[DAY, OCT. 2, 1936
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Brennan, Janke, Levine,
Loiko Face Spartans In
Four sophomores featured the ten-
tative line-up named by Coach Kipke
after the conclusion of yesterday's
long drill during which the Varsity
and reserve elevens got their last
look at Michigan State plays before
the Spartan invasion this Saturday.
The sophomores are Alex Loiko at
right end, John Brennan left guard,
Fred Janke, left tackle, and Louis
Levine at quarterback. Although
not considered as sophomores, Bob1
Cooper, halfback, and George Mar-
zonie, guard, will be playing their
first game for Michigan. A wrenched
knee forced Cooper to the sidelines
last year while an ineligibility kept
Marzonie out of the Wolverine line-
up. The other starters are Capt.
Matt Patanelli, Mel Kramer, and
Joe Rinaldi in the line with Johnny
Smithers and Cedric Sweet complet-
ing the backfield.
Big Ten Forces Hold Spotlight
In Tomorrow's Grid Clashes'
Wildcats, Hawkeyes Meet in an all-conference game that should
In First Conference Tilt. result in a great spectacle. In ac-
Ohio .Battles N.Y.Utuality the affair will be a dual be-
tween the great triple threat back of
the Hawkeyes, Ozzie Simmons, and
By FRED DE LANO Don Heap, ace of the Wildcat back-
With last Saturday's prevue of the field corps.
1936 football season giving indica- Another Mid-Western game that
tions that this will be one of the will receive much attention from the
greatest years in the sport's history, fans will be the clash at South Bend
the nation's grid teams will tomorrow between Carnegie Tech and Notre
the atio's rid eamswil Dame. This will be the first start of
swing into high gear with important the Vear for the Irish and the criteis
contests on deck in every section of are olding back on their predictions
the country. for another great Notre Dame year
The Mid-West will be the center ofuntil seeing how Elmer Layden's
TheMidWes wil b th ceterofeleven performs tomorrow.
attraction, however, and Big Ten
teams appear on the whole to be in Wisconsin and Marquette are an-}
for .urenaous afternoons. Several other pair that will settle a statel
major games are sebeduled fnr ne grievance with the Badgers rating as
West Coast, but most of the Eastern slight favorites under their new men-
and Southern teams will content tor, Coach Harry Stuhldreher whol
themselves with another set of warm- first won fame as one of Knute
up games. Rockne's powerful Four Horsemen.
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'Thre'e Ini Ailo'?
Rain, Fumbles ' Sehacher, Gomez
M a r Practice Hurl in Series Today
Hal Schumacher has been named
For Bachman by Manager Bill Terry of the New
York Giants to oppose Lefty Gomez
EAST LANSING, Oct. 1.-t)-- who is slated to hurl for the Yankees
Rain that brought out an epidemic this afternoon in the second game of
of fumbles added to the worries of the World Series. Ankle-deep mud
the Michigan State college football and big pools of water on the Polo
coaches as they groomed their team Grounds caused baseball's high com-
for the game with Michigan Satur- missioner, Judge Kenesaw Mountain
day. Landis, to order the postponement of
Coach Charley Bachman sent his yesterday's contest and set the series
In Freshman Diving
In a preview of future varsity ma-
terial Assistant Swimming Coach
Charles McCaffree yesterday comL
pleted running off the freshman
Showing a great deal of promise
Jack Wolin, former Ohio State jun-
ior champ, scored 79 points in the
diving to beat out Billy Brink who
scored 74.75 markers and Luovo with
59.4. Ed Hutchens won the 50-yard
free style with a time of :25.8; Russ
Moore captured the 50-yard back
stroke in :30.5; John Haigh, in :31
took the 50-yard breast stroke; and
Hutchens and Bill Pioch tied at :56;?
in the 100-yard free style. .
Ncver in the history of their
gridircrn rivalry with the Michigan
clrevens which dates back to 1896
has any Michigan State team de-
fcated its Wolverine opponents
three years in a row. Tomorrow
Coach Charley Rachman will send
his green-shirted Spartans on the
field with a good chance of being
the first coach to accomplish this
feat. In 1934 and 1935 his well-
coached squads proved too strong
for the Wolverines despite the fact
that they were playing on the Sta-
dium turf-away from home fans.
cripples to the sidelines, away trom
the danger of further injuries that
might prove costly at this late date.
First string backs took turns at
fumbling, both before and after the
rain fell in last night's long practice.
The drill ended only with darkness
despite the downpour. Between show-
ers Bachman worked hard to improve
passing plays that looked none too
threatening against a team of fresh-
men. Both sides were pulling their
punches in the scrimmage, with the
blockers working in slow motion, but
nevertheless too many of the Spartan
plays went sour to please Bachman.
Jack Coolidge, a triple threater,
worked at right half. He replaced
back one day. Gomez won 13 and
lost 7 games in the regular American
League season while Schumacher won
11 and lost 13 in the senior circuit.