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THEIF MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESD1AY, OCTOBER t27 1,0)21

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ly Jaeques O'(rady another Wolverine player in bringing
Great Lakes 'Naal Training Band 0i Michigan's Varsity football eleven a rival player to the ground, invaria Winner lo Meet Schaffer in Matches
1!0 Pieces Will Encourage has relegated thre result of Saturday's for a loss. ioorrow, While Runner-izp
Annapolis Eleven tudy ill P y o p
encounter with Illinois to the files1 And often during the contest, Brownl
and is now concentrating its efforts was one of a host of Wolverine play-,
WILBUR MAY SEE GAME {on the important intersectional clashi ers to cover an Illini back, when itj LUMLEY, MEYER MEET
with the Navy on Saturday. was impossible to make accurate
Michigan will play the most color- Yesterday's alternating rain and computations. Lumley will meet Meyer in the finalI
fill game on her schedule next Sat- snow did not permit of an outdoo-r Bo Molenda was another Wolverine match ot the Union billiard tourney
urdayagainhstthe United States Naval practice, so Coach Yost sent his play who gave a marvelous exhibition of tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Meyer won
r ers through their regular drill in the defensive play. "Battering Bo," as a !ie right to meet Lumley in the final
academy football team. The Navy is Yost fild house well known Chicago sports writer has match by his victory over Metler in
considered one of th'a outstanding oIThe greater termed the husky fullback, accounted the semi-finals held last week.
teams of the east Tboasting victories grt rpartof the afternoons for six clean tackles unassisted and Tomorrow, the winner of the cam-
over William tand Mary, Marie workout was in charge of Coach was aided on another, besides snar- pus honrs will meet Young Jake
Washingtoncolege, and a rtietgame say ite. waoistrct s th a ing no less that five Illinois passes: Schaeffer in two exhibition matches,
Washngto colege anda *ie gmeity in the various formations that G
with Princeton. a eployed y.George Babcock and Benny Ooster- while the runner-up will have the op-
I is notdefinty known whether e odby the Annapolis eleven. baan were each credited with five in- portunity to play in two games against
or not Secretary of the Navy Curtis aronce, but he returned with a wealh dividual tackles and three assists, Willie Hoppe.
D. Wilbur will beo able to come to the bwhile Sid Dewey, who went in to fill! There will be two exhibitions tomor-
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of foratiodingtheeneralthe gap caused by the injury of Tom row, the first at 4:30 o'clock at which
game, but there are many other offic- IgacusdbthinryoTm
ials of AnnpolisI who will witness the Play of Micnhigan s next opponents Edwards, accounted for five tackles 50 cents admission will be charged.
contest. Coimadawhoil idshi-and alsts nand two assists, the bulky guard and the other at 7:30 o'clock with the
men, Captain Sinclair Gannon, with Na iy th .,playing the greatest game in his ca- admission at 75 cents. Tickets may
a at f35paes oahsad Fllowvin-, the instruction, the squad er be purchased at the Union desk.
a party of 85 players, coaches and was divided up into three elevens and reer. Both purcaes aeUnteaionaesk.
trainers will come here as well as Ad- sent through asnappysignal drill Akn B t partstsare finternationally
miral L. M. Knowlton, superintendent for a half hour with the quarterbacks dAn unusual play was made in Satur- d to e
ofIte ac a calling for all the plays in their! furtohersinbyhe Iber i 1 tmanahis ivn
Th 1lchg News bureau, ,under repetoie. olverine punter. Gilbert kicked off I fute ntel lghttanhs v
the direction of Phillip C. Pack, is reto Grange in the second half, and al, Iloppe. At San Francisco, in 1921,
thebdirectionhef Philsi C.n Pk,--1F then spri nted down the field and Schaeffer set a world's record of 51
publishing the largest souvenir pro-t. That Michigan possesses one of the tackled the Illini flash. 1-7 average in a 4,000 point game
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MUSKEGON, Oct. 26. - Muskegon COLUMBUS, Oct. 2t.-A throng of
high teams during the last few years 70,000 appears assured for the Ohio
have been noted for their ends. Mus- State-Illinois ,ootl c re
kegon game Michigan its-regular ends, Stoe-21..Thfotbal o fi thr
Flraan Ostraa. oterunNov. 21. The ticket sale to dale. II
Flora and Oosterbaan. Cotie, running D. Taylor, dispenser, explaine'. in
mate of Ooosterbaan on the Muskegon i the neighborhood of 40,000(. Ther num-
eleven for three years, is playing end!;heferanntset4i, 400T , ;nei
a portion of the time for Zuppke at ber of permanent seats is 64,(j00 and
Illinois. In addition Bovik, another the emergency capacity much greater
end, is playing that position for North- than that, so there is much room ie.
'The game will mark the final appear-
western. Muskegon has two star ends
this year. They are Nelson and De- ance of "Red" Gf~ange, as a player.
Lore.

Jake Schaeffer
Young Jake Schaeffer, internation-
al star and world's 18:2 balkline bil-
liard champion, will play either Meyer
of Lumley in two exhibition matches
tomorrow afternoon and evening at

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illustrations of the academy and Mich-
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The Great Lakes Naval Training
band of 100 pieces, which is the same
band that John Phillip Sousa made
famous duringtthe war, will furnish
the music for the Navy.
The Navy is coached by Jack Ows-
ley, who was a football player at Yale
and graduated from that school back
in 1905. The year after graduation
he became freshman coach at the
Navy, a position which 'he held until
1919, when he was elevated to head
coach. Bob Folwell, who coached
previous %o 1919, is still connected
with the team in an advisory capacity.
INDIINAMENTOR
I11SSUESMAT CAL
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 26. -
Coach Omar Held will issue his firstI
call for wrestlers at Indiana univer-
sity tomorrow.
The Crimson, which won a co-
championship with Illinois last year,
and the year before, will be minus
many of the grapplers who made the
ties possible, andno titular honors for
the Hoosiers are being forecasted be-
fore available material is given a try
out.

this season was apparent on Satur-
day, when Captain Bob Brown cov-
ered himself with glory by smashing.
through the strong Illinois line time
after time to bring down the Illini
ball carriers behind their own line of
scrimmage.
According to careful figurescomn-
piled during Saturday's game, Brown
made six lean r tacklesunassisted,
and on five occasions coupled withI
TEAMS MUST PLAY TODAY
Forty-one teams are entered in the
interfraternity handball tournament
which began yesterday. The contest
will be straight elimination and the
first round must be played off and
reported to the Intramural office by
tomorrow afternoon. Four men must
be on each team, and they must playl
two singles and one doubles match.
The schedule of first round matches
is as follows: Kappa Nu vs. Sigma
Nu, Sigma Phi vs. Delta Chi, Phi
Sigma Delta vs. Nu Sigma Nu, Phi
Gamma Delta vs. Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon, Phi Kappa vs. Delta Tau Upsilon,!
Beta Theta Pi vs. Phi Kappa Tau.
Theta Kappa Nu vs. Delta Upsilon,
Theta Delta Chi vs. Phi Kappa Sigma,
Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Theta Chi, Tau
Epsilon Phi vs. Phi IAambda Kappa,
Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Sigma Alpha Ep-

SE1O019KOSTOS LEADS
LEWISBURG, Pa., Oct. 26.-Anthony
"Shorty" Kostos, brilliant tackle and
captain of the Bucknell team, is the
second of the Kostos clan to captain
an Orange and Blue eleven. His
brother, Joe Kostos, was one of the
mightiest backfield men ever turned
out by the Lewisburg, Pa., institution
of learning.
It is the only time in the history of
I football at Bucknell university that
,two brothers have hadthe proud dis-
tinction of captaining the college el-
even.
Anthony, like his brother Joe, was
graduated by Mount Carnel high
school, where he gained undying
fame as a grid performer.n=
When "Shorty" went to Bucknell
he was a backfield man, but Coach
Charley Moran, former Centre col-
lege coach, converted him into the
great lineman that he is today.
As a leader, his sterling generalship
was uncovered in the Rutgers-Buck-
nell game of 1924, when the Bisons
upset the football world. by licking
Rutgers, 10 to 0.
Anthony is also a star on the base-
ball field, on the track and on the
basketball floor.
With a goodly number of fast and
scrappy fighters in training and more
expected, Ted Sullivan, boxing instruc-
tor, hopes to build up a team which
will follow the lead of last year's
squad and win the state boxing cham-
pionship. Training sessions are open
from 9 until 5 o'clock. The men skip
rope, shadow box, punch a light bag
for speed and then a heavy bag for
power, do road work, and finish with
a few rounds under Sullivan's watch-
ful eye.

mYans,ma ingign runsI the Union billiard room. Schaeffer
of 394 and 278. A short time later t
in New York he chalked up an un-j is one of the foremost cue exponents
heard of run of 480. of all time. He proved himself to be
I talented enough to displace Hoppe,
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 26.-The holder of. the record for 18 years. Jake
Turkish Women's association has also has a record run of 480 in actual
asked the governmentsthat permission competition.._
be given its members to hold meet-I
ings in mosques for the purpose of Next week in East Lansing, the
debating questions affecting the pub- Michigan State college will confront
lic interest. Colgate and Tryon.

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Captain Swain did not return to silon, Pi Kappa Alpha vs. Alpha Rho
school and his loss is certain to be Chi, Delta Phi vs. Sigma Pi, Alpha
felt. J. Held, who won eight straight Chi Rho vs. Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi1
bouts; Clifford Hoffman, and Captain Beta Delta vs. Chi Psi, Sigma Phi Ep-
Reed are all lost by graduation. silon vs. Delta Alpha Epsilon, Alpha
The schedule will not be definitely iTau Omega vs. Phi Kappa Tau, PhiI
arranged until the conference meet- Mu Alpha vs. Phi Chi.
ing of coaches in December. Dates
are pending with Iowa, Purdue, Mich- DENVER, Colo., Oct. 26. - Wayne
igan, Michigan Aggies, Northwestern, Big" Munn, the Nebraska giant,
Chicago and Oklahoma. pinned the shoulders of. Joe "Toots"
Candidates for the 158 pound event iMondt, Colorado cowboy, to the mat1
are, Lehr, Peck, Drollinger, and Rus- twice in 40 minutes and won a spec-
sell Fewel, tacular wrestling match, here last
In the 135 pound class Kenneth night.
Props, Clarence Forkner, and Phillip
Eviston, are available. Forkner was E
state champion while in high school WRESTLING CANDIDATES
and was an outstanding member of A c thV
the freshman team last season. Adteshou eetat
Ralph Wilson, Conference champion wrestlng team should meet at
In 1924, and:Floyd Childs, who wrest- 7:30 o'clock tomorrow in roopm
led last year When Wilson was ineli- 316 at the Union for an organiza-{
gible, are scheduled to compete in tion meeting. Workouts will be-
the 175 pouind class, gin at once and all candidates
For the 145 pound, Held will have i should attend this meeting. {
Ralph Saul, an "I" man last year; H. Tad Wiernan, Asst. Director of
Held, and Arbin Wampler. Athletics.
Fred Clark, and Stanley Stohr, and
LawrenceGireen will turn out for the
125 pound elass. Clark won the in--
tramur championship last season.-
Eberlitrepresented Indiana at
115 pou ast year. Other candi-
dates inhis event are, William
Schoolfield, and Ralph Lynch.J
Fisher, White, and Cole, are heavy-
weight possibilities.
Coach Matt Mann will hold the(
fourth weekly swimming meet Thurs-
da- night in the Union pool, and will O
feature the meet with a water polo
contest, which will be staged between
the Varsity and freshman teams. This
year will be the first that water
polo is to be a recongnized sport in
the Big Ten, and Coach Mann is*
developing the team for the Big Ten
competition.
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 26.-Max Carey,
captain of the world's champion Pitts-
burgh Pirates, taken to a hospital Sat-
urday suffering from pleurisy, believed
to be the outcome of an injury re-

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Elimination play for the champion-
ship of the interfraternity speedball
tournament will begin this afternoon
when Kappa Nu plays Tau Epsilon
Phi and Phi Sigma Delta meets Phi
Chi. There are ten teams which will
play in this final round, which will
be run on straight elimination basis
to determine the chamiponship.
California has not been scored upon
in college contests, while Iowa has
been scored upon by Illinois, Colum-
bia only by Ohio State and Dartmouth l
only by Harvard.

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