100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 30, 1937 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1937-09-30

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

Kipke

May

Change

Line-up

After

Disappointing

Workout

-I

Team Offense
Lacks Power;

Spartan Pilot

ASIDE LINES
By IRVIN LISAGOR

Friendship
By PETE TENN
When Michigan an(
State play next Saturda

To Feudship Saturday
vEY fullback they will meet a great deal.
d Michigan Even though they are friends, Al has
iy there will said that he will do most of the

z

z

THE SPIDER has acquired another
fly. .
Two Daily correspondents left E.
Lansing last Saturday via the back- i
door, "to beat the heavy traffic," andI
were traveling along right smartly l
when the driver smugly observed.
"We certainly gave that mob the
slip, eh. This road's well paved, very.
little traffic, and just outside of Oke-
mus it runs into the main highway
again.''
With that his irrepressible toes
tickled the accelerator again and
away they sped. Just outside of
Okemus, the gloating wheeler re-
leased his foot a millimeter and
cautioned himself, "Better slow
down, 'cause these cops clean up
around here on football Satur-
days, All these small burgs are
speed traps."
Like an oriental oracle, that driver
SPOKE it, for on the next turn a
motorcycle zoomed by, waved the car
to the roadside. "Where's the fire?"
demanded the cop with an obvious
talent for original comment. "I had
to go 85 to catch you. (Ed. note:
the Daily jalopy hops like a kangaroo
at 60). You went through two stop
lights . . . shut up and tell it to the
judge."
And off the boys trailed the cop to
court. He pulled up in the first farm-
yard and yelled for a certain "Bill."
Informed that Bill was in the barn,
the law directed the young reporters
to follow again. Through the barn
they traipsed, stepping very saucily,
it was reported, side-stepping now
and'then. Finally, Bill was found,
tinkering with his tractor.
"Got a coupla customers,"
shouted the cop, and Bill wiped
his nose across his shirtsleeve
and invited the boys into the
house. They sat around discuss-
ing the football game, the weath-
er, the probability of a crop next
harvest, etc., etc., while the cop
made out a ticket.

"Now I could charge you with reck-
less driving," said John Law, "But
I'll go easy this time and only charge
you with going through stop signs."
The driver almost sprained his
neck in a gracious bow to this most,
considerate officer. The judge 1
scraped a bit of soil off his shoes,1
pondered the ticket a moment and ]
said, "That'll cost you eight dollars." I
'Well, I don't have eight cents,"
quickly replied the driver. "But
I could write you a personal 1
check."
A bit dubious, the judge agreed ,
and the check was nervously
written. The hitherto silent cor-
respondent nettled by the whole
affair, spat somewhat sourly,
"You must hook a slew of mo-
torists on a day like this." The
crp didn't like that 'hook, but
he admitted that 27 were hauled
in.
Two Daily correspondents stomped
out of that farmhouse, wiser by
eight bucks, leaving the rustic j.p.
and his crony contemplating the
possible rubber content of the piece
of paper they held.. .
Aspersion Of The Week
Wrote a St. Paul Dispatch colum-
nist, "Evidently Joe Williams has
disappointed the Ohio State football
followers. He WAS ALLOWED (the
caps are ours) to be dropped from
school because of scholastic difficul-
ties ..."
Item From Gotham
From Yale, via the N.Y. Times,
comes this item': "Bill Renner, the
scrub team coach who developed
Dave Colwell and Tony Mott a year
ago, has brought Colwell, Humphrey
and Johnny Miller, a new end rush,
to fine form . . . " (Renner was a
great Michigan passer and captain in
'35).. .
DONUT
HOURS
Stop in for those
New, Delicious
HONEY DIPT
DONUTS
at the
BROWN JUG
COFFEE SHOP
1204 South University

Defense Good
Stress Individual Blocking
As Heavy Drills End
For Week
A revamped Michigan lineup, in
Saturday's football opener with
Michigan State seemed imminent yes-
terday after a long but disappointing
practice session at Ferry Field.
Coach Harry G. Kipke was frank-
ly displeasedat the showing of his
first stringers and stated that a!
shakeup in the team mght be in order
today.
Although he refused to say what
changes might be 'made, Kipke in-
dicated that a switch in the backfield
rather than the line, which was the!
lone bright spot in yesterday's ses-
sion might be made.
Offense Bogs Down
Offensively the Varsity lacked pow-
er, failing to make much headway
against the fourth string Junior Var-
sity in a 20-minute scrimmage.
Offsetting their poor offensive
showing, however ,was the fine de--
fensive play which the Varsity ex-
hibited against Michigan State plays
as executed by the Jay Vees. The en-
tire line worked well, the fourth
stringers making little progress dur-
ing the scrimmage.
Kipke sent his first three teams
against the Jay Vees in both offen-!
sive and defensive scrimmage. Each
squad noticeably lacked zip on of
fense, although all followed the first
team's suit with fine defensive play.
Gedeon, Valpey At Flanks
On the first eleven Kipke had Ged-
eon and Valpey at ends; Siegel and
Savilla at tackles; Heikennen and
Brennan at guards; Kodros at center;
and Farmer, Stanton, Hook and Pu-
rucker in the backfield.
Fred Olds, who reported late for
practice, worked out briefly with the
third team and will be back on the!
Sfirst eleven tomorrow.
Thesecond team was made up of
Smick and Rogers at ends; Smith
and Kuhn at tackles; Vandewater
and Jordan at guards; Rinaldi at
center; and Ritchie, Laskey, Janke,
Campbell and Piotrowski alternating
in the backfield.
Prior to the scrimmage yesterday
much stress was placed on individual
ablocking in the line. Coaches Ander-
son and Oosterbaan put the linemen
and ends respectvely through their
paces and seemed satisfied with the
result.
Scrimmage Ends
Elmer Gedeon, Stark Ritchie, Fred-
die Trosko and Harry Muhlholland
Jut in a long session of punting be-
fore the scrimmage with Hercules
Renda and Wally Hook receiving the
boots.
Kipke stated that there will be no
more heavy work for the Varsity this
week as some of the men are in need
of rest after the pre-season grind.
FROSH TRACK
All men interested in freshman
track should attend a meeting to be
held in the Yost Field House at 4:20
Friday afternoon Oct. 1. No former
track experience is needed in order
to attend this meeting.
COACH KEN DOHERTY
THE GOOD OLD DAYS
In the 1902 edition of the Michigan-
Michigan State grid feud, Uncle
Fielding Yost's moustachioed "point
a minute" bruisers trompled the
Spartans 119-0. Given a steamroller,
Michigan has a fair chance to repeat
this feat Saturday.

BASEBALL SCORES
American League
St. Louis 7, Detroit 6.
Cleveland 5, 0, Chicago 4, 1
New York 15. 0, Philadelphia 4, 3.
Boston 3. 7. Washington 1, 4.
National League
New York 6, 5, Pniladelphia 3, 6.
Chicago 3, Cincinnati 0.
Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 5.
Brooklyn, Boston (rain).

r:
bs w
Al Diebold the Spartan quarter-
back is one of the leading blokers
on the squad. His main assign-
blocking the Michigan fullbackwh
in all probabwi b ll be his old
Jackson High teammate, Fred
Janke. 4
,Juni1or Varsity
To Play Four
For the first time in seven years,
Michigan will be represented by a
junior varsity football squad which
will play a schedule of its own be-
sides scrimmaging against the var-
sity.
Under the direction of Cliff Keen
and Ray Courtright, theteam has
Ibeen working as a unit since the beI
ginning of the week. Several prom-
ising sophomores, who have shown!
up well in varsity drills, but are con-
sidered not quite ripe for Big Ten
competition, are expected to form the
nucleus of the squad.
Among those labeled as potential
varsity prospects are Dave Gates,
who has performed at both guard and
halfback, Herman Ulevitch, stocky
190 pound guard, Vince Valek and
Ed Frutig, a pair of ends, who have
shown ability as pass receivers, Tom
Hutton, center, and Joe Goldberg,
quarterback.
Coaches Keen and Courtright are,
still on the lookout for more material
and new candidates will be welcomed
at any time. At the present there
is a dearth of tackles and backs.
A tentative four game schedule has
been arranged which includes a home
and home series with the Michigan
State reserves, and games with De-
troit Tech and Alma.
-V

be a lot of old feuds renewed, but blocking
none of them will be as strange as and wh(
the one between Fred Janke, the ing to
Wolverine tackle-fullback, and the! out of t
Spartan quarterback, Al Diebold.
These two boys played together for
all of their high school careers at Int
Jackson High. While they were there,
Jackson had one of the strongest
teams in the 5-A League, and they
were two of the mainstays of the,
team. In his senior year Fred was
awarded the tackle position on the{
All-State team. Largely because of his' -
fine record Janke came to Michigan, -
two years ago, but Al followed his
5-A opponent, Steve Sebo, and went
up to East Lansing to join the
Spartans.
Al and Fred were the best of friends
in high school and the big fullback
and the little quarterback were to-
gether most of the time.
In last year's game when Fred was
a tackle and Al was a reserve half-
back they did not see much of each j
other in the game, but this year with
Al in the signal post and Janke in at
Machine Shorthand
Announcing
complete training in
STENOTYPY
g in line with our fixed policy o "The
Best in Business Traing. we are
happy to announce our new department
of instruction in Stenotypy the mod-
er machine shorthand method Steno-
tyyused to report nine out oft en con-
ventions and hundredstfl court proceed-
ings. 7s also the favorite dictation taking
method in thousands of business offices-
because o fts superior ease. ;peed accu-
racy and egibility We urge prospective
students of secretarial training see one
o1 our Free Stenotype Demonstrations,
liven. daily Study this anicue shorthand
instrument!n action!-and set details of
the complete Secretarial Course of which
it is an important part. For the sake of a
successful future in business-write, phone
or call today

gof the Michigan fullback'
en Janke is in there he is go-
give all he has to get him
he way.

roducing -
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
In new quarters - Under Quarry, 320 South State
FINEST SERVICE WITH NEWEST EQUIPMENT
'The Student's Hangout"

THE

5MdatIt

HAT

IN ANY (ROD
els seen rn
/ /' Esguire

Iij

- W ~- -i . --4%A-.ca . . ---..--- -
is different in exactly the right way... those
four crown ridges will make the fellows
wish they'd beat me to it .,. lots of class
to the band, too. ..
RIGHT FELLOW! You'll be proud of your
Ridgeway, it's got everything... Soft texture
- --Swansback moisture repellent finish . .
Perfection in every detail ... Get $ 8
this Portis style scoop TODAY!.i385
HAND FASHIONED BY
Other Portis hats $5 and $7
MASTEN & CHASE
211 South Main

Corsages
For
The Game
CHELSEA
FLOWER SHOP
203 East Liberty
Telephone 2-2993

HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
William at State Phone 7831

B

r"

m

i

Suits
Fall Styles
$24.50 to $50.00
Topcoats
$22.50 to $45.00
SWEATERS
$2.50 to $5.00
SUEDE JACKETS
$8.50 to $14.50
Interwoven Hosiery
3 prs.$1 2 for$1.10
RITZ SHIRTS
$1.59 & $2.00
STADEL &
WALKER
1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.

I

At the MILLERS Dairy Farms MILLERS ice cream is made a few hours after
milking - from really fresh cream. TRY IT NOW !

DOBBS SETS ANOTHER SMART STYLE
Wherever smart people gather, the style trend
originated by Dobbs...wider brims and wil-
low...is obvious. This soft gray-green goes
with anything, gray, brown, or even blue,
say the style experts.
$7.50 $10 $20
State Street at Nickels Arcade

of a
Cours
de Francais
French Conversation and
French Choral Music
Weekly Lessons of One Hour
October through January
ADVANCED $20; BEGIN-
NERS $18; CHILDREN $15
Helene.M. Cassidy-2-3630
Mary E. Vassel-8957

Miller 's

ICE
CREAM
e4 pronounced

creamy flavor

"HIGH TEST"

that lasts -- arich, full body -a
velvet-smooth texture..

SPECIAL - Friday, Saturday and Sunday
THICK MALTED MILKS (Chocolate) ....... , 10

1219 South University

620 East Liberty

533 South Main

1

I

,I

.

U

r

r

C _ r' _ i P' 7 _. _i _ _ .__ _ _._.L t .*. . . . .. -.. ( s

Nunn-Bush Oxfords for men who want
comfort, style and quality
$9.00 to $13.50

I!
Rrnlax nrl r(-rpnr nnrq P~n inth

I

I

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan