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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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entrain tonight for their first and camp, due to the announcement that!
what promises to be their most im. Capt. Rokusek and Kassel, regular
portant football clash of the 1924 ends, would be back at their regular
Conference season. The squad will positions when the Orange and Blue
meet at 9 o'clock at the Field house team lined up against Michigan, Sat-
where they will take busses to Milan urday, was put to flight today, when
to catch the Wabash for Urbana. the first actual workout showed the
Yesterday's session was just a two endmen to be badly slowed up by
repetition of what has been happen- their injuries.
ing all this week. The hacks took They will not be the same pair that
turns at shooting passes, Rockwell went against Nebraska and Butler.
spent the afternoon punting, and the The Illini fans received another blow,
line took a terrific pounding at tho when the coaches announced that
hands of Coaches Tad Weinuzn and they had decided to keep Bernie
Emery. The forward wall lined up Shively, the big sophomore guard, out
time and time again while the two of Saturday's fracas on account of
coaches, both great linemen in their his injuries suffered in the Butler
own undergraduate days, Weiman at game. If Shively were allowed to
Michigan and Emery at Princeton, at- play, Zuppke feels that he would be
tempted to break through, running the chance of losing him
Reports of injuries in the Illinois permanently. Slimmer, last year's
camp are not being given any con- sub-guard will play the position.
sideration by the Michigan coaches. Chuck Brown was still an absentee
The Wolevrine line will be ready for and with the practice week nearly.
Illinois' best and if the best are not over, it is generally assumed that
in the lineup, so much the better for Wilson will be called upon to hold
Michigan. down the tackle berth. The young-
"Grange, Grange, Grange-" and so ster has a lot to learn if he intends
on, is the way in which Michigan's to play his position in a manner cred-
coaches have been talking to the Var- itable to his predecessor. In yester-
sity during the past few (ays. Every day's practice, the freshman squad
meeting of the squad on the field and using Michigan tactics made a suffi-
in the evening sessions has become I cient number of gains against the
a sinal edition of pep meeting. Con- Varsity to cause some discernment
fidence has been instilled in every in Zuppke's stronghold. News roiom
man who will get into the Illinois Ann Arbor, to the effect that the
game but thoughts of the Illinois i Yostmen were building up a strong
hacks --Britton and Grange-have passing offensive, has caused the
help;ed to offset any tendency toward coaching staff no end of worry, and
over-confidence. the Illini backfield have been kept
Michigan's squad will be ,n as near- working overtime, breaking up fresh-
ly perfect shape as possible for the men passes off possible Michiganf
game with the squad that has not met formations.-
defeat since 1922, From the appear- Fake plays will probably play anf
ance of the men in practice it is like- important part in the ofensive work
ly that the same squad which started of the Illinoians' attempt to lower thej
the M. A. C. game with two or three standard of the team which last year
exceptions will take the field against shared the Championship honors with
the Zuppke team. Iawkins and Bab- them. Many Illinois are due to cen-
cock will take their old places at ter about Grange, who Zuppke has
tackle and guard while it is still a this year converted into a hurler as
question who will be Herb Steger's !well as a receiver of passes.
running mate. If Britton's toe is still as accurate
One advantage which Michigan's as last year, the Maize and Blue will

Fencing Tryounts, coached by Dr. C.
--__ A. May, of the phy. eal ducation de-
Th s d e pamrt n mii, were given their first work-
;..'lhi tl adalid(ekOt £ iie. 1t eason yesterday aftern'ioon
$ jOf 119121 Biv: Tell Tille 1yn 1
li~ P1 1 g I& i I leat Waterman gymnasium. A smnaller
let i erowd than was expected turned out,
only 20 men appearing, but this was
W1ITE, BAKER STAR Ilargely due to the fact that there was
some misunderstanding as to whena
Special to The Daily the uractice began.
l+il The pireluninar foot movements
Evanston, Ill., Oct. 15.-Saturdays were str s< ! y Ir y in th fi
decisive victory over Cincinnati left session. Another meeting will take
;Coach Thistlethwaite's squad in good place at 4 o'clock' next Wednesday af-
' ! shape with the exception of ,'Wllitey,, ternon.
White, star halfback, who was slight- - - xi ILNiS
ly injured. .Bowman Recovers I
White has been sharing honors II,
with Ralph Baker, who plays the Fr o m Injurtes
other half position, and these two r
men played a most important part ins,. C
the Purple triumph over the Bear- snN ., 0 y s- ('hestr
-. -Th smepa'is ' i>dvmtostar Syracuse university
Judge Kefesaw B Landis fats. The same pair ih expected to tah iuk and member of the Olym-
Rumors were ramnant in the base- ear the brunt of t.I iattack in the , squad, was dismissed from
ball world yesterday to the effect that Iurdue game next Saturday, as While h i al( l here today, following in-
the Giant baseball scandal inquiries will be back inuiform tomorrow.iue jries rceive in the gae with Wil-
were to be renewed by Judge Landis th Tsqudathae chti t hams and Mary last Saturday.
and Ban Johnson, president of the Am- drill trhcice Bowman was hurt early in the con-
erican league. Both of the baseball 'Boilermakers in today's practice. test, receiving a wrenched back. At
officials have returned to their offices With his assistants, he illustrated nthe first the injury was thought seriousj
in Chicago where developments are plays that are likely to bb brought hut present indications point to the
bein awated.in to use by the opposition.
being awaited.sds ilt wi he star runner taking his regular place
----EIIa TTuIchLLaN ~~-- a lnwib - next week.
the first Conference ganme in the Pur-
ple schedule, the coaches and players B >XI' ILIOIS_--
L IA WINS M Y Tfl are extremely anxious to come
through with a win. The sentiment
here is that Northwestern has an
LF ij riiYi1 eleven of high enough caliber to start
the climb back into th'e Confreence
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RYAmlN VJORKS TEAM
IFOR GOPHEIR GAMEl
Badgers Look Poor Against Coe
While linnesota Trims
Haskell
FACE MICHIGAN NEXT
Madison, Wis., Oct. 15.-Football
stock at the University of Wisconsin
fell several points Saturday when
eleven men from Coe College. in Iowa
invaded Madison and played the
I much touted Badger team off its feet
for three quarters of a game that end-
ed a 7-7 tie. The game Saturday was
1 the last of the three practice games
that Wisconsin was to play.
With Minnesota to face Saturday
and Michigan to be played in Ann
Arbor the next week, Coach Jackj
Ryan faces the task of whipping into
shape a far more formidable team I
than lie was aile to place upon the
fiald against Coe.
That the Badger team is being
driven to the breaking point by the
coaches during the present week.
Minnesota defeated the Haskell In-
dians Saturday, ahd thus showed the
Wisconsin fans that they have more
than enough power to cop this week's
game unless a team that plays fight-

SportSnaps
Mr. John J. McGraw, erstwhile
manger of the New York Giants and
the man who ranked second as base-
ball's master mind since t.he world's
series, may be expected to use tho
long and wicked knife on his Giant
team before next season rolls aroud.
First place, McGraw realizes that
several of his vets are slipping and
cannot help him materially in build-
ing up a team to seek revenge.
Second 'place, McGraw is well
aware that a shakeup is needed to
give the New York fans new hope
after the jolt they and the Giants re-
ceived at the hands of the Washing-
ton club.
Among those who may change their
addresses before next spring may be
listed:
Heinie Groh.
Hugh McQuillan.
Rosy Ryan.
Groh is about done. Te h .s
reached the age where minor injuries
demand too much nursing. I [a is
more susceptible to injury. And he
is slowing up.
McQuillan has also served -Ia best
years.
Ryan has proved a disappointment
all season.
-~--BEAT ILLINOIS
ing football instead of the listless
brand of Saturday is on the field for
the Badgers.

FRESHMEN!

nmengnt, ana everyetrwibex
Fred Glover w ent into the finals of I erted t make a ygood showiJi n the
tyhe University golf championship eted to make a good shoing in the

tournament when he defeated Arthur
Rich, 5 and 3, oier 36 holes at the
Ann Arbor golf club 'Monday after-
noon.
Inability to hole short putts pre-
vented Rich from giving Glover a
keener battle. Glover, played a very
steady game, playing the irons and
short shots well.
Glover, though he did not turn in
the lowest score in the qualifying
rounds, shows every indication of de-
veloping into Varsity material. His
coolness in tourney play is a great
asset to his game.
Glover will play the winner of the
Hastings-Newman match in the finals
in a 36 hole match over the home
course this week end.
BEAT ILLINOI S

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pionship hopes will not be at stake
however, and they will ride at the
top of the Big Ten for another week
at least.
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Dublin, Oct. 15.-Two clerks in the
American consulate were charged
with conspiracy to obtain eight
pounds from a man.

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BUCKEYES GET EASIER
GAME AFTER IOWA TILTI
Special to The Daily
Columbus, 0., Oct. 15.-After ex-
! hausting themselves in the furious
battle with the weighty Iowa eleven
which ended in a scoreless tie last
Saturday, the Ohio State gridders will
have a comparatively easy week-end
with Ohio Wesleyan carded for a tilt!
in the stadium here.
It was the plucky Wesleyan crew
however, which defeated Detrot 3-0
two weeks ago and the Buckeyes will
have no small task on their hands to
conquer their Methodist foe, which is
being primed for Ohio State, the team
it wants to beat more than any other.
During the game the Bucks' chain-

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