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RDAY, NOVEMBER 9,o1940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FAGS TWREB

Can Michigan's Backs Crack This Impregnable Gopher Forward Wall?

Victory Or Defeat Hinges On The Answer

BOB FITCH DICK WILDUNG

BILL KUUSISTO

CO-CAPT. BOB BJORKLUND GORDON PASCHKA

' ? AN ODSEN

Wolverines Battle Minnesota For Little

Brown Jug

Peckinpaugh
May Be New
Indian Pilot
CLEVELAND, Nov. 8.-W)-Roger
Peckinpaugh, a leading candidate for
Cleveland manager in 1941,-is a brave
man.
He isn't scared o~f those big bad
Indians.
"My understanding is the trouble
was all between Oscar Vitt and the
players," Peckinpaugh calmly com-
mented today. "Vitt is gone now, so
I don't see why a new manager would
have any difficulties."
Peckinpaugh was discussing a
Cleveland news story quoting "two
usually reliable sources" as saying
Peck - fired as Cleveland manager
in 1933 because the team was losing
- had been chosen to pilot the 1941
club.
"I hope that's right," the former
shortstop said. "I would be glad to
have the job. Right now you know
as much about it as I do. I haven't
signed a contract and I haven't talked
with Mr. Bradley (President Alva
Bradley) recently. I know I'm still in
the running."
Bradley plans to announce the
new manager next Tuesday. He reit-
erated today Peckinpaugh was "one
of three leading candidates."

SAE Captures
Speedball Tilt
Lambda Chi And Theta Xi
Win Two In Volleyball
Intramural Sports activities con-
tinued full blast yesterday with one
official speedball game and eight
volleyball matches run off, all ip the
fraternity loop.
In one of the highest scoring games
of the season, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
eked out a speedball victory over Sig-
ma Nu by a score of 13-12. Ed Don-
ald led the winners with the highest
score of the field, tallying six points,
three in each half of the game. 'Dick
Meinke, of Sigma Nu, came next by
pushing across four points.
Volleyball was most active with
eight fraternity matches being played.
Lambda Chi Alpha and Theta Xi
both won two matches, Lambda Chi
edging out Zeta Psi, 2-1, and outclass-
ing Sigma Chi, 2-0. Theta Xi took
its two matches from Psi Upsilon, 2-1,
and Trigon, 2-0.
Other fraternity results found Her-
mitage outscoring Psi Upsilon, 2-0;
Sigma Chi coming back from defeat
to outplay Chi Psi, 2-1; and Zeta Psi
rising up to overcome Chi Psi for a
2-1 victory. Trigon completed the
afternoon's schedule by chalking up
a 2-1 triumph over Hermitage.

Varsity Stakes Big Ten

Title Hopes

In Gridiron 'Natural'At Minneapolis

(Continued from Page 1)

too big a job on their hands to do
any missing, if they wish to win. For
Dr. George Hauser, Minnesota's craf-
ty line coach, has manufactured a
tremendous and powerful forward
wall for Bernie Bierman's outfit.
It's a front line that averages 215
pounds per man and still moves fast.
That's what Michigan must batter
through tomorrow in order to' con-
tinue on its merry path of destruction.
In the backfield, the Gophers boast
their own Touchdown Twins, two
flashy climax runners, the Faribault
(Minn.) Flyer, Bruce Smith and gal-
loping George Franck. All told, this
colorful, pair have led the powerful
Minnesota offensive charge so far
this campaign.
Franck is the speed demon, and so
he should be. For that's the same
Franck who starred on the Gopher
track team and ran a :09.7 century
in Big Ten competition.
'Fully recovered from a chest ail-
ment that kept him on the bench
during the early Gopher encouters,
Smith, the blond junior with twink-

ling feet and a steady passing arm,
started moving in the Buckeye game
and has been a potent threat in
the Bierman backfield ever since.
The other two starting spots in
the Minnesota backfield will be filled
tomorrow by Bob Paffrath, a half-
back who has been switched to the
.signal-calling quarterback assign-
ment, and Bob Sweiger at full.
Paffrath, a senior from Redwood
Falls (Minn.), is a thundering blocker
and a strong defensive back, while
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 8.-(_)-
The United States Weather Bu-
reau forecast a cloudy day with the
temperature in the low forties for
Saturday's Michigan - Minnesota
football struggle. A sharp north-
west wind is expected and there
is a possibility of snow flurries, the
Bureau reported.
Sweiger, a human thunderbolt, will
do the Gopher plunging. Bill Daley,
another smashing fullback, will also
see a great deal of action in the Min-
nesota backfield.
Smith, Franck, Paffrath, Sweiger
and Daley are all of the old Golden
Gopher School. They're fearless pow-
er runners who smash and plunge
their opposition into virtual dizziness.
They rarely skirt the ends. They sel-
dom resort to a lengthy aerial at-
tack.
Their offense is one of sheer power
with little deception. Time after time
tomorrow these five bounding backs
will plow into Michigan's forward
wall. The Wolverines must stop this
r -,

Composite Statistics Of Brown Jug Rivals
Mich. Opp. Minn. Opp.
First downs .............. 86 30 60 56
Yards gained rushing (net)....... 1372 358 1294 890
Forwaird passes attempted........ 46 59 36 84
Forward passes completed..........22 16 a9 30
Yards gained, passing............ 266 286 187 411
Yards lost attempting passes ,-.... 0* 69* 0 44
Forward passes intercepted by ...., 7 9 8 5
Punting average (from scrimmage) 36 32 40 38
Fumbles .........................8 6 12 11
Opponents' fumbles recovered .... 3 2 2 8
Yards lost by penalties... .......256* 100* 260 149
*does not include California game

dynamic line smashing if they hope
to carry off a triumph.
On the Minnesota line, Bill John-
son and Bob Fitch will start at ends,
Urban Odsen, 250 pounds of Gopher
dynamite and Dick Wildung at tack-
les, Gordon Paschka and Bill Kuu-
sisto at the guards and Bob Bjorklund
at center.
Aside from Kolesar, Crisler will
start the same eleven that took the
field against Penn two weeks ago.
Tomorrow's clash is the 31st re-
newal of a long-standing Michigan-
Minnesota riyalry. The Wolverines
have won 19 of the games so far and
tied two.
But the important thing is that
they've dropped the last six.

GOOD LIGHT
for writing costs only
ONE CENT!
The light of a 150-watt lamp on
your writing desk actually costs
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Michigan
Frutig
Wistert
Fritz
Ingalls
Kolesar
Kelto
Rogers
Evashevski
Harmon
Nelson
Westfall

LINEUPS
Pos.
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB

Minnesota
Fitch
Wildung
Kuusisto
Bjorklund
Paschka
Odson
Johnson
Paffrath
Bruce Smith
Franck
Sweiger

-

Be Satisfied With

Gridders Again
GAME
Michigan-Minnesota .......
Washington-Stanford ......
Notre Dame-Navy ..........
Penn-Harvard .............
Mississippi-Holy Cross .....
Wisconsin-Columbia .......
'Purdue-Fordham ..........
Pitt-Carnegie Tech ........
Northwestern-Illinois.....
Michigan State-Indiana ...
Nebraska-Iowa ............
Tulane-Alabama..........
Auburn-Clemson ...........
St. Mary's-Duquesne .......
Texas-Baylor ..............
Kentucky-Georgia Tech .. .
Texas A&M-Southern Meth.
Rice-Arkansas .............
Oregon-U.C.L.A. ...........
So. California-California ...

Gaze Into Crystal Ball With Daily Editors

HARMON

Stanford
Notre Dame
Penn
Mississippi
Wisconsin
Fordham
Pitt
Northwestern
Michigan State
Nebraska
Tulane
Clemson
Duquesne
Texas
Kentucky
Texas A & M
Rice
Oregon
So. California

CHANDLER
Michigan
Washington
Notre Dame
Penn
Mississippi
Wisconsin
Purdue
Pitt
Northwestern
Michigan State
Nebraska
Tulane
Clemson
St. Mary's
Baylor
Kentucky
Texas A & M
Rice
U.C.L.A.
So. California

EVASHEVSKI
Washington
Notre Dame
Penn
Mississippi
Wisconsin
Fordham
Pitt
Northwestern
Indiana
Nebraska
Alabama
Auburn
St. Mary's
Texas
Kentucky
Texas A & M
Rice
Oregon
So. California

WIRTCHAFTER
Michigan
Washington
Notre Dame
Penn
Mississippi
Columbia
Fordham
Pitt
Northwestern
Indiana
Nebraska
Tulane
Clemson
St. Mary's
Texas
Kentucky
Texas A & M
Arkansas
U.C.L.A.
So. California

HERES

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SUNDAY
November I1), 1940)

Pot of
Brown

'Evy' Will WeL
Captain Forest Evashevski has a
new set of shoulder pads.
Ordinarily, this wouldn't be con-
sidered unusual. But these new
shoulder pads are very important in
the minds of Wolverine followers.
Just one week ago, Evashevski was
to undergo an operation to remove a
bone chip from his shoulder and was
considered lost for the Minnesota
game. Now, because of these special
pads, Evy will be in there in top
shape today.
This particular pad, or brace, has
a high arch which completely encir-
cles Evashevski's shoulder. But at no
point does it come into direct con-
tact with the bruised member. The
pad is specificially constructed so that
all the shock of contact is absorbed
by the chest and the back. In other
words, there is no pressure whatso-
ever upon the shoulder.
With the kind of blocks Evashevski
throws, it seems as if his back and
shoulder would be plenty sore and
weakened after a tough scrimmage
game. When questioned after prac-
GOOD LIGHT
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ar Special Pads
rice Thursday in the locker room, Evy
said, "My shoulder is swell, it's my
chest and back that are causing me
trouble now."
Sure enough, when he stripped;
there were big splotches of red cover-
ing his back and chest.
When asked if he thought this new
discomfiture would affect his play-
ing as much as a sore shoulder would,
Evy laughed. "No, this won't do any-
thing but make me uncomfortable.
The only thing I'm worried about is
whether or not I'll choke to death
out there."
Today, Evy And the new pads get
a -teal test. There's no doubt that
the Gophers will be aiming for that
horse collar. Let's hope it's worth
the $17 it cost.

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