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PAGI3~ SI~ TIlE. MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1925
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BAKE AN FISER UT FGAJ
ON9AbCCOUNT'OF SEV[EEIJ E
Scliiiilir, iiisttatie Fori Thikei'g t aken care of ? y TU'wis, the ])lung-
Proves :edSa I du ng soplhclore, rWho.has blie1 eiii'ionl-
An1d Iitatiana UiGaes I .ible for big gaitsIthr'ouigh the line.
!twas his 1)iace kick in the last few
LOWRY TIO 'LEAD PURPLE; liui (t. of tlhe ln(fiana gpainle that
_______gave NoirthWvesteiia 17 to 14 victory.,
Normniillalcllsatelner He :'also {eI (l w" ,most of the
Sh:orts Editor, IDaily Northiwestern As L C ij,, n ,t pa " 3z1a i f r t hel
'Wiher Northwestern meets iMich hi- ae Ie'< h t1cia.:1a t 25 1 a ot job,
igan today 'at Soldiers' field they xwil'isiave be1n , cone at '.1Aotjb
probably be nminus "the services o=-i
two -men whose absence will be keen- the gam e. 1 : !in HP s 11 rsoae
ly felt by the Purple. Waldo Fisher, pWhd at l ,,<a2 11a1uSiiaI: P a lv
'who has, been playing a great gam 500105 0 bs tE3 b e:-,, xx lisa I
at righ0t<o<d is still on crutches and ''N
Mo"Baewho last year almost at.'imhr"°i 2 )<11'
1 i 1:.11handed unhorsed the Fourh i~ )51ioadiohspae
1i lo;r~nc1:. ,11il also be on the bench.
111" ankle i not yet in shape ari vr i fliaO'alI i sti
Coac Thitlethwait~e believes it best 1ver y seldom 11:2ply oia~1. sP'o
not to take any chances on losing Ihull. 1' zn . a< i b i l- l*.
himt before the two remaining games;' itioii ire Sieb u, <211 Ithahn.
because of further injuries. . Siebenres ni1 m has b:een ski iv fo'nj
The rest of the Purple squad is in tcdet o~trtl 1 roteln
condition for the game and is con- f bndihe has reactly rngi bel tP.
fident of giving the Wolverines a good i Rlv' is rather Eght fe" his nc'; ,tion1
battle. Coach Thistlethiwaite has but insilite of this I1<lfldi('il iilie=,hias
spent a large numbier of the practice been going goeI.
sessions in teaching'"his charges a do-.Tetckejb aeIa En(212
Tense for the passes of Friedman andwTwo e tkerasjos-on13d11 o's
b wovtrncompany as he believes them to. be the c'nith and Boyi;v;ih xxi ta).1- f.tndcs
most dlangerous plays of the Michigan b~ut Coach This t iwaite wil )n:;e
team. Seidel anld Mathews) 1e,-nlam'c ;t.> mwo
Taking Baker's .place at-half, Schu-1 did most of the work iast yea;' Ih,
macher has been one of the surprises!:wzing position.
of the season. He has been playing a! __________
great game and was responsible for;
a large part of the Purple gains in the.]IMates Forgive
Tulane and Indiana games. He has l
proved himself to be fast and a hard Fumble At Goal
man to stop. He Is also good at ___

LEAD~S THE EAST IN11 SCORING

Owsley Makes
Radical Change
In Navy Team '
jOnly Fouir Regulars Retain Berths
F~I~Xong Shakeu p After Gamie
With Wolverines

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ANNAPOLIS,, Md., Nov. 6.-Deter-
rninedl to develop more speed and
punch in the Naval academy team,
('each Owsley gave the varsity an-
oither hard scrimmage against Squad
11 this afternoon. However, only four 1,
of those who started against Michigan
were in their places, seven new play-I
e;'s being tried out.
Shapley at fullback was the only
regular in the backfield, his mates be-
ing Hlannagan, Caldwell and Rans-
fomd--three light but fast and stocky,
hab cks. Upon the whole the attack
showed some improvement; Shapley
I making one touchdown on a forward
pass from Hannagan.t
An unexpected move .was the trans
for of Hoerner from center to left end.
Osburn is now in shape to resume his
place in the middle of the line. Hoer- ewohsbensbtttn o
hiin, did well in the new place, as
is very fast for a big fellow. His
tackling in the center position was so
good that it is believed that he will
(develop into an excellent end.
Wickhorst, left tackle, and Taylor,!
'who has been doing finely at end were
casualties during the closing part of
the scrimmage yesterday and are not
.likely to start against Western Mary-
land.
EAST LANSING-Capt. Don Has-
kins of Michigan State will not be in.
the lineup in the game against the
University of Toledo today. Haskins
has started every game for Michigan
(State for three years during the.
period of his eligibility.
PHILADELPH4IA.-After°' 15 years
service in the National League, George
Burns, former New York and Cincin-
nati outfielder, was given his uncondi-
I tionail release by the Ph llies.

! rct1e rful n loni'oe (1ividled first
Coach )Iatlier Announces (Completion P( 011' 10wekyfeha
Oif Pre-Conference Rasketband (c<_, rw'ton ti rn 1held over the regu-
-Schedule Vtor 192'6 I ,r r2 8 iecourse ysterd'ay after-
-~ fl~n. 'oveing he(istanolce ill 15:06G
OPEN SEASON DEC. 1:: minutecs.
________'IPp winners 'covered the course in,
trodimhe kin ,sTit(, oiithe;-tact that the
Coach Mather completed the lpre- rer
conference basketball sched(ule for , 'r rod AIotyra tn oo thoe '
the Michigan 1926 basket squad withla nd fnihe t irdan fourth, Goetz
the announcement of the scheduling react ogth e tn a scant mnarg'in
of thie University of Missouri five onil f(ntofAbry.Te"es f.h
Jan. 2, the first game on the Wol- fisttell men to()pla ' inis hed inl the
verine card -following the Christmas; follr i~ale re I(io Perririe,
holidays.; M". Id. Smitha, C roW Icly, Wa<tson, and
The Wolverines wiil play thiIu on
opening =game against Ohio Wesleyan ' tla' first.,ten 3,(1i:,,:r- to cross the
in a month, meeting here oil Dec. 12.I finl!ih linecwre(awdllid1free tickets
The date is one of the earliest open- to thew grid-g raph of:the Michigan-
ing dates for any Wolverine basket- Noi iiestern foutba] lxigame in 11fill
ball team.i audhitcrimnV. Vpheo chta wards--were
Coach Mather has arranged all of .'dcnated by the couritesy of George
the practice games to be playedl oil i]. i oe of: Ann Arbor.
the home floor, with. the exception of Coach Fnrnass, n10w coach of the
one. The Michigan five will inivade freshiman (ci'ti55 country activities, has
the east when it journeys- to Syria- 1)e(n1 m01e1tbran pleased with the pr'o-
cuse -to play the University of Syra- gress mlade' by tlhe yearlings this fall,
cure basketball team onl Feb. 6. 1anis ce5(lrt ain i he11 has men that
The complete list of games follows:! are of -V rsil y ca libret for Coach Far-
Dec. 12-Ohio Wesleyan,' here. rols squa~d next fall.
!Dec. 17.-University of Pittsburgh, T110 final freshmian cross country
here. 4 1r11n will; be held over the customary
iJan. 2.-Missouri, here. 12 3j4 mile cour-se next Fridayr. The
IJan. 16.-Michigan State. here. N first six en to finish xil be awar'd-
Feb.-6-Syracuse at Syracuse. (( i~hmoinih''15
;IEdliff, "Butch" Slaughter, all-Amer-; grn State-Toledo game at East Lans-
ican guard of the 1924 Michigan foot- ! ing today, M. S. C. plays the Badger
ball team, and now assistant coachF eleven at;I Madison fthe following week.
to George Little at the, University of --
-Wisconsin, visited Ann Arbor yester- Por every article for sale, there is
d. cay.. Slaughter will scout the Michi- a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

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snagging passes.
Two other men have been playing'
left half and have made good at it.
They are Gustafson, a sophomore, and
Griffith a junior, who is playing foot-
ball for the first time this year. Grif-
fith is one of the fastest men on the
rquad and showed up especially well
in the early 'games.
White, the right half, is playing his
second year at this position, and hie
khas greatly improved since last year.
'Hle has been doing much of the pass-
ing and the receiving for Northwest-
ern while Baker has been on the
ftench.#
The fullback position will be ably

jAs showing how a football team
can bie united in a wond~erful bond of
fraternity, consider the case of I-all
Trapnell, the Army's brilliant half-
back.
After playing' a great game against
Yale, he dropped the ball on Yale's
one-yard line when 'tackled. -He was
utterly broken-hearted. In stead of
being peeved, his teammates, after t he
game, or at lealst some0 of themn, ex
pressed themselves as pleasd tha
Yale had won biy moire than one touchi-
down so that Trapnell, a. sensitive bloy,
wouldl not carr'y through life the feel-
ing that lie had lost the contest.

Eddhie Tryon is onl(c111ore iming Colgate one of the most powerful
teams in the easy;. E-is penchant fomr scoring touchdowns with utter ,iban-
(Ion and ridiculous ease is again making time Colgate team one of the most
talked of ones in the country.
Two years ago Tryon made his first real bid for fame by emerging at
the close of a rather hectic season as the leading point scorer in the eastern
terrain.
Last year Tryon repeatedi his work and finished the season ranking
second in the scoring5' recordls of the ,east. Thiis year he heas stepp~ed to the
t'ore again anmd, barringt a spurt bmy one of' his rivals, wxill grab off the
scoring 1Donor1s again. That Colgate is a powerful eleven,t hanks partly to
,,,i ' 'ork is1 indicatedl by the fact that Princeton fell blefore the Tryson-
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