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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines Arrive Today In Philadelphia For Quaker

'Game

The PRESS ANGLE
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By GEORGh
From Behind The 8-Ball
WHILE your editor warms his pos-
terior aspect on a, microscopic an-
atomy lab stool, Fred DeLano is ar-
riving in Philadelphia to cover the,
Michigan-Pennsylvania game for The
Daily. But before he left late yes-
terday, our leading prognosticator
gathered his charts about him and
set out to redeem his showing of last
week and to climb back to the "sup-
er-expert" class he was in two weeks
ago. His predictions on 30 of the
nations leading games follow.
*"*
FROM this undesired position of
ours directly behind the eight
ball, where we lit with a resounding
thud a week ago when trying to pre-
dict the winners in a number of out-
standing grid engagements, we're
again gathering up nerve to take
another crack at experting. Three
weeks ago we started this racket
with a pretty fair guessing average.
A week later when it rose to unheard
of heights above the .900 mark we
were feeling pretty cocky; that last-
ed one week. Last Saturday we rode
along with the form players and took
a real licking when the underdogs
treated football fans over the coun-
try to something like 10 major up-
sets.
The East tomorrow presents a long
list of outstanding encounters, the
most important to us of course be-
ingdthe affair between Pennsylvania
and the Wolverines. Michigan is
definitely on the upgrade; they've im-
proved every week since the seasor
opened; the Penn eleven they meel
tomorrow is practically the same
team, man for man, they defeated,
16-6, a year ago. Yet we pick the
Quakers to win. But how we hope
we're wrong!
On The Defense
FORDHAM and Purdue will treat
the fans in the Gotham to a
great spectacle and to our way of
thinking the Rams will conquer.
Neither Pitt nor Southern Methodist
could score against them. Neither
will the Boilermakers.
Notre Dame will prove too good
for the-Navy down at Baltimore while
Colgate, the team that turned in a
surprising win over the Army lasi

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week, will lose to Holy Cross. Yale
will hand Brown a severe licking and
Carnegie Tech will nose out N.Y.U.
Columbia invades the Dartmouth
stronghold and will be sent back
to New York on the short end of the
count, not even Luckman's passing
beingable to dent the Green defense.
Three other Eastern elevens in
action tomorrow are Princeton, Har-
vard and Pittsburgh, none of whom
will have trouble in gaining victory
the Tigers subduing Cornell, Harvard
taking Virginia and the Panthers
downing Penn State.

List For Penn
Trip Completed
A f t er Practice
Coach Kipke Drills Squad
On New Plays Previous1
To Team's Departure.
A determined band of Michigan
Wolverines, intent on extending a
10-year unbeaten intersectional
record, arrived in Philadelphia at 8
a.m. today to battle a strong Penn-
sylvania eleven tomorrow at Franklin
Field. The squad of 34 players will
go through a final workout this af-
ternoon on the Quaker home field

Fred Ziem Regains Guard Post For Quaker Game

1-M Swimminao Commission Restores
Nick Londes' License
M eets Slated LANSING, Nov. 5.-P)--The State
Board in Control of Athletics today
To Start Soon restored the license of Nick Londes,
Detroit wrestling and boxing pro-
moter.
32 Fraternities Will Enter ,Dr.P. N. Bonine of Niles, a com-
Teams; Initial Battles suspension on charges of misconduct
Begin Next Monday in the promotion of a recent boxing
match held in Detroit.
Intramural activities will be in- Londes appeared personally before
creaed y oe nxt ondy, ov.9,1the board to plead his cause. Kaplan
creased by one next Monday, Nov. 9, was absent from today's board meet-
when the fraternity dual swimming ing.
meet gets under way.
Thirty-two teams will attempt to
wrest the swim crown away from Suiting Trousers
Sigma Chi, last year's winners. Six & A

SEREin the Mid-West Minnesota before retiring to a golf clubhouse
will resume its victory habit at on the outskirts of Philadelphia.
the expense of Iowa's Hawkeyes and Following yesterday's light drill at
Northwestern, leader in the race for Ferry Field Coach Kipke named the
the national championship, will remaining five players to make the
knock over Wisconsin at Evanston. trip. Harold Floresch, Don Pa-
Chicago's Maroons will find Ohio quette and Chet Stabovitz were tak-
State too tough to conquer while In- en to bolster the reserve end material
diana will turn back Syracuse's in- while Bob Curren, fullback, and For-
asio. rest Jordan, tackle, won the other
Probably the best game in this part
of the country tomorrow will be
staged in East Lansing where the Kipke Names Starting Lineup
Spartans of Michigan State will be The team that will start against
hosts to Pop Warner's strong Temple the Quakers according to Coach Kip-
aggregation. Most of my fellow prog- ke will line up with Capt. Matt Pat-'
nosticators are picking the Owls but anelli and Danny Smick at the ends,
this writer will take another step outI Jim Lincoln and Don Siegel, tackleg,
toward the end of the limb and name Jesse Garber and Fred Ziem at the
State to repeat the 1935 win over guard posts and Joe Rinaldi, center.
Temple. In the backfield Bill Barclay will be
Duquesne will outscore Washington at quarter with Stark Ritchie and,
U. of St. Louis and Nebraska will de- Johnny Smithers at the halves and
feat Kansas while Kansas State trims Ced Sweet, fullback. Sweet will un-.
Oklahoma. doubtedly do most of the punting
-.,ywhile Wally Hook is certain to break

fraternities begin action on Monday,
Phi Kappa Psi meeting Delta Tau
Delta, Delta Upsilon engaging Beta
Theta Pi, both meets at 7:30 p.m., I
and Tau Kappa Epsilon taking on
Alpha Omega at 8:30 p.m.
The fraternity speedball tourney
nears a climax in the playoffs. Sig-
ma Alpha Mu plays Phi Beta Delta
today, the winner to meet Delta Up-
silon. Theta Chi, last year's win-
ner, will play Phi Kappa Psi in the!
second pairing.
In a speedball game Wednesday
night, Delta Upsilon established a
new high score by defeating Sigma
Alpha Epsilon 30-1. Haight kicked
three goals and scored 2 end goals to
lead the attack with 11 points.
In independent touchball, three
teams have won their league title,
with three more to be determined
this week. Championship playoffs
begin next week. The three winning
teams are: Commodores, D.D.'s,
champions last year, and the Jay
Hawks.
In yesterday's touchfootball games
the Cowboys won over Nu Bates by
the. score of 6 to 0 while Fletcher
Hall 'defeated the Buckeye Foresters
by the same score. The only speed-
ball game resulted in a 9 to 0 victory
for Psi Upsilon over Sigma Chi.

Fred Ziem, junior guard who was removed from last season's play
by a leg injury which he sustained in the opener with Michigan State,
returned *with a bang this season and has regained his place in the
starting lineup for Saturday's Quaker tilt. He replaces George Mar-
zonie who has been slowed up considerably by a hip injury received
early in the season. Zeim, early markeo as Varsity material by Kipke
and his aids, plays a fast charging, speedy game, utilizing his speed to
make up for his lack of weight. He tips the scales at 160 and is 20 years
old.

Picks The Green Wave C
DOWN below the Mason-Dixon line
the feature battle will star two
aspirants for the Rose Bowl bid, Tu-
lane and Alabama. Both teams are
marching through their schedules in
great style and to us sittnig here 1,-
500 miles away from the theatre of
war it looks like Tulane would emerge
as winner . Why, I don't know, It
might just as easily be Alabama but
we'll go on record as favoring the
Green Wave by no more than a touch-
down.
Auburn will take Georgia Tech;
Arkansas will top Rice, and FloridaI
will edge out Georgia. Louisiana
State, undefeated but tied once, faces
Mississippi State and should win. In
the Southwest we'll say Texas A. and
M. over Southern Methodist and Tex-
as Christian over Texas.
Out on the West Coast we name
Southern California to take another'
stride along the comeback trail by
beating California. U.C.L.A., a team
which usually does just the opposite
of what we predict, will lose to Ore-
gon and Washington will take Stan-
ford. We round out our. list of 30
games by taking Washington State
over Oregon State.
That completed, we'll resume our
position behind the eight ball and
wait for the fireworks to start.

into the game as Ritchie's alternate.
Siegel was back at his regular left
tackle position in place of Ed Green-
wald.
Review New Play
In an effort to perfect the execu-
tion of the new plays given out earl-
ier in the week Coach Kipke had his
Varsity and reserve elevens alternate
on both offensive and defensive dum-
my scrimmages against the fresh-
man squad in yesterday's final prac-
tice session. The reserve team con-
sisted of Art Valpey and Elmer Ged-
eon, ends, Earl Luby and Mel Kram-
er, tackles, John Brennan and George
Marzonie at the guard positions and
John Jordan, center. Louie Levine
piloted the team with Ed Phillips and
Wally Hook at the halves and Ed
Stanton, fullback.
SAME HOURS
The office staff employed by the
Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field keeps
the same hours during the off season
as it does during the baseball season.
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Schmeling Will Tour
U. S. After Holidays
NEW YORK, Nov. 5.-(P)-Max
Schmeling, heavyweight champion-
ship contender, today cabled his man-
ager, Joe Jacobs, from Germany that
he would leave for the United States'
immediately after the Christmas
holidays to go on a six weeks ex-
hibition tour of the South and West.
Manager Jacobs, busily engaged in,
framing the itinerary, said it was
planned to have Der Maxie show his
wares in 14 or 16 states.
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Finnish Boxer Signs

Grimes Named
By Owners As
Brooklyn Pilot
BROOKLYN, Nov. 5.-(I)-Tem-
pestuous Burleigh Grimes today came
back to his old fighting grounds as
manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Stormy petrel of the Dodgers'
pitching staff from 1918 through
1926, manager of the seventh-place
Louisville (A.A.) Club last year,
Grimes was given a one-year con-
tract to succeed Casey Stengel.
The announcement was made by
President Stephen W. McKeever
through John Gorman, business man-
ager. Gorman refused to name
Grimes' salary, but said it was "con-
siderably more than $7,500."
The appointment of Grimes was
unique in that the Brooklyn club
did as expected. The directors talked
to Grimes about the job during the
world series, after Stengel was re-
leased.
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This

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For Two More Bouts OLD FRENCH CUSTOM
NEW YORK, Nov. 5.-(P)-Gunnar Babe Hollingbery, coach of the
Washington State Cougars, has a
Barlund, Finnish heavyweight, who habit of kissing his players when they
has won both of his fights since com- come off the field just like a French
ing to this country, was signed for general when pinning a medal on a
two more engagements by the 20th soldier. Most of the Cougars dive
Century Sporting Club today. for the other side of the bench when
In December, Barlund will meet they run off the field.
Frankie Connelley of Boston in a
ten rounder in the Hippodrome and
he also was signed to face the winner
of next Wednesday's ten rounder be-
tween Arturo Godoy, the Chilean, and
Al Ettore of Philadelphia, either late
in December or early in January.
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