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September 29, 1937 - Image 8

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IGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY wwnLzuAr,

SEPTEMBER 29,

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Michigan State College football camp
today as the Spartans prepared for
their first stiff test of the season-
the game with the University of Mich-!

Buckeyes Serve Reminder That They
Are Still in Big Ten Despite Breaks
By HERB LEV The Buckeye forward wall, cen- and Nick Wasylik, Mike Kabealo,
Well, Ohio State has finally shown tered around Co-captain Ralph Dick Nardi, together with HowardI
them-shown all the skeptical soda Wolf, a potential All-American pivot Wedebrook, one of the longest kick-
fountain coaches and Monday morn- man, completely outcharged and out- ers in the conference, manning thej
ing quarterbacks, that the Buckeye maneuvered the southerners. halves, the Scarlet backfield looks
eleven, hard ridden by graduation, in- Guards Reach Peak quite formidable.
clgibility and even death, are still Guards Warren Chrisinger, Sol Keep your eye on the Buckeyes.j
in the league, and very much so. Maggied, and Gus Zarnas, all sen- They're still around.
In defeating a strong Texas Chris- icrsknow, seem to have reached their CHAMPAIGN, Ill.- -The Illi
io elvnStrathe Scarlet peak for their final season. Tacklesno
proved that it can get along without Carl Kaplanoff and Alex Schoen- s varsity put an another session
provedtoday on defense against Notre Dame
its famous razzle-dazzle, instituted baum, performed brilliantly, while formations. The Illini did well
with the advent of Coach Francis another veteran Charley Gales was against running plays, but were!
Schmidt, but suddenly terminated by out with injuries, but will be back' troubled by passes.
the departure of its chief exponents for the Big Ten season.
Of course the Buckeyes have not The ends, Ream and Crow have MINNEAPOLIS. - (A') - New playsI
completely abolishedetheir famed been the real surprises. Both are were issued to theCMinnesota football
air circus. In the Texas Christian new to their duties, Ream being a squad today and Coach Bernie Bier-
game, a forward-lateral play feat- converted tackle, and Crow a bench- man sent the team through a long
turing fullback Johnny Rabb and warmer for two seasons. rehearsal in preparation for the game
ends Fred Crow and Charley Ream, In the backfield, the Buckeyes with the University of Nebraska Sat-j
clicked on several occasions. make up in power and strength, for .urday. George Smith, fullback, suf-
toss Changes Tactics ma uhey owe n d snd for fered a broken bone in his elbow.
Butnevrthles, he ossof hewhat they lost in speed and decep--____
But evetheess thelos ofthetion. Big Jim McDonald, a 190 MADISON, Wis. - (A>) - Freshman
two fleet pony backs, i y Dye and pounder, is the first full sized quar- Wisconsin gridders, with Marquette
Jumping Joe" Williams, s d two terback Ohio has had in years. With plays, scrimmaged the varsity today,
triple-threatens of the first order, Jim the hard hitting Rabb at fullback,with indifferent success.
Strasbaugh and the late Bill Booth, ______________________

independentsUrged
To Join In Athletics,
All students interested in forming
or joining independent athletic teams
are requested to bring their names
and team entries to the Intramural
Building as soon as possible this
week, it was announced by the In-
tramural Department yesterday. Last
year there were 35 different inde-
pendent clubs formed.
Entries for touch football in the
independent group will close Oct. 10
with play starting Oct. 14.
The faculty fall athletic program
lists golf, badminton and volleyball
on its chart. Golf will begin Oct. 8,'
badminton Oct. 14, and volleyball
Oct. 28.
WORLD RECORD BROKEN I
HILLSDALE, Sept. 28.-OP)-A
team of Belgian'"horses owned by the
Cedar Dell Farms, of Plano, Ill.,
moved 3,950 pounds Tuesday, break-
ing the world pulling record of 3,-

F R E E FREE
WIN
50-=200 -1000.
PHILIP MORRIS
CIGARETTES weekly by your correct
Scorecost of either of these games
MICHIGAN vs. MICHIGAN STATE
NORTHWESTERN vs. IOWA STATE
1000 Winners Each Week.
3ROUP PRIZES to fraternity, sorority and open houses for most
ballots during the entire contest will be on display at THE PARROT.
DIRECTIONS: . Write your scores and fraternity, sorority or your
open house affiliations on a back of a PHILIP MORRIS package
wrapper and deposit in ballot boxes at The Parrot, Calkins-Fletcher,
Wikel or at your home residence.

925 pounds set at the OhioCState Fair'
this year by the Gambow-Crali team,
of Pioneer, O. The exhibition was a
feature of the Hillsdale County Fair.

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