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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

BUMP-IN ALONG
Versatile 'Bmnp' Elliott Hits
Scoring Stride in Gopher Tilt

Injuries Plague MSC

'UG' INJURED:
Fuson Benched for Irish Game

By BEV BUSSEY
Although no newcomer to the
Western Conference football scene,
Chalmers "Bump" Elliott is just be-
ginning to make a name for himself
this year among Conference followers
as a hard-running, deceptive wing-
back.
While a Marine trainee at Pur-
due, Buinp held an obscure role be-
hind Boris Dimancheff in the last
half of the '43 campign, the
year that the Boilermakers shared
Hockey Slate
Is Announced
Coach Vic Heyliger of the Univer-
sit§ of Michigan hockey squad an-
nounced a, 21-game schedule for the
Wolverines this winter that will in-
clude a trip to the Pacific Coast.
The complete schedule:
Nov 26 Detroit Red Wings
(Exhibition) .............Here
Nov. 29 Windsor Spitfires .. Here
Dec. 6-TorontoU... ......Away
Dec. 14 Marquette H. C. ... Here
Dec. 17 Toronto U. ........ Here
Dec. 23 Dartmouth .........Here
Dec. 27 Colorado Coll...... Away
Dec. 28 Colorado Coll. .....Away
Jan. 3 California .........Away
Jan. 4 California.........Away
Jan. 10 Queens ............ Here
Jan. 11 Queens ............. Here
JaV. 17 Minnesota .........Here
Jan. 18 Minnesota .........Here

the football title with Michigan,
and the initial half of the '44 sea-
son. Now with two touchdowns
against Northwestern tucked away
and another pair run off against
Minnesota last Saturday, the un-
heralded Elliott has vaulted into
the lead of the Wolverine scoring
department.
Elliott, a 21-year-old junior in the
Lit school and a history major, has
o-^ more yr of foothall left. R-
WIdes an adequate ability on the
gridiron, he seems to know his way
h. UoiUu a oasketoall court and the
baseball field. Ii high school at
Bloomington, Ill.;' he earned letters
in each of these three sports. At
present he is undecided whether or
not he will try 'out for Ozzie Cowle's
and Ray Fisher's aggregations once
the football season is over.
It is no wonder that Bump, the
elder of the red-headed Elliott
duet, claims such a versatile ath-
letic career. His father, now a
practicing physician, played foot-
ball and basketball during his col-
lege days, and then turned to
coaching for a while at North-
western University and Illinois
Wesleyan. The Elliott offspring
was too young to absorb any of
his dad's teachings then, but he
has grasped well the Fritz Crisler
techniques, especialy the reverse
off left tackle.
Asked where he picked up the
handle of "Bump," he replied quite
frankly that he didn't remember ex-
actly how or when it happened, but
ever since his childhood he has been
called that by everyone including his
mother. Maybe he didn't acquire the
name on a football field, but "Bump"
is an appropriate monicker for the
brand of ball that Mr. Chalmers El-
liott is playing today.
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EAST LANSING, Nov. 4- I')-
Past scores, injuries and the present
season's records for M.S.C. and the
U. of M. were all against the Spar-
tans as they began drills for Satur-
day's game with Michigan.
State has won only six of 38 pre-
vious tussles with the Wolverines,
the last M.S.C. victory coming in
1937, 19-14. Bachman never has
beaten a team coached by H. O.
"Fritz" Crisler. Last year's 40-0
drubbing was the worst since 1922.
The Spartans returned from being

trampled Saturday by Kentucky, 39-
14, with eight players injured ser-
iously enough so that the M.S.C. re-
serve strength will be at its lowest
point of the season against Michi-
gan.
Guard Ed Bagdon of Dearborn,
who suffered a shoulder separation
against the Wildcats, will be lost for
the remainder of the season.
Dearborn's other starter, triple-
threat halfback Russ Reader, has
had his knee "unlocked," but the
injury is still painful.

NEW YORK, Nov. 4 - (P) -
Herschel (Ug) Fuson, regular right
halfback of the all-winning Army
eleven when he isn't busy filling in
for another regular, will not play
against Notre Dame Saturday be-
cause of a shoulder injury, Coach
Earl Blaik told the New York foot-
ball writers today through an emisr
sary.
There's some doubt about the type
of injury Fuson suffered but there's
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no doubt about its effect.
"He will not play," Lt. Bob Mac-
Kinnon tqld the reporters, "before
I left the Point to come here, Col-
onel Blaik emphasized that. He
also said that the entire Army
backfield strategy would have to be
overhauled. At this time, we do not
know who will replace Fuson."
Fuson,.' a rugged 220-pounder,
started the season as the Army's reg-
ular center, a job he handled all last
season. Then when Shorty McWil-
liams resigned to continue his educa-
tion at Mississippi State, Fuson was
converted into a halfback. He .held
that spot until Felix (Doc) Blanch-
ard, All-America fullback was in-
jured, then shifted to the plunging
post.
Continuous from 1 P.M.
Now Playing
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Herron Cops
I-M Net Title
Forced onto the indoor court of
the Intramural Building because of
wet grounds, Ross Herron defeated
law Student Ben Durfee 4-6, 7-6, 6-
2 today to win the championship of
the All-campus Tennis Tournament.
A freshman in the Lit School, Her-
ron combined steadiness and good
service, which really began to click
in the last two sets, in downing his
opponent. Herron won a letter in
tennis at Grosse Point High School
and intends to go out for the varsity
team in the spring.

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Brantford, Ont. H. C. Here
McMaster..........Here
Minnesota.........Away
Minnesota .........Away
Waterloo, Ont., H. C.-Here
Windsor Spitfires.. Away
London, Ont., H. C. Here

(Continued from Page 2)
The public is requested to beseat-
ed on time, as the concert will begin
promptly. Doors will be closed dur-
ing numbers.
Exhibitions
Human Heredity: Museum Rotun-
da. Through November, 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. week days; 2:00 to 5:001
p.m. Sundays.
Events Today
Science Research Club: The No-
vember meeting of the Science Re-
search Club will be held at 7:30 to-
night in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
Program: "Antithyroid Drugs," Wil-
liam H. Beierwaltes, Department of
Medicine; "Recent Developments in
Soil Mechanics," W. S. Housel, De-
partment of Civil Engineering. Elec-
tion of new members.
Faculty Women's Club: The Play
Reading section will meet today at
2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Alex-
ander Ruthven.
The Casbah will hold floorshow
talent tryouts at 7:30 tonight in the
League. The room number will be
posted on the bulletin board.
Sophomore Cabaret Singing Chor-
us: There will be no rehearsal of
the singing chorus of Sophomore
Cabaret today at 5 p.m.
Pep Club will meet for formal or-
ganization and election of officers
at 5:00 today at the Union. Every-
one interested in promoting school
spirit is invited to attend.
Russian , Conversation group will
meet today and Wednesday at 3:30
in the League Grill.
The Christian Science Organiza-

tion at the University will meet at
Michigan League. Students, faculty,
and friends are cordially invited.
8:15 tonight in the Chapel of the
Coming Events
Astronomical Colloquium: At 3:15
p.m., Wed., Nov. 6, Dr. Orren Mohler,
of McMath-Hulbert Observatory, will
speak on "The Continuous Spectrum
of the Sun," to be held at the Main
Observatory, just across from the
University Hospital.
Phi Sigma, honorary biological
fraternity, will sponsor a lecture by
Dr. Robley Williams, Assoc. Prof. of
Physics, at 8:00 p.m. Wed., Nov. 6,
in Rackham Amphitheatre. Dr. Wil-
liams will speak on "Physical Prop-
erties of Plant Viruses," with special
reference to work with the electron
microscope. His lecture will be illus-
trated with slides.
New members and officers for the
coming year will be voted on, and a
delegate to the National Convention
chosen. Members will meet at 7:30.
The lecture will be open to the pub-
lic at 8:00.
The Graduate History Club will
meet at 8:00 p.m., Wed., Nov. 6, in
the main room of the Clements Li-
brary. Dr. Randolph G. Adams, di-
rector of the library, will speak on
its facilities and conduct a tour
through the building. After a short
business meeting, refreshments will
be served. All graduate students in
history are invited to attend. En-
trance at rear of building.
The Psychology Club will sponsor
an open meeting at 8:00 p.m., Nov.
7, in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The address will be given by Dr. Mil-
ton H. Erickson, Director of the Psy-
chiatric Research and Training at
the Eloise Hospital on the subject,
"Hypnosis-Its Medical and Experi-
mental Applications."

Undergraduate Education Club will
meet at 4:10 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 7, in
the UES Library. Miss Louise Prang-
ley will discuss "The Canadian
Schools." Refreshments. Those in-
terested are cordially invited to at-
tend.
The University Chapter of Amer-
ican Veterans' Committee (AVC)
will sponsor a Record Hop from 2:00
to 5:00 p.m., Wed., in the League.
All are cordially invited.
Der deutsche Verein will present at
its next meeting at 8:00 p. m., Wed.,
Nov. 6, in the Assembly Room (3rd
floor) of the Rackham Bldg., an eve-
ning of classical German music.
Program: vocal numbers by Miss
Rose Derderian, soprano; University
School of Music, and piano selections
by Mr. Wolaver of Ann Arbor, a
musician of considerable repute. All
members of the German Club and
those interested in the organization
are cordially invited to attend. Mem-
bership tickets will be available after
the program.
Delta Sigma Pi, Xi chapter will
hold a smoker at 7:30 p.m., Wed.,
Nov. 6, in the Union. There will be a
short business meeting.
The Art Cinema League and
Deutscher Verein present "The Col-
lege Girl" (Die Sextanerin), a Ger-
man language film with English sub-
titles, starring Ellen Schwanecke and
Rolf Wanka, at 8:30 p.m., Thurs.,
Fri., and Sat. Box office opens at
2:00 p.m. daily, beginning Wed. Res-
ervations phone 6300, Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
The Presbyterian Westminster
Guild is planning a hayride for Fri.,
Nov. 8, at 8:30. Call the church of-
fice by Thursday, or stop in at the
Social Hall and sign the notice on
the bulletin board. Any accordion
or guitar players are especially wel-
come.

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