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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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RAND HAWKETES SET
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To Bear Brunt
BBESHlMEN DEFEAT RESERVES BY'
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to Finish Workouts
Light Drill This
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QUAD IN GOOD SHAPE
[ichigan's. Varsity will put the fin-
ng touches on its preparation for
Hawkeye game this afternoon on
ry field with a light signal drill
following the workout will go to
Barton Hills country club to stay'
iLgame time.
he last hard workout of the sea-
was held yesterday afternoon
n the coaches put the team
>ugh an extensive study of both
Iowa offense and the Michigan at-
r. Considerable time was spent on
sing, drop kicking and punting.
ch Marion was also given some
her pointers on the line plunging
te and the forward wall was given
ard workout by Coaches Wieman
Emery.
rith- a possible chance of taking
Conference title at stake, the Wol-
nes are scheduled to put every-
g they have in the way of an of-.
ive into the game. Iowa boasts a
ng line attack and something in
way of a passing offensive which
been kept covered up in prepara-
for tomorrow's game. As a result,
he suspicion that Iowa will re-
to something in the way of an I
a game in case the' Michigan line
s up tb its reputation and holds
Hawkeye forward wall Michigan's
ches this week have spent consid-
1e time in perfecting the pass de-
e.
hie Michigan pass defense was as
d in the Ohio game as the offense
poor in the first half. Only a
of Buckeye heaves got away and.
r one of them was dangerous. The
T good pass that Hunt managed
get completed for the Buckeyes
e at the start of the game and
good for a touchdown. Later in
game every man on the Wolverine
ad was watching the opposing
ks for passes and six of them
e intercepted.!
he Michigan passes in the -IowaI
e should be the best of the sea-
Not only will Friedman be in
best condition of the year but
e will be a number oftother Mich-
backs who may help him out.'
ker, Rockwell, and Steger are ally
I forward passers, although they
the method of Friedman, whose
>us "soft ball" has in three weeksE
(Continued on Page Seven)

GIVEN GREAT SENDOFF
(Special to The Daily)
Chicago, Ill., Nov. 20.-Iowa's Var-
sity football team arrived here today,
enroute to Ann Arbor, and held a
workout in the Grant Park Munici-
pal stadium this afternoon. They will
leave here tonight for Ann Arbor,
where they will hold a light practice
on Ferry field tomorrow afternoon.
Coach IngwersonIdevoted the stop
over session to getting the kinks out
of his men and drilling them still
farther in the art of breaking up the
Michigan passing attack. The bulk of
this work will fall to the much touted
I-awkeye line which the Iowa mentor
feels confident will be able to break
through the Michigan forward wall
and either nab Friedman or force
him to ground the ball.
Captain Parkin, Scantlebury, Fry,
and Graham will carry the bulk of
the offensive work for the Hawkeyes
with Hancock ready to drop back
from the tackle position and add a
fe, pcints via the drop kick method
whenever the opportunity offers itself.
The Iowa attack will be chiefly com-
posed of straight football, as their
passing department has not been
functioning properly this season.
Three thousand football fans last i
night packed the Men's gymnasium
to give the Iowa football team the'-
wildest demonstration ever tendered l
an Iowa eleven prior to a game.
After the meeting the cheering root-
ers paraded through the streets, dis-
playing in a spectacular fashion the
revived Iowa spirit, when they tiredl
of this a huge bonfire was built and
a second mass meeting held.

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Benny Friedman
Michigan's great forward passing
halfback is counted upon heavily in
tomorrow's clash with Iowa, inasmuch
as Coach Little is planning on using
the aerial attack extensively against
the Hawkeyes.
HARRIERS SET FORH
Five Mile Course to be lnspeted by
Contesta nts in Cars
Today
15 TEAMS ARE ENTERED
All of the 14 visiting teams enter-
ed in ' thet Conference championship
cross country race to be held over the
Ferry field course tomorrow morning
are expected to arrive today in time
to be shown around the five mile
course in cars that have been pro-
vided.
Wisconsin is the only 'team that
zuns, the day before a race. Most
coaches feel that it is better for their
men to conserve their strength and
allow them to rest. Coach Farrell
feels that his men are in such good
condition that he is giving them a two
day rest.
Arrangements are being made to
give the teams a banquet at the Un-
ion after the rage, and in the after-
noon, they will be the guests of the
Athletic association at the football
game.
SThe race will start promptly at 11
o'clock as arrangements have been
made with the Ann Arbor railroad
officials to keep the crossing the run-
ners must cross clear for only a few
minutes. The finish is to be on the

0o h I wVW W 9 I= 1.011.,.ugiuWr{Am I UNEW1UW
. Coach Mather's freshman team de- through the Reserve secondary de-
feated the Reserves 6-0 in the annual fense for a score. Fuller's attempt at
game between the scrubs and the first 1 a placement for the extra point was
year men yesterday arternoon at low.
Ferry field. The scrubs kicked off, and after
Although Ray Fisher's aggregation i two plays, Fuller punted but of
outplayed the yearlings all the way bounds on his own 45 yard line. On
through the last half after the victors the first Reserve play, Sponseller
had scored their lone touchdown, they passed to Hoffman for a seven yard
were unable to muster sufficient gain. Weber smashed through the
punch to put the ball over the goal line for first down. Hoffman hit thei
line. A pass attack was working well line for four yards, Weber added four
for the losers, and they punctured more, and Hofman duplicated for first
Stheiropponents' line with regularityI down on the 25 yard line. Weber
in the last two periods, but the fresh-]went through for three more, and
man defense stiffened as soon as their Sponseller added four. Weber made
goal was tjreatened. one yard, then was stopped by the
The only' score of the contest came mass, and the ball went over on the
in the early moments of the third frosh 16 yard line. Afte. an exchange
quarter. Fuller kicked off to the Re- of punts, the Reserves took the ball
serves to open the half. Weber and on their own 37 yard line. A pass
Hoffman made a first down on two ( from Garber to Sponseller netted nine
plays. Three plays failed, and Hoff- yards, and Weber hit the line for first
man fell back to punt. His effort was down. Sponseller was nailed for an
poor, due to the fact that the oppos- eight yard loss on the next play. Gar-
ing linemen rushed him, and the ber passed to Hoffman for nine yards,
freshmen took the ball on the Re- and Hoffman added five more after
serve 48 yard line. Matheson hit the being forced to run on an intended
line for a yard, then Remsejeff was pass play. The freshmen were pena-
drawn back from the line to pass. He lized five yards for offside and the
shot the ball to Babcock, the year- scrubs had the ball, first down on
ling quarterback, for 11 yards, put- the yearling 41 yard line. Two passes
{ing the ball on the 37 yard mark. failed, but a third, Sponseller to Gar-
3abcock sneaked through the line for ber gained eight yards. Sponseller
two yards, after which Remsejeff was stopped for no gain on the next
was again called back. This time he play, however, and the ball went to
passed to Matheson, who received the the freshmen. After Fuller punted the
tall on the sideline and dodged ball out of freshman territory, theI

losers opened up their aerial attack Remsejeff......LT.......Goldstein
again, but the game ended with the !Nbj r ... ....LG. .....McCaffree
ball in the freshmen's possession on Tisted..................Jones
their own 44 yard line, Bolton having Johnson.......IG.......Shoenfeld
broken up the Reserve attack by in-'Oade .... .....liT....... sc.hmeigle,
tercepting a pass. N icke rson.. ....lE. .......Ferenz
Play was even throughout the first Babcock.......QB......Sponseller
half, each team making one firstIFuller..........H..........Garber
down. Weber carried the ball through Bybee ......... RH........Hoffman
the yearling's line for the Reserves' I Matheson.......F......... Weber
first down, while Babcock's 10 yard
run around left end gave the winners Brussels, Nov. 20.-Giacomo Puc-
theirs. In the last two periods, the cini, famous Italian operatic com-
losers made six first downs to one poser, is in a clinic hereabout to un-
for their opponents. Their yardage dergo a serious operation for laryn-
from scrimmage was far greater, but geal trouble.
they lacked the punch, to score. In
the second period, Garber attempted Rome, Nov. 20.- Deputy Guiseppe
a drop kick from the yearling 40 Lanza di Trabia, in a letter to the
yard line, but the kick was short. Iascisti party directory, " announced
Thelineup: his resignation from the party.
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Socialists, speaking before the Uni-
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fall of the Facismo.
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