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THE MIC!{Iv4N DAILY

Amer

To Be Kept Out Of Illini Game As Safety Precaution

Ids Injured,
[ay Not Play
This Saturday
hl Remains In Hospital
ith Infection; Christy,
ena Sit On Sidelines.

?aul Kromer of the "Touchdown
ins," said last night he will not
y in the Illinois game Saturday
order to give his knee, which he
ured in the State game, a rest.j
le has been bothered all weekI
h his knee and after practice last
ht reported to the University Hos-
3l. Kromer"said that Dr. George
nmond, team physician, and Dr.
1 Badgely, a specialist, told him
t he should not play this Saturday
fear that he might further aggra-
e the injury.
Doctors Can't Be Reached
:romer added that he would be'
dy for the Minnesota gamve Nov.
Neither Dr. Hammond nor Dr.
lgely could be reached last night
onfirm Kromer's statements.
iso added, to the cripple list yes-
lay was the veteran guard' Fred
s, who severely bruised his shotil-
bone while making ablock as the
n went through its last contact
1 before leaving for Champaign.
s not yet known whether he will
' against Illinois.
Kohl Shows Improvement
arry Kohl's bothersome infection
wed great improvement at Uni-
ity Hospital yesterday, but it
ned very unlikely that the re-
e quarterback would be able to
vith the squad.
thers on the sidelines during the
:tice were Herc Renda, Ed Chris-
nd George Purcell, all three suf-
ng from charlie horses. Renda
Purcell will definitely remain in
Arbor this week, while Christy's
us will also be decided today.
.though Saturday's battle will be

Wings To Open
Aganst Hawks
Thompson Heads Chicago
In First Full Season
NEW YORK, Nov. 1.-G')-A re-
vamped gang of Detroit Redwings
and a Chicago Blackhawk team start-
ing its. first full season under the
'management of Paul Thompson will
open the 1939-40 National Hockey
League campaign tomorrow night at
Chicago. But it will be another week
before all seven teams have seen
'action.
The Redwings, who have let go
Doug Young and Marty Barry and
acquired Cecil Dillon from the New
York Rangers, will present a lineup
made up partly of veterans and part-
ly of youngsters. Among the stand-
bys will be Tiny Thompson in goal,
Ebbie Goodfellow and Scotty Bow-
man on defense, and Syd Howe at
left wing. The recruits, some of them
with major-league experience, in-
crude Conny Bgown, Buck Jones and
Kenny Kilrea as well as Gus Giese-
brecht, on' of last year's best rookies.
Chicago has made most of its
changes on the forward line, with the
acquisitions numbering George Allen
ronm the Philadelphia Ramblers and
Les Cuniingham and Phil Herge-
sheimer fromi Cleveland.

Michigan's T t Harmor Goes Where Illinois' Red Ghost Once alloped

Schwartzkopf Will Run
In Sugar Bowl Carnival
Ralph Schwarzkopf, who just re-
turned from a European tour with the
American track team, has been en-
tered by Coach Ken Doherty in the
3,000 meter invitation run to be held
in the Sugar Bowl Carnival at New
Orleans on Dec. 31.
Michigan's distance ranner may
also be entered in the N.C.A.A. cross-
country meet at Lansing on Nov. 27.
Coach Doherty, however is still un-
decided about the entry.

FRATERNITY
MEN!

If you're going to
y.the .Ball
'Tis all more reason
that you call
0. A. MOE
BARBERS
y .State St. - Under the Quarry

Homecomin g Day for the Illini, the'
Michigan seuad is also looking for-
Wird to the game as a sort of a debt
'paying affair.
It w1l1' mark sensational Tom Har-'
mon's chance to make up for Red
Grange's perforiance gainst the*
Wolverines back in l 24, and at the
same time prove that th7 e ammer is
as good if not betted tha-r the Gal-
loping Ghost.
The Wolverines will go through a
light drill at Ferry Field today and
leave for Chicago earl tolInrmow to
spend the eve of the 25th reunion of
the Illinois-Michigan series in the
_Windy. Pity.

Red Grange (left) the Galloping Ghost on the way to his fourth touchdown against Michigan in the
famous Illinois Stadium's dedication in 1924 when he scored four touchdowns in the first 10 minutes of play
and gained 402 yards in the 41 minutes that he played.
Tom Harmon (right) the Wolverines junior half back, who is an All-American prospect will appear in
this Saturday's home coming game in the same stadium where the Ghost had his field day against Michigan.
All together Harmon has scored 73 points to' lead the nation's football scorers.
In the Iowa game Harmon scored all of the Wolverines 27 points as they shut out the Hawkeyes. He has
scored in every contest the Wolverines have played so far, and he is one of the most powerful runners in
recent years as well as an outstanding passer. Harmon has also proven to be an excellent place-kicker, having
converted 10 out of 12 attempts so far.
Chii Phi, Sigma Chi Win Speedball Tilts

I

arl Court Sessions Indicate
Speed Will Be Basis Of Attack
eg conditioning-that's where the more quarterback on the Michigan
hasis is being placed as the Wol- eleven and an outstanding prospect
ae basketball squad works out from last season's rookie squad is,
it ma thmeanntramuasped ili also scheduled to report with the oth-
basis of this year's attack. er football men. Bob Westfall, an-
fast game may be the outcome other sophomore prospect from last
he early drills because combined year's team, and Norm Call, who did,
hth and ability seem to be lack- not come out for the freshman court
The order seems to be short, squad, but who was a" star player in
and potential ability among the high school, may also report after the'
t likely first stringers. fiial turf battle with Ohio State, but
aptain and center Jim Rae is the they have not yet decided definitely.
regular now out for practice
towers over six feet, being four
es above this mark. The other
ity men attending the workouts
Charlie Pink, senior letterman{
forward, junior Herb Brogan, a
ard who seemed to be headed for s
od season last year when in-
bility took him out of the lineup, :
Mike Sofiak, who alternated be-
m the front and back lines to
his "M."
fiak was late in reporting due to
ankle injury, and he has been
ng light workouts to get back
condition.
wo juniors, reserves from last
who are showing up well are
Glasser and Bill Cartmill, both
nate between center and for-
i and stand six feet two inches.
ie prize among last years fresh-
is Bob Fitzgerald, who is well
the sic foot mark. Bob is the
sophomore who already has re-
ad a varsity uniform and is work-
nut with the veterans, with whom
eems to be holding his own quite

Chi Phi gained a place in the first
place play-offs in the fraternity
speedball league yesterday by defeat-
'ing Sigma Nu 9 to $ in a hard fought
game. Camilo Posada and Bob Morse
starred for Chi Phi, Morse contribut-
ing a three point placekick which
proved to' be the mnargin of victory.
Ken Eckhart and Bud Norton were
the Sigma Nu stars.
Sigma Chi joined Chi Phi in the
first place play-offs when they won
from Delta Tau Delta 6 to 2. Jack
Cooper andAlvin Kelso led Sigma
Chi to victory. Ed Reid was the
star for Delta Tau Delta.
Sigma Alpha Mu Wins
Sigma Alpha Mu, sparked by the
fine play of Robert Krause and Rich-
ard Levy, won a nip and tuck game
from Lambda Chi Alpha, 8 to 7.
Theta Chi and Phi Gamma Delta
also tangled yesterday and the game
-O }

ended with Theta Chi on top by a
score of 7 to 5. Chuck Dillman and
william Keas were the stars on the
Chamberlin and Jim Harrison played
good games for the losers. Phi Sig-
ma Delta, with Norman Rosenberg
and Lester Persky leading their at-
tack, routed Zeta Beta Tau by the
lopsided score of 16 to 1.
On Tuesday Psi Upsilon defeated
Alpha Tau Omega in a close contest,
6 to 5. Charles Evans of Psi U was
the star of this game. In other
games Phi Delta Theta edged out a
one point win over Phi Kappa Sigma,
7 to 6, Phi Beta Delta won from
Theta Xi, 9 to 8, and Kappa Sigma
trounced Phi Kappa Tau 10 to 0.

Alpha Sigma Phi forfeited to Pi
Lambda Phi.
Fletcher Hall Takes Title
' Fletcher Hall defeated Michigan
House 7 to 0 in an inter-dormitory
touch football game Tuesday to win
the championship of their league.
Walt Fish's passing, and the star
play of. Kenneth Butler, Joe Proctor,
and Charles Esler paved tie 'way for
Fletcher Hall's victory.
William Burke and Raymond Jaar-
sma were the stars' of the Michigan
House lineup. Both played fine de-
fensive games. In the only other-
touch football game Allen-Rumsey
routed Williams House 24 -to 0. Bob
Diflingham led the Allen-Rumsey
offense against the hapless William's
team.

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More heighth will be added to'the
i when six foot letter winners
mm Harmon and John Nicholson,
d Paul Neilsen, a reserve last year,
6ort after the football season. Other
erans who will report along with
ese gridders are letterman Milo
Lkup and Fred Trosko, also a re-
've.
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