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SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Philadelphia Experts Give Wolverines light

Edge

Squad's Spirit
Is Impressive
In Final Drill
Ritchie, Purucker, Kinsey,
Gain Starting Positions
In Backfield
(Contnued from Page 1)
which become a dark secret when
probed.
Although victors over Maryland and
Navy, Penn has lost games which
townsmen here feel ought to have
been pushovers. The Penn State loss,
for instance. However, reports have
emanated from the Quaker sanctums
that they've developed a smashing,
wide-open offense for the invaders,
tomorrow.
An innovation in the Penn lineup
will be Capt. Bob McNamara, a guard,
calling signals. Lack of shrewd field
generals among the backs prompts
this move.
In Bill Miller and Don Dresher,
Harmon has a pair of backs who can
move and who'll likely persuade
Michigan to hasty committments dur-
ing the game. Jim Connell, Mike
Burke, a capable punter, and Jim
Coulter, the line bucker, complete the
backfield.
On the line, Schuenemann, an in-
jured end whose presence will make
a world of difference, say the ex--
perts, will make an effort to start.
Otherwise, the front boys are ready
for action.
Penn's line averages 197 to Michi-
gan's 195 pounds. The Quakers have
a 181-pound backfield average to
175 for the Maize and Blue. Equipped
with several unscouted plays and
newly reported enthusiasm the Penn
squad will be ready to halt Michi-
gan's three-game winning streak. But
as'Dan Smick warmed his toe up this
afternoon, the discerning men were
noted going away conjecturing the
possibility of "another one-pointer."
LINEUPS :
Mich. Pos. Penn.
Nicholson .....LE ....... Gustaf son
Janke ......... LT .......... Polilli
Heikkinen.....LG ..........Fielder
Kodros ......... C .......... O'Neill
Brennan ....... RG ......McNamara
Smith .......... RT .......... Shinn
Smick ......... RE ... Schuenemann
Farmer .......QB .......... Burke
Ritchie ........ LH .......... Miller
Purucker ...... RH ........ Connell
Kinsey ........ FB......... Coulter
Big Rivalries
Have Nothing
On Frat Feuds
By-BILL BLACK
What distinction can Minnesota vs.
Michigan or Indiana vs. Purdue rival-
ries claim that Michigan fraternities
touch football teams can't?
Michigan and Minnesota fight for
the little brown jug (empty). Indiana,
and Purdue have an old oaken bucket
at stake in their game, but the Greeks
have their own jug (also empty) and
oil can to match them. Perhaps the
big time rivalries are a little older but
certainly they are no more fiercely
fought.
Oil Can
One of the most unique trophies
is that for which Theta Chi and
Theta Xi knock each other around
the field. It is an oil can that bears
the scores of former wars. Right now
by virute of a victory several weeks
ago it rests in the trophy case at the
Theta Chi house. This years contest
was the fifth since the rivalry started.
Probably the best known fraternity

touch football game is between Sigma
Alpha Epsilon and Phi Delta Theta.
A homecoming morning special, the
game is played in the S.A.E. bowl for
the aforementioned jug. The Phi
Delts have been victorious the past
two years.
Grudge Battle
What could be more peaceful than*
the "friendly" State street neighbors'
Chi Psi and Beta Theta Pi playing in
a long time rivalry for a barrel (not
empty). You're right, a war.
Injuries to the Chi Psi dog, the
Beta's windows, and the fact that last
year's game was a scoreless tie made
this year's annual affair a real knock-
down ,drag-out contest. Chi Psi won
6to 0 but the Betas claimed moral
victory because they were able to be
up and around inside a week.
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Red Shirts

Down Blues In Frosh Iara-squad Game

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ASIDE LINES
By IRVIN LISAGOR

Strong, Harmon 80,000 To Fill Yankee Stadium
Lead Winners For Arm Notre Dame Bat

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EDITOR'S NOTE: The Sports Editor
is in Philly allegedly covering the game.
THE SITUATION at the Michigan
Daily last Saturday night was
tense. The results of the day's pig-
skin classics were in, and twist the
figures as he might Colonel Pete Lisa-
gor, Daily grid picker, could find only
12 winners for his 25 tries.
Angry crowds swirled about the
barricaded doors of the Publica-
tions building demanding tha
Lisagor reimburse them for- their
losses incurred when they bet ac-
cording to his dope sheet. He
was even at the time being hung
in effigy from the third floor of
Helen Newberry. There was talk
of lynching.
At the moment when the wretched
Colonel thought his mug of woe was
overflowing an incident occurred
which almost caused him to end it all
by leaping down the dumb-waiter. A
sizzling spitball caught him neatly
abaft the ear and in it was found a
note which contained but two words.
"Charlatan and Fake." The slightly
mucous missive was signed "Falstaff."
The wretched figure slumped a
kit deeper into his overcoat and
took another bite from his cheese
and tomato sandwich. "That ends
it," he sighed, spraying crumbs
before him. "Sticks and stones
may break my bones but this Fal-
staff, who never picked anything
but cigar butts, is too damn much.
I'm going to Penn next week and
get away from it all."

H AVING thus abdicated, the Colonel
mustered what dignity he could
under the circumstances, stepped into
the Sandwich Man's basket, pulled
the lid, and was smuggled through the
mob which was now being goaded to
further skullduggery from a rein-
forced soap box by that Bulbous Be-
hemoth-Falstaff.
Immediately after the depar-
ture of the man who had so longj
kept them from each others
throats, the sport staff serfs were
split by dissension on the ques-
tion of who would pick the win-
ners the ffllowing week. Only one

In Scrimmage
Teams Use O.S.U. Plays,
Weymuth, Herrman Star
For Second Stringers
By TOM PHARES
Running Ohio State plays ex-
clusively, the top ranking freshman
grid eleven bowled over the second
and third string opposition by dint of
backfield power aplenty yesterday af-
ternoon at Ferry Field winning the
scrimmage 26 to 0.
Although Coach Ray Fisher's num-

NEW YORK, Nov. 12.-OP)-That the two elevens since they first hooked
annual football phenomenon-the! up in 1913, to be close and unusually
Army-Notre Dame "classic'%-had hard fought. Notre Dame is the one
New York agog as usual tonight, from team, besides Navy, that the Army
the Bronx to the Battery.. There really points for. For the last two
wasn't a room to be had in a first- days the dormitory windows at the
class hotel. military academy have been draped'
The customary capacity crowd of with bed sheets bearing crudely print-
slightly over 80,000 was, of course, as- ed but vigorous exhortations to lick
sured for the kick-off at 1:30 tomor- the Irish.
row in Yankee Stadium. A harried This is understandable, as Notre
Army official estimated they could Dame holds a margin of 16 victories
have sold 200,000 tickets if a field of to Army's five since they first met,
that capacity were available. with two ties. Army has dropped I
The mere fact that both teams have only one decision this year, to Yale,
been defeated and that they are while the Irish, starting slowly, were
battling for no sectional, statb or tied by Illinois and beaten by Car-
county honors whatsoever, didn't negie Tech and pittsburgh. Army,
ben lvnwa adcpe by damenth bi ctys ethsism ifl-mrH as putyeu severnl popovers.

Kappa Nu 10-4
In Speedhall

Crippled Tech
Eleven Faces
StateSpartans
Lansing Team Is Slight
Favorite As 6 Carnegie
Regulars Are Out
EAST LANSING, Nov. 12.-(AP)-A
battered Carnegie Tech football team,
boasting a record as a killer of cham-
pions, moved into town today for its
battle with Michigan State Spar-
tans.
It was an injury-shot Tech team
that advanced on Lansing and set up
headquarters in a downtown hotel.
No less than six sophomores have:
been moved up to the Varsity because
of batterings received by the regulars
in the tough schedule the Plaid has
played this year.
State Riddled
. State, too, was riddled with in-
juries, and a list of them gives to-
morrow's contestthe appearanceof
a meeting between the halt and the
hard of hearing.
In the Spartan picture, Ron Alling,
varsity center, was definitely out of
tomorrow's game. Frank Gaines,
veteran right end, had a twisted
ankle and will not start. Usif Haney,
the Varsity fullback, also in the list,
while a run-of-the-mill bumps are
bothering Jack Coolidge, Norman 01-
man, Darwin Dudley, ,Pingel, Sam
Nuznov and Howard Swartz, all of
whom are regulars or have played
consistently all season.
A comparison of records showed
State holding the edge over the ir-
vaders from Pittsburgh.
A Sellout
Carnegie . bears the scars of four
defeats, but has shown it can rise to
heights when the occasion calls for
it. Tech lost its opening game to
New York University, 18-14, bowed
to Purdue by a single touchdown,
7-0, lost to Temple by the same score,
and played a hectic afternoon of foot-
ball with Pittsburgh, losing 25 to 14.
Bright spots in the records are vic-
tories over Notre Dame, 9-7, and a
6-0 triumph over strong Duquesne.
The way State officials continued
to push game ducats across the of-
fice window indicated the game will
attract a crowd of 23,000-a sellout.
Should this happen, it will be the first
time that the recently enlarged sta-
dium has been filled to capacity.

11Cs 610 vllw~lg WVRL Riy Um er one eleven was handicapped by dampen the big city's enthusiasm in though, has piayedt several popovers.s
member took no part in the bick- the lack of four of their regular line- the slightest. What few tickets had
ering. He was the lanky individual men, and less than a working knowl- fallen into the hands of speculators hI e
wraptly engaged in his weekly lit- edge of the intricate Buckeye plays, despite the vigilance of Army au- e
erary fare as he followed the they had little trouble with the blue thorities were bringing as high as
triamls and tribulations of Tarza forces who never threatened to score. $25 per copy. W ildcat Eleven
din t Strong To Harmon Notre Dame was the favorite, at
The first touchdown was scored in odds of about 8 to 5, despite the fact3r
solution to end the haggling among' Harmon's kickoff was fumbled on the sumed to be slightly weary after two Ie e geT l
At long last someone suggested athe opening minute of play when Tom that the South Benders were pre-)'I e e g h l ouint n h agig mn amnskcofwsfmldojhfuedtlesihl er fe w tesotsrie.TeDiywud ieyr ieadrcvee ytesrnoswe-nsi o gis
the sport scribes. The Daily would, nine yard line and recovered by the strenuous week-ends in a row against:
instead of handing its readers the red-shirted first string team. After Minnesota and Pittsburgh. The Irish CHICAGO, Nov. 12.-UP)-Minne-
usual list of mere winners, the next three futile attempts to crack the op- squad spent the day quietly at the sota's Gophers will spend tomorrow
week pick losers. i posing line, Dave Strong, red tail- Westchester Country Club at the edge afternoon combining football business
The move was put before the house back, faded back and shot a pass to of the city, while tle West Pointers with pleasure against Northwestern
and unanimously passed. And the Harmon who took it over his shoulder likewise rusticated at the Knollwood --unless the upset bug gets in an-
man for the job? Who picked King- in the end zone. Country Club. Both virtually were other big bite.
fish Levinsky to trim Joe Louis? Who After this bad start, the second free of injuries. In the line of business, Minnesota's
lost his red flannels on the Giants? team put up stiff opposition for the It promised, like every meeting of Big Ten championship plans call for
Who bet on Granville to win the next 10 minutes and showed unex- avictory by any kind of score, over
Derby only to have the jocky fall off? pected offensive strength which was i ons Invade East score, the bigger the pleasure, for
The entire Daily staff arose and spearheaded by the good work of a Minnesota has been waiting for
shouted with one voice, "HEATH!" halfbacks Colin Weymuth and Bill aTlNew Yorkalhinsrack a teeaitingchodid
hafbckUT Face lNe'w York this crack at the team which did
The lanky one, now perusing Herrmann, both of Detroit. 1_wholesale damage to Gopher football
Popeye, tood up and bowed. . At this point Paul Kromer, Kiski
halfback replaced Dave Strong at DETROIT, Nov. 12-(/P)-The De- glory last October 31.
*1 * he ailackpoitin ad atershot-troit Lions headed east last night for The Wildcats won that one, 6 to 0',
fthe tailback position and after shoot-hending Minnesota's great winning
Well folks, with the fear of Falstaff ing a 10 yard pass to Harry Kohl, their battle with the New York GiantsI
and thehbetting public in my heart, diminutive wingback,Hwas forced to at Gotham tomorrow. marc at 2rhamio g mes,iampagn
wool, straight from the feed box punt. He got off the best kick of the Coach Earl (Dutch) Clark said and beat the Gophers out of the
losers in bold face type. day which traveled some 60 yards. that he would start an all-veteran Western Conference title. Out of last
Penn vs. Michigan Evashevski Stops One backfield against the pace setters of year's setup, only Minnesota's Big
Alabama vs. Georgia Tech The blues tried a pass which was the eastern division. Frank Chris- Ten championship hopes figure in
Notre Dame vs. intercepted by big Forest Evashevski, tensen, big blocking halfback, has tomorrow's picture, and the Gophers
DartmouthNevs.yCornellred center who was tackled on the 29 recovered from an injury received a are primed to make the most of the
N. Dakota vs. Detroit yard line. Tom Harmon who was fill- month ago and will team in the back- . day, with 63,000 fans looking on.
Wisconsin vs. Purdue ing in at the fullback post for the field with Clark, Ernie Caddel and Powerful as usual, Minnesota rules
Washington vs. U.C.L.A. injured Howard Mehaffey hit the line Leroy (Ace) Gutowsky. a heavy choice over the Wildcats who
Missouri vs. Oklahoma for six yards and then provided The Lions must win from the will go into battle hampered by in-
Arkansas vs. Mississippi blocking as Kromer raced around his Giants to retain any chance of win- juries suffered in last week's losing
own right end to the five. The touch- ning the Western Division title. tussle with Illinois.
Minnesota vs. Northwestern down was scored on Kromer's pass to
Ohio Stiate vs. Illinois. left end and Ross, and Harmon kicked
Texas Christian vs. Texas the point.
Tas Cri s.tavshi. TexasA new backfield was formed as Les
Stanford vs. Washington State Persky, Charlie Ross and Dick Ben-
Baylor vs. S.M.U. nett teamed up with Harry Kohl. Ross
YCalifornianvs.cetgon intercepted a blue pass and ran 80
Vanderbilt vs. Tennesee yards to score the third touchdown.
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