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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMMAt 11, 1925,

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Mi(IIJA'N HAS DEFEATED
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Althoughli Aichigan and Ohio
have met oil the gridiron on 21
occasions, the Buckeyes have
only defeated the Wolverines
three timnes, in 1919, 1920 and
1921. The two teans tied at 3-3
in 1910.
In 12 of the contests tlhe Ohio
elev-en 'faile&tlo score while
J-Mchiga~n failed but once, in 1921,
to cross the Butckeye goal line.
The Yostmen have scored 439
poin t s while Qhio has accounted
for 68.
The result > of the Michigan-
Ohio State football games fol-

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FRATERNITY SPEBALL
TITLE ATSTAKE TODAY
Phi Sigma Delta will play Beta
Theta Pi at 4:30 o'clock today in the
final game which will decide the fra-
ternity speedball championship.
Both * aggregations have gone
through their respective divisionsa
without a defeat to mar their records.
Beta Theta P1 remained in the cham-
pionship race when they defeated Tau
Delta Phi 3 to 2 in the semi-final
round, while Phi Sigma Delta went
into the finals by virtue of their win
over the strong Alpha Sigma Phi team.
As an additional attraction the sen-;
for engineers will meet the sophomore

THE EM IN I
EM IN FRATERNITYTANK MEETS
With 58 teams entered, the largest
field in intramural sports this year,
the 'interfraternity swimming and
water polo tournament is under way
at the Union pool.
In the swimming matches held yes-
terday Phi Kappa Sigma beat Acacia
35-7. Sigma Alpha Nu took the last
event in their meet with Tau Delta
Phi and won 22-20.
Water polo games were more even-
ly matched, The brilliant playing by
Wagner of Phi Kappa Sigma helped
trim Acacia 4-0. Sigma Alpha Mu

Determined to avenge Michigan's de-
feat by Northwestern and to hold its
position as leader in the Western Con-
ference football race, Coach Yost and
his staff are making a careful effort
to build up a perfect defense for the
Ohio State attack.
In yesterday's workout the Varsity
regulars were given their first in-
struction; in Ohio State formations
seen by the Michigan scouts who
watched Coach Wilce's Buckeye eleven
earn ,a 7-0 victory over Indiana last
Saturday. The Ohio State team has
been using a versatile attack against,
its opponents this fall, being adept
in. the forward passing game as well
as the straight line plunging style of
football.
In preparation for any possible open
field running by the fleet Buckeye
halfbacks, the Michigan safety men
were given some tackling practice
against a few of the fastest backfield
men from Coach Mather's freshman
squad.
Benny Friedman was not alone at
the sending end in the forward pass-
ing game yesterday. Coach Yost had
Fuller, Puckelwartz, Gregory, Molen-
da, and Oosterbaan tossing the ball
to the ends. Oosterbaan, who is un-
canny at the receiving end of Fried-
man's passes, proved that he also has
the ability to throw the ball. Fried-
man was given an opportunity to loos -
en up his charley horse, taking Oos-
terbaan's place at receiving the passes.
The Michigan team has not held an
active scrimmage in the last two
weeks, but it is expected that the Wol-
verines will engage in a short game
this afternoon. It has been the policy
of Coach Yost to hold short passing
and kicking drill to keep the men in
shape, and to eliminate many of the
scrimmages in order to prevent possi-
ble injuries to his players.
Bqsketball Floor
To Be Assembled
Within Two Weeks
Carpenters and assemblers will
start the work of putting up the bas-
ketball floor in Yost field house to-
day, and within two weeks Coach
Mather expects to tranfer practice
from Waterman gymnasium to the
regular court upon which the home
games will be played.
The squad is still working out four
nights a week, with passing and bas-
ket shooting receiving the greatest
share of attention. In the scrimmages
Coach Mather has been shifting his
men about a great deal, the object
being to find a winning combination.
The "Skipper" has also been devot-
ing a fair share of the practice ses-'
sion to individual coaching and cor-
rections. After the football season is
over Coach Mather will be freed of
his duties as freshman grid coach,
and a part of the squad's practices
will be held in the afternoon. For
the next two weeks, however,-the Var-
sity candidates wvill continue to work
out at night.
LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Purdue, antici-
pating a formidable foe in Northwest-
crn, which comes here Saturday, be-
gan preparations today to build a
defense against Baker and Lewis,
Purple stars, and to perfect their own
running and passing attack.

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Three newcomers to Minnesota football are carrying the brunt of the new attack being employed this
year by the Gophers under the direction of their new coach, Dr. Speers. The three men, Peplaw, Joesting,
and Murrell have shown unusual ability and have displaced several of last year's veterans. Peplaw played in
few plays against Michigan last year,'but was hurt and lost for the season. He is out at the present time with
injuries but is expected to return to the lineup shortly. The other two men are sophomores.

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IOWA CITY, Ia.-Boxing classes at for the last two years, expects 200 the bench for the rest of the season.
the University of Iowa are to start men to report for instruction.
Dec. 1, athletic authorities have an- CHICAGO.-Signal drill constituted
nounced. Roscoe Hall, state light- - BLOOMINGTON, Ind.- A leg in- today's workout of the University of
weight champion and a sophomore jury sustained by George Bishop, var- Chicago football team in preparation
medical student at the university, sity guard, against Ohio State Satur- for the game with Dartmouth Satur-
who has coached the student boxers day, may keep the big lineman on day.
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engineers at 4:30 o'clock in the only1downed Tau Delta Phi 3-2 in an over-
scheduled game in the interclass time game; and Phi Sigma Delta out-
tourney. j §plashed Theta Kappa Nu 3-0.
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WkIL RCE ",TODA9Y'
Run To Be Final Of The Year And To
Be Basis Of Sweater And
Cup Awards
COURSE RECORD MAY GO
Freshman cross country runners
will wind up training with the final
meet to be held at 4:15 o'clock Fri-
day, starting at Waterman gymnasium.
The run promises stiff competition,
for Monroe and Wuerfel have been
running neck and neck all season,{
with Goetz always dangerously near.
With good weather, the old record for
the course, 14:47 held jointly by
Davis, '24; I-ornberger, '27; and Is-
bell, '27L will probably be broken, as
the yearlings have been running close
to record time.
Sweaters will be awarded by the
Intramural department to the first six
men to finish, and the first three will
receive silver loving cups, given by
the athletic department. In addition
several prizes are given by the Ann
Arbor business men.
As the Intramural department is
awarding sweaters to the winners in
tnis race, there will be no other
freshman run this year. There are
still 125 on the squad and prospec.ts
are bright for a goodly crop of dis-
tance runners-

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GRAHAM, IOWA PUNTER,
AVERAGES FIFTY YARDS
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 10.-
Stories of punters who average
close to 50 yards each game on
tWeir boots drift out from grid
camps iI the fall. )iost of
them are myths which are dis-
pelled is the season advances.
But at Iowa in Donald M. Gra-
ham, third year halfback i 1whe
title-seeking eleven, who sends
his kicks sailing down the field
for great yardages.
Graham booted the ball in the
Illinois game for an average of
53 yards. Once he stood behind
his own goal line and with the
Ilhini forwards bearing down o n
Mint, lifted a punt 70 yards. Thej
ball soared over the head of the
startled Grance. naine safetyrI

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