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November 18, 1937 - Image 6

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TN' 'r: ;DA T, 'NO V. 1.8, 1951




Preparation or


Punt Handling Gymnastic Interest Frosh Gridders Hold Last Drill
Drill Features On Upswing 1ere
P r-et r s i Y7*7 M_ l The final freshman football practice, fall practice sessions and scrimmage

When Man Rises touchdown pass, he started to ask
Doug to change it. "I didn't see howI
Once in every competitor's life he I could throw that wet ball," he re-
reaches a pinnacle of effort. Whether marked. But he threw it all right,
bad, mediocre or brilliant-he can threw it while running to his left
always point to the moment when (a feat even with a dry ball) and suc-
his abilities collaborated to lift him ceeded. Athletic Director Fielding H.
above himself. Sometimes it's re- Yost said that play would work only'
ferred to as "playing above one's once in 50 times.s
head." Sometimes, compressed emo- Of such stuff life's little heroes
tions suddenly blow out, carrying a are made. Stark carries Mich-I
man to seemingly impossible heights igan's sincere hopes that he can
and then let him down with a thud get a firm grip on that rung this
from which he never recovers. time.
It happened in 1935 when Andy
Pilney heaped four years of frus- * L
I tratin mn hinaeiin th1 U iii i tkP

w -i vany Entered
Fast Xorkout
Interest in gymnastics is oi the up-
Frosh Demonstrate Ohio ,wing at Michigan.
State's Deceptive Type Under the direction of E. R. Towns-
ley, more than twenty men are work-
Of Offensive Play ing c l' daily at Waterman gym, get-
ting in shape for a busy season of ex-
Gloves, hoods and sweat shirts were hibitions topped off by the All-campus
very much in evidence yesterday as meet.
the Varsity gridders worked out in a Plans for the present year are for!
biting wind that drove snow across a ten man exhibition squad which willr
the field at a high velocity. be prepared to shoal their skill on the
Punting again found a featured high bar, parallel bars, horse, rings,
spot on the afternoon's workout. and in tumbling.
Coach Harry Kipke placed emphasis
on distance as he had his Managers Is Good Material
call out the yardage of every boot. According to Coach Townsley, this'
cllPoutthardigeseyear's gymnastic material is the best
Punt Handling Stressed seen here in the last decade. Five vet-
Pnt handling which has become erans from last year's squad form the
very difficult due to the cold and nucleus of the team, namely Robert
the muddy condition of the ball, was Mansfield, Joseph Cole, Ronald Scott,
also given much attention. Kipke Raymond Nogar and William Parsons.
spent a long time drilling his safety;poiignwcnddtsicue1
men in that department as it seems Promising new candidates include
almost certain that Saturday's weath- Robert Kuchar, R. Cogan, R. Platt,
er and field conditions will duplicate Ted Eunson and R. Longo.
those of this week's practice ses- This year there will be held an all-
sions. campus gymnastics meet at the end
Norm Purucker, Ed Kinsey and of the first semester. There will be
Fred Trosko did the major fh r ofi two divisions, the advance and the

of the year for the majority of the in fairly good shape with but a few

squad will be held this afternoon at
Ferry Field according to Coach Ray
The first squad which has been
running Ohio State plays for the Var-
sity this week will continue to work
out however through Friday night.
Their job will be to give the regulars
as much practice against the intricateI
Buckeye attack as possible in the
short time remaining before the cur-
tain falls on the 1937 season.
The yearlings came through the

injuries reported and Coaches Ray
Fisher and Whitey Wistert have de-
clared the prospects for next year to
be "above average."
A knee injury will keep Capt. Mar-
tin Schreyer, Purdue left tackle out
of the game with Indiana, it was
learned today. Joe Minal, junior
from Gary, is being groomed for the
'vacant post.


Fre:d Troe~a.a\~R 1 1Aiei i-h_ -%s Ure , wo ,vYonA t.he GdV ne}th11
Lthe kicking while Stark Ritchie and novice. In the advanced division are
In a hard, fast surprise game. Phi Hercules Renda worked on the re- those men who have had considerable
Delta Theta followed the old Michi- ceiving end of the boots. experience in gymnastics and the no-
g"n mThe Freshmen, using Ohio State vice class will include these men who
gnfofpunt, pass a pray-plays spent an hour displaying the have begun working in the sport this
er" and slammed through a strong l Buckeye deceptive and "razzle- year.
Lambda Chi Alpha line to a 14-4 vic- dazzle" type of plays to the Varsity. To Give Demonstrations
tory yesterday afternoon at South Included were reverses, spinners, lat- Since varsity competition was dis-
Ferry Field to enter the finals of the erals and forward laterals. continued several years ago, -gymnas-
Interfraternity speedball tournament. The Wolverine first stringers I tics has been carried on indivdually
Paced by Dave Hunn, Tom Har- stopped the Frosh attack cold how-i and by means of the all-campus meets
mon and Don Brewer, the Phi 'Delts ever, as they have in every defensive at the end of each semester. Two years I
played one of the best games of the drill thus far this week. The Varsity ago further impetus was added by
Splyed on e of the bes ga msom the rsforwards have been crashing through the organization of the squad for ex-
season, and kept a lead from the first and the secondary has been coverig hibition purposes.
quarter through the rest of the game.I pass receivers with great care. LatyrthsGm sicEibioI
With Harmon doing most of the kick- Last year this Gymnastic Exhibition
ing and a strong aerial attack, theI Janke Back Today Squad demonstrated at the Michigras,
Phi Delts kept the ball in enemy The entire squad is in top shape Intramural Open House, Union Open
territory most of the time. j with the exception of Fred Janke who' House and for other avents.
IIagain watched practice from the ___________
Hunn led the scoring of the day, sgeines.tHedgaaucefro h
tallying seven points for Phi Delta sidelines. He gave assurance, how-
T nd s g c ever, that he would be back in uni- Ace Chicago Back Grabs
ITheta and Girardi was high scorer ,form for today's workout. Bc
for the Lambda Chis with two points. side from the physical condition- Pro Grid Scoring Lead
Phi Kappa Sigma defeated Pi ing of the squad, a great deal is be-
Lambda Pi 8 to 3 in the closest game ing done to arouse the team mentally ! NEW YORK, Nov. 17.-(sk)-Jack
of the afternoon. Following a 3 to 3 and emotionally against the Buck- Manders, ace back of the Chicago
tie at the end of the half, the Phi eyes. Every day a new series of mot- Bears, and Don Hutson of the Green
Kaps forged ahead to gain their five tos and essays on the "scarlet dBay Packers took the lead ivin in-
point lead after a strenuous battle.!/scourge" greets the eye from the viteual scring and pass receiv gll
With two fights occurring during' blackboard near the entrance of the the National Professional Football
the course of the game, making it Varsity locker room. League last week.
necessary to remove several players, With the game still more than Manders tallied 16 points in Sun-
the battle between a highly touted Psi 'two days away, athletic authorities ! day's game with the Brooklyn Dodg-
Upsilon team and an equally hard already are predicting a record crowd ers to take a 58-57 lead over Clarke
fighting Sigma Chi squad proved to' for this year unless Saturday's Hinkle, Green Bay fullback. Dutch
be much the most exciting of the day, weather is very unfavorable. A good Clark, player-coach of the Detroit
with the Psi Us finally ending up onday may bring out 80,000 spectators Lions held third with 45 points.
top with a five point lead, ending the before kick-off time, it was reported.
game 8-3. - -
Barely aheiad with a n nint t _ _


y F1 a m one po in mar
gin at the end of the half, the Psi U Ice Rink o Open
team, paced by Tom Watkins and ,
Charley Evans, slammed through toil On Saturday Night
chalk up most of the remainder of
their points in the third quarter. Paul Following an annual tradition the
Durfee led the scoring of the game Coliseum will open for public skating
with two points garnered for the Phi the night of the last football game of
the season, it was announced yester-
day by Coach Eddie Lowery.
The rink will officially open at 8
p.m. and will stay open until 10 p.m.
Saturday after the Ohio State game.j
'Sunday the hours will be from 3-5
p.m. and the regular hours will pre-
'vail for the remainder of the week.
Admission will remain the same
and students are requested to bring
identification cards to entitle them
to student admissions.

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