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GE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1929

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Many Gridiron Games Will
Attract Attention Today
C With most of the larger schools Pitt Plays Lafayette
1swinging into action, today's football4 The outstanding game in- eastern
results will be watched with interest circles will be the Pitt-Lafayette tilt.
yt Both schools have powerful teams, and
byopesters who are anxious to get a close battle should result. The
(Coninue fro Pag ni a line on the 1923 football situation. "Big Three" swings into action against
(Continued from Page One) actiongagainst
Although no games of great import- teams which are of doubtful caliber.
The largest number of substitute;is an are scheduled, several battles jarvard meets Rhode Island, Yale
for any position on the eleven are due will command attention. Iowa, whose plays North Carolina, while Princeton
to be made in the backfield. Rockwell team finished in a tie with Michigan I will try conclusions with Johns Hop-
and Parker will both be given an on- for Conference laurels last season, kins. Another interesting game will
plays her second game of the season be played when Washington and Jef-
partunity to perform rn place of Uer-today when -Knox will be encountered. ferson and Washington and Lee meet.
itz, who will start the fray at the The game should not prove a stumbl- In the other eastern games, Pennsy
pilot position. Rockwell and Parker ling block for the Iowa eleven, although plays Maryland, Penn State encounters
are both fast open field runners, Knox defeated Northwestern 13-0 last the'North Carolina.Aggles and Cor-

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steady field generals, and exceptional week.In "192 Iowa swamped Knox
punters. Eiiter one of these men will Iby a score of 61-0.
be in a position to substitute for Iter- ChipCag() Plays Colorado
itz later on in the season. Coach Ryan's Wisconsin team will
Will Relieve Kiplke encountre Coe college in its initial
Heston and Vick, both of whom clash of the year. The Badgers are
played on last year's Freshman squad, C expected to win-by a comfortable mar-
and both of whom are related to form- .. gin as the little school is never par-
er All-American football players at ticiularly strong. Chicago will meet
Michigan, will be used in place of an unknown quantity in the Colorado
Captain Harry Kipke after the Case Aggies. Stagg's aggregation looked
team has been given an opportunity fairly strong in trimming the Mich-
to see his all-American heels fly for igan Ags 34-0, in their first game of
the first part of the game. Both of the year. If their luck against farm-
these men specialize in the forward ers continues, the westerners are in
pass, Vick doing the heaving and les- Ifor a bad day, but they may prove to
ton, the receiving when they are play- be stronger than their reputation.
irig on the same team. Michigan supporters will watch with
Herrnstein, nephew of the Herrn- special interest Ohio State's game with
stein who made football history on Ohio Wesleyan. The Buckeyes are
Yosts' "point-a-minute", will be d- pointing toward the game at Ann Ar-
other member of the squad playing to- bor two weeks hence as their supreme
day's game who bears the name of aeffort of the season. Coach Wilce's
famous Michigan football player and charges may not try to run up a heavy
will probably replace Herb Steger a score on their opponents, but may use
riht halfd before"th slecon pods the game as a scrimmage, designed to
has ended. "Red" iller who hasuncover any serious defects team
been selected to start the game at nory s u f inteam
fullback will play his first game for play and individual work. Last seas-
Michigan today. Although this man on, Wesleyan nearly threw a wrench
has notshown the brilliance of Cap- in the Buckeye machinery by holding
pon, whose place he is taking, he is their heavier, more experienced op-
the most promising choice for the ponents to a 5-0 score.
psition and with some experience in Illinois faces a tough team in her
college football the Coaches are look- inaugural battle, meeting the Univer-
in; for him to develop considerably. sity of Nebraska. The Cornhuskers
Grube will be given a chance at full- defeated Pitt last year, in addition to.
back today, later in the game: a number of other high-class aggrega-
Coaches Scouting Games tions. Bob Zuppke has been working
While the Varsity is taking care of hard in an attempt to, develop some
the Case team this afternoon unider Varsity material from the sophomores
the direction of "Tad" Weipnan, the who turned out for the squad. Fac-
remainder of the coaching squad will ing as strong an eleven as Nebraska
be scouting games being played by with an untried team is a dark pro-.
Vanderbilt, Q. S. U., and the Quanico spect for' any coach, and the Suckers
Marines. Coach Yost, together with will have to put up a fast article of
"Ernie" Vick will be present at the football to start their campaign with
O. S. U. game with Ohio Wesleyan, al- a victory.
though the primary purpose of his A patched-up lineup will represent
trip to Columbus is to make final ar- Minnesota in their clash with the
rangements for the handling of the heavy Ames outfit. Captain Martin-
crowd expected at the Ohio State eau, one of the most-feared backs in
game here. Coach Little will watch the the Conference has a broken bone in
Georgetown-Marine game at . Wash- his thumb, and Guzy, one of the most
ington, 1). C., while Coach Sterznegger promising of the Gopher quarterback
is taking a peep at Vanderbiit's squaod candidates, is suffering with a similarI
down in Nashville. Coach Ml\ather of injury. If ithe cripples recover in time
the yearling squad will watch his for the opening whistle, the Ames
alma mater, Lake Forest, do battle eleven will undoubtedly be defeatedr
with the Michigan Aggies at East without undue effort, but with- a make-
Lansing. shift lineup on the field, the Gophers
The lineup for today's gaine m as are liable to have considerable trouble
follows: [
MICI-AN CAE with the little school.
Marion........L. E...Snni ngton At South Bend, Notre Dame should
galaba , have little difficulty with Lombard col-
Muirhead...... L. T.......urchard lege. Nothwithstanding the fact thait
Steele.. ..... ... L. G. Caw se, tor Lombard held the U. of D. to a-6GI
Blott...........C. .........Frato tie last season, Rockne's team shouldF

neii nnecus Susquehanna.
In the South, the one outstanding
contest is the Georgia Tech-Georgia
Military Institute affair. The Georgia
school is not the "Golden Tornado" of
I the time of Strupper, Guyon, and Car-
penter, but ever since those palmy
days when the southern school had
one of the ranking teams of the coun-
try, intcrest has been keen in its ath-
letic welfare.

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E. Mildner, 1366, is. C. R. Rasmussen, fraternities enter the fray the
3056J; W. W. Grothaus, 2282J, vs. M. size of the eventual meet will be close
Finkleman, 1668WY; F. T. O'lrein, to the Western Conference annual run,
eason 2420W, vs. V. F. Silver, 1121J; A. at least in numbers. Such turnouts
Klein,981W, vs. N. Schlaack, 288J; P. as these and those in the other fall
W. Power, 1114M, vs. J. Epstein, sports is a good sign that the Intra-
825W; R. SlowInski, 717 Arbor St., vs. mural department will surpass last
. L. White, 1700J; F. Deans, 315 year's record in numbers and interest
Church, vs N. Dreyfuss, 751W: W. I-. St., vs.\N. Frieling, 981W; E. Nagel,
Stewart, 783, vs. R. U. Martin, 18051; displayed.
B. E. Unsoeld, 2437J, vs. H. Kaufman,
825W; W. G. Harrison, 179, vs. D.
!Seitz, 179.
All men whose names are misspell- AT THE THE ATES
ed in the above list should come to the
Intramural office and have them
changed. Telephone numbers are re-
quested and will be insisted upon in- ( creen-Today,
stead of street addresses and class
numerals. These should be changed
immediately. The schedule for the
second round will be announced the Majestic-"To the Last Man," by
latter part of the week. It must be' Zane Grey.
s ated again that promptness and pre-
cision must characterize the attitude Arcade--"The Steadfast Heart."
of all the entrants this fall as the en- 1 '--
try list is almost double that of last Wuerth-Pola Negri in "Ven-
year and Manager Goetz, 33, must get I detta."
the majority of the participants elim-
inated by the last of October. I Orpheum-William Desmond in
"Mc~uire of the Monnted."
The schedules for fraternity speed-
ball and the all-campus tennis doubles
tournament will be carried in tomor-
row's Daily. Alpha Rho Chi has been Stage-This Week
added to league > and if four more
teams can be secured before Tuesday, i
League 9 will be started. Whitney-"The Mollusc,
Whiney Th Molus,"Mich-E
Approximately 100 men have entered igan Repertory company
the fraternity cioss-country race }
which will be held the first part of Garrick-Dangerous People."
1November. These men represent
5 'ten fraternities, Delta Chi lead-
ing with the largest number of Daily Want Ads always bring good
entries, 21 men. When the other results.
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Case will try for a win over Mich-
igan for the twenty-seventh time this
afternoon when the plucky brown-clad
lads from Cleveland will line . up
against Yost's Wolverines.
On each preceding occasion the
game eleven has returned home with
nothing but the sting of defeat prick-
ing bitterly. However the light but
versatile eleven never becomes dis-
pirited no matter how big a score the
Wolverines run up.
Case was handed the worst beating
in 1914 when the Wolverines turned
in 69 points while the Cleveland team
failed to even conic near the covetedl
Maize and Blue goal. On the follow-
ing year Case came back with a much
stronger aggregation holding the
Wolverines to a- 14-3 score.
Case fared the best with Michigan
in 1910 when Yost's men were unable
to turn in a victory against Case the
best they could do being to turn in a
3-3 tie score.
Past scores with Case since 1914
are as follows:
1914, Michigan 69; Case 0.
1915, Michigan 14; Case 3.
1916, Michigan 19; Case 3. -
1917, Michigan 41; Case 0.
1918, Michigan 27; Case 0.
1919, Mlici1gan 34; Case 0.
1920, Michigan 35; Case 0.
1921, Michigan 64; Case 0.
1922, Michigan 48; Case 0.
Walk Encroach-ients to be Removed
Within 10 days, notice will be serv-
ed by the city upon property owners
ordering them to remove all encroach-
wants' from city sidewalks. Blanks
have been printed and the names of
offenders will be given to Isaac G.
Reynolds, city clerk.

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Captain Harry 1ipke

Coach Yost's best bet and Walter Camp's choice for All-American half
last season who will lead the fighting Maize and Blue in the opening fray.
Many fans will welcome the chance to see Kipke in action today as Coach
Yost has used him sparingly in scrimmages and many have not yet had a
chance to see him in action thus far this season.

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vs . O. Connell, 2426; r;. .Watts,
Intamu al ite s, 709R, vs. M. . Schuster, 2093R; 0.
McKnight, 1270J1, vs. H-. Birks, 116G;
Tennis will make its officialbw to ; E. Greensfreu, 3193R, vs. H. E. Boxer.
the campus Mom d4y .afteruooi v en 3193R; J. McKnight, 1270J, vs. H. H.
matches in the Nichols, 1984J; W, M. Rolland, 2863.,
vs. 1. Olian, 2492W; E. S: Prall, 632M,
first round of the All-campus singles vs. R. R. Shaw, 603 Ann St.; H. Wool-
tournament. At the same time 40 fender, 913 Huron St., vs. Myron Falk;
doubles teams will make their initial i'. E. Hoffman, 2193M, vs. G. Mc-
start toward the coveted cup and nu- Shane, 2420W; E. J. Spalding, 913
merals, which are awarded yearly by Monroe St., vs. Arnold Gingrich, '25;
the Intramural department to the ten- J. O(. Garber, 1324J, vs. C. L. Charter,
nis champions and runner-ips in the 702J; J. Shapiro, 2563J, vs. C. E. Al-
fall tournafhents: bracht, 1040J; D. R. Osenbruggen,
The -matches scheduled below for 3338M, vs. R. A. Hicks, 332 Maynard
the first round must be played off by S;t.; F. Bremer, 1201 East University
5 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon or else St., vs. N. Frieling, 981W; E. Nagel,
both teams will lose their right to 436J, vs. S. Friedman, 751W; P. D.
continue in the next round. To those Prmberg, 1121J, vs. R. H. Crane, 2451;
who have never participated in the J. hli sehman, 2006 Waslitenaw Ave.,
tournament before it is well to say vs. N. Feinsinger, 751W; C. R1. 3ut-
that all players are expected to call ton, 1285, vs. R. S. Martin, 1805R; 1
up their opponents and arrange a con- L. Mullins, 27E, vs. F .J. lollani, '25;
venient time and place for the match. A. J. Hall, 2956J, vs. -W. Flowers,
All scores must be turned into fhe In- 1166; 13. Waechter, 24E, vs. L. Slin-
tramural office, 2268, immediately after erlend, 160R; A. Burke, 131, vs. C.
the match has been decided. Thomas, 932M; C. F. Lyman, 274M,
Following are the men who will op vs. -. . 1Passalt, 1719R; H-I. B. Ham-
pose each other in the first round: mil, 1328, vs. C. Cayne, 2420W; N. -1.I
E. Hibshmar, 997M, vs. C. L. Briggs, Benbam, 3186M, vs. G. Register, 1809;
2738; M. D. Stein, 3124R, vs. D. Reel C. D. Wheeler, 1201 East University
Jr., 632M; E. Goldman Jr., 825MW vs. St., vs M. Levison, 2282J; F. H. Mur- I
IT. Wilmot, 2956J; F. L. Omelia, 2420W, phy, 1040J, vs. J. L. Robinson, 1548R5;

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