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Ohio State Prepares
For Fast Illini Backs
COLUMBUS.-(P)-Coach Franci
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Coach Crisler
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trying to break through the Ohio
State varsity line Thursday in pre-
paration for meeting here Saturday
an Illinois backfield composed of one
of the fastest quartets in the Western
Conference. Only one Buckeye,
tackle Jim Piccinini, will be on the
bench because of injuries.
Prep For Irish Aerials
EVANSTON-()-Expressing sat-
isfaction over the excellent physical
condition of his squad, Coach Lynn
Waldorf put his Northwestern foot-
ball players through a long drill on
pass defense Thursday in prepara-
tion for Saturday's game with Notre
Dame at South Bend.

Injury - Riddled Gridmen
Impress Mentors With
Unusual Drive And Pep

BASKETBALL MGR. TRYOUTS
All sophomores interested in
trying out for basketball man-
ager should report to Yost Field
House at 3:30 p.m. today. Seven
tryouts have already come out
and six more will be accepted.
-Larry Rinek, Basketball Mgr.

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AL PAGORA

Overcoats

It's an ill wind that's blowing to-
wards the "City of Brotherly Love,'
if yesterday's final touch to the
Wolverine's practicesession is a real
indication of the mood the football
team is in.
For Coach Fritz Crisler added that
psychological touch as a climax to
this week's drills, when he sent his
gridders crashing hard into the tack-
ling dummies with the cry of, "Hit
those Quakers!" And hit them they
did, hard and viciously.
Savilla uimps Dummy
So much pepper did the Michi-
gan football team put into this
closing work-out, that tackle Roland
Savilla tore the dummy loose from
its support with his last tackle of
the afternoon.
Whether this burst of spirit is only
a flicker or the real thing only,
Saturday's contest with Pennsyl-,
vania will tell. Coach Crisler seemed
fairly well pleased with the mental
attitude of the team, and so it may.
be that they have come back.
Injuries Still A Worry
However, Crisler was somewhat
worried about the physical condition
of the Wolverines. Tackle Bill
Smith is not fully recovered from
his leg injury nor is end John Nich-
olson. Also, somewhat hampered
will be fullback Bob Westfall, who
injured his arm, and Rueben Kelto,
reserve tackle, who suffered a slight
face injury.
Still in doubt was the starting
quarterback. Forest Evashevski has
worked out the last two days in con-
tact drills, but Crisler doubts that
he will be fully effective by game
time Saturday. In the event he is
not Bob Ingalls,. who turned in an;
iron-man performance against the
Gophers after being shifted only five
days previous to the game from cen-
ter, will take over.
It's Up To Evie
However, Evie's performances have
been fairly good in practice, and,
indicate that the big quarterback is,
really the one who is going to say
whether he thinks he can play his
best game or not.
Immediately after practice the
team entrained for Philadelphia, and
will hold its final workout on their
opponents' grounds this afternoon.
Cross Country Run
Won By Brelsford

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Roland Savilla, big Wolverine
tackle, gave promise that Coach
Crisler's squad will be at fight-
ing pitch for Penn Saturday when
he tore the dummy loose from
its support with a vicigus tackle
at the end of yesterday's practice
session.
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Quentin Brelsford, a promising
freshman distance runner from Bir-
mingham, showed his heels yester-
day to fourteen of his team mates
as he won the freshman two-mile
cross country meet in the excellent
time of 10:19.3. Rene Hall was sec-
ond and Dave Matthews edged out
John Purdue for third by half a
The meetwas held to providethe
yearling distance men with one last
outdoor workout before they join the
varsity in Yost Field House for the
indoor season.
Pace Is Signed To Defend
Title By Promoter Kearns
DETROIT, Nov. 16.-(P)-Promoter
Jack Kearns announced tonight he
had signed Georgie Pace of Cleveland,
who recently succeeded Sixto Esco-
bar of Puerto Rico as bantamweight
champion, to defend his title against
any of three contenders.
The three, Kearns said, are Lou
Salica of New York, K.O. Morgan of
Detroit, and Tony Olivera of the
West Coast. The bout, Kearns said,
will be staged on or before Jan. 12
in the city which will "Give us the
best offer."

Start Series Next Season;
WildcatsReplace Iowa
Michigan will travel eastward in
the second football game of the sea-
son next fall, when they invade the
ivy-covered campus of Fair Harvard,
one week after their annual battle
with Michigan State's Spartans. The
Wolverines will not tangle with the
Crimson in 1941 but the following
year, Harvard will travel to Ann Ar-
bor to return the compliment.
Northwestern's Wildcats replace
Iowa on the Wolverines' 1940 sched-
ule. The game will be played in the
Michigan Stadium. Other home
games are with Michigan State, Illi-
nois and Pennsylvania.
Michigan's schedules for the next
three years follow:
Oct. 5-Michigan State at Ann Arbor
Oct. 12-Harvard at Cambridge
Oct. 19-Illinois at Ann Arbor
Oct. 26-Penn at Ann Arbor
Nov. 2-Chicago at Chicago
Nov. 9-Minnesota at Minneapolis
Nov. 16-Northwestern at Ann Arbor
Nov. 23-Ohio State at Columbus
1941
Oct. 4--Open (probably MSC)
Oct. 11-Iowa at Ann Arbor
Oct. 18-Northwestern at Evanston
Oct. 25-Minnesota at Ann Arbor
Nov. 1-Illinois at Champaign
Nov. 8-Chicago at Ann Arbor
Nov. 15-Cohmbia at New York
Nov. 22-Ohio State at Ann Arbor
1942
Oct. 3-Open (probably MSC)
Oct. 10-Iowa at'Ann Arbor
Oct. 17-Northwestern at Ann Arbor
Oct. 24-Minensota at Minneapolis
Oct. 31-Illinois at Ann Arbor
Nov. 7-Harvard at Ann Arbor
Nov. 14-Chicago at Chicago
Nov. 21-Ohio State at Columbus
Coveted Prize
Now At Stake
Harmon's Hopes Depend
On Last Two Games
NEW YORK, Nov. 16.-()-Tom
garmon's last two games for MiPhi-
gan this season, against Pennsylva-
nia at Philadelphia Saturday and
against Ohio State the following
week, will give the Michigan half-
back a chance to get back in the
running for the Heisman Memorial
Trophy. The trophy is awarded each
December by New York's Downtown
Athletic Club to the oustanding foot-
ball player of the year.
The first 100 ballots that came in
showed four men leading in the race.
They are Harmon, Iowa's Nile Vn-
nck, Paul Christman of Missouri,
and George Cafego, Tennessee's l-
around star.
Kinnick will lead the rejuvenated
Hawkeyes against Minegsota Satur-
day and Christman will be out there
pitching for the Tigers against un-
beaten Oklahoma in one of Satur-
day's "naturals." Cafego was hurt in
last week's "breather" with the Cita-
del.
In addition to the Heisman Trophy
Poll, there's another going on for
selection of the leading team in the
East.

IN THIS
CORNER
By Mel Fineberg
(ditor's Note: In the absence o Mel
Fineberg, who is en route to Phila-
delphia, today's column is written by
Herb Lev.)
A Winter Preview . .
The absence of Fritz Crisler and
his comeback-bent warriors leaves a
one day lull in the local sports scene
which we'll attempt to break with a
hasty preview of some of the scenes
which will command the headlines
ten days hence, when Hank Hatch
has packed the moleskins in moth-
balls and all that remains of the
grid season is the picking of the
multitudinous all-this and that
teams.
His squad weeded down to
workable size, Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan will lead his cagers
out 'on the Field House floor
for the first time this afternoon.
Led by a rejuvenated Jim Rae,
slightly overweight but no longer
troubled with the sacroiliac
ailment which cut down his
effectiveness last season, the
Varsity will rely on a revised
fast break offense to jump
back among the Conference elite
after a dismal seventh place
showing last year.
It will be a veteran team which
takes the floor in the opener against
Michigan State Dec. 9 according to
all indications. From a very medi-
ocre freshman team, only six foot
five inch Bob Fitzgerald appears to
be of any immediate value, and he's
very green, but an unheralded re-
serve named Bill Cartmill, seems to
have found himself after a very
ordinary sophomore year, and should
add scoring punch. A host of grid-
ders will transfer their talents to
the hardwood after the Ohio State
game, but only Tom Harmon and
perhaps Milo Sukup look like first
team timber.
Over at the Coliseum Coach
Eddie Lowrey got his first look
at the 1939 edition of his hockey
team last night, and was immedi-
ately impressed with a giant New
England sophomore, Paul Gold-
smith by name, who is out for
the center position. "He's got
what it takes" says the usually
pessimistic Eddie, who intimated
that he intended to shift scrappy
Awt Stegen from defense to
wing to team with Goldsmith
and wuld spend his time look-
ing for a third man for his front
line.-
The Field House balcony finds
Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen moan-
ing the lack of material to throw
in the lower weight classes and the'
overabundance of big boys.
First to open the winter sea-
son will be Matt Mann's swim-
mers who're holding their an-
nual Swim Gala next Friday
night in the I.M. pool. As usualc
Coach Mann is non-committal1
about his champions' chances,
and the fans will get a chanceN
to see for themselves next Fri-
day. Matt makes no secret of
the fact that he'll miss Tom
Haynie and Walt Tomski, dis-
tance and sprint stars of the
past three years, but he still has
Charley Barker, rated All-Ameri-
can in the 50 yard free style, and
Jimmy Welsh, destined to suc-
ceed Haynie as the collegiate
middle distance king along with
a star studded freshman crew
paced by Gus Sharemet and
Tommy Williams.
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Bill Smith, tackle, was one of
the question marks on the Michi-
gan grid squad that left for Phila-
delphia yesterday. Bill's knee,
injured in the Minnesota tilt last
week, is not completely recovered,
and he may not be at top shape
for Penn.
ockey Squad
Has Workout
First Organized Practice
Will Be HeldTonight
Twenty men swung into action last
night on the Coliseum ice for the
first hockey practice of the season.
The drill was called merely to
give the players an opportunity to
warm up, and Coach Lowrey did not
expect to make any finds in the
group which did no serious playing
in their first turn around the arena.
The squad will don uniforms to-
night to begin their regular drills.
The Coliseum will be opened for
public skating Saturday afternoon
it was announced today. There
will be skating daily from 2:30 to
5, and 3 to 5 Sundays. The Coli-
seum will be open every night ex-
cept Sundays, from 7 until 10. Stu-
dents and faculty can purchase
seven tickets for a dollar by pre-
senting their identification cards.
With the first game three weeks off,
Lowrey will have plenty of time to
choose his line combinations from
the returning regulars and sopho-
mores.
The selection of a first line re-
mains the greatest problem, with the
loss of last year's whole forward wall
of Hillberg, Doran and Cooke by
graduation.
Badgers Will Play Lions
NEW YORK, Nov. 16.-(,P)-Wis-
consin will take over the vacancy
left by Army's absence on the 1940
Columbia Universiy football schedule,
which was announced today. The
game will be played here Nov. 16.

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Lloyd Defeats
Fletcher Hall
For Grid Title
Long Dash By Ted Lorg
And Gorsline's Passing
Feature In 6-0 Victory
By GEORGE CIEFFY
A 40 yard touchdown jaunt by
Ted Lorig yesterday gave Lloyd House
a 6 to 0 victory over Fletcher Hall
and the championship of the inter-
dormitory touch football league.
Long Run For Score
Lorig's run came early in the sec-
ond half. After Bob Vibbert, Flet-
cher halfback, had punted out of
bounds deep in Lloyd House terri-
tory, Sam Gorsline completed twe
passes which took the ball to the
Fletcher 40. Lorig then broke off
his own, left tackle and outran the
Fletcher secondary for a touchdown.
The first half of the game was
scoreless although Lloyd House drove
to their opponents 1 foot line early
in the game. Fletcher Hall kicked
off and after three plays failed to
gain, Lloyd kicked. Vibbert fumbled
the kick and Dick Kimerer, Lloyd
House center, recovered on the Flet-
cher 20. Gorsline then passed to
Lorg on the seven yard line. Lloyd
drove to the 1 foot line but on
fourth down a pass was knocked
down in the end zone.
Staves Off Threat
After Lorig had scored Fletcher
took the kick-off and, with Walt
Fish and Vibbert carrying the ball,
made two first downs to bring the
ball to mid-field. Then Vibbert
threw a pass to Gordon Andrews,
Fletcher quarterback, on the Lloyd
22. The drive bogged down here
and after Lloyd House took the ball
on downs Gorsline punted out of.
danger. Vibbert completed a pass
to Joe Proctor but his next toss
was intercepted by Lorig. The game
ended two plays later.
Gorsline and Lorig led the Lloyd
offense, while Ted Albrecht, guard,
Fred Spaulding, and Joe Lazerwitz,
ends, starred in the line. Don Jones,
Fletcher Hall center, played a fine
game backing up the line, while Vib-
bert, Fish, and Proctor led their,
offense.

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I-M Sports
Tom Gamon, last year's runner up
to Lawton Hammet and the unknown
who knocked out three seeded play-
ers came on to win the all-campus
fall tennis crown for 1939, by de-
feating Roy Bradley this year's fresh-
man Orientation winner, 6-4, 3-6,
6-3. Outsteadying Bradley was the
keynote to his win.
In the independent football league
Hillbilly A.C. will meet Robert Owen
Co-op House at Wines Field Sunday,
Nov. 19 at 10 o'clock in the morning.
Jacobs Won't Allow Fight
NEW YORK, Nov. 16.-()--Mike
Jacobs today notified all parties con-
cerned that he had refused to re-
lease Ceferino Garcia and Henry
Armstrong for their proposed middle-
weight title fight in Los Angeles,
Feb. 22. Garcia is recognized in
New York and California as the
middleweight champion.

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