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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOYEINIBER I.-J, 192115)

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THM HOLDSA E YNG ADOP' T
PRACTICE SESSION 1i
0o1t Takes SinadIEITAORoor SPEEDBALL ASfINTRAMURAL SPORTFIIN SHAPEdDESITE
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aFollowing LontvWorhoutfIningi
the Field Mouse With the adopio (io speedball a: the OWawa Collegiate institute and the
an rntLrmr~ulai prra , Ohio State uni- Univ rsfy f hilippine; having adopt-,
WILL SHIFT LINEMAN versty, tis game promises to be one ed specdbll as an intraurai ac-
--- ostpcrtarant~antnalac-tivity.
--' the r:ost n p ular in amural o- te t d tNeither rain nor snow are likely to some unforeseen agent and hit Ann
Coach Yost sent his gridders through tivit c in the cointiy thersry ofasinodured by harry hindr Saturday's game with Ohio Arbor. However, this is highly un-
a long drill yesterday afternoon in Ohio ta. is the f mIIi scnool i Kipke who was assistant football State, according to a report issued probable.
a rin foreterda aterth o nsth at s ho o lti , c h oe ast a r santi oo wba ybpreparation for the Ohio State game theS Conference that has adop e thi co ch t ere sytates weath. In spite of the rain which fell all
game for its ntra.nura1l programin, iriramurral activity at that in- er bureau at Detroit. day, all of the Ferry field gridirons
on Saturday, the workout being di-jMichigan, Inhinfna and Chicago having titution. Although rain fell from early yes wero in much better condition than
vided- evenly within and without the I pre:ednl te Buck eye institution. ' Officials of the deportment of ath- terday morning until late last night, the one on which thegame wtas pla-
field house. Because of the inclement Spee'dbail a" originally founded infltis at }Annapolis were in favor of if the promised fair weather is in evi- ed last week, and as the main field
weather the team did not scrimmage, 1921 a:, Michigan by Elmer D. Mitchell, the game when it was described to ldence Saturday, the drainage systemhas not been used in two weeksit
tdirecLor of intramural aihleties heref at Ferry field, which is one of the will be In the best shape possible un-
nor indulge in the customary blocking Its main purpose was to replace foot- askedbfor pamphlets describing sthe.
and tackling practice which usually ball that had been droed from the, they may have ed off the water which fell yesterday er existing' cnditonsd
iigan, i order that Chymyhv oah Yost =expressed himself as
opens the afternoon session. intramural sports roster because of more information about it before put- and should leave the gridiron firm confident that the rain would not
uring the early part of the after- its expense and also because of the Ling it on their intramural program. uer ftspoil the condition of the playing field
noon' the team that will likely face1 frequent inuries caused by the game. The above mentioned intitutions Teayradvancsfrm kOhanbyes- and thus slow up;the contesting elev-
Since that time speedball hasgrown ae far frot being the only ones that eterdaadvac.edfrom Oiowai o n
Oio went through a long charging day should be well on its way north-
consistently in popularity at the Uni-haedotdseblfrteeae
pratice within the field house, the avadtoped Tpefallethareforetereear ward unless unexpected developments
rest Of the squad also divided into versity. hi f ere were more many others in all sections of the arise. The only possibility of bad Reggie Brown will succeed Bob
two elevens and went through a simi- than 70 teams entered in the league r country that find the game fitting for weather according to the information Fisher as head coach of the Harvard
lar workout. bySarome organizations on the camint aua theis
lar workout. Some passing and intramural athletics. given out at the Detroit offTice of the football team next year.
punting was done from formation with pus. weather bureau, is if a storm which
Friedman hurling the ball and Gilbert That speedball is gaining in pop NOTEDt present is scheduled to pass to Detroit Panthers deeated Cleve-
larity is shown by the nunmber of OTElGO F Ra rsn sshdldt s o DtotPnhr eetdCee
doing the punting. Oosterbaan, Flora, andlcolleges it allpthe northwest sometime Saturday land in a pro league game at Navin
and Grube all took turns on the re-s t sn HER FOR GA E should be blown out of its course by WldWednesday, 22 t 13
aen realtoktun.o her-the country that adopted it either as f ~~~A~ il n y
ceiving end. a major sport or as an intramural
During 'the latter part of the after-IClcEvnofgffaearid
nontetretas rtce rmactivity.ChcEvnofglfaearid
California was the first state that here lastvnight to be the guest of
the elements by hooded sweat shirts adopted speedball for its public school Cariten Wells over the week-end dur-
rubber pants, and aided by mud cleats, athletic leagues, which are composed ing which time he will attend the
ran through signals on South- Ferry of junior high schools and the small- Ohio game.
field. In spite of the pouring rain, er high schools. These schools, which Evans was eight times the western
passes and end runs were frequently do not play football on account of its open champion, as well as national
used lnstead of a plain line plunging expense find speedball an excellent open and national amateur champion
attack. The ends had considerable substitute. Besides California, nine in the same year. The Chicago golf-
success in catching the passes al- other states have adopted the game for er is the only man to ever hold both
though the ball was wet and slippery, their public school athletic leagues. of these titles in the same year.
while the backs also displayed adapt- Not only is the game popular in the
ness at handling the water soaked United States, but it has also spread
Coach Yost would make no Phefiniteater P Ls IT e f t u catc
anno~uncement as to Saturday's lineup,
though it is almost certain that1of a m an s taste
Friedman, Gilbert, and Molenda will Phi Chi submerged Phi Lambda
st&rt in the backfield with Gregory Kappa in both water polo and swim-
and Herrnstein as the principal con- Iwt rolftt a tSJ aoming, winning the former 3 to 0 and
testants for the right halfback berth. '-'' i LIUU the latter 38 to I in an interfraternity
The retu ii of "Tom" Edwards will contest held at the Union pool yes-
necessita e' a change in the line, al- Regardless of weather conditions terday afternoon. Two meets were
though just who will not play is un- the final freshman cross country race held Wednesday afternoon, when The-
certain. Hawkins and Babcock are of the year will be run at 4:15 o'clock ta Chi won from Phi Beta Delta 35 to
the other possibilities at tackle with this afternoon over the regular 2 7-0 7, and Sigma Phi swamped Delta W tI
Hawkins going to the guard position miles course. . Sigma Phi 35 to 7. ,
if he does not play tackle. If Haw- According to Coach C. C. Furnass a The swimming and water polo
kins starts at tackle the guards will new record may be made if the run- matches are now being run as separ-
probably be chosen from Lovette, ners find the course in good condi- ate tournaments. Each is run on a
Dewey and Gable. Captain Brown tion. The record of 14:47 has re- basis of straight elimination.a
will be at his accustomed post at the mained unbroken for the past few
center of the line. years. Captains of the six Iowa teams of
The sqiaid will be taken to Barton All those entering the race will the past few years are now employed4.4
Hills Country club immediately after start from scratch. The first six to in the department of athletics at th-e
today's practice, and will remain there finish will be awarded freshman sweat- Hlawkeye institution. The men who9
until game time. ers and numerals, while the first have won the star are Gordon C. 4
three will also receive silver loving Locke, football, 1922, now assistantco Lo
~n ,.~ :ups., e grid coach; Leland C. Parkin, football,*
tJABesides the awards to be given by 1924, assistant coach; Wilbur E.
prizes have been Scantlebury, baseball, 1925, football
offered by the State street merchants. assistant; Hector M. Janse, basketball,
dress shirt, athletic shirt, shaving 1925, assistant coach; Charles R.
sE, and moving picture tickets are Brookins, track, 1924, assistant coach
among the list of awards. These will and Eric C. Wilson, track, 1923, di-
Coach leather's freshmen gridders not be given to those finishing first rector of publicity
will clash with poach Fisher's reserve in the event hut will be judged on a -A CRAVAT IS YOUR FIRST OUTSPOKEN
squad in their annual football game time basis. One of the most unusual freaks of WORD, YOUR SOLITARY DRESS DISTINCTION.
Wednesday, Nov. 18. All the runners will leave the start football occurred in the Wallace-Ot-
Each year the annual grid affair at the same time and the handicapsI terbein game played at Westerville,.
terminates the season for both squads. in the race for the outside prizes will 1 Ohio, last Saturday. While the teams
In the past games played the fresh- be substracted at the finish of thef were waiting to have the line brought
men have the edge over the reserve race. Wuerfel and Monroe will re- out t measure the yards the ball
teams and last year the frosh came ceive no time advantage while a maxifloated off in the water on the field.
out at the.long end by a G to 0 score. mum limit of 60 seconds has been The offensive team was given first
Coach 'Mather feels confident his given to those who . have not been down. "
charges can duplicate the feat as his among the first fifteen to finish in pre-
team, especially his backfield is every vious runs. Tommy Milton won the 250 mile 31 ra af
bit as formidable as last year's ag- Of those men who have shown up auto race at Charlotte, N. C., Wednes-
gregation. In Rich the yearlings have particularly well throughout the sea-I (ay.
i back who has shown great slIill in son Goetz has a handicap of; 10 see-
running the ends and heaving forward onds from scratch while Aubrey has Royal Oak defeated Cass Tech at__
passes. Whittier, Kelly, and Hooser 17, Lamont 18 and Perrine 20. football Wednesday, 32 to 0.
are also a trio of fast running hard t
hitting backs.

Dutch Eastman, Albion center, is West Virginia has lost several of its
suffering from lime poisoning, re-I stars in preparation for' the game
ceived on the gridiron. with Penn State.
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The line is however, a bit weak and
has no outstanding stars such as Ram-
ejeff of lastyear's team who was large-
ly responsible for the yearling victory.
This team also can not boast of a
kicker who can compare with Fuller
of last year.'
Fisher wil also send a strong team
into the field. The reserves showed
their strength by defeating Coach
Kipke's education school team and
Cook a former teammate of Grange
is the reserves best bet.
The game will not be played, as
hitherto in the stadium owing to the
Minnesota game on Saturday, Nov. 21,
but in South Ferry field.
Skiing, as one of Michigan's regular
sports, will be discussed at a meet-
ing for all those who are interested
at 7:30 o'clock Friday in room 304
of the Union. This is the first time
there has been any attempt to install
skiing here as one of the sports at
the Ttniversity. Both the Universities

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