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THURSDAY, NOV. 5,193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Squad Of 34 Leaves Today For Philadelphiau

National Hockey League Opens Five Players

In Toronto, C
By GLEN PHELPS
The National Hockey League gets
.under way tonight for the 1936-37
campaign before what is expected to
be record attendances in each of the
home club's ice houses.
During the long layoff period fol-
lowing the Detroit Red Wing's clean
cut victory over the Toronto Maple
Leafs in the finals of the Stanley Cup
playoff series last spring many
changes have been made in the ros-'
ters of the eight clubs in the league.
Adams Buys Robertson
While no one deal during the sum-,
mer months has been outstanding,
before the season is over several of
these moves may prove to have been
discreet bits of masterminding. For
instance, the robust Jack Adams of
the Red Wings has enlisted the serv-
ice of Earl Robertson, late of the
Windsor Bulldogs in the remodelled
International League. This same Mr.
Robertson is causing the clever Nor-
mie Smith to spend sleepless nights
worrying whether or not he can hold
his job as head man in the Detroit
corded hut.
Another change that will provoke
no end of speculation is the injection
of a newcomer, 'Cy' Apps into the
famous Maple Leaf 'kid line' in the
spot left vacant by the retirement of
the colorful Joe Primeau. Joe will
be missed in no uncertain terms by
the Leafs, but advance information
promises great things for Apps as his
successor. Conny Smythe has also
reinforced his net-minding corps,
with the addition of the brilliant
Walter Broda of last year's Detroit
Olympics to the squad. The veteran
George Hainsworth is nearing the
end of the playing trail and Smythe-
Irvin and Co. are taking no chances
of finding themselves in the middle
of a red hot hockey season without
a first class puck-kicker-outer,
Leafs Sell Blair
In Chicago, the Blackhawks have
secured 'Handy Andy' Blair from the
Leafs, andshe, along with AlexLe-
vinsky, 'Mush' March, and Mike Kar-
akas seems to be headed for big
things in the N.H.L. this season.
Manager Clem Loughlin did however,
let the one and only Howie Morenz,
the original speed merchant, return
to his former haunts to play for the
Canadiens in Montreal. Under Cecil

hicag~o Tonight Still Unamed
e- -oih For Penn Trip
Hart again, the Habitants are likely
to form a consistently good club that
will cause no end of trouble for the Light Workout For Varsity
leaders. Yesterday Entire Band
Boston's chief worry is the failure
of the bounding Eddie Shore to report To Accompany Team
for duty. Shore has failed to get in1
touch with manager Art Ross, and As squad of 34 players five of which
things about the Boston camp just have not yet been determined by,
don't look right without the big Al- Coach Kipke will entrain at 6:15 p.m.
berta farmer in his usual defense po- today for Philadelphia to meet a com-
sition. The New York Rangers, with ing Pennsylvania eleven in one of this
Lester Patrick at the helm are fast Saturday's leading intersectional
I rounding into shape and promise to clashes. The team will be accom-
be right in the thick of the scramble panied by the Michigan band.
this year. The famous Cook-Boucher F-p
and Cook line is no more, but Patrick Five of the un-named players to
has a discovery in the sensational Neil tw sed f e ha tackl acod-
Colville from Edmonton. two sets of ends and tackles accord-
ing to a statement made last night by
Americans Acquire Chabot Coach Kipke. The fifth selection will
In the camp of Tommy Gorman either be Frank Bissell, veteran guard
'Montreal Maroons things are going who has recovered from a fractured
along without much fuss. Only one
alteration of much consequence has jaw suffered early in the season, Alex
been made in the Maroon line up, and Loiko, who has been converted into a
that is the dropping of Lorne Cha- halfback, or Bob Curren, reserve full-
bot, now an alternate goalie for the back. The list of ends from which
1 New York Americans. two will be named includes Chet
But in addition to player swapping, Stabovitz, Norm Nickerson and Har-
there has been much to-do about fi- old Floresch. The two remaining
nances in Frank Calder's professional tackle berths will go to either Forrest
loop, with the chief headaches being Jordan, Fred Olds or Don Paquette.
the New York Americans. The Kipke Names Squad
f 'Amerks,' as they have been tagged, Those that have already been
have been playing during the past named to make the trip are: guards;
two years before astonishingly small Jesse Garber, John Brennan, Ralph
houses, with the result that the league Heikkinen, Clarence Vandewater,
had to absorb their franchise, and George Marzonie and Fred Ziem,
reorganize the club. However, things tackles; Jim Lincoln, Earle Luby, Mel
have finally been ironed out, as the Kramer, Ed Greenwald and Don
well known Pete Bostwick, New York Siegel, ends; Capt. Matt Patanelli,
sportsman-playboy, has furnished the Danny Smick, Art Valpey and Elmer
money to get the club going again, Gedeon, centers; Joe Rinaldi, Ernie
with Bill Dwyer and 'Red' Dutton in Peterson and John Jordan, backs;
charge. Stark Ritchie, Ced Sweet, Wally
It is a safe bet that professional Hook, Louis Levine, Bill Barclay, Bob
hockey is in for the biggest year in Campbell, Ed Stanton, Johnny
its history and regardless of who the Smithers, Norm Purucker and Ed.
finalists are in the Stanley Cup series, Phillips.
a swell brand of hockey will be pro- Although Coach Kipke did not pick
vided throughout the schedule. any tentative lineup it will probably
FRATERNITY MEETS be the same combination he has been
Entries for interfraternity ping using for the past week with the ex-
pon, bwlig ad bidg mets ustception of Greenwald who will be re-
pong, bowling and bridge meets must pae tlf akeb igl h
be tendered to the students offices placed at left tackle by Siegel, who
was kept out of the practice drills be-
othU ionebyst ridayyJkCthasomn-cause of an injured knee. The other
nounced yesterday by Jack C. Thom, probable starters are: Capt. Patanelli
'38, member of the Union executive and Smick at ends, Lincoln at right
council. Entries will be accepted tackle, Garber and Ziem at guards
from 3 to 5 p.m. every day this week. and Rinaldi, center. The backfield will
be the same as that which took the
field against Illinois with Ritchie and
Smithers at .the halves, Barclay quar-
3 terback and Sweet at fullback. Luby
may replace Lincoln before game
time.

Three Big Ten Elevens Face
Eastern Opponents Saturday

By CLAYTON HEPLER I
Michigan's renewal of relationsi
with Pennsylvania at Philadelphia
Saturday won't be the only intersec-i
tional game scheduled in the Big
Ten that promises the spectators a
thrill for their money.
Coach Noble Kizer will take his
Boilermakers to New York to take on
the undefeated Fordham Rams while
Syracuse will leave their eastern
stronghold to invade the Hoosiers at
Bloomington.
The surprisingly strong Purdue,
team last week knocked off Carnegie,
Tech, 7-6, after dropping a 33-0 de-
cision to Bernie Bierman's Gophers.
Otherwise undefeated, the Boiler-
makers have been going places thisj
season with their own version of the
"touchdown twins" in Cecil Isbell and3
John Drake who have proved to beI
the spearhead of the Purdue attack.-
Purdue Mocks Rams
But Coach Kizer's boys will be
bucking up against just as stiff oppo-I
sition as they did two weeks ago
against Minnesota. The Rams not
only have the distinction of taking
the strong St. Mary's team, 7-6, and
downing the aerial circus of Southern
Methodist, but last Saturday they also
held scoreless a raging Pittsburgh
Panther that only a week before had
torn the Notre Dame line to shreds
in beating the Fighting Irish by the
lopsided score of 26-0. And that 0-0
tie with Pittsburgh is the onlyrblot on
Fordham's undefeated record this
season.
Bo McMillan is slated to have an'
easier time of it, for the big Orange
team has already dropped four games
this year, while Indiana's only two
defeats were to real opponents of
recognized ability. Nebraska, cham-
pions of the Big Six, outplayed the
Hoosiers by a margin of only four
points, and the Bloomington boys lost
a heartbreaker to Ohio State by one
touchdown.
Gophers Face Iowa
Oze Simmons, the colored flash of
last year whose brilliant running of
last year has been hampered by a
poor forward wall this season, will
attempt to put his mates in the scor-
ing column again Saturday, but fate
and the schedule makers have put
them at the short end of some tre-
mendous odds. The Hawkeyes go to
mighty Northmen of Minnesota, who
still maintain the ranking of the
second best team in the nation de-
spite its defeat at the hands of the
Wildcats last week.
The Gophers will be psychologically
primed to take this game, and the
superb Minnesota line should effec-

tively bottle up any offensive threat
made by the Iowans.
Northwestern, now the mighty and l
unconquered, will make the object of
its road trip Madison, the home of the
Wisconsin Badgers. Lynn Waldorf's
charges are favored to take this one
right in stride and go on to an un-
defeated season, providing they can
repeat their victory of last year over
Elmer Layden's Ramblers.
Ohio To Invade Chicago
Getting off to a bad start, the han-
dicapped Chicago team early this sea-
son earned itself the epithet of the
"Berwanger-less Maroons." But al-
though its first Conference start
against Purdue proved disastrous, the
fighting little bunch from the Windy
City matched the efforts of the Bad-
ger's fullback, Ed. Jankowski, and
then went the northei'n team one bet-
ter and came out on the smiling end
of a 7-6 score.
Cheered by this accomplishment,
the Maroons are feeling waves of op-
timism roll through their locker -
rooms as they prepare for their in-
vasion of the Ohio State citadel at
Columbus. They're thinking of what
fun it would be to take the erstwhile
Scarlet Scourge into camp, a thing
that hasn't happened in the history
of Chicago football for a long time.
Spartans Drill For
Owl Passing Game
EAST LANSING, Nov. 4.-(A)-A
team of freshmen taught the Mich-
igan State College varsity football
squad today some of the forward
passing tricks it can expect from
Temple in the game here Saturday.
The Spartans scruitinized the aer-
ial plays Pop Warner's boys will bring
to East Lansing, and found them just
as formidable as the scouts had
warned. They break out of peculiar
formations that make it next to im-
possible to diagnose a forward passing
play before it happens.
Bachman declined tonight to spec-
ulate an an opening lineup, but the
work to which he has subjected Harry
Speelman and Howard Swartz, at
tackle, indicated they might be in
there at the start in place of the
veteran Howard Zindel and Julius
Sleder.
There seemed no doubt that the
backfield composed of Jack Coolidge,
Usif Haney, Johnny Pingel and Char-
ley Halbert would start for State un-
less the veterans do something sen-
sational in the meantime to change
the coach's mind.

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Varsity Works On Defense
The Varsity went through a light
drill yesterday which was featured by
a defensive dummy scrimmage
against Penn's running attack as ex-
hibited by the freshman gridders.
They also reviewed their new plays
with a fast signal drill. In the mean-
timertwo reserve squads pounded each
other during a long offensive scrim-
mage.
Lewis Suspended For
Breach Of Contract
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4.-(P)-An
indefinite suspension in 39 states af-
filiated with the National Boxing As-
sociation was clamped upon John
Henry Lewis, light heavyweight box-
ing champion, today by the District
of Columbia boxing commission.
The commission charged Lewis
with failing to carry out a contract to
fight "Tiger" Roy Williams here Oct.
13 and subsequently failing to live up
to a later agreement with the District
of Columbia authorities.
The suspension is effective until
Lewis fulfills his contract to box for
the local promoters.

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