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_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tm
Lipke Calls Night Session After Disappointing Grid Pr

MSDAY, OCT. 14, 1937
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Cubs Lose As
Chisox Retain
Chicago Title
Whitehead Pitches Great
Game; Holds Nationals
To SingleTally
CHICAGO, Oct. 13.-(P)-JohnI
Henderson Whitehead, the problem
child of the White Sox, hurled the
American League to another victory{
today as the southsiders conquered
the Cubs, 6 to 1, for their fourth con-
secutive Chicago championship.
Whitehead allowed nine hits, fan-
ned three and did not issue a pass.
He did not look as though he would be
around long when Stan Hack, the first
man to face him, drilled a double to
right and scored on Frank Demaree's.
single off Boze Berger's leg. White-
head was right there at the finish,
however, as he forced Gabby Hartnett
to hit into a double play with theI
bases loaded in the ninth.
The triumph was Whitehead's sec-
ond of the series. Curt Davis, who
split the Cub pitching with Tex Carle-
ton, was the loser.
The Sox went to work on Davis in'
the second inning. He departed at
the start of the seventh, and was fol-
lowed by Carleton. Singles by Rip
Radcliff and Jack Hayes, combined
with a walk to Luke Appling, gave
the American Leaguers two runs in
the second, and the same group of
boys produced two more on two hits
in the fourth.-
Appling got one hit, a double, in
one official time at bat. He walked
on three other occasions, turning one
of his passes into a run in the sixth
with the aid of Zeke Bonura's single,#
a sacrifice and Gabby Hartnett'sI
throwing error. Mike Kreevich ac-j
counted for the final run of the sea-)
son with a homer off Carleton intod
the left field seats in the seventh.

-Stop These Gophers?

lKiski Prep School Turns Out Many
Football Stars; Gives Michigan Four

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By TOM PHARES I prep school and is working out at the1
Kiski Prep School has turned out same position at Ferry Field. Ralph,+
75 football players in its history who stands at five feet eight inches and
went on to win All-American honors weighs 195 pounds. He too has shown
in college. Last year Kiski had one promise in the drills this fall.
of their best teams and four of its Kiski Teams Good
members are now working out under Kiski always has had good foot-
Coach Ray Fisher on the Michigan ball teams and has been a potential1
freshman squad. feeder for University of Pittsburgha
This quartet, composed of three elevens as the school is located at'
backfield men and one lineman, has Seltsburg, Pa., just 30 miles south
been outstanding in the yearling of Pittsburgh. Their head coach J.
drills and the boys bid fair to at- C. Marks, who is also Tan and part
tey ove up bto attention w owner of the school has built up
V arsity squad quite a reputation although he never
next fall. played football in his life.
Kromer Stands Out Naturally, the question arose as to'
The man who might be termed why these four gridders didn't go to
the leader of this four-man gang Pitt to which they replied: "We liked
is Paul Kromer, five foot nine inch, Michigan better."
168 pound halfback who, before going To prove that Coach Marks had
to Kiski, was given All-State recog- something on the ball, the boys tell
nition in Ohio while in high school of one of his favorite plays that was
at Lorain. used to treat success. It seems that
Kromer is fast and shifty and is a on this particular play the ball was
triple threat by virtue of the fact snapped to Mehaffey the fullback
that he passes and kicks as well as who started a pass play in which the
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ball was handled successively by the
end, quarterback, guard and then
Mehaffey again who usually romped
for long gains.
That is indeed football and ex-
plains why this school has turned
such stars as Monk Moscrip, Hamil-
ton, Reynolds, Bill Renner, former
Michigan quarterback, and more re-
cently Zarnas of Michigan State out.
For a school with an enrollment of
only 125, that is quite a record.
It might be well to watch this
Kiski quartet in the future. Having
such a record behind them and show-
ing such promise on the yearling
squad at present, it may well be that
from their ranks will step another
future gridiron great.

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WM. B. AMSTUTZ
610 Wolverine Bldg.
Ann Arbor Phone 894E
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Martin, Christianson, a 200-
pound Viking reputed to be the
hardest runner on the Minnesota
squad, will be the Norsemen's full-
back Saturday. He's only a soph-
omore, but the mere fact that he
is playing a position so rich in
tradition at Minnesota stand well
for his ability.
hidependent Men
To Draft I-M Rules
All managers who are interested
in entering a team in the Indepen-
dent Division of the intramural ath-
letic competition should plan to at-
tend the meeting in Mr. Riskey's
office at 8 o'clock, Thursday evening

UoUng a nlLy Jbob 0f nail carrying. He
is rated as one of the best passers
on the frosh squad this year along
with Dave Strong and Les Persky.
When we say he is fast we aren't just
saying it either. He has made a time
of 9.9 seconds in the 100 yards dash
and holds several records in that
event. Paul also plays forward in
baketball and outfield in baseball not
to mention the fact that he is the
tennis champion in his home town.
Meyer Is Quarterback
Jack Meyer, who hails from Elyria,
Ohio, was the quarterback on the
Kiski team and is the second mem-
ber of the gang. Jack also stands at
five feet nine inches but tips the
scales at an even 200 pounds. And
for a man of that weight, he can
really move. In addition to piloting
his football team to victory, he also
engages in basketball and baseball
playing guard and infield respective-
ly.
Number three is Howard Mehaffey,
a big rugged fullback who is six feet
tall and weighs 180 pounds. How-
ard attended Westinghouse High
School in his home town of Pitts-
burgh before spending two years at
Kiski. In freshman scrimmages so
far this fall he has shown plenty of
power at cracking the line. He also
plays baseball andabasketball, being
a catcher on the diamond and either
a center or guard on the hardwood.
The final member of the quartet
is Ralph Fritz, a product of New Ken-
sington, Pa., who played guard at

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OTHER WINNERS -
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GOPHERS DRILL SECRETLY at the Intramural Building.I
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 13.-(AP)-Se- Rules for the competition through-
recy marked the Minnesota football out the year, which is being spon-
practice today, and will continue sored jointly by the Independent
through Thursday, as Coach Bernie! Men's Organization and the Intra-
Bierman worked new combinations mural Department, will be drawn up
for the game with Michigan at Ann at the meeting. Because the rules
Arbor Saturday. The backfield play- which will be drawn up at the meet-
ers were tried in various positions, but ing will be those under which the
Andy Uram andrWilbur Moore were teams will play throughout the year,
expected to start at left and right it is for the best interests of the
halfbacks; Rudy Gmitro at quarter, teams that they should have a rep-
and Marty Christianson, sophomore, resentative on hand to join in their
at fullback. formulation.

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