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Pcal ' MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ^, 1923

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No Joy Ahead For Harvard Crew
As It Starts Training For Tigers

(Continued from Page One) seasons while Fry is a new hand at
Iowa's line attack is far from be- thegane, never having played football
ing -what the outsiders think of it as before ho came under the tutelage of
being. It is not a slow moving, plod- Coach Jones. Taking Parkins in the
ding affair, but is composed of rushes Ohio game he was the star of the fra-
rather than bucks, and sweeps rather cas and will prove a worthy opponent
than runs. The whole Hawkeye ma- for the seasoned Michigan pilot.
chine works like a clock, its perfec- Most of the kicking will be taken
tion being made possible by the small care of by Kipke. Iowa will try to
humber of plays used. Coach Jones do as little punting as necessary and
has not given his men more than four Fisher will do what ever amount is
or five plays but the'xecution of them necessary.
had made thezu.iable to break down Kipke is the superior of any hooter
.oppbsln defensives etter than the& that graces the Old Gold fold, but un-
majority of more complicated sys- less the line-bucking of Iowa fails
tems then the plays,.are not carried[ to have effect he will lack compet!-
out so perfectly. tion.
Iowa,Vsss Shifts The Lineup
The Iowa stle of 1)ay as taught Michigan Iowa
by Howard Jones' si very similar to Marion. .. .. ;-. ...le.. .. . .. .. .Romeyl
the ~ ystem Used by the old Minnesota Muirhead . . It ........Hancockl
teams. In 1919 a Yost Coached ma- Slaughter ........ Ig . .. . Fleckenstein,
chine fell to- Minnesotaz by a score of Blott...........c.........Griffen
39-6, simply because of the remark- Steel.....,.....rg.......Folsen
able execution' of shift: plays by the VanDervoort...rt.............Kriz
Gopher machine.; Tonioiroiv the Curran .................... Ottie I
same thing will happen unless the Uteritz.......qb . . ........Fry
Michigan line proves a stone wall.1 Kipke.........I .......Fisher I
The Wolverine backs will have very Steger........... rh .......Grahamn
-little to do on the defensive. The Miller........... fb .......... Miller
S}Igcnh coaches know just what to
e4pect ahd the Iowa coaches are well London, Nov. 2.-The government
we of. the fact, but unless the Js considering the name.of Sir Robert
einlnman coached . Michigan line Kindersley, as a delegate to the Re-
dtands fast, Iowa will have its way. paration Revision Conference.
,racticaly all of the line plays used
by 'the Ha 'keyes start from the same . Munich, Nov. 2.-Gen. Ludendorff, a
formation. Two backs, the quarter, Prussian, is said to have acquired
and Capt. Miller, stand a few yards favarian citienship.
teiind an unbalanced line. The two-.
itstaining backs stand behind the
heavy side of the wall and make in- Title Ca
trfcrenAce for their teammates -
through.the line. Just before the ball Be Oused F
is snapped there is a shift verging on
the illegal because of the short inter-
val beftre the-ball-is enappedand the. .When the sok6 clears after today's
play starts. Against the other teams
which Iow 6has played this year the games, the complexion of the Big Ten
ruisheiwtied four or five yards at a race will be altered in several respects,1
tine" Againt Michigan they will do as att .east one of the strongest con-4
~thei sam4 flhi unless- the line. both tenders will be eliminated, unless tie
6ides of it stands up to its task.
Varsity Jiepends, oa-Back.t- games result.
w' Against the- .Hawkeyes, the Wolver- Barring the Michigan-Iowa contest,1
tin are4xe cted to use a far different the encounter between Chicago andI
tiej ~pay on the offensive, a type Illinois is the most important fracas
of yay lnwhich the line -plays a very on the Conference schedule. Neither
san part, comparatively. If Iowa's as
e#d' and backs fail to keep pace withI teamn has been defeated as yet, and I
theirline, .Michigan's attack will both aredetermined to cop the hunt-~
1prove powerful. Michigan will rely ig in the Big Ten. On paper, the
upon herfleet, footed backs, to push rAlini appear to have the stronger ag-~
the ball towiards the opposing goal gregation. By virtue of wins over
line. Captain Kipke, all-American, Iowa and Nebraska, Zuppke's clan has
and one of the best pass shooters proved itself to be a team of the first
and receivers in the game, Herb Ste- order. Last week's victory over North-
ger, probably the fastest back in the western was accomplished by ascore
section today, and Uteritz, the Michi- Of such proportions as to leave no
gan field general, are all adepts at doubt in the minds of dopesters as to
aerial play and can be reliod upon to I the quality of the Sucker eleven. In
do as well on the defense as on the at- "Red" Grange, Zuppke has a ball-toter
tack. -Curran and. Marion, both wing- !vith few peers in the West. The
men of ability, are also expected - to Purple gridders were helpless -to- stop'
play a large part in the Maize and his rushes. Chicago's showing against
Blue attack. Northwestern earlier in the season
The same backs will run the ends, was not nearly as impressive as that
while the line plunging will be taken of the Suckers, and the Staggmen
rare of by Mjlier. ."Red" will have were extended last Saturday in trim-
thie chance of 1iis carer to step into piing Purdue, 20-6. If John Thomas
ge lieligh tomorrow when he meets is in form, however, the Illini will
up witli tel' a'line. T'urin g 'the have 'something to worry about. At all
past few weeks he has been showing odds the game will be well worth the
up better in every game. Aginst seeing.
Vanderbilt, he failed to show any- No other Conference games of im
thing, but in the game with Ohio on portance are scheduled. The Illnois-
the following week-end he took the Chicago, and Michigan-Iowa codtests
ball fo four and eve yard gains on lre the only outstanding clashes. Wis-
every occasion but one or two, and on cousin has an open date, which will
severaL-occasions crashed .through for be a welcome event for the Badgers
twelve and fifteen yards advances. In after their gruelling battle against
the game with M. A. C. lie again dis-gu Minnesota last Saturday. 'The Go-
- played an improvement and -vas real-'Miesolasha tday. uTy in
ly respo sible ,forthree touchdowns. pers should have little difficulty in
When he plunges against the Old
Gold line he will meet as solid a for-. See Grid-Graph Hill Auditorium today.
ward wall as there is in the Middle
West and his ability to make gains
through it would stamp him as a real
succeor to Cappon, last year's Mich-
igan Munger. E
Line to Meet Test SEAT''
The Michigan line, with Curran and
Marion at the ends, VanDervoort and
Mutirhead at tackles Steel*andlaugh- SH IRTS
ter at guards And Blott at center will
also have ' chance to show Improve-
ment when imeets the 1400 pmxlnd
line of the -Hawkeyes Curran and
Marion will have their hands full with
Romie and Ottie. Muirhead andVnan-J '

beivoort will be the equals of their
opponents, U'ancock and Kriz but
from all infications will be the two"
hardest worked.men on the Wolver-
ine squad.' The majority of the OUR LINE OF
Hawkeye plays ' cut through 'th'e
tackles, and upon the two Wolverines
will depend to a large degree the suc-I
cess of the Michigan defense.dSteele Pants Shirts
and Slaughter, both experienced men,
are expected to have hard opponents'
in Fleckenstein and Folsen, both of

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E C. Stout, Princeton End. -
Harvard, still trying to catch he r breath after two defeats by lesser.
elevens, has little to look forward to. A week from now the Crimson meets
the Tiger, whose power Was proved w hen she held the powerful Navy to a
tie score last wreek. Stout, left end f or the Bengals, is one of the imen who
can be counted upon to break up th e Harvard attempts around the wings.
ntenders D ue team has met defeat this year, and
both have showed exceptional power.
;ro i Race Today I Dartmouth astounded Eastern critics
latSaturday by trouncing Harvard
by a score of 1G-0. The victors dis-
played a fast, hard attaclg which they
taking Northwestern into camp, judg- count uPoplo'd(w'nftlb Bfg Red team.
ing by the past records Qf the two The gam1e will be preceded by the
teams. The Northmen showed a worlId ,dedication p4 Dtno 1th's new athletic
of ability in holding the powerful Wis -f eld, whidli hwill pro .idean added imf-
cousin eleven to a scoreless tie last petus for the Vermont boys to take
'their fan g o pon Oli nto camp.
week, a-nd the Purple athletes should The AryY gine9 Nrlks next to
be easy victims. Ohio State will also the Cornell-Dartmoymth affahr in im-
encounter a team of little consequence pottance infthe EastV3 'Yele is gener--
in the game with Denison College. ally considered to lie the strongest
This will undoubtedly be a pushover team of the Big Three1 and showed
affair. The only other Conference plenty of ability last. Sat'urday in de-
game of the day will bring together f ating Brown, 21-0. The Cadets are
Indiana and Hanover. tresh from a walkaway at the ex-.
The Cornell-Dartmouth game is the pense of the Lebanon Valley eleven,
topliner in Eastern circles. Neither which was fpr d-to accept the short
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end of a 73.0 score. The, battle will
be watched with interest, as' Yale at
present-is the only member of the Big
Three to boast a clean slate. Har-
vard fell before Dartmouth last Sat-
urday, and Princeton was unable to
cope with Notre Dame's dazzling at-
tack the week previous. "Tad" Jones
is anxious to keep his proteges at the
top of the heap, and his team will
be out after the Cadets from the start.
The dope gives Yale the edge. Prince-
ton is not expecting any amount of
opposition' from Swarthmore, but Har-
'yard is not slated for a' walkaway
when the Tufts eleven takes the field
against the Crimson. Tufts has for.its
'coach Eddie Casey, Harvard's former
star, who was an All-American half-_
back several years ago. Casey is keen
for a victory over his alma mater, and
the Harvard warriors may expect a
stiff battle.
Penn State and Syracuse should
furnish a good article of football when
the two teams clash at Syracuse.
State's excellent showing against West
Virginia last week. took its toll, as
Captain Bedenk and Palm, the little
back field luminary, will not be able to
enter the fray today. Syracuse will
also be. handicapped by the absence
from the lineup of Chet' Bowman, who
is one of the ranking backs of the
East. He was injured in the Pitt game
two weeks ago, , and is not yet in
good enough shape to start the game.,
Foley, an understudy, will take Bow-
,man's place in the Syracuse lineup.
Foley is a fast man, and, although he
is not the equal of Bowman, he is
capable of putting up a strong game.
The Lafayette-Washington and Jef-
ferson match will be a hard-fought
game, the outcome of which is far
from' certain in advance. Neither
team made a particular impressive
showing last Saturday. W. and J.
Was held to six points by the Univer-
sity of Detroit, while Rutgers fought
the Lafayette eleven to a standstill,
earning a 6-6 tie. Both teams will be
on their toes for today's contest.
Pitt should return a winner in the
tilt with Pennsy., Although Pitt was
forced to accept }a 7-2 defeat at the
hands of Carnegie Tech last week, her
team is. of: sufficiently high caliber to

HARPHAM TRQKYRCETOA
avsFavoerd to Take +Ir st Honorss
'ia rt Tnanker t n s econds hung up a new record for the
in Ann. Inter-Leam course.
SEvent Steve is anxious to see how the win-
ner's time this year will compare to
GONE TO ANY RUNNER TWICE that made by Isbell last year. When
Isbell hung up his record the course
was muddy, rocky, rutty and in its
Members of the Varsity cross coun- worst condition. This year the course
try squad will partake in the Harp- I is in excellent shape.
ham trophy run over the south Ferry Davis looms up as the favorite to win
field course this morning at 10:30 and the race after his showing against M.
if dope has it right fans will witnesa A. C. last Saturday. In the meet with
one of the most hotly contested races he Farmers, Harry turned in fairly
of the season. The run will be over good tine and was never pushed in the
the regular five mile course that will ,east after the first two miles were
be used in all future meets of import- covered. It will also be recalled that
ance. }Davis who was ineligible last season,
The Harpham trophy run .has come nevertheless kept in good condition
to be an annual affair in The Michigan I and ran against Isbell in all the im-
cross country schedule. In this race portant trials held last season. Most
the athle e who wins first honors re- of the trial runs resulted in dead heats,
ceives the honor of having his name Isbell and Davis always breasting the
engraved on the Harpham trophy in tape in exactly the same time.
Waterman gymnasium besides a large Rearick may also be considered as a
silver 'loving cup. Appropriate cups possibility for first honors. This man
will also be awarded to the winners of has been running strong this season
onrrnd n r7 t i wrt .n~n e+ '

seconct and third places.
It is an interesting fact to note that
no runner Ias ever'won the race two;
times in ,succession. Last year Is-,
bell had little difficulty in copping the
run b: many yards. He was never
threatened during the race and in
turning the course in the exception-,
ally good time of 26 minutes and 6
vania gridders defeated Centre Col-
lege last Saturday by a score of 24-0,
in a game that. was marred by rough
work on the part of the victors. In
victory, Pennsy's showing was not any+
'too impressive, as the "Praying Col-
'onels" are not represented by a strong
eleven this year. The other two Last-
ern games of importance bring to-
gether Colgate and the Navy, Brown
and St. Bonaventure. The- Middies
are favored' to trim Colgate, while
Brown's encounter should result in the

and can be counted on to turn in fast
tine tomorrow. A good race is prom-
ised between Captain Arndt, Bowen
and Shenefleld as all of these men are
in the best form of their career and
they are also fairly evenly matched.
In the run last year Arndt copped
second honors and ran a strong race.
Mike Reinke, star of last year's
yearling team, can be counted on to
put up a good race if he does not ex-
perience trouble with his legs as has
been the case for the greater part of
the season. Reinke -was unable to
compete against the Farmers last Sat-
urday, so little ia known of his
strength when real competition is fac-
ed, as he is only a sophomore and
Steve has never seen him in a real
race. Calahan, Griffen, Polremus and
Hicks may prove to be dark horses
and finish well up the list.

take Pennsy into camp. The Pennsyl- decisive defeat of St. Bonaventure. See Grid'Graph Hill Auditorium today.

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