THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, x;925
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YELL OW SPRINGS, Ohio, Nov. 2.-
THE PRESS BOX
Coach Farei's Runners Preparing'
For the Triangular _ eet
Saturthay at Urbaia
EIGHT TO MAKE 'IRIP
With the Michigan State cross
country meet a thing of the past,
Coach Farrell's runners are now
training for the triangular meet to be
held next Saturday at Urbana, with
the Illini and the Ohio aggregations
y ive Payers (U Hoosier Teamii Antioch college has given up the great By Jiacques O'Grady vcjrine back sprinted for more than
That Beat fuckeyes Last Year American college game of football for The old "eighty-three" play, used ;i4 yards for a score.
To Ply 'his Week-end speedball, a combination of soccer ad .by Coach Yost for more than a gener- But Yost did not stop with "eighty-
basetal. Thislwadopedtw tio,.s perhaps the greatest single three" on Saturday. Determined to
basketbali. Fotzball was dropped two tckplay in the history of football. give the West the edge in intersec-
DOPE UPSET LAST YEAR years ago and announcement has This play, and slight. variations of tional contests, the Grand Old Man of
been made that speedball has been of- it, scored two touchdowns against the Michigan football provided his team
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 2.-Only ficially adopted as a substitute. Naval evelen Saturday, and placed with several of his best trick plays.
The new game was originated at the Michigan in a position for Friedman 1'arly in the contest Friedman call-
five of the Indiana university football: University of Michigan by Elmer D. to make his place kick that gave the cd for a place kick formation, with
players who were responsible for the Mitchell, director of intramural ath- Wolverines victory at Urbana. Gregory holding the ball, and himself
d fcat of Ohio State last year will be letics, several years ago and was in- Tlhe two fouchdowas Saturday back' to kick. Having kicked a goal
in the lineup of the "Scrappin' troduced here a year ago. bring the total of touchdowns scor- fromf ield against Illinois the week
Hoosier" next Saturday afternoon at Nimble footwork is a requirement, ed directly by the use of this de- previous, the Navy was all set for an-
and S. Knudsen, a member of the all- ceptive play by Jilchigaun teams to other kick. But instead, Gregory
Danies s" Danish soccer team for seven years, 54, aecording to Coach Yost. stood up with the ball and proceeded
laknieor Fser, Victor Salmi' has been engaged to train the play- Coach Yost first devised the play to sprint around the Navy's right end,
a , Frank Sibley are the orintet i, ersAi t hi de pae n Coah r when he was coaching at Ohio Wes- bringing the ball to the three yard
an,!rn ile r h quintet of of Antioch believes that speedb~all will leyn aki 87 n hnh ie
Indiana wairiors who will be given ceyn back in 1897, and when he line.
thecllnct todunicaP teirtrik. become one} of the most popular of came to Michigan in 1901, he achieved in19 ,-ve h aieeee
furnishing the opposition.
The team will leave Ann Arbor
Thursday night and will walk over the
course at Urbana Friday afternoon in
preparation for the race, which is
scheduled for Saturday morning pro-
ceeding the Illinois-Chicago grid bat-
tIe. Coach Farrell intends to take
about eight men to compete in this
The time announced for the winner
of last Saturday's meet, when the
Wolverines won by a 19-36 score,
was 23-17 4-5 for the three men tieA
for first place and not 21:7 4-5 as
Captain Callahan fell at the three
mile ark and consequently ruined
his chances for a victory. At the time
of the accident, he was tied for the
lead with three of his teammates,
Briggs, Reinke, and Horberger, who
finished in a triple tie for first place.
Callahan seems fated for this type of
break. Last year in the Conference
run he lost a shoe and, due to this
fact, Michigan was forced to accept
third place in the meet relinquishing
second honors to Iowa.
Next Saturday's meet appears now
to be anyone's race, as all three teams
are improving rapidly. Michigan
seems to hold the advantage over the
'Illini harriers while the Ohio men
have had little opportunity to show
their strength up to- date. It should
be a close race and a strong trial for
the Confeence run to be held in Ann
Arbor Saturday morning, Nov. 21, be-.
fore the Minnesota game.
BADGERS AND MINNESOTA
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 2.-Still un-
defeated in the Big Ten the University
of Iowa launched into the home
stretch of the Conference champion-
ship this afternoon, with Wisconsin
at Iowa City this Saturday, and Min-
nesota at Minneapolis the following
week, the remaining Big Ten games.
Nick Kutsch was out in a suit to-'
night and he will be ready to rear and
plunge through the Wisconsin line.
The rest that Cowboy has been forced
'to take has made him impatient and
he is anxious to get back into the
A number of reserves who have
worked faithful all season were giv-
en i taste of college football last Sat-
urday and they rendered good ac-
counts of themselves.
Cuhel, Fry, O'Neal, D. Smith, and
Hogan took turns in taking the ball
over the Indiana line. These backs
will undoubtedly be the nucleus of
next year's backfield.
In the line, Ma, Sowers, Ashen-
felter, Volitmer, Keel, Lambert, and
Eslick showed flashes of good stuff.
Excitement is beginning to gather
as the Wisconsin game approaches
as Coach George Little's Cardinals
will make a mighty stand to put Iowa
gout of the running.
HAMILTON, N Y., Nov 2-Edward
Chipman, regular guard of the Col-
gate varsity football team ,occupied
the pulpit of the First Methodist Ep-
iscopal church of Hamilton Sunday
night. Chipman was unable to accom-
any the Maroon eleven West for the
game Saturday with Michigan State
because of a dislocated shoulder.
Instead he spent the day in a foot-
ball scouting expedition at Syracuse
and returned to fill his pulpit engage-,
ment Sunday night. Chipman's home
is in Providence, R. I. He is in his
senior year at divinity schooNhere.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-Football con-
tests throughout the nation drew
crowds totalling more than a half
million persons, according to esti-
mates compiled here.
The Yale-Army game drew the big-
gest gate, about 78,000 persons filling
the Yale bowl to see the Army go
down to defeat. In Philadelphia 65,-
000 persons saw "Red" Grange lead'
Illinois to a victory over the Univer- I 1
When Michigan meets Northwestern1 team may do the- unexpected against
on Saturday the Wolverines will be the Yostmen.
faced with the problem of stopAnother aspect of the game o.n Sat-
ppingurday will be the clash between two
Ralph "Moon" Baker, Purple back- of the' greatest centers in the Confer-
field ace, who has been out with in- ence and probably the mid-west, Cap-
juries since the Chicago game three tain Brown of Michigan and Captain
weeks ago. Tim Lowery of Northwestern. Lowery
Baker was Grange's running mate. has been going at a fast pace all
l on the Illinois freshman team three season and will offer Brown the
years ago and was regarded as being, strongest opposition he has met this
on a par with Zuppke's great back. year in a rival pivot man.
However, he transferred to North-;
western without competing on thel
Illini Varsity. At Northwestern Ba lkerT
has kept up his good work and is a Club
genei'ally regarded as one of the best.
backs in the Conference.
Last year his work as a triple Justice Travis, '94L, of the Indiana
threat man aided Northwestern in be- Supreme court addressed members of
coming a team that had to be reckon- the Lawyer's club in the lounge room
ed with in football circles. It was, of the club before the game Saturday
largely through Baker that Coach afternoon. His talk was chiefly remi-
Thistlethwaite's eleven was ablo to niscent of his undergraduate days
hold Notre Dame to a 13 to 6 score.! here.
Baker started off well this year andl Chief Justice Macdonald of the
so did Northwestern, South Dakota Supreme court of Michigan was also
falling 14 to 7 in the first game of the expected to be a guest of the Lawyer's
season, and Chicago had to be con- club over the week-end to attend the
tent with a 6 to 0 score. In that game inauguration ceremonies, but was un-
Baker was 'hurt, and the Purple lost able to be present.
to Tulane the next week, but staged
a comeback against Indiana last Sat-. ROME, Nov. 2.-Signor Cremonesi,
urday minus the services of Baker, who has held the office of royal com-
and with their star back in the lineup missioner for the city, has been named
this week-end, Coach Thistlethwaite's governor of Rome.
lurit2'r: l CU1 Lill tiC 1lla . ic le e pV t0 ,a eL T - aV 1.1jG ccr e
scoege spors, immediate success with the play. He ored upon MIicligan early in the
L~ast year thne "Scrappin' Hoosiers." -__________
were doped to get a severe trouncing has been using the play almiost year' fray, the Woverines resorted to
at the hands of the Buckeyes but the and year out since 1901, and it nev- trick plays to overcome the Ma-
mighty band of crimson warriors er fails to at least gain some ground. rin'. early lead. The most suc-
Sswept Ohio State off its faet in theBoth Herrnstein and Leo Hoffman cessful that day was the fake llace
swest Ohio Stteoits f etaing steyT ran for touchdowns on the famoush ick, 'with Rockwell racing around
first few minutes and playing a steady play in Saturday's encounter, although his oplhonents' end for a score.
A few minutes after the game was the play was reversed when Hoffman! In 1921 the East borrowed the fake
A fejiue fe h aews made his run in the closing minutes jp
nder way Salmi shot a pass to Marks, , Twelve class teams are entered in ofathe snsplace kick for formation. Stan Keck,
this year's captain, who raced across the annual interclass speedway cham- j It is interesting to note that Al brilliant Princeton tackle and place
the oallineforthe irs Hooierkicker extraordinary, and Don Lourie,
he goat line for the first Hoosier plonships, the first games of which i Herrnstein, uncle of Bill Herrn- qua'terback, were All-Americans.
poits. The "Launtekd Ohiohlinewas nowill be played Wednesday, Nov. 4. stein, and one of Yost's great back- Against Yale in that year, Don Lourie
barrie to g Larry"Mas, nd ythe All students who wish to compete field shtrs, scored five touchdowns held the ball for Keck, apparently for
pounded through holes opened by the should call their respective calss on the "eighty-three" against e- a place kick. When the Elis forwards
viciou chai forway A 55 managers. The managers for the var- Jolt back in 1901, the very first year had charged in to block the kick,
yard run which paved the way for his ious classes are as follows: Literary Coach Yost came to Ann Arbor. Lourie stood up and, with Keck as in-
second touchdown was Mark's best college, seniors, Snyder, 9317; jun- In 1922, when Michigan was bending terference, ran for a touchdown.
contribution of the afternoon. He iors, Stoddard, 8917; sophomlores, Hun-! all efforts to defeat Ohio State at the
eluded the entire Buckeye machine in" 8812; architectural college, Richey, dedication of the new Buckeye stad-!
ghis longestsensational ru 9817; engineering college, seniors, J. m, Coach Yost dug down intoshit COLUMBUS, ., Nov. 2.-Ohio State
Kee slipped over for the only points Vose, 21695; juniors, W. Ardussi, 8266; bag of tricks and brought "out "eighty- university recently placed an order
scored by Ohio. sophomores, Tillotson, 8718; fresh- three." Early in the contest, Uteritz for 400,000 blue books in preparation
,man, WIolley, 4747; dental college, H. called for the play, giving the ball to for the mid-semester and final exami-
"The "Scrappin' Hoosiers" will! MacGregor, 5947; Medical school, J. Harry Kipke. nations. It is estimated that the an-
leave for Columbus, O., Thursday eve-! MacGregor, 5947; School of Educa- The Ohio left end, the entire nual cost of blue books to the univer-
ning, getting in the Ohio capital early tion, Shepard, 6683. Buckeye backfield was completely } sity is $2,500, more than two million
Friday for a workout in the stadium The schedule for Wednesday fol- sucked on' the play, and the Wol- sheets of paper being used.
that afternoon. About 30 players will lows: 4 o'clock, junior engineers vs.
make nuthe squad. It is probable architects; freshman engineers vs.
that the Indiana R. O. T. C. band, sophiomore lits; 4:45 o'clock, medics
which followed the team to North- vs. senior lits; education students vs.
western last week, will accompany freshman fits; junior lits vs. sopho- Fu sylesandualtypriced
the Hoosier gridders to Ohio. A more engineers.
special train carrying Hoosier rooters
is also a possibility. DETROIT, Nov. 2. - Twenty thou-,
sand school children are to receive
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 2.-Tablets tickets for the 1925-26 series of con-
containing the names of all those to certs by the Detroit Symphony or-
whom the Illinois stadium is dedicated chestra.
have been completed and placed in the
stadium. This puts the final touches Want a room? Read Page Seven
on the Illini gridiron. and use the Classified columns.-Adv.O
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