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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan Hopes Rest On Ability

To Halt Star Wildcat Backs

Varsity Holds
Warmup Drills
On Dyche Field
Northwestern Faces First
Defense Of Conference'
Crown In Game Today
Janke, Olds Still Out
(Continued from Page i
Vanzo, Bernie Jefferson, Jack Ryan,
soph threat, Bob Swisher and John
Kovatch, converted end, Northwes-
tern has men who can execute all the
niceties of offense with finesse and
dispatch. They prefer running to
passing and no objections will be
forthcoming from the Wolverines,
who revealed several inadequacies in
their aerial defense against Michi-
gan State.
Michigan may find solace in the
fact that Northwestern's line is re-
ported to be the Achilles heel in its
grid machine. Bob Voigts, burly
tackle, and Erwin Wegner, the cen-
ter who played here last year, form
the nucleus of the Wildcat forward
wall. Of course, Fred Vanzo. a de-
fensive bulwark will be behind the
line, and that may nullify a lot of
intentions.
Absence of Fred Olds at guard is
expected to work a hardship in the
Wolverine line, although Jack Bren-
nan, a letterman, has filled the breach
satisfactorily this week. Dan Smick
may get the call at left end in lieu of
Art Valpey whose groin injury and
shock from State battering may keep
him from playing.
Trosko To Start
Kipke pursued his policy of wait-
ing until game time before designat-
ing his tailback. Although Fred
Trosko will probably get the call, both
he and Stark Ritchie showed fire in
this afternoon's workout.
Michigan partisans were anxious to
see Hercules Renda, midget star of
last week's tussle whose colorful ex-
ploits preceded him here. Herc
commands attention and will repre-
sent the so-called "Michigan spirit"
as long as he remains erect. New
offensive formations have further
utilized his running abiity.
Stanton At Full
From apparent indications, Fred
Janke, a great tackle recently turned
fullback, will again be inactive ue to
a knee bruise and a painful boil on
his arm. Tex Stanton will start at
full, with Doug Farmer, who shrewd-
ly capitalized every opportunity last
Saturday, back at quarter.
Although Archie Kodros is slated to
start tomorrow he and Capt. Joe
Rinaldi alternated at the pivot post in
the brisk drill. Don Siegel and Joe
Savilla are certain starters at tackle,
with Ralph Heikknen a cinch at right
guard.
Freshman Drill
Reveals Wealth
Of Strong Backs
Yearling Backfield Fours
Click As Red Teams Take
Blues In Scrimmage
The first freshman football scrim-
mage of the year which was held yes-
terday afternoon at Ferry Field re-
vealed one important fact-there will
be a lot of first class sophomore
backs on next year's varsity squad.
With their backfields clicking in
exceptional style considering the
little practice they have had to-

gether, the two red-shirted teams
rode over the three blue teams which
opposed them one after the other.
The first backfield to show power
was composed of Dick Bennett at
quarter, Harry Kohl and Chuck Jones
at the halves, and Charles Ross at
fullback. With Jones, an All-State
man from Kentucky, doing the brunt
of the work both running and pass-
ing, the first red squad won their
brief scrimmage 6 to 0, scoring on a
20-yard pass from Jones to Bennett.
The next red team immediately
took charge of the situation with a
powerhouse backfield made up of
Meyer at quarter, Tom Harmon, All-
Stater from Indiana at right half,
Paul Kromer, All-State Ohio man at
left half and his former teammate,
Arch Mahaffey at fullback.
With Harmon and Kromer ripping
off long gains, their squad scored
three touchdowns in short order. Both
are fast and shifty and should make
strong bids for regular positions next
year. Dave Strong, Illinois transfer,
also showed his wares at quarter-
back for this red team later. Strong,
incidentally, was doing some fine
punting in practice before the scrim-
mage began.
For the blues, Les Persky's passing
was a standout.
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LINES
- By IRVIN LISAGOR
T HE TALL MAN resented our pro-
phetic approachrto last Saturday's
football winners. The tall man cate-
gorically accused us of "evasive am-
biguity," periphrasis and obscuring
the issue. Had the tall man been
willing to release a fin against our
every choice, he'd have been remark-
ably shy of 85 simoleons ...
For your Daily seer av-
eraged .905 last week, picking 19E
victors out of 25, two of which
tied, one of which scratched (the
Iowa-Bradley Tech game didn't
happen), one non-committal (the
Michigan game) and two measly
defeats.
So we clamber abaft the treacher-
ous limb again. And to prove we've
the courage of our convictions we
have a dime riding on the lot in an
office pool -. -
Michigan - Northwestern - This
court holds with Tallahassee vs. Flor-
ida, Sec. F. page 333, U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals that defendant,
hereinafter known as the Wolverine,
Varsity, Maize and Blue inasmuch as
he was fully cognizant of deliberate
trespassing into the domain of North-
western, commonly charged with be-
ing infested with Wildcats, possessed
of malicious intent and malice afore-
thought, must suffer accordingly, see
Leavenworth vs. New Mexico, pp. 783,
and thus the Wildcat is awarded full
title, deed and possession, for 1937,
herewith, to all their heirs and as-
signs, credit for a victory, to whom it
may concern.
Army-Columbia-Art. 1, pp. 8, cl.
11, U.S. Constitution provides that
Congress shall have the power to "de-
clare war, to grant letters of marque
and reprisal, and make rules concern-
ing captures on land. and water."
Whatinhell business has Congress got
sticking its nose in . . . water and."
Army gets the bugle.
California-Washington State-Cal.
by a syllable.
Purdue-Carnegie Tech-A battle of
engineers, but the Boilermarkers are
a fussy crowd and our choice to win
by a slide rule.
Chicago-Wisconsin - The Maroons
have Rhodes scholar qualifications,
but they're certain to be badgered in
this one. . .
Minnesota-Indiana - George Ade
could write a fable in slang after the
Gophers disrupt the calm of Hoosier-
dom ...
Cornell-Princeton-The Tigers will
lash Cornell, the smarties who gave
Colgate a good paste in the mouth
last week . . . (Some clients didn't
get it last week).
Detroit-Texas Tech-Both the Tig-
ers and Tod Rockwell lost out this
season. It's too much in one season,
so we bow to Detroit ...
Duquesne-Pittsburgh - They say
lightning never strikes in the same
place twice, but history does repeat
itself. Duquesne
Duke-Tennessee-They have a fine
mixture at Duke . . . Moreover, we
like tobacco southerners . - .
Harvard-Brown-A broad "A" is
disconcerting, but our reputation
must be preserved,. . . Hahvad.
Southern Methodist-Washington of
St. Louis-A glass of milk will coun-
teract the smell of onions on the
breath; bananas will do the same
thing, six of them. S.M.U.
Texas-Oklahoma-If the Texans
don't win this one, the Arch-angel is
likely to be scouting around for an-
other Bible. Texas.
Missouri-Kansas State - Missouri
compromised in 1850 . . . and 1937.
K.S.
Illinois-Notre Dame-We have a

dime on the Illini, but our rep is
more important than a lousy demer.
P.D.
Iowa-Bradley Tech-Iowa.
Nebraska-Iowa State-Ask Bernie
Bierman. Neb.
L.S.U.-Rice-L.S.U.
Manhattan-Michigan State-Kipke
would have a word for this, but we
have two. M.S.
Navy-Virginiar-The Cavaliers were
wonderful horsemen. The Middies
are great seamen. They meet on
land. This thing isn't logical. Navy.

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Gopher Game'
To Be Crucial

Cards Take Frisch Jayvee
Froi Player Liste
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Eleven

Campus Golf Title
Play Begins Today

Spartan

1T. LOUIS, Oct. 8.--P--Te1name i . The Trueblood All-Campus Golf
OOs1er H1'4.HC of Frankie Frisch, fiery leader of the econds Today Championship open to all scholasti'c-
St. Louis Cardials. has graced a ally eligible students except M letter
major league line-up for the last time. men will begin at 1:30 p.m. today with
Chicago, Wisconsin Meet The Cardinal management an- Michigan's Junior Varsity football 18 holes of play to be followed by an-
nounced today that the Fordham squad, some 19 strong will open its other 18 starting at 8:30 a.m. tomor-
For Third Big Ten Tilt; Flash had been removed from the season against the Michigan State row and the final 36 to be played next
O.S.U. To Play U.S.C. active player list for the 1938 season. Reserves this afternoon at East Lan- week-end.
He recently signed to manage the sing. The championship will be by medal
CHICAGO, Oct. 8.-(L4P)-Minne-' Gas House Gang next year with a re- Coach Cliff Keen announced yes- playcac onsohwleesternaGl
CHICAGit d mofn .u ienn- Hported increase in salary. terday that his starting line would play according to the Western Golf
sota, its dream of an unbroken vie-- . consist of Paul Penvenne and Fred rules for possession of the Professor
tory string smashed, starts its quest One of the outstanding playing l e and Thomas C. Trueblood trophyfor
!mangersof all time, Frisch pae Cushing ends: Mel Kramer and Jack Thomas3. Tueb trophy ssfror
for the Western Conference Cham- as a regular second baseman for the Weiner, tackles: Herman Ulevitch 1937-38. The trophy passes from
pionship tomorrow. ast teil 95 n e ledthe and Jerry Belsky. guards, and Tom champion to champion annually and
Hutton, center. former winners are not eligible. Pair-
The Gophers, upset by Nebraska a Cardinals to their last world cham- HIthe ckfield will be Lillburn ings will be made at 1:34 today.
week ago, meet Indiana at Minneap- pionship. In the 1936 season Frisch Ochs at quarterback, Dave Gates and All freshmen are eligible for com-
olis, and the Hoosiers probably will was in the line-up occasionally andAOcs at aves. atnd a nn
he saw action in a few games this Al Ricketts at halves, and Jack Kin- petition, it was announced.
feel the full blast of Minnesota's sey fullback.
year.
wrath, much as Iowa did a year ago, Frisch was 39 years old Sept. 9. He Bob Curren will-alternate with Kin-
when the Gophers trounced the has been with the Cardinals since sey at full, while Jim Bilbie, Harry Keg or Bottled Beer
Hawkeyes 52 to 0 a week after North- 1927, when he came from the Giants. Goodwin, and Art Bennett are substi- All Brands - Free Delivery
western had trimmed the mighty men tute linemen due to see action. T
fsro th Ntrh.m Coaheri mer- aSeven of the starters: Penverne, m $sService Market
from the North. Coach Bernie Bier-!Varsity Golf Team Weiner, Ulevitch, Hutton, Gates, 420 Miller Avenue Phone 3205
man, however, may not be able to Rickets and Kinsey are sophomores.
snap his team back into bone crush- Meets Frosh Today The team is fairly heavy with a line
ing stride, but the battle nevertheless averaging about 185 pounds and a RedC sss
will be a crucial test for the Hoosiers, Michigan golf coaches will get their backfield about 175.
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Although Fred Janke was being
groomed to hold down the full-
back position on the Wolverine grid
team this season, Tex Stanton, last
year's reserve fullback refused to be
licked. From the beginning of prac-
tice he set a fast pace and again
today will be in the starting line-up
versus Northwestern.
Yanks Capture
Third Straight
Over Giants 5-1
POLO GROUNDS, New York. Oct.
8.-(P)-The world champion Yan-
kees crashed through gaping holes in
the defense of the luckless Giants to-
day, captured their third successive
game, 5 to 1, and now need only one
more victory to complete the worst
rout ever faced by New York's Na-
tional Leaguers in World Series com-
petition.
The Giants, for the third straight
day, came apart in so many places
under pressure that there was no
room left for argument and nothing
but a frustrated ninth-inning rally to
give their followers anything ap-
proaching some excitement.
Ohio State-Southern Cal - The
Buckeyes.
Oregon State - Washington - We
like Washington.
Yale-Penn - To be perfectly
FRANK with you, Yale by a lock-j
step
Stanford-U.C.L.A. - Initials stillI
intrigue us . . . U.C.L.A.
Georgia Tech-Kentucky-It's get-
ting late. Kentucky .

of the smallest squads in the Big Ten.
Indiana Lacks Reserves
Coach Bo McMillin will have a com-
plete line of veterans and one good
'set of backs, but is woefully lacking
in reserves. His biggest problem isj
finding a capable replacement for
Vernon Huffman, voted as the out-
standing player in the Big Ten last
year.
Two games on tomorrow's schedule
will have bearing on the champion-
ship.
Chicago meets Wisconsin at Stagg
Field in the third game of champion-
ship ranking, and the Maroons figure
to take it on the chin from Harry
Stuhldreher's improved Badgers.
Notre Dame plays Illinois at Cham-
paign in the first game between these
two institutions in 39 years.I
Notre Dame Favored
Notre Dame, which used five teams
to wear down Drake a week ago, fig-
ures to triumph, although Coach
Zuppke of the Illini may come up
with some football magic. He has a
game out of his teams every season.
knack of getting at least one great
Undoubtedly he is figuring on a sur-
prise, because in his two games so far
this season he has restricted his of-
fense to sweeps and bucks, using
only one lateral and keeping other
offensive stuff under cover. The
game will draw close to 55,000, the
biggest crowd to invade Champaign
since the Illinois-Army game in 1929.
The conference will see its strength
tested by two intersectional games,
with Ohio State playing Southern
California at Los Angeles, and Pur-
due meeting Carnegie Tech at La-
Fayette.

{nr st ioox at Leir cnarges in com-
petition at 8:30 a.m. today when the
Varsity squad will meet a freshman
team at the University course.
Minus the services of Bill Barclay,
who is on the football squad, Capt.
Al Karpinski will lead eleven Varsity
prospects against the same number
of sharp-shooting frosh. The compe-
tition will be 18 holes of match play
singles under the rules of the Western
Golf Association.
Bolstering the frosh lineup will be
Fred Lamb, Jr., son of the former
National Open winner and at present
the pro of the Bloomfield Hills, Coun-
try Club. The yearlings also number
three members of the Ann Arbor
High golf team that won the State
title in 1935. These, Dick Frisinger,
Ben Katzenmeyer, and Bob Forsythe
have been shooting consistently well
in practice rounds over the University
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