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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRESS PASSES

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Comparative Statistics - Michigan Vs. Pennsylvania

nion billiard room, announced yes-
rday that the first round of the ' UJA
nion ping pong tournament will EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the regular thing, from training table conditions
exchange column for the week. The t ntttn ernmsa ato
art at 7:30 p.m. Monday evening writer is David N. Tyre, sports edit to instituting metronomes as part of
l the Union billiard room, of the Daily Pennsylvanian. practice equipment. All of his many
waking hours are spent on football,
The limit of t boys have already PENNmanship . . . and to list the things he does to in-I
gned for h ournament, led by sure a smart team, a well-drilled
e defending champion Dick Stone. By DAVID N. TYRE team, would take more than this col-
nong those expected to give Stone NTIL THINGS began happening umn allows.
enty of opposition are two fresh- UILp
en, Wayne Stille, one of the rank- with alarming rapidity to the key Munger, sitting on the bench
g Illinois players, and Mort Finkle- men of the outfit, Pennsylvania had week after week in regulation
ein, Flint thampion. itself quite a football team this fall. football attire, has seen his team
What might aptly be termed a "New Iwallop overrated Lafayette, hum-
ble Yale under a flood of power
deal all around" has put the grid- and precision, take a licking from
iron sport on a much more .savory Princeton on an overly-hot day,
basis as regards coaching, adminis- squeeze out a one-point win over
tration and the handling of players, Columbia by dint of a determined
Sto the tremendous benefit of the team. pass-defense when Sid Luckman
Q uality.... George Munger, a zippy sort of began to throw bulls-eyes, and
young man with short-cropped hair battle Navy to a standstill despite
Go hand in hand and the typical collegiate air, is more a badly crippled eleven.
responsible than any one else for the What has happened is that Balfour
for Fall in MI LTONS cange aSei aoint Smith, one guard has a broken hand,
March he has revamped almost every-whchaprhidensvgm.
Star Lorber, the other, has a badly
Suis wrenched knee and only two sopho-
mores are left to handle the chores
in the center of the line, which is
T opcoats where Navy did all of its ground-
Tgaining last week.
O F A M O PERFUMES Then Jim Coulter. Jim Connell and
O vercoats Mike Burke of the first-string back-
Beautiful Bottle FREE field, and Nelson Yard, regular tackle,
with each dram are also under par at present. Coulter]
suffers from a numbed shoulder nerve,,
GU ERILA I N which harms his blocking-back work,
2EConnell received a sacro-iliac wound
Shalimar ........". ...1.60 in the Navy game, Burke has a badly1
Southern Breeze .....1.25 bruised side, and Yard has been bad-
Night Flight .........1.00 ly bunged up since the Princeton
Blue Hour .......... 1.00 tilt.
LENTHERIC HOW THE TEAM will stack up at
Tweed..............1.00 Ann Arbor will depend on how
Gardenia .. 1.00 -
Gardnia.........1.00 these men come around this week.
Shanghai...... .1.25 Munger is not one to work the team
CARONhard in mid-week practices, and the
CR injuries can't be laid at his door,
. "Xmas Night....2.25 most of them coming from the
h{ Bellodgia ......... 1.50 Princeton game, which caught Penn-
C AYsylvania napping mentally and physi-
l"fCORDAY cally.
SToujor .Mi
Trujour B".e Fans can look for a terrific
punter, as fine a pair of ends as
Gardena . . . . . . . . . have been seen in Ann Arbor this
Original Dram Bottles 1.25 year, and a standout tackle in the
OrignalDramBotles . .25 Pennsylvania team. Frank Rea-
"ECONOMY" LUCIEN LE LONG gan, sophomore quarterback, has
been doing over 50 yards on his
SUIT TOPCOAT OVERCOAT Whisper .......1.50 boots, kicked one 84 yards from
Impromptu .......1.75 quick-kick formation against
$16.50 Opening Night .....2.00 Navy. Harlan Gustafson and Len
Mon Image ......... .2.00 Warner are the ends, both de-
Indiscret ............1.25 fensive giants; Navy had to
double-team Gustafson and still
couldn't gain. They are standout
pass-receivers when the erratic
[7LT O N SAnd in Captain Walter Shinn, who
19 South Main Street East Liberty at Fifth Avenue plays the tackle next to Gustafson,
On your way downtown Pennsylvania has a fine leader and
one of its best tackles in over 60
years of football.

MICH.
First downs.................... 59
Net gain rushing.1053
Net gain passing ................ 404
Net total from scrimmage .......1457
Forward passes attempted ........70
Forward passes completed ........26
Forward passes int. by ...........10
Punting average-scrimmage line 35V,
Fumbles ........................ 9
Fumbles not recovered ............5
Yards penalized.180
Total score to date ........... . ..95

OPP
35
276
548
824
100
41
4
31
5
2
75
27

PENN
52
808
199
1007
56
17
12
40
9
6
173
69

OPP.
56
515
556
1071
111
54
7
41
8
5
118
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'Too Slow,' Says Zuppke lacked speed, sent Track Coach Leo
Johnson out in search for proof.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 3-R~)-I Johnson, who also is backfield coach.
Coach Bob Zppke, believing the 1938reported today the fastest back coy.
University of Illinois football varsity ered 100 yards in 11.2 seconds, the
was "the worst tackling team in the fastest lineman in 13 seconds.
history of the school" because it

Dobbs has the
EDGE for DRESS

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MICHIGAN PENNSYLVANIA
Michigan State 0 34 Lafayette .....
Chicago .......7 21 Yale ..........
Minnesota ... . 7 0 Princeton.
Yale ......... 13 14 Columbia . .
Illinois ........0 0 Navy........
AVERAGE WEIGHTS

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Mich.
Team ..........189
Line .......... 190/

Penn.
202
206%/

Mich.
Tackle to tackle 1941%2
Backs .........188

Penn.
210
194%

Rising Power Of Northwestern
Promises Greater Achievements1
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 3.-()- the most sound defenses produced by
Northwestern's Wildcats are "on the a midwest team this season. Waldorf,
,,ao a great tackle at Syracuse, has a flock
prowl"-heading toward the domin- of fast charging forwards and a back-
ating position clenched so long by field thoroughly grounded in defen-
Minnesota in the Big Ten football ; sive play.
wars. Regardless of how Northwestern,
In his fourth season as Northwes- ifinishes this season, the Wildcats will
be in the upper bracket of 1939 Big
tern's coach, Lynn Waldorf has a Ten teams and may come up with one
well balanced team which is driving of the strongest teams in the sctiool's
toward the Western Conference title. history. Only one regular backfield
But more than that-Northwestern is man, Bernie Jefferson, will be lost by
showing signs of producing, within graduation. From the line, only
the next few years, powerful teams three starters will be gone-Cleo
wfhich may at least rival the remark- Diehl and Tom Eby, ends, and Bob
able record Minnesota elevens com- Voigts, tackle. Returning star for-
piled under Bernie Bierman. wards such as Nick Cutlich, Don Gur-
Northwestern, with a string of four itz, Hal Method and John Heman will
victories and one scoreless tie with be aided by a wealth of promising re-
Ohio State this season, has one of serves.
Reserve strength. according to Wal-
dorf, enabled Northwestern to upset
Coach Charlie Hoyt Minnesota last Saturday, and the
Wildcats have a wealth of replace-
Pleased By Early ments on which to build during the
next two seasons. Sophomore stars
Condition Of TeaM include Francis Purtell, Erwin Mad-
sen and Oliver Hahnenstein, while
Rounding off one of the most suc- from the freshman squad willscome
cessful outdoor fall track practices flash
of the past years, Coach 'harlie Waldorf succeeded Dick Hanley and
Hoyt seems well pleased with the took charge of the Wildcats in 1935,
breaks Mother Nature has handed when his team won four games, lost I
him this season. The ideal weather three and tied one. Northwestern won
together with the large turnout has the Big Ten title with six victories
combined in helping Charlie get and no conference defeats in 1936 and
his promising squad into good all- last year won three Big Ten games
round condition. and lost the same number. Still on
With no thought of priming his the Northwestern schedule are Wis-
men for their individual events this consin, Michigan and Notre Dam(.
early in the game, Coach Hoyt has Waldorf's club is rated a good chance
prescribed a general workout con- of stopping the Irish Nov. 19-and if
sisting of cross country and sprinting ,such is the case the Wildcats may go
to build up the stamina and condi- on a triumphant tear the next few
tion of the team as a whole. seasons.

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Injuries Hurt
Spartan Team,
Four State Stalwarts Are
Out Of Missouri Game
EAST LANSING, Nov. 3-AP)-A
gloomy Mchigan State College foot-
ball squad, minus four of its major
players, left for Columbia, Mo., to-
day to match its speed and deception
against a reputedly big but slow
University of Missouri squad.
Chances of a Spartan victory Sat-
urday have dimmed steadily as this
week progressed, in the opinion of
observers. First, the scouts reported
the Tigers would outweigh State ma-
terially. Then, they told of the threat
of Paul Christman, a 215-pound back
who has scored nine of his team's 10
touchdowns this season. Then, to cap
the climax, injuries riddled Coach
Charley Bachman's lineup.
The Spartans left behind big Ole
Nelson, a main cog in their pass of-
fense; Johnny BUdinski, a fierce
hitting little back; Paul Derrickson,
one of the better fullback replace-
ments, and Steve Szasz, No. 2 right
halfback after Budinski's injury.
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Men in the distances, half-mile
and up, have spent three afternoons
a weekon the cross-country course
storing away power that may bring
them to the tape first in some gruel-"
ing race this winter. I
The squad now made up of 85
members which will be still further
increased at the end of football
practice, pleases Charlie not a little.
"With a squad this size," he declared
enthusiastically, "we can mold a
strong well balanced team."
This Friday begins a series of
weekly relay meets between evenly
matched teams consisting of all mem-
bers of the squad. The events include
the sprint, the mile and the two mile
relays and are scheduled to promote
competition between members of the
squad.
Beveridge Joins Barons
WINDSOR, Ont., Nov. 3.-VP)-Bill
Beveridge, former goalkeeper for the
Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Ma-
roons in the National Hockey League,
has been signed by the Cleveland
Barons of the Internatioral-Ameri-
can Hockey League. He will join the
Barons immediately for their open-
ing game against the Pittsburgh Hor-
nets Saturday.

Giles Signs Red Contract
CINCINNATI, Nov. 3.-( P)-Gen-
eral Manager Warren C. Giles of the
Cincinnati Reds signed a three-year
contract today. Giles, who came here
from, the Rochester Club of the In-
ternational League in 1936, was un-
der an agreement expiring Nov. 1,
1939. Terms were not disclosed.
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Friday Night Dances!

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AT THE LEAGUE they offer dancing divine to the rhythmic and tantalizing
swing of CHARLIE ZWICK. To keep you entertained while you are "sitting
one out" and during intermissions, they have provided Ping Pong, tables for
bridge, and BINGO. Prizes are offered in the latter.

MONDAY, Nov. 7, 8:30
HILL AUDITORIUM
A limited number of both season
and individual concert tickets

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