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- TUEfSDAY, OCTOBE~R 30, 192'l



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F! QT PT W~ Ilarriers Show
IMPOeIA TrDAJIL lfot lWAsistj[nt !d1'ita , A. C. atrday Vby
All men who have been on the the most dcisve core possible, 1a
campus one year ar eligible.-te michigan harriers proed tht
Only Three Practice Sessions Feumain1 "set" after the manner of most ath- Men caring to try out are t.k- Lack 01 iterhil Wo-1ies Maiher hiya a strong, well balanced ag-
Before Departure of. letes, but getsthe leather away with ed to report at the gynasiunmerc1 a :r rgaion that may be conted on to
at 7:30 oclock any night. k lorkous
Squsnap, making it impossible for the aooitid ih for the Conference cross
opposition to figure out the ply before LOSS OFEJIM 1_1?,_A T'l? _ E N T r country championship in the Confer-
OLD GOLD SHOWS STRENGTH the ball is on its way. In addition OS ON ELI T 1:W UN ens championship run which is slat-
to his excellent passing, "Vick" is a " eDoc" Tuor'O t l l~ I NTO NEW
IN OVERWhELMiNG BUCKEYES cleverxman in a broen Feld. I DM ay Tutors ed to take place at Columbus Novem-
S.. the mut lookbfokenue.bor 24.
-- "Charley" Grube, who replaced z x t y Fencers \ith a n th meet with the Aggies the
With no serious injuries resulting Miller at fullback gave a good account season none too br ght, as it appear,3 W Nolvr(nes placed no less than nine
from Saturday's game,.Coach Yost and of himself, particularly as a line- Under the careful eye of Dr. George well night impossible to fill the shoes men ahead of the first Farmer runner

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T HE PkSSING ( AM1E. TS ORRIN And I believe such was the case with
AN \}DEVEIP =ENT im lny oVbr Coaches. By experiment-
ing wilh their own teams they recog-
The forwarid pass has don ,rau in nized the value of the pass, gave it at-

his assistants have settled down to the piunger. w t beaalittle more weigsstLm, dector 'oaterman
t, . Mydircto o Waeranwdgymnas
task of preparing the Wolverines for Grube would be an invaluable asset ium, the 60 men who answe'ed the
to the squad. As things stand at pres- first call for the fencer's squad are
the clash with Iowa which is loss than I ent, he is a fullback of considerable being slowly whipped into shape for'
a week away. i merit. He hits the line hard, and runs the strenuous work of foiling, which
As the team. leaves for Iowa City the ends equally well. He could al- will start as soon as the necessary
Thursday afternoon, the Varsity has Ways be counted on for a few yards equipment arrives.{
only three days in which to correct when a gain was needed against the The interest that is manifested at
the 'faults which cropped out in the Farmers. His work on the defense each of the practice sessions is en-*

Aggie contest. Two days will prob-
ably be devoted to individual instruc-
tion inperfecting the team's play for
the Hawkeye contest, while scrim-
mge will occupy' one session. The
freshmen have been learning the
Iowa plays which Micigan scouts
have' observed while watching the
Jonesmen in action. Scrimmage will
ilidoubtedly be between the second-
string' Varsity and the yearlings, as
the coaches refuse to take chances on
injuring- the first-stringers.
Hawkeyes Powerful
The reports brought back from Co-
lumbus by Coach Yost indicate that
the Wolverines will be forced to play
stellar football if they are returned
th winners over the Hawkeye. Coach
Jones' eleven, in trouncing the Buck-
eyes 20-0 gave a great exhibition of
straight football.' Relying on their
exceptionally heavy line, the victors
*bent through Ohio's defense with
greater facility than the Maize and
Blue gridders experienced in trimming
tiie Wicenien. A summary of the
gamnshows that the Hawkeyes gained
twice a mudch ground against the
1,ed and Gray eleven as the Wolverine
baclks were abe o negotiate. Coach
Yost rates tow .as, one of the best
ground-gainingwmachines in the West.
The success experienced by Coach
Jones harges in employing straight
football gives evidence of the strength
of-their aggregatioc as the Ystmen
~eribIe to &dY'i lish little without
the use of a dazzling pass attack..
Fast open play, with the forward
Pass predominating is undoubtedly the
mbet ihea1 .gf 'ombattinghe .Hawk-
eyes, who depend on their heavyweight
line to pave the way for an attack
consisting mainly of straight football.-
qixe p lunges, -off-tackle drives and
eni Tuns carried the Jonesmen to
victory over Ohio State, and the Ipwa
rooters are counting on the same re-
sults when their team clashes with
the Wolverines. The forward pass is
not ignored in the Hawkeye camp, but
they do not employ trick formations
to the usual extent. In Parkin, Fry,
and Graham, Coach Jones has three
running backs of whom any coach
might well be content. Fisher .is a
back with an infinite capacity for scor-
ing points via the drop-kick route.
These men have excellent interference
behind which to work, with the result
that the combinatioh is one of the
most dangerous in the West. Michi-
gan's line is in for a hard day Satur-
day and the coaches are planning to
work the stonewall experts hard for
the ,three practice sessions that re-
main for the Maize and Blue eleven.
Varsity Backs Good
The M. A. C. clash brought out
strongly the excellence of Michigan's
backfield material. Kipke, Uteritz and
Miller played their usual strong
games, but the showing of the Wolver-
ine subs was the real feature of the
one-sided contest. As a ground-gain-
er, Herrnstein is one of the most
likely prospects on the squad. He is
fast, shifty, and hard to tackle. His
showing against the Aggies was most
impressive for the short time he was
in the fray.. Vick, who replaced "Her-
rnie" gave a stellar exhibition of
passing and open-field work. His
heaves were long, accurate and speedy.
The most outstanding point with re-
gard to Vick's passing is the manner
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was also highly acceptable. Parker, couraging and the men under Doc's
the stocky little quarterback made one ? guiding hand will be moulded into a
of the prettiest plays of the day when fighting group of foilers. As a fencer.
he circled the Aggies' right end for a in his college days at Yale, Dr. May
33-yard gain late in the game. He was one of the leading men in the east
also made one of the Wolverines' and was noted for the speed which
touchdowns. Rockwell, who replaced he displayed when foiling with heav-'
Kipke, gives premise of being a real ier and stronger opponents. He has
star. His punting is exceedingly good, aged, but the agility of his youth still
and he is an efficient man at carryingI remains with him and will come in
the leather. 'The Ann Arbor boy is an handy when the more promising can-
expert at breaking up passes, as he' didates for the eventual squad wishf
proved in the Aggie contest. to encounter some real opposition.t
The brand of football displayed by Practice hours for the squad have
the Maize and Blue subs was such as been definitely set for 4 o'clock Wed-
to insure a strong lineup even in case nesday afternoon and 11 o'clock Sat-
of injuries to the regulars. urday morning. More men will be
in which he conceals the direction of taken on if they wish to enroll and
the play. He does not have to get buy the necessary equipment.

Wolverines, Illinois, Chicago
Still Maintain Clean


Saturday drew the curtain on the year. The Illini (to not appear onr
third week of real Conference compe- Michigan's schedule this year so in,
tition with the usual predictions ful- case both teams go through the race
fl lundefeated, a tie will exist as was the
filld. Te pay aas ast eekcase last year, when Iowa finished .
end produced nothing that could be',aels er we oafnse
with a clean slate. Illinois still has
called a srious upset. rength was (Continued on Page Eight)
displayed in her game with Wisconsin.
After the Badge'rsbrilliant early ser Intram ura Items
son football and her high scoring rec-
ord it looked like defeat for the Go-1
phers. Their seorelgss tie leaves both Following is the speedball sclied-
teams in the Conference race withl.h.i.a -
their prospects brighter for the hard tiks for the fraternities for this after-
games to come. noon: 3:15 o'clock, Alpha Chi Rho vs.
Incidentally reports circulated that Delta Sigma Phi; Beta Theta Pi vs.I
Michigan wishes to displace Minneso- Phi Gamma Delta; 4:30 o'clock, Nu
ta' with a stronger Conference team, Sigma Nu vs. Trigon; Alpha Sigma Phi
Coach Yost emphatically denies the vs. Phi Sigma Kappa; Delta Tau Del-
validity of such rumors. Minnesota ta vs. Phi Sigma Delta. In the class
has always been a favorite with Mich- 'league the following aggregations will
igan followers. The Gopher teams clash: Senior lits vs. senior engineers
have produced a high brand of foot- at 4:30 o'clock, tomorrow afternoon,
ball in the past and furnished the and the architects vs. dents, 4:30 o'-
Maize and Blue with all that is good clock, Friday afternoon.
in football. The "Little Brown Jug"
symbolic of clean sportsmanship be- Favorites and luminaries of other
tween the two schools serves as a I courts are surviving the closing round
reminder that the desire for competi- -of the all-campus tennis doubles tourn-
tion between these two institutions ament this fall. The O'Connell-O'Brien
should continue as in the past. Such 1 team has met and defeated five oppon-
rumors are the outgrowth of the un- ents in as many rounds with clear
founded information and when the cut play, steady, consistent tennis with
Conference coaches meet in Chicago the ability to take the breaks. Garber-
after the season closes it is hoped 'Hicks, formidable contenders for the
that Minnesota again holds the place title last year, are still in the run-
on our schedule that she has the in n.ng and have improved their game
thea encouraged her followers 'to such an extent that they stand a
when sae turned back the Buckeyes at very good chance of upsetting the dope
Columbus. Ohio finished a weeping and winning the final match. The
spell over her Michigan defeat of two 'odgeman-King comb ation has em-
weeks ago long enough to play Iowa. erged victor thus far and will repot
The Ohio supporters thought that the if they maintai their pace. The oth-
23-0 was not a fair estimation of her Ier remain-g teams, Greensfreu-Box-
strength but opinions must change. Ol
Iowa came through with a clean cut pold have a fighting chance and may
victory, enough to brand her as a upset 'the dope at a late hour. Two
deadly foe for the teams to face her lgames have been scheduled for the
before the season ends. There is one .sixth round: GreensfreuBoxer, 30;53-
thing certain, Michigan can assure tR, vs. Garber-Hicks, 1324-J, and Crane-
herself that she will face' a much Leopold, 1579-R, vs. O'Connell-O'Brien,
stronger outfit than stacked up 2420W. These games must be played
against the Illini team earlier in the by 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The
season. In fact Iowa possesses a other survivors drew byes.{
.combination that is next to none in
the Conference. Entries for the all-campus cross-
Illinois continued her march by country meet are now being received
defeating Northwestern 29-0. Coach at the Intramural oflice. The rulings
Zuppk e possesses a formidable lineup for training for the' 'fratrnity race
and his men have the fight that has will hold for the all-campus meet, al-- I
characterized their team in the past. I so. A definite date for the race has
Her decisive defeat of Iowa places her not been set as yet, but will be some
as a leader in the Conference this time after November 19.
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Beard in a Fraterni.

of such men as ly, Miller, Pa-per and to breast the tape, a feat whicn ha tet
Cappon in one year, Coach Mather 4 cvr before been accomplished. ast the so called 'new game' of football to
prver- increase the interest of the spectator The forward pass cane through
cut his basketball squad last night to year when the championship Wolverand to draw forth all of the craftiness many stages of development before
within 10 of the number Ite will carry ins were pitted against the men from and strategy which makes the tsam e so reaching its present high. plane. Short-
far the season. t V t uansing, the Aggies succeeded incop-universally heralcied as the one great Iy after it was inaugurateel as a valu-
!This cut in the Varsity ; ruadl to p'n- seventh place. A rin legc sport. a4ble and, ltgitimnate t ?azn> of Offense,
only potential candidates will enable !1augley, who is supposed to be M. ' American collee srt r ablhe andle timmmtte meands o offens
to iv m re atenio ~a Vas;' oLof sic dc c rp~it n re .as i terules committee decided to block
Coach Mather to give oreattenonA. hest et contrated a bad stitch e as the game of football. In the t field into 5 ard squares designat-
to individual candidates and will give Vain ine side, in the meet Saturday;ery first days of the game ,as in pres- ed by chalk marks. A penalty was fix-
him a chance to ascertain the quality md was unable to run his usual strong ent day Rugby, the lateral passes and ed which required the player, before
of his material rare. Ripper the first M. A. C. man backward passes we'e used e tensive- passing the.ball, to be five yards back
To Practice'Itegularly 'to cross the tape, at no time in the ly, however, it was not until the old and away from where the ball was put
Until the cut last night, the squad ravc gave the Wolverine runners any- mass play was abridged in 1905 that into play and the chalk marks aided
had been divided, the forwvards and thing to worry over. In the meet last the forward pass cane into -serious the officials in judging this. The marks
centers working two nights a week, year Baugley threatened the Michigan consideration. and rule were soon deemed too re-
and the guards working on two other. runners for the first three miles of It was during this year, 1905, that 'stricted, however, and the straight
nights of the week. Starting with the race but wilted on homestretch. the forward pass w. delared legiti- pas from formations, as of to-day's
last night's practice, the entire squad! Davis, in winning Saturday's run mate as a means of advancing the ball play, came into use. Since that time
will report four nights a week. . turned in the good time of 24:28 for and the beginning of the season of the rules have all been made with the
Thre biggest problem that confronts! the four and one-half miles. Coach 1V96 is credited vrith the birth of the idea of encoaraging the forward pass.
Coach Mather is to discover a center Farrell was highly satisfied with forward pass. This acceptance of the ! Even though the forward pass has
who can hold his cvwn in conference Davis' time and is confident that pass was due primarily to the r'uir- .been a part of offensive football for
circles. The gtrdi-atio of Gil my Harry's time would have been a lot ing of 10 yards for downs, the sta- over 15 years, still there are few teams
has left a big hole to )e fil e, especi- faster if hIe had been pushed. Rear- tioning of 7 men on the forward wall that have developed it into a consist-
ally since both offen:e and defense ick, the next man to cross the tape, and the abolishing iof the pushing and ent ground gaining attack, however,
usually hinge about the pivotmnan. shared the pace with Davis during the pulling tactics, which called fort h oth-, there are many teams that make the
Doyle, a sophomore, is at present! first two miles of the race. Rearick er than mass plays to make the re- 'continued mistake of passing too much
the best looking prospet for the tip- ran a good race, turning the course in quired yardage. and thereby lose the real effect of the
off job, but he is sadly lacking in ox- 25:03. There i each year munh 'controversy forward pass entirely.
perience. As yet it is difficult to tell Third place was copped by Jack on tine originator or 'discoverer' of the The forward pass should be used
whether or not Boyle will fill the bill. Bowen, who ran a remarkably good f orward pass out watching it grow ' continually assa threat, which is one
Henderson, Emery and Mogaridge race. Last year Bowen was one of from infancy, and using it fron thef its strongest values, and should be
have also been triedl at this poi o hemin stay ftecaposi first, it is riy opinion that mnany ('cach- - mixecI with a bucking and ruznning at-
haeas'en re tti positioni the mnainstay of the championship , tack to brinm out the . strategy and
but have not shown power as yet. tiefmu and played no little part in help- es, and not any single one, a r- ackatonbss ot the stegy ad
hutzel, an Ann Arbor high school ing tie team beat Wisconsin, in onebl for the passing game to-day. craftiness of the game. tshould.be
product is also demanding attention or the hardest fought meets of the remember distinctly when the snir-- used above all as a regular ground
fro th Caac an wil h gvenevey yar Steve expects much of this mani al' pass first came to my attention.: gaining f lay and. not as a last des-
from the ach and wl be given v nry year e meets During my first year as coach at Ohio 'perate chance. Both long and short
F wpportumty to show his wre. An future meets. iWesleyan University, 1897, I was fac- F! (Continued on Page Eight)
I orward Also Needetl Captain Arndt and Shenefield tied .th ak f el n mes
Haggerty will be back again at one for fourth and fifth places. Both ran e lwith the tash of develolping I us. y
of the forward positions, but as yet a their usual strong race and- finished At thin time the spiral puant Vwas yut W arsssian Mi-istry to Cieagem
sumtb~eruningmat fo Cergehaswitha lt o reerv sped.Arnt -coining into use aml -was practiced by Warsaw, Oct. 29.-There are so inry
suitable running mate for George has h with a lot of reserve speed. Arndt, very few )utr. Not being able to str-ies the government has decided to
no enfon.Gogewl eand Shenefield seem to be stronlger on;pu , lcintly myse lf, I dlrop>peth shuffle the ministry, some resigrning,
watched considerably 'by opposing' a five mile course and as all the rest pun han tly myse doppt slhuffle tthe nstry, soever elsgP-l
guars tis o th mees o theseaon wll e h l, all on my ]nandl to ,,how how it houd,:hu t it is und~erstood whatever else hiap-
guards this year, making it necessary of the meets of the season will be held met theft and be caused to rotat ens that charil will contie as
to uncover another man who can shoot on the longer course, these men are mne the fond be caued toatp ensan mucsr
- and while doing thh, ounid that thi finanice minister.
from the floor. Harry Kilike will boy expected to place high., Calahan fin-I ill could be passed more accurately - -
out as soon as football is over, and ished sixth ,Griffen seventh and Pol- and with more speed in this manner. Leeds, ng., Oct. 29.-William Har-
may be placed at forward; if another hemus eighth. Leedesl, to say, f rom thenon s began ris, pr-.ident of the Ritz-Carlton hotel
nman-doesn't turn up. Harry. has Play-'The annual Harpham trophy runI stCehn toy , ie tiptohpase spirals. comaniny, is (ead.
ed both guard and forward 6n Wolver- 'slatej to take place Saturday.' In' ________________
ine quintets, but was originally a this run the Wolverine to win the race --.,_._
guard. Reese, of last year's freshman receives the honor of having his name_---
team is ineligible. Cherry, also of engraved on the Harpham trophy in -
the freshman team, is out in uniform, Waterman gymnasium. Last year Is-
but his eligibility status is still in hell won the meet with ease and at
doubt. the same time set a new record for
Captain Dirks is sure to be seen at the course.
one of the guard positions. Herrn-
stein, at present on the football tea n, The rest of the schedule is not com-
is a likely prospect. Palmer, Steger pleted as yet. The initial game after
and Blott, also football men, will be the holidays will bo played with Notre
candidates for the guard position after Dame, at South Bend. According to
the gridiron season. Steger has had uresent. plans only the new men will1L I.
considerable experience in high school be taken on the holiday trip, in order
basketball circles. Stevens, a fine de- to give them as much experience asI
fensive man, has been declared in- possible before the opening of the
eligible. Conference season here with Illinois
Plan Christmas Tour on January 14.
Coach 'fath ~ will tq k ii n no


ew ii a-eh is men on a
tour of games during the Christmas
year. The first game of the tour will
holidays, as was the custom until last
be played at Cincinnati, with the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati as opponents. 1

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Peorras to Visit -Centeiial .
Panama, Oct. 29.-President Porras ~
will go to Richmond, Va.. for the con-
ten nial celebration of the 'Jonroe Doc- I a R stock of
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"Best looking line of
Greeting Cards I
ever saw. See me
Dec. 20 for my or-
der," said the col-
lege man.
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A prominent football captain said that
the college crowd should take "time out"
to select their BGreeting Cards now front
the best looking line of cards he ever


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