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1944

-E N-HIC IGA N DAILY

PAGE THREE

Intercollegiate
Football Has
Anniversary
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-(RP)-Inter-
collegiate football in America ob-
served its 75th birthday anniversary
today.
On Nov. 6, 1869, at New Brunswick,
N.J., Princeton and Rutgers players,
25, to a side, discarded their hats,
coats and vests, twisted their sus-
penders into belts, and proceeded to
do battle,
Rutgers won the historic inaug-
ural, six goals to four, but just seven
days later the Princetons turned the
tables and beat Rutgers six goals to
none. From that day until 1938,
Princeton won every game between
the two schools, Rutgers finally win-
ning 20-18 on Nov. 18.f
When details of the Princeton-{
Rutgers games were wafted around,
eastern seaboard undergraduates
were intrigued. Columbia put a team
together, and in 1870 played both
Princeton and Rutgers.
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Michigan To Face Illini in Attempt
To Remain in Conference Title Race
Defensive, Offensive __ _ _ ___ _________

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Play Against Quakers
Is Encouraging Sign

Despite this show of strength, offensive elevens clashing, indica-
Michigan will probably rank as no tions point toward a fast, high scor-
more than an even bet against nliing game. Each team is still in the
nois. Coach Ray Elliot has one of the Conference race, and each must win
outstanding backs in the nation in to stay in. A lot of fireworks seem

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Wise Freshman

ALL AMERICAN-Michigan grid
(Buddy) Young when Illinois con
holds all sorts of sprint records, h
iron and is making a supreme bid
INVEST IN VICTORY
BUY WAR BONDS & STAMPS

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By BILL MUEiLND ORE
.;:x,:,;r,;.;<Af>_er: disposing of a highly-rated
Penn eleven with a" display of offens-
ive and defensive strength which
must have left the Quaker City fans
gasping, Michigan's high-riding foot-
ball team yesterday settled down to
the imposing task of formulating
measures to halt the famed "stop
;tWatch backfield of Illinois which
will invade Arin Arbor Saturday.
The triumph over Penn, following
the equally convincing .shellacking
administered to Purdue a week ago,
served notice on the rest of the
Western Conference that the Wol-
verines are still a power to be reck-
fans will get an eyeful of Claude oned with despite the early season
nes to town Saturday. Young, who loss to Indiana. But in order to'
has carried his running to the grid- retain any kind of a hold on the
I for All-American honors. Conference title Michigan must get
by the Illini, and that will be no
easy task.;
C ach Reveals Offense, Defense Terrific
Against Penn the powerful Wolver-
ine- offensive rolled up the impressive
flatotal of 445 total yards. The defense
was equally effective, especially dur-
ing the first half when the first string
Stuhidreher Advocates i'forwards were in the game, yielding
International Athletics only one first down in the first two
periods to the supposedly high-.l
CHICAGO, NOV. 6-UP)-Harry geared Quaker machine. Penn did I
Stuhldreher, Wisconsin football a little better against the reserves,
coach and quarterback of Notre but by that time it made no differ-
Dame's famed four horsemen, pro- ence in the outcome of the game.
posed today that a full program of From a Michigan point of view the
American athletics be installed in most encouraging feature of Satur-
postwar Europe as a means to a last- day's contest was the work of the
ing peace. revamped backfield which was un-
Stuhldreher, addressing the Chi- dergoing its initial test under fire.
cago Wailing Wall meeting, asserted Both Ralph Chubb, who took over
that a "democratic education" of for the departed Bob Nussbaumer
hate-instilled Nazi youth could best i at wingback, and Don Lund, who
{ be accomplished by versing them in filled in for Bob Wiese, did morei
American sports. than all right for themselves. Chubb
He recommended that senior and proved the leading Michigan groundI
junior sports divisions, composed of gainer with 134 yards in 21 tries for'
intercollegiate and interscholastic a 6.5 average. Lund picked up 52
athletes respectively be shipped over- yrin Bafemit
sca: immediately after the war and Another pleasant surprise was the
drilled by soldier athletes available work of Warren Bentz, substitute
n an army of occupation, wingback, who averaged better than;
"Since we probably will have to nine yards a try in seven trips with
police the world," Stuhldreher de- the ball to emerge with the best
clared, "we can work immeasurably average of any Wolverine back. Bentz
towards a lasting peace at the same also played a fine defensive game.
time by letting foreign youth grasp .______._._
our democratic way of thinking on,
the athletic field." All those interested in trying out
"We can talk about educating Eu- for the Daily Sports staff should
ropean youth in every social field I coe to the Student Publications
there is," he said, "but the best way Building at 3 p. m. today. Anyone
to end bloody periodical conflicts is who can produce an eligibility card
to make youth all over the world is eligible. The Daily Sports staff
think the same way-in terms of offers experience in all phases of
sportsmanship ! newspaper work including writing

the person of Claude (Buddy) Young,
the Negro sprint champ who is a
touchdown threat every time he gets
his hands on the ball. Not far behind
Young in effectiveness is his running
mate, Paul Patterson, also an ex-
tremely fast breakaway runner.
Add to this duo Eddie Bray, the
diminutive scatback who proved
mighty troublesome to the Wol-
verines last year and quarterback
Don Greenwood, who can both pass
and run w1th the best of them, and
you have a backfield which is truly#
dynamite.
Young-Derricotte Duel
Michigan has its work cut outnfor
it if it is to stop these four men, and
it must also keep rolling on its own
hook to penetrate a scrappy Illinois
line. The Wolverines have no back
to match Young, although tailback
Eugene Derricotte, who is considered
next to Young among the current
crop of Negro backfield stars, should
not suffer too much by comparison
when it comes to broken field run-
ning.
With two such high - powered

in order for Saturday afternoon.
Alert Backfield
Gains 10 Yards
The Michigan backfield has a repu-
tation for versatility, but it wasn't
until last Saturday that the four
backs got together to really demon-
strate their originality. The play
wasn't in the books, but it gained
ground and kept everyone in the
stadium, including the announcer,
guessing.
It all happened this way. Quarter-
back Joe Ponsetto took the ball from
center out of the "T" formation and
handed it off to fullback Don Lund,
who in turn passed it to left half-
back Gene Derricotte, all according
to hoyle. But Derricotte. finding him-
self trapped, suddenly stopped and
whipped a short pass to right half-
back Ralph Chubb, who scooted up
the field for 10, yards.. Slightly con-
fusing, but it gained yardage.

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HELP WANTED
NIGHT TICKET TAKER at Whitney
Theatre. Plenty of chance to study
on the job. See manager.
WANTED: Student help to work for
lunch and dinner at sorority. 1620
Cambridge Road.

1. Send your gifts before Dec. 1st. Laundry can
keep to its regular schedule. When packages are
ready to go, phone the Railway Express agent.
2. Wrap your packages carefully and securely.
3. Address them clearly,with your own and their
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WANTED: Four bus boys for lunch
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Street. Boys or girls apply. Call
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PINAFORE RESTAURANT desires
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