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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines

Stop Ohio State PowerPlays In Long Workout

World Record May Be Smashed
At Fifth Annual Swim Carnival.

By DON WIRTCHAFTER
They're getting the old eraser
ready to use on the record board at
the I-M pool, for Matt Mann's Var-
sity squad is going into action Fri-
day night in the fifth annual Swim
Gala.
Every time the aquatic carnival
has been held in the past, at least
one world mark has fallen by the
wayside. Back in 1935 Jack Kasley
knocked off a record by swimming
the 100-yard breast stroke in 1:03.5.
The following year found Ed Kirar
splashing to a new mark in the 50-
yard free style event, and during the
next two Galas the Wolverine relay
teams kept up the pace by breaking
existing marks.
In 1937 it was the 200-yard sprint
quartet composed of Walt Tomski,
Ed Hutchens, Tom Haynie and Ed
Kirar that did the trick, while last
year Bill Beebe, Haynie, Charley
Barker and Tomski teamed up to
crack the 100-yard free style relay
mark.
Skinner To Swim
According to Coach Mann, more-
over, Friday's Gala ought to be no
exception for sensational Jim Skinner
will be on exhibition and the Ann
Arbor freshman is a world beater in
the breast stroke, if there ever was
one.
With his own design of the butter-
fly stroke, the local lad has already
unofficially bettered Kasley's exist-
ing mark of 63.5 seconds that was
set in a meet after the Gala of 1935.
Skinner's exhibition will be a sight
worth the price of a carnival ticket
(40 cents, to be exact) since he re-
lies on rhythm, smoothness and co-
ordination instead of brute force and
power.
Many. Other Features
The freshman star, moreover, is
only one of many features that
Coach Mann has on deck for Fri-
day's expected capacity crowd.

thers John and Gus Sharemet, soph-
omore aces, will be on hand to com-
pete in breast stroke and free style
handicap events, respectively.
Charley Barker, collegiate sprint
king, Bill Beebe, Dick. Riedl, Bill
Holmes, Francis Heydt, and Dobsoni
Burton are other expert Varsity na-
tators who will be thrilling the Gala
spectators Friday night.1
Divers Work Out
The Wolverine divers will also
play an important role in the carni-
val. Capt. Hal Benham, T-Bone
Martin and Jack Wolin were all
working on every possible twist and
turn from off the board yesterday
in an effort to give the fans a real
show. Ralph Pzsynski, the sopho-
more diver, will also be on hand.
Tickets for the Gala are going
fast, but many are still on sale to-
day at sorority houses and the I-M
Building. Proceeds will go toward

Kod ros, Evie,
Ing alls Shine
In Varsity Drill
Bob Flora Continues Fiery
Play, Should See Action
Saturday; Kromer Back
Coach Francls Schmidt's Ohio
State power plays came in for in-
tense scrutiny yesterday afternoon as
Michigan's football squad, acquiring
more confidence every day, engaged
in a long practice session which was
terminated only by dusk.
Smashes off tackle, which feature l
the Buckeye ground attack, were
executed by Coach Crisler's third
stringers and were met with stubborn
resistance by both the regulars and
the alternates. Crisler avoided too
much contact work in this drill, fear-
ing injuries, but while tackling was
allowed only one of the Buckeye plays
clicked for a score. Dave Nelson took
a reverse, cut back over tackle and
by some fancy stepping went all the
way.
Capt. Archie Kodros and Forest

IN THIS CORNER
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Gridiron Bluebook..
How well do you, as a spectator,
know the rules?
Just assume that you are now
sitting in the Stadium next Sat-
urday as Michigan plays Ohio
State. Forget all about watch-
ing Tom Harmon and Don Scott
and Jim Strausbaugh and For-
est Evashevski. Just concen-
trate on what is happening and if
any of these eventualities should
eventuate just how would you in-
sist that the officials interpret
them?
1. Michigan kicks off to Ohio State
and the ball, without touching a hos-
tile hand, rolls into the Ohio State
end zone. Evashevski, who claims
he's the first man down (on the
ground?) after a kick-off, falls on
the ball but it pops out of his hands
and rolls thru the end zone and out
of the field of play. What is the
Iruling?_

To Football Fans In The East

ingly down the field yelling, "I'm go-
ing to score. I'm going to score."
Does the referee agree with him?
9. Johnny Raab passes from his
own 45 and the ball is caught by
Steve Andrako on the Michigan
20 where he is immediately
downed. What happens now?
10. With 10 seconds remaining to
play in the ball game and Michigan
leading 2-0, Tom Harmon takes a
pass from center and runs diagon-
ally across the field. He gets to one
side and starts on his way back. The
gun goes off sounding the end of the
game and as soon as Harmon hears
hat he whoops for joy, shouts "hur-
ray for our side" and falls to the
ground quivering with contentment.,
What happens?
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By MASE GOULD
The fact that they were hotly par-
isan supporters of the Red and Blue
f Pennsylvania was not enough. No
exhibition such as Tom Harmon put
on at historic Franklin Field last Sat-
urday could possibly miss-and didn't
miss converting the staunch Quaker
ans into boosters of the Whirling
Dercish of Gary, Ind.
Every last one of the 57,000 cus-
omers down to the smallest wide-
eyed boy marveled at Harmon's
ingle-handed accomplishments. They
had read reams of unrestrained pub-
icity about the Wolverine halfback
and were admittedly skeptical when
the whistle blew for the kickoff. But
t's different now. He's All-Ameri-
can as far as the East is concerned.
Grange Argument Revived
Press observers and radio an-
nouncers alike were unanimous in
their praise for Harmon, some of
them even going so far as to revive
the argument as to the relative mer-
its of the Hoosier Hammer and Red
Grange.
Paul Douglas, popular young East-
ern announcer, remarked after the
game that "although Grange was a
little before my time, no one can

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pool.

proposed women's swimming

Here are the answers:
1, This is the toughest
of the lot. We'll leave you

question
meditate

E I Sports
In the All-Campus Squash Tour-
nament Phil Newman defeated Sam
Perry, 3-2, to go into the final round.
Michigan House is leading the
Reseidence Hall Bowling league
with 10 wins and 2 losses, while
AIlen-Rumsey,* in second place
has 10 wins and 5 losses. Charles
Oostdyk ofMichigan is high
scorer with 232 points and his
house is leading in team scoring
with 885.
Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Nu; Psi
Upsilon, Lamba Chi Alpha, Kappa
Sigma, Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Epsi-
lon Pi have each won four games in
fraternity volleyball, which is neces-
sary to win their league title.
All faculty members who are in-
terested in participating in any ath-

over it for a day and see if the answer;

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Evashevski backing up the first line 2. Paul Kromer takes the ball from
of defense and Bob Ingalls, backing up scrimmage, runs three yards past the
the second line, had little trouble in !line of scrimmage and then suddenly
diagnosing the Ohio power plays and kicks the ball out of bounds on the
continually bottled up the ball car- Ohio State one-inch line. Whose
riers at the line of scrimmage. Tackle ball is it, why and where?
Bob Flora, on the second line, con- 3. Ohio has the ball on the
tinued the fiery play which he ex- Michigan four yard line. Scott
hibited in the Penn ganle and should fades back to his 25, throws a
see considerable service Saturday. long forward pass to Esco Sar-
Work On Passes kinnen who catches the ball just
Crisler also spent a great deal of behind the goal-posts. What is
time in polishing up the Wolverines' the ruling?
running and passing plays, with pass 4 ti hosbl nteWl
defense agaisnsBuckeplspays and 4. It is Ohio's ball on the Wol-
defenseodagaintfBuckeeplaysnverine 30, second down. Steve An-
stheintroduction f after new plays drako centers the ball to Scott who
fades, then passes to Fullback Jim
The first team yesterday found Langhurst. The ball strikes Lang-
John Nicholson and Joe Rogers at hurst, bounces out of his hands into
the ends, Joe Savilla and Bill Smith Sarkinnen's on the 8 yard line. Sar-
at the tackles, Milo Sukup and Ralph kinnen runs to the four where Fred
Fritz at the guards, Capt. Archie Trosko brings him down. Who gets
Kodros at center, Forest Evashevski the ball, why, where and when?
at quarterback, Tom Harmon and .
Freddie Trosko at the halves, and 5. Michigan is attempting a
Bob Westfall at fullback. point-after-touchdown. Harmon
Flora On Second Team kicks but the kick is blocked.
The second team lined up with Ed Ohio is detected off-side. What
Czak and Harlan Frauman at thel happens?
ends, Bob Flora and Reuben Kelto 6. Scott had just attempted a long
at theatackles, Bill Melzowand Fred forward pass toZadworney but it is
Olds at the guards, Horace Tinker intercepted by Bob Westfall. Zad-
at center, Bob Ingalls at quarterback, worney is still 20 yards off-side but
Norm Call and Herc Renda at the (Evashevski calls the next play with-
halves, and Bob Zimmerman at full- out waiting and Harmon runs for a
back. Paul Kromer, who did not re- touchdown. What is the ruling?
port for practice Monday, alternated f 7. Scott kicks and the ball hits
with Renda at halfback, which indi- Clair, who has run downfield to
cates that Trosko will probably get cover it, on the head on the Michigan
the starting nod Saturday. 30, bounds up in the air and he
Crisler expressed the opinion at catches it and downs it on the 15.
the conclusion of practice that if he Now who gets the ball and why? Not
can whip his squad into the fighting to mention where.
spirit which has been more 'or less 8. Strausbaugh goes off his own
absent throughout the season, Michi- left tackle and after he passes the
gan can overpower Schmidt's husky line of scrimmage, Milo Sukup steals
aggregation. the ball from him and scoots laugh-

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comes to you by then.-
2. It is Ohio's ball on the one-inch
line. The rules state that you can
punt from any place on the field.
3. It is ruled an incomplete
pass since, in college football the
goal posts are on the far end of
the end zone, Sarkinnen would be
out of the field of play. It is Ohio's
ball on the four yard line where
the play started.
4. The ball goes back tr- the 30-
yard line and it is now third down.
The penalty for striking two eligible
receivers without the first one be-
ing in complete control and posses-
sion of the ball (haven't we heard
those words before?) is loss of a
down.
5. Michigan gets another kick, this,
one from the one-yard line.
6. See the Michigan men who
played in the Illinois game. The
Wolverines refuse the penalty and
accept the touchdown. Who
wouldn't?
7. There are two possible rulings,
If the ball simply hit Clair, there is
an immediate penalty on the play
and Michigan gets possession of the
ball at the 30-yard line if it wishes.
If there is a safety man in the vicini-
ty, say five or six yards away, then
Clair has interfered with the oppor-
tunity to make a free catch. There is a
15-yard penalty from that point and

a fair catch signal is not necessary.
8. He sure does. Sukup scores.
9. Under the new rules the penalty
would be a 15-yard penalty from the
point where the ball was put into
play and the loss of a down. Under
the old rules it would have meant I
loss of the ball at the point of the
penalty.
10. The crowd gets up and goes
home 'cause the game is over.

There's Tom Haynie and Jim letic activities are asked to report to
Welsh, two of the finest middle-dis- the I-M building 11:15 a.m. or 12:15
tance swimmers in the nation. Bro- p.m. Monday.

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Harmon-Conscions Buck Squad
Practices For Michigan Game

Panthers Schedule
O.S.U. To Resume
ig Ter Relations
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 21. -(P)-
Pitt, rumored to be seeking a berth
in the Big Ten, scheduled Ohio State
today for the 1940 season and dropped
West Virginia University,its second
oldest rival.
The Panthers, limiting their con-
tests to eight, will open Sept. 28 at
Columbus against the Buckeyes, then
take on Missouri Oct. 5, Southern
Methodist Oct. 12, Fordham Oct. 19,
Nebraska Nov. 2, Carnegie Tech,
Nov. 16, Penn State Nov. 23 and
Duke, Nov. 30. All games except
Ohio State and Duke will be played
in Pittsburgh.
The Ohio State game marked a
resumption of relations with Big Ten
schools after a three year's break
and came in the wake of the new
"Bowman strictly amateur code" in-
stituted by Chancellor John G. Bow-
man and now being superyised by
Big Ten Commissioner Major Grif-
fith.

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(By A;ociated Press)
COLUMBUS---A definitely Torn
Harmon-conscious Ohio State foot-
ball team is out to keep Michigan's
pride down Saturday at Ann Arbor.
A tackling dummy, painted yellow
and blue and bearing the numerals1
"98," received brutal treatment on
the Buck practice field Tuesday.
Every player has been told how the
Michigan back passes when he starts
out to run and runs when he fades
back to pass.
It was "Watch Harmon" and "Har-
mon may do this" as coaches sent the
Buckeye squad through practice,
pointing toward stopping the shifty
runner and apparently confident the
rest of the Wolverines can be con-
trolled.
** * *
IOWA CITY-With six first string
players nursing injuries, the Univer-
sity of Iowa football squad went
through a light workout-chiefly
passing and signal drills-Tuesday
in preparation for the game with
Northwestern at Evanston Saturday.
Coach Eddie Anderson was nursing
a cold and took little active part in
directing practice. There were not
enough players without injuries to
make up three teams. However, all
the injured men except Bruno An-
druska will be in condition Saturday,
CHICAGO-The Chicago Maroons
worked indoors Tuesday for the sec-
ond straight day, concentrating on
improved running plays in a two-
hour workout against the freshmen.
Lounsbury and Richardson, var-
sity ends, who are also working out
with the basketball squad, were on
the second team, with Parsons and

R. C. Miller at the first string ter-I
minals.
* * **
CHAMPAIGN--The University of
Illinois second team scrimmaged
against the freshmen Tuesday for
the second time in as many days'
while the Varsity continued to take
it easy.
The practice was held in a heavy
mist, making the footing and ball
slippery. Neither side could make
any headway under the conditions
the workout ending in an offensive
stalemate.

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