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November 04, 1938 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY P
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Horace In The Breach Plays Phi Delts Beat Badgers, Buckeyes amand Stausbaugh. studied wa
DHoratio At The ridgeRole P 8-6 For IOWA CITY-(P)-On edge for
TRD l{traditional battle with Minnesota, the
MADISON-(IP)-Steamed up with University of Iowa football team
By HERB LEV 173 pounds, he's not physically Alpha Kappa Lamda, Delts the hope of scoring an upset victory Thursday went through its final home
Horace Tinker couldn't make his' equipped to do so. But otherwise.aturday over Northwestern at Ev- workout in the rain.
high School football team. Two years Tinker has the requisites that make Also Wasn At Speedball at ,isconsin wound up its
ago he was just another freshman tu I
try-out. His whole sophomore sea- good football players. There are few Continuing their spirited playoff week's football drills Thursday with Coopers Wool Hose.. 35c - 30c
son was spent on the bench. But harder workers on he squad than battles t of hich a brisk workout ad a review of Fall Hats...............83.50
m w rn , r Tk Hr ,tlesagreat partof which isNorthwestern's attack. Coach Harry Lamb Knit Sweaters $2.95-$3.95
tomorrow afternoon, Horace Tinker Horace, and fewer boys who love the "played in the, shadows of twilightSuhrhesadewoltaehee Tpas. ..$1.0ndp
may hold the ley to the Wolverines'lgame more.yd Stuhldreher said he would take three1 Topcoats $17.50 and up
hopes against Pennsylvania. The Michigan State game proved a each day, Phi Delta Theta and Alpha complete teams with an extra cen- Suits. .... . ... ..$23.75 and up
Horace is the gent who's been great thrill to Horace, because it of- Kappa Lambda advanced a step near- ter and right tackle.
chosen to take the place of the in- fered him his first opportunity to play er the cherished championship goal Kr DWALK A FEW. STEPS
jured Archie Kodros at center against before a crowd. Tomorrow the eyes and Delta Tau Delta made its way COLUMBUS-(P)--Defenses against AND SAVE DOLLARS
the Quakers Saturday. and his task of the crowd will be focused on him. into the elimination series in the In- Purdue passes occupied Ohio State
will be far from an easy one. As Tinker goes so may go Michigan. terfraternity Speedball League con- University's gridiron Buckeyes yes- K U MN '
D amond Career Postponed 'Can he make good? His Wolverines test at South Ferry Field yesterday terday. Simone did the tossing for
In the first five games, Kodros has from Coach Crisler on down think so afternoon.'the white-shirted bogus Boilermak- YOUNG MEN'S SHOP
been a powerhouse back of the line, to a man. The feature playoff contest of the ers, while a variety of backfield talent, 205 E. Liberty Phone 8020
the bulwark of the Michigan defense. As Kodros himself puts it "I still day saw Phi Delta Theta staging a including Kabealo, Langhurst, Ford-
At the time of his injury he had hope to get in there Saturday, but if spectacular last-minute rally to de--
firmly established himself as the I can't I'm confident 'Tink' will do a feat Phi Kappa Psi by the score of
class of the Conference centers, and good job." ,8 to 6. Trailing, 6 to 5 with but a
was headed for all-American mention. minute and thirty seconds to play,
Tanker, who earned his chance by'Tom Peterson of Phi Delt booted
virtue of his good work as Archie's Minnesoha Suad Drilled ome three rapid end-kicks to cinch
understudy, came to Michigan or- the encounter for histeam. Previous It may be "all Greek" to ,ome people, but to the
iginallyosea baseball player. Ineli- For Possible Wet Field to this, Peterson had scored two oth- instructors at theI U. of 1. it ought to be simple
gibility postponed his diamond career er markers, his total of five making enough.
a year but he's looking forward to a MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 3.--(P)-Pre- him the high scorer of the tilt.
paigfor the possibility of a wet ApaKpaLmd rme i- Loans of any amount, up to $300 can be obtained~
spot in Coach Ray Fisher's outfield paring Alpha Kappa Lambda trimmed Sigheiout co-signers or endorsers-without any
in the spring. Meanwhile Horace field against Iowa Saturday, Coach ma Nu by a 6 to 3 score in another publicity-without the kind of security usually
went out for football as a side-line Bernie Bierman Thursday sent his playoff game, Dick Roemer and required elsewhere--by any one having the ability t.,
and almost overnight he developeI Minnesota squad through a ball George Weesmer each tallying two repay in small regular amounts, except students.
iato a center of Big Ten caliber. points to lead the winners' attack.
Team Is For Him hedigdrilldesigned osnThe final contest of the day had3 ein28Sates
Horace isn't expected to complete- them with a wet ball. While most of Delta Tau Delta gaining the right to G 7, Fsgr in Diislding
ly fill Kodros' shoes. Weighing only the two-hour workout was conduct- !participate in the playoff series by

Fred Olds, junior guard, who has
been kept on the bench because of
the brilliant play of Ralph Heik-
knen and Jack Brennan, may see
action at center tomorrow as a sub
for Horace Tinker. Olds was an All-
State center in high school at East
Lansing.

ed in the Field House, Bierman sent drubbing Phi Sigma Delta, 7 to 2.
" hi sqad nto he ainswep 'pac-Bob Christie, with three points, paced
Joe Louis, John H enry Lewis his squadfontotein t c the DTD team, while Sumner Cotton's
run-two penalty goals saved the losers
ning plays. from being whitewashed.

NEW YORK, Nov. 3-I)-Joe promoter, showed up at the meeting
Louis, the heavyweight champion, and demanding $3,300 from John Henry,
John Henry Lewis, who is recognized claiming that he had advneed Lewi
as the light-heavyweight ruler every-tas vrnce e
where except in this state, met at that amount last summer when the
Promoter Mike Jacobs' office here to- Negro was preparing for a scrap with
day and ironed out the details of Tony Galento.
their 15-round fight at the Garden
on Jan. 27. jrc
The pair, who will ;e the first to
meet in an all-Negro heavyweight
championship fight in this country, jDA N C IN G
lid everything except sign the official
contract. They will attend to that on
Nov. 25 at the offices of the StateAne
Athletic Commission. /Xrn Ory - -
The comimissioners want to speak
to Jahn Henry, who recently threat- Auspices of Company K V
ened to sue them for a bundle of
money because they had vacated his n
175-pound title. John' Henry un- TONIGH T nQ
doubtedly will assure the commission-
ets that he was only fooling.
Joe Louis, the champ, will receive
40 percent of the gate, which should, HERB "RED" RITZ
run around $100,000, and Jol~n Henry
will get 171/2 percent: John Henry and his band.
had to agree to fight exclusively for
Mike Jacobs for five ears n the Every Friday andSt y
Herman Taylor, the Philadelphia

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Notice to

A signal drill wound up the prac-
tice. The first team as it lined up,
minus Heikkinen, Evashevski, and
Valek, all potential starters, was,
Danny Smick and Ed Frutig at the
ends, Capt. Fred Janke and Donj
Siegel, tackles, Fred Olds and Jack
Brennan, guards, and Horace Tink-
er at center. In the backfield Cris-
ler had' four sophomores, Tom Har-
mon, Jack Meyer, Paul Kromer and
Howard Mehaffey.,
Will Test Pass Defense
The Michigan pass defensewhich
caused Crisler's men much trouble
earlier in the year 'is due for another
stiff test if reports concerning the
Quakers' sophomore passer, Frank
Reagan, can be believed. His tosses
had Yale running around in circles
and he is dangerous enough as a
runner so that the Wolverines will
not be able to concentrate entirely
on stopping his passes. In addition
he has done a large share of the
Pennsylvania punting which has av-
eraged 40 yards per kick over the sea-
son.
The big Pennsylvania line is an-
other thing which may give the Wol-
verines trouble. If Coach Munger of
the Quakers puts the line on the field
to start the game' which has started
their games so far this year the
average weight will be 206:/2 pounds.
The Wolverines will go through a
signal drill today. Pennsylvania is
due to work out at the Stadium this
rmorning and then go out of town for
the night.

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