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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 192

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1924

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VARSITY ENGAGES MIAMI TODAY
IN flPFNINA fCONITEITflF QFAONI

Michigan Coaches
To Scout Today;
Little Remains

All Ten Teams Of Conference
Will Meet Opponents Today

(Continued from Page One)
as Michigan's fastest lineman, will
start his first game at Michigan in
the left tackle postion.
Grube and Marion, Michigan's best
bets for the end positions at the pres-
ent time, will hold down the wings.
Upon their showing today will de-j
pend to a large extent whether they
will be given the opportunity to start
the game with M. A. C. next week
end.
Miami Team Light
Miami's team, playing Michigan for
the first time in its history will make
a grand attempt at establishing itself
in the memory of Michigan fans and
at the same time atredeeming itself
after its narrow escape from defeat
in a game with Georgetown college
last week-end. The Ohio team will
be light, averaging less than 1701
pounds per man, and its only hope in
holding the Varsity will lie in open
work.
Captain Allen, playing at quarter
will be the most dangerous man on the
team for the Wolverines. He is a headyI
pilot and one of the fastest backs in'
the Ohio conference. During the
spring of the year he takes to the
cinders and runs at the halfback posi-
tions and Ford, a hard line plungerj
and tricky open field runner will
start at full back.
Joseph, one of the biggest men on,
the Miami squad, will hold down right
end for the visitors and promises to
give Michigan's wingmen plenty to
worry aboute. If the invaders once getC
an opportunity to open up with passes
he willibe a good man for the Wol-j
verines to keep tab on. He is rangy
and is a valuable on the receiving end
of a pass. Koop will handle the other
end for Miami. Thomas and Monnette
will play the tackles, Frederickson
and Brickley the guards, and Struks
the pivot position. Brickley will be
another man on the line who will
provide plenty of opposition for his
opponents.
As soon as the game is practically
decided a large number of second
string men will be run into the lineup.'
Lovette will replace Marion, while
Madsen and Flora will each take a
turn at Grube's position. Kunow and;
Samson will both be given a chance
at the tackles, Steele, White, Dewey,
and MacIntyre, at the guards, and
Slaugl ter will probably replace
Brown at center. Parker, Gregory and
Ilerrnstein will tike turns at the
halfbacks jobs after Steger and Stain-
man go to the showers, Domhoff is
to be given a chance to guide the
team for a nart of the game, and both
Frl.emnka and Heath will play fullback
before the contest is over.
The game will start at 3 o'clock, I
Ann Arbor time.

When the Wolverines come out onto A11 ten members of the Conference year Dawson says he will put a light-
Ferry field this afternoon prepared to will swing into action this afternoon er faster eleven on the field. The
battle the Miami eleven, Coach Little with one gLame between Big Ten Nebraska gridders feel that the fam-
will be the only member of the coach- tenais on the schedule and eight ous "Red" Gran'e will not be as ef-
ing staff sitting on the sidelines. The games to be played between the mem- fective against them as in last sea-
I rest of the coaches will be at differ- ber elevens and outside competition. son's clash, which was the All-Ameri-
ent parts of the country watching the 01 o State will open its 1924 sche- can star's debut as a super-perform-
work of Michigan's opponents for this dule when the Purdue eleven invades er.
season. the Buckeye stadium. The Boilerma- He broke into the public eye for
Coach Fielding TI. Yost will be wit- kers are fortified with a 21-7 victory the first time in the 1923 Nebraska
Conference nessing the battle between the Corn- over Wabash last Saturday and will clash, in which he ran wild, scoring
Ohio State vs. Purdue at Columbus, huskers and the Illini at Lincoln, Neb., hook up with the Wilcemen with far three touchdowns and gained a total
to get a line on Zuppke's warriors, more confidence than would be theirs of 208 yards. His style is an old
Middle West who will meet the Wolverines in two if today's clash were the first of their story to Dawson's men this year, and
Chicago vs. Missouri at <Chicago. weeks. schedule. they are of the opinion that he will
Illinois vs. Nebraska at Lincoln. Coaches Mather and hayes will be at Purdue Improved This Year not be able to repeat his startling
Wisconsin vs. Ames at Madison. Madison watching the Badgers tackle The Purdue aggregation is certain- work of last season against them.
Michigan vs. Miami at Ann Arbor. Ames, while Tad Wieman will witness ly a much better outfit than repre- Kipke's Team Meets Chicago
Minnesota vs. North Dakota at the Ohio State-Purdue game at Colum- sented the Gold and Black last year. The University of Missouri will
Minneapolis. bus. Jack Blott, who has been re--Against Wa ash a fast running at-' ethicUnovarSt ggfisso ach
Iowa vs. Durant at Iowa City. cently added to the coaching staffI tack directed at the ends proved ex- Henry's eleven from Missouri is coi-
Indiana vs. Depauw at Blooming- will be scouting the M. A. C. game. ceedingly effective. The work of
________n____posed almost entirely of veterans,
ton. I larameson -and Monroe, backfield. psdams nieyo eeas
Northete v Soaaespeal oraiead while Coach Stagg has built up an'
Evanstoresern vs. outh Dakota at Varsity 1 etne men,"'" s especially enoraging, and entirely new machine. Harry Kipke
the Buckeyes will be forced to keep being assistant coach of the Missouri
BNotre Dani vs. Lombard at South To Meet Faculty close tab on both these men. In fact' squad, the game will be watched
Bend.- it is certain that V/lice's eleven will .gm ilb ace
Mich A i is ertm tht Wlce elven illwith interest by Michigan fans.
Mich. Aggies vs. Olivet at East face a tough prospect when they take
Lansing. j Michigan's varsity tennis team will the field today and their chances for Iowa State college will challenge
Butler vs. Franklin at Indianapolis. play its first match this fall, when success are not at all a certainty. Wisconsin's team at Madison. In de-
Cincinnati vs. Georgetown at Cin- four members of the faculty invade Forced to draw from the sopho- feating North Dakota 25-0 in a steady
'rinnati. the courts at Ferry field at 10 o'clockj more s for most of his material downpour of rain last week, the
Marquette vs. St. Mary's at Milwau- this morning. hWilce has an eleven which at pres- Badgers showed power, and will prob-
kee. This is the first of a series of icnt is as unknown quantity. The ably win from the invaders without
Detroit vs. Ohio Wesleyan at De- matches which are to be scheduled graduation of Hoge Workman, star too much trouble. Captain Harris,
trot. this fall. As yet no matches with qias rterbacli, is sure to have an effect who showed to exceptional advantage
Des Moines vs. Parsons at Des outside schools have been arri-agedl. on the team. K1e'e and Cameron have in the opening contest, is expected
Moines. Plenty of stiff competitIon is ex- been changing off at the pilot os to give the Iowa delegation some-
pected from the faculty quartet, con- Iton, but neither can hope to come up thing to worry over.
East l1eaIiners sisting of Drs. Lee, llutchins, AngelI, to the per fornance of their brilliant Although the team representing
Army vs. St. Louis at West Point. and Brown. The varsity line up will predecessor. Rose Poly is not a high-class eleven,
Navy vs. William, and Mary at An- ;probably be Crane, Vosc, Slowvinsky, Perhaps the most outstanding bat-I the showing of Indiana last Saturday
napolis. and Griener. dle of the day will be the Illinois- in beating the Scientist by a 65-0
Yale vs. North Carolina at New Ha- Nebraska game at Lincoln, Neb. The ( count should make them the favor-
ven. Illini, with practicaily the same team ites over DePauw today. The Hoosiers
Harvard vs. Virginia at Cambridge. as vill take the field today, defeated lost to their rivals 3-0 last year, but
Princeton vs. Amherst at Prince- the Cornhuskers 24-7 last year. There appear to be powerful enough to wipe
toi. All matches in the all-campus tennis will be two factors which may tend out the sting of that d()feat with
Cornell vs. Niagar -at Ithaca. tournament are posted on the bulletin to bring flie two elevens closer to little trouble.
Colgate vs. Alfred at Hamilton, beard in Watermnan gymnasium. Those even terims in this afternoon's game. i The other two Conference teams to
Pennsylvania vs. F. & M. at Phila- who do not know their opponents may The first of these is the fact that swing into action are Minnes-ota and
delphia. find out by calling at the Intramural !ihe Nebraska eleven will undoubted- North-western, who will play North
Syracuse vs. Mercer at Syracuse. office. 'The results of all nmathes1 li be able to play much better foot- Dakota and South Dakota respec-
Columbia vs. St. Lawerence at must be reported by Monday after- Ba on their own field than they did tively.
New York. I noon, Oct. 6.aFr aa. The second is the new
Pittsburgh vs. Lafayette at Pitts- system employed by Cach Dawson i "Red" Grange, Illinois' All-American
burgh. Dartmouth vs. McGill at Hanover. dfthe Cornhuskers. Last season halfback, gained an average of five
Penn State vs. N. Carolina at State W. & J. vs. Bethany at Wheeling- Iis team consisted of giants in stat- I yards for every minute he was in the
College. ton. re, but rather slow m~erinafootThisiimn)lst-

Former Chicago
Star To Assist
Gopher Mentors
Campbell Dickson, a three sport
man at the University of Chicago, and
captain of last season's basketball
team, has signed to assist in coaching
the football, basketball and track
teams of the University of Minnesota.
While an undergraduate at the Uni-
versity of Chicago, Dickson won six
"C's", three in basketball, two in foot-
ball, and one in track. His specialty
on the track field was the high jump,
in which he has jumped six feet, three
inches.
Dickson has already taken up his
duties on the football field. He is tak-
ing up work in the law school at!
Minneapolis, when not engaged on the
athletic field.
BASKETBALL PRACTICE I
POSTPONEDI
Varsity basketball practice,
scheduled to begin Monday night
in Waterman gymnasium, will
be postponed for one week, due
to the painting of - the floor.
P'ruetice will start one week
from Monday.
EDWIN J. MATHER {
Coach. C

GIA9NTS, GRIFFSgS9H UP
Light Workouts Leave Wants and
Senators Ready for
Initial (lash
JOHNSON TO HURL
(Special to The Daily)
Washington, D. C., Oct. 3.-Both
the Giants and the Senators wound
up their arrangements for the
World's Series yesterday when they
went through light workouts, and tih
two teams are n readiness for the
opening contest of the big event
which will start at 2 o'clock this
afternoon.-
Neither of the rival managers has
announced his battery for the open-
er, but it is practically a certainty
that Walter Johnson will be given
the honor of hurling the first game
for his team with "Muddy" Ruel be-
hind the bat. Hugh McQuillan, Mc-
Graw's prize right-hander will prob-
ably be on the mound for the Giants.
If any switch in present prospects
is made, Art Nehf will be the choice
for the Gotham club. Gowdy will
complete the battery.
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Big Ten Cross
Country Teams
To Clash Here
For the first time in the history of
Michigan athletics, the annual Confer-
once cross country meet will be held
in Ann Arbor. The event will take I
place the morning before the Iowa
football game, November 22.
There will be more than 80 entries
in the race, which will be held over a
new five mile course yet to be picked
by officials in charge. The start and
finish lines will be on Ferry Field.
The time for the starting gun has
been set at 11 o'clock so that football
fans arriving for the Iowa game will
be able to witness the meet as well.
Dazzy Vance put a fitting climax:
to one of the most successful years
any pitcher ever had when he hurled
Brooklyn to a 5-1 win in the closin I
game at Ebbets field. Twenty-eight
victories, 262 strike outs, and an ex-
ceedingly low earned run average will
continue to be considered a creditable;
feat for a long time to come. I
American league teams have been
victorious in out of 20 World's
:series since th it inauguration in 1903.

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