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Freshmen Defeat Phys Ed Eleven In Last Quarter Ra

ly, 7-O

Forward Pass Kik____
Wins For Frosh(p
In Annual Tilt -
Hendrix Tosses To Fabyan The PRESS
In End Zone For Only
Score; Renda Stars By GEORGE 9
By BUD BENJAMIN Bowing Out ... .'
A twenty-six yard pass from Don YOUR EDITOR'S conscience got
Hendrix, quarterback, to August Fab- the best of him at the last mm-E
yan, halfback, in the final period of ute and he has decided to forsakeb
the game gave a fighting Freshman even the Ohio State game for a week-
eleven a 7-0 victory over the Physical end on the books, so Fred De Lano a
Education gridders yesterday at Ferry takes a train ride for the secondt
Field. Approximately 300 spectators time. His only thanks have been the
braved the cold to watch the annual leaving of the last of his series ofI
struggle between the two yearling predictions on the big games of the i
squads. nation's grid card. So I pass it on to
The game was a see-saw affair from you, for better or for worse.
start to finish and the teams gave (P. S. Tomorrow brings a master-
one of the best exhibitions of offen- piece. Stick around; it will be very
sive football in many a year. From amusing).
the beginning of the game until the
final whistle, the outcome was always
in doubt, with both teams marching TODAY we pretend to beane
up and down the field only to fail pert for the last time. The
to score on a fumble or incomplete schedule makers have arranged a
pass. card of great ball games for tomor-
Phys. Eds. Rally row and in the opinion of this writer
In the opening period the Fresh- picking the winners is a tough as-*
men after receiving the kickoff failed signment.
to gain and were forced to punt, the Only 23 games are on our list this
Phys. Eds. taking the ball on their week, many teams taking the day off
own 35 yards line. With Fred Tros- in preparation for Turkey Day en-
ko, Charles Prochaska, and Don Page gagements next Thursday. The Wes-
carrying the ball, they smashed down tern Conference, however, winds up
the field on a sustained drive of 63 its season tomorrow as do many oth-
yards to the Frosh two-yard line. Pro- er teams in the East and Mid-West.
chaska fumbled, however, and the Of these 23 gridiron battles
Frosh recovered on their own one- scven look to me to be standouts
yard line. Fabyan punted out of and it is concerning these that
danger, and the Phys. Ed. threat was I'll first consult the crystal.
over. Down at Columbus tomorrow
Later in the initial period Fabyan 60,000 fans will be on hand for
dashed off tackle 30 yards to the the 33rd meeting between Ohio
Phys. Ed. 45. Harry Mulholland State and Michigan and 56,000
plunged to the 31, and Hendrix passed of them will be expecting to see
to Al Slawinski for a first down on the Buckeyes run wild against
the Phys. Ed. 8-yard line. The Frosh the Wolvei-nes for the third
here became overanxious and a bad straight year. The other 4,000
pass from center plus a couple of will be those of us who saw
fumbles set them back nearer to mid- Michigan hold Northwestern in
field than to the goal line, and they check last Saturday.
were forced to punt. This ended any
noticeable advances on either side in Ohio State will not roll up an im-1
this period, pressive score. But they will win.
Second Quarter Is Slow Johnny Smithers' absence from the
Activities in the second period Michigan backfield will take a lot of
slowed down considerably, although punch from the Wolverines but evenT
the Frosh threatened again when so Ohio will have a battle on their
Hendrix passed to Joe Rogers, a fine hands-if Michigan fights like it did
pass receiver, on the Phys. Ed. 30, last week.4
and .then smashed off guard to the
Phys. Ed. 12. They failed to put the NORTHWESTERN, leading con-
ball over, however, and the Phys. Eds. tender for the national cham-C
were pounding away at the heavier pionship and Big Ten champion,
Frosh line again as the half ended, travels to South Bend to face Notre
The third period featured the run- Dame's Fighting Irish. The latter
ning of diminutive Hercules Renda, this season have been the most con-!
who, despite his 5 feet 6 inches, was sistently inconsistent team in the
a thorn in the side of the Phys. Ed. country, losing when they were the
eleven all afternoon. Time after favorites and winning when they
time this little back ripped through were not expected to do so.
his heavier opponents, and on several I do not think Northwestern de-
occasions it seemed as if he might serves the national grid title. They
break into theclear. Trosko's fine certainlyhdidn't look likechampions
erably. aoinAR when they played here and my mon-
erably in this period ey is on the Irish who surprisedt
In the opening minutes of the final everyone last week by severelyt
quarter the Frosh recovered a Phys. thrashing the Army.
Ed. fumble on their opponents 45- Purdue tomorrow will be host
yard line. Renda skirted right end to Indiana in an intra-state riv-
for 26 yards, his final effort of the alry that knows no bounds. Last
game, for on this play he was hurt year it was Indiana who pro-
and had to be assisted off the field. vided the surprise and captured
The youngster received a fine ovation the "Old Oaken Bucket" but this
from the crowd. year this prized symbol of grid
Frosh Finally Score superiority will go back to Purdue
Now the Frosh were not to be by the margin of ,about one1
denied. A line buck failed to gain, touchdown.
but on the next play Hendrix tossed Out on the Pacific Coast the spot-
a perfect pass to Fabyan who leaped light will be on the Stanford-Cali-
above the outstretched arms of sev- fornia clash and I'm naming the1
eal would-be defenders in the end Golden Bears to down the Indians.E
zone for the score. Paul Neilson con- Stanford has been coming on fast in1
verted. recent weeks but will not have quite
Neilson attempted two field goals enough of what it takes to come out
before the game ended but one was on top tomorrow.
wide and the other was blocked. Both . 1

were made possible by Phys. Ed. fum- THE EAST has three big games on
bles.1 its Nov. 21 card. The top battle
In the Frosh line Ronald Savilla itsNv 1cr.Tetpbtl
at tackle and Joe Rogers at end were s perhaps the Princeton-Dartmouth
outstanding. The former was a tower enggemsentd Untilnetghms seasonyetrs
of strength on the defense all day. Tigers had lost one game in two years
-f-nhnhdf _ ady.and then Pennsylvania knocked them
off early in the present campaign.
Braddock Claims Yale repeated this punishment, 26-
I23, last Saturday and as Dartmouth
Hands Are O.K.I has trimmed Yale this season I'll
name that ball club to win.
DALLAS, Texas, Nov. 15.-(A')-- For the first time in a num-
James J. Braddock hoisted a pair of ber of seasons the Yale-Harvard
"brand new dukes" for inspection to- clash appears to be a real skirm-
night and quietly assured his listen- ish. The Crimson is another
ers that Madison Square Garden ball club that has come up fast
needn't worry. this month but it will be Yale
He'll take Joe Louis like General by a touchdown when the smoke
Grant handled the Richmond inci- of battle clears away from the
dent, said the confident heavyweight big bowl.
champion. Then he'll put up his My other choices in the Mid-West
title for Maxie Schmeling in June.
Braddock, trim and rugged at 195 TUXEDOES - Custom Tailored
pounds, said he would leave Dallas Special - $28.
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yes 37 Wolverines In Attempt To

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how Illinois over Chicago, Minne-
ota to trounce Wisconsin, Michigan
State to beat Arizona in an intersec-
ional clash at East Lansing, Ne-
braska to conquer Kansas State after
-t struggle, and Missouri to beat
Washington University of St. Louis.
Returningvto the East I favor
Fordham over Georgia, Temple in
ts battle with Iowa at Philadelphia,
Colgate over Syracuse and Penn
State over Bucknell.
Baylor will lead the way in the
South by beating Southern
Methodist, Texas A. and M. is
too strong for Centenary, Geor-
gia Tech will take Florida, Mis-
sissippi State has the edge over
Mississippi, Texas Christian will
top Rice and North Carolina
should win from South Carolina.
In the only other big game of
the day Oregon State will top
Oregon in their traditional bat-
tle on the Pacific Coast.
And that is all. All we do now is
wait for the games to be played and
then wonder why we picked them the
way we did. See you in Columbus.
Favorites Reaeh
Quarter Finals
Of P.G.A. Meet
Horton Smith, McSpaden
Win To Advance In Golf
Tourney; Picard Loses
PINEHURST, N.C., Nov. 19.-(/)-
It was the calm after the storm to-
day in -the Professional Golfers'
There was nothing even faintly
reminiscent of the wholesale slaught-
er of stars yesterday, but the third
round, played at 36 holes, was
touched off with a rousing rally in
the last 13 holes by Horton Smith to
stave off elimination and join seven
others in the quarter finals.
Smith Beats Goggin
Smith knocked the stuffings out of
old man par; overcame a five hole
deficit as late as the 22nd and
wound up beating rugged Willie Gog-
gin of San Bruno, Calif., 2 and 1.
It was easily the high spot of an
otherwise tame day, in which there
were no outstanding favoritesex-
cept Harold (Jug) McSpaden of
Winchester,dMass., who after his tri-
umph over defending champion
Johnny Revolta, was a heavy choice
to wallop Leo Walper. He did, too.
Walper met the inevitable fate, los-
ing 4 and 3.
McSpaden Defeats Picard
McSpaden's third straight victory
gained him a bracket in the round
of eight opposite broad-shouldered
Jimmy Thomson who sprang a mild
surprising by polishing off Henry
Picard, the Hershey, Pa., stylist, 4
and 2.
The six other quarter-finalist are
Craig Wood, Tony; Manero of Greens-
boro, N. C., national open title-hold-
er who is striving to become the first
player in 14 years to win both the
open and P.G.A. crowns in the same
year; Denny Shute of Boston, Bill
Melhorn of Louisville, and Jimmy
Hines of Garden City, N. Y.
Any eligiblehsophomores inter-
ested in the hockey managership
report to Bill Olsen, senior man-
ager, at 2 p.m. Saturday in the

Two Clan@es Schmidt Spurns Alumni
Are Made In Offer From U. Of Texas
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 19.-VP)-
Grid Lineup Coach Francis A. Schmidt of Ohio
State University's football squad dis-
Marzonie Replaces .Bissell closed today that an alumnus of the
M rRpUniversity of Texas had inquired if
At Guard; Phillips Gets he would consider becoming coach at
Smihers' Post Texas.
The inquiry, Schmidt said, was
Thirty-seven high spirited Wolver- made in a letter from the alumnus,
ines entrained at 8:15 p.m. last night but the coach replied he was well
for Springfield, Ohio where they will saSchmidt's three year agreement
remain until they move into Colum- S dhee
bus tomorrow morning for their an- with Ohio State expires this year.
nual tussle with Coach Francis
Schmidt's Ohio State team. Thei
players making the trip were: Ends: CoaeCpani n c
Captain Patanelli, Danny Smick, Art p
Valpey, Elmer Gedeon, Norm Nicker- K eeps 15 M en
son, Harold Floersch and Cher Sta-
bovitch. E
Tackles: Jim Lincoln, Early Luby, On Cage Squad
Mel Kramer, F. Jordan, Ed Green-
wald, Don Siegel, Don Paquette and
Fred Olds. Cagers Get Four Day Rest
Guards: Ernie Pederson, Jesse
Garber, John Brennan, George Mar- As Regular Court Is set
zonie, Clarence VandeWater, Fred Up In Field House
Ziem and Frank Bissell.
Centers: Joe Rinaldi and J. Jor- With the opening of the basketball
dan. season but a little more than two
Backs: Bill Barclay, Louie Levine. weeks off Coach Franklin C. Cappon
Doug Farmer, Ed Phillips, Bob made the first and only cut of the
Campbell, Alex Loiko, Ced Sweet, Ed season Wednesday night and then
Stanton, Stark Ritchie, Wally Hook, gave his squad a four day rest while
Bob Cooper, Norm Purucker and Bob the cage floor is being assembled in
Piotrowski. Yost Field House this week-end to re-
Names Starting Lineup sume practice Monday back at the
The Varsity in yesterday's practice Wolverines' old stamping grounds.
and the team which will probably Cappon retained but 15 men, that
line up for the kickoff against Ohio's is three teams, planning a four team
Scarlet Scourge tomorrow had Rin. squad pending the reporting of five
aldi at center, Marzonie and Garber or six players now members of Kip-
at the guards, Siegel and "Abe" Lin- ke's football team.
coln in the tackle posts, Capt. Pat-
anelli and Smick as ends and Bar- Cappon Names Squad
clay, Sweet, Ritchie and Phillips in The permanent squad includes:
the backfield. Capt. Johnny Gee, Jake Townsend,
The starting line-up 'will be the Dick Long, Herm Fishman, Edmund
same as that which started the game Thomas, Dick Joslin, Manny Slavin,
against Northwestern last Saturday Sam Henderson, Bill Lane, Ferris
with the exception of Marzonie at Jennings, Leo Beebe, Eddie Payne,
right guard in place of Bissell and Ben Weaver, Vic Canever, and Frank
Phillips at right halfback for the in- Shull, Jr. The gridders expected to
jured Johnny Smithers. report are Matt Patanelli, Danny
Loiko May Play Smick, Bill Barclay, Don Paquette,
Loiko, changed into a halfback Lou Levine, and John Nicholson.
again, has been in the second team Still looking for speed to balance
backfield all week and may get a height Cappon has been using Thom-
chance to throw some of his bullet as, a sophomore who is out for bas-
passes tomorrow. Gedeon and Val- ketball for the first time in his col-
pey will probably see service as re- legiate career, in the disputed for-
placements for Capt. Patanelli and ward position left vacant by Earl
PaSmick,both of whom have been Townsend's graduation. He is small,
-nursing injuries all week, about five feet 10 inches, and plenty
nYesterday's drill was devoted fast and seems to be breaking in well
chiefly to dummy scrimmage againstIwith the Varsity despite the fact that
a fourth team using Ohio State plays. he has been scrimmaging with the
first five for only three weeks.
Prep I-M DirectorsTh Team Is Improving
The team as a whole is coming
Meet Here Saturday lalong about as was expected before
r~ay[the preliminary practices at the In-
_____tramural courts began last month.
Several hundred Michigan high Townsend and Gee are in the corners,
school intramural directors will con- Fishman on the right hand side in
vene here Saturday for their annual the back line, Long in the center, and
meeting sponsored by the state ath- at present Thomas on the left side.
letic association. The University in- --

As Old Rivals Clash In Big Ten
By CLAYTON HEPLER annual tilt scheduled this year for
The Big Ten winds up its football Lafayette. Purdue and Indiana will
season this Saturday with the title be struggling for the "Old Oaken
sleaondthieSaturath sthetieBucket" which will be brought along
already decided for the first time in to the Boilermaker stronghold by the
many years. Interest runs high in Hoosiers who are at present in pos-
most of the games scheduled, how- session of the prized trophy.
ever, for two of the teams step out Indiana upset the charges of Noble
of the confines of the Conference Kizer last year, turning them back
while four others are staging bat- 7-0. This year, whoever the victor,
tles of long standing. the result cannot be termed-an up-
Northwestern, rated the class of set. The Hoosiers have dropped just
the nation, travels down to South two games, to the Buckeyes by a
the atin, ravls dwn o Suthmargin of seven points, and Nebraska
Bend this afternoon adding the gem y margin of e p ain s. Nebrask
of avictry oer Mchign toher lby a margin of four points. Pur~due
of a victory over Michigan to her al- has only a 33-0 defeat at the hands
ready many studded Big Ten crown of Minnesota and a13-0 subdung by
and having swept everything beforeFordha and an13-0sun -
her in a drive toward the national Fordham to cloud an otherwise sun-
championship. Last year the Wild-n on.
cats came from behind to hand the Gophers Oppose Badgers
Fighting Irish their only defeat of Minnesota will conclude its cam-
the season, a 14-7 decision that was paign against Harry Stuhldreher's
directly due to the great punting of downtrodden Badgers at , Madison
Steve Toth and the hard running of with only another triumph for the
Don Heap. Golden Gophers in sight. Bob Zup-
Wildcats Face Ramblers pke's Illini will travel to the Windy
This year Northwestern will invade City for their last game of the sea-
the Ramblers' fortress with a great son, and despite their 13-0 set-back
deal more prestige than they entered by Francis Schmidt's charges, will
the game at Evanston last year, and be rated over Chicago's Maroons,
are slight favorites to tip over Elmer whose only Coference victory this
Laydens charges for the third time year was over Wisconsin.
this year. Notre Dame lost to Navy____
by the heartbreaking margin of a
field goal and were unmercifully
humbled by the Pittsburgh Panthers,
Pop Warner's Temple Owls will
play host at Pittsburgh Saturday to
Oze Simmons and the rest of the SHOP FOR MEN
Hawkeyes in the only intersectional
contest carded. Only Carnegie Tech 119 SOUTH MAIN STREET
has knocked over the Owls who have
gilded the lily of their prestige this
year with wins over Villanova and
Holy Cross and a 7-7 tie with the
Michigan State Spartans.ts H ere
Hoosiers Meet Purdue
The traditional encounter at Co-
lumbus this week, backed by a -0VERCVAT
record of 32 games played between WEATHE r
the Wolverines and Ohio State, is
in no way overshadowed by the

tramural department, acting as host
to the visitors, has arranged a full
round of activities for them.
The purpose of the convention is
to promote interest in intramural do-
ings among the high schools. New
sports and methods are introduced
to the directors, who i nrnutoRoo4.
to the directors, who in turn insti-
tute them in their respective schools.
Included in Saturday's programj
are speeches by Elmer Mitchell, Uni-
versity Intramural director, Fred
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