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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Seeks

Third Conference

Win Over Chicago

Today

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For Easy Win
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Janke Gains Tackle Post;
Purucker May Replace
Trosko At Halfback
(Continued from Page 1)
action at Fred Trosko's tailback po-
sition.
Trosko, who was personally re-
sponsible for both Michigan victories
this season, has disappointed with
his kicking. But that notwithstand-
ing, Trosko is not likely to be for-
gotten when the going resumes its
tougher aspects.
Janke Returns
Another important change in the
Michigan lineup is the presence of
Fred Janke at left tackle. Because
he's too valuable to be refused an
opportunity, Janke has replaced Don
Siegel in the starting lineup. Last.
year, he was en route to all-star rec-
ognition as a tackle until injured in!
the Minnesota game. Earlier this
fall he was shifted to fullback, but
fizzled at that post and was returned
to the line. He will alternate with
Siegel, who has gained more than a
modicum of notice for his tackle play.
In practice last nigiht, John Kin-
sey, a'sophomore fullback, who was
recently promoted from the junior
varsity team, outkicked his team-!
mates in a punting session and may,I
as a result, be given a chance :to
utilize his specialty. Bob Piotrowski,
a senior back, has been shifted to
fullback as reserve No. 1 for Tex
Stanton.
Material Plentiful
With all these changes imminent,'
it appears that Kipke's personnel
'problem is equal to Shaughnessy's.
Fortunately, perhaps, the Michigan
coach must determine the better of
two men, not the least efficient. There
is no dearth of material in the local
camp.
A tarpaulin placed over the playing
field eliminates the possibility of a
wet gridiron, which is always an
equalizer between football teams, and
which might help Chicago.
To sum-up the tilt, Michigan is al-
most a sure victor and Chicago is
pointing to Beloit, its next opponent.
STARTING LINEUPS
Chicago Pos. Michigan
Fitzgerald......LE ....... Nicholson
Petersen .. .. LT..........Janke
Fink ........... LG .........Brennan
Greenbaum or
Peirce ......... C.......... Kodros
Anderson ..... RG ......Heikkinen
Kelley ........ RT..........Smith
Wasem.......RE .......... Smick
Hamity.......QB.........Farmer
Sherman ......LH.........Trosko
or Purucker
Valorz........RH ......... Barclay
Letts.........FB ......... Stanton
Referee: J. Masker (Northwestern);
umpire: D. Hamilton (Notre Dame);
"field judge: Lee Daniels (Loyola);
head linesman: Perry Graves (Il-
linois).
Time: 2 p.m. (EST).

To Attend WAA
SwimCarnival
Features Women's Team
From Detroit A.C. And

.o T.oa WtrongKreiccse
HoosiersTdy Shows 'Em With Kick

In Crisis Game

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"the smallest diver in captivity," :t{.}
will put on the clown act. Adolph
a star in his own right will appear.....
in a swim suit worn by somebody's I"? g
ancestors, and will attempt to make}
his retinue as funny as his costume. ,
Recent rehearsals have indicated
that he is quite capable. L}
"Dolphinettes" to Appear
From Toronto will come the famed:
"Dolphinettes," a trio of formation
swimmers whose intricate maneuver- -
ing awed last year's assemblance at:
the carnival. The Canadian lasses .
will also compete in a pair of relay
races, their competition being fur- -::.}
nished by a relay team representing.:
the Detroit Athletic Club. Tex Stanton, who scored the win-
Six women's teams, composed of ning touchdown against Iowa, will
co-eds from Betsy Barbour, Mosher be in his usual position at fullback
Hall, Jordan Hall, Alpha Chi Omega, in the starting Wolverine backfield
Martha Cock and Helen Newberry against the Maroons.
houses will compete in a special re-
lay race. T i/ IL 1
Former "Greats" Return I peedIaii
Two of Michigan's outstanding
swimmers of the recent past will Sees Phi Sigs
gace thnsprogram with exhibitions.
Der' Johnson, National Intercollegiate Def at A T O
low board diving champ in 1936 has Deeat Ai.T.i.
been working out steadily in the I-M
pool, and will show the spectators
some of the form that brought him Theta Delta Chi Trounces
his coveted title. And Jack Kasley, Alpha SigmaPhi, 18-1;
co-captain of last year's title-takingpa
tank team, also in good condition, Phi Gams Also Win
will compete against those who are
stepping in this year to fill his shoes. Only after battling through three
To Try Somersault overtime periods yesterday was Phi
Another "super stupendous" feat Sigma Delta able to nose out Alpha
will be the attempt of freshman 'di-
ver Jim .Wilkinson to negotiate a Tau Omega 9 to 8 in what proved to

Sollie Sherman, shifty Chicago tailback, is their chief hope to upset
the dope in today's game. Weighing 14 more pounds than he did as a
sophomore when he won a varsity letter, Sherman is just as fast as he
was a year ago and Coach Shaughnessy expects him to fulfill his soph-
omore promise.
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Northwestern, Minnesota
Wins Predicted; Purdue
Will Meet Fordham
CHICAGO, Nov. 5.--('P)-The best'
wishes of Northwestern and Minne-
sota will be riding with Indiana to-
morrow when the scrapping Hoosiers
attempt to sidetrack powerful Ohio
State's march toward Big Ten foot-
ball honors.
The battle, standout of the Con-
ference's championship schedule for
the day, shapes up as the crisis of
the Buckeye campaign. If they con-
quer the menacing Hoosiers, their
path to a perfect league record should
be a downhill drag. After Indiana,
Ohio State has Illinois and Michigan,
neither of which appeared to have
the equipment to stop Francis
Schmidt's fine team.
Provides Setup
A defeat for the Buckeyes, how-
ever, would provide the setup for
a twoway, or even a threeway tie
for the title. In that event, Minne-
sota could claim sole ownership by
defeating Iowa, Northwestern and
Wisconsin, and Northwestern could
salvage a share of the honor it won
last season, by whipping Illinois and
Minnesota.
Ohio State, without a player who
stands out above his mates, but
with exceptional balance, figures over
the Hoosiers. Nevertheless, Indiana
which produced great ground gaining
power without touchdown punch in
losing battlesagainst Minnesota and
Nebraska, is primed to make a ter-
rific bid in the Buckeyes big sta-
dium.
Offense Rated High
Neither Northwest nor Minnesota
is expected to encounter trouble to-
morrow. The Wildcats appear to
have to much offensive power even
for Illinois' fine defense. Minnesota
should bound back from its defeat
by Notre Dame to take good care of
Iowa which has not connected for a
major victory.
The Buckeye-Hoosier scrap shares
Midwestern attention with Notre
Dame's stand against Pittsburgh at
South Bend. The Irish hope to make
a scoring thrust or two and their
brilliant defense more than matches
the favored Panthers' superior attack
in the final game of their modern
series.
In the other strictly Big Ten en-
gagement, Michigan figures to cash
in on Chicago's hapless Maroons for
its third Conference victory in five
starts, at Ann Arbor. Purdue, dogged
by hard luck for the past two sea.
sons, will tackle Fordham's Rams ir
intersectional combat at New York

While the Varsity is worrying over
a dearth of kickers such sights as
this may be viewed at freshman grid
practice.
Dave Strong, the Illini transfer,
yesterday was doing a bit of kicking
and while standing on the 40 yard
line made the boast that he would
on his next kick hit the white stand
which the band uses and is located
behind the goal posts at the other
end of the field.
Amidst deep skeptiicisim, Dave
took the pass from center, punted,
and hit the stand right on top-
which means a kick, on the fly, of 70
yards, no more, no less.
Nation's Best
May Be Upset
By Underdogs
Pitt To Face Notre Dame
In Big Game; California
Will PlayWashington
NEW YORK, Nov. 5.-P)-Tomor-
row's football festivities offer strik-
ing opportunities for the collegiate
underdogs to chew large chunks out
of the title hopes of pacesetting fa-
vorites.
It's the spot, in other words, where
'over-confidence or any let-down
from the effects of a hard champion-
ship drive may lead to disaster for
some of the*top-ranking teams.
All but three of the current "top
ten" on the national ranking list en-
counter opponents who have either
been subjected to rough treatment
already or are going nowhere in par
ticular.
The exceptionsacomprise Pitts-
burgh's unbeaten Panthers, who col-
lide with Notre Dame's fighting Irish
before a capacity 56,000 at South
Bend; Fordham, which entertains an-
other rugged rival in Purdue, and
Ohio State, challenged by Indiana's
hustling Hoosiers.
Lest we imply the others are in
relative "soft spots," take the cases
of California, so far the nation's No.
1 team by something approaching
the acclamatiori of sports experts.
The Golden Bears figure to beat
Washington handily but the Huskies
are in a typically fine underdog spot.
They are out of the conference and
1 Rose Bowl race that they dominated
last year so they can shoot the
works.
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ASIDE LINES
Biy IRVIN LISAGOR__

CENE: (A bierstube in a Storm I
' Cellar).
Characters: (Two stumble bums.
One wearing a misshapen hat and a!
beer breath, which stamp him-but
indelibly-as a news-hound. The!
Oother wearing a misshapen belly, a
mustache and -a black topcoat picked
at random in a local restaurant).
Time: (Saturday. Well so it is . .
The Belly opens the conversation :
My fellow road bum, permit me to in-j
quire the cause for your hangdog1
puss?
First-Bum: Ah, good mendi-
cant, life's thorns are many and
sharp. Last week I was feted
hither and yon for prognosticat-
ing acumen. Then I hatched a
brilliant scheme; ah, 'twas a ver-
itable stroke of genius. But a
minion, bum, a mere hireling of
mine tossed the proverbial mon-
key wrench into the well-known
works, and alas, I am sunk, so to
speak.
Second bun, alias The Belly:
Come, come, nomad, elucidate. j

you went wrong no less than 14
times-though I must admit you
are improving your record. A few
more and you will have your av-
erage up to as high as .250. Fancy
picking U.C.L.A. over California,
when all authorities agree Calif.
is one of the nation's best. And
Kentucky over Alabama! After
all, Counsellor L., 41 to 0 is 41
to 0.
But why torture you unneces-
sarily? Apres tout, all right-
thinking persons have long ago
ceased to pay any attention to
your mumbo-jumbo Saturday
morning ravings. Sheriff, why
don't you just quietly slink away
and confess your inability to
offer any sort of real competition
to -Falstaff.
(NOW THE SECOND BUM isf
laughing madly, insanely, as he
drops the letter and dashes out of
the bierstube. Gradually the wrinkles
in the first bum's brows disappear,
and in a flash it dawns on him.
The Belly IS FALSTAFF! Then the

three and one half forward somer-
sault, a dive that is considered next1
to impossible.
The admission fee for the show
will be forty cents, and no seats will'
be reserved. The early birds will geta
the seats.
Jayvees Meet
Spartan Team
ThisMorning
A vastly-improved Junior Varsity
football team will take 'the field this
morning against the Michigan State
B team, on Ferry Field.
Strengthened by the addition of
several members of the Varsity squad
who were drafted for the game, the
Jayvees are hopeful of turning the
tables on the Spartans, who man-
aged to eke out a 7-6 victory over
the Wolverines in the last meeting
between the two teams.
Harold Floersch and Joe Rogers,1
ends, Derwood Laskey and Harry
Mulholland, backs, and Freddy Ziem,
veteran guard are newcomers who
will be seen in Junior Varsity regalia
for the first time. In addition, Bob,
Curren, Don Kingery and Chuck
Bowers who missed the first State
game because of injuries, are fit for
action.
The game will start at 10 o'clock
and there will be no admission charge.

be the most exciting game of speed-
ball so far this season.
Manny Slavin led the victors in all!
departments of the game and was
able to garner six points for himself.
The Phi Sig's led 3 to 2 until the
half but the game see-sawed back
and forth from then on with the
score tied at the end of the regular
time. In the first two over-times
neither team was able to pull into
the lead, but in the last period the
Phi Sig's got a one point lead and
held it.
Theta Delta Chi soundly trounced
Alpha Sigma Phi to the tune of 18 to
1. The Theta Delt's had their own
way all through the game and scored
whenever they wanted to. "Spanky"
McFarland, and Johnny Eldridge,
Theta Delt's leading scorers, bothl
gathered in seven tallys.
Phi Gamma Delta also got in the
,spirit of the day and whiteWashed
Alpha Kappa Lambda 19 to 4. Norm
Kewley who did over half of the scor-E
ing for the Phi Gam's hung up a
scoring record for the year with his
nine points. Chuck Merideth got all
four of the loosers four points by
himself.
SPARTANS SEEK TITLE
NEW YORK, Nov. 5.-(AP)-Michi-

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First Bum: Before leaving on- a stranded bum meditates a moment,
week-end jaunt last Saturday, I left extracts a pencil from his ear and
my football selections with the night begins to mumble feverishly. His
editor of the sheet on which I toil. I eyes finally take on a strange glow,
had picked the losers, as a novel, and thus the world receives from this
brilliant gesture, and distinctly I in- fathomless mind-this week's predic-
structed the N.E. to indicate as much tions.
In my pillar of wisdom and light (ais-, =
connected). But said N.E., in cahoots Alabama over Tulane.
with a certain syndicate engaged in
subterfuge to undermine our reputa- Auburn over Tennessee.
tion as a selector, deliberately dis- Arkansas over Rice.
torted the facts and made it appear Harvard over Army.
as though we had chosen the winners. Baylor over Texas.
Ah, itinerant parasite, life's cruel . .. Yale over Brown.
Second bum: Now, now, mander-rr
ing mooch. Don't brood. It can't be California over Washington.
that bad. Duquesne over Carnegie Tech.
First bum: But it is. Read this Texas Christian over Centenary.
letter contained in the morning mail. Geo. Tech over Clemson.
Second Bum belches, then Holy Cross over Colgate.
reads aloud: My dear Dr. L.: I Columbia over Navy.
am now prepared to offer you the Dartmouth over Princeton.
counsel of my wisdom and sa- Detroit over Manhattan.
gacity in the matter of predicting Fordham over Purdue.
football contests. If I am not cor- Northwestern over Illinois.
rect (how could that be pos- Ohio State over Indiana.
sible?) you undertook to presume Minnesota over Iowa.
upon an unassuming, peace-lov- Nebraska over Kansas.
ing public with your frightful, Michigan State over Temple.
horrible, nauseating bilge polite- Pitt over Notre Dame.
ly termed (but only by your own Washington State over Oregon.
staff, who owe their jobs to your Southern California over Stanford.
nepotism) prognostications. I Southern Methodist over Texas
note that in 25 pitiful attempts, A & M.

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SEABISCUIT WINS
BALTIMORE, Nov. 5.-(IP)-Sea-
biscuit, C. S. Howard's big bay colt,
captured the Golden Crown of the
turf for 1937 today by winning the
$10,000 Riggs Handicap at Pimlico
in record time.
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men strong, will seek its fifth straight
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