THURSDAY, NOV. 4,1937
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Siegel For Starting Position Against Chicago
Kipke Moves I
To First Line
Fear Of Overconfidence;
Assails Coach As Team
Romps Through Drill
Fred Janke, the man of two posi-
tions and three different squads this,
year, made another transition last
night-this one the most surprising
of them all.
The husky Jackson junior was
moved up to the regular left tackle
post ingyesterday's practice session
replacing Don Siegel, who spent the
entire afternoon with the second
The permanence of this move, ac-
cording to Coach Harry G. Kipke, is
still a matter of conjecture. Janke
has shown fine form since his return
to tackle after an early season trial
at fullback, and today, Kipke stated,
he is pushing Siegel for starting
Kipke also stated that there was a
good chance that Janke would be
the starting tackle against Chicago
Saturday but emphasized that the
team needed two left tackles and both
would see service.
Piotrowski To Full
Detroit, Toronto In NHL Opener
1T I AT V Q
- NEW YORK, Nov. 3.-,)--The cur-
tains will be raised on the 1937-38
Iproduction of the National Hockey
League tomorrow night. On stage,
derful game of football out there to- front and center, will be two of this
By IRVIN LISAGOR'
Psych Transit, Etc. snatch the necessary gusto for the
YESTERDAY, DUE to psychological
provocation, our synapses weren't But alas and alack!. Fred Janke
working so hot, and the frequency was installed at left tackle on the
curve must have shimmied like a first team. And lo and behold!
seismograph on Vesuivius. And the Don Siegel was fraternizing with
telegram from Chicago didn't help the second stringers. And Siegel
either. "How about a special feature the man of the hour in Chicago!
on Don Siegel," it read. The wintry A potential all-star! Else, why did
nip without discouraged a jaunt down they want a feature on him? Did-
to Ferry Field, so in the files we bur- not long-distance Detroit writ-
rowed for dope. But inspiration was ers label him the leader for which
still lacking, and frozen marrow or the Wolverines have waited these
no, the metropolitan area must be many years? Didn't Northwes-
served. To Ferry Field we shivered, tern call him a whiz?
day, and I'll spit in the eye of anyone
who says no." . . . To which Levi
Hamity, Maroon halfback answered,
"Well, get ready to spit!"
Ted Petoskey, Michigan's All-
American end a few years ago,
was tough! ... To wit: During a
basketball game, he had gotten a
gash in his head somehow but
evidently didn't realize it . . . He
rubbed his hand over his cranium,
then looked at his palm and
shouted, "Hey, stop the game.
Somebody's bleedin'!" . . .
winter's likeliest contenders, with a
backdrop supplied by last year's two
At Toronto wily Connie Smythe and
silent Dick Irvin, his right-and left-
hand man, will send their big, fast
and predominantly young Maple
Leafs against Detroit. The Red Wings,
Stanley Cup and League Champions
two years in a row, are out to set an
N.H.L. record with three successive
The other opening battle. will be
played at Chicago. It pairs the two
also-rans, the American division's
I Chicago Blackhawks and the New
Ito w:z ch Siegel cavort and thereby'
Big Fred Janke, who had a try
at the fullback position but found
his way back into the more fa-
miliar tackle slot, has, shown such
a return to his last year's form that
he supplanted Don Siegel at left
tackle in yesterday's practice.
Janke will undoubtedly see service
in the Chicago game Saturday re-
gardless of who wins the starting
Phi Delts Turn
On Tutors As
Hunn Tallies 71
Haights' Late Goal Wins
For DU's; Theta Xi, Phi
Another likely change is the switch Mann Set To Lift There ain't no justice.
of Bob Piotrowski from wingback to
fullback. There is a dearth of re- CurtainOn ter Phi Delta Theta, a team that Herm
serves in this position, and Piotrow- Fishman and his cohorts at the Phi
ski, a fast man and capable blocker, C n atuy Beta Delta house taught the rudi-
will probably fill the bill. ments of speedball no more than
Exuberance on the part of the play- three weeks ago, turned on their tu-
ers featured yesterday's workout. By STEWART FITCH tors yesterday afternoon at South
They snapped through their plays Coach Matt Mann of the swimming Ferry Field and bludgeoned them into
with a lot of pep, the chatter was team, lately coming into his own as a a 12-5 defeat.
ample, and the team seems to bewas mate y owmn intl s to as t Stringer Scores Fluke
fit mentally as they are physically(master showman, is all set to raise the The undefeated Phi Delts were held
for Saturday's tussle. curtain on his fourth annual swim in check throughout the first half and
Kipke, however, refuses to go out festival Saturday night. were tied with the Phi B.D.'s at four
on a limb in predicting a victory forl Coach Mann is like P. T. Barnum all at thepeul inthehal T were
aday. gAmid" crie oaf usher" in that he knows what the public by the end of the third quarter, but in
and "big score" on the part of Mich-
igan rooters, the coach remains con- likes and gives it to them. Unlike I the last stanza they ran wild and
servative in his outlook :for Saturday. Barnum, however, who said that a scored six points. In the late min-j
sucker was born every minute, Matt utes of the game the scoring machinei
Memories of 1932 when a highly Mann knows that he is dishing out of Don Brewer, to Tommy HarmonI
touted Michigan squad was pushed
to the limit by a grim and stubborn more than 40 cents worth of enter- to Dave Hunn swept down the field
Maroon defense returned to the coach tainment. without hindrance time after time.
yesterday. At that time, he pointed Spiced With Variety Hunn rattled home 7 counters for
out, it took two long runs by the ver- Pulchritude, beatiful ballet in the high scoring honors.
satile Harry Newman, one of 77 yards water, speed, endurance and aerial Phi Beta Delta's only tally in theg
in the first quarter and one of 27 gymnastics both from the low and second half came when Marsh Strin- j:
yards in the final period, for the Wol- high springboards with a little comedy ger, Phi Delt forward, accidentallyi
verines to eke out a 12 to 0 win, thrown in is the order for Saturday touched the ball as it rolled into the:
night's big gala. end zone and it was counted as a
Kipke Jittery, .. Phi B.D. goal.
Kipke is hoping that his favored Michigan's Varsity, which is termed
Michigan machine of 1937 won't stall by Matt Mann as "even better than Theta Xi thoroughly trounced Chi
on Saturday as they did in 1932. On last year's Big Ten and National Col- Phi in a play-off opener with a 14
paper the Wolverines are faitly cer- legiate championship outfit," will to 4 victory after putting on a fierce
tain of victory, he pointed out, but show its wares for the first time this second half drive that netted them
an off day, a fumbling hangover year. Sprints, long distance grinds nine points. Although they were hold-
from last Saturday's Illini fiasco, or and relays will be featured. i by aDick Gerkesmeyr rthe halfled
similar ailments may put a rapid end With an eye to the tastes of the scorer of the game, the Theta Xi's
to wild pre-game predictions. gentleman followers of aquatics, were at no time pressed ard
Yesterday's'session was of the usual Coach Mann has procured the To- D.U.'s Trim S.A.E.
fundamental plus dummy scrimmage ronto Dolphinettes, -three exponents In'a late thriller Delta Upsilon eked
type. The first team backs were of beauty and grace in the water, out a slim victory over Sigma AlphaI
drilled on pass defense with Wally to appear on the program. To top Epsilon by a 8 to 6 score. Trailing
Hook, yearling gridder Dave Strong, that off he is also importing four mer- i5 to 6 with less than a minute to
and Bob Campbell doing the tossing' maids from the Detroit Athletic Club IlayoB6gsiHhighss tha a minte to
to the first string ends. to swim in a sprint relay against the rpl d aigtd go of the
to dropped a field goal between the~
Coaches Hunk Anderson and Cappy Toronto girls, uprights for three points that spelled
Cappon took this opportunity to po1- Youth To Be Served victory for the D.U.'s.
iqup the line's blocking and tech- The master craftsman of showman- Phi Kappa Tau won their first
pique. ship has even provided something for game of the play-off series when they
Frosh Play Target the younger set. The top notch high easily defeated Sigma Phi Epsilon'
Next came work on offense and de- school relay teams of this region will 6 to 3.
fense. The Freshmen worked Chi- be here to go through their paces.
cago plays against both the first and There will be no barkers or gaudy
second string teams with the odd banners, nor will there be ushers
team running through plays against attired in tails.
the third stringers. 1
And Janke. Wasn't he the fullback
arlier in the year, the fullback who
never played? Let's see .. . he played
bit of tackle last year, all right ...
And was touted as a real comer, but
dt hurt before curfew . . . Humm,
ooks good in there, no? Uses his
hands smartly and won't be pushed
around . . . A funny game this foot-
ball . . . But what about Siegel, and
our Chicago piece . . . Back to the
office we dashed, our synapses miss-
ng, our cerebral cortex in a whirl ...
Take a wire to Chi . . . "Sic transit
gloria mundi . . . " Maybe they'll
understand . .
Beaver A Blackhawk' .. .
Vic "The Beaver" Heyliger, who
captained Michigan's h o c k e y
team last season, has been re-
tained by the Chicago Black-
hawks in the pro circuit. Vic
signed a contract for several more
dollars than he intended'asking
his new bosses for, and isn't com-
plaining at all. Being one of three
recruits with the Hawks, he
won'tdress for every game be-
cause of a hockey rule permitting
only 15 men in uniform. But
whenever the occasion demands,
he'll hop into his pads and give-
for alma money. Which is why
Gib James is smiling so broadly
these days ...
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field as targets for the Varsity crew.
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