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PAGE STX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hockey

Team Loses Second-Line Center

Rutgers And Michigan Tankers Doran Breaks
To Stage Grid Battle In South Bone In Hand;
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Unfavorable Athletic Comment
Quieted By Removal Of Kipke

By DAVID ZEITLIN
It will be two months before the
major league ball clubs make their
annual training trip to the lands of
sunshine and palm trees, but it is only
a matter of a week now before Mich-
igan's swim squad embarks in toto
for its holiday sojourn at Ft. Lauder-
dale, Florida.
Coach Matt Mann, Assistant Coach
Harvey Muller and a squad of a dozen
swimmers will make the trip. There
they will romp and swim with swim-
mers from colleges and universities
from all over the nation and will cu-
minate their visit with the heralded
East-West swim meet which Michigan
annually wins for the West.
Only One Of Features
The swim meet, although it re-
ceives the largest share of publicity
is only one of the attractions which
the Wolverine natators are awaiting.
A second is the annual football game
with Rutgers.
Although this game, in which the
contestants wear swim trunks only,
Litle All-America
rid E leven Is Far
From Small In Size
NEW YORK, Dec. 9. -(P)- The
1937 Associated Press "Little All-
America", football team may be little
in name, but not in stature.
The team - five players from the
combined South and Southwest, three
from the Middle West, two from the
East and one from the Pacific Coast
-averages better than 189 pounds
over all. It has a line scaling 195
from end to end, and a backfield that,
despite the presence of 160-pound
quarterback Burns McKinney of Har-
din-Simmons, Texas, averages 181
pounds.
E. 0Harry Kline, Emporia (Kan.)
Teachers,
T. Wayne Godard, Cape Girar-
deau (Mo.)
G Elmer Cochran, Murray (Ky.)
Teachers
C Wallace Johnson, Austin (Tex.)
G Douglas Oldershaw, Santa Bar-
bara
1' Walter Riddle, Birmingham-
Southern
E William Smith, Marshall (W.
Va.)
QB Burns Mc Kinney, Hardin-
Simmons (Tex.)
11B Richard Riffle, Albright (Pa.)
HB Wendell Butcher, Gustavus
Adophus
F Clay Calhoun, Loyola of the
South.
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is listed in no one's official schedule- kJiA w catke tiBy ROY HEATH -
' book, it is year in and year out, one Harry Kipke's reign as Michigan
of the prime gridiron battles of the MnFull Se d Li Uiversity's head football coach was
year. The game will be an out-of- sharply terminated yesterday to end
the-season contest, and also promises, Lowrey May Make Switch for the time being at least an imbrog-
if past events are repeated, to be out- W lio of. charge and counter charge,
of-hand most of the time. ing To Post whispering campaign and journalistic
Has Play Planned flim-flam the like of which has sel-
The Michigan team, jockeyed from Everett Doran, sophomore second dom shaken the Wolverine athletic
wheMcinbanpotabyBrckeystroeline center and one of the fastest men domain.
on the Varsity hockey team, will be The news of Kipke's ouster yester-
status as a grad., is equipping itself out of tomorrow night's line-up day came as a direct climax to a series
with a fancy attack specially de- against Brantford A.C. because of I of moves on the part of factions and
signed for the field on which the fracture of one of the hand bones,(individuals aimed at encompassing
battle will be waged.ICoach Eddie Lowrey stated last night. the Michigan coach's removal chief
Doran, who scored the first goal of of which was a charge of subsidiza-
The playing field, the beach at Ft.! the season's opener against Western tion laid at his door a few weeks ago.
Lauderdale is bounded by a group of Ontario two weeks ago and who has Investigated and found lacking in
palm trees on one side, and the At been showing constant improvement substantial foundation by the Board
lantic Ocean on the other. Kasley' as practice continued, received the in Control of Physical Education and
after studying Michigan's varied of- injury in last Saturday's game with further quashed by outside develop-
fense throughout the regular grid sea- London A.C. At that time, however, ments, the affair nevertheless created
son has designed a pair of plays that the hand did not appear as badly in- unfavorable attention.
are sure to bring the desired results.
The first is an end run into ths jured as was later found out. Tem- Object of Rumors
oen pla. sney, himsf mtakes porarily taping it, Doran again re- Kipke, had also been the longtime
heal froy. cen , f stthe leftI turned to the game. object of rumors and news stories re-
then dashes into the pounding turf: In practice this week he found that volving around alleged dissension be-
unerwaternd im- he could not grip the stick properly tween himself and his aids, chief
mi ag hem ag estainde i and an x-ray was taken which showed among which was an unfounded story
pingtheanagsto Edstirayunderoandthe injury to be a straight fracture in published by a Detroit paper shortly
he gets it, simply outswims the entir he right hand. after the 1936 season to the effect
Rutgers team, and scores the touch-I With Doran definitely out of the that Kipke had been released as
down. Kasley is sure it will work. tilt, Lowrey will not have a full sec- Michigan coach.
A "Sleeping Beauty" ond line to send into the game unless Least among the reasons for his
If it doesnet, however, the second he switches one of the line's wings in- ejection, it was felt in many quarters,
one ill sas', hase.r The Olympic to center. This will put Michigan at Iwas his record in games won and lost.
Swimmer has named this the "Sleep-ia decided disadvantage because none Despite the fact that Michigan foot-.
ing Beauty" play because he plays of the wings has had any experience ball under the Kipke regime had
the sleeper. When the Rutgers teamat the position. reached the lowest levels in its his-
is lokir.Wgn the erahesneaks At last night's practice the squad tory at times, it was thought that his
down to the water line, and hides, went through its rigorous session fortunes were once more on the up-
under water, if necessary. Then after without the services of Johnny Fa- swing towards the championship
the ball is passed back from center, bello, right winger and Les Hillberg heights to which he once piloted Wol-
Kasley emerges from the deep and second line flanker. Both were out verine elevens. i.9
takes a long forward pass for the with slight colds but will put on uni- Entered n 1920
forms for the Brantford game. Informed circles were of the opin-
score.hd ion that his position in the Michigan
Last year, the contest ended in a athletic set-up, already rendered pre-
no-score tie, but Michigan would Chi Psi To Defend Mat carious by reverses on the field, was
have won if Ed Kirar had broughtrendered untenable by developments
his surveying instruments to thie Crown In I-M Tourney1 such as the subsidization fiasco.n
Southland with him.
The goal line was very indefinite. Fall athletics for fraternity teams bikesiare as a playing athlet
It had been marked on the beach, will close with the intramural wres- was brilliant both in high school at
but when Michigan approached the tling tournament that is to open at ansing, where he won 13 letters, and
pay area, Misudnly apeaed the Field House Monday, Dec. 13 at at Michigan. Kipke entered here in
pay area, it suddenly disappeared. m il from 1920 and before his days of competi-
AftrMihiga.n had rn Tf u plays, 3:00 to 5:30 that afternoon. ive athletics were over had become

sity Kipke became assistant football
and head baseball coach at the Uni-
'versity of Missouri but returned to
Ann Arbor the next fall as assistant
football, basketball and baseball
coach. In 1928 he was selected as
head football coach at Michigan State
College and a year later returned to
Michigan as head coach.
New York Group
Lilies Friedman
For New Coach
(Continued from Page 1)
ball tradition. Benny had a squad of
less than 30 players from which to
create a varsity team this year.
"Despite all this, City College has
just completed its most successful sea-
son in a football history that dates
from 1873. This was Benny's fourth
season as coach. In his first year,
1934, he created a team out of a score
of boys who had never before played!
football. That team scored more
points in that one season than in the
three previous years put together.
The attendance jumped from 8,000 to
50,000 and each year since it has
grown impressively."
Friedman himself will be present at
the meeting tomorrow night. Whether
the club would take any action in the
football situation was today proble-
matical.
Benny Friedman was captain and
quarterback of the Michigan football
team in 1926 and was chosen All-
American that year by everybody that
selected an All-American team. Af-
ter his college career, he played pro
football with the New York Giants
for a number of years before taking
on his coaching duties at City Col-
lege of New York.
DOTS AND DASHES-Somebody'
has suggested a rotation of coaches
among different schools in the same
league, viz., Bierman at Chicago,
Kipke at Illinois, Zuppke at Mich-
igan .

R-utgers redrew te ne. i t e
straight, but suddenly assumed a
marked circular character when it
approached the ball.
Thus when Captain Kasley looked
to the right he was sure his team had
scored. He looked to the left and
again thought he had scored. Then he
looked ahead of him, and realized that
the Wolverines were still inches from
the line. Rutgers took the ball, and
soon the game ended-in a no-score
tie.

Opening matches will take place
Monday night with Tuesday evening
devoted to the semi-finals and finals.
Members of the Varsity wrestling
team will act as referees.
Chi Psi, which won the title last
year with a three-man team, will de-
fend its crown again this year. Reg-
ular intramural eligibility rules will
prevail and at least two men must
constitute a team in order for their
house to receive entrance points.

Michigan's first nine-letter athlete.
In 1922 he was chosen as a halfback
on Walter Camp's All-American team.
Upon graduation from the Univer-I

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