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November 06, 1924 - Image 6

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'Lit' III


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r to be Back at Left Half With
Rockwell at Quarter

Hits Hard



Tutor Northwestern Eleven


Coach Luttle continued his drive to
prepare Michigan's eloven for a stiff
game against Northwestern Saturday
when he ran tile entire squad through
a strenuous workout yesterday after--
Every man on the roster who wasF
not hindered by injuries was put into f
a "scrimmage against the freshmen,
which was practically continuous.
The yearlings used Northwestern
plays almost exclusively ajd were on
the offensive most of the time as the
coaches want the Wolverines to be
well versed in the Purple plays when
the two teams meet. The scrimmageL
in which 24 Varsity men participatel
wound up the afternoon. Earlier in
the day, Coach Little worked with thef
backs, ends, and the center on de-
fenses for kicks and passes. Coach
Wieman ran the linemen through the,
sual drill in blocking and tackling,.
while Coach Jack Blott worked with
several of the men on place kicking. 3
Captain Herb Steger was back inx
uniform yesterdEay, and appears to
have completely recovered from the -
'oot injury which he sustained in the
Wisconsin game. He will be in the Capt. Bob eiicke
sineup amdayehe wgam enstrts. Northwestern will be led into Satur-
ineup Saturday When the game starts. day's game by Bob Weincke, one of
matters stand at present, Steger the best plunging fullbacks in the
vill hold down his old place at left Conference this year and the man who
,ockwell's showing at the pilot posi- was largely instrumental in handing
lonkagainstshoinesoa mpressed t he-Indiana a defeat last week. Togeth-
ion against teavemdecssed itoer with Ralph Baker he will be a
.oaches, acnd they have decided to constant threat at the Michigan goal
~hift him ~back to his usual position. line, uncrossed since the Illinois
George Babcock, regular tackle, name
vho broke a bone in his hand in the ! _gae_
Gopher tussle, will be on the bench
vhen the Purple aggregation hooksI
ip with the Varsity. His hand is in
i pliable cast, supported by a sling,
end even though he may be in shape n
o start Saturday, Coach Little does
,ot care to risk the chance of further ULI110 hsiLIVILLV
njury before the Ohio State game. j
Valt Kunow, the team giant, will fill Coach Mather's basketball squad
labcock's shoes at left tackle. HIc will practice on the court in the Yost
as been in most of the games this field house next week, if the carpen-
'ear and his showing has been good ters who are assembling last year's
n every case. Hle is powerful, ancd.floor continue at their present pace.
ast for his weight. . At the end of last season the bas-
The Varsity mentors continue to-"
ay emphasis on thes necessity of ketball court was taken up to make
a inghalph Baker. the nsaiyo- room for the baseball practice which
was held indoors until the weather
.l Purple halfback, who is leading permitted the squad to work on the
he Conference in scoring, being tied diamond. The floor was taken up in
range. theato is wlusiveandhecgeatsections and is being pieced together
hsx now by a crew of men, so as to have
rgly fast and tricky. Besides h it c'ompleted by the first part of next
unning threat, he is a dead shot on
top kicks and placements anywhere week.
dhe floor is one of the largest in
sie ofereeard line. ie golsladn the Conference, being the maximum
size allowed by the Conference has-
everal of his boots have been goodsikeballoeubyt he ene s-
~r ht~e tha 40yard. H is co-: et ball regulations. The entire struic-
rnt theathan4yards. he isam con- ure covers 110 feet by G0 feet. The
eyond midfield. In addition, he is an plying floor from side line to side ,
wyod mdfild Inaddtio, e i an{ line corers an area of 94 feet" by 50
fficient passer. Captain Wienecke is .ery
. est.
nother man who will bear watching. i__
[e is a line-plunger of great ability

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To Leave Tomorrow for Columbus
To Meet Illinois and r
Michigan's Varsity cross country
squad will entrain tomorrow for
Columbus, where they will meet Ohio I
State's and Illinois' crack hill and
dale men in a triangular race Satur-
day, November 8. The Buckeye course
is the most difficult in the Conference"-"
and Coach Farrell is anxious that the -i
men become as familiar as possible
with it before the race..- ,
That Michigan will be worked to the
limit is certain as both Illinois and Chuck Carney, Glen Thistlewaite,
Ohio State have almost entirely
veteran teams this year. Captain Northwestern's chances of beatin
Wichoff, the Buckeye leader, is a real enhanced by the composition of its c
star and if he is in form no one is having had a great deal of experienc4
likely to beat him. Several sopho- field coach, played quarterback on M
nmores have shown good form and the last year and the year before. Duke
veterans from last year's champion- best guards who ever played for Michi
ship team are running as well as Chuck Carney, end coach, was one of
ever. Illinois' power was shown last Carney pass combination that helped
week when without their captain and He was All-American end in 1920.
star, Sam Marzula, they tied Iowa
which holds a decisive 19 to 36 vic-
tory over Minnesota. The work of
Eddie Mieher, holder of the two mile
indoor Conference record, Joe Ma-
keever, and Miller all of Illinois in
finishing right on the heels of Harold
Phelps, Hawkeye captain, member of T
the U. S. Olympic team and Con- The interfraternity cross country
ference cross country champion of meet will be held Monday, the twenty
last year was the feature of the race. fourth of November. iv1 Fraternity l
If Illinois' captain had not been suf- Athletic Managers should give a list
fering from a strained tendon, his of the men who expect to represent
presence on the Sucker team would their house in the race to the Intra-
have spelled an easy victory for them. mural Department by Saturday the
It is not certain whether he will be twenty second. All men who have
in the race Saturday. not had sufficient training will not
Coach Steve Farrell has been send- be lOwed to run.
ing the men through some stiff work-
outs this week in order to get them Class Speedball schedule for Tours-
in the best possible shape. A hard day is: 4:00: Senior Lits vs. Sophl
race is expected but the men can be Lits; Senior Engineers vs. Junior
counted on to turn in good times. Lits. 5:00: Medics vs. Junior Eni-
The way the men ran together at neGes-
Lansing last week was especially
pleasing to Coach Farrell. The hilly Entries for fraternity bowling are
Ohio course may prove an asset to now due at the Intramural office.:
Michigan as Captain Shenefield, Teams are to be of five men each
Hornberger, and Reinke are especial- rolling three gaimes. The first sixteen
ly adept at running hilly courses. An 1 -,cores will qualify for further compe-
easy (Istance run today 'will taper off 1 tition.I
the week's practice. . ;


1)eciding Score Made in Last
of Play oi lnrililat

M it2nies



Theta PI team contented /itself wi
a defensive game durig the fore pa
of the contest., letting their oppo
ents carry the bgoll deep into the
It1a Thy Pi s ,oring came in t
second and thir d'pderiods n punal
kicks by it Roth. The Phi Gamnr
Delta toucLdown was the only o
of the gam, so clos0 was the paH
mg watcheal.
(Continued on Page Seven)

,D uke Dunne, and Irwin Uteritz
g Michigan Saturday will be greatly
oaching staff, three of the members
e with the Wolverines. Uteritz, back-
ichigan's two great undefeated teamsI
Dunne, line coach, was one of the
gan and captained the team in 1921.
the members of the great Crangle to
d to beat Michigan in 1919 and 1920.
and reported by the required time.
Following is the schedule for the sec-
ond round and these matches must be
played. and reported to the Intra-
mural office not later than Wednes-
day night, November 12th.
Phi Mu Delta vs. Delta Upsilon;
Theta Clii vs. Chyron; Phi Chi vs.
Beta Phi Delta; Phi Kappa vs. Peers;
(Continued on Page Seven)
"A1 ~e tiliaii

Phi Gamma Delta fraternity won the
Michigan interfraternity speedball
chanpionshi Wednesday after-noon
on south Ferry field by virtue of the
defeat of Beta Theta Pi, 4 to 2. With
the title goes the Intramural depart-.
nient loving cup to be held by the
winners for one year. Beta Theta Pi
won in 1923.
Played to a standstill during the
first half of the game, the powerful
Phi Gamma Delta aggregation was un-
able to ,ierce the Beta Theta Pi de-
fense. The first two tallies came from
penalty kicks made good by Miller of!
the victors. The final score, deciding
the championship came in the last
few minutes of play on a brilliant
catch of a pass from Molenda by
The teams fought bitterly through-
out the game. The well-drilled Beta

AW~ :~i~ AR~iN(E SPACE
CAR Al (OlUiidUS
Old Ohio Field at Columbus
will be reserved as parking
I space for Michigan cars driven
to the 1Vihh:gan-Ohio game No?
venei 15 .according to word re-
ceivedl Iy the Athletic associa-
tion yesterday afternoon. The
field located on high street, just
south of Woodraf avenue will
aecoimodate several hundred cars
t and is expected to relieve the
Sordinary congestion at the time
of the Michigan-Ohio game.
I Special police will he on the
grounds at 9 o'clock in the

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for high scoring with the ivory balls
by making a break of 1,370. This is
only 47 balls less than the world's rec-
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held by the Australian champion,
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The first round of the handball
tournament has been completed and
play in the second round starts today.
It is important that each house ar-
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Prov. 26:20, "Where no wood
is, there the fire goeth (dt."

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as far as- obtaining any is con-
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