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Wolverines. Face O. S. U. In 34th Renewal

Of Bitter Rivalry

Varsity Seeks
Fifth Straightj
Win Of Season"

Picked On U. P. Team

Both Teams Have Full'
Strength; Buckeyes Are


Gophers SeeeeJayvees Meet Referees Name
Big Ten Crown ASI D E LI N ES Alma Eleven Touch Football
In Game Today By IRVIN LISAGOR1. In Last Game All - Star Team
N A GARBOISH effort to be alone, Valdorf, Schmidt, Zuppke and now Eleven men were named yesterday
Conference Teams Renew free from the malignant Falstaff Schtuldreher in the Conference, may A New Backfield Set-U on the mythical All-Campus Inde-
Old Feuds In Season's and his gregarious tribe, we bor- e e openanesery no?'Maybe Will Be Used; Cushing, pendent touch football team, picked
1the wil .. Minesta.by the referees of the fall tourna-
Final Games rowed a finif and jumped a rattler Notre-Dame-Northwestern - Well, IKramer Play Last Game m e Ths eam epesent the best
for Phillay last week-end, seeking this is our last column of predictions players on the various teams in the
CHICAGO, Nov. 19.-UPe-Mighty peace on earth and goodwill toward and our rep is beyond impugning Michigan's Junior Varsity teamsnpdnLge
Minnesota will let go with everything men. To the angular one we left the now. It's beyond anything, as a mat- will close its 1937 football season this Tne League.
in its gridiron arsenal tomorrow job of picking the wrong ones-and ter of record. So . . . Northwestern. morning, facing the strong Alma Col- The Whirlwinds, who won the
against Wisconsin, last foe in the he was 100 per cent right. But the Auburn-Georgia - An inherent lege eleven at 10 a.m. on Ferry Field. championship, ad five me nm
Gophers' way to their third Big Ten city of brotherly love disappointed. (weakness for redheads . . . Auburn. The Wolverines will b" striving for on bthea ndere Closelyunoe-

Favored To Win
70,000 Are Expected
(Continued from Page 1)

STARTING LINEUPS: championship in four years. Instead of love feasts we were stung Boston College-Boston U.-A mat- their first victory of the year, having
! . . .C.I drppe tw gams t th Mihianm up in t
Ohio State Pos. Michigan - The battle at Minneapolis will be $8.42 for hamburgers. Instead of the ter of civic pride ... B.C. dropped two games to the Michigan mn
Pen me fndlemracna ursid SateReervs ad ne o etritmen. '7
Crow ........LE ........Nicholson ' the feature number of the Western Penn men fondly embracing our side California-Stanford-We've never State Reserves and one to Detroit playersi
Schoenbaum .. LT .......... Siegel Conference's 42nd campaign, and one of them, Shinn by name, punched a at rWeTech. According to the seasons re-
been ayThee es ha tsm
Maggied......LG.......Brennan with no reason for holding back any- John Nicholson paradoxically enough C ny, Iwate We ta Sor ords, Alma is stronger than either of
Wolf . C .........KodrosCenter, Iowa, but w recognize a good (Ducsf
Wolf..........C.... .....Kodros thing, Bernie Bierman's eleven will in the chin. Instead of the badged' thing when we read it . . . Cal. the other teams the Jayvees have sesm
Zarnas.......RG......Heikkinen spare nothing in its bid to recapture and billied boys in blue buying posies Holy Cross-Carnegie Tech - By faced. - eName
Kaplanoff .... RT ..........Smith the title Northwestern snatched away from Gueseppe, the flower man, they cleverly manipulating the fcour ii- Michigan will rely upon a new bace- me
Ream ......RE..........Smick last year. The figures add up to pushed him off the curb, although to til H, C, C, T get HC Don't field combination in this morning's Mike Be
Wasylik......QB........Farmer Minnesota's fifth league victory, but their eternal credit it must be said. we all? .game. With Captain Dave Gates, the Bob Mi
Miller ........ LH ..........Ritchie the Gophers may encounter bristling they, helped him pick them up before a team's running and passing ace, con- Bob Mt
Nardi........RH ......Purucker opposition from an improving Wis- hauling him to the bastille. fined to the sidelines with a back W
McDonald ...FB.Stanton consin team in an "everything to gain Dartmouth-Columbia - Luckman injury, the tailback duties will be as- Ben Lec
Officials: Referee Fed Gardner and nothing to lose" mood. Another If this, we argued, is a center has failed us every trip this year, so sumed by Derwood Laskey, the speedy Geo Gr
(Cornell) ; Umpire, Anthony Haines, r ibig attendance, around 50,000. is the of charity, then A2 and our obese we're swearing off. Probably at the but light sophomore. Harry Mulhol- Don Ca
(Yale); Field Judge, Frank Laneny mprospect, oppressor are tolerable . . . So wrong time. Dartmouth . . . land will make his first start of the Art Lea
(Detroit); Head gLinesman, Don nH eikk hie , G ets Other Feuds Featured here we are again, qualifying for Duke-North Carolina State-Duke. season at fullback, replacing Jack Sid Finl
Hamilton (Notre Dame). HThe rest of the closing program admission to Eloise with our Duquesne-Marqutte-Duquesne. Kinsey, promoted to the Varsity Less Hi]
ame time:N2tpm.rEST).t lines up with Ohio State at Michigan, weekly gridiron predictions. Tom Mark and Cain were bos'm pals squad, and Bob Curren, out with in- Harry W
G tm m-onerence Purdue at Indiana, Chicago at Illi Harmon, libel suits, 4 o'clock tea, 'till Mark ett juries. Lilburn Ochs and Al Ricketts Hono
big Buckeye squad rested last night, nois, renewals of famous Conference athlete's foot and Falstaff-- Fordham-St. Mary's-The Ram complete the first quartet of backs. Forestr
Schmidt sent his charges through a Pfeuds; Notre Dame at Northwestern, perched in his high chair blow- and Rose Bowl. Art Bennett, an untried sophomoreClub;B
brief workout, consisting mainly of Guard Position another steaming rivalry, and Iowa at ing wind through teeth in dis- Yale-Harvard-Mark Hellinger, a will start in place of Jerry Belsky, Nelson,
signal practice. To observers :whoI Nebraska. approval (some people are jeal- gagster supreme, picks Harvard. The guard who is out with a fractured Shaw,I
have heard reports that razzle-dazzle By STEWART FITCH Purdue's invasion of Indiana will ous, you know)-all that can guy's really funny . . . Yale wrist. Paul Penvenne and either
is no longer a part of the Ohio State nbe one of those "all would be for- wait. Rubber bands, pins, spit- Navy-Princeton - They've taken Chuck Bowers or Fred Cushing will TO T
repertoire, the workout was surpris- "The meek shall inherit the earth." given" things, and the game may balls and unmannerly noises the spring out of the tiger. Navy be at the ends, Mel Kramer and Jack A tea
ing. For the "Scarlet Scourge" showed; Certainly this Biblical passage hasagain be the big thrill-producer of aside, children. Here's the dope: will take the remaining three sea- Weiner at tackles, Tom Hutton at senting
no disinclination to permit the ball no reference to Ralph Heikkinen but the day. Indiana, almost a cinch for jMichigan-Ohio State-The Wol- sons out of it . . . Navy. center, and Herman Ulevitch at the will me
several exchanges of hands on a it might very well. Heikkinen, one of third place in the final standing, is verines will see red in this one. The Manhattan-Niagara--This will all other guard post. dents a
single play. the quietest and least boisterous men the choice, but Cecil Isbell and Co., scarlet-hooded Buckeyes looked like come out in the wash. Best one out For Kramer and Cushing, the Buildin
The Buckeyes, too, have been de- h the Michigan grid squadhascould make an otherwise disappoint- fine cage material to this nascent of one falls . . . Manhattan. squad's only seniors, this will be the team w
prived of an important player. He's dnshot from obsurity ino the ing season a huge success by spring- observer yesterday as they tossed Maryland-Georgetown - We don't last appearance in a Michigan uni- son As
John Rabb, star fullback whose in- Western Conference hall, of fame g an upset as in last year's tie the pigskin around like a baked spud. honestly know. So bear with us . . form.Bradfor
JonRbsaulakwoei-Wtrn Cofeencmofehall gof tam e' whan ask thilahnst te aBrndadfoi___-------- -
jury has necessitated a shift in their tussle which took thrill honora when And Francis Schmidt still has his Maryland. - -
backfield. Co-Captain Jim McDon-t gh thee e naeach team scored 20 points in the last bow tie. And we're impressonable Detroit-Creighton - They're beat-
ald, a former quarterback, was moved thalf. And so are you. Aren't we all? Hey ing the anvil for Farkas as an all-
to fullback, with Nick Wasylik in- He was placed at the right guard Chicago also will make a shoot-the- hey and Ohio State ... star. We're not envious . . . Detroit. 12:30 - 2:30
stalled at the former post. post on the United Press mythical works effort against the favored Illini._heyandOi__Sate_._._-
eleven yesterday and was the only The Maroons, undermanned but Chicago-Illinois - Bill De Corre-
Although anxiety over Tackle Alex Wolverine to gain a place on either hopeful of making what they have vont, the nation's outstanding prep 13 SurV1Ve Final SU DA Y
Schoenbaum's condition had been the first or second teamns. do the trick, probably will cut loose gridder, may go to Chicago next fall.
previously expressed, Schmidt an Hike," as he is known on the with an open game in their bid to So a tip to the Maroon sports editor: Cut Of Cage SquadN
Schedbaumhis'rningmetber gridiron by the coaches and playerst n the game into their single major Beondothe lookout for telegrams, in -U N IV ERSITY
ofchoenBumkeyisora'rdwank nmembersgriirnly te a c yrhe nlaers victory of the yearnenoe, etc., etc., and then duck.!
of the Buckeye forward wall, and an is strictly a team player. The United y Life is a song so is "Sue." . ,Illini. Michigan's basketball squad re-
all-star candidate. Press article emphasized the fact Irish Rate Edge ceived its final cut of the year Thurs- 615 East William - Ph
Nine seniors will be in a Michigan that their choices were to include Neither Northwestern nor Notre Indiana-Purdue-A hoosier will day night as Coach F. C. Cappon
uniform for the last time. Besides I only those who played for the good Dame has much at stake, but their ri-I emerge triumphant here. How do sent the squad through its last night
1of the team rather than for personal valry is warm enough to insure a pros- we know? Ha ha, wouldn't you like drill of the season. The team will INSPECT OUR KITCHENS Sec
glory, and Heikkinen was the logical pective capacity crowd of 47,000 an to know! . . . Indiana. begin regular afternoon sessions next
Conference Grid Title choice from that standpoint. entertaining afternoon. Off their rec- Nebraska-Iowa-Sticks and stones week.-----
Consistent First-Stringer ords, the Irish rate an edge, but.not may break my bones Thirteen men survived last night's -
FestsOnTodaysT s From a lowly bench-warmer last enough to cause any large making And so will a block or tackle; cut, and with five others expected to Read and Use The Mchigan D4
I9.-P)--Min- year, "Hike" has become one of wagers. This tip then may not make you join the squad after football, the per- _
CHICAGO, Nov. 1.of wagers.ik" a bcmeon f h
nesota would win an undisputed most consistent first-stringers this Iowa meets Nebraska, hoping, but Hyde, sonnel will be set for the year
Big Ten football title by defeating year. He has played as many if not But It'll make me Dr. Jakyl. - -'-
BigwnTenpfootball btitledby defeatingebyear.
Wisconsin tomorrow, but there are more minutes than any member of shown improvement but hardly figure Nebraska.
Wiseosr sto win, unless they can catch the Minnesota - Wisconsin - W h e n
three other possible finishes to the the squad.
1937 Western Conference cam- Heikkinen might be referred to as Istuidy Coinhuskers in aletdown after: Stuhldreher entered the Conference,
paign. Line Coach "Hunk" Anderson's per- iitheirterific struggle against Pitts- witty Zuppke said, (with a thick
1. Minnesota can win a clear sonal discovery. He is the "vestugh last week Nordic brogue for emphasis), Mit
title by defeating Wisconsin. pocket" type of guard that the Notre B tI
2. Ohio State can win a clear Dame school of football likes, and as a . e
title by defeating Michigan, pro- "Hunk" uses the Rockne style of Bitter Clashes Adam ick W is
viding Wisconsin whips Minnesota. line play, "Hike" was worked into the
3. Indiana will tie Minnesota line-up. He is only five feet nine.*
and Ohio State if Minnesota loses inches tall and tips the scales at 185. Feature Heavy Fight In Detroit
provided Indiana defeats Purdue. Hek~e is am nopoi- (
and Ohio State ties with Michigan, ridkkPrograrm Withintonpcmko-t
4. If Ohio State and Minnesota ence during last spring's practice Grid Program W ith K nockout
lose and Indiana wins, then Min- sessions. This fall, however, after
the first two week's drills, "Hike" was
the title. ndefinitely "in" as a starter. He has Sectional Titles At StakeM DETROIT. NEv. 19.-()-Jimmy
started every game this fall. Adamick, Midland slugger, loomed
Mne sotagas onoon-hp satua AsBowlCandidates Seek larger than ever in the heavyweight
ference games and lost none; Ohio I Ralph is a student as well as a
State has won four and lost one; football player. He is an economics Post-Season Honors picture today when he sent a right
Indiana has won three and lost major and likes to dabble in litera- cross crashing into the jaw of Maxie!SILENCE AN D
one. ture as well. According to reports, NEW YORK, Nov. 19.--(P)-The Rosenbloom, former light heavy-
his last semester's grades would make I "salvage squads" of collegiate foot- weight champion of the world, to
the two starters, Stark Ritchie, half- any student short of a Phi Beta ball have their last big chance to- score a second round knockout at
bak n ogFrmr urebcblush with joy. morrow, on most major fronts, to
are Cat. Joe Rinaldi, center;bArt' Has One Ye'ar More blast t h e sectionally - entrenched It took the young heavyweight ex-
Valpey, end; Bill Barclay and Robert Until coming to Michigan, his foot- powers and, for good measure, to toss actly one minute and fifty-five sec-
Campbell, halfbacks; Earl Luby, ball experience was rather limited. a few hand grenades into the realm onds of the second round to win the
tackle, and Fred Ziem and Ernest Pe- Hailing from Ramsay, Mich., which of post-season "Bowl" speculation, fight. In a previous fight Rosen-*
derson, guards. All are lettermen is a whistle stop somewhere in the Except in the old South, where the bloom was knocked down twice but10ong P
from previous years. Rinaldi, Valpey, western end of the northern penin-' big guns are holding their fire until came back to gain a disputed 10-y
Barclay Luby and Pederson have seeni sula, his name never became asso'- Thanksgiving Day, this Saturday's I round decision from Referee Elmer
BrlyLuyadPdrohaese"Slim" McClelland.1 t I
considerable action this year. I cited with football outside of the warfare can either settle or scramble I
Ritchie, recently publicized for his gridirons of that locality. most of the major gridiron sources NEW YORK, Nov. 19.-()-Hen- um a $11
scoring feats against Chicago and A junior, Heikkinen still has a year of argument. ry Armstrong, recently crownedI N (
Pennsylvania, will be the Wolverines' of Varsity play before him and will Yale Plans Harvard World's featherweight champion, hmLo
chief ball carrying hope, and the form the nucleus of the Wolverine Football's best known and most continued his furious pace through -sn0
Buckeyes will be particularly cau- line next year, -itraditional rivalries will be involved the east tomght by knocking out
tious of him. Norm Purucker's kick- as Yale battles Harvard in quest of Billy Beauhuld,
ing will provide another potent offen- "Ivy League" as well as "Big Three"EeryW
live threat to the Varsity."Iyawela"BgTr" __________
Hoytmen Show honors, the Big Ten conference sea- K
If Michigan defeats the Buckeyes, son closed in the Mid-West, and Cal- CST "M e Bea'
it will tie them in the Conference ifornia meets the challenge of Stan--
standings. But the Ohio Staters have Im proved Form ford in the west coast's annual "Big.
conquered such opponents as Texas Game," with the Conference title
Cagoand Illinois, and only 23 points In Tim e Trials' and Rose Bowl nomination at stake. I
cagoandIllnoi, an ony 2 pontsAlong the eastern front, for ex-
have been scored against them. These Alo, th 'ser n rex
fat bcr ast hne.C~mleample, Fordham's unbeaten Rams ;«
facts obscure Varsity chances. Charlie Hoyt's Wolxibrine track meet St. Mary's, which has every- -
'U-.' C " - team began to show its teeth again thing to gain and nothing to lose by \

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he league, who placed three
Two of the Forestry Club
received honorable mention.
eason was declared the most
ul so far by the Intramural
Pos. Club
)rowsky (c), le . . Whirlwinds
igerwald, lt .. . Forestry Club
chelsohn, lg.....Whirlwinds
one, c ..........Whirlwinds
pold, rg ......... Wolverines
ogen, rt .......Forestry Club
sh, re ........... Whirlwinds
db,etter, q ........Whirlwinds
kel, hb .......... Whirlwinds
lberg, hb .......Forestry Club
Wise, f .........Fletcher Hall
rable Mention: Dave Penney,
Club; Bob Mitchell, Forestry
Red Yellin, Whirlwinds; Bill
Rumsey House and Bob
Fletcher Hall.
am of handball players repre-
the Grand Rapids Y.M.C.A.
et a team of Michigan stu-
t 10 a.m. today at the I.M.
g. Players on the Michigan
'ill be Norm Fredericks, Stil-
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time trials were held at the Yost faces its old jinx, Colgate, in the re- stC- M I
New Speed Recor B Field House. newal of a rivalry famous for upsets. ,Electr
By far the most outstanding event The same situation applies to Co-
of the afternoon was the Varsity lumbia's bid to salvage some prestige alway
Nov. 19S-T)-In two screaming one mile relay, which was won by at Dartmouth's expense, to Penn kates
bursts of speed, Capt. George E. T. the ?4-milers in 3:27.5. It was a State's challenge to mighty Pitts- Buy your Nsates OW
Eyst Eworld grudge race between the 440 men and burgh, and Temple's chance to over- and get full enjoment
En sofe Eganrk ok the mesrdthe half-milers. Although the 440 throw unbeaten Villanova. a gl jmHere's
land speed mark for the measuredI team composed of Waldo Abbott. aionaFvrdfrmte vrteei there'
mile today, rifling his racing mon- California Favored from them over the en-
ster "Thunderbolt" over the distance Ross Faulkner. Harvey Clarke, and Coast critics expect California to tire season. We have a in the
at an average speed of 311.42 miles Stan Kelley held the lead through- ome through against its old rival no we
hur out the race, the supposedly slower at Palo Alto befoe the day's biggest Complete line of fine
The 40-year-old, grey haired Eng- half-milers were neve more than a crowd of 90,000, but it's a matter of skates. flame
lishman. traveling faster than man few feet behind and Tommy Jestor record that the Indians twice have I produ
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