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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3,1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Gehringer Gets
Most Valuable
Player Award

I-M Depar
Squash

tment Plans Cold Weather
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Detroit's Second
Draws 78 Of
80 Votes

Baseman'
Possiblel

A general get-to-gether at 4:30
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4 at the I-M
building for those who are interested
in the sport of squash was announced
yesterday by the Intramural Sports
Department.
The meeting will be under the di-
rection of Leroy Weir, and its pur-I
pose is to get a regular course of in-
struction under way so that those
unfamiliar with the sport of squash
may prepare for the extensive tourna-
ment schedule which has been ar-
ranged for this fall and winter.
As Interfraternity competition in
squash will be a feature of the I-Mj

Charlie Gehringer,
baseman of the Detr
awarded baseball'si
award yesterday when
most valuable player in
League.
In a vote taken byE
of the Baseball Write
Gehringer, 34-year-old
polled 78 of a possible8
writer cast one vote ea
10 nominations. Gehr
firsts and two second1
tions.
DiMaggio drew two
second place votes fora
74.
Gehringer was chos
cause of the brilliant a
that has made him on
standout second-sacke
third Detroit player to
since the baseball write
ing the award in 19
Mickey Cochrane won i
baseman Hank Green
Greenberg and Lou
Yanks, the 1936 winner
in the balloting this ye
was 30 points behindt
Gehrig six behind tr
sacker.
Gehringer's entire
career has been spent
troit club. Since becor
in 1926, he has fallen1
marlk in batting onlyt
time average is .329 a
he led the AmericanI
.369 mark.
In the two World Se
with the Tigers, Gehr
.377 clip. He is the l
among veterans who h
ed in all five all-star m1
The list of the first fi
cludes:
Player and Club
Charles Gehringer, De
Joe DiMaggio, New Yo
Hank Greenberg, Detr(
Lou Gehrig, New York
Luke Sewell, Chicago
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star second
it Tigers was
most coveted
he was named
a the American
eight members
rs Association,!
Tiger veteran,
80 points. Each
ch for his first
ringer drew six
place nomina-

Light Workout
Kipke To Stress Defense;
Full Squad To Returny
To Today's Drill
A biting cold wind yesterday after-
noon put an added snap and pepper
into Michigan's football squad as the
squad went through its first practice'
since the Illinois game. The weather
was in direct contrast to last week's
warm spell which slowed up the team
considerably in its workouts.
The drill sessions this afternoon
will revert once more to defensive
play, but will not feature pass de-
fense as much as was done last week,

winter sports program, many
converts are expected to take
vantage of this opportunity.

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....... .o.,.. 4achi arry Kipke smLeta.
SsxiVarsityWorks LightlyI
first and six State Reserves Kipke allowed his first string out-'
a point total of fit another day of much needed rest
when he had the eleven that played
en largely be- HereS turthe major part of Saturday's game1
all-around play practice punting and punt receiving
e of baseball's Michigan's Junior Varsity football and running through a -few newI
b.e s hred team will meet the Michigan State plays.
a be so hono Reserves in a return game Saturday The second and third teams, how-
rs began mak- morning on Ferry Field in quest of ever, put in a stiff afternoon. They
931. Managerthifwere each pitted against freshman
n 1934 and first their first victory of the season. squads in intensive scrimmages. The
berg in 1935. In the previous meeting between Varsity teams found no trouble at
Gehrig of the, the two schools, the Lansing team all in gaining ground through the
, were far back was considerably outplayed by the frosh lines and moved up and down
ar. Greenberg Wolverines, but emerged on the long the field at will.
Gehringergand end of a 7-6 score by virtue of a 95- The entire squad will take part in
he Tiger first yard return of a punt by quarter- today's workouts although Axchie
back Hartnacke. Michigan was de- Kodros, who is suffering slightly from
feated by Detroit Tech, 7-0, in its an ankle injury may not work out
major league only other start. assrnosy
wtth - Coaches Keen and Courtright of Two Freshmen Injured
ming a regular the Jayvees are thankful that their In the second eleven Louis Levine
below the .300 team's proposed scrimmage with the called signals with Hercules Renda,
twice. His life freshmen was cancelled. The extra Wally Hook, Tex Stanton and John
nd last season week of rest will undoubtedly give the Kinsey alternating in the backfield.
League with a injured members of the squad a Every one of the backs broke through
chance to recover, holes in the yearling wall for sub-
eries he played The squad is expected to be at full { stantial gain.
inger hit at a strength for the game with the Spar- I As further proof that the Varsity
eading slugger tans. Only Charles Bowers, end can- men were in earnest in their workoutI
ave participat- didate, who has been troubled with yesterday, two freshmen left practice'
id-season tilts. a shoulder injury all season is likely with nose injuries. Jack Grant, the
ive selected in- to miss Saturday's battle. Herm Ule- more seriuosly injured was sent to
vitch ,and Jerry Belsky returned to the University Hospital with a broken
Total Pts. their:guard posts during yesterday's nose.
etroit .....78 practice, while Captain Dave Gates is
rk ........74 ready for backfield duty.
oit ......... 48 The team is likely to line up the Cooper
.. .....42 same as in the two previous games, H arry
.. ........ 22 with the possible exception of Jack
- Kinsey, fullback and punter, who Se iected, B e s t
was promoted to the Varsity last
ed Beer week. In Golf World
The probable Michigan line-up will
e Delivery consist of, Cushing and Penvenne, _
Market ends, Kramer and Weiner at tackles, NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-(/P)-AI-
Ulevitch and Belsky at guards,Hu- NW YR, ov 2.(PAl
Phone 3205 Uoea centera Och, GateRk though Harry Cooper of Chicago, fa-
etts, and either Kingery or Court- moos as golf's also-ran, couldn't win
ney in the backfield. either of the major titles open to
__American professionals-the open
SPEEĀ°BALLand P.G.A. championships-he has
ae Daily SPEEBALL st about gained a strangleholdon,
Theta Delta Chi 4, Alpha Delta all the rest of the year's honors. J
_ _Phi 3. In the latest statistics releasedl
from the P.G.A. tournament bureau,
Cooper is shown as the leading money1
fwinner of the year from January 1
to November 1, the leading pointsI
scorer toward the P.G.A. trophy and;
the holder of the lowest scoring aver-
age through the tournament season.
Volle yball Scores

THE VIRUS FUMBLITIS I
AN EPIDEMIC of fumbles grippedl
the countryside Saturday. Michi-
gan was afflicted six times. So Ben-
nie Oosterbaan's funny fumbling tale
seems apropos. Bennie and Jack
Blott were scouting Northwestern
against some team several years ago,
and the Purple warriors were stricken
with a case of palsied digits, or butter
fingers. Fumbles bounded around the
gridiron like popcorn off a griddle.
A Northwestern sub was given
the high sign to warm up, and hej
started through his preliminary
squats and folk dances in front
of the bench to get the "feel
of things" he carried a ball under
his arm as he dashed back and
forth. And as he squatted, sprint-
ed, sidestepped his shadow-
alone on the sidelines-he fum-
bled the ball!
Another sub, seated next to a
heavily-coated gent with a fur-
rowed brow, nudged him and
piped, "Okay coach, he's ready!"
S* * *
CRUEL ICONOCLASM
John P. Carmichael, conductor of
"The Barber Shop" sports column in
the Chicago Daily News shaves Mich-1
igan in yesterday's pillar. Says Car-1
michael:
" . . Minnesota's efforts this sea-)
son hardly justified the things said
about it." He points out the Nebras-1
Water Circus
IOpens Season
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ka and Indiana game as partial proof,
and continues,
" ... Then came the Michigan
game and Minnesota ran riot.
Everybody relaxed and said,
"Ah." At last the Gophers were
on their way. The powerhouse
was ready to explode all over the
map . . . It is very easy to say
now, naturally, that the Gophers
were no 2-1 or 3-1 choice to

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whip Notre Dame, because we
have seen Michigan. The Wol-
verines gained only 50 odd yards
from scrimmage against Illinois
all afternoon, spent the first half
making only one first down and
never, until it scored on a 39-
yard pass in the third quarter,
got to midfield. Illinois out-
gained Michigan in almost every
department and the Illini cannot
be said to be very great shakes
this year. Which make that Min-
nesota smash at Michigan look
like an inevitable triumph over a
sort of dud Wolverine squad.
If Mr. Carmichael had been awake
when Michigan scored its pip of a
touchdown, he wouldn't be so con-
tumelious.
PARDON THE ACCURACY
Certain reporters are prone to tax
Bob Zuppke's craftiness when they
insist Ken Zimmerman, Illini back
purposely fumbled the ball across the
goal line, which Illinois recovered for
its touchdown last Saturday. Bill
Barclay knocked the ball out of Zim-
my's arms when he tackled him, and
the movies, as well as Barclay, sub-

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Fior 1wtnmers ! stantiate this.
TRACK PROPRIETY
The curtain will officially be raised In proper deference to the late
on the 1937-38 swim season this Sat- Steve Mason, its captain-elect who
urday night when the Women's A.A. passed away last summer, the Michi-
and Varsity Swim Coach Matt Mann gan track team will not elect another
put on their Fourth Annual Swim captain this year. A squad leader will
Carnival and Water Circus. be selected from the seniors for each
An inspection of the entry list for meet. Those eligible are John Town-
the races to be conducted in the I-M send, Walt Stone, Fred Martin,
pool reveal that they will leave noth- Charles Miller and Jim Kingsley.
ing to be desired in the way of keen * *
competition. DOTS AND DASHES
Matt Mann has divided his entire Elmer Layden, in his Sateve Post
swimming squad which includes the article, entitled, "I'm Following
varsity and frosh natators, into teams Rockne," sums up the task of trying
which will compete against one an- to live up to the tradition of the l
other. His medley combinations greatest football teacher of all times
should furnish the fastest and closest as "somewhat heartbreaking, most
Thcefvrt ro n the team of the time backbreaking." . . . . If
The favorite trio, and fo te columnist Wrag visited Ferry Field
that will probably perform for the these evenings for his dope, instead
Varsity during the regular season, of just guessing, it'd be a far more
Harry Rieke, backstroke, Hal Ben- {
Hsynie, 'radical .metamorphosis" thansJohn
ham, breaststroke, and TomHane Nicholson's play against Illinois..
free-style, is pitted against four otherCrtcs ofNkisuw raedfr
groups, everyone of which is strong Criticism of Nick is unwarranted, for
enough to win top honors. he's fast becoming a topnotch flank-
enoghtowi tp hnos.er.I something which Wrag prob-
Ed Kirar, Varsity captain, fully re- a .o.l.nstmeconie
covered from burns which incapaci- y.
tated him during the summer vaca-
tion will anchor a second team which IM SPORTS FOR TODAY
will also include Bill Holmes, De- Speedball:
troit city back-stroke champ, and 4:15 Phi Beta Delta vs. Phi
Johnny Haigh, promising sophomore Delta Theta
breast-stroker. Holmes is a fresh- 5:15 Chi Phi vs. Theta Xi
man, and is brother of David Holmes, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs.
varsity free-styler who will battle oni Delta Upsilon
a third team. Phi Kappa Tau vs. Sigma
With the older Holmes will be Var- Phi Epsilon
sity swimmer, Fred Robinson, and Volleyball:
none other than Jack Kasley, veteran 4:15 Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs.
of many years of college and Olympic Phi Sigma Delta
campaigning, who will compete in Delta Kappa Epsilon vs.
his specialty. Acacia
Walt Tomski, Varsity sprinter, and 5:15 Phi Kappa Psi vs. Theta
recently named on the All-America Chi
swim team will take to the water for Trigon vs. Hermitage
another trio after Beebe, backstroke Professional Fraternities:
star from Mercersburg prep, and Ed. 7:30 Alpha Omega vs. Xi Psi
Mack, powerful soph swimmer com- Chi
plete their laps. Delta Sigma Pi vs. Alpha
A fifth medley team, as tough as Kappa Psi
any of those named, will be composed 8:30 Alpha Kappa Kappa vs.
of freshmen, Barker, backstroke; Alpha Rho Chi
Wally Creighton, breaststroke, and Phi Lambda Kappa vs.
Ed Hutchens, free-style. { Theta Kappa Psi
Thus with the cream of the varsity
and freshman squads evenly distrib-
uted among five relay teams, it will
remain a toss-up as to who will be
the eventual winner.
Matt Mann pointed out yesterday
that the meet will start at seven
thirty, and will be over by approxi-
mately nine o'clock.

Zeta Psi, 15-15; Kappa Sigma,
10-10.
Sigma Chi, 15-15; Kappa Sigma,
10-10:
Sigma Alpha Mu, 15-10-15; Zeta
Psi, 9-15-8.
Sigma Alpha Mu, 15-15, Sigma
Chi, 9-2.
Theta Xi, 15-15; Alpha Sigma
Phi, 6-7.
Alpha Sigma Phi, 15-15; Kappa
Delta Rho, 10-10.
Theta Delta Chi, 15-15; Kappa
Delta Rho, 10-10.
Theta Xi, 15-16; Theta Delta Chi,
13-14.
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