TEUkSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1947
THE MICHIGAN ITAILY
M' Cage Agenda
Dec. 13-Western Mich. here
Dec. 18-Mich. State there
Dec. 20-Marquette ..... there
Dec. 22-Southern Cali-
fornia ........ here
Dec. 29--Iowa State ..... there
Dec. 30-Iowa State . ... there
JAn. 3--Toledo Univer. . there
Jan. 10-Minnesota. ...... here
Jan. 12-Northwestern . . there
Jan. 17-Wisconsin ...... there
Jan. 31-Northwestern . .. here
Feb. 2-Ohio State ... . there
Feb. 7--llinois ........ there
Feb. 14-Purdue ........ here
Feb. 16-Indiana ........ here
Feb. 21-Minnesota ..... there
Feb. 23-Purdue ........ there
Feb. 28-Ohio State ...... here
Mar. 1--Iowa .......... here
Mar. 6-Mich. State .. . here
Babe Takes Lead
FORT SMITH, Ark., Oct. 15-
(P)-Mildred (Babe) Zaharias of
Denver led the way at the half-
way mark of medal play in the
two-division Hardscrabble Wom-
en's Open Golf tournament here
today with 150 after 36 holes.
Mrs. Zaharias shot a 74 today
to add to the 76 she scored yes-1
terday on the first 18 holes.
or Wildcat Battle
Practice Ends Today as Kempthorn,
Hilkene Remain on Injured Roster
Michigan's Wolverines, current-
ly rated as the nation's No. 1 col-
egiate football power, will under-
go their final home practice ses-
3ion today in preparation for their
nitial Big Nine test at North-
Squad Leaves Tomorrow1
They will leave Ann Arbor early
tomorrow morning, thus providing
sufficient time to experience light
workouts at Evanston's Dyche
Stadium in the afternoon.
A comparison of injury lists re-
veals that the Wolverines will be
in better physical condition for
Saturday's battle than North-
western, Dick Kempthorn, Michi-
ga's sensational defensive fu'El-
back, who bruised his knee in the
Pittsburgh game, will be used at
Evanston only if needed.
11ilkene Favors Leg
Bruce Hilkene, captain and
Step up your
first-string tackle of the Maize
and Blue, continued to hobble
around at yester day's practice as
a result of a charley horse suffered
last week. Trainer Jim Hunt indi-
cated that Hilkene would prob-
ably be ready for duty Saturday,
but if the recovery is retarded, the
Wolverine captain will remain on
Coach Fritz Crisler tightened
up Michigan'szpass defense yester-
day. He is fully aware that four
of Northwestern's seven touch-
downs this fall have been scored
via the aerial route.
Meanwhile, reports from Evan-
ston indicate that at least two of
the dozen Wildcats who have been
nursing numerous bumps and
bruises all week long will probably
sit out the entire game against
Michigan. They are guards Jerry
Carle and Vince Di Francesca.
Sarkisian, Graham, Out
It is definite that Alex Sarki-
sian, star center, who suffered a
broken arm last week, and Rickey
Graham, fullback, who sustained a
knee injury in the U.C.L.A. game,
will be on the Northwestern side-
lines for several more weeks.
Michigan is the last team to
head into Conlference play. Illi-
nois and Minnesota are tied for
the Big Nine leadership with one
victory each and the Illini, de-
fending champions, rate at pres-
ent as the top defensive team in
the Western Conference and the
second best offensive.
Figures Show Big Difference
In three non-conference games,
Michigan has netted almost 1,500
yards in 193 plays. The apposition
has had a chance to run only 154
plays, which netted only 390 yards.
Michigan has yielded but 19 first
downs and two touchdowns.
Twelve Wolverines have ac-
counted for the 25 touchdowns, but
Jim Brieske, Michigan's auto-
matic place-kicker, is the team's
leading scorer, having booted 23
out of 25 extra-points.
Michigan boasts a phenomenon
of having to punt seven times in
According to the "Football
News," which rates Michigan
21 points better than North-
western, a Wildcat scout re-
marked in the press box: "I
was sent to spot Michigan's
weaknesses, but I can't find
any faults to report."
BUMP ELLIOT . . . Michigan's high flying halfback on an end around play early in the first period
being tackled bWy Mark Maystrovich with Carl DePasqua charging in to assist him. Elliot netted three
yards on the play. Later in the closing minutes of the second period, Elliot intercepted a Pitt pass
on their'own 35-yard line and scampered for the third touchdown of the day.
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Delays Tryout Call
The 1947-48 varsity edition of
the Michigan basketball team will
begin official practice Monday for
their first game with Western
Michigan, December 13.
Only the cagers who were on
last year's squad will be al-
lowed to practice in the I-M
Building on Monday. These in-
clude returning lettermen Cap-
tain Bob Harrison Boyd McCaa-
lin, Bill Roberts, Mac Supruno-
wicz, Bill Mikulich, and "Dutch"
Wierda at the present time.
These cagers have been practic-
ing unofficially for some time try-
ing to get the kinks' out of their
legs and sharpen up on their
shooting techniques. In addition
to last year's regulars, "Lefty"
Morrill, ineligible during the last
half of the season, and Frank Gu-
towski have been working out un-
der Coach Ozzie Cowles.
Because the field house court
is being remodeled, the varsity
will have to use the I-M gym.
For that reason, Coach Cowles is
waiting to place a call for try-
outs for the squad until a fu-
ture date. However, any who
are interested and are eligible
for the varsity can sign up with
Coach Cowles between 3:30-5
p.m. in the I-M Building.
Eligibility has been made more
stringent as the University has re-
verted to prewar standards for
permission to participate in var-
sity sports. Now, any participant
must have had at least two se-
mesters of residence here at Mich-
igan before he will be eligible.
By TheeAssociated Press
The University of Wisconsin
football squad worked on defense
again today, spending the first
part of the period on pass de-
fense and the last hour on dummy'
scrimmage against Yale plays
demonstrated by the freshmen.1
The squad leaves by chartered
plane tomorrow, accompanied by
Governor Rennebohm of Wiscon-
sin, for Hartford, Conn., where the
Badgers will make camp until time
for Saturday's game at New Hav-
* * *
Heavy drills for the Iowa foot-
ball squad were climaxed today in
a scrimmage with the freshman
team using Ohio State's offense.
. The Hawks wiji hold a light
drill tomorrow before leaving for
Columbus and Saturday's game
with Ohio State.
Hal and Herb Shoener, the twin
defensive ends, were named co-
captains for Saturday's contest.
A 36-man squad will make the
Notre Dame's line had a heavy
workout today, drilling on offense
in an effort to bolster the team's
rushing game and on defense
against Nebraska plays run by
the freshman squad.
Emil Sitko was reported defi-
nitely out of the Nebraska game
with a pulled neck muscle, and
Bill Gompers, who has been shar-
ing the right halfback assignment
with Sitko, was on the doubtful
list with a shoulder injury. End
Frank Kosikowski and guard
Badgers To Fly East for Yale
Tilt; Schoeners To Lead Iowa
Bucky O'Connor also were in the
doubtful class with injuries.
Purdue held an extended scrim-
mage session today as Coach Stu
Holcomb sought to polish its run-
ning attack and bolster its pass
defense for its intersectional game
with Boston University Saturday.
Hope was expressed that tackles
Lou Karras and Ray Stoelting and
guard Earl Murray, who were im-
jured in the Notre Dame game,
may be ready for some action
EAST Lansing, Oct. 14-(/P)-
Michigan State's ground game is
sure to gets a boost Saturday with
the recovery from the ailing list
of Steve Sieradzki, husky fullback.
Sieradzki has been working out
in scrimmage all week and is a
sure bet to play his first game of
the season against Iowa State. An
ankle injury has kept him on the
sidelines and last weekend Sie-
radzki had to watch the Washing-
ton State game from the bench.
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