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wenty-Seven Player. and Coaches Sp aulding Expects to Use Reviiniped
to Entrain at 2:29 O'clock Attack In Michigan Gaine
Today , Saturday
Twenty-seven members of Michi- (Special to The Daily).
x's 'Va.rity football squad, coaches Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 29.-Coach
d trainers will leave at 2:29 '- Bill Spaulding gave his squad anoth-
ock this afternoon from the Mich-oer stiff drill this afternoon when he
ani Central dep ot for MVinneapolis ~itteaantteyalns
he'e they will meet the Gophers Sat- Sent them against theyearlings.
day afternoon in the annual bat- who used Michigan plays, in a dum-
for the Little Brown Jug. my scrimmage.
Michigan's squad will be in per- Tue Gophers are progressing rap
ct shape for the encounter with idly in forming their offensive for
3 powerful Minnesota eleven. Cap- Michigan, and the first year men a(
n Steger, the oly regular ply-i reserves have been unable to mak(
who was laid Fp iterthe Wis- any headway this week. At interval
nsin game and Fthd 'iaser who during the workout yesterday, the
s been troubled with sinjuies off Gopher mentor stopped the proceed-
d on t'oghout the season will bein ings in order to explain certain points
good condition, that were bothering his proteges. By
T'he only other workout which tej the time the long practice was over,
am will have before the game Sat-the squal had an excellent idea of
day afternoon will be held Friday what to expect in the important game
.ernoon at Minneapolis. Tie finl Saturday.
rkout will consist almost entirely After his men have completely
running pbrough signals and drill ;nastere the intricacies of the Mich-
punting and passing. At that time igan attack, Spaulding plans to re-
e coaches will make a final decision Igamp ks offensive plans. The roph-
the ihig~an Lineu for the big eris will present an entirely different
mc g nystem of attack against the Yost-
The Michigan eleven will probably' men~ from anything they have shown
eup for Minnesota in exactly the ,s far this season. The forward
mue order which started the Wiscon-: passing, which was ragged in the
i game last week. The only prob- Ioasgame, has been thoroughly gone
le exception will be in the back- ! over, and the introduction of some
Id where Fred Parker, triple threat ! new formations as the background
in, may be given a chance to take fr the aerial game will be made.
ht half. Friedman who starredj it is possible that the Minnesota
ainst the Badgers will also be a lineup will be changed for the home-
ely prospect for the pmsition and is coming battle. Bob Peplaw, who has
and to get into the game at some been out of the game with injuries,
ne even though he is not selected to may break into the fray Saturday in


Team to Have Advaiage In having
Ill: 'aTwo Meets at
Coach Barker, Varsity wv'estling
coach, has scheduled six meets for
this year's -mat men, meeting the same
schools that were on the schedule
cast win~ter, with one exception.
The schedule for this winter will
I bd the -same as that of 'last, year's
I with the exception of' Purdue, with
which only a one year contract was
signed. Only five Conference teams
are on the schedule, since Coach
Vnarker has deeide(l not to take on
another schoolin' place of Purdue.
The Michigan mat men \vill be at
an advantage in only having to make
two trips,.one to.Iowa and the other,
to .Lansing to tackle the Aggies. Last
year's squad was on the. road the
j greater part of the season, facing
Ohio State, Illinois, Wisconsin, and
Indiana on their mats.
Prospects for a foi'midable team in
the Conference race are bright in
I spite of the lack of experienced men.
Karbel, Meads, F{erenz, and Rose are
the only veterans returning for this
year's squad, Davis and Baker, are
I twn good men who should hold down
the 115 pound class In good shape.
Karbel is back to hold down the 125
pound division, and should make a
still more brilliant showing with his
added experience. Toepfer, winner:
cf the All-campus 135 pound class last
spring, should fill his division well.
Coach Barker is little worried in
the 145 pound division with Cranage
Charter, and Westover. Rose, the star
of last year's team, is slightly heav-
ier and may not make the weight for
1his favorite class.

Phi Sigma Delta and Alpha Sigma
Phi won their ways into the semi-
finals of the Interfraternity speed-
ball tournament yesterday afternoon
by winning games from Beta Phi Del-
ta and Delta Tau Delta.
Phi Sigma Delta had an easy time
of it winning 20-1 while the Alpha
Sigma Phi combination had tougher
going in getting a 12-9 victory.
In the semi-finals to be played to-
norwafternoon the Alpha Sigma
6hi team will meet Beta Theta Pi in
one match while Phi Gamma Delta
will be stacked up against Phi Sigma
belta in the other.
The final games will be- played
Monday afternoon on Ferry field.
In the semi-finals of the All-cam-
pus tennis tournament yesterday
afternioon Maloney, a freshman, de-
teated his class mate Vedder in a
close match 6-4, 6-3. Maloney will
meet the winner of the Holland-
Stephens match for the Campus
championship. The Holland -Steph-
ens: match will be played off tomor-
The schedule for class speedball for
Thursday is as follows:
4:00 Senior Lits vs. Senior Laws;
Soph Eng. vs. Soph Lits; Junior Lits
vs Senior Engineers.
4:41. Junior Engineers vs. Fresh
ILits.; Jfln16r Laws vs. Dents.

Aboxe: Fisher, Parking, Graham; Below: Otte and Hogan.
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Tl~e Illini and Grange will meet their biggest obstacle in the rest o f the Conference race, according to
past records, when they meet up with Ingwerson's Hawkeyes this week e nd, fresh from a 13-0 win over Minne-
ta Thn v . l trns are.Iowa'sbig est bets to stop the Wheaton flash and at the same time o

Following is the schedule of the
first round of the Handball tourna-
ment. Houses must arrange between.
themselves for the time of play off
and report all scores to the intraA
mural office. Each house must enter
a four man team and play two singles
and one doubles match. The same
Iman cannot compete in both singles
and doubles matches. The schedule
jstarts today and all matche
must be played off and reportedto
the Intramural office not later that

sp a.up enaouh pien, a tVelch t U
pile up enough points to squelch the

e Illinois title dash.


The last workout on the home field
consisted of a general check up on
all of the duties and specialties of the
Michigan players. Miller and Rock-
well were given intensive drill in
kicking-off while the line practiced
running down under punts. Last
week Rockwell was unnecessarily de-
layeq on a number of his boots and
the coaches have been making a stren-
uous effort to get the men down the
field faster.
Toward the close of yesterday's
session the freshmen lined up against
the Varsity in as dummy scrimmage
and used the Minnesota plays which
have been secured on the scouting
The team will arrive in Minneapolis
at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Vincent Richards and a group of
athletes have started to organize a
national eports fraternity, with a $5,-
000,000 chapter house in New York,
and other houses in Detroit, Minneap-
oils, Cleveland, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Montreal, 'Pittsburg, and Boston.

the full back position. He will not be
likely to replace Lidberg, who play- Chang'e Sch edul
ed a great game against the Hawk- I
eyes, but will be on hand in case the Of Class Hockey
regular star is injured or removed
from the lineup for any other reason., Times for the interclass hockey
Peplaw essentially a half, but he Ts
has beer used at full once or twice games today have been changed. The
this week, and has played well at the juniors and freshmen will play at
new post. 4 o'clock, while the seniors will play
Ascher and S hutte continued to the sophomores at 5 o'clock.
hold down the halves, and In Tuesday's interclass games the
they will probably be there when freshmen won from the seniors by a
the opening whistle blows; unless Lid- score of 1-0, and sophomore wonren
berg is shifted to half and Peplaw were victorious over the juniors by
to full. This is a possible combina- a score of 4-0.
tion. Spaulding will probably stand _________{_
pat on his line, with the exception Walter Johnson, of World series
of Morris at end. The forward wall fame, is trying to purchase the Oak-
functioned well against Iowa, and land club in Pacific Coast league.
there is little reason for changing I Looks as if he was planning to quit
it. baseball.#

Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 29.--The con-
dition of Lynn Bomar, Vanderbilt's
' All-American back is improving. Hef
is conscious today, and has slight use
of his left arm and fingers. Bomar
suffered a hemorrhage (f the brain
and partial paralysis following a kick
on the chin, in last Saturday's game
with Georgia Tech. le is through]
with football forever, his doctors say.
Baseball Commissioner Landis to-
day sent out more than $41,000 in
checks to the players of the clubs

which finished in second and third '
places in the National league pennant'
race for 1924. Each player on the
Brooklyn National league club re-
ceived $983.28 while each player on
the Pirates received $569.81.:
Fleckstein, All-Conference guard
at Iowa, received a broken shoulder
in the Minnesota- game last Saturday.
It was reported today that he is out
for the remainder )f the season.

Sinclair and Preston are two goodI
men to work as understudies to
Meads, the veteran 158 pounder. Rat-

cliff and Madsen are the sole hopes in Monday night, November 3rd.
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