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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

THURSDAY, NOVEMPER 1), 192-1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSr$AY, NOVEMBER 13, 1921

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ITY SQUAD LEA
FORBUCKEYE
n Delegation of 33 leparts
For Battle Against
Wilcemen
CDRILL TOMORROW
-three members of Michigan's
football squad, coaches, train-
managers will leave Ann Ar-
9:09 o'clock tonight via the
n Central for Columbus where
I meet Ohio State on the grid-
urday.
day afternoon Coach Georgei
rove the men through a stiff
e last hard workout before the
it Buckeye contest. This
n the men will be given a
rkout in which they will put
the theoretical work which
1 be given at a meeting this
the Union. The final workout
he game will be held in the
dium tomorrow afternoon.
dlvidual Work Stressed
dual work and a stiff prac-
assing and kicking was dish-
yesterday. Steger, Rockwell,
nhoff were worked in thel
drill while Rockwell, Herrn-
d Domhoff drop kicked. WithI
'riedman a watched man as a1
f his great success at pass-
te last three games it is high-
ble that Steger and Rockwell
toff will be given a chance to
te oval at times.
or phase of the game which
i worked up to a great de-'
ring the past week in the
ractices is the line attack.
e two teams line up at Colum-
week-end the Buckeyes are
expect a great forward pass-
sive from the Wolverines and
ichigan coaches have been
ul in their efforts to develop
ive drive at the forward wall
i chances of fooling the op-
will be greatly enhanced.E
Vilce has been working his
d in an attempt to polish up
d pass defense and the Wol-
oaches are not; planning to,
y chances if the aerial of-f
es wrong.
Field Goals Tried
r branch of the game in
ichigan has remained practi-
ctive in the games so far is

Freshman Squad
YES TO-NIGHT
Meet s Physical
CONTEST SATURDAY Ed Stars Today.
FCoach Edwin Mather's freshman el-
IEAIA E A even will meet the physical education
FRESHMWAN BASKETBALL school team in its regular game of
All candidates for the fresh- the season at o'clock today on
man basketball squad will re- Ferry field.
port in Waterman gymnasium, Coach Mather has a great amount
Monday at 7:30 o'clock. Bring mof aterial from which to choose his
own equipment. team, and two or three full teams
COACH FISHER. ought to be paraded onto the field be-
Efore the contest is over. Bolton or
Maresh are favored to start at the
in attempting field goals. The Michi- quarterback job with Bybe of Memp-
his, Babcock of Detroit, Fuller of
gan l acks have attempted a number Jackson, and Schwentker of Kirkwood,
this year without success and the Mo., as possiblities for the halfbaclt
coaches are planning to use the tal- positions. Matheson of Grand Rapids,
ent along this line that they can un- Cowell of Coldwater, or Kelly of Du-1
cover in the next two weeks. Herrn- luth, will play fullback for the yearl-
stein and Rockwell are both fairly ings.
proficient with their toes and Vic Grinnell of Detroit, Nickerson of
Doihoff has been showing a streak Oak Park, Ott of Cleveland, or Fitz-1
of the old ability which embellished patrick of San Diego, Calif., will take
his career in high school football, care of the flank positions while Rem-
The coaches continue to warn their sejeff of DeKalb, Ill., Oade of Lansing,
men against overconfidence regard- Pamaroli of Highland Park, or Nor-
ing the outcome of this week's game. ton of Chicago will be at tackle.
The poor showing of the Ohio team Either Thisted of Great Falls, Mont.,
together with the fact that they are or Parson of Indianapolis will be
weakened at the present tine by in- called upon for pivot man. The
juries will be greatly overcome by guards will be chosen from Johnson
the fact that they have been pointing of Ironwood, Sullo of Detroit, Webber
for the Michigan game 'ince the be-|of Mt. Clemens, Hellerman of Bay
ginning of the season while Michigan City, Bowen' of Newton, Mass., or,
has had easy going for the last three Crampton of Toledo.
weeks and is not in a very good frame ( Coach Emery's physical eds, made
of mind to meet any great amount of I up of students in the four year coach-
opposition from the Buckeyes. A gold ing course boasts a real backfield -in
star with "Michigan" printed across Skidmore of Battle Creek, at quarter,
it is posted in the Ohio locker rooms Kane of Chicago, and Wiess of last
and every time that a player has year's freshman team and formerly of
passed it this year someone has call- Flint, carrying the ball at the halves,
ed his attention to it. Ohio will be in with 'Bo" Molenda, former Detroit
a great frame of mind to put up a Northeastern star, at fullback. Smith'1
hard tussle against Michigan and the of Detroit, should show some real
coaches want the Michigan players to. class at the tackle position) while
konw it. Moflit of Berkeley, Calif,, should have
Men to Take Trip no trouble in holding his own with'
The squad which will leave for any man that Coach Mather may wish
Columbus tonight will be composed of to send against him.
the following players: Friedman, This game will be used by Coachj
Grube, Herrnstein, Rockwell, Steger, Mather to get a line on his material
Miller, Marion, Stamman, Kunow, for the annual battle with Coach Fish-
Babcock, Steele, Slaughter, Hawkins, er's reserve squad, which is to be
Brown, Edwards, Flora, Madsen, Lo- held next week.
vette, Gregory, Heath, Baker, Dom-
hoff, Witherspoon, Froemke, Davis, Blott, and Hays, Charlie Hoyt, and
Langguth, Parker, Dewey, Samson, Billy Fallon, trainers, will accompany
McIntyre, Coventry, Ullman, and Pal- h
Mc~tyr, ovetry I~lmn, ndPal Ithe squad while assistant managers
muer. The following coaches will also Gorenflo and Donaldson will be in I
make the trip: Yost, Little, Wieman, Leharge of arranging the trip and ac-
commodating the team at Columbus.

-OF TENNIS TITtL
Duluth Star Defeats Maloney for All-
Cantpus Crown in Tennis
Singles
MATCH GOES FIVE.SETS
Leighton Stephens, '27, Duluth,
Minn., won the Michigan All-campus
singles tennis tournament Wednesday
afternoon on the Varsity courts when
he defeated Edward Maloney, '28, in
three out of five sets, 6-1, 4-6, 3-6, 6-3,
6-2. Stephens who is spending hisl
first year on the University campus is
the rating racquet wielder of northern I
Minnesota and city champion of Du-
Iuth.
A perfect service and flashy net
work won the first set for Stephens.
His uncanny placements at the net
were responsible for Maloney's undo-F
ing in this set. Maloney found him-
self in the next two sets and with
Stephen's inability to drive over the
net, he was able to take the sets,
Stephens finished the match in the
same style with which he started it,
a strong, accurate service and speedy
net work. His greater experience
told on the loser who tired fast after
the third set.

FROSH COURT WORK
TO START MONDAY~

Yearlings to Open Year's
Tnder Guidance of
Ray Fisher

Activity

Intramuralntems
Class speedball. 4:00 P. M. Thurs-
day Soph Lits vs. Fresh Lits.
Medics won from the Senior Engi-
neers Tuesday 8-2 in the other semi-
final game.
Bowling
Bowling entries close Friday at 5
P. M. Qualifying scores must be turn-
ed in by November 21st. Teams are
of five men, each rolling three games.
Dummy scores are 120. Before start-
ing a match all men must be present
and report to whoever is in charge of!
the alleys, or tba score will not count.
Fraternities to be sur; of alleys
should reserve them.

(LASff SOLID IN JIUBRRY
It took just 45 minutes for the
Athletic, association to dispose of
the 3,000 extra tickets for the
Iowa game which were placed on
sale at the field house yesterday
morning. More than 100 students
were standing in line when the
office opened at S o'clock.

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I FOUR DRILLS WEEKLY
Freshman basketball candidates
sWill report for the first practice at
the Waterman gymnasium next Mon-
day night, according to an announce-
ment made yesterday by Coach Fisher,
freshman basketball mentor.
It is planned to hold practice ses- 1
sions the first four nights of the week
from 7:30 to 9:00 o'clock. As no'
equipment will be issued by th'2 of
ficials, all candidates must bring their
own. Coach Fisher urges all candi-
dates to bring their own equipment
to the first practice Monday night,
so that they may start work immedi-
ately.
The Varsity squad which is now
using -the courts in Waterman gym-
nasium will vacate at the end of this
week, and commence work in the Yost
field house. The floor is being es-
sembled rapidly, and is expected to
be completed by the end of this week..

FRESH LITS N

OTICE J

Rockwell Trails
Suckers In Goa!s
E. T. Britton, partner in the Grange
scoring combination, leads the Con-
ference on ,points after touchdown.
He has counted 15, but could have had
many more. He missed three of six
attempts against the Wolverines, and
four of seven against Iowa. Eleven
after points e4ch have been scored
by Rockwell of Michigan and Sloatc
of Indiana.
Pay for your Su bscription today.

All freshman lit speedball
players will report at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon at Ferry field.
WM. DONALDSON,
Manager.

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