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THEIF MICIGCAN DAILY

THURSflDAY, OCTO IEiR l15, 1925

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Yost to Start R. Babcock at Tackle
In Place of Oade 1i Opening
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33 MEN TO MAKE TRIP

By George Dennis
Sports Editor Daily Cardinal
MADISON, Oct. A.-With the first,
two preliminary games out of the way
Coach George Little and his Cardinal
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Thirty-three Varsity football men,
accompanied by cocahes ,trainers and their task in earnest to prepare them-;
the manager will entrain for Madi- selves for the battle royal Saturdayl
son at 11 o'clock tonight at the Michi- which will tell whether the claws of
gan Central station, arriving at the the Badger or the fangs of the Wol-
Wisconsin capitol Friday noon. verine shall triumph in the homecom-
The men making the trip are as ing game to be played at Camp Ran-
follows: dall before 40,000 eager football fans
Hoffman, Babcock, Gilbert, S. Bab this Saturday.
cock, Baer, Brown, Dewey, Gregory, For the first time this season the
Edwards, Friedman Grube Hawkins, Badgers worked far into the night
Flora, Herrnstein, Fuller, Lovette, aided by a dozen high powered flood
McIntyre, Miller, Molenda, Oade, Oos- lights and the phantom ghost ball.
terbaan, Palmer, Parker, Puckelwartz, Wisconsin has not scored a victory
Schoenfeldt, Stamman, Thisted, W. over a Maize and Blue team since
Webber, and H. Weber. 1899 and that fact combined with the
The remaining four men will be impressive Michigan victory over In-
chosen from among eight candidates, liana a week ago has caused many
four of them going to Wisconsin and to believe that the odds heavily favor
the remainder making the Illinois trip. Coach Yost to hang another defeat
The eight men from which these will on the Cardinal team but not so with
be chosen are Heath, Coventry, Gabel, the team, Coach Little and the stu-
Grinnell, Heston, Nickerson, Garber dent body.
and Palmeroli. Tightening their belts another notch
Yesterday's practice consisted of and setting their jaws a bit more
drilling the men in fundamentals, and determinedly the Badger eleven start
wound up in a secret session be- their work this week firm believers
hind closed gates on Ferry field. In in the old adage that nothing is im-
this, a red -jersied team went through possible to he who works.
the Wisconsin plays that were un- Monday, the reserves, rigged up in
earthed by Michigan scouts against Michigan uniforms, were pitted
the blue team composed of first string against the varsity and opened upi
men. with a dazzling array of plays used!
Early in the afternoon all the line by the opposition. After a long drill
men .were put through a fast scrim- on defense Coach Little gave his men
mage in which freshman stars at- the ball and sent his backs charging
tempted to make gains through the i against the enemy's line.
line. The freshman backs found the The one important aim of the Badg-
Varsity line difficult to pass. er coaching staff is to create an im-
The line up for the Badger game pregnable defense against Benny
will be the same as that which started Friedman, the passing ace of the
the Indiana contest, with the excep- Michigan stronghold, and Oosterbaan,
tion of Babcock at tackle instead of phenomenal receiver of Friedman's
Oade, as the latter was slightly in- tosses. So far this task appears to
Jured in practice Monday. 1be a puzzler but there are five long
The Badger line up will be the same cdays yet in which to weave a net
as that which started against Frank- through which the Michigan passer
lin last week. cannot go.
Worries over the weakness of the
Badger line that was so apparent in
WORLD SERIES FIGURES I the Franklin game were dispensed
with the news that Nelson, Stipek,
Standing and Leitle will be available for line
Team Won Lost Pct. berths in Saturday's game. These
Pittsburgh.......3 3 .500 three stalwarts were out of the battle
Washington.......3 3 .500 Saturday and their absence was sadly
Sores of Gaines: missed.

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WALTER JOHNSON TO PITCH
FOR SENATOR NINE T01)AY IUU I I U
FORBES FIELD, Pittsburgh,
Oct. 14.-Following a consulta-
tion with both managers and
the umpires, Commissioner Lan-
dis, czar of mnajor leaguebase- r lto zai IO o Nwd' trough
ball, declared the seventh game Gaion, Meen Le rmen
of World series today postpon- Iepori to Mather
ed because of rain. The decis-
ion was reached at 2:30 o'- SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
clock after the playing field had
been drenched by a steady
hour's rain..With ,,candidates;reporting four
Both managers and spectators nights a week, Coach Mather has start-
were pleased with the postpone- ed his efforts to mold this mass into
ment which will give the _pitch- a winning five man combination which
ers,, Walter Johnson and Vic Iwill represent Michigan in basketball
Aldridge more rest before pitch- I
ing their third World series on the Conference courts this year.
game. Although six lettermen from last
Judge Landis announced that year's squad are among the candi-
the game will be played tomor- dates reporting to Coach Mather, thej
row, weather permititng. j team lost considerabie strength
through graduation. The loss of Capt.
George ilaggerty, all-Conference for-
word, will prove a serious blow to tjie
team. Ilaggerty was an excellent de-
"ensive player and a dangerous man
mn the offense being one of the lead-1
ing baske , scorers in the Conference.
WISCON SIN ROHID. TEAMSReason and Landre, also regulars last
1year, have been lost through the di-
When the Wolverines battle the i ploma route.
adgers at Madison Saturday, it will The regulars reporting to Coach
e the twelfth meeting of the respec- Mather are: Caotain Doyle, center;
ive teams since the beginning of !Chambers, forward; -(erry, guard; j
>otball relations in 1892. 1 Line, forward; llutzel, forward; and
Grid records show that Michigan Kinsel, forward. Morgridge, a regular
as an advantage over the Wisconsin two seasons ago, is again eligible and
eams in victories in the past meet- is working out with the team. In
ngs. Since 1892 Michigan. has won addition, Rasnick, Ginn, and F. Kin-
of the 11 games played. sel, "AMA" men last year, are all
Wisconsin has been unable to de- i eligible for play again this season.
eat a Michigan team since Yost first Numeral winners from last year's
ssumed his duties as the Wolverine freshman squad, with the exception of
oach in 1901. In that course'of time a few men who are out for football,
he Cardinals have failed to win a have all reported for Varsity prac-
ingle victory ahd have been able to tice. The schedule for 1926 follows:
core only 16 points. Jan. 9, Northwestern, there; Jan. 11,
The results of the games between Iowa, here; Jan. 18, Illinois, here;
le two teams are as follows: Feb. 8, Minnesota, here; Feb. 13, Iowa;
ichigan Wis5consinI there; Feb. 15, Minnesota, there; Feb.
10 1892 6 20, Ohio, there; Feb. 22, Wisconsin,
18 1893 36 here; Feb. 26, Illinois, there; March
5 1899 17 1, Wisconsin, there; March 6, Ohio,
6 1902 0 here; March 8, Northwestern, here.
16 1903 0
28 1904 0 13 1922 6
12 1905 0 6 1923 3

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I FARRELL, NINE HARRIERS
TO MAKE WISCONSIN TRIP I
Coach Farrell and nine mem-
bers of the Maize and Blue cross
country team will accompany the {
Wolverine football squad to Mad-,
ison for the opening harrier meet
with the Badgers on Saturday
morning.
The men who have won places
on the team are: Captain Calla-
han, Reinke, Briggs, Hornberger,
Jung, Pfluke, Hill, Baker, and
Iskenderian.
The team will walk over the
I Badger course inmediately upon
its arrival at Madison in order
to be familiar with the course
before the race the next morning.

An interesting side-feature of the
Big Ten season this year will be thel
attention given several sophomores!
who are expected to make bids for
fame. Four of these stars hail from
Cedar Rapids, Ia., noted nationally for
the- phenomenal success of its football
and track teams in recent years. Only
one, however, has chosen to play for
his state institution.
At Iowa, Kutsch and Cuhel are mak-
ing strong bids for permanent berths.
Kutsch, the Sioux City flash, is rapid-
ly developing into a triple threat man,
being rated by many as a passer sec-
ond only to Duval, of Chicago, and
Friedman, of Michigan. Cuhel pos-
sesses a world of speed and may be-
come a clever end runner. Cuhel for-
merly starred at Cedar Rapids.
Murrell, another Cedar Rapids flash,
is expected to make football history
at Minnesota this fall. Murrell is a
190 pound linef plunger and comes

to the Varsity well heralded from the
freshman team.
Wisconsin's most highly touted
sophomores are Borofsky, a quarter-
back, and Crofoot, a half-back from
Mason City, Ia. Crofoot seems almost
certain to see action from one of the
half posts.
Elmer Marek, also of Cedar Rapids,
is perhaps the most talked of second
year man in the Conference. Marek
led the Buckeye, attack against the
Chicago Maroons last Saturday and
proved to be a strong triple threat
man.
Yeisley, the fourth Cedar Rapids
man, is considered a likely end can-
didate at Chicago.
Yale will meet Penn on the grid-
iron Saturday at New Haven for the
first time in the past 31 years.
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With less than one minute to play,
Sigma Alpha Mu scored one point and
beat Acacia in an interfraternity
speedball game yesterday afternoon
on South Ferry field. The "point was
made on a penalty kick after th'e
teams had played to a scoreless tie
during the rest of the game.
"Other results of yesterday's game
are: Phi Sigma Kappa 7, Pi Kappa
Alpha 2; Phi Mu Alpha 11, Alpha
Kappa Lambda 6.
Men who are entered in the inter-
fraternity cross country contest and
who want to play in the speedball
games may do so and count one full
game as one cross country practice.
In this case such men must report
to Charles Osborne, field manager, at
the' time of the game.
Madison, Oct. 14.-Twelve Wisconsin
harriers have been awarded red jer-
seys as a result of the trial run held
last Monday. During the week Coach
Burke will probably issue jerseys to
three more men, and from this squad
of 15 he will pick 10 men to run
against Michigan Saturday.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

Cedar Rapids Prep Stars
Bid For Fame On Big Ten Elevens

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First game-Washington 4, Pitts-
burgh 1.
Secornd game - Pittsburgh 3,
* Washington 2.
Third game - Washington 4,
Pittsburgh 3.
Fourth game - Washington '4,
Pittsburgh 0.
Fifth game-Pittsburgh' 6, Wash-
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Sixth game-Pittsburgh 3, Wash-
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Players' shame..........339,644.19
Each club's
share ....39,745.15 127,308.45
Each league's
share .....39,745.1,5 127,308.45.

Addison Conor, '28, turned in a card
of 67 in the golf -match between the
upper and lower classmen held over
the Ann Arbor golf course yesterday
afternoon. In spite of the slowness
I of the course, the sophomore star
went out in 32, and finished the last
nine holes in 35.
Colombes, France, Oct. 14.-Paoli,
France's premier weight man, broke
the French record today for the 16
pound shot put, heaving the ball 46
feet, 7 inches. Vandenberg, of 4ol-
land and Baroton, of France, featur-
ed in the sprints.

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