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FRIAYOCT.29, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Kipke Gives

Wolverines Excellent Chance For Illini Victory

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Remnant Of '37 Track Champs'
Challenges Varsity In Dual Meeti

Varsity Leaves

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'V,-mna Faces Test better if he hopes to keep up with
Allen Smith and cohorts. The field
Hands Of Ex-Mates events will also see a lot of converted
.ominp Tilt runners trying to push the shot and

By PETE TENNEY
Determined not to be outdone by
the present stars, a remnant of
Coach Charlie Hoyt's 1937 cham-
pionship track team has challenged
this year's team to a Varsity-Super
Varsity track meet to be held some
time before Christmas.
Headed by last year's captain Bob
Osgood there are seven of last years
team still on campus. Along with
Bob finishing up some of their lab-I
oratory requirements in the engin-I
eering school are Clayt Brelsford,
Harry O'Connell, and Stan Birleson.'
The Literary School still holds Dave
Hunn, Ray Fink and Paul Pinker-
ton.
Strength In Distance Events
The Super Varsity will have all of
the strength in the distance events
that it can use. In the mile are Clayt
Brelsford and Ray Fink, and in the
two mile Paul Pinkerton and Harry
O'Connell will be carrying the mail.
Clayt Brelsford can also hold his
own against the Varsity men in the
half mile.
Again in the 440 the post-team
men should be able to double up as
both Stan Birleson and Bob Osgood
will be turning out two good laps,
and Osgood, by virtue of his fine
time in the Varsity time trial two
weeks ago, should be able to control
both of the hurdle events.
Short Events Will Be Comedy
Dave Hunn in his exhibition for
his fraternity brothers showed that
he can still clear 12 feet, and if he
doesn't have to spade up the vault-
ing pit he may be able to boost it
up a little 'higher.
When they get into the sprints
and the field events the meet may
turn into a comedy of errors. Sammy
Stoller, last year's leading sprinter
and broad jumper is still out in
Hollywood and can't help them so
only converted distance men will try
and do the century. Stan Birleson
has been doing some secret practic-
ing but he will have to do a lot

toss the javelin.
Foresters Win
From Rumsey
In I-MFootba1l
In the second series of games in the
independent men's football division.
the Whirlwinds upset the Wolverines
6-0, the Forestry Club trounced Rum-I
sey House 26-0. The Fletcher Hall-i
Green Bays game was postponed until
4:15 today and Allen House forfeited
to Hiawatha.
The Whirlwinds tallied in the first
period when Barowsky intercepted a
long Wolverine pass and ran 34 yards
to the Wolverine 3 yard line. On the
very first play, Finkel passed to Lead-
beater in the end zone for the lone
score of the game. The Wolverines
made repeated sallies into Whirlwind
territory and ended the game on
fourth down only 15 yards from pay
dirt.
The passing attack of the Forestry
Club was too much for Rumsey House
to cope with. Four touchdown passes
and two conversions accounted for
the winners 26 points while the fresh-
men were not able to break into the
scoring column.
State Cross Country
Team Meets Indiana
EAST LANSING, Oct. 28.-(P)-
Michigan State College's strong cross
country team left today for Bloom-
ington, Ind., where the Spartan dis-
tance men are to meet the Univer-
sity of Indiana Friday afternoon.
Coach Lauren P. Brown took 10
men along. Capt. Kenneth A. Waite
headed the squad, which included
such State aces as Gerard Boss,
George Grantham, Arthur Green,
Robert Hills, Harold Sparks, Harry
Butler, Pete Fager, Dick Frey and
William Mansfield.

For Champaign AS I D 6
T h is Morning _ _ _ _IRVIN
33 Players Make Trip; Punts, Passes, Etc. . .
Kinsey Only New Man Thumbing through a few stray
On mprvedSqud ,sheets . ..
n Improved Squad Against Michigan in 1924 Red
Grange handled the ball five times
cI feel that we have an excellent, and reeled off runs of 95. 67, 56, 45
chance of beating Illinois Saturday' and 15 yards, scoring four touch-
Coach Harry Kipke commented after downs. It was all done in fifteen
watching his gridders go through minutes, without the use of mirrors
their final workout before leaving for or anaesthetics ... The longest punt
Champaign this morning. "Theylook
good and the squad in general is in on record was booted by Dick Crayne,
fine shape,"he said. Iowa star of several years ago, who
Kipke was very pleased with the stood seven yards behind his own goa]
showing that the squad has made all line and booted to the opposing team's
week. Yesterday's practice session five-yard stripe-a 102-yard kick ...
which lasted a full two hours includ- Bradley Robinson of St. Louis Uni-
ed drills in every department of the versily tossed a football 1906 tha
game and indicated that the squad is traveled 87 yards for a touchdown ..-.
in as good if not better shape than A gent named "Snooks" Dowd
it has been for any of the previous once curled his coach's thin locks
games. by running 210 yards for a touch-

LINES

battle with Ray Fisher's freshmen
this afternoon, but Cliff Keen
S andRay Courtright can't muster
enough talent. Jack Kinsey, their
fullback and ace kicker, was pro-
moted to the Varsity squad this

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Kipke Takes 33 Men
Following the workout, Kipke an-'
nounced that 33 men will make the
trip to Champaign. The team will
entrain at 8:16 a.m. this morning.
The squad making the trip will be
the same one with but few exceptions
that travelled to Iowa.
Ed Kinsey, fullback, who has been
brought up from the "B" team will
make the trip as a fullback replace-
ment. He is the only new face on the
squad, however. Derwood Laskey and
Ronald Savilla will be left at home
because of injuries. Laskey strained
a groin muscle in practice this week
and Savilla has had a recurrence of
an old sprain in the instep of his
right foot. i
Fred Olds was tentatively named .
to go with the team but his name was U
later scratched from the list because s
he has not sufficiently recovered from d
an injury that has kept him out thus b
far. C
Emphasize Offense, Defense s
Yesterday's practice laid less em-n
phasis on fundamentals and stressed .
offensive and defensive tactics. Theo
first and second elevens rehearsedC
running and passing plays at quitec
some length and then were sentL
through a defensive drill against Illinio
plays. Stark Ritchie was placed inS
the opposing frosh backfield in orderi
to insure more accuracy on passes
and cause the Varsity secondary to
press harder with their aerial defense.
Included on the first string crew
which worked together withouti
change all afternoon were John Nich-
olson and Danny Smick at ends, Don
Siegel and Bill Smith at tackles, John
Brennan and Ralph Heikkinen at
guards, Joe Rinaldi at center, and
Doug Farmer, Fred Trosko, Bill Bar-
clay and Tex Stanton in the back-
field.
Kipke is still undecided as to which
center he will start. It may depend_
upon the kind of offense that the
Illini uncork that will decide whether
Rinaldi or Archie Kodros will play
the major portion of the game. Ri-
naldi has the edge on pass defense
but Kodros rates number one against
a running attack.
Game May Feature Aerials
The great amount of emphasis
placed on passing this week both
from the offensive and defensive
standpoints indicates that a great
part of Saturday's game will be
played in the air. Both the Illini and
the Wolverines have strong lines and
either or both teams may find it
necessary to take to the air in order
to gain ground.
In any event, the Varsity looks
ready and a defeat will bring forth
no alibis from the coaching staff for
they feel that the team is as well
prepared as possible for the battle.
Making the trip are Elmer Gedeon,
Harold Floersch, Dan Smick, Art Val-
pey, John Nicholson and Joe Rogers,
ends; Fred Janke, Dennis Kuhn, Earl
Luby, Don Siegel and Bill Smith,
tackles; Ralph Ileikkinen, George
Marzonie, John Brennan, Ernie Pe-
derson, Fred Ziem and Clarence Van-
dewater, guards; Capt. Joe Rinaldi,
Archie Kodros and Horace Tinker,
centers; and Doug Farmer, Bob
Campbell, Wally Hook, John Kinsey,
Louis Levine, Norm Nickerson, Bo
Piotrowski, Norm Purucker, Hercules
Renda, Tex Stanton, Fred Trosko,
Bill Barclay, and Stark Ritchie, backs.
I-M Volleyball
Alpha Kappa Lambda 15-15, Sig-
ma Nu 10-10.
Pi Lambda Phi 15-15, Sigma Nu
I10-10.
Trigon 15-15, Hermitage 6-7.
Theta Chi 15-15, Trigon 10-12.
Hermitage 15-15, Phi Kappa Psi
10-10.
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down. It was in a Lehigh-Lafay-
ette game and Dowd ran in the
wrong direction, circled around
the. goal posts and backtracked
the length of the field for the
score . . . A Babe Herman in
moleskins ... In 1929 Haven High
School in Kansas defeated neigh-
boring Sylvia 256 to 0 . . . Mich-
igan once tanned West Virginia,
130 to 0, Buffalo, 128 to 0 and
Michigan State, 119 to 0 . . . 0,
stalling, eh! . . . A Sam York of
Centenary once kicked 172 field
goals in succession . . . Big Bill
Edwards of Princeton lost 30
pounds in one game ...
Finland may get the 1940 Olympics
f Japan persists in its belligerence
.. Note Michigan: Lowell Spurgeon,
U. of Ill. grid captain, spent the
ummer touring the state of Illinois
distributing football posters and
building goodwill . . Now that the
Cubs have signed Tony Lazzeri, pre-
sumably as a coach, Gabby Hartnett
must feel like a stepchild in a hovel
. . Hartnett had covetous eyes castC
on the Wrigley managerial post, when
Grimm retires, but Lazzeri's presence
complicates matters . . . Incidentally,
Lazzeri and Lou Gehrig were the
only Yankees in the last World's
Series who played with the devastat-
ing 1927 team .. .
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week; Charles Bowers, Fred Continuing their drive towards the
Cushing and Ed Frutig, ends, are Interfraternity speedball champion-
shelved owing to injuries, as are ship, Phi Delta Theta yesterday
Herm Ulevitch and Jerry Belsky, downed Sigma Alpha Mu by a score
guards, and Dave Gates, the run- of 10 to 1. In the other speedball
ner and passer game of the afternoon Sigma Chi
defeated Theta Xi 10 to 7 in a game
Brenna~,n A Grind ? ? ? which had the latter part played in
the dark.
Harry Reike, veteran backstroker, Once again the Phi Delt team was
and John Brennan, Varsity guard, paced in their scoring by Dave Hunn.
were jibing each other on the tough- By lingering around their opponents
ness of their respective college courses. goal, Hunn was able to push across
Reike complained long and loudly of a total of six points. George Peter-
the time he expended at his studies, son came after Hunn in the Phi Delt
whereupon Brennan, who is enrolled scoring by accounting for three tal-
in an allegedly easy Physical Educa- lies. Joe Barasa made their tenth
tion course countered, "Why, I study score while Levy received credit for
every Thursday night from 10 to the sole Sigma Alpha Mu point.
11.. " In the other game between the
Wally Weber spotted a pair Sigma Chis and Theta Xi, both
of freshmen walking over to pro- teams were forced to play the last
vide the Varsity with a bit of quarter in the dark. Theta Xi had
live bait, and nothing typifies a three to one lead over their op-
Wally's unquenchable spirit more ponents at the end of the first half,
than his exhortation: "Run, but lost this immediately after the
frosh! We run at Michigan, we start of the third quarter. Bob
don't walk." And the shameful Reutter made a three point goal for
freshmen immediately caught the the State Street team which gave
idea as they broke into a trot to them the lead that they kept to the
join their mates . . . end.
Saturday's game between the Illini Not satisfied with this slim lead
and Michigan will betarubber one they had, John Hinkleyrushed the
between Kipke and Zuppke. Each Theta Xi goal and accounted for two
have won four since 1929, the be- more goals. Bill Mason and Paul
,ginning of Kip's regime here, al- Simpson led the Theta Xis in last
though the Wolverines hold a dis- minute drives toward. the Sigma Chi
tinct edge in total points scored, goal, and although they scored four
with 125 to the Illini's 32. Michigan points between them, they were un-
won by the top-heavy scores of 35-0 able to overcome the large margin
and 32-0 in '31 and '33 . .. the Sigs had built up.
VARSITY TRACK MEN I-M Volleyball
There will be a meeting of all
candidates for the Varsity track Phi Kappa Sigma 15-15, Alpha
squad today at 4:15 in Yost Field Kappa Lambda 11-6.
House. Phi Kappa Sigma 15-16, Chi Phi
This is an important meeting 12-14.
and all men should be present. _I
-Charles B. Hoyt, Coach. ii

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