THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEFIVE
The PRESS ANGLE
B GEORGE' I AN1ROS I
New York (A.L.
_ ~5Z '.. J. DiMaggio, cf
Y THIS TIME every sports-minded student of the University is aware Gehrig, lb .. .
that things are popping' concerning the Michigan football situation. Dickey, c
Questions, rumors and accusations from over the state, from Detroit and Selkirk, rf ...
from the campus itself are centering on the "why?" of the disappointing Lazeri .b
result of last Saturday's game. Gomez, p... .
The Daily (through the Press Angle) is not yet prepared to take Murphy, p ... .
stands on the several controversies that have arisen, but we will print
any and all contributions from those who feel that they have some- Totals
thing to add, to ask, to find fault with or to praise and defend. New York (N.
Today's letter is the first contribution, and it does have its points. Moore, if ....
do you agree? Disagree? Let us have your views. It is your football Bartell, ss ....
team-your University. Terry, lb .....
* * * * Leiber, cf ....
Sports Editor, Michigan Daily, Mayo, 3b .....
Student Publications Building, Ann Arbor, Mich. Ott, rf .......
Dear Mr. Andros: Mancuso, c ...
I am writing this letter to you as a sports fan who has followed the *Leslie.......
football destinies of our Michigan teams for the last eight years and am frank Danning, c ...
to admit that I am "solid-Michigan" in many ways, among them being hitehead,
football. What will follow in this letter will be offered in the best of spirit Jackson, 3b ...
as nothing would be sweeter music to me than a winning football team here Koenig, 2b ....
at Michigan. Fitsimmons, p
I have read Tod Rockwell's article, the one that was criticized in Castleman, p
The Daily this morning, and I think that both articles are beating * *Davis ......
around the bush ... they haven't brought out what seems to me to Coffman, p ...
be the real issue. I simply mean to state them in forms of questions Gumbert, p ...
and if you, or somebody (in their right mind, mind you) can find
the answers and put them in your column it will be deeply appreciated Totals ..
and I will go back to my Monday morning coaching staff and tell them *Batted for1
to shut up .. . if you can give the right answers! **Batted for
Kipke Seeks Alternates
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rCastelman in 8th.
Marse Joe Pays Tribute To Murphy
1. Why did Michigan start a backfield averaging, close to 185 pounds N.L. (A.) ...0 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 7-13
against the speed merchants from State, the heaviest back in their starting N.Y. (N) .. . .2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0- 5
line-up weighing close to 178? . Runs batted in: Ott 3, Powell 4,
2. Why from last year's experience with the speed of Warmbein, Sebo, Gehrig, Gomez, Rolfe 2, Terry, Laz-
etc., etc., and defeat, was no defense constructed to cope with such speed? zeri, Moore, Murphy, Crosetti, Di-
3. Why must Michigan eternally be quoted in Monday morning papers Maggio.
as "holding back" for the game the following week when they could just Two-base hits: Ott, Bartell.
have easily have won the game they "held-back" in by opening up? Three base hit: Selkirk.
4. With so many sophomores on the Michigan roster this year and what Home runs: Powell, Ott, Moore.
to me, from watching scrimmages and the game, too, is an abundance of .
ISacrifices : Terry, Leiber.
excellent material, why wasn't this material given a chance to show its.
talents against State? Earned runs: New York (A.) 12;
5. When State scored their second touchdown, why wasn't a change New York N.) 5.
made in the line-up to plug up the large gap in the Michigan line New York (N.) 10.
through which Mr. Pingel romped with such ease? (Perhaps a change Base on balls: Off Gomez 4 (Bar-
in the secondary was necessary here, too. If you will recall, Jordan, tell 2, Leiber, Ott); Murphy 1 (Rip-
who certainly has a future, but who, is inexperienced, was the victim of ple); Gumbert 3 (Lazzeri, Crosetti,
some of these tackle slants. Certainly that was the turning point of Gehrig); Castleman 2 (Dickey, Cros-
the game ... why wasn't something done about it before it was too etti); Coffman 1 (Selkirk).
late?) Strikeouts: By Fitzsimmons 1
6. Why, after Smithers' long run, with the game hanging in the balance, (Crosetti); Gomez 1 (Leiber ); Cas-
wasn't a pass play, or a trick of some kind pulled out of the bag on the tleman 5 (Powell 2, Lazzeri, Gomez,
first play while the team was still moving, instead of those two miserable Murphy); Murphy 1 (Koenig); Gum-
penalties that really lost the game? bert 1 (Dickey).
7. With men like Everhardus, two year's experience, Ritchie, with one runs, 9 hits in 3 2-3 innings; Castle-
year, Barclay, with one' year, and Curren and Stanton, promising young man 1 run, 3 hits in 4 1-3 innings;
sophomores, sitting on the bench eager for a crack at State, why weren't they Coffman 3 runs, 3 hits in 0 inning,
given a chance until the score had mounted to 21-7? (It was plainly obvious (none out in ninth); Gumbert 4 runs,
that the team on the field wasn't getting anywhere.) 2 hits in 1 inning; Gomez 4 runs, 8
8. Realizing with due respect that there were several sophomores in the hits in 6 1-3 innings; Murphy 1 run,
starting line-up and that gaining experience would be essential toward a 1 hit in 2 2-3 innings.
good team in the future, I yet can see no reason for not experimenting with Winning pitcher: Gomez.
plays as well as material. Certainly that was the game of the year for that LUmpirespitchreFi zsimmon.
experimenting and a few tricks, especially when we were behind. Summers, Pfirman.
Yours for better football, --R.E.L. Time: 2:50.
A long offensive scrimmage againstI
Wally Weber's freshman squad fea-'
tured yesterday's Varsity football
drill as the Wolverines pointed for
the Indiana tilt this Saturday. The
battle will be the Conference opener
for both teams.
With Bob Cooper, Johnny Smith-
ers and Capt. Matt Patanelli. out of
active work, Coach Kipke sought cap-
able replacements should the above
regulars aggravate their injuries in
the early minutes of the Hoosier
tussle. When Cedric Sweet failed to
showany speed in the pre-scrimmage
blocking session, Kipke made the1
most startling shift of the afternoon
by placing the two year letterman on
the freshman team in an effort to
arouse the fullback and thereby cause
him to regain his form . Sweet did
rise to the occasion by coming
through with some fine tackles. Tex
Stanton, sophomore prospect, took
over Sweet's fullback duties and ex-
hibited some hard, fast plunging.
Ritchie Shows Well
Other Backfield replacements were
Stark Ritchie at Cooper's halfback
post, Bill Barclay at quarterback in
place of Louis Levine and Bob Camp-
bell at Smithers' position. Art Val-
pey and Alex Loiko were at ends,
John Brennan and George Marzonie,
guards, Fred Janke and Mel Kramer
held down the tackle berths with Joe
Rinaldi at center. With Barclay call-
ing the signals the Varsity opened
wide holes in the frosh line due to a
much improved brand of blocking.
Stark Richtie's sweeping end runs
and his off tackle slants combined
with Stanton's line smashes enabled
the Varsity to cross the yearling's fin-
al marker twice.
New Reserve Combination
A new reserve combination back-
field with Levine at the helm, Wally
Hook and Ed Phillips at the halves
and Bob Curren, fullback, managed
to rip off several long gains against
Weber's proteges. Hook was espe-
cially impressive despite a consider-
able layoff due to an injury. Danny
Smick exhibited his ability as a pass
receiver when he snared several of
Levine's distant passes for long
NEW YORK, Oct. 6.--(A)-The
fury of "Murderer's Row" that ex-
ploded the Giants clear out of their
World Series trenches in the final
inning of the final game increased
to a deafening roar as the Yankee
marauders blew their vocal gaskets.
in a wild dressing room celebrationj
As the Giants wearily stared at
Lightning Kills One,
Injures 11 Gridders
CANTON, O., Oct. 6.-(,')-Light-
ning crashed into a group of Leh-
man High School football players at
practice late today, killing the team's
co-captain and injuring 11 others, in-
cluding two coaches.
Don Correll, 18-year-old tackle,
was killed. Coach Jimmy Robinson
was in serious condition with his left
In the hospital suffering from
burns and shock were William Miller,
18, center; John Kline, 17, left tackle;
William Atkinson, 15, substitute
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