Clipped From The Burlington Free Press
HT LIST APPALLING Varsity Players Emerged from Midd. Game With Many Injuries Injuries Medics Rush Preparations Preparations for Saturday's Game a a Brat- ' L 101-lows: Vermont football player who par- par- ticlpajed in the Middlebury game were not requred to attend practice j until last night and when the regu-; regu-; regu-; lars and vets took the field. In prep- prep- aratlon for the coming medic game , Saturday, an appalling list of in-1 in-1 in-1 Juries was reported in Coach Rattan's ; inventor?. It begins to look as though : the Catamount squad wou'd need the services of the medics professionally . instead of on the gridiron if the Oreen ' and Gold Is to b? in shape for the closing two games. Corb Lyman. flashy quarterback who played such j a great game against the Black Pan- Pan- j thers. came out of the contest with a broken toe. Midge Donnelly, who replaced him. fell heir to a broken i nose. Tony Scutakes. heavy sopho- sopho- j more guard tore a cartilage in his ! knee and Is out for the r?s: of the J season. Capta'n Palmer, regu'ar ! wing, has a sprained ankle and is also lost to the grid for the remain- remain- j der of his college career. Charley ; Mace uncovered a bad heart and has a doctor's order to stay cut of foot- foot- ball for the rest of the season. Fred- Fred- dy Robinson, who does the booting j for the Vermcnters. had to b operated : on for a cauliflower ear. Little Se- Se- . gal, the flashy 140 pound end who has played every minute of every game s'nee the Columbia contest, has a sprained shoulder. Segal Is beginning beginning to feel the strain of the long campaign due to hU slight build and constant activity. Tiny Kropper, Vermont's veteran tack, has sprained knee and Frankte O'Keefe. veteran lineman and back is also out of the game with a sprained ankle. Ngvrr before have the Catamounts faced such an appalling list of injuries injuries from a slng'e game and the team's hopes for the remaining two games seem to be abit "shot. The docs, however, claim that sympathy sympathy can be found in the dictionary dictionary and are coming right along fast with their plans to take the varsity into camp Saturday. In fact the docs carnival band Is a'ready prac-t'cln prac-t'cln prac-t'cln that old time favorite tune, the "Varrtty Drag." With Coach Dr. J. A. "Knute" Jenne, daily sending his nvdlcal staff through the preliminary preliminary operates and vivisectlm drills that he plans to use on the var sity, the medics can see nothing but victory Saturday. The medics are so cocksure of a victory that they are dividing their time between the grid-Iron grid-Iron grid-Iron sessions and the stunts pecrade with which they intend to while away the momenta before th game and between the halves. 'Boom' Win-chenback Win-chenback Win-chenback is having a tough time deciding deciding whether he wants to play quarterback on the medical detachment detachment or swing the baton fcr the medics' band. Friends of Vermont's most versatile football player, how ever, declare that he will be partial And divide the time equally at the same time "hogging" the limelight. At the present time he has decided to escort the band over to the field, make a quick change of clothing and lead the team on the gridiron. Jack Tul'y and Chief Fogg, how ever, are planning no horseplay fesr th game but have decided that the varsity beys are not too good and Intend to show them so. Jack says that he has spent the bigger part of the season teaching Vermont wings to tackle and retr'eve passes and that this is his great chance to show them how. Student tickets will be accepted at the gate and the boxes will be reserv ed for Burlington practitioners and their friend3.