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VARSITY CONOVERS RESERE ESQUAD
P224; EflT VEARLI CS TODAY

Jones Must Rebuild Iowa Team
' To Make It Big T'en Contender

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FRESHMEN BEADY
SFOR VARSITY GO

Sport Sn up .Shots
By Jack Keene
Johnny Dundee, world's feather-
weight champ, would be a great deal
better off if he had a manager to look
after his affairs. Dundee is smart
enough in many ways, but as a man-
ager he would starve if be had to

Second Striing, Eleven Puts Up
Battle Forcig Regulars to
Limit
I ERTiAIN; IN E

S ItY It is probable that Yost will use all
r of his best men in an attempt to find
oit just how good the team is at this
stage of the season. Michigan is
i greatly in need of the line plunger and
several men may be used at this -posi-
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Expecled to GIve Vars-ity
4fI1igiit illn ody'
Scrimn inwpe

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W ith only three more practice per- o lai ne an "Y I. pa oec o
jods remainngCbefoesimehatenthe ic achee
10ds remaining befoi-o (t openiing may elta line on any Prospect for
game of the 1923 season with Case In- eLbk. Te inaying of Miller has
stitute of Cleveland Saturday on ( :)ii'i fair lre satisfactory hut he hasZ
ry field, the Varsity football sq :beei showing up better than any ot]h-f
went through a hard workout arainst. 'r mi at the job nd will .et tle call
the Reserves winnlng the serinu w t .?start the tilt
by a 22-7 score. Grl Position Open
The squad is far from what hs con- The guuard po.tions still present a
dition should be with the Case '*aime 1robloim. Chaiiges in n en being tried
so near and thc- coaches are driving at these jabs have been frequent himt~ . ...
the men hard in the hope of.molild1ng if Steele is ill shape by day after to
a team which will at least be able to morraw he is falrly certain to start{
make a fair showing when the Wol- on one sie of Blott. The other men
verines fact the Clevelaiiders. who bare been u..ed recently are Amos,
Score Misleading H lawins Brown and Kunow. Kunow -
The Reserves really put up a bet- has a bad arm at present and so mayo
ter exhibition of football than the not get into the game but any of thej
score would show in the scrimumago 1other men will be in condition to playI
yesterday. The Reserve line held well and it is expected that all of them
and the Varsity backfield did not have will get into the fracas before its
the driving power to go through on close. G~nlipses of lowa sfar , At left, is L
line plunges. Practically all of the The end positions will be filled by "Doc" sa ler i
first team gains were by means of the Curran, Marion and Neisch with the Miller ru
aerial attack and end runs coupled two who will start still a toss-up.
with two or three intercepted passes. Muirhead and VanDervoort will be Iowa City, Oct. 3.--(Special)----Coach
The Varsity lined up with Uteritz sure starters at the tackles. The Howard 11. Jones with ten letter men
calling signals, Steger and Herrnstein backfield will no doubt have many men of 17. 1922 Big Ten championship)
playing half, Miller at fullback, Jack in its ranks during the course of the team iost to this year's squad by grad-
Blott in the center of the line, Haw- game including Kipke, Steger, Uteritz, nation faces a pure and simple task
kins and Amos on guards. Muirhead Miller, Grube,, Vick, Parker, lerrn- of rebuilding. At present it appears
and VanDervoort on the taekles and stein and possibly Ropkwell. practicty certain to t here will be
Marion and Curran taking care of the at least four men on this year's elev-
wings. !7en who have never before played con-
Varsity Secres Intro tZUI tems ference football and the list may run
Shortly after the opening kickoff I as high as seven.
the Varisty started a march down the AsIncluded in the squad are six let-
field which stopped about the >y) As a last yiadute warning all fra-- ter men from last year's team. They!
line where, being held by thy Reserve ternities, class team managers, and are: Hancock an'd Otte, ends;
forward wall, the first team resorted students interested in tenis should Kriz, tackle, McIntyre center and
to a field goal, Steger booting the take note of the fact that all entries guard; Parkin, quarterback and Cap-
ball over for'the first thr . for speedball and the tennis tohrni- tain Glenn Miller halfback. The
Following this the ball seesawed ments will close at 5 o'clock this aft- squad also contains a number of sec
back and forth neither teaumi being ernoon, after which none will be ac- ondary letter men who with their one
able to make butfew irstdn cpted. All previous entry records or more years of experience may.
Wioer t wns' have been smashed and the intramur- round into form before the opening
With the halt almost over the Varsity al managers will have difficulty in conference ,ame with Purdue October
scored again when a long pass. from completing the present plans before 13. At, present lowever it appears
Uteritz to lerrnstein was completed snow flies. that this year's team will be coin-
and the latter took the ball over for posed of last year's "I" men -and fresh-
a tounchdown, Steger failed on the men.
try for. gaal. Schedules for tennis will be al-m
try foresgeal. Panounced along with the league Iraw- End Positions Seitled
T eser Ceigs in Sunday's Daily, while the Although it is still early in the sea-
The second half for a fewminutes league schedules in sopedball will an- snf Otte and Hancock, "I" men from
a repetition pf the irst two per- pear in Tuesday's morning Daily. last year appear about certain of their
jods but the Res rvis soon threw a The point system. for the fraterni- positions at the ends. At tackle "The
scare into the ranks of the Varsity. ties will remain this year and will ' Bull of the Campus" Leo Kriz appears
With the ball in their own territory the same in all cases 50 points being certain of a job on the left side of the
Day threw a pass to Stegeer wo iven for entrace and participation line while Krasuski will no doubt ac1
receiving ftheeballnon.thed50ayardilineon
receiving the ball on the 50 yard linefin at least one game in speedball company him on the right. Kriz is a
made a beautiful broken field run and 150 points will be given to the veteran having played all games last
through almost the entire first teamIwinner. All teams playing their full year. Krasuski was a member of the
for a touchdown. Day added another quota of games will be awarded their freshmen team last fall. At guards
point on the try for goal, making the points in proportion to the place in McIntyre, "I" man in 1922 and Fleck
sctre 9-7 in favor of the Varsity. which they survive. enstine and Olson last year's fresh-
Coach Fisher's Reserves followed During the last few days a few men men players seem to have the call. At
this by starting another march down have been seen playing handball at center IH. W. Griffen a powerful 1922
the field making three first downs in Waterman gymnasium. It may be of freshman who hails from Sioux City,
succession but the Reserve center lost interest to those playing and the oth_ Iowa has so far outdistanced all coin-
all the ground made by passing the ers who will come out as soon as the pet;itors. Like Kriz he is a giant in
ball away over the quarter's head on weather gets colder that the annual size, has an acurate pass and is all
the next play. The Varsity came to tournament will be held immediately things considered about the besti
somewhat after this bit of luck and after the close of the football sea- find Jones has so far made.
scored two more touchdowns before son. Announcements concerning the The lineup in the backfield Iisr
the end of the game. Grube intecepted rules and, other particulars Pe!tain- somewhat uncertain. Captain Glenn
a Reserve pass after going in for Mill- ing to the tournament will be placed "Doc" Miller will p la one of the
er at fullback and ran 20 or 25 yards on the bulletin board in the basement halves, while Leland l'arkin, another
fora sor an jst s he am en--of -Waterman gymnasium within the Waterloo boy and former high school
Sa so as s th ae nrival of Miller's will probablat
ed a long pass, Vick to Parker, wiasI next few days.-,.,+.,

depend on that end of the business for
Is RESTTYEARIAN( TEAM
TUUN ED OI'T IN DE'AI)Ealing
Since Dundee undertook to manage
Meibers of the " Varsity football himself he has made about every mis-
squad will face a situation in this alt- take that a manager can make. .His
arnoon's scrinmna-e with the Fresh- last one was in signing with an un-
mon squad that has scarcely ever be- known promoter for a fight in cleve-
fore been dutiplicatcd at Michigan. !nd, 0., with no knowledge of con-
ditions" there or of possibilkties of the
Instead of the ordinary pr inluPition I light being abandoned alter he had
that the first string eleven will find trained for it. The light fell througi.
easy pisking with the yearlings, con- The greatest mistake of all is to heap
idence has rightly turned to appre- upon his shoulders thie burden of wor-

?ension and when the whistle blows
today the squad that the coaches have
been drilling to defend the champion-
ship of the West this season, will go
into battle fully expecting to fight
hard, for every point it makes.
Coach Mather's protkges with two
weeks of preparation behind them will
work for the first time against the
regulars and from all appearances
eo Kriz, veteran tackle. Right, Lelan al-d akin, stil quarter. Center C(apt. will be in good position to give the
aining with the ball. Below, Leff eid John Hancock. regulars a much harder battle than
-they will get from Case next Sattr-
day. Every man who will lineup for
s S ia ethe Freshmen today not only will
y ~have enoucgh weight to witlistand tthe
PreparatiOns For Big S c r O l SI attacks of the Varsity but also has'
had experience. Although Coach Ma-
ther has not announced the lineup
Both the New-York Giants and the race is he ng run in the American for today's scrimmhage he has dt his
American Leaguers from the same 1 "«ague for second place in the final commanid a score of heavyweights,1
standing. Detroit and Cleveland anyone of whom he can depelid upon
preparation for the Worlasis Seies were but a point apart after T ues- and there will be a hard fight to deter-
prearaio n r the World'seies iday's games, in which the Tigers inin the permanent possessor of ev-
which will open -at thme Yankee stadi- ;t,, , mpsto ntemcie
um next Wednesday. The regular jO!t sd "Kid" Gleason's Chimcago White rY pOSitiOn on the machine.
h Sox, 7-5, while th St. Louis Browns owles. fullback, and Cook, half-
-schdules n both leagues are within were s aring Spake's crew, 10-5. back, both former ineniers of the
ve gamnes of completion.ce According to the way the two teams Muskegon high school squad last year
The Giants have already prachticedhave been going the last week, Cobb's are among those who are likely to
on he Yankees stamping ground, clan should carry ome the bacon start in the backfield. Both of the
and seem to feel that the diamond is Out of the last six games playetI men are experienced plungers and
not of the best. The principal cause Detroit has won five, wlHile Cleveland both of them have their share of{
for complaint was the rough grmound has come away second best in all but weight. Stayman, another former
in both the infield and outfield, which tl"t of Cthe', (h.ini.rt!1hi ~ - high school star from Toledo Waite
McGraw's men claim will be a handi- m is another likely starter in the back-
e(1 second place fir the Ntoa
cap in handling hard-hit balls. i eagueaietA Piat fur ir- fied. Rich and aertig are two other
Manager Huggins, of the Yanks, has , leading the Pittsburgh Pi.backs with ability and are likely to
not yet given out the identity of the ates, who are u third position by a get into the mixup before the final
m substantial margin. The success of ' histle blows.
pitcher to whom will fall athe honor th Gi cis i du inno malomesur
Tee Ccies ls due ionnotsmall measure .h
of opening the series; but it is gen- to the henoenal work of Pitcher Te ne which will confront the
erally expected that "Sad Sam" Aohlfo Luque, who has won nearly Varsity this afternoon is the strong-
Jones will decorate the mound. Jones thi seasonest which has represented the Fresh-
thiirty games ti esn Without
has had one of the best seasons he Is e Cn ti would h men against the Varsity in more than
has enjoyed since his Americai Iac..ntihae a decade. Every one of the forward
League debut. He has on 20 een slated fr another place in the -all is is heavyweight and every one
standings-a place well down the of them is a veteran of intersc olastic
gamnes and lost but 8, according, to Ilist from their present status. fame. Stuart is one of the he aist
recent statistics. Jones also entered _sem._rs__h ea s
baseball's Hall of Fame by turning in men on the forward wall and will un-
a no-hit game a few weeks ago. Student Reeeive4 Appointment - - doubtedly start in one of the guard
It is still a matter of conjecture as Herndon Taylor, '23E, was- given an positions, as will Stiffert. Hamilton
to the Giants' gunner for the first appointment to West Point as a re-. is the only otheroman practically surei
game. McGraw will probably use salt of the wor kwhich he did while of starting in the Freshman line and
either Ryan, Scott, or Nehf. Jack in the R. O. T. C. last semester. A- will face Vandervoort i the tackle
Bentley, who was bought from the though Taylor completed the course position. Both Stuart and Hamilton
Baltimore Orioles last spring is also here he has entered West, Point with-. are all-State players from Dettoit
a possibility. Bentley a southpaw out any advanced standing. Taylor's Eastern and both are certain to make
as een going great guns of late home is in Bismark, North Dakota. Varsity material in another season. 1
and will certainly be used during the Frederick W. Ott, '24E, was given Yesterday afternoon was spent by'
progress of the bign an appointment to Brooks Aviation Coach Mather in giving signals to the
progrens otheig affair, but one oyf field, Texas, where he will study to mnert who will take part in the scrim-
tite veterans will undoubtedly hurl the be an aviator. After the completioni mage today together with a long drill
first contest.
h Yaof his course there he will retur: i essentials. Coach Barker, Varsity
n papev the anks have a big adn o to Michigan to graduate. wrestling mentor took time off from
vantage overttheir opponents oilthehis work with the Varsity to hustle
monnd, but the same was true last Fraternity Register Planned the men up and put them into shape
year, and how the dope was up~set isf'~ '"' ''"lor today's scrimmage.
a matter of baseball history. Against AU fraternities and other student frtoday'ssrimmage._
Jones, Pennock, Bush, Hoyt, Shawkey organizations a-re requested to send Assislant Director of Band Resigns
and Mays, the Giants have on display in the names and addresses of their Charles J. Cole, '26L, has been fore-
Ryan, Scott, Nehf, Bentley, McQuil- officers to the office of the Dean of ed to resign his position as actihg as-
lan, and Watson. Two more weeks Students in University hall. Cards sistant director of the Varsity handi
will tell whether or not dope is of any with this information! will be placed because of his law work. Lloyd R.
use in predicting the outcome of the on a permanent file for office purposes. Preston, '24E, has been appointed to
i3aseball classic. fill the vacancy. Other appointments
While the two Gotham teams are jtjAin the Varsity band will be announced
preparing for the UIg event, a merry R ead the W ant Ads in The Daily, Friday morning.

ry ig over tihe business end 'oL l fi
matches. These troubles prevent him
from getting into proper condition. It
was -worry over the details of his
match with Jack Bernstein that coat
him his junior lightweight title.
There are , boxers who are capable
of managing themselves, but they are
decidedly few and there is nothing Vo
prove that they would not be better
off with mnanagers. It is a sure thing
that Dundee has not saved money by
managing himself. His mstakes have
cost him more than a manger's cut.
If Dundee had a good manager to
guide him he never would have gone
into' time ring with Kid Wagner in
such poor condition that lie could not
hold his own with a second rater. That
affair ruined the Leonard match.
No matter whether Dundee is right
or wrong when he asserts that Leon-
ard is ducking him because the light-
weight champion cannut make tie
weight, the Wagner affair was a ri-
diculous mistake on Dundee's part. If
he is right about Leonard's weight it
was doubly a mistake because it fui-
nished Leonard with a legitimate ex-
cuse for postponing the bout.
It is the general opinion in boxiig
circles that Dundee made a big mis-
take when he signed to box Leonard.
Now that Johnny is ,a world' cham-
pion in his own right there is no good
reason why he should tackle a man
hq does not figure to beat.
Dundee has faced Leonard eight
times. Except in their first encou4J-
ter, which took place' before Leonard
was a top-notcher, the latter always
has shown superiority. The only ex-
cuse for. a Dundee-Leonard match"'s
that Leonard might be weak at the
weight. Dundee ;thinks that Leonard
cannot make the weight but lie is
only guessing about that. He is dg-
pending on rumor, not on something
known to be a fact, for.beoiard'
weight still is as much a mystery as
ever.
Manila RfaIl Ianager Dies.,=i
Manila, Oct. 3.-Col: I-I. B. McCoy,
general manager, Manila Railway, is
dead; he came to the islands in 1898.
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good for the remainder of the points.
Case Lineup Uncertain
No announcement has been made
yet as to the line-up which will start
the game Saturday but it seems prob-
able that most of the men who started
scrimmage for the Varsity yesterday
will be in the game at the beginning.

Bishop Returns From Chicago
William A. Bishop, librarian of the
University, returned yesterday from
Chicago where'he has spent the last
three days in purchasing books to
replace those which have been muti-
lated and lost in the past year.

quarter. The other half will go to
either Graham, Scantleberry, or Fish-
er, probably Graham. At fullback
Wesley Fry of I-Hartley, Iowa, another
1922 freshman, secns to be the favor-
ed one, although it is considered like-
ly by some that he will play quarter-
back in place of Parkin, especially if
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