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1, 193 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Giants Repeat
Senior League
Championship
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 30.-(A)-J
Climaxing their second straight
"Frank Merriwell" dash down the1
stretch, the New York Giants
clinched the National League pen-
nant today.l
They won their 15th senior circuit 1
championship, their second in a row,>
and their third in five years under
Manager Bill Terry by taking the
opening game of a double header
from the Phillies 2 to 1.
To King Carl Hubbell, their south-
paw great, went the honor of put-
ting the old convincer on the drive
by which they came from third place
in July ,and from seven games behind
in early August, to retain the honors
they won last year with a similar
drive.
"Mealticket" Hubbell pitched a
five-hitter in the pennant-winning
game and had a shutout until Dolph
Camilli tagged him for a homer with
two out in the ninth inning. In
the nightcap, fielding a makeshift
team, the new-old pennant winners
were beaten 6 to 2.
By taking 15 pennants, they broke
a tie with the Chicago Cubs for the
leadership in winning most cham-
pionships.
NOTICE
There will be a meeting of all
candidates interested in trying out
for the Varsity tennis squad ac-
cording to Neil Levenson, captain
of this year's team. The meeting
will be held at 4 p.m. this after-
noon in the Michigan Union.

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ASIDE LINES
By IRVIN LISAGOR

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Sox Drop Two; Detroit GYMNAST ENTRIES WANTED
Grabs A.L. Second Place All undergraduate students in-
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 30.-(P)-The ten sted in g mnasticsompetiti
Detroit Tigers clinched second place intramural point system for nu-
in the American League today even merals may sign entrytblanks at
though they were overwhelmed by the the office in the Sports Building
St. Louis Browns, 10 to 3. or report to the auxiliary gym in
the Sports Building between 3:30
Assurance of runner-up position to and 5:30 M., T., W., Th.,
the Yankees came when the third Louis Kulcinski, 7537.
place Chicago White Sox lost a
double header to the Cleveland In- Read The Daily Classifieds
dians.

A Destiny Rides ...
Three weeks of voluntary hell be-
hind them-22 days of near-despotic
discipline, during which rivers of
sweat poured from their bruised,
weary bodies, hours spent mastering
the intricacies of a game which pos-!
terity may well label "barbaric" in
an otherwise allegedly civilized era-
all that behind them, Harry Kipke's
Wolverines trot onto the Stadiuml
greensward tomorrow afternoon de-
termined to sound the clarion call
to comeback.
But more than that, to lapse
into the melodramatic, a destiny
rides on the shoulders of the
eleven men bedecked in Maize
and Blue who face Michigan
State-the destiny of Harry
Kipke and his associates. Last
year, you remember, Kipke was
the object of that vulturine clan
of wolves that tapped ominous
messages on his window pane at
night and silently threatened
crucifixion if he faltered. That
same order of neurotics, muffled
since Kipke's retention, are
merely playing 'possum, and the
least falter in the forward step
might easily arouse them to more
insidious mumbling and grum-
bling.
* * *
Slump Should Snap . ..
ANNUALLY since the Wolverines
fell into the slough of defeat,
criticism against the ingratiating
Michigan coach has mounted. But
always the reasons for the sudden,
albeit protracted, slump was various-
ly assigned to (1) a dearth of ma-
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terial, (2) the inevitable gridiron
cycle, (3) lack of adequate line coach-
ing since Jack Blott's departure, and
others, including (4) coaching dis-
sension.
This year, most of those reasons
have been thoroughly dissipated. Ma-
terial is ample. Only depressions last
forever; the grid cycle should expend
itself in three years. Hunk Ander-
son, renowned as one of the nation's
foremost line mentors, has been add-
ed to the coaching staff. And the]
coaches have-at least outwardly-
manifested complete cooperation in
their work.
Thus the harmless second
guessers, who have in their
quaint way tried to solve thej
local problem, are stymied. The
grab bag of alibis, excuses, bona-
fide reasons or what have you
is almost depleted.
For this vital reasoin a destiny
rides on the Wolverine shoulderj
tomorrow ...I
The Way Out Is Up .. .
THOUGH there is no unwarranted
enthusiasm in the Michigan
camp, neither is there despair.The
boys, as well as Kipke, know rock-
bottom has been reached. From
there they can go in only one direc-
tion, upwards-which is synonomousl
with forward.
For the most part the boys have
been under fire before. With the
calm that comes with experience'
they should be in command of their
faculties. They can now concentrate
on winning, rather than on their'
stage presence. Anthropologically no
different from the Michigan State
homo sapiens, they should resent re-
curring indignities, such as being
bullied about the Stadium.
And to you footballers, the eyes
of Michigan men the world over
will be watching you. In their
hearts and minds-eye is a bit of
nostalgia for the Michigan that
used to be, the Michigan that
proudly rode a tidal wave of
football fame. They remember
when Michigan opponents sought
a sedative at the mere prospect
of facing the "champio'ns(?) of
the west." Today they trudge
humbly among their colleagues,
unashamed withal, but heartsick
over recent Michigan fiascos.
They must face the biting mock-
ery of the uninformed, who acid-
ly inquire: "Michigan? Michi-
gan? Isn't that in E. Lansing?"
Michigan State is open sesame to
your 1937 season, fellows, and re-
member the destiny..

Janke Back At Fullback
Post As Wolverines End
Drills For State Game
With the starting line-up for the1
Michigan State game Saturday
still a matter of conjecture, Coach
Harry Kipke spent the afternoon
polishing off several rough edges on
his Wolverine squad and was pleased
with the result.
The return of Fred Janke to the
fullback position lent a cheerful note
to the practice. Janke showed plenty
of power and drive as three squads
ran through about 2%/2 hours of
dummy practice, which stressed punt-
ing defense, punting and kickoffs.
Defense Shows Up Well
A first-string line including Archie
Kodros at center, Ralph Heikkinen
and Fred Olds at guards, Don Siegel
and Roland Savilla at tackles and
Elmer Gedeon and Art Valpey at ends
took the defensive against a team
composed of the second string line

With two years of experience be-
hind him, Charley Halbert, a sen-
ior, will be calling the Spartan
plays against the Wolverines in
Saturday's game. He alternates at
the quarterback job with Al Die-
bold, another State star.
Final Practice

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and a backfield of reserve blockers
Finds M .S.C. with Wally Hook, Freddie Trosko,
Stark Ritchie and Gedeon kicking.
At TO Form While the Varsity line looked good
on the defensive, the reserves who
will serve for replacements in the
Bachman Works Charges starting line were bowled over with
little difficulty.
On Signals; Tom Gortat KipkeShifts Men
May Be Out Of Game There were no hard bodily contact
drills in yesterday's session. Coaches
EAST LANSING, Sept. 30.-WP)-A Kipke and Anderson are taking no
well-tuned Michigan State College chances of further injuries and feel
football team went through a light that more. can be gained from light
workout today in preparation for workouts than from more rigorous
what is expected to be its biggest drills.
battle of the year-the game with The shake-up that was threatened
the University of Michigan at Ann by Coach Kipke because of the poor
Arbor Saturday. }showing of the first string two days
Behind locked gates the Spartans ago was very evident yesterday as a
looked over their plays. Coach Char- 'number of players found their way
ley Bachman checked and double into what was considered the starting
checked for possible flaws, seeking line-up until two days ago.
to have his team as near perfect as Tex Stanton at full and Wally
possible when they trot out on the Hook at the tailback position have
Wolverine field. kept their jobs.
The team is drawn to a fine edge, May Start At Tackle
so much so that a note of irritability Big "Joe" Savilla worked most of
entered the picture. A newspaper the afternoon with the first string
photographer found the usually line at tackle and it is quite possible
good-natured Spartan squad reluc- that h tart in lace of Bill
tant to put on the customary exhibi- Smith who looked like a sure bet a
tion for the lenses. few days ago.
As the game drew closer, the worry As is the custom, Coach Kipke will
over Tom Gortat, the ailing guard, take the following men into quiet se-
continues. Whether he would be clusion until the time of tomorrow's
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Intramural Department
Fall Sports Program
Fraternity:
Entries Play
Event Close Starts
Speedball ......Oct. 1 Oct. 5
Track, outdoor . .Oct. 8 Oct. 14
Volleyball ...... Oct. 1 Oct. 18
Handball ......Oct. 20 Nov. 2
Swimming, dual Oct. 20 Nov. 8
Water Polo .... Oct. 20 Nov. 8
Wrestling.......Nov. 28 Dec. 13
Independent:
Football, touch .Oct. 10 Oct. 14
Volleyball ......Oct. 15 Oct. 22
Handball ...... Nov. 10 Nov. 18
Wrestling.'....Dec. 12 Dec. 13
All-Campus:
Golf ...........Oct. 1 Oct. 6
Tennis ........Oct. 1 Oct. 7
Riding .........Oct. 7 Oct. 13
Gymnastics ... . Oct. 11 Oct. 12
Squash........Nov. 1 Nov.
Twenty-one .... Nov. 14 Nov. 16
Faculty:
Golf ....................Oct.
Badminton.............Oct. 14
Volleyball..............Oct. 28
Graduate Students:
Volleyball
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still a problem, with the betting
against the chancesithaththebhusky
'player from Muskegon would be in
at the sound of the opening whistle.
Another worry landed on Bach-
man's shoulder when Allen Diebold,
first string quarterback, complained
.of a sore shoulder. Diebold pulled
up in a light workout today and was
hustled off to college doctors, appar-
ently suffering from an ailment
growing from an old injury that re-
turned in the game last Saturday
with Wayne.
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game: Bill Barclay, Jack Brennan,
Bob CampbellhDoug Farmer, Elmer
Gedeon, Ralph Heikkinen Wally
Hook, Fred Janke, Forrest Jordan,
Archie Kodros, Dennis Kuhn, Der-
wood Laskey Louis Levine, James
Lincoln, Earle Luby, John Nicholson,
Fred Olds, Bob Piotrowski, Norm Pu-
rucker, Hercules Renda, Capt. Joe
Rinaldi, Stark Ritchie, Joe Rogers,
Roland Savilla, Don Siegel, Dan
Smick Bill Smith, Tex Stanton, Hor-
ace Tinker, Fred Trosko, Art Valpey,
Clarence Vandewater.
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POSTAL AUTHORITIES SCORE
Hunk Anderson, Michigan's line
coach, has a good word for the postal
authorities. He is in receipt of a let-
ter addressed to him at "Michigan
State College, Detroit, Mich.," and
delivered in Ann Arbor.
LOSE FIRST TWIN BILL
NEW YORK, Sept. 30.-(P)-The
Yankees dropped their first double-
header of the season today, losing
to the seventh place Athletics 8 to 3
and 6 to 3.

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