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THE MICHIGAN bAT

DAILY

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Again

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First Hurdle

In

The Comeback

Gortat Miknavitch

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Spartans ToTryForFourth Straight Win Over Michigan

Today

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Varsity Starts
Fourth Attempt
At 'Good Year'
Wolverine Followers Look
To Anderson's Linemen
To HaltSpartans
Kodros, Soph Star,
To Replace Rinaldi

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Will Start At

Pivot PostI

ASIDE LINES
By IRVIN LISAGOR

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Gophers Tangle
With Nebraska
In Feature Tilt
Nine Big Ten Teams See
Action; Purdue Vs. Ohio
Only Conference Game
Every one of the Western Confer-

Gridiron Attraction Transforms
Ann Arbor Into Carnival Ground

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been designated as starters. The lat-
ter will probably start if a groin in-
jury, which he has favored all week,
doesn't hamper him.
State Line Is Outweighed
Michigan's line outweighs their ad-
versar.y's by almost eight pounds to a
man. But Spartan speed offsets that
advantage. Bachman will present a
front of Gaines, the end-around ne-
mesis last year ,and Nelson, a dis-
tinct threat as pass receiver, at the
ends.
Harry Speelman, the line's inspira-
tional man, and Howard Swartz are
tackle starters. Darwin Dudley, a
sprinter-which makes his worth as
a guard inthe Notre Dame system
which Bachman espouses doubly
worthy and possibly Tom Gortat, a
noted blocker, will occupy the guard
berths. An injury may relegate Gor-
tat to an observer's role, in which
case Walter Lueck will likely start.
Norbert Miknavitch will occupy the
pivot post.
Backfield Not Certain
Only Doug Farmer, senior, and Tex
Stanton, junior letterman, are cer-
tain starters in the Michigan back-
field. Farmer will direct team play
at the quarterback post and also bear
considerable brunt of the blocking.
Stanton will start at fullback, but is
r certain to be replaced early by Fred
Janke,nconverted tackle who is a bear
on defense and may find himself as
a line bucker.
Kipke refused to designate his
starting tailback and wingback, but
reduced the choice between Norm
Purucker and Hercules Renda, the
midget sophomore, at the blocking
position, and Stark Ritchie and Fred
Trosko in the responsible running
and passing, and probable kicking,
slot.
Wally Hook, who appeared a likely
started earlier in the week, will also
see plenty of action.
Is Chief Threat
State's chief threat is Johnny Pin-
gel, a first-rate triple-threat. Pingel
is a dangerous runner, a sharp passer
even when on the run, and a great
kicker. This man, Michigan has
marked, and if he's throttled State
may show the results. But Usif Ha-
ney, fullback, can carry the freight,
too.
John Coolidge carries the State
blocking load, abetted by signal-
caller Charley Halbert or Allen Die-
bold, the latter a better blocker, but
impeded by injury.
Gene Ciolek, a sub for Pingel, is
also a man to be watched. He is only
a shade below the Spartan ace, and
can execute the offensive with equal
facility.
Antiipates Pass Attack
Kipke anticipates a passing rush,
for he's drilled his charges against
State passing formations all week.
The Wolverine mentor definitely be-
lieves the Anderson-coached line will
withstand any battering.
At any event, the Wolverines will
strive to rehabilitate themselves at
Michigan State's expense. No one
doubts that this game holds the ke
to success or failure for Michigan
this season. "If we settle down early
we're liable to do it," is Kipke's
last minute comment. Bachman i
unable to understand the swing of ex-
perts toward Michigan. Late this
afternoon, one of them will be set at
ease.

Saturday Swi' Session-...
NOW COMES the time for your
hitherto cautious ASIDELINER
to cast his charts, scout sheets, time
tables, paper data, etc,, etc., into
the spinning globe, light up a meer-
schaum and then stick his ungainly
neck out for the scoffers' delight.
We've consulted the oracles and comeI
up with some startling tips on today's1
gridiron jamborees. I
During the autumn we'll keep a
record of our predictions and see howi
much money we'd win-if we had the
blind gumption to expose a few bucks
to the hungry bet-mongers. So get
pencil and paper, chums, and hop
aboard. If you don't cop a week's
rent, then sue us .. .
Michigan-Michigan State, in the
Stadium-Expert and critic alike are
in perfect concord on this one. And
opinion to the. contrary notwith-
standing, your ASIDELINER is no
chump. He strings along. The win-
er ofthis one will-but definitely-
begin with an "M."
Northwestern-Iowa State, at Ev-
anston-We could be facetious here,
but that .would never do. Anyhow,
the Hawkeye crew will experience a
Heap of trouple.
Illinois-Depaul, at Champaign -
Bob Zuppke relishes as his favorite
dish a raw hamburger, over which he
spreads two raw eggs, broken per-
sonally to assure freshness. Atop
that he lays a'slab of raw onion. In
such a cannabalistic setting, Depaul
has no business .. .
Minnesota-Nebraska, at Lincoln-
The Gophers have been digging 11
holes all week-in which to bury 11
Cornhuskers .. .
Iowa-Bradley Tech, at Iowa City
-We resent misinformation. Iowa
WILL win a game this year ...
Chicago-Vanderbilt, at Nashville,
Tenn.-Although they never did de-
termine what the governor of North
Carolina said to the governor of
South Carolina, they never could re-
fute the fact that men below the
M-D line are gentlemen, and cour-
teous to a fault Howsomever, and
notwithstanding, even southern chiv-
alry won't aid the erudite Maroons . .
Eeny Meeny ...
Purdue-Ohio State, at Columbus-
A rattlesnake would make a peculiar
pet; hyenas don't actually laugh,
they suffer from psychological mal-
adjustments; chewing gum on the
shoe sole is a provocative annoyance
. . . (who's avoiding the subject???)
Ohio State by a razzle .. -
Notre Dame-Drake, at South Bend
-Football's thin man, Elmer Lay-
den, has shed copious tears over his
Irish. That should be the tipoff. Not

since the Relays at home will the
Drake eleven have seen such run-
ning .. .
Pittsburgh-West Virginia, at Mor-
gantown-Two teams composed of
coal miners meet, only one team's
personnel came from a poorer, fi-
nancially, lot than the other; "hence
they're hungrier. So it's Pitt by
many dollars (Who's being subtle??)
Army-Clemson, at West Point-I
Army believes in dress rehearsal with
full use of artillery. Clemson, chums,
is the target .. .
Southern California-Washington,
at Los Angeles-Movie stars have a
fashion parade. Cui Bono? South-,
ern Cal by eleven vowels . . .
Fordham-Franklin and Marshall,
at New York-This is hardly fair,
sneaking two teams in on the Rams.
But when it's over, Franco and his
gang will have taken the F&M citadel
(Naw, studes, this is another Franco,,
a tackle!!!)
Wisconsin-Marquette, at Madison
-The Hilltoppers have lost Buivid
and the two burp boys, the Guepe
bros. So I have a mill on the
Badgers . . .
Louisiana State-Texas, at Baton
Rouge-Texans swear by the Bible,
but the prayer was taken out of foot-
ball in 1934, eh, Kip ... It's L.S.U.. .
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Cornell-Colgate at Ithaca-We had
a friend from Ithaca whose folks
come from Utica. They liked Ithaca
better than Utica, and we like Cor-
nell to give Colgate a good paste in
the mouth . . .
Pennsylvania-Maryland, at Philly
-There'll be no filial affection dis-
played by the Quakers this aft .'.
N.Y.U.-Carnegie Tech-Initials in-
trigue us, so N.Y.U. rates the nod .. .
California-Oregon State-Howin-
hell are we supposed to know - - -
But for record's sake, Cal - - -
Texas Aggie-Manhattan, at New
York-Those Texans go berserk in
Gotham sometimes, and we're not
taking any chances ...
Detroit University-Western State
Teachers-The latter have classes
this afternoon-in football tactics
101.
Navy-The Citadel-Given a clear
day, minus nor'westers, fogs, mines,
!tc.-the Navy should send this fort-
ress back to the balmy blue in noth-
ing fiat.
Oregon-Stanford--Two mediocre
teams in a tight game. Oregon by
in eyelash-or closer.
Princeton-Virginia-Signal prac-
tice for the learned New Jerseyites.
Tulane-Auburn-One of the two
is going to have motor trouble-
Iuess which?
Buffalo-Allegheny -Train leav-
ing on track two - to Buffalo.

Archie Kodros, sensational soph-
omore center, will replace Capt. Joe
Rinaldi in the starting lineup this
afternoon. His outstanding defen-
sive work won him the position.
Westfall Paces
Ann Arbor Hicoh
To 18-0_Victory
Paced by their captain and star
fullback, Bob Westfall, Ann Arbor
High's fast-moving football squad
defeated a highly touted Grosse
Pointe eleven last night at Wines
Field by an 18 to 0 score.
Westfall scored touchdowns in the
second and fourth quarters and
proved a bulwark on the defense as
the stout Pioneer line held Grosse
Pointe without a first down until
the last five minutes of the game
when the Pointers took to the air
to make their only long drive which
proved futile.
The first Ann Arbor score resulted
after Sam Neustadt, right end, re-
covered a fumbled punt reception by
the Grosse Pointe safety man on the
Pointer 36-yard line. Westfall raced
around his own left end and down
the sidelines 25 yards to a touchdown.
In the early minutes of the fourth
period, Westfall's pass to Kalb was
good for 23 yards after which Bob
hit left tackle for 10 yards and the
second touchdown.
The final score came later in the
last quarter when Bob Plichta in-
tercepted a Pointer pass and raced
25 yards to the five yard line, from
which point a line buck produced the
last six points.
NO SERIES SPONSOR
CHICAGO, Oct. 1.-(P)-There will
be no $100,000 income from radio
broadcasts of the World Series this
year for the first time since 1933.

ence's ten big teams except Indiana'
and Iowa steps onto the gridironi
this afternoon either to open its 1937c
season or to play its second game.
Minnesota travels to Lincoln, Ne-
braska to play the keyed-up and dan-
gerous, University of Nebraska. Min-
nesota, confident of coming through
on the top side of the score will nev-
ertheless find the going tough.
The Cornhuskers are not a team
with which to dilly dally, especially
on their home grounds and it may
take another Merriwell run, duplicat-
ing Andy Uram's gallop of 70 yards
last year, for the Gophers to retain
their record of only one defeat in the
last three years.
Predict Buckeye Win
Next to the Minnesota-Nebraska
tiff and outside the state of Michigan,
Purdue and Ohio State draw the
limelight to Columbus. This game
is the only inter-conference game
scheduled.
With Coach Francis Schmidt back
at the helm, the Buckeyes are expect-
ed to open up their big bag of tricks
for the Boilermakers' inspection.
Whether Purdue can overcome the
glitter stuff will depend on whether
or not its great tri-threat back, Cecil
Isbell, can offset the State stuff by
his superb passing. His tosses last
week threw Butler for a 37-7 loss in
the last quarter.
Experts Select Wisconsin
Wisconsin, selected by experts as
the teami to watch, expects to defeat
Marquette at Madison after trounc-
ing S. Dakota State last week. The
Badgers are undoubtedly much
stronger and speedier than a year
ago.
Chicago, with the remembrance of
last year's 37-0 wallop received at the
hands of Vanderbilt meets the Com-
I modores today at the southern
grounds. Vanderbilt's triumph over
strong Kentucky a week ago bodes
ill for Clark Shaughnessy's Maroons.
Northwestern opens its season
against Iowa State at Evanstonthis
afternoon and the Big Ten cham-
pions may rest assured.
Coach Bob Zuppke's Illini again
face DePaul and will once more at-
tempt to win.
FROSH SWIMMERS MEET ,
All members of the freshman
swim squad are asked by Coach
Matt Mann to report to the pool
in the I-M building Monday after-
noon, at five o'clock for the an-
nual meeting of frosh swim aspir-
ants.

By BEN MOORSTEIN
Transforming itself overnight from
a somnolent student town to a noisy,
ribaldrous carnival ground with the
center of attraction the .Michigan
State game, Ann Arbor is no more
Ann Arbor than is McGees Corner.
Streaming streets, overflowing

sidewalks, packed highways all lead- Ipack eAtnetralnsormtgin i
ingin heonedirctonto heSta-' being felt, still faint but gaining
ing in the one direction, to the headway. The carnival grounds
dium; railways, airways, thumb-ways empty, the streets quiet down but far
carrying rooters, fanatics, hawkers, into the night remains a hangover
scalpers, alumni all with one pur- of nervous tension not disappearing
pose-to see the Wolverines of Ann until Sunday morning.
Aror-meetheWSpransof East The transformation is complete.
Arbor meet the SpartansAnn Arbor metamorphoses again
Lansing. within 24 hours into the orderly,
Changes Overnight quiet town that is Ann Arbor. Ann
Staid English professors, serious- Arbor is again Ann Arbor.
visaged history instructors, lab as-
sistants, all forgetting for the time
their educational duties and mixing Yost Says Football
their lectures with football phrases,r
their assignments with grid terms, Is Too Uncertain
their colored drawings with pigskin
diagrams, and closing the hour with To Forecast Game
offerings for a Michigan victory-all
these make Ann Arbor no longer Ann
Arbor. Coach Fielding H. Yost, the grand
75,000 people, mulling and pulling, old man of Michigan football, yester-
squeezing and edging into seats, cran- day refused to predict or even dis-
ing and stretching, cheering and cuss today's gridiron clash between
groaning will watch twenty two jer- Michigan's Wolverines and their
sey-clad figures line-up, will see 22 annual opening day rivals from East
be-helmeted objects run into a bunch, Lansing, Michigan State's Spartans
spread out, may see a lone flash Stating that football was too un-
streak for the upright posts and by certain and never decided until the
using imagination and ear strain final whistle blew, Coach Yost pre-
hear a whistle blow. ferred to maintain silence on the im-
75,000 people will watch letters be- pending battle He dug into his mem-
ing formed, stunts being attempted, ories and recalled the day when the
bands trying to outdo each other and Yost cdached Wolverines were lead-
music relegated to a minor position. ing Pennsylvania 21 to 0 only to have
And then another half, a duplication what looked like a sure victor3
of the first. Another whistle blowing. snatched from their finger-tips by a
Another victory and another defeat. score of 23 to 21. As a more receni
What goes up comes down and so example, he cited the Stanford-
with the game. Autos covered with Santa Clara battle of a week ago. It

New Michigan Yells
To Appear Tomorrow
THE SPELLER
Yea Michigan!
Yea Michigan!
Yea Michigan!
M-I-C-H-I-G-A-N
Yea Michigan!
THE MICH
M-M-M-M-
I-I-I-I-
C-C-C-C-
H! ! !
Yea, Mich! Fight! Fight! Fight!

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