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Large Squad Intramural Hockey Purucher Laid Aside Comic 'arridge Says
Contains Many IseasonOpens Soon Role To Lead Varsity Atack' '38 Ball Will
Interfraternity and independents _________._
Varsity Hopes emadmeedn-e
Mens' hockey league will start the Norm Purucker was funny. His an- three times in th same game withe essVey
________ ~first week in December, Earl Riskey, tics all fall kept the gridders down B e sL v l
P' asteInransura t ff ry i ket ri ug the Quakers by the statement that - -
Physical Education Group tDepartmenta announced yesterday., and the coaches howling with des- he was justpCHICAGO. Nov. 24-0'i-President
Has Six Representatives All fraternities and organizations pair and mild distraction. But came fourth time, when it did go through. Will Harridge of the American League
A that wish to enter a team in the the Chicago game and a few minutes Almost All-Everything today confirmed the fact that the base
umong Winners league should put their application {f play and he decided to take of He began it all on Jiune 24, 1917 in cfirmed the less that tha
Sin at the I-M building within the his comic role for a while and see Youngstown, Ohio and played football ball for 1938 will be less lively than
Strong Given Award next few days. There will be about what could be done about seriously as soon as he could put his hands the one used in 1937.
20 fraternities represented, but as playing football. on the ball, thus keeping up with a 'We postively intend to take a little
Forty-four freshman football iroeryet there are only four independent While the tansformation was not couple of older brothers. He starred "rabbit" out of the ball," Harridge
Ftrfre shumran footbra nbyr teams that are entered. absolute, the resultant 60 minutes in as an all-city halfback at Boardman said "But instead of altering the
were awarded numerals yesterday by coe wl ahevIu
Yearling Coach Ray' Fisher. Six of This year for the first time there the Pennsylvania game and 54 in the High School in Youngstown. He also cover or stitches we will achieve our
the men are of the Physical Educa- will be different leagues for the battle with the Scarlet Scourge of placed on the all-city and all-district purpose by having a smaller cork
tion classes, the remaining number fraternities and the independent Ohio State showed just what the teams in basketball and placed third center."
represented the Frosh squad proper teams with a play-off at the end of gentleman could do when he needed in pole vaulting in the all-state high Adoption of the base ball which will
The following won awards: the season for the campus chain- to. school meet. which made him pretty be used during the 1938 season will be
freshman Squad pionship. No, He ' much of an all-around gent, one of the most important matters
Barker, Pierce, '41E, Detroit; Ben- - Teaming with Stark Ritchie to form He named Minnesota as Michigan's to come up before the joint major
nett, Richard C., '41E, Springfield, a punting, passing, and running com- toughest opponent this fall, thinks league meeting here Dec. 8.
Ill.; Clamage, Irwin S., '41, Detroit; Four Lions End bination which the Quakers found, to Andy Uram the toughest indivdual Last year the leagues voted to have
Clark, George L., '41, Carthage, Ill.- their dismay, couldn't easily be stop- player, and Clint Frank the most manufacturers submit samples of a
Czak, Edward W., '41, Elyria, O. ped, Norm caught the winning pass outstanding gridder on the national new baseball, but these samples
Evashevski, Forrest, '41, Detroit; CareersTo a over the Penn goal line for the only scene. ;proved to be unsatisfactory. Attempts
o Thomas G., 41, E. Grand score of the day. Trains All Year -Around were made to make the ball less lively
Rapids; Fraumann, Harlin E., '41, A week passed and the whistle blew The five foot ten, 175 pound junior by tampering with the cover and
Pontiac; ritz, Ralph A., '41, New Clark To Receive Honors for the Ohio State game and Mr. keeps in training all year round and stitches in tryouts. These experimen-
Kensington, Penn. At Lion-Bear Clash Purucker was right in there. No less likes to play tennis and golf. He likes tal balls became lopsided when clout-
Gambill, William H., '41, Centralia,___ than three times the megaphone to watch hockey best. next to football, ed solodly.
Ill.; Grant, Jack D., '41, Chicago; # blared forth to the stands the fact of course. ! Another matter of importance com-
Harmon, Tom, '41, Gary, Ind.; Herr- DETROIT, Nov. 24.-IP)-While at Purucker's punt was taken by a i "Why did I come to Michigan? Well, ing up is the renewal of the major-
Horst, Williar J., '41E, Detroit; hrofessi rend of Eal "Dutch Clark member of the O. S. U. eleven, who probably because Bill Renner and my minor league pact which expires in
Horst, Robert, '41, Besseme; Keck- Detroit Lion coach and star, awaited in turn was tackled by Purucker brother both came here," he admitted. February. The minors are said to
Reuben, W.m'41E, Bessemer; Kieck-e the Lion-Chicago Bear game here to- causing the less football conscious He's majoring in history and planning favor the inclusion of a clause in the
hefer, Thomas F., '41E,Milwaukeeimorow, the Detroit Club's 1938 pros- in the stands to wonder if he wasn'tl to enter law school, his greatest am- new agreement preventing the majors
Wtis.; Kohl, Harry E., '41, Dayton, 0.;mroth eri lus13 rs
sKor, a E.1, Lo4n, 0.y;nar.pects took a gloomhier cast today with twins. When the announcement came bition is to become a good lawyer. from signing a college player until
Kromer, Paul S.,'41, Lorain, O.; Lar- the announcement of four major re- forth that "Purucker's punt was Bob Campbell and Coach Bennie j his class has been graduated.
kin, Robert E., '41E, Oak Park, Ill. tirements. { downed by Purucker," they really Oosterbaan's jokes furnish his biggest Brisk business is expected on the
Lucas, Blaz A , '41, Gry, Ind.; Tkythought so. laughs and for a means of relaxation player marts because of the general
haffey HThrdThan4sgivins'is also "Dutch Clark Day," in honor Says He Was Practicing he goes to the shows if there's any tendency of all American League clubs
burgh, Penn.; Miller, James R , '41EI of the player-coach, often called "the Modest, he not only punts with a chance of seeing Clark Gable. Gary to cast off their conservative methods
Clearfield, Penn., Meyer, Jack O., greatest football player of all time." vengeance, but runs and passes equal- Cooper or Popeye. in an effort to build up to the New
41, Elyr aO.; Norton, Charles E.,'The otherwise happy occasion is ly well, besides doing good work in I York Yankees, world champions the
', L e u Tmarred a bit by news that four stal- the tackling line. When asked how past two years.
Arthur, '41 Benton Harbor; Pskywarts of the Lions are leaving, it felt to catch the winning pass LITTLE PICKS LUCKMAN -- ----
Lester, '41, Cleveland Heights, .; The biggest surprise is that Ed against Penn, he refused to accept any; Lou Little, coach of Columbia Uni-
Pugh, Richard G., '41, Detroit; Ross, Klewicki, former Michigan State end, of the glory, claiming that he "just versity gridmen, says of Sid Luck- FISHOW'S WATCH
Charles R., '41, Middlebury, Vt. will leave with tomorrow's game. He caught the ball like he would any man: "He is the greatest passer I and
Ross, Robert S., -'41, Kenosha, Wis.; will become assistant purchasing other pass." have ever seen in football, college JEWELRY REPAIR
Schlemenson Melvin S., '41, Mem- agent for the Chevrolet Motor Co. But he came back with a typical or professional. He's getter than 347 Maynard Cor. Wiliam
phis, Tenn.; Seltzer Robert M., '41, branch at Muncie, Ind., a spot he crack a la Larry Kelly when he ex- Friedman, better than Newman, bet- Watch Crystals 35c
Chicago; Shelberg, Edward,'41E, deems too advantageous to abandonI plained his failing to make a punt ter than any of them."
'41,even temporarily to wear the Lions' --- -- -- - --
Lansing; Speelinan, Jacob Jr., '4,iform.___
Lansing; Strong, David A., '39Ed., uniform.
Helena. Mont; Thomas George S Others who will go are Ox Emerson,

University of Detroit's Thank:
ing Day game wih Duquesn
Pittsburgh will be broadcast ov~
coast-to-coast Columbia Broad(
ing System hookup at 2 p.m. tc
The Detroit outlet will be Sto
WJR. Ted Husing will be the

N umnerals
sgiv- MILWAUKEE - Harry Lys:naar,
e at Marquette sophomore back, received
c ast- two black eyes in the Duquesne game
oday. last Saturday, but he has no harsh
,tion words to speak against the Dukes.
an- He got the shiners by running into
one of his own guards.


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1G 11 , 11 1 ., 11V1C., t.G , ..,
'41Ed., Detroit; Vollmer, William E.,
'41, Manistee; Weymouth, Colin. C.,
'41E, Detroit.
Physical Education
Kitti Walter, '41Ed., Calumet; Lu-1
ther, William, '41Ed, Toledo, O.;
Flora, R. Louis, '41Ed., Muskegon;
Megregian, Michael, '41Ed., Dear-
born; Rockey, Frederick W., '41,
Edor, 0.; Heyliger, Frederick, '41Ed.,
Concord, Mass.
Colorado's Byron White
Has Remarkable Record
Byron White, of Colorado Univer-
sity, continues to uphold the high
performances which he has been turn-
ing in all season. Total yardage from
scrimmage this season has been 1,025,1
or an average of about 7.2 yards every+
time he carried the ball.
He has thrown forty-three passes
and nineteen have been successful for
a yardage of 263 yards, or 13.9 yards
a heave. In kicking, he has punted
forty-four times for an average of
44.8 yards from the line of scrimmage.
His runback of punts has averaged

guard; George Christensen, tackle,;
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