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THF MICHIGN DIILY

Several Big Cases On National I
Football Docket This Weekend
By DON WIRITCHAFTER councilors Sutherland, Goldberg,\
Call the jury together, neighbors, Chickerneo, Daddio, etc. But so far
for old Judge Football is holding court during the present right for suprem-
again this Saturday and there are acy, the Pitt aggregation have not
several important cases listed on the missed the services of these once
docket. famous lawyers. The old Judge has,
The aged barrister, in fact, will favored them already with two over-
hear trials this week that are almost whelming verdicts, one against Wash-
as vital as the Bruno Hauptmann or ington and one against West Virginia.
even the McCulloch versus Maryland Also on the docket this week is the
affairs. ' Minnesota versus Purdue trial. The
Take the case of Duke versus Pitts- Gophers, champions of the Western
burgh, for example. The party of Conference last year, are appealing
the first part, the Blue Devils from to-the higher courts after an unfavor-
the South, have already shown in able decision last week against Ne-
their previous trials against David- braska. The Boilermakers also suf-
son and Colgate, that they possess fered an earlier reversal this year, but
much of the influence and power that both possess pdwerful squads and the
last year carried their cause to the decision will have a lot of bearing on
Rose Bowl, the supreme court of the whom the Judge is to chose as cham-
old Judg'e's law system., pion of the Conference this year.
A New Slate For Pitt Wildcats Try Again
The party of the second part, the , Northwestern, charged with insub-
once mighty Panthers will be without ordination in their trial against Okla-
their famous defenders of last year, homa Saturday, will try once again
to get in the good grace of the judge
K 1fwhen it meets the Ohio State Buck-
iCff f DL eyes, the same defenders that de-
cisioned Missouri 19-0 in their last
For H id -W est calso on the Conference schedule is
. the Wisconsin-Indiana affair. The
Honors Agai IBadgers were found guilty of fuimb-
ling in their tilt with Texas last week,
while the Hoosiers were also deemed
By JIM MONAHAN punishable for letting up against
Michigan football enthusiasts may Iowa. It was a case of two bad actors
see a match for the Wolverines' Tom who both comefrom good-families.
Harmon in the person of Nile Kin- An Imposing List
nick, Iowa's great star,:this Saturday. Another Big Ten team, Illinois,'
The Hawkeye back's performances will march into alien territory to stake
this season have been among the its claim against Southern Califor-
highlights of Big Ten football. nia. Oklahoma will accuse Texas of
His 8.5 yardage average and seven- robbing Wisconsin in their meeting
straight drop kicks for extra points last week.
against South Dakota and Indiana And that is not all. Other impor-
this year speak for themselves. The tant cases on the docket are Ford-
Iowa star has had a brilliant football ham vs. Tulane, Michigan State vs.
history in spite of the injury which Marquette, Army vs. Columbia, Navy
kept him out last season. He was vs. Dartmouth, Yale vs. Penn, Notre
All-Conference quarterback in 1937 Dame vs. Southern Methodist, Holy
and seems slated for a similar honor Cross vs. Georgia, Princeton ys. Cor-
this year. nell, Nebraska vs. Iowa State, Cali-
Who's This Man White? fornia vs. Oregon; and Stanford vs.
Being a "triple threat" back and U.C.L.A.
a straight "A" student (Whizzer Order in the courts, neighbors, for
White had nothing on Kinnick) are the Judge will have a busy day Sat-
not new accomplishments for triis urday.
Hawkeye senior who hails from Oima- '
ha, Neb. He came to Benson High
School in Omaha at the start of hiFF
senior year with a big football repu-For Fall
tation from a small town in Iowa,
Denison. Proving to be a brilliant Tiffany
open field runner and punter he....
easily outshone opposing players. rsted
. At the end of the season he was
:regarded as one of the best backs ever
to come out of a Nebraska high school
and was chosen all-State quarterback
From football Nile turned his at- Tailored
tention to basketball and again made in Rochester
an all-State rating, as a forward. Al- stern

Powerhouse At Guard

Pro Offensive Play
Ains At Records
NEW YORK, Oct.. 11 -P)--Bril-
liarit offensive play during the first
month's campaigning promises 'an
orgy of record breaking in the Na-
tional Pro Football League 1939 sea-
son.
Already one mark has been tied and
one broken. Don Hutson, Green Bay
end, has caught 11 passes this season
to bring his total to 136, one greater
than the old mark held by John
Blood. Ace Parker of Brooklyn com-
pleted 15 passes against Washington
to tie the imark set by Pat Coffee of
the Chicago Cardinals in 1937.
Other records definitely are in dan-
ger. Jack Manders of the Chicago
Bears, scoriing 16 points, boosted his
lifetime mark to 320, only four less
than Ken Strong's record total.

Chi Phi, Sigma Nu Win Speedball Tilt

Four tilts marked the second day'sX
play in the interfraternity speedball
league yesterday.
Chi Phi took their opener from Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, 14-9, with Bill
Schust pacing the victory. "Tub" Al-
len came up with a good, but futile
game for the losers. Sigma Nu, led
by Bud Norton, won its first game,
of the season from Alpha Kappa
Lambda by a 7-2 score. Austin
Beebe was the boy who went down'
trying for the losers in this tilt.
Phi Sigma Delta managed to
squeeze out a 6-5 win over Lambda
Chi Alpha in a game which uncovered
a number of promising players, among
them being Mel Moss and Hanley
Wolf of the Phi Sigs and Laurence
Smith and Harold Mattson of the;
Lambda Chis. With Martin Rudnan
leading the way, Phi Beta Delta out-

scored the Chi Psis 8-6. Bob Palmer
looked best for the losers in this one.
The Zeta Beta Tau-Sigma Alpha Mu
meeting, originally carded for yes-
terday, will be played tomorrow (Fri-
Jay) at 5:15 p.m.
Two one-sided victories were add-
ed to the records in the dormitory
;ouch football league, with Wenley
House swamping Williams, 19-0, and°
Chicago taking a 15-0 licking from
Adams House. Van Giesen opene:d
the scoring in the Wenley-Williams'
tilt with a 65-yard run on the first
play in which Wenley had the ball.
The winners ran up their score in the
first half, with Ira Wilson Atarring.
William tightened up in the 3econd
half behind Pratt's good defensive
work and the game was close from
there in. Peters was outstanding for

the Adams team in their 3asy w'n
over Chicago.
Harold Copp, Intramural official in
charge of speedbal and touch foot-
ball, has requested that all those par-
ticipating in these sports should take
advantage of the free physical exam-
ination offered at the University
Health Service as soon as possible.
This is desirable not only as a safety
measure, Copp declared, but it also
does away with the necessity of sig:'-
ing a waiver card before each game.
VARSITY HOCKEY
All eligible men interested in
Varsity hockey are requested to
meet at 4:00 p.m. Friday in the
Field House.
-Capt. Spike James

Ralph Fritz, 198-pound guard,
who came to Michigan from New
Kensington, Pa., and Kiski Prep-
aratory School, will start at his
regular post Saturday n the Wol-
verines' tilt with Iowa. Fritz won
the Chicago Alumni Trophy last
spring.

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Hawkins And Snider
To Be Iowa Guards
IOWA CITY--()-Hawkins and
Herman Snider, a pair of 180-pound-
ers, have been selected tentatively to
fill the guard spots in the University
of Iowa eleven when ittmeets Michi-
gan at Ann Arbor Saturday.
They will replace Charles Tollef-
son and Henry Luebcke, regulars who
are on the injured list. The Hawk-
eyes wvent through a spirited practice
Wednesday and appeared undaunted
by the heavy loss of man-power in the
last week and the odds against them
as they face their second Big Ten
rival of the season.
SHAN HOUSE
OUTDOOR
and COATS
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THE FA VORITES OF MILLID NS

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most single-handed he led Benson to
defeat~Creighton University Prep,
perennial city champions. Michigan
fans remember his sterling play in
Yost Field House two winters ago.
As Versatile As They Come
That the Wolverines will be :n the
alert against Kinnick when Iowa in-
vades Ann Arbor next Saturday is
certain. The 1937 All-Conference
.quarterback may give the Maize and
Blue plenty of trouble from his pres-
.ent halfback position. He is Iowa's
leading scorer with 31 points in two
games. His 8.5 average comes from
223 yards gained in 27 attempts. He
has tossed five touchdown passes and
punted impressively to date. If he
lives up to this reputation and con-
tinues his uncanny drop-kicking ac-
curacy Michigan will have its hands
,full with one Hawkeye halfback.
IBOWLING]
The Campus Bowling League start-
ed its week 22-week tournament Tues-
day evening, with 12 teams entered
from the Law School, fraternities and
independents.
A five dollar entrance fee is paid
at the beginning of each 11-week
half of the tournament and the pins
will be hit for prizes ranging from
55 cents to 30 dollars plus four prizes
for individual champs. One of the
teams will be entered in the Ameri-
cgn Bowling Congress to be held in
Detroit this year.
At the elections last week Bill Jones
became president, Waynestille was
elected secretary and treasurer and
an arbitration committee composed of
Bud Davoli, Dave Rhame and Dick
Shroth was set up.

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