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'rIIUIS)AY, NOVEMBR 1, l,125,


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Special trains bringing 8,500
Buckeye supporters to, the an-
nual Michigan-Ohio State foot-
I ball game will arrive in Ann Ar-
bor early Saturday morning.
The Scarlet and Gray band
will accompany the rooters. Ac-
coring to tentative plans the
Buckeye band will lead a parade
to the stadium Saturday after-


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off in the
after Beta


Malrek And Karow Expected To
Action In Traditional Game
With Wolverines


By Arthur E .Davis
Sports Editor, Ohio State Lantern
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 11.-All roads
lead to Ann Arbor Friday and Satur-
Every Ohio State student who cnn
scrape together a ticket and trans-
portation will be seen in Ann Arbor,
Saturday at the annual game between
the Buckeyes and the Wolverines.
Tickets were in such demand last
Saturday that over 100 students lined
up before the athletic house four,
hours before the window was open
on thq first day of sales. The 3,5001
tickets allotted tie student body
Were exhausted by noon and some 400
students who had been in line all
morning, were unable to get tickets.
Results of last Saturday's games in
the Conference have stimulated inter-
est 'in the annual tilt. Michigan was

Coati Fisher's reserve football team 1caflihan Of -icihigan )Say Not Rm
Striumphed over Coach Mipke's edu- II CI ailpionship Meet On
cation school team yes terday after-.
noon using a passing and running at- Account (i Illness
tack in which Paul Cook was the main C
ground gainer. CHICAGO NOT TO ENTER
Cook, who was a teammate of Red!
Grange on the Illinois freshman team Twelve schools have sent their en-
a few years ago lived up to his old wleshoshaesn hi n
teammate's reputa i on ty hinereld tries in to Coach Farrell for the West-
teammate's reputation by intercept- nCneeneoe roscuty
i g pa s touchdownnbegore10hal dw s fov er nm etConferhe ldc e ro en cov. 21.tr
a touchdownbforethehalfwas over. meet to be held here Nov. 21.
Later hi the game he pulled another This is less than there were enter-
"Crange" when he broke away on an ed last year for the reason that the
end run for 00 yards, but the safety
man on Kipkc's eleventackled hi Missouri Valley conference is holding
before he reached the goal. Titus its harrier meet on the same day,
scored tne other touchdown for Fish- thus keeping out, some schools from
er's team by plunging over the goal that section of the country. The Mis-
line after Coop's run.-1 souri meet used to be run off a week
The cducation team outgained the ahead of the Western Conference meet
reserves by using a brilliant passing in order to allow the schools that de-
attack, but were unable to make it ' sired to enter both' meets to do so,
work when in scoring distance. but with the change in their policy
it will be impossible for any school
to doAthesConference schools with the'
exception of Chicago have signified
DITOORr if T n r i n Av i their intention of entering the meet

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Rated One Of
Yost's Stars
Tad Weiman, assistant athletic di-
rector, coach of Michigan's strong
lines, ranked as one of the best
players to don the Maize and Blue
football uniform in his undergraduate;
days at Michigan.
"Tank", as he was named by the'
student body, played fullback on
Yost's 1917 eleven, and shifted to
tackle in 1918, the year which he was
elected to captain the Wolverines.
Weiman weighed 185 pounds whenI
he was used as fullback, and proved a
powerful line plunger, and a great
punter. As a halfback he was rated
as one of the best in the western grid
Walter Eckersall, one of the coun-
try's greatest sport critics, saw Wei-
man perform against the Cornhuskers
in 1917 and made the following state-
ment on "Tank's" performance. "In
Tad Tank Weiman, fullback, Yost has
as good a back as there is in the
West. There is nothing in football
that Weiman cannot do and do well."

Friedman and Edwards Recover From
Injuries And Are To Start
Against Buckeyes
It was definitely decided yesterday
that all of the regulars on the foot-
ball team, including those exposed to
,the elements last Saturday, will be in
condition to play against Ohio.
Gabel and Friedman, who have in-
jured legs as the result of the North-
western contest have responded to
treatment and both will be ready for
Ohio. Gilbert, who developed alarm-
ing symptons early in the week, re-
turned to practice yesterday and will
be seen at his accustomed place in the
Edwards, now that his injured arm
has recovered, will be able to start
his second Conference game at left
tackle. Hawkins will resume his old
place at left guard,, and Jack Lovette
will appear at right guard.f
Gregory will start at right half in-
stead of Herrnstein; though the lat-
ter will see service before the end of
the game. The remainder of the team
will lineup the same as last week
with Captain Brown at center, George
jBabcock at left tackle, Flora and Oos-
terbaan at ends, Friedman atquarter
and Molenda at fullback.
Michigan for the first time since
the Wisconsin game will be able to
put her full strength in the field as
well as having all of her first string
substitutes in readiness to play.
The playing field yesterday was in
better condition, than at the Navy
game and with continued good weath-
er will be in perfect condition for the}

Phi Sigma Delta won the champion
[ship of the interfraternity speedball
league by' defeating Beta Theta Pi 11
to 2 in a hotly contested and speedy
game yesterday afternoon. The win-
ners scored all but'-one of their points
by forward passes over the goal line.
Though the score was one sided the
Betas threatened constantly, and nar-
rowly missed scoring many times.
In the firstquarter the Betas had
an edge on their opponents, keeping
the play in their territory most of the
time. Twice they were prevented
from scoring field goals by the clever
guarding of Aronson. In the last of
the quarter, Phi Sigma Delta got their
first point by a penalty kick by Las-
ser, who figured prominently in the
winners' play.

missed a penalty kick. Recovering the
ball after the kick, Phi Sigma Delta
passed it the whole length of the field
and over Betas' goal line to Lasser,
scoring two pointe. In the next play
the Betas scored their two points
when Arndt caught a pass over the
goal line.
Before the start of the game a short
period was played as a demonstra-
tion while motion pictures were tak-
en. Pictures were also taken of the
first half of the championship game.
William Marriot, former third base-
man of the Boston Nationals has been
obtained by the Brooklyn club, via the
waiver route.

Phi Sigma Delta kicked
lsecond quarter, and shortly




His Orchestra

defeated by Northwestern and Ohio I
State defeated Intliana. True, Michi-I
gan has thrashed Indiana 63-0, while Coach Mann has postponed the'
Ohio State only won by a seven point weekly all-campus swimiming meet
mButnthe lesson Coach John W. suntiltomorrow night, because of the
Wilc's en aveleanedfro th freshman smoker which will be heldf
Wilce's men have learned from the tngt
week-end is that Michigan can be A a added attraction to the regu-
beaten and that Ohio State is able Aanra ,ded aritywter pou-
to pile up a higher score than her lar program, the Varsity water polo
opponent. r iteam will meet an all-campus team
in an exhibition game. Coach Mann
In the minds of Ohio State fans,will pick the all-campus squad. Men;
Saturday's game will be one of the playing on ,fraternity teams are urged'
biggest battles of the year, from the by Coach Mann to attend, so that
standpoint of pep and fight displayed I1they may see the game as it should
on the field, no matter what the final properly be played.
score may be. Last Saturda7's re- The meet will start at 8 o'clock and
sults assure that. It works out this will include six races.
way :
Michigan, defeated by Northwestern, PITTSBURGI.-Jewel Ens, utility
is still smarting under the bitterness infielder of the Pittsburgh Nationals,
of it. Michigan had expected to go was released unconditionally as a
through the Conference shuffle unde- player today and then signed as a
feated. Its record against Indiana Pirate coach for next year. It was ex-
and the Navy had told it that. Now plained the action will result in little
Michigan has its laurels to win over change in Ens' duties but will provide
again, and will spare no effort to pile room for an additional player.
up a large score on Ohio State.
The Buckeyes, on the contrary, am-
putated their underdog diffidence B y
dent superiority of Iowa over Ohio
,State two Saturdays before had des-I
troyed 'some of their morale. This
they regained when they played Inds-
ana. The result is confidence, notr
over-confidence . or cockiness, but
fighting self-reliance.
So, a team with assurance and pre-
cision will meet a team fighting for
a. comeback, and may heaven help I
the loser. I UI\
Had Michigan smothered Northwest-
ern in the mud, Ohio State fans would ]
have felt better about the Michigan f
game. The Wolverines would have
been overconfident and Ohio would
have sprung a surprise.
The weather may make some dif-
ference in the results of the game. If
it is a muddy field, Ohio State will -
have the advantage, because Ohio eewhec e
State is now acclimated to the mud
and can work its passinggame as ef- !Pa sS
fectively with a soggy ball as with a; Two Pants Sul
dry one. If it is a dry field, the Michi- r
gan forward ,pass offense will prob- I Tuxedos $
ably be superior to the Ohio State (
aerial attack, the Buckeyes not hav-1 Overcoats i al
Ing a Friedman to heave, its passes.
.It will be a battle between Grim
and Friedman in the air, betwieen I
Karow and Molenda in plungingER
through the line, between Marek and IP"
Friedman running the ends and!
tackles, and between Hess and Ed-
wards on the line.__ _ _ __ _ _
Which of these individuals prove
superior Saturday will tell. Grim and'
Marek are both excellent open field q
runners and fair forward passers.
Karow and Molenda are of nearlyl
equal valueat hitting theline. Hess
and Edwards are line stalwarts that
both teams will have to watch.
Physically, Ohio State's team is not
in its best condition at present. Be-
sides the stars that have been forced
off the team for the season, Jenkins,.
tackle, and Hunt, quarterback, Elmer
Marek is suffering with a sprained
back and Marty Karow has a deep
cleat cut in his leg, a charley horse
on his hip, and an injured side. Both
of these men are expected to play
. - r M ev rs who

here. Chicago seems to have aban-
I ther cross country team for the
y for they forfeited their dual
meet last week. The schools from
outside the Big Ten that have en-
tered aretMichigan State college, Mar-
quette and Notre Dame. -

The University Ra'blers


Captain Callahan of the Michigan
squad is still confined to the Univer-
sity health service hospital and it is
improbable that he will compete in
the Conference run unless his condi-
tion improves in the next few days.1
le has been ill since last Sunday and
1 yesterday his condition was reported
about the same.
The meet this year will incorporate
,the Harpham trophy race, which was
run off as a separate event in pre-
vious years. The first Wolverine har-
rier to cross the line will have his;
name engraved on the Harpham
trophy shield in Waterman gym-
Little investment-big returns, The
Daily Classifieas.-Adv.

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"One Man Tells Another"


In the Michigan-Nebraska game fray.
Weiman scored fourteen points, mak-
ing one touchdown, kicking two goals BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Capt. Clem
from the field, and two goals after Crowe will not be in the Notre Dame
touchdowns. lineup against Carnu'gie Tech next
Saturday and the homecoming will
The University of Alabama. may see the varsity play under the lead-
book a Western Conference eleven ership of substitute quarterback Ed-
game in 1926. wards.

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