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Two - More Practice Sessions I

All those expecting to tryout
for the freshman basketball team
are expected to report at the
practices being held from 8:15


to 9:15 o'clock Monday, Tues- -*
Working behind closed gates yester- day, Wednesday, and Thursday
day afternoon, the Varsity football nights in Waterman gymnasium.I
squad continued its strenuous prepar- Those men who are out for foot-
ation for what will be an unusually ball at the preset time will re-
hard game Saturday afternoon when port at the end of the football I
the Wolverines take on the United season. All candidates must Michigan will be forced to the I
Stat~e Marine team from Quantico, furnish their own equipment. Mariie Corps football squad from th
Virginia. RAY L. FISHER, I(The majority of team members have h
In yesterday's session the second Coach. Marin squad, and several All-Americ
Varsity squad scrimmaged the Reserves
while the men expected to'start Sat--
urday went through a light punting,1
passing and blocking .drill. Michigan fullback most of the year but was
still has several formations which switched to quarter I the game
have not been used yet this year but bainst VilanoiasSaturek and wi is
It is expected that the Marines willby e
show such a defense that the Varsity said to carry the ball on three fourths
will be compelled to' use all of its TIDhMarines laysana[R I
trick aganst hem.Henry, Reickman, and Neale are all
tricks against them. good men in the backfield, Reickman's
With only two ~ore days for prac- specialty being his ability to provide ishei4' Men Outplay Seod-StrIg
tice remaining before ther appearance interference for th hile Eleen But Lack Punch to
of the Leathernecks, it is probable Henry and Neale are adept at recei
that 'Yostfnen will get a fairly Bard iH.
workout today but will let up tomor- ing passes from Goettge. A
row ifeelyruningthrughsigalsOn the line Liversedge is perhaps KRUGER ;1 DAY STAR IN
i'ow, derely running through signals the most outstanding man. He first CLOSELY FOUGHT SCRIMAGE
i order that the mlen may be sure of pae otalwiewt h .E '
themselves on Saturday afternoon. played football while with the A. E.
I'wa Casualitles O in France and is noted for his hard Snap and pp were the features of
No definite line-up has as yet been charging. He hits the line hard and the irresistible attack. of the Reserves'
o defnebliepeasdasthetbewn ihlow on every play. His running mate against the second Varsity yesterday
tine exceptIon of the two tackles all Hunt was responsible for one of the in a game that ended in a scoreless
the mceprn, ho thstotacklegs all Itwo touchdowns made by the Marines tie.
awkey'es will open the gae Satur-n the Georgetown game, when he Time and again ,the Reserves car-
dawy.ta wilropednt gamerat'broke through to block a kick, scoop- ried the ball-down the field to within
dlray. Stan 'Muirhead and VanDervoort'bro1
are both out , owing to injuries as is ed up the ball and ran 50 yards for a 'striking distance of the goal line but
are Ao o t o njure is Iscore. time and again the Varsity braced andI
Giube.: All three -men suffered in- Lrsnhopasedfrteet-
lesin the Iowa fracas which will arsoWho plays end for the Leath- forced Fisher's pupils to give up hopes
liine themI frm sartichipationernecks has been shifted from his for a touchdown and attempt a drop-i
Slinate them from participation former place at center where he made kick.
Saturday. that Babcock and All-American some years ago on one The game'og ned with the ball in the;
Ku illrhable thet tackle dofthe strong Navy teams. Farrell has possession of the Reserves who by;
Kunow will handle the tk POSi- been going good al season and should I steady runs and plunges advanced to
tions in place of the regulars with the give plenty of trouble to Curran on the Varsity 25 yard fine. But this was
enaining first string men taking their: the other wing. as far as they could get and after sev-
i5aces on the line. Jack Blott will Two two guards, McHenry and Ce- I(oral attempts for a touchdown Day
hb in his regular job at the center of reck are both new men on the team tried a drop-kick which fell short.
t'hee forward wall flanked by Steele but have shown to advantage thus far The second quarter found the scrap-
aid Slaughter. Curran and Marion in the season. Bailey, who holds py Reserves still tearing away and
'Will be on the ends with the regular down the centpr of the line, is a former two great drives agahn brought the
backfield of Uteritz, kipke, Steger and Maryland man having played on the ball within the shadows of their op-
dIller taking care ofthe scondary Varsi of that school for three years. ponents goal-posts. But the final
defense. fpunch was lacking and again they
lt may be that some of the second were forced to try drop-kicks whicht
string backs. will get in before the both times fell short. Undaunted by
end ;of the gme as the coaches are -Lpoor kicking the Fisherites kept plug-
#tnxious to save their men as much as ing away and the whistle announng+
possible for the remaining two Confer- the end of the first half found a crewi
ence ,games. Vick, Parker and Rock- of tred but happy Reserves facing a
well all sh'oWed up well against the gang of nettled Varsity-seconds on the+
arl . jin scrimmage the Carly All of the final scores having been latter's 40 yard line.
pdrt of t'e week and did well against During the second half the Varsity
the Reserves yesterday so it will be no turned in up to date it is possible to
reat surprise to see some of them announce the standings of the ten put up a much beter s game but in
nspie of their best efforts they wereI
Used against the Quantico aggregation. fraternit1?es in the speedball cup semi- unable to check the advances of the+
Is Marines'Big Game finals figbt. peppy Reserves who always were min-
SThe Marines who have been point- In league one all of the teams, ex- us the impetus to put the ball over.
ing for Michigan since last August are Day and Kruger, Reserve quarter--
set for the biggest game of their sched- cepting Nu Sigma Nu, have been de back and right 'end respectively, gavei
le according to reports from, the feated and the last games will decide the coaches something to talk about
Ilathe'neck camp. Their squad will the championship. Phi Sigma Delta is because of their work. Day's running
leave Quantico this-morning enroute leading league two by a safe margin and Kruger's excellent defensive work,
here stopping over in Detroit to- .and are expected to win the right tIwere easily the features of the game.
morrow. play in the championship game.
Coach Beckett has a fine looking The standings are:
bunch of ball players this year if League one Won LiostDD[
scres made in earlier games are alipha Sigma Phi ...........2 2
Criterion and they should give the Phi Gamma Phi .............1 1
Wolverines considerable in the wayBeua Theta Pi. . .1. .T.R.O. . .....1 1
of opposition. The line will average NpSigma Nii..............1 0SRIL O T
about 10 pounds more than that of the Phi Kappa Sigma..........0- 2
Maizepand Blue ands the backfield will!eIgie two Won Lost (Special to the Daily)
Mze-nBleadthbakil, wl Phi Sigma Delta......2 0 ' aison,- Wis., Nov. 7.-With all
be slightly heavier than that of the1 Alpha 'Rho Chi........ 1 1 regulars and scouts back in town
Vty hDelta Tau Delta ............0 2 after viewing conference contenders
The Marines have had the benefit ofi Phi Chi...................0 0 in action last Saturday the Badgers
year andtheir offense is said to be one Zeta Psi..................0 0 swung into. actionyesterday on a last
ofythe best in the rest. Coach Beckett practice lap before the Illnois game.
Is t product of Hugo Be aekeaving Following are the speedball sched- Illinois, by virtue of her win over
i ules for today and tomorrow among Chicago,.looms as a dark cloud on' the
been under his tutelage at Oregon, so the fraternity, class and freshmen sec- horizon for the Badgers. The Indians
that since last year the Marines have tional.teams: '3:15 o'clock, today, team must be defeated next Saturday at'
had the same attack as that of Penn 2 vs. team 8, Beta Theta Pi vs. Phi Urbana, if the Cardinal is to continue
State. This fall Bill Roper, head foot-: Kappa Sigma; 4:15 o'clock, team 6 vs. in the race, and the trick will not be
ball coach at Princeton, was invited eam 9, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Phi. Gamma easy to perform.
dowvn to Qiantico where he helped Delta; 5 o'clock, Alpha Rho Chi vs. One of the teams will drop out
round the Marines into shape so that Zeta Psi; 3:15 o'clock, tomorrow, team of the race, and Wisconsin is working
the Marines have had training in two I1 vs. team 4, soph lits vs. soph engin- to keep from being that one.
of the most successful schools of foot- eers; 4:15 o'clock, team 7 vs. team 10Under the direction of Coach Low
ball in the country. I senior lits vs. senior' engineers, Phi man, who has been scouting Illinois
Leathernecks Strong Chi Vs. Delta Tau Delta. ' games, the All-Americans are well
The line-up which the Marines will versed in the Indian styl'e of play,
have Saturday includes Farrell and Fraternity athletic managers should and they can be expected to give the
Larson on ends, Liversedge and Hunt take careful notice of the rulings on varsity plenty of stiff workouts during
on the tackles, McHenry and Cereck I their runners in the coming cross the remaining few days of practice.
at uards Bil t th i n +.. .T- , Wisconsin's greatest fear of ill-


Quantico Marine Football Squad;

imit tc maintain her spotless record Saturday afttrnoon when the powerful
e Qualitico, 'Va., station invade Ferry field to do battle with the Yostmen.
ad several years experience in inter-collegiate football pr or to joining thek
an stars will appear in the lineup.
"Look Out For Washigion"
Is C.aiornia Coaches Warning
Berkeley, Nov. 7.--Upsets in Pacific eleven i, heavy, strong and ckperienc-


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The Ohio State university eleven "observer" with .the baal, dropping it
is more or less of an enigma. -There as close to the hole as possible. After
seems to be plenty of matorial there- one ball' is 'dropped the' gain' becomes
at least Coach Wilce and his assist- i regulation golf. It was invented by the
ants say there is-bu for some un- aviators of the '1welfth' olservation
known reason it will not weld itself squadron of the First cavalry division
into' a unit. ,The result is there il lit- at Fort Bliss, Tex.
t'le or no ,cohesion in the Btckeye -* * -
gridjlers' play. It looks *like anotyer 'George arpentier, who was a
drab year for Ohio. greater' fighter When facing Oerman
machine 'guns than when facing the
Looks as though the- race far the fists of Jack De'mpsey, is to return for
banner in the National' league in another invasion, of the good 'ld 'U.
1924 would be a hummer. Branch S. A. He will sail fronm'France about
Rickey is reported to have said that the middle of November bn the liher
the Cardinals were 'the' certain win- Rochambeau. He will' 'be matched
ners for next season and now along against Tommy Gibbons for a bout to
comes Pat Moran of the Cincinnati ! be staged in New York city in De-
Reds and says that with two or three cember or January.
changes in his team he is confident . . * *
he can cop next year. Any others? It pays to be' theboss of apennant
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Coast football'have caused Coach Andy ed. U. S. C. is justly famous for her
Smithtoltehit plansfortheCal.-vonderful defense and yet the mighty
.ornia ean. s ssh gton backs ripped through this
tornia Bears. efene for long gains.
During the early part of the season i Ever since California witewashed
four teams stood out as strong conten- Washigton 7 to 3 in 1921 Coach
ders for the 1923 Pacific Coast con- Bagshaw has aimed at atvictory over
thIrisasIh egh fhsde-
ference title. These teams were Cal-itir>s. T'bs season the northernersar
foria, Stanford, University of South- openly boasting of their strength and
cnn California, and Washington. The feel confident of their ability to humble
University of Southern California was the Bear. California will have the ad-
known to have an exceptionally pow- a of playing at home The game
erful team and Coach Smith expected jivntaeoayntosn. The g sme
them to be his most formidable foe- 'vile a contest of science against
.1force a's the Blue andl Gold 'will be
men. As the result of 'kbg scores in,
n Amany pounds lighter than the visitors.
opening games Stanford built up a They are noted for their team work,
big reputation and followers of the TheWashinonfhas areatiork,
Red declared that she had at last come hile Washingtonha reputation for
into hr own crushing power. If California can
As a consequence of this the Bruin pass this barrier she is almost certain
mentor deemed it advisable to "point" to go undefeated throughout the seas-
his team for U. S. C. and for Stanford, on.
U. S. C. was given particular consid-
eration because the Bears must meet T
the Trojans on the latter's stampng, TESETO L ILTS
grounds when they play Nov. 10. The
Southerners are notoriously stronger f
at Los Angeles than any where else. O
'The last two weeks have seen the re-
versal of all dope. California and
Washington alone remain with perfect New York, Nov. 0.-Eight games which
records. The feared Trojans fell be- bring eastern 'elevens against oppon-
ford the Washington Husky by a 22 to ents from other sections give added
0 count. U. S. C. stock took a tumble. s
To clap the climax, Stanford's highly interest to'the college football pro-
touted team lost to U. S. C. in the next gram for next Saturday. No week-end
conference game 14 to 7. All of which' so far has offered so extensive list
impressed Coach Smith with the fact of attractions between teams of rival
that if the Bears were to win another I sections. The Yale-Maryland game, to
championship they must save every- be played at the Yale bowl, is one of
mthing they have for Nov. 17 when they1thnubradtoswowiese
meet Washington. Ithe number, and those who witnessed
Reports from the north say that the southerners' strength in defeating
Coach Enoch Bagshaw has developed Pennsylvania, declare Yale is in for a
one of the most powerful machines busy afternoon.
ever to represent the Seattle uniVer-
sity. WIth the members of the fam- ( Oregon-Classes in Swedish have at-
ous Everett high school teams, prom- tracted many students. Those taking
inent throughout the west for years, I the course are in mobt cases of Scan-
as a nucleus, the Purple and Gold 'dinavian descent.

Guess this Bobby Tones, America's;
open amateur golf champion, is noj
false alarm. In a benefit match play-I
ed recently at Mamaroneck,, N. Y., the
youthful Georgian took Walter Flagenj
and Gene Sarazen into camp handily.
He holed out a blind sixty-foot ap-
proach shot for an eagle two and
played superb golf throughout.
At a recent round table meeting of I
boxing experts, the question of who
is America's best bantam came up for'
settlement. After considerable "pro-
ing" and "coning" it was decided that;
Carl Tremaine of Cleveland and Pan-
i cho Villa of Manila, P. I., divided hon-
ors equally. As one expert sd, thoise
boys compare most favorably with
McGovern, Dixon, Barry, Williams,'
Coulon and other bantam kings of
the days of yore.
Airplane golf, yep, that's the lat-
est. Half the members of each com-
peting team are on the ground and
half in planes. The balls are dropped
near the Bfoles on the course and the
respective partner's "hole" them out.
Skill in the game is in the art of 1
dropping the ball from the plane, in
the pilot guiding the ship and in the

winning ballc luc ano nie that partuc-
ipates in the World's series even if you
do come out on the losers' end. John
McGraw, accompaniod by Mrs. Mc-
Graw., together with Mn. and Mrs.
Hughie Jennings will sail for a tour
of Europe about the middle of Novein-
ber on the good ship George Wash-
During the recent Wladek Zbyszko-
Martin Plestha fare in New York a
pection of the grandstand collapsed,
sending one man to the hospital and
brought iedical attention to' about a
dozen others. 'Our peisonal opinion is
that the fan who falls for the "rassh-
ing" game SHOI D fall with the
Packey McFarland, the "pride of the
stockyards" and one-time light-weight
wizard, is coming back, but trot to tle
prize ring. It's baseball this time,
and Pack&y may blossom out as a
magnate. Togther with Bifl Carrigan
and Marty, McHale lie is trying' to ne-
gotiate the purchase of the Boston
Braves. Good investment with his
prize ring earnings coupled with his
marriage to an heiress made the sun
shine on both sides of the street for




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gu b ,baiiey at Le pivot position,
GCettge at quarter, Nenry and Reick-
man on the halves, and Neale at full-1
Of these perhaps the most outstand-1
Iig player on the team is Goettge.
He is a triple threat man on offense,
and his runs are ;W danger to any op-
position. He runs from punt forma-
tion for substantial gains consistently !
and Is also a good blocker and a hard'
ta'kler. Goettge has been playing

country meet. If any man is unable
to appear for the daily practice ses-
sions, which are being held under the
supervision of Coach Sullivan, Intra-'
mural trainer, he may train himself
if he informs the Intramural depart-I
ment of his intention of doing so. He
will be given a test a week before theI
regular meet by the Intramural offici-
als in order to ascertain his physical
condition. If he passes the test, he
will be allowed to compete Nov. 19.

nois lies in the prowess of Red
j Grange, Indian halfback, who has
been letting nothing stop him this
year. The All-Americans have sev-
emu latekGrange's manners, and by
Saturday the varsity should be able
to cope with anything lie may offer.
Plenty of scrimmage is the work
for the next few days, with skull I
work and formation drills occupying
much of the time.


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