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THE MICIMGAN DAILY
FootballSquad Arrives In Iowa; Holds Light Practice
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By IRVIN LISAGOR

Changes Likely
To Be Made In
Several Places)

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A Rel Fanatic approval of the A.A.U. poobahs, who,
along with the New York fight com- i. Barclay Appear{
AWHILE THE Varsity gridders de- mission, are consistent with nose- As Probable Starters;!
parted for Iowa City yesterday af- wrinkling decisions.
ternoon, unchaperoned by your luck- At Bloomington, Ind., he splashed Sinick, SaVilla Still Out
less ASIDELINER, we were mingling up Conference records in both the 220
with a few Nazis in a gathering of and 440-yard events. In the National Michigan's football squad is in Da-
convivial hypocrisy. And among the Collegiates, he clocked off good times venport, Iowa this morning, ready to
visiting gentry was one Herr Heinz in winning the same two events. He hold a final workout for the game
Woehrmann, a toothsome gent who holds victories over Otto Jaretz and with the University of Iowa tomor-
pined for a game of basket-or base- Irving McCaffrey, of the Lake Shore row. Coaches Harry Kipke and Hunk
ball. He professed to have heard A.C., both of whom were named on Anderson took 35 players with them
something about our unregulated the 1937 All-American squad. on the trip last night.
game, of baseball, in which a bunch Our swimming informative queried On the squad for the game with
of spirited youths function as the will Matt Mann on this faux pas and Matt ;the Hawkeyes are Art Valpey, John
dictates, and yearned to see it. Too was quoted as saying, "I don't see how Nicholson, Elmer
bad he wasn't here for the World's they can pick an All-American team Gedeon, Joe Rog-
Series. The authoritarian manner in and an 880-yard relay. team and not ers, Harold Flo-
which the Yankees subjugated their pick Haynie in the same move." It's ersch and Danny
Giant neighbors would have warmed beyond him, and miles beyond us. Smick, ends; Fred
the cockles of ┬░Herr Heinz' heart. His * Janke. JoehSavilla,
interest in basketball must have :Frosh,Your ChancehSieDel, Earl Lub
arisen out of Nazis' innate love for
the well-known "bounce." Any frosh who'd like to wrestle and Dennis Kuhn,
Anfrg ohrwho'dtikto wresOtleo >t ackle s, R alph
Our young Nazi quarry, fresh from is urged to report to Coach Otto Heikkinen, Fred
two ylears of military training for I Kelly in Waterman Gym. No exper- Zeim, John Bren-
the Fatherland, opened his heart to I ience is needed. If you're possessed nan, "Dutch" Van-
the Daily trio on many almost sig- of sound limbs and a willingness to dewater, George
nificant questions. " After we tasted acquire technique in the fine art, RINALDI Marzonie, and Er-
the kind of coffee and cake the you're well equipped. nie Pederson, guards, Joe Rinaldi,
University serves its Nazi guests, and Varsity Wrestling Coach Cliff Archie Kodros, and Horace Tinker,
left, the young German confided to Keen advises us that Frank Bis- centers; Wally Hook, Stark Ritchie,
someone he had been asked very sell, last year's mat captain, has -Fred Trosko, Tex Stanton, Norm Pu-
many questions. When informed the donated fifty dollars for trophies rucker, Hercules Renda, Doug Far-
three questioners were newspaper re- to be awarded to the outstanding mer, Lou Levine, Derwood Laskey,
porters, he is reported to have "Heil frcihman in each of the eight di- Harry Mulholland, Norm Nickerson,
Hitlered" all over the place and an- vicicns. As a further inducement, Bill Barclay, Bob Piotrowski, and
ticipated a hastened return to fresh who show aptitude in the Bob Campbell, backs.
Deutschland. mat graces will be moved from Workout Cut Short
A rival sheet (out of Chicago) 1 Waterman to the Field House, In the final home practice yester-
carries a cheering bit of news where they'll gain invaluable ex- day afternoon the squad continued
about Vic Heyliger, last year's perience in workouts against Var- to show a good deal of punch and
hockey captain who is presently sity men. spirit in their play. Emphasis was
in training with the chicago Some of Keen's brighter stars in on blocking, for the most part, with
Blackhawks in Muskegon, Mich. the past have been men who signed pass defense and pass plays coming
The item said Vie may be retain- up for wrestling, unsolicited and uh- in for their usual amount of atten-
ed as a reserve wing. This being known. Frosh Coach Kelly himself tion.
his first year among the mercen- belonged-to this ilkand developed into While the workout was necessarily
ary puckmen, it's a credit to his a champion. With Port Robertson cut short in order to catch the Twi-
prowess should he stick. With assisting Keen with Varsity men, and light Limited, Coach Hunk Anderson
Johnny Sherf slated for regular Kelly tutoring frosh, wrestlers will found time to put the Varsity on a
duty with the Red Wings, Mich- have adequate coaching. And you defense drill against the freshmen
igan will have ample representa- freshmen may as well avail yourselves who were armed with Iowa plays. At
tion in the big time. of a really excellent chance to develop the same time Coach Kipke pitted
your Adonis figure.th second and third stringers against
each other with further drill on pass
defense emphasized.
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Tubbs Thinks Iowa About Ready nie Mack Says MichiaH State All Set
Ile"OV'll No Le ve'To Avenge Two Def cats
To Roll Over Weary Wolverines He Will Not Leave TAN t
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 21.--(UP)- The Michigan State College football
The Philadelphia Athletics, take it team was out today to wipe a blot
By ROY HEATH have been known to catch "rigor from its record.
In the last outpost of the Big Ten mortis" early in the season and come from Connie Mack, aren't looking for State meets Marquette University
to only long enough to catch one or an assistant or new manager because at Macklin Field here Saturday but
bat IowaCreity,ting oa theirTubb hands andburly two victories for a season's campaign, Mack himself expects to stay at the it will be more than just another
Their weak teams, on the other helm "for several years to come." game for the Spartans.
preparing to shove the already sadly hand~ often fly up at odd and em- The 74-year-old pilot, feeling better A study of the records today reveal-
used Wolverines into a permanent barassing moments to catch some vic- after a two months' illness, spoke up ed that Marquette has been the only
resience in oop cellar. tory-bloated squad with their sus- tod team to defeat State twice since
Three times has Tubbs rolled his enders cut and hand them a well Ame icn League Club might bring Charley Bachman took over the
concept of" what an Iowa grid ma- thought out trouncing. coaching position at the East Lansing
chine should be onto the field. Wis- While nobody would be so unper- or sign up Babe Ruth as manager College five years ago. Oddly enough,
consm. and Washington U. stopped it ceiving as to call the Wolverines "vic- .. Ignmuphaberutsanage Marquette turned the trick in the last
cold while a strictly pee-wee Brad- tory-bloated;" a win over the team it wimy health permits, and I'm sure two years, whipping Spartan teams
ley Tech succumbed to the tune of which used to shellack Iowa and wi. said Mack, I'l go to train- n 1935 and 1936.
240 NosysM.Tub.pan-ing camp and I'll handle the club____
14-0. "Now,"says Mr. Tubbs, point- everyone else in the League with em- from the first day of practice until
ing with pride to his double wingback barrassing regularity would make the the last game. That includes all
and balanced line equipped creation, newly employed Coach Tubbs a very the trips too.
"She is warmed up and we shall see happy man. "I have no idea of quitting."
what we shall see." It was in 1924 during the regime of I e eao itt
Maybe so. The Hawkeyes have long Bet Ingrse no assisan t Ly It will be his 3th season with the
been considered the renegades of the Waldorf at Northwestern, that the
Conference. Their strongest teams Hawks last had the pleasure of trim-
S- ming Michigan. They triumphed by
PACKER WINS GOLF MEET the quaint score of 9-2. In '29 they
Loren Packer, '38, of Delta Upsilon they tied into the Wolverines in 1933
won the All-Campus Fall Golf Tour- they wound up on the short end of
nament Wednesday by defeating 10-6. T i 1,eIs; ere
Chuck Clark, '?8, also of Delta Up- Tomorrow's game offers an out for
silon, 2 to 1 in a match played on both teams and the Hawks are de-
the University Golf Course. termined to get underway.
/ A LLOWE'EN Candy

GI FT BOXES -
* PARTY CANDIES
* CHOCOLATES
* CREAM WAFERS
* HARD CANDIES

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Tom Haynie somehow got lost in a
shuffle of swimming all-stars and
should be righteously indignant about
it. Tagged the outstanding collegiate
swimmer in the country last spring,
after crack performances in both the
Big Ten and National Collegiate
meets, Haynie deserves the empty

Paul Lukas, suave and handsome
Hungarian movie star, lost much of
this suavity and good looks yesterday
when a group of impressionable
scribes watched him, stripped of
toupee and girdle, play a game of!
tennis on the I-M courts. He teamed
with Dennis King, another histrionic
star, in a doubles match against two
students, who might have passed
for his sons. But have no fear, girls,'
in his next screen vehicle he'll like-
ly be vying with some young blade
for the heroine's love-and win it ...
Detroit Tigers Ball Park
Will Add 22,000 Seats,

Several Men Still Injured
Kipke was uncertain of the start-
ing lineup at this early date, since
several of the men
he had wanted to
start have not fully
recovered from the
bruising they re-
ceived at the
hands of the Go-
phers last week-
end.
He indicated that
in all probability
Stark Ritchie and
x Wally Hook would
;. not see much ac-
tion in the back-
BAPCLAY fildr Jn S ailln

After Six

DETROIT, Oct. 21-(/ )-The De- neiu- Jjoe vina
troit Tigers are going to have the who was included at one of the tackle
second gtposts may not see action and Danny
S largest park in the majorSmick at end will be kept out of the
leagues when the 1938 season rolls play as much as possible.
around. In the event that all of the rest
Owner Walter 0. Briggs, Detroit of the men would be in fit condition,
automobile magnate who used to haveaossihe tawtingblineuptwasnin,
difficulty scraping up enough cash to dicated to include Gedeon and Nich-
buy a seat in the bleachers at old olson, ends; Smith and Siegel,
Bennett Park in the early days of the tackles; Heikkinen and Brennan,
Tigers, today announced that 22,000 gakds; ikine and Brclay,
seat wil b aded t th fild. guards; Rmnaldi, center; and Barclay,
seats will be added to the field. Trosko, Stanton, and Farmer in the
Now a multi-millionaire, Briggs backfield.
disclosed that the improvements
which will make the Detroit park BUSH CLAIMS FINE OFFER
second only to the Yankee Stadium in MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 21.-(P)---
seating capacity, will cost $700,000. Donie Bush, baseball veteran who
The park will be double decked has 'piloted four different major
throughout. Work will begin within league clubs, said today he was con-
a month and will be completed shortly sidering a "flattering offer" to man-
after the season opens next April. age the Boston National League.

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*Friday, October 22nd, is "Elgin Day" here. You must
come in and see our special display of stirring new Lord
Elgins and Lady Elgins. Frankly, they are the finest time-
pieces we have ever offered-and the greatest values. They
possess technical advantages never combined in another
make of watch. Prices range from $47.50 to $125.
Arcade Jewelry ShoIr~p

season.

All

16 Nickels Arcade

Phone 9727

1hn92

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Both the Tailcoat and
Double Breasted Tuxedo
in midnight blue or black
carry out the style ex-
pressions that give dig-
nity, regal distinction and
well proportioned lines to
your figure.
$24.50 and upwards.

NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S
VARSITY TOWN Double Breasted
Suits Featured at $35.00 to $40.00
You can decide on a Var.
sity-town suit with your
eyes shut. The thing that
opens your eyes is such
excellent values for $35
to $40.
They're smart.

SENIORS:
Let the photographer

give you

his est etfort. Don't wait 1-
Sii you see his S.R.O. sign. Bu
'our Ensia a picture sitting

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