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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Scrimmage

Wolverines Polish Passing
Attack for Minnesota Battle

The bigger they come the harder
they fall.
That just about sunIs up the at-
titude of the Michigan football
team as the Wolverines prepared
for the invasion of Minnesota's
proud Golden Gophers this Satur-
day. *
NO ONE KNOWS better than
the Maize and Blue squad that
Minnesota wants this one and that
most of the experts are picking the
Gophers to take it.
But the Wolverines were hard
at work yesterday at Ferry Field
preparing their own reception
for the giants from the North-
lands.
The Michigan passing game,
which has caused the armchair
quarterbacks no end of worry thus
There will be a meeting of
all freshman track men at 4:45
p.m. today in Yost Field House.
All track prospects as well as
men who have been working
out regularly are urged to at-
tend,
-Elmer Swanson.
far this season, received the par-
ticular attention of Head Coach
Bennie Oosterbaan.
PLAY AFTER PLAY found the
blue-shirted varsity polishing up
its aerial attack that has complet-
ed 25 passes of 87 attempted in the
first four games of this season.
Charlie Ortmann, Wally Ten-
inga and Chuck Lentz were do-
ing most of the tossing with
everybody but the centers,

guards and tackles on the re-
ceiving end.
The JV squad continued its task
of familiarizing the varsity with
Minnesota's style of -single wing
play and then took over the de-
fensive duties as the Wolverines
ran their own single wing through
a bone-crushing scrimmage ses-
sion.
* * *
HALFBACK LEO Koceski was
injured during the scrimmage but
left the field under his own power
to go to Health Service for an
X-ray examination. He spent the
night there awaiting the results
of the X-rays.
Center Bob Erben, who suf-
fered a shoulder injury in the
Northwestern game, is the only
other member of the varsity
squad whose physical condition
is still in'doubt. Tony Momsen,
Dick Farrer and Carl Kreager
worked out in' his place.
JayVee halfback Jim Jackson
sustained a scrimmage injury just
a few plays before Koceski was
hurt and was sent to the Univer-
sity hospital with a fractured arm.
Not until the lights atop Yost
Field House failed to illuminate
the practice field sufficiently did
Coach Oosterbaan call a halt to
the practice.
Gophers Boast
Best Defense,}
StrongAttach
CHICAGO-(P)-A good offense
is the best defense, the grid adage
goes, but undefeated Minnesota
works it both ways.
The grinding Gophers will carry
the Big Ten's leading defense and
strongest running attack into their
third Conference start against de-
fending champion Michigan at
Ann Arbor Saturday.
OHIO STATE, trimmed 27-0 by
Minnesota last Saturday, possesses
the League's best combined
ground-passing record.
Official league statistics re-
leased yesterday showed the
Gophers have yielded an aver-
age of only 72 yards by running
and 123.5 by passing in two
league contests against North-
western and the Buckeyes. Ohio
rushed only 48 yards against the
Gophers.
That gave the huge Minnesota
defenders an over-all average of
195.5 yards surrendered, the only
sub-200 total in the conference.
On the attack, the Gophers have
averaged 282.5 yards per game on
the ground, the Big Ten's best
running game since Michigan's 320
average in its 1943 title push.

ALMOST BUT NOT QUITE-Michigan State right end Hank Minarik imitated a ballet dancer on
this pass from quarterback Gene Glick in Saturday's game with William and Mary but he didn't
catch the ball. Defenseman Harry Hilling (16) and Pat Reeves (12) are closing in in event of
completion. State went on to win the game, 42-13. '(AP Photo).
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 2)
whose scholastic record in the Uni-
versity is relatively high. Applica-
tion blanks may be obtained from
1435 UES and should be filed on or
before Nov. 1.
Placement Registration: All stu-
dents who were unable to attend
the placement meetings held at the
Rackham Building on Monday or
Tuesday may obtain registration
material the rest of THIS WEEK
-through Friday at the office,
3528 Administration Building-of-
fice hours 9=12 and 2-4. This ap-
plies to people wishing to regis-
ter in ether the General or the
Teaching Division.
NO BLANKS will be given out
after this week until Monday, Nov.
7. There is no charge for registra-
tion AT THIS TIME. Beginning
Nov. 7 there wll be a late registra-
tion fee of $1.00, payable to the
Cashier.

Secretary/ of the University. Per-
sons parking in these lots illegally
or improperly are notified by
means of a card which is placed on
the windshield. Beginning Oct.
24, fines will be imposed for using
these restricted areas without
proper permission. First offense
will bring a fine of $1.00, s coed
offense $2.00 and third offense
$3.00 along with possible loss of
driving privileges.
Students may park in the fol-
lowing areas at any time as long
as their cars are parked properly
and do not block any, entrance or
the path of another parked car.
1. East of University Hospital
2. Catherine St., north of
Vaughan Residence Hall
3. West Quadrangle area at
Thompson and Jefferson Sts.
4. Michigan Union Area
5. College St. between East
Medicai and East Hall
6. Lot behind University Mu-

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seum adjacent to Forest Ave.
Parking Areas on Campus: Stu- 7. Behind Museum Annex
dent drivers are reminded that 8. Behind East Hall off College
their driving tags or "M" stickers Ave.
secured in the Office of Student 9. Any street which is not closed
Affairs are NOT PARKING PER- by police order.
MITS and do not give them per- Improper parking in these areas
mission to park in the restricted which are unrestricted will result
campus parking lots. These re- in the same penalties as'those list-
stricted areas, so designated by ed above.
means of signs at the entrance to All students must secure driving
the lots, are reserved for faculty permits before any driving is done
and staff personnel of the rank of otherwise they are subject to se-
instructor or above and disabled vere disciplinary action. Permits
students, who have received park- may be secured in 1020 Adminis-
ing permits from the office of the tration Building.
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