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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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lAD OF 34 PLAYERS DEPART
FO SCN OF CRCAL AE

Squash Added As
Intramural Sport

ILNOIS RILLED Big League Trade Rumors Fly
s9AMNiAs Managers Plan For future

quad Reported In Fine Shape; Mush
Crawford Only 1ini
Not to Play
LINEUP ANNOUNCED
At nine o'clock last night, 34 mem-
ers of the Michigan football squad,j
'e coaches, three trainers and two
anagers left for Urbana for th'e big-'
est game on the Wolverine 1924
chedule, the clash with the Illinois
even tomorrow afternoon.
The players to make the trip are
aptain Steger, Babcock, Brown,
aker, Coventry, Davis, Dewey, Dom-
off, Edwards, Flora, Friedman,
roemke, Gregory, Grube, Hall, Ilaw-
ns, Heath, Herrnstein, Kunow,
angguth, Lovette, Madsen, Marion,
cIntyre, Miller, Palmer, Parker,
ockwell, Samson, Slaughter, Stain-
an, Steele, Ullman, and White.
oaches Yost, Little, Wieman, Hayes,
id Blott will be in charge while
rainer Hoyt and Assistants Fallon
ad Staads will'look after the ph'ysi-
I condition of the squad. Manager
heridge and assistant Manager Har-
ngton complete the party.f
The Wolevrine contingent went to
ilan by automobile, where theyl
ent aboard their pullmans, which
ere sidetracked there. They will ar-
ve at the Wabash station at Ur-
na at 9 o'clock this morning. They
ill be taken direct to the Urbana*
)lf and Country club, where they
11i be quartered.
The squad will probably run :
rough a light workout at the Illini l
dld this afternoon, then remain at
e Club until shortly after lunch
morrow noon when they will go to
e stadium. Immediately after the1
me, they will leave for the Illinoisl
ntral station at Champaign where1
ey will board the train at 6:251
lock arriving in Ann Arbor at 81
lock, city time Sunday morning. 4
Work for the game did not end un-i
iinfn d natar las t zht T1hn

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KEARNS DENIES DEMPSEY
I MATCH WITH EUROPEAN
New York, Oct. 16. -- Jack
Kearns today denied all knowl-
edge of any proposal to match
Jack Dempsey with Paolino,
European heavyweight, at Biar-
ritz next August. He said thati
neitier he nor (Dempsey (had
received an offer from Alfred
Teulant, the promoter, and add-
ed that Beulant was a total
stranger to him. -
"Further than that," Kearns
declared, "I never heard of
Paolino before and don't expect
to again I think the whole
thing is a big laugh."
R11N DRIV UWISCONSIN
FOR MINNESO.TA SAME
Special to The Daily.
Madison, Wis., Oct. 16.-There was
no abatement- in Wisconsin's practice:
schedule today, in spite of a steady
drizzle which made playing extreme-
ly uncomfortable. Coach Ryan follow-l
ed out his program of drilling his
men on Gopher plays that are likely
to come up in Saturday's game.
Many of the men were stiff and not
a little bruised from yesterday's hard'
scrimmage with the freshmen, but the
Wisconsin mentor drove them heart-
lessly. Capt. Harris was the only regu-;
lar who did not take part in the fracas.
Ryan did not seem satisfied with his
backfield and numerous shifting of
players from one position to another
was noticeable. Undoubtedly the Bad-I
ger eleven that lines up against Min-;
nesota will be composed of a different
personnel than the team that was only
able to tie Coe college.
The backfield that will probably
start Saturday's contest will be cor-

Squash', a game that has been very
popular in th East, may be added to
the sport calendar of the Intramural
department, according to an an-
nouncement made by the Intramural
officials yesterday.
The game has never been played
at Michigan before, due to the fact
that facilities for playing the game
were not available. During the past
summer a squash court Wvas built in
Waterman gymnasium.
Later in the season a squash tour-
nament is planned, if there are
enough students interested in playing.
Students who are interested in squash
can make arrangements for using the
court by calling at the intramural of-
fice in Waterman gymnasium.
S --- BEAT ILLINOIS ---_
HASTINGS Q UALIF FOR
1FINALS IN GOLF TOURNEY

Robert Hastings, '25M, earned the
right to play Fred Glover for the Uni-
versity individual golf championship
trophy, by defeating Newman over
the Ann Arbor golf course in an 18
hole match yesterday, winning 3 up
and 1.
Hastings is one of the three vet-
erans returning to the Varsity squad.
His work this fall on the links gives
every indication that he will hold
down a regular berth on the team.
In the qualifying rounds he turned
in the low score of 32 for nine holes
over the home course.
Hastings and Glover will battle in
the finals for the trophy donated by
the athletic association recently,
either Saturday or Monday. The date
1 has not been definitely set, depend-
ing on the two finalists to arrange
an afternoon not conflicting with
their schedules on the campus.
BEAT ILLINOIS
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IN Y USI'S PLAYS' Ne Yok Cty
New York City, Oct. 16.-Stories
out of St. Louis to the effect that Ur-
Coach Zuppke Demonstrates Michigan ban Shocker, star spitball pitcher of
Play That Were Used the Browns, would be traded to the
Years Back Yankees foie Waite Hoyt were denied"
TLin toto yesterday by Edward G. Bar-
I TACKLE DEFINITELY OUTrow, business manager of the local1
club. .
Sp'ecial to The Daily. "That proposition was made to us
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 16.-If Yost ex- during the playing season, and we
pects to work any trick plays on Illi- turned it down flat," said Barrow.I
nois, he will have to go back to some "The Yanks, I dare say, would be in-
of his plays before the year of 1903 terested in a deal for Shocker but not
if he expects to dumfound the Suck- unless the Browns would consent to
er lads. In preparing for the Yostmen; take one of our regular pitchers be-
Coagh Zuppke has drilled his squad sides Hoyt. There is nothing doing
on every formation ever used by the on that angle of it."
Michigan squad since the above men-1 Shocker has pitched his last game
tioned year. The freshmen have been for the Browns, according to reliable
hsing these plays daily including the advices from the Mound City. Ownerj
famous "83" which broke up the Ohio Phil Ball and Manager George Sisler,
State game a few years ago. as well as Shocker himself, believe
The final straw that broke the pre- that the spitballer has outlived his#
historic camel's back was added yes- usefulness in St. Louis. There were
terday when it was announced that many rumors that Shocker and Sisler
Walter Crawford, the backbone of the 1 did not get along well together, and
Left side of the line, had been declared
ineligible. With Shively and Crawford
out, the nucleus of the line has been , O Rnl
woefully weakened. FR E IT. [ L
Whether or not Capt. Rokusek and
K a s s e l , r e g u l a r e n d s , w i l l b e a t t h e i r . .ihtlhti a
old positions when the two schoolsi LfUL RE IIJI
reopen hostilities Saturday, is a mat- ____
ter that is still hanging in the balance, Practically all of the Interfraternity
but it is expected that they will start. speedball league winners have been
There is no fear expressed in the Illi- determined by play this nast week,1
nois camn that Grange, the fiery but there are a few remaining match-
headed youth, who last year held the es which are to be played by the earlyc
All American halfback honors and /
who is out to repeat this year, will aThe teams that have won their
Inot come through y cIleagues are as follows: Phi Gamma
. In the Frosh-Varsity scrimmage last Delta, Beta Theta Phi, Nu Sigma Nu,
night, the yearling squad scored two Phi Chi and Phi Sigma Delta., Close
touchdowns, one on an off tackle play competition has marked the play thus
and the other as a result of a for- as maredtthepl tu
nrd ass.far and it is expected that the rounds
ward pass. I INOIS for the title will prove more inter-
esting since the teams are rounding
Salem, Oregon, Oct. 15.-Work has into form.
been started on a iiew grandstand to BEAT ILLINOIS --
seat 3,000 persons at Williamette uni- Local Subscriptions $3.50--payable
versity. now.

Urban, it is said, desires a change
of scenery.
It is well known that the Yanks
tried to get him last Winter but fail-
ed. Miller Huggins has always been

ikeen to get back the pitcher he once
let slip through his fingers, but base-
ball observers believe the Browns
would not consider a deal of Shocker
for Jones, Bush or Shawkey unless
ccnsiderable other talent were thrown
in. The Yanks would refuse to in-
cude Pennock, or Hoyt, and this is
likely to block the trade.
_Paltimore, Md., Oct. 16.-Robert M.
('Lefty") Groves, the Baltimore In-
ternational league's pitching ace, was
sold to the Philadelphia American
league club today for a sum announc-
el by Manager Jack Dunn at $100,-
600. This price tops the former rec-
crd sum of $100,000 paid by the New
York Yankees to the Boston Red Sox
for Babe Ruth.
-- BEAT ILLIN9IS
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 16.-Reports
that Ohio State has scheduled foot-
ball games with Cornell, to be play-
ed here in 1925 and at Ithaca, N. Y.,
in 1926, were denied toni'ht by Lynn
W. St. John, Buceye athletic direct-
or.
- BEAT LLINOIS
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 16.-The Corn-
huskers will enter their third big bat-
tle of the season Saturday against
Colgate. The game will be the fea-
ture attraction of homecoming day at.
the university.

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INTEROJLA5 SPEEDAL
TO START IN FEW DAYS
With the elections of all the class
officers now accomplished, and the
subsequent appointments of the class
athletic managers having been effect-
ed, class athletics will get under way
in several days, according to the
plans of the Intramural depratment.
The first tournament scheduled is
speedball, which drew 12 teams last
year but which should draw more
than that number this season. Bowl-
ing and basketball will follow speed-
ball, and other sports will be con-
tested throughout the year.
Sweaters will be awarded to the
winners in the respective sports as
in the past. Managers desiring to
secure grounds for practice may do
so by calling the Intramural office.
BEAT ILLINOIS
Chicago, Ill., Oct. 16.-University of
Chicago cross country runners will
open the season here Saturday, meet-
ing the University of Indiana har-
riers. The Maroons will enter the
following six men in the dual meet:
Henry Bourke, A. Edler, F. Edler, Vic
Levine, McNeal, and Jim Cusack.
BEAT ILLINOIS
Chicago, Oct. 16.-Newspaper pub-
lishers and national advertising ex-
perts, here for their annual conven-
tion of the Auditor Bureau of Circula-
tions, express the belief that the coun-
try's business outlook is good de-
spite some election year pessimists.
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coaches ran the squad through a stiff
and long signal drill yesterday after-
noon, and last night a combination
kull practice and pep meeting was
held at the field house.
The squad is in excellent physical
ondition, and while there is nol
>verconfidence present, the Wolver-
nes are certain to give the Suckersj
he best that there is in them.
The coaches have announced they
robable Michigan lineup for the big
ame as follows: left end, Marion;
left tackle, Babcock; left guard,
dlaughter; center Brown; right,
;uard, Steele. right tackle, Hawkins;
'ight end, Grube; quarter, Rockwell;
eft half, Captain Steger; right half,
tamman; full, Miller.
Bear stories have been flowing in1
rcat volume from the Illini camp,
ut Michigan followers are taking
ittle stock in the prediction that the
fucker eleven will be crippled for
he game. The ineligibility of tackle
_rawfordJ is about the only certain
oss in the ranks of Z>ppke's team.
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posed of Larsen at quarter, Harmon the
recently discovered star, McAndrew or
Harris at the halves and Leitl at full.
Secret practice has been strictly en-
forced all week.
BEAT ILLINOIS
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 16.-The
Bowl has already been sold out for
the Yale-Army football game on No-
vember 1, according to an announce-
ment made here today by the Yale
athletic association. Secretary of War
Weeks is one of the 70,000 football
fans who will attend the game, as
has been his custom for several
years.
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now.

Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 16.- In the ;
near future work will get under way
on the construction of permanent\ r~sf .frleft
baseball bleachers to seat 6,000 per-
sons immediately northeast of the
stadium, it was decided this fall by
the athletic board. Everythingin the Line of Athletic Equipment
Turf was grown this summer on
the new varsity baseball diamond and Student Supplies
which was laid last spring. Batters
facing the stadium, will have 500 feet
to hit the ball in order to hit the
wall. Additional bleachers will be Derril Pratt Jack D tizi
erected in the futureubringing the tot-
al seating capacity up to 10,000.
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Urbana, Ill., Oct. 16.--Last year at
le Yale-Harvard game they say that-
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lo Illinois-Chicago game in the Il-
inois stadium. When cars were nir- =I
d, their owners had to fork up a
ouple of iron dollars to have vol-
nteer assistants pry them out with .
oards obtained from nearby lumber
ards.
If it should raif at the stadium next * rnL ,
aturday, there will be horses an T hOSe - or .orta Di .
ien to pull out your car and the serve.-I
:e is free. That is just one instance
f the lengths to which Illinois will
o to take care of its visitors. The
.thletic association is spending a con-
iderable sum to prepare for just suloLeather Jackets
rnergencies. .,
Even if it, should rain, the layout
a lot different from last year. The f
treets leading to the stadium arr
aved and there is a new street lead- I= h ea
ig from South Neil street, Cham- Are here again in all colors
aign, under the Illinois Central, to ,
irst street, just west of the stadium. and rades of leather. E
here are big walks leading to the at
:adium on either side.C
BEAT ILLINOIS
Quebec., Oct. 16.-The Giants after 8
efeating the White Sox, 6 to 2, in the_ _ _
,st game of an exhibition series here '
'esday, sailed aboard the liner
ount Royal with the Chicago team
r an exhibition tour of Europe. Both
>n McGraw and Charles Comiskey
)ined theeaw an I les CoKEskeyPN
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