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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VATYPRPAESDEENETO
MINNESOTANS PASSES AND BUNS.
Coach Yost made a radical depar- game are: Michigan State college,
tre, from ordinary pre-gai w University of Detroit, Detroit City col-
olits yesterday and for the first time
since the season opened sent every lege, Marshall, Muskegon, Pontiac,
available regular for the Minnesota 'Blissfield, Port Huron, Aurora, Ill.,
game into a half hour scrimmage. and Toledo Waite high schools.
The scrimmage was held to perfect-
a defense for the Minnesota attack
which is a combined passing and run-I IIIFLIIESL IIf[fl
ning attack and is launched with al
shift The Red backfield was compos-
ed of Parker and Garber at halves,1 n i n,
W. Weber at full, and Hoffman at U U U LIUHLL IL
quarter. ..- ..
The Red line was composed of Hes- Lack of baskets at each end of the
ton and Webber, ends, Grinell and new Illinois gymnasium is proving a'
Palmeroli at tackles, Sullo and Mac- great hindrance to the development
Intyre, gaurds, and Thisted. at center. of the Illini cage squad and efforts
Coach Kipke was in charge of the are being made to hurry the work on
team and directed the plays, the regular playing floor.
The regulars lined up as followsF:m
Grue ad Fora ens, awknsand i For temporary practice baskets
Grube and Flra, ends, Hawkns andhave been put ut along the sides of
Edwards, tackles, Lovette and Bae the balcony, so that the squad has
guards, and Brown at center. The benabetprtiedfseado-
backfield was composed of Gilbert j been able to practice defense and of-
ak rrnsteincat:halvesStamman I fense separately but has not been
at full and Puckelwartz at quarter- able to co-ordinate the two.
back. At nresent there are eight letter
The early part of the afternoon was men in school from last year's team,I
devoted ;to the usual running, passing but thus far only five have reported,
and blocking practice. Spectators the ether three devoting their time
were barred from yesterday's scrim- to football. The five men now on the
a e f squad are: Capt. Ted Haines, Johnny
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The Minnesota team will leave Min- Mauer, Holly Martin, Mike Reynolds,}
neapolis today arriving at Kalamazoo and Jack Lipe. .
tomorrow. They will work out on the The close of the football season
Western State Normal gridiron and will acid several men to the squad.
remain over night in the "celery city," Daugherity is expected out immedi-
coming on to Ann Arbor Saturday ately at the close of the football sea-
morning. ( son, while ChuckkKassel will not re-
The Northmen will lineup as fol- port until a week later. Earl ~ rit-
lows: Tuttle and Wheeler, ends, ton, mountainous guard, has not yet
Drill and Gary, tackles, Hanson and announced his intentions.
Walsh, guards, and Arendsee at cen-
ter. The backfield will be composed Petitions are now being circulated
,f: Murrel and Captain 'Ascher, halv- to install skiing as a minor sport on
es, Joestring, fullback, and Almquistj the campus. The petitions are ad-
at quarter. dressed. to ,the Board in Control of!
The Maize and Blue lineup will e Athletics, and are the result of a
the same as in the Ohio game and the meeting of all those interested in thet
team will spend tomorrow night at sport last week at the Union, at which!
Barton Hills Country club as before over 40 were present. A second meet-
previous games. ing will be held at 7:30 tomorrow1t
The snow had been removed from night in room 217 Natural Sciencet
the field yesterday, but it was still building. Several men who have beenI
wet and soggy, and unless there is skiing for other colleges and skiing4
continuous sunshine or freezing clubs are on the campus at present.l
weather, the field will be in poor
condition Saturday. LOS ANGELES.-Despite Iowa's de-
High schools and colleges in three feat by Minnesota, demand for tickets!
states have purchased tickets in or- to the Iowa-University of Southern
der that their teams may attend the California game here Saturday con-
Minnesota game in a body. Among j tinued so strong today a new coast
the schools who will attend the attendance, record was predicted.

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MANN ANNOUNCES CHANGE
IN SWIM IlIN TRIP
Coach Mann announced a
slight correction in the tour
which the swimming team has
scheduled for theChristmas holi-
days.
The Detroit Athletic club
which was originally carded for
Dec. 19, will be met on Dec. 18
instead, and the Detroit Yacht
club will be the first team that
the squad will meet after it
leaves Ann Arbor for its holiday
trip, taking the Detroit Athletic
club's place on the sehedule. To-
ledo Y. M. C. A.'s team will be
encountered in the afternoon in-
stead of at night on Dec. 24.

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EIGHT MEMBERS OF 1925 GRID
SQUAD WILL GRAPUATE IN JUNE

t Having won all its games this s eason with the exception of a tie with
the strong Tulane team, Missouri has but one barrier remaining before
it in its march through the Missouri valley conference toward its second
successive gridiron title.
Next Saturday the Tiger will stalk Kansas at Lawrence to finish up the

BIG TEN. HARRIERS0 TO
Coach Farrell has changed the regu-
lar Varsity course, for the Conference
run, which is slated to start prompt-
ly at 11 o'clock the day after tomor-
row.
The 66 starters will set out inside
of Ferry field next to the old intra-
mural clubhouse. A quarter of a mile
will be covered on the field, the har-
riers leaving the enclosure through
the gate leading out on State street.
The finish will be near the end of the
University golf course at the red
house a few paces west of South State
street.
The Wolverine harriers ran over the
course yesterday afternoon and ap-
peared to be running in good style,
although no actual time was kept .of
their performance. :The course is
finally free from its blanket of snow,
but the footing is unsteady and dan-
gerous as a result of the wet condition.
Briggs, Hornberger, Reinke, Jung
and Baker will be the first five hill
and dale men to compete in Satur-
day's championship struggle. Isken-
derian will run as the sixth entrant
if the course dries out before the
starting gun is fired. If the present
condition keeps upThoits is sure to
get the call ahead of his teammate.

Michigan will lose eight members t he Northwestern-Michigan game at
of the 1925 Wolverine football squad Chicago two weeks ago.
when the grid season closesat the Gxubeetteranroftwoyears
j ndof techampionship btl e experience, and Parker have been re-
tween Michigan and Minnesota Sat- serve material this season, and have
urday on Ferry field. Ishown that they are capable football
The men who will end their col-; players when they were given the op-
loge football careers in the Gopher portunity to enter into the games.
game are: Capt. Bob Brown, George From the present football squad of
Babcock, Tom Edwards, Harry Haw- 58 players, Coach Yost expects 28 to
bins, Bruce Gregory, William. Herrn- to report for practice again next fall.
stein, Charles Grube, and Fred Park- f Approximately 30 members of the
er. present freshman football squad will
Captain Brown has proven himself be given an opportunity to vie for
one of the outstanding centers, in the places on the Varsity next season.
country. In the games this season he
has broken through the opposing lines Y
and spilled .the plays before te Yost C m e t
were under way. His work in theIl- Offers o Gra e
linois 'game largely accounted for the
small gains'Red Grange made against
the Wolverines. His. fighting spirit I (By Associated Press)
and personality has made him an CHICAGO, Nov. 18.-Harold (Red)
ideal captain and leader. Grange can be a moyie actor or news-
The Michigan line will suffer the I paper writer if he, wishes, but the
loss; of two of the best tackles in the I thought of him as a professional foot-
Conference. Tom Edwards, and ball player is repugnant to university
George Babcock have always proven officials, athletic directors andseven to
menaces to the opponents. Edwards is r.
has made a particularly brilliant Fielding. H. Yost, athletic director
showing by speedy footwork under of the University of Michigan, is the
punts. latest to add his bit to the whirlwind
?Bruce Gregory and William Herrn- of opinion, statements and denials
jtein will bring their college football that have centered about the star,
,activities to an end against the Gop- twhose college grid career ends Satur-
hers. Gregory has been accountable day.
for a large part of the Wolverine "I'd be glad to see Grange do any-

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and proven particularly thing: else except play professional
receiving passes from the football," says Yost, for 25 years. a
Benny Friedman. Herrn- noted developer of football.stars. "I
made an improved show- don't think he'd be much of a success
e recent games and holds as .a professional. I'd rather see him
e distinction of being the go into the movies, or write, than
er to make a first down in turn professional."

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season. Kansas will go into the tra-
ditional game with a record of five
defeats, one tie and one victory. Mis-,
souri must defeat Kansas to gain the
laurels should Drake defeat Iowa
State in its last game Saturday at
Ames.
If Missouri wins they will have a
claim to the national grid title, since
Tulane is claiming it with victoriesI
over all their opponents with the ex-
ception of a tie with Missouri and onI
the basis of this tie the Tigers place
their claim.
With the three stars pictured
above, Kansas has quite a formidable

outfit. They will present an excep-
tionally strong attack and the present
leader of the conference will have tol
show all they have in order to beat
them.
CHICAGO.-Charles Albert (Chief)
Bender, coach of the White Sox pitch-
ers last season, is not on the reserve
list of players issued yesterday. Bend-
er will coach the Annapolis team next
spring, but he may be back with the
Sox in June when he finishes with the
Middies.

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The Rhythm of the Day
Is One of the Many Features of
Reuel Kenyon and His
UNIVERSITY RAMBLERS
ORCHESTRA

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