends to live
up to the predictions made in his
sophomore year and play the caliber
of ball All-American selections should
play.
Held back tremendously dur-
ing the Michigan State and In-
diana games by a pulled muscle
in his leg, the big 190-pound end
broke loose against the Gophers
at Minneapolis two weeks ago.
Playing opposite Patanelli when
Michigan had the ball was huge Ed
Widseth, Bernie Bierman's big tackle
whom the "experts" already have
placed on their All-American teams.
Motion pictures show what Matt
really did to Widseth. The Minne-
sotan husky was out of every play
in which he came in contact with
Patanelli. On occasions Widseth was
flat on his back-and once Pat had
him over behind the center position.
Those who saw the Columbia game
need no description of the play of
the Wolverine leader. He was all
over the field doing .what an All-
American end should do. On defense
he smashed the interference or knifed
in for the tackle as the occasion de-
manded. His inspiring leadership of
his less-experienced teammates was
plainly (ident even from the stands.
On offense Patanelli is all that
can b.e desired. Widseth of Min-
nesota and the Georgia Tech
lineman they carried off the Sta-
dium gridiron two years ago can
testify for his blocking ability.
He is fast enough to use his dead-
ly tackling to advantage down
undcr punts, and how his six foot
one-inch frame functions
catching passes was seen la
Saturday when he brought down
Johnny Smithers' long heave
with one hand.
But who am I to make anyone an
All-American? There are four more
games on the Michigan schedule and
KODAKS
ace Where
~ds Meet"
NS-FLETCHER
"Welcomv!" to
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ain the place to
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last Saturday is far from the Illinois
coaches have been emphasizing that
it. If today's invaders have lost two
rthwestern this season it was in the
ffense, and not as much to lapses on
at fullba'ck are two figures backing up
he grass in the vicinity of Coach Kipke
eam that beat Columbia over Illinois
the "experts" who do the picking are
of a peculiar breed. A great deal
depends on how Patanelli impresses
the Eastern writers when Michigan
journeys to play Pennsylvania next
weekend. Last year against Colum-
bia at New York City Matt was called
by many "the best end to appear
in theEast todatesthis year."
Let's go, Pat, you deserve it.
IRISH GRAPPLER WINS
BOSTON, Oct. 30.-(AP)-Steve Ca-
sey, Irish wrestler made his American
debut tonight by defeating Wallie
Dusek in straight falls.
Eye Glass, Frames
Repaired.-
Lenses Ground.
HALLERS Jewelry
State Street at Liberty

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Headquarters for after-
the- game quq rt &.cks
On Maynard Street -- Necr the Mapstic Theatre

Left: Knitted wool gloves in a
Scotch diamond design are as
comfortable as they are smart.

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