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November 21, 1937 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1937-11-21

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SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 1931

6 NAVY ....... 6N'WESTERN.... IOWA . .







Vital Part In Ohio State

Victory Over

Grid Graph Reveals How Ohio State Downed Varsity In Finale Nine Gridders
Big Ten Standings
lose Careers



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a gainst0.S.V Minnesota ....5 oLa 1.
Ohio State .. .5 1 0 .8
When the final gun went off at the Indiana ....... 3 2 0 .6
end of yesterday's battle between the i Michigan ....3 3 0 .5
Maize and Blue of Michigan and the Northwestern .3 3 0 .5
3 (iour n of Ohio State, it Wisconsin ....2 2 1 .5
sounded taps to the college football Purdue ........2 2 1 .5
careers of nine Wolverine gridders. Illinois .......2 3 0 .4
!Chicago ......0 4 0 .0{
Captain Joe Rinaldi, has played as Iowag. . . . . . .0 5 0 .0
a Varsity center for three years and -
his defensive play against North-
western was a feature in the rather
dull 1936 season. Joe plans a for- Hanover 6, Evansville 0
eign commercial career after four Texas Christian 7, Rice 2.
years of specializing in languages

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Ritchie Rc;pcnsible For 2 Wins
Flashy Stark Ritchie, largely re-
zcnsible for the Chicago and Penn.
victories, ends his second year as a
Varsity halfback. His sophomore
year spoiled by a broken ankle, he
added basketball and baseball nu-
merals to football his freshman year.
Red-haired Doug Farmer, quarter-
back, who entered first string play
this fall after showing strategical
blocking ability last spring in the re-
serves, plans to enter medicine next
fall. President of the senior class of
the literary college, president of his
fraternity, he's mixed politics with
Journalist Earle Luby, Varsity
tackle for two years, and president
of Michigamua, will continue with
further study after graduation and
plans to eventually teach American
Literature. A distinguished English
student here, he is a winner of a
Hopwood award in this field and is
a member of the Daily editorial staff
Barclay Is Also Good Golfer
Golfer Bill Barclay, Varsity quar-
terback for two years, is a fine stra-
tegist whose principle drawback- has!. _
been a lack of brawn. Semi-final-
ist in the Michigan State Amat eur
in 1936, he did not enter this year,
but went to the semi-finals of the
National Collegiate golf tourney this
year by chalking up the meet's big-
gest upset when he beat favored
Willie Turnesa.
"Baron" Bob Campbell, the best
story teller on the squad, halfback,
earned his Varsity letter as a result
of his triple-threat showing in his
sophomore year. A reserve last year
he has seen most of his p)ay this
year as a blocking quarterback.
Art Valpey, who has earned his let-
ters twice at end, reported this fall,
with increased speed and blocking
ability. He hails from Dayton, Ohio
and plans to go into coaching or
running a boys' c~amn

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oiore, in fading to spot a receiver,
and then scampering up the opened
center aisle managed to get to Ohio's
13, where the ball changed hands on ,
downs. This was the sum total of
any sustained progress on Michigan's ^
Bad Kick Results In Score
Ohio State's last score came as a ^ rt
result of Purucker's only bad boot. H ..
sliced one out on his own 29. Another nadix
Wasylik to Nardi pass brought the' (.,r"
ball to Michigan's 9-yard line. Pu-
rucker, wD had fought th~e Buckeyes
successfully, was forced to succumb
to fatigue, and was taken out. After 9 -M-_
failures with their cockeyed forma-
tions, the Buckeyes resorted to aerials -
again, and Wasylik to Nardi was the
answer. Nardi grabbed the ball andf
carried Farmer over the goal stripe
with him. Heikkinen again blocked
the kick after touchdown. O.S.U.
21, Michigan 0.
As the game ended, Ohio State was
on Michigan's three-yard line, with'
substitutes Bill Phillips and Wede-!
brook pounding the line. Only time Whitehead. Tackles: Novotny, Har-j
prevented another Buckeye score. greaves. Guards: Marino, Chrissing-
Stark Ritchie, Doug Farmer, Art er, Rutkay, Haddad, Young. Center:
Valpey, Bob Campbell and Bill Bar- Andrakow, White. Backs: Nardi.
clay played their last game. And I Kabealo, Zadworney, Phillips, Ford-
when the thickening snow fall ob-
scured the players' exit from the field, ham, Dorris, Bullock, Monahan.
a feeling of relief that this football Michigan subs: Ends: Valpey, Ged-
season was history seemed to hang eon. Tackles: Janke, Savilla.
heavily over the Stadium. Guards: Vandewater, Pederson. Cen-
Line up and summary: ter: Rinaldi. Backs: Trosko, Levine,;
0. State (21) Pos. Michigan (9) Barclay, Campbell, Renda, Kinsey.
Crow .........LE ...... Nicholson r
Aleskus ...... LT ........... Siegel
Maggied ...... LG .......Brennan PURDUE BEATS INDIANA
Wolf .......... C ......... Kodros BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 20.-
Zarnas .......RG ... ....Heikkinen (PXA)-Cecil Isbell, 190-pound Texan,
Kaplanoff .... RT.......... Smith
Ream . . . RE.. . . . . Smickroamed all over the frozen gridiron
Wasylik ...... QB ......... Farmer here this afternoon, running, kick-
Miller ........ RH ........Ritchie ing and passing the down-tr odden
Wedebrook . ... LH .......Purucker Boilermakers of old Purdue to a 13
McDonald..... FB.Stanton to 7 victory over their arch down-
Score By Periods: state foe, Indiana University, beforel
Ohio State .........0 9 6 6-21 25,000 shivering spectators.

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Frederick Ziem, who won his Var-
sity letter last year at guard, is the
squad's only husband. Hard charg-
ing and fast-moving, he was held
back as a sophomore by injuries after
he had made a serious bid for ,a
regular post.
Ernest Pederson, finished his see-
and year as a guard. He hails from
Grand Blanc, Mich.
Texas Tech 7, Centenary 2
Transylvania 12, Georgetown (Ky.)
College 0
Murray Teachers 7, West Kentucky
Teachers 7 tie


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North Illinois Teachers 7, South
Illinois Teachers 0
Illinois College 32, MCKendree 3
Detroit Tech 44, Ferris Institute 0
Iowa State Teachers 13, Omaha 0
Upper Iowa 12, Luther 6
Baker 13, Bethany (Kas.) 0

Southern Methodist 26, U. of Cal.
at Los Angeles 13
Idaho 6. Montana 0
San Jose State 25, Arizona State 6
Occidental 13, Pomona 0
San Diego State, 13, Santa
Barbara State 0

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