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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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RIMES PREPARE FOR lOWA
TITLE MVAY HANG IN BALANCE

cam Forced to Show Great Power in
Overcoming Mighty Buckeye
Eleven1
LINE SHOWS STRENGTH
Encouraged by the realization thatj
e Conference title may be in the
,lance, Michigan's Varsity yesterday
ternoon started its preparation forj
e Hawkeye game on Ferry field this
eek-end.
Miller and Babcock are definitely1
.t of the game for the rest of the
ason and their absence will be',great-
felt in case there are any injuries'
the men who are taking care of the,
e positions at present. In the Ohio'
me the coaches had a good chanceI
see the rebuilt line in action andl
performed very creditably. It is
reed that the Michigan forward wall
hich went against the Buckeyes was
good as any in the West and the
me line will be intact for the Hawk-

THE LUCKY NUMBER I
I Thirteen proved the lucky
number for the Wolverines in
the game with the Buckeyes atC
Columbus Saturday. One of thef
freak coincidences of the game
was the fact that the thirteenth
t Michigan pass was the first to
be completed and the thirteenth
one of the Buckeye attempts}
was the one which Slaughter in-
tercepted at the turn of the
game in the last period.
HANDBALL
The fourth round of the Inter-fra-I
ternity handball tournament is due to
be played off by Thursday night, No-
vember 20th. All houses should re-
port results of matches before that
time. Following is the schedule for
this round:
Delta Upsilon vs. Delta Tau Delta.
Theta Chi vs. Phi Chi.
Phi Kappa vs. Kappa Nu.
Phi Sigma Delta vs. Nu'Sigma Nu.,
Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. Alpha Rho
Chi.

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Grange Leads
Rockwell By
Single Point
Tod Rockwell, Michigan's star
quarterback, by scoring a touchdown,j
a point after touchdown, and a field
goal in Saturday's tilt with the Buck-
eyes at Columbus, advanced in the,
Conference scoring race, being only
one point behind the Illini flash, "Red"
C Grange.
By adding ten points to his total of,
the previous week, Rockwell now has
77 points to his credit. Rockwell has
scored 10 touchdowns, one field goal,
and 14 points after touchdowns, thus
far this season.
"Red" Grange, the "unstopable,"
who was stopped at Minneapolis by
the Gophers, managed to retain his
lead by making a touchdown in the
first quarter, bringing his total to 78
points. Grange has made 15 touch-
downs but has not scored in the kick-
ing department.
Ralph Baker, the Purple flash, is
third in the scoring column with five
touchdowns, nine points after touch-
downs, and five field goals, Baker's
closest rival in the kicking game is
Hancock who has scored four field
goals.
The standing of the leading point
scorers of the conference follows:

CUHT SQUAD GOES Michian Now
10jIELTo Take Thin
T__l HOUSE Michigan's football team will wind
. up the 1924 season standing first in
Matlier Gives Men Initial Workout the Conference for the third success- 1
on Regular Va.sity ive year if Wisconsin is equal to the,
Floor 'task of beating Chicago and the Wol-t
verines win from Iowa next Satur-
TO MAKE 2 MORE CUTS day.
When Bill Spaulding's Minnesota,
With the completion of. the new team sprung the greatest upset of]
basketball floorCoach Matherheldyears in beating Illinois, 20-7, they
lastn Coach er paved the way to a possible share in
last night's practice session for the the title for Michigan, as the Illini
Varsity squad in the Yost field house. are now in third place, tied with Iowa,
From now on the Varsity court !while the Wolverine victory over Ohioa
candidates will work out in the field State put the Yostmen in second place
house, while the freshman basketball with four successive Conference wins
squad will hold its practices in the ! and with only one defeat and no tie
Waterman gymnasium. For the past game against them. Illinois has the
month Coach Mather's men have been Gopher defeat and the tie game against
working on the gymnasium courts Chicago to mar its record. Chicago
after an early start in preparation for has not yet been trimmed, but two tie
the first game with the midshipmen !games stand against the Maroons. Wis-
of Annapolis January 3. The Confer- consin has not yet won a Conference.
ence race will open on the home court tilt this season, and the Badger's abil-
with Northwestern as the opponent ity to stop the Staggmen is doubtful,
on Jan. 10. but not impossible.
Coach Mather has made numerous Illinois may take another bump Sat-
cuts of his material in order to re- urday. Ohio State's strong team will
duce the size of the squad so that he meet the Illini at Urbana, and Red;
can give more individual attention to Grange will not be in the game. The
the men that show promise of develop- repeated tackling at Minneapolis re-
ing into Varsity material. The squad sulted in the star's wrenching his
now is reduced to 30 men, and a cut shoulder tearing the ligaments, and
is expected at the end of this week'j dislocating a small bone. He will be
which will reduce the roster to about on the bench for the rest of the sea-
20 men. After the Iowa game which son.
terminates the gridiron season, several; Their ability to stop the redheaded'
of the Varsity football men are ex- flash told the story for Minnesota.
pected to report to the basketball With Schutte getting away to consist-
squad. The final cut will be made in ent and substantial gains, Graham
three or four weeks, which will leave running the team cleverly- and gaining
20 men on the list for the rest of the well, and Lidberg playing a fine plung-
season. ing game, the Suckers were helpless.
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and when the offense wilted in the face
of the brilliant defensive work of the
winning linemen, they had nothing left
to fall back upon. Schutte circled their
strong ends for long gains, and scoredi
two touchdowns by running the flanks.
He scored the third from the one yard
line on a plunge. Lidberg and Grahami
intercepted two of Grange's far-famed,
passer and turned them into scoring
opportunities for the inspired Gophers,
(Continued on Page Seven)
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FREShMAN NUMERALS
Winners of Freshman cross I
{ country sweaters should report
r at the field h9use any afternoon
from 3 to 5 "o'clock this week
except Saturday, to get measured
for their jersies.

(Special to The Daily)
Iowa City, Ia., Nov. 17.-Coach Ing
i werson ran his Iowa squad through a
tough first day schedule here this
1 afternoon in preparation for the
game with MiclAgan.
Coach Ingwerson drilled especially
on a defense to break up the power-
ful Michigan passing attack which
Iowas scouts at the Wolverine-Buck-
eye contest reported to be more for-
midable than a play by play account
of thae game would indicate. The Iowa
mentor believes that Captain Steger
will be back at his old occupation Sat-
urday of grabbing off Friedman's long
passes and so is building a spegial de-
fense for the Wolverine star.
Neither the coach nor the players
were praticularly elated over Iowa's
1 21 to 7 win over the Wisconsin eleven,
believing that Saturday's contest will
require a better brand of play than
that shown against the Badgers.

as Opportunity
d TitleIn R w W VE EPASSES
Their offense has been their defense,

As' it took the field in the Ohio
adium last Saturday the Michigan
akm was as formidable as any eleven
hich Michigan has possessed in
rars. It is furthermore true that the
hio team which went down to a 16-
defeat was much better than the
am which was beaten by one of
chigans' greatest teams of all time
ro .years ago on the same ground,
-0. The coaches realize that with a
w rough spots smoothed off Mich-
an's Varsity is now just about as fit
meet the Hawkeyes as it ever will
provided that the team can keep
pthe pace.
The forward pass attack will again
stressed this week in the practice
ssions with the hope that the
aves of Friedman will get a little
er reception at the hands of the
hier Wolverines than they did in the
st half last week. No less than 10
chigan passes were incomplete in
e second quarter of the Ohio game
d at least eight of them were all
;ht as far as the sending end was
ncerned. Friedman's reputation as
e leading student of the forward
ss in the country suffered not a bit
cause of the failure of the attack
the second period, however. The
en on the receiving end of the pass-
failed in their performances until
ings got going in the third quarter.

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Grange, IllI......78
Rockwell, Mich .77
Baker, N.W.....54
Gallivan, Ill.46
Schutte, Minn. ...42
Harmeson, Purd. 38
Lorber, Ind.......36
Britton, Ill. ......31
Parkin, Ia. ......30
Steger, Mich. ....30
Thomas, Chi. 50
Sloate, Ind......29
D. Harmon, Wis. .27
Harris, Wis. ....25
McCarty, Chi. ....24
Marks, Ind. .....24
Hancock, Ia. ....21
Klee, Ohio......20

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Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Phi Kappa Psi.
Sigma Chi vs. Sigma Nu.
Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Winners of
Phi Kappa Tau and Phi Gamma Del-
ta game.
FRESHMAN BOWLING
Those men who have not yet turned'
in their qualifying scores for the
Freshman group teams will be given
a final chance to do so tonight and
Wednesday night. All freshmen group
men are urged to enter this tourna-
ment, and try for a place on their
group teams. Turn all scores in to
the man at the desk at the bowling
alleys. Regular group games will
commence on Thursday night..
All members of Freshmen Group

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TECHNIC NOTICE S
Three sophomores and four
second semester freshman eng-
ineers are needed on the staff of
The Michigan Technic. Tryouts
are requested to call at room
3038, East Engineering building1
any time after 4 o'clock.

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his fact was due to several causes, I including those whose names begin
iief among which was over-confid- with A, B, I C are expected to bowl FRATERNITIES SORORITIES
ic"- ore game apiece at the Union alleys let
Although Rtockwell with his ten before Wednesday night. The fiveC NIE'
oints and Friedman with his beau- highest scorers will be selected as MICHIGAN MEN
ful passes, off tackle dashes, and members of the Group I bowling .. ay for tha Prty
reat defensive work took the center t;am. Scores must be handed in to i For Eng eienxs (a l
.attention it was Michigan's Iin( the men in charge of the alleys di-
id the dashing character of Marion's rectly after the frames have been
ay from the fullback position that bowled. Read the W ant Ads
ally made possible Michigan's wint
be line never played before s i~
ayed Saturday and "Dutch," realiz- '
g that his chance to make his seask
z a real success was at hand, kep'
i a drive at the forward wall that"
ade first down after first down au
pt the ball away from the Buck-'
'es. He seemed to have the sameI
gn on the Ohio team that Lidberg
d on Michigan in the Minnesota(I
ime and he made the most of hzi "9
i;"e Everything in the Line of Athletic Equipment
Much credit is due the Buckeye
am. With one of the most miserable and Student Supplies
cords in the school's history behind
this season, and with defeats at the
,nds of little Wooster and the weak
diana teams at its bacrk, the Buck- errill Pratt Jack Dunnc
e team kept the Wolverines guess- D
g until the game was over and made
em feel for a time that Omio was Phones299-j332 South State Street
ing to take its place beside the Il-
ai. It was only stubborness on the __________/./...I_./1,". ___:.,I/,..P/../1______________________
rt of Michigan until the attack got
wn to normal that prevented the
arlet and Gray from doing what it
d set out to do.
Hunt is one of the flashiest backs
ho has opposed Michigan this year.
inninghanm is one of the finest ends
ho has given oppostion to Michigan,
is year. He is every bit as good as.
idel or Rokusek. The rest of the,
lio team outplayed itself. Hunt got
vay for 55 yards on one occasion-
d Cunningham was the picture of
d Grange when he snatched Hunts
ss and tore away at the start of the<
me for 45 yards and a goal.."
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dichigan's cross country hopes for
xt season were raised by the good
)wing of the men who placed in
freshman cross country race last
iday.
VeIls, the winner, covered the two
i eight tenths miles course in the
t time of 15:14. Hills and Brown
k second and third respectively,
I are considered good prospects of

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