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THZ1RSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 I5, 1923

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RO L RE CL SNL UG, ARUSEI, HOPES R REVENGE
FOR LAST YEAR'S TIOUNCIAG ibYPRINCE TON vA
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Loss, of Uteritz May Necessitate
Plan of Attack Against
Wisconsin,

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SQUAD OF THIRTY ONE MEN
LEAVE TONIGHT FOR BATTLE
With only one day of practice left
before the departure for Madison, the
Varsity squad worked on signals yes-
terday in a drill which occupied the
entire afternoon.
Rockwell and Grube alternated at
quarter during the 'prolonged work-
out, and it is probable that one of
these two men will run the team when
the Wolverines stack up against the
Wisconsin eleven Saturday. Either
athlete should make a good showing
at the pilot position, as both are brainy
players and are capable of carrying
the ball for consistent gains.
Rockwell Probable Choice
At present Rockwell appears to be
the logical man for the position, but
no definite decision will be made by
the coaches until tonight. The Ann.
Arbor boy is a 'shifty runner, and is
especially effective in, a broken field.
He 'can also punt ,and drop-kicka ac-
ceptably. As to generalshi'p, he is an
unknown quantity, as he has not yet
been thoroughly teste'at quarterback
under fire. In bigh school, "Tod" was
considered one of the best strategists
in Western intesholastic circles, but
college football demands far more
skill in this lhine "than is essential in
prep schools. Grube is also excep-
tionally fast, and he has proved con-
clusively his ap'titude for hitting the
line. ,
New plays have been emphasized in
this week's prctice sessions, and if
the occasion deinnds it, the Badgers
will be confronited 'with a novel assort-
ment of formatIons. The loss of Uter-
itz may mean, ttat the Maize and
Blue will be forced to change their
entire system of play. Against Minne-
sota and Illino'is, Wisonsin vindi-
cated her reptaion of ha.ving. the
best defensive te4x iin 'the Middle-west.
Ryan's men were able to hold their
opponents well in hand, but lacked the
punch to force dthe ball over the goal
line. "Red" dfin, Illinois' highly-
touted halfback, scored the only touch-
down that was chalked up against the
Badgers in the two games, but the
Suckers'.sorre-topped star did not ex-
actly run amnc'k. Minnesota found
her aerial attak unsuccessful, and
Coach Ryan has developed a defense
against end runs, 'which he figures will
break up Michigan's wide open attack.
The Wisconsin plan of attack will,
probably consist of a series of sweep-
ing end runs 4esagned to spread out
the Wolverine defense, followed by
cross-bucks, which the Badgers have
found to, be hihly successful. They
count on the absence of VanderVoort
from the Michgan lineup to improve
their chlances d lin~e plunges, as the
Badger line is efficient in the art of
opening holes for the backfield.
Tlie Varsity squad has been drilled
all week on methods of combatting the
Wisconsin- style of play. With such
men as Taft and Eagleberger in the
backfield, Coach ,Ryan should have a
formidable offensive combination. In
its games thus far this season, the
Wisconsin eleven has not been able to
get started. ' Taft, at fullback, has
played excellent football at all times,
and he alone has been responsible for
the majority of Badker gains against
opposing teams. -Iarris and Holmes
are also exceptionally good halfbacks.
However, Taft is the real threat on
the Wisconsin eleven.
Ba'dger Liieip Announced
The probable Badger lineup for
Saturday's game is as follows: ends,
Nelson and Irsh; tackles, Bentson
and Captain BeloW; guards, Nichols
and Bieberstehi; and center, Tecke-
meyer. In the backfield, Schneider
will run the team at quarter, Harris
and Holmes will probably start at
the halfback poitions, while Taft will-
be at his old place at full. Eagleberger
is sure to be seen in action before the
game ends, and there is a possibility
that he will str-t te contest at one
of the halfback stations. Bentson Is
playing tackle i3. plae of Gerber, who
was declared inelilile before the Illi-

nois encotnter.
Michigan's lineup will probably be
the sam2 as it Was against the Mar-
ines Saturday with a few exceptions.
Curran will be at his regular position
at right end, and, Slaughter may startc
in place of Hawkins. Then; of course,
a new face will be seen at Uteritz'
former position.
No more injuries of any importance
have come to the attention of the
Wolverine trainers, and the coaches;
expect to have every man in perfect.
shape for the game. Steele and Haw-

NOTICE TO FRESHMAN,
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
The last run against time be
fore the final race of the season
will be held next Friday after-
noon at 4:15. Every Freshman
who intends to try for his num-
erals in the final race should
participate in this trial. No
practice will be held Thursday
afternoon. Tickets to the i a-
jestic' theatre will be given to the
first six runner' to finish.
The Annual . Freshman cross
country race will be held Friday,
Nov. 23. A list of the awards will
be posted next week.

Few of the entries in the fraternity
handball tournampnt have played their Game Promises to Be Hard Fought as
first round matches and only today and Spauildi*' Points Team
tomorrow remain in which to play -f6r Jones' Clan
them off, the initial round closing at 5
o'clock, tomorrow afternoon. Failure i GOPhER WI OULD PLACE

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at 9:00 o'clock Saturday night, the
squad is due in Ann Arbor at 8:00
o'clock Sunday morning.
/G1 E 1 fIN STQ IT1~
New York, Nov. 14.-(By A. P.)-
Perhaps one of the most important'

k o play means elimination from the
tournament and with so many teams
having such an even ch'ance to win the
coveted cup this year,.a loss of points;
by failure to play in this contest may
mean a second or third place at the
end of the athletic year.
Following is the schedule for the
first round as announced last Tries-
day: Phi Gamma Delta vs. Peers,
Phi Sigma Delta vs. Kappa Nu, Zeta
Psi vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Tau I
Up5i0lon vs. Tau Delta PW, Phi Beta
Delta vs. Sigma Alpha Nu, Delta Alpha,
Epsilon vs. Phi Mu Alpha, Beta ThetaI
Pi vs. Phi Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma
Phi vs. Phi Upsilon Rho, Nu Sigma
Nu vs. Phi Chi, Alpha Rho Chi vs.
Delta Tau Delta.
Cygnus, Acacia, Alpha Sigma Phi,
Delta Upsilon, Sigma club, and Phi,
Sgma Kappa drew byes and Will meet
in the second round.
Manager Yea'key, handball slupervis-
or, has- annouucsed thte following deadl
lines for the (ifferent rounds: First
round, 5 o'clock, Friday, Nov. 16, see-
ond round, 5 o'clock, Wednesday, Nov.
21, third round, 5 o'clock, Monday,
Nov. 26, fourth round, 5 o'clock, Satur-
day, Dec. 1.
Sixteen men qualified for the final
run of the fraternity cross country
mceet yesterday afternoon over the
short course around the boulevard.
St me of the runners were unable to.
put in an appearance yesterday be-
<abe of classes and other obstacles.
They will attempt tot qualify today

Minneapolis,
Middle Wester
their attention
lawa, elinir_ t
ship race, and
leap at the p
fight thinigs o
be one of the
Iowa's only
hands of Illin
scored 9 ancd
the feared H6
the only other
clean slate, a
will mean thu
gan game the
termine wheth
is to go into
tpp honors.
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an eleve'n tha
the severest pe
tion. In the t
an equal chan
injury has sta
some gallant
otherwise bev
Gold on Hone
Oster, first stri
out of it, wit
blade.
Minnesota f
every position
Iowa by the m;
qualified to d
center, if he

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ollege grid games scheduled for this 11 n'rvaliup.InsiyeaisillImu
aturday in the East is that which 1922 struggle which Princeton
ill bring together the team wear~ng 4f the 'A ers.
he Orange of Syracuse and the
leven carrying the colors of Colgate (By Norman E. Brown)
t the Syracuse 'tadium. When 'the bruised and battered
The Meehan coached brigade with remnants of Yale's grid machine
Ictories over every :opponent thus trudged off the field in the twilight of
arr and. with its goal line nincrossed, a gloomy Saturday last fall, with the
a natural favorite over Colgate, Princeton hordes about them ravinf
hro has been decisively beaten by over the Tiger's 3 to 0 victory, the
orenell, defeated by the Navy and tied world held little for the Bulldog.
y Ohio State. However the Colgate Only the fighting spirit of the beat-
'ew are hound to fight from the open- en warriors kept them frozn seekling
g. Whistle to the 'nd of the contest, the gridiron jumping off place and
s win Saturday will more than off- leaping over.
et their previous record. It wasn't the defeat alone. But it
This game will mark the last ap- was another indication that Yale ap-
earance of Syracuse in the East this parently was doomed to trudge anoth-
eason, which fact makes this game er year in the rut in which it had fall-
1 the more important, as it may have en since 1916.
bearing on the final rating of the But Yale's prospects have changed
astern elevens. Cornell and Yale Y greatly since that November day To-
ill stand unbeaten, and will prob- Iay the New tHaten lads are training
k fnish the season without aOset-to wipe out the stain of that defeat-
______.__and the still worse one in 1920-and
are confident that the time has come
Sport Snap ShOtS to pay off old scores-with bigger
ones.
The Bulldog need not hang his head
Well, #ell, well ,M her-e'sthe 10tstin shame, as it is, because of his show-

loq of Yale, center,
won 3 to 0. Captain

and "16noops" Si.jvely of Piriiietn, an4d scene from 'tlee
Aldr ech of Yale is bring lag dorm Quarierbiachi T'Murie

Novel Stunt To Awaken Team
Tri~ed By Purdue -Exponent

Nov. 14.-This week
n fans will again center
In Northrop field where
t'e from the champion-
d Minnesota, which can
pennant if it wins, will
)nt in what promises to
season's hardest games.
defeats have come at the
nois and Michigan, who
10 respectively against
A.wkeyes. Minnesota is
r Big Ten Team with a
nd a victory over Iowa
at the Minnesota-Michi-
following week will de-
er Gopher or Wolverine
a stie with the Illini for
ill throw against Iowa
at has been chosen by
olicy of test and elimina-
ests, every man has had
ce. In the eliminations,
acked the cards against
players who might
wearing-the Maroon and
necoming day. Freddie
,n1g fullback, is definitely,
th his injured shoulder
ans feel confident that
will be filled against
ian available who is best
d the job. Cooper at
is in shape, Gay and
guards, Cox and Gross
d Eklund and Merrill at
eryone's confidence. In
Captain Martineau, Carl
Malcolm. Graham seem
t. Loss of Oster leaves
minute the decision on a
backfield, with Peterson
scher apparently recetv-
ideration.
style of play is expected
ally altered, when the
Saturday. So many pass
d end attacks were re-
st Northwestern that
Spaulding has thrown
ld stuff into the discard
ping some special plays
:eyes, knowing that they
e same during the two
that has been in effect.
Nov. 14.-President Ob-
ne to Celaya, Guanajuto,
illy recovered.

I -------- - and it is expected that a like number Abramson at
When the Exponent, student publica- offlcials have considered the publica- 1will pass the test. at tackles, and
tion at the University of Purdue, ap- tion of the blank column not fromsends have ev
the 'ourna'listic viewpoint but rather, Seven speed mU games remain on the backfield,1
peared Sunday morning with several ' att'mpt to startle results from' the schedule for this week. The cham-. Lidberg, and
inches of valuable space ordinarily s mne"channel which may bring about picnship matches will take place on certain to star
containing, the accit tof Purdues- succeeding nights next week before until the last n
football wi'nes sta'' ' ' 'vacant, the 1diii *. the Minnesota game. fourth in the l
paper andits .olicy itars at .once l ollowing is the schedule for today sand Herman A
paperan ,p~mc~~ cr T he ~paper States that for 'years pas
became thtarget o inerou tcriti- The ' had past and totnoriow: 3:15 'o'clock, fresh ing most cons
cisms and queries 'o through- alumni oftheschool and students 1 Zits vs. junior engineers, team 2 vs, Minnesota's
out the middlenwest " have been protesting against continual1 team 4, team 7 vs. team 8; 4:30 o'- [to be radica
The pa r apiared as usual Sunday salibis for Purdue's playing. "We don't clock, sci0ool of education vs. medics, whistle blows
mornin. 'A whole colnmn on the want any more alibis, hence we pub- junior lits vs. soph lits, fresh engin- ,formations an
front page and severa inches of lished none,"'the explanation reads. Ici's vs. senior lits; 4:3' o'clock, to-I vealod agaiin
space.on the editoria ae 'were va- "We want victories hence we avoided 1 morrow, Phi Sigia Delta vs. Zeta Psi. Head Coach
cant, and the editin .contained no the: disheartening account of what Complete standing of the speedballI much of the o
mention of Purdue's decisive :trounc- happened. The upset of Saturday is leagues, 'chose that are figuring in the and is'develol
ing in the hone stadium by Ohio liable to have more serious conse- championship fights will be carried in for the Hawk
State on the day previous. quences than are at first realized, this column Sunday. have done the
Darton G. Gebhart, editor-in-chief of : Definite, startling action of some sort ---weeks layoff:"
the paper; refused to give out a state- was immediately necessary. Silence ;Constantinople, Nov. 13.-Mustapha
Ment relative tohthe brech- 'f journal- brought the rumble. At 'any rate si- Kemal Pasha, president of Turkey, has Megico City,
istic ethics, but published a lengthy lence of the Exponent has stirred sev- recovered from heart trouble and now regon has 'gon
editorial Tuesday morning in which eral outside writers to uphold time part is able to attend to businefs. to remain 'til':
he sought to defend the unusual occur- the Purdue team played, which is
ance two days' previous. He main more than some of them have done - k
tained justification for the act in that for some time, too.
the Purdue team had play.ed very "The, -failure of. the team to 'come i .tg-- ' Wr.

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bit of sport gossip from La Belle,
France. Epinarda the equine hero of
the French turf, is said to be given,
a big drink of cool beer before heE
goes to the post in each race. D'es he
stagger home, or what, after this liba-
tion?
And now they are acclaiming "Red"
Grange, sophomore and member of
the Illinois varsity team, as "the
greatest sensation of recent years in
football in the middle west." He was
the big noise in the Illinois-Chicago
game and played the Maroons as ifi
they were so many puppets.

ing in his battles with the Tiger. Since
they first met in 1873 the Bull'dog has
emerged& from the jungles licking his
chops gleefully on 24 occasions-up to
this year. Only 13 times has the Tiger
left him to drag himself home on h s
front legs. Nine times the two have
been found deadlocked when the whis-
tle blew.
But since 1916 Princeton and others
have picked on the Bulldog. And i-ow
he sees a turn in his fortunes. f

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poorly Saturday. He admitted . that across'," the paper continues, remains
such practice as leaving several inches as the conviction of the Exponent as
of space go unoccupied was "poor' the cause of the defeat. No alibis were
stuff" but believes that the paper will offered. Nor did the students in this
live down the "black eye" thus in- instance fail. The technicalities of
flicted. why -the team failed are up to the
The editorial brings out that the (Continued on Page Eight)

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Giant Teaanm
McCraw's Plan

It seems as though there would
come an end to these match races de- Not
tween turf stars which have been the . New York, Nov. 14.--W;i the trad-
reigning rage this season, but it is ing of Dave Bancroft, Casey Stengel
not so. There is now talk of a special and. Bill (Cunningham to Boston and
race between Wise Counsellor, John S. with the acquisition of Billy South-
Wards $66,000 bit of horseilesh, and worth, star outfielder, and Joe Oesch-
Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr.'s Sarazen, ger, baseball fandom is watching with
still the unbeaten two-year-old of 1923 unusual interest McGraw's moves in
* * I reconstructing his championship team.
That Army-Navy tilt to be staged at This is the fourth time that the little
Franklin Field, Philly, on Saturday, Napoleon, in his 21 years as Giant
December 1, is certain to be a stout manager, has overhauled his team in
'one. At this stage of the game this manner, and since his previous
Smythe should star for the cadets, efforts were rewards with National
while Barchette should do some 'Ileague pennants, it will be interest-
ground and lofty tumbling for the ing to watch the outcome of his latest
middies. Comparing the two teaums, move.
man for man, the balance is not at all j Bancroft is signd as manager of the
uneven, with the Navy perhaps a wee Boston Club, as Fred Mitchell resigned
bit more sprightly. not long ago, Lee Fohli becomes man-
ager of the Red Sox, as Frank Chance
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