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rTUESDAY, NOV.z2,1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Football SquadGets

Vacation As Kipke Holds Skull Session

Film Of Game
Shown; Scout ASI D E
ReportsHeard _By VIN
Fundamentals To Receive Speaking With C'ndor...I
Attention In Workouts; However pleasant and heartening,
Squad In Fine Condition or even easy, it might be to report
'_Michigan beat Illinois Saturday by
Michigan's football team got its smart, alert, aggressive football, can-
Mcigs eaasionoftballeam goteits*dor compels the admission that an
first real vacation of the year yester- Illini defensive lapse and a 155-pound
day as Coach Harry G. Kipke called cake of ice called Fred Trosko treated
off the regular practice session and the Wolverines to a victory.
* devoted the afternoon to a skull ses- After Illinois fumblingly acquired
sion in preparation for Chicago's in- a touchdown, Bob Zuppke's day ap-
vasion on Saturday. peared complete. Hadn't his men
,The team spent an hour and a pushed the Wolverines around during
half at the Union viewing movies of the first half? Hadn't Kipke's charges
Saturday's fracas with Illinois and failed to progress any farther on
listened to Coach Ray Courtright's offense than their own 38-yard line?
scouting report on Chicago. Michigan had revealed about as much
Practical Today punch as an armless pugilist, and the
Active practice session will resume old grads seemed to be spending more
today according to Kipke with stress'time watching the 10 lovely dolls, live
on offense and fundamentals. Kipke ones, seatedtalong the Illinois side-
was pleased on the whole with the rlines than theydidm andering the
team's play against the Illini except relatively dull skirmishing on the
for the numerous fumbles committed field
by the backs. Tackling, blocking and Then like a lightning thrust in the
ball handling will again receive em- { dark, the Wolverines snapped into
phasis, and a few new plays will be c action. Bill Bar-
introduced, he 'added. clay who is grad-
Hot weather during the practice ul attainin
session and game last week had taken fame astarp e-
a lot out of the team physically, Kipke ter ceptor, per-
stated, and the layoff of yesterday trmed is specia-
was called because he felt the squad ty anhwas roppe
needed a rest.sown4-
Pass defense will not receive as' xious were the oys
much emphasis as during the past to move, both sides
two weeks, Kipke added. The work of were offside on the
the Wolverines in this department next play. Then
Saturday was highly satisfactory, the Trosko threw a
Illini throwing 18 passes and com- Barclay pass to Dan Smick
pleting only five for gains of 49 yards. on the Illinois' 47-the first time
Two of the Illinois tosses were inter- Michigan had the ball in Illinois ter-
cepted by Michigan, Bill Barclay ritory.
starting off the Michigan rally that Trosko then bolted through his
led to a score with his interception, right tackle for six yards and a
and Lou Levine putting the game on first down. Barclay followed on a
ice with his in the closing moments. !reverse for four more yards, and
Line-Up Same when Trosko lost two yards on
The lineup that will face the Ma- an end sweep, it looked like the
roons is virtually the same one that boys were only kidding again.
opened the Illini game, Kipke stated. But then the lapse: On the next
The team is nearing top physical play, Trosko ran to his right,
shape with Joe Savilla and Fred Olds, faded sharply as the Illini sec-
tackle and guard respectively, round- ondary was sucked to the right,
ing into condition as there were no and threw a pass to big John
appreciable injuries received at the Nicholson, who was prancing to
hands of the Illini. the left, 15 yards from anyone.
As to Chicago, Kipke stated that he "Nick" hauled it in on the run
was expecting the Maroons to do a and went unmolested the rest of
lot of passing Saturday. "They have the way.
a pretty good ball club," he said, At this juncture, Coach Kipke sent
"With plenty of reserves. It is a teal Doug Farmer back into the game, tc
quite capable of giving us a real hold the ball for Trosko's kick. Louie
battle." Levine had engineered the sudder
revival of Michigan and was accord-
PACKERS LEAD LEAGUE ingly backslapped by the coaches
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. -()-The when he emerged from the fray.
champion Green Bay Packers con- Wally Weber's enthusiasm reached
tinue to lead the National Football such bounds that he mussed up
League in ground gaining and scor- Louie's hair in downright exuberance.

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I-M SPORTS FOR TODAY Returning Lettermen In Seven !
___ Speedball:
L IN 5:15 Alpha Delta Phi vs. Theta Ma
LNES Delta Chi Divisions Brighten Mat Hopes
Alpha Tau Omega vs. Phi
Sigma Delta
LISAGOR Volleyball: By BUD BENJAMIN will be moved down to 155 pounds
8:00 Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Zeta With veterans in all but one of this year after a year at 165. During
the ball from center, and the coaches Psi the eight weight divisions, Michigan's his sophomore year, Danner won five
sprang to their feet. Here was high Kappa Sigma vs. Sigma varsity wrestlers are slated to make of is seven macnes by falls and
drama. Chi a strong bid for championship honorso se en ay ees upytfalhe n -
But no one among the crowd looked 8:45 Theta Xi vs. Alpha Sigma Coach Cliff Keen's forces, runners- s H defeat e Con-
as calm and assured as Trosko. He ihg in Bference meet. He was defeated in the
didn't even bother with taking his Kp nD t BiTn hisas year lost finals at that time to win second
Kap et hov.u oIllinois last year, have plchors
helmet off-a dramatic touch applied Theta Delta Chi Capt. Frank Bissell by graduation and place honors.
by almost every Forrest "Butch" Jordan, who dropped Frank Morgan and Dick Tasch are
showman in the out of school, but there are adequate lettermen fighting for the 165 pound
business. He mere- replacements in all but the heavy- berth although there is a possibility
ly hunched his w S weight division. that one will be moved up to 175
s h o u 1 d e r s and Led by Co-captains Earl Thomas pounds. At this weight Don Nichols,
kicked the point W in R ecorded and John Speicher, the matmen are younger brother of Harold, has the
that crushed the certain to be up there during the im- edge, but he may be used as a heavy-
Illini hopes and (_ N Iending season, and barring unfor- weight which would mean the shift-
brought Zuppke to 'LBy K appaL11 L11 seen injuries should press Illinois and ing either Tasch or Morgan.
the sidelines with a Indiana for first place this year.
couple of subs un- Kappa Nu battled its way into a Speicher Back WE RECOMMEND MILAN
ier his arm. Kiplrp.W EO MEDMLN
A n d e r s o n a n three way tie for first place in its I Speicher, who finshed second in thejF
Weber were seat- league in the Inter fraternity speed- Conference last season, will be back
again, not on ball for his third year of 118 pound com-
ed agintnbl preliminaries yesterday after- Iptto.WeJhwodopdol A K N
the edge of their Trosko noon at South Ferry Field when they one match last season-that one to 324 South State
seats, but a little more comfortably. pushed past the Chi Psi's to take a Two Bits Myers, Conference champ__
Their jobs were still secure, and the 6 to 2 victory -is a certain starter at the opening
howling wolves were again frustrated,
at least temporarily. Even in the The Chi Psi's took an early lead division.
hecticity of the moment we couldn't1 and were still holding a 2 to 1 margin Thomas. Big Ten titleholder. re-
help thinking what a hazardous busi- at the half time. Late in the third turns 135bpoundd Ea inure
ness this coaching. quarter and throughout the fourth of the Conference meet last year that
Illinois outplayed Michigan; the quarter the Kappa Nu's put on a sus- he was unable to use it during the re-
statistics verify that. But Michigan 'tained drive that netted them five mainder of the match, but he went on
won, 7 to 6. If victory is what was tallies in nearly as many minutes. to win the title with one arm. He
wanted, victory is what was gotten. Led by Phil Field who scored three should do fairly well with two this
But we resented the press box cynic, points for the high of the game, the Iseason.productionina
who nudged his operator during the Kappa Nu's swept down the fields At 126 pounds, Paul Cameron re- quired in 75 yea
second quarter and left a halftime five times in succession to score. tnsNEi
call as he snored meaningfully. The In the only other game of the ion was Cameron's nemesis last year,
same guy had cracked earlier, "This afternoon Phi Beta Delta took its although he went on to nab third
game is a cinch to be scoreless un-;winning streak to three straight whenjplace in the Conference.
less they import two other teams." they won over Alpha Kappa Lambda At 145 pounds, Harold Nichols is
It was good to see him wince when 6 to 4. back after a semester of service. Nich- WE HAVE A FULL LI
the scoring finally occurred. With the score tied at three all at ols, a second semester sophomore. The ps
* * * the half Phi Beta Delta pulled slowly performed creditably during the lat-ThPipes
What Again? into a lead which they kept until the ter half of the season. MILLER 1D
, Agai *? *whistle blew. Lee Dicker of Phi Beta Danner Goes To 155
We didn't do so well on our football Delta was high point man of the Harland Danner, the most colorful 727 North University
predictions Saturday. Need we say game with three tallies to his credit. and aggressive wrestler of the team,
more? Listen:----_-
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short note at this time due to A l. , .}j: NN S
some untoward occurences over ' M 117 ,;:;.gU "r.,"S7 IM"
the week-end. Last Saturday
about 6 p.m. I was contentedly
munching my high tea in one of j. ' u....,
Ann Arbor's fly-specked food em-
poria when I purchased a late
football extra and began to com-
pare your predictions with the
results of the autumnal struggles.
When it finally dawned on me
that you had picked over half
wrong I fell into a fit of laughter
and was arrested by the local
constabulary, gendarmerie, ges-
tapo, ogpu,. cheka, Schupos or
what have you and spent the last
two days in the local bastille,
(Ed. note: Where he belongs!)
trying to convince Ann Arbor's
finest (no plug intended) that I
was not intentionally disturbing
the peace but only indulging in a
little well-merited scorn of the
Daily's fat-headed so-called self-
styled "sports expert." Released
this morning in time to get to myI-
classes I have not yet had time
to fully analyze your full list of
glorious blunders but will so do
4shortly in another epistle.
Affectionately,
-Falstaff.
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Osgood's Record Is
Up For Recognition
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.-(11)--A total
of 136 American record performances
in track and field, swimming, weight
lifting and horseshoe pitching, the
fruit of more than a year's assaults
on time and space, will be presented
for approval at the Amateur Athletic
Union Convention in Boston, Nov.
13-15.
Most notable of the 16 outdoor
American records presented are the
feats of Bob Osgood of Michigan in
the 120-yard hurdles and Earle
Meadows and Bill Sefton of Southern
California in the pole vault. Their
efforts cracked existing world marks.
Read It In The Daily
J PIPES
)R A SATISFYING SMOKE.
FLETCHER
818 South State

INE OF MILANO PIPES,
that Satisfy.
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But Farmer was kneeling to receive

BIG TEN ROUNDUP

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ILLINI REST
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 1.-(i)-
Coach Bob Zuppke rested his Illinois
first string team today but put his
second squad through a long prepara-
tion for the Northwestern battle at
Evanston Saturday. The Illini came
through the Michigan game without
a serious injury.
PREPARE FOR GOPHERS
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 1.-(Al)-
Wasting no time in his preparation
for the homecoming game against
Minnesota here next Saturday, Coach
Erl Tubbs began today to set a de-
fense for the famed Gopher power
plays, and in addition, dug into his[
own bag of tricks for some new playsI
to spring in the contest. The coach
laid particular stress on power plays.j
BADGERS LOAF
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 1.-(P)-
Wisconsin's varsity had its first day
qff today since the season opened,
with no game scheduled for this
week-end. Big Ten competition will
be resumed Nov. 13 when the Badgers
A.P. Grid Poll
Shows Bears
Again On Top,
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.-(A)-For the
third successive week and without
anything approaching serious debate,
California's all-conquering Golden
Bears occupy the national pigskin
peak.
The Bears were the No. 1 choice of
49 out of 62 writers, and topped the
list with 600 points out of a possible
620. At the same time Alabama, Bay-
lor, Fordham and Nebraska rode to
higher ratings for the week on the
crest of a fresh wave of votes.
Here's the latest tabulation, scor-
ing each team on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-
2-1 basis and with first place votes
indicated in brackets:

meet Purdue here in the annual Dad's
Day game. Regular practice will be
resumed tomorrow.
ERRORS POINTED OUT
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 1.-(A)-Er-
rors of commission and omission were
pointed out today by Coach Bernie
Bierman to his Minnesota football
players as they started preparations
for the game with Iowa at Iowa City
Saturday.
In addition to viewing movies of
the Notre Dame game Saturday, won
by the Irish 7-6, the players heard
Sheldon . Beise, former Gopher star
now on the coaching staff, predict
that the Iowa team would bear
watching.
HOOSIERS DOWNCAST
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 1.-(R)
-Somewhat downcast by their 7-0
loss to Nebraska, Indiana University's
gridmen turned to workouts on de-
fense today in preparation for Sat-
urday's game with Ohio State
There was one note of encourage-
ment in the Indiana camp--none of
the players was hurt in the Nebraska
affray.
RAMS NEXT FORNPURDUE
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 1.-OIP)-
With only three possible days of prac-
tice before they leave for New York
Thursday, Purdue's Boilermakers
had to do without their usual Mon-
day vacation today.
The regulars did not scrimmage
but they worked out in dummy drills
on offensive formations in prepara-
tion for next Saturday's battle with
Fordham.
MAROON CENTER OUT
CHICAGO, Nov. 1.-(P)---George
Antonic, veteran lineman who has
seen much service at center, is lost to
the Chicago Maroons for the remain-
der of the season as a result of a knee
injury suffered against Ohio State
The Maroons practiced offense in a
short drill today, hopeful of upsetting
Michigan Saturday.
VANZO IS RECOVERED
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 1.-(P)-
Northwestern's Wildcats viewed mov-
ie of their conquest of Wisconsin

YANKEES PAID OFF
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.-(,P)-Twenty-
six members of the world champion
New York Baseball Club, including
Manager Joe McCarthy, the coaches
and trainer Erle (Doc) Painter, have
been mailed checks for $6,471.11 each
as a result of their World Series vic- k
tory over the Giants, the office of
Baseball Commissioner K. M. Landis'
announced today.
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RE'S excitement, football, and love,
crammed into a fast new novel by the
who wrote "Pigskin Preview" ... All-
can prospect Larry Todd hits the cam-
and declares one-man, war against
sional, "razzle-dazzle" 'style football.
en steals the coach's girl! In four fast
lments, starting today.

BEGIN A NEW NOVEL

love and high-pressure football
FRANCIS WALLACE
f"Kid Galahad" and "The Double Ride"

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