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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER E, ;1!25

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Herrnstein Replaces Gregory; Oter
Runored tliages Fail T
Materialize
EXPECT HARD GAME
Determined to conquer Northwest-
ern, and to keep its goal line uncross-
ed, Michigan's Varsity football squad
left last night for Chicago for to-
morrow's battle with the Purple.
The squad will arrive early this
morning in Chicago and will go at
once to the Cooper-Carleton hotel
which will serve as its quarters until
tomorrow night.
Coach Yost announced yesterday
that Bill Herrnstein who played a
spectacular game against the Navy
last week, will replace Bruce Gre-
gory at the left halfback position, as
Gregory is not in shape to play. Other
rumored changes in the backfield will
not take place, according to the Wol-
verine mentor.
"13o" Molenda, Louis Gilbert and
Benny Friedman will take theirtregu-
lar places unless last minute changes
are made.
A change will also be made in the
line, with Gabel displacing Sid Dewey
at guard, Jack Lovette switching to
left guard and Gabel taking Lovette's
place at right guard. George Bab-
cock and Harry Hawkins will take
their regular places at tackle, and
Flora and Oosterbaan will handle the
flanks. Tom Edwards wil not be used
in the contest.
A light kicking and passing drill
will be held at Soldier's field this
afternoon, with a short signal drill
closing the final workout before the
contest tomorrow.J
The Wolverines are entering the
fray tomorrow expecting a hard bat-
tle, as the latest reports state that
Ralph "Moon" Baker, the Purple back-
field lpminary, will take his regular
place on the field. No over-confi-
dence is being felt by the Michigan
eleven, despite its brilliant victories to
date.
PHI SIGMA DELTA WINS
OVER ALP1SIMAPHI
Phi Sigma Delta defeated Alpha
Sigma Phi by a 7-3 score in the semi-
final round of the inter-fraternity
speedball tournament played yester-
day.
The winners were off to a fast start
when a pass, Wilkoff to Mayer, ws
completed for a two point score. A
minute later Goldhammer added a
point on a drop kick. Alpha Sigma
Phi closed the scoring for the quar-
ter when Conlon made a short drop
kick.
During the early part of the third
quarter the ball was kept in the win-
ner's territory but close guarding pre-
vented a score. A pass Hitzig to
Mayer gave Sigma Delta at 5-1 lead
a the half ended.
The remaining part of the game was
featured by the close guarding of the
winning team. The losers repeatedly
worked the ball down the field only to
lose it when within scoring distance.
For the winners Desenberg was the
outstanding player on the defense
while Goldhammer and Mayer lead
the assault. The offense of the Alpha
Sigma Phi team was very strong but
the forward wall of the winners
pierced the defense on. too many oc--
casions.
Permanent Site
Is Located For
Stuffed Mascot

"Biff", the stuffed wolverine, mas-
cot of Michigan's teams, has been
placed in the center of the lobby of
the newly-decorated Administration
building, which will be his permanent
location. Trophies are also being
placed in the new cases on each side
of the lobby.
The wolverine, which is now stuffed,
was trapped by the Hudson Bay com-
pany in the far. North almost a year
after the request for one had been
made by the Athletic association.
However, he" isa a perfect specimen of
a full-grown male. The wolverine is
now extinct in the state of Michigan.
Grange is described as modest and
retiring. . . . There would be much
more joy on the campus at Pennsyl-
vania these days if he had retired a

x1 Ro r Fisll>1;.7Plans CailFor 0A
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iill e Mi h L9wilL SwiYing IMOJO
hage representation at Ca-Y
Ipiot II 01 irday whII li II-
pag n Sm Cituc ~ay e lAn 1ter1,ssxsw mm-ng me and
batihe ica o. Au interclass swimming meet and Coach Mann has completed arrange- squads being met in their respective
Pres. A'Iaax Mason, of the 1711 1. water polo match similar to the inter- -ools on Dec 23, 24 The squad will
ti eiI fraternity meet will be held under the meI for a Christmas vacation i s return to Ann Arbor immediately after
to see "lied" 'r-n in aa ctinxnig 1£trin) orthe Varsity swimming reuntAnAboim daelafr
auspices of the intramural department I r t i m the Toledo meet.
and GOvernor Snmu l tor fasquad wi ch will be-in Do--.If} and
j learn wh'ich of llBois' irgi at the Union pool if sufliieent interest end Dec. 21, and will include meets A pre-season training trip is an in-
tennis sthe ariliest, Hi soi is shown by the various classes to with four Y. \. 'C. A. teams, one ath- novation inii the history of swimming
and daughter will be with hi, warrant it, Coach Mann announced letic club, and tlie University of Pits- hga lutCo n has ex-
< Wires are becing puleil larg e- yesterday, burgh. pressed himself as being confident of
ly in hopeless attelpats, to land ietinder present plans, the class The squad which will make the trip the benefits which will be gained from
one or more of the 09,004) seats. will be composed of Coach Mann, it. Coach Mann said, "It will serve
I Long ago the ticket ofice de. of the Varsity swimming team with "l)oc " taads, and seven members of to keep the men in condition over the
da red tere weren't any u-ile the co-operation ofh the tho Vrsiiy squad. Tie team will holiday period, and it will also serve
Sixteen specil trains the class athletic comitte, leave hr on the 9th by motor and to relieve the strain of public per-
ing nnlae up here to aacc{mmilo- i numeral sweaters will be awarded to Will meet the Detroit Athletic club formance when the Conference teams
date fars, while the flief is I the members of the winning team by that night in the first of the series are met.
general that sritc on highways the intramural department. of con(iition jag meets. From there The team is working out daily at
to ChluipaIgi will be 'it a prent- The meet will consist of three they will motor to 'T'oronto to -meet Ithe Union pool and will continue to
Tiaa.a Iraces, fancy diving, a relay, and water the Toronto West Side Y. M. C. A. nat- do so until they leave for their vaca-
polo. All the races will be 25 yards ators, with the Erie Y. M. C. A. as tion trip. At present fundamentals
-- Iin length and will include the Three the next stopping -place of the tour. such as starting drills, correct turn-
Nove ,xP.r main strokes, free style, breast, and ""he *ni' ersity of Pittsburgh swim- ing, starting dives, and distance work
backstroke. In the fancy diving, four mers will form the opposition the comprise the daily workouts.
Held For Tank,, n dives will be required of each candi- fourth day of the trip with the Cleve-
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The relay will be 100 yards, each man
Four novelty races comprised the swimming 25 yards.
program of the all-campus swimming Each class must be represented by
meet which was held last night at the a water polo team. To further inter-
( est, the intramural department will
Union pool. pay the usual charge for using theI
The king pigeon race was won by pool the night of the meet. Coach
Richard Spindle, '29; John A. Thay- Mann would like to get in touch with II=--┬░
er, '29, won the ball race; Walter the chairmen of the, class athletic A--
Bromley, '27E, the feet first race; and ( committees so that definite arrange-
Murray the on your mark race, Ifments may be made in regard to the
The king pigeon race consisted of meet, practice periodl, and coaching.
standing with hand 'folded on one
side of pool, swimming to other side NEW YORK, Nov. 5. - Gertrude
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Star Runner
On Eve Of Meet
URBANA, Ill., Nov. 5.-Capt. Harold
White, star of the University of Illi-

Ohio, Ihio~ nl chigan hmae-
Over Five 'lile Cus
Tomorrow ornhing
BUCKEYES NOT IN SHAPE

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nois cross country team, was today Eight men of the Michigan cross
definitely declared unable to compete country team left last night for 'Ur-
in Saturday's triangular harrier meet
with Ohio State and the University of Dana where they:will engage with the
Michigan. Buckeyes and the Illini in a trian-
gular meet tomorrow.
White received several injuries Captain Callahan, Reinke, Ilornber-
when he fell in the Illinois-Iowa race I(gerger, Briggs, Baker, Jung, Isken-
held last Saturday but hopes that he I(lerian, and Thoits were the runners
would be in shape to run against the to malie the trip, accompanied by
two Big Ten invaders Saturday were Coac Farrell, Manager Buick, an d
held until the announcement today. Trainer Staads.
The loss of White will Weaken the j The men were sent through a stiff
Illini team considerably, as he has pace setting drill yesterday after-
been the outstanding performer of the noon as the finishing conditic'njug
team this season. The remiinder of touches.
the squad is in condition for the meet, After the race the teams are to at-
but is comprised of mediocre runners, ten the Chicago-Illinois foot13oll
and all expectations for a good show- ganm-V as guests of the Illini.
ing have been abandoned. The Michigan andI llinois tenis are
exp)ectedl to put up) a strong race to-
1171,morrow with Olio a poor'thrd. 'o
Hawaiian M akes Buckeyes, this season, got off to a late
18 Touchdowns! start and then the w ath'er bc
badansthetea hans linable
get inito the proper conditi~n.
HONOLULU, Nov. 5.-The name ofr.
"Pump" Searhe, a member of the Uni- point to the fact that he has sco qd
versity of Hawai football team, has 18 touchdowns and made a total -of
been put forward as a claimant for 110 points in six games this year. The
individual gridiron scoring honors. University of Hawaii has not been
In expressing belief that Searle leads .cored on this season.
all college players, both in the United -- --

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Sant assuming a si miar position. T .
other races resembled their respec-
tive titles. Twenty-one men compet-
ed in the meet and the balcony was
filled with spectators.
Only once during Yost's 25 years at
Michigan has a team played through
the season without being scored upon,
and that was in 1901 when the Maize
and Blue rolled up 550 points against
11 opponents.

.erie, grea est ail around woman
swimmer, will turn professional after
Jan. 1, according to reports from the
Women's swimming association here.
The U. of D. eleven is drilling for
its game Saturday with St. Louis.
Pinkey Mitchell will defend his
junior welterweight title in a bout
with Mushy Callahan.
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