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N nnu-nn illIngwersen Holds Signal Drill For
Hawkeye Squad Enroute For
GI EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 1
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YAINMENBasketball Team Beginning
To Assume Definite Form As
RE NFootball Season Nears Close

Strenuous Work Banned By Coaches
In Final Practices To 1reventi
Injuries T.1o Players
Light practice, the first that the
team has had for several weeks, fea-
tured yesterday's football, practice and
the men will be given a similar work-
out this afternoon in order that they
may all be in condition for the crucial
clash with Minnesota tomorrow on
Ferry field.
Immediately after practice today
the entire squad will be taken to the
Barton Hills Country club where
they will have dinner and where the
regulars will be quartered until to-
morrow morning. "Skull" practice
was given the members of the team
last ^night and will be repeated to-
night in order that they may work
out their plays to perfection.
Yesterday's drill consisted of a fast
signal practice and passing and punt-
ing. The men were only kept out an
hour in order that they should not
overtax themselves. The field was in
a better condition that it had been
earlier in the week, although the
ground is still somewhat soggy. Rain7
today or tomorrow morning will puts
it in poor condition.
'he Gopher squad left Minneapolis
Wednesday and arrived in Kalamazoo
yesterday. They worked out there on
Western State Normal's gridiron. Earl
Martineau, captain of the 1923 Min~-
nesota team, is coaching at Normalt
this year and for this reason the team1
was quartered there. They will leave,
Kalamazoo early tomorrow and arrive
here the same morning. After the1
game both teams will attend the an-
nual "Jug" banquet which is tender-
ed to present the traditional trophy
to the victor.
The Minnesota team will bring back
to Ferry field the "Minnesota shift,"
the same style of attack that was used
In the Michigan-Minnesota game of1
Since that time shift plays have
practically disappeared from football
owing to the adoption of a rule which
requires players to come to an abso-
lute stop and remain stationary in
their new positions long enough to
prevent any doubt as to the legality
of the play. This means that no play-
er can be in motion before the ball is
Coach Yost in speaking of this
was wholly within the hands of the
referee and head linesman to notice
any violation of this rule and there is
nothing that coaches can do about it.
Jones of Iowa, used the line shift in
the Ohio State game in 1923 and his
team was penalized some 10 times for
the violation of the rule.
Coach Yost is speaking of this
form of play stated that he was not in
favor of it and that Michigan teams
had never used it since he started
The Michigan starting lineup will be
same as that which started against
Ohio State last week.

(Special to The Michigan Daily)
URBANA, Ill.,, Nov. 19.-Coach
Harry Gill and the Illinois cross
country team left here tonight
for Ann Arbor where the Indian
barriers will take part in the Big
Pen cross country meet Satur-

Hawkeye football nlayers held a short
signal drill here this afternoon to
I wear off the effects of the long journey
from Iowa City. Immediately after
the workout the Iowa team boarded
Ithe train for Los Angeles where the
University cf Sou1hern California
and the Hawkeyes v/ill meet in one of
the biggest intersectional games of the

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. e A e y wil urt erd t ason in the mammoth Trojan stad-j
the Allenel hotel while in the ium Saturday.
Wolverine stronghold. Nick Kutsch. sensational back of
-- _ the Black and Gold team, is in prime
condition for the battle and proved
t0 Coach Ingwersen that he is capable
- . f filling his place in his early season
C9119 of ' open field runninig and forward pass-
ing in the dummy scrimmage. Fry
was in the regular lineup at fullback,
with Cuhel, former Cedar Rapids prep
Owing to recent adverse weather star, at the fullback position on the
conditions which have made south second squad.f
Ferry fiell unsuitajle for play, the Coach Ingwersen will probably use!
Ferry fethe following men against the Coast I
annul football game between Coach eleven: Rmey and Smith, ends; Raf-
Fisher's reserve squad and Coach fensperger and Nelson, tackles; Kras-
Mather's freshman team has been call- uski and Rodawig, guards; Schirmer
ed off. at quarterback; Graham and Kutsch,x
TZle poor condition of the playing halves; and Fry at fullback.
I- Iowa's hopes of defeating the strong
fields has brought about the termina-1 California eleven are slight but thel,
tion of the, season for all football ifrawkeyes have revamped their team
squads except the Varsity, Coaches and hope to upset the confident Coast
Mather, Fisher, and Kipke all having aggregation.
disbanded their teams. grg .
Football numerals for work dur-
ing the past season have been award- report as soon as nossible to Harry
ed to 17 men on the reserve team. (Tillotson at the Administration build-I
Those winning numerals are: J. T ing to be measured for their sweaters.
Bybee, J. E. Sponseller, Jack Titus, MINNEAPOLIS Minn. - Nearly
Henry Totze, R. 1). Sauer, J. H. Glov- waOLIe, in b tearoy
er, George Hammond, Jack Goldsteini $5,000 was gathered in by the boy
R. C. Smit, F. P. Brown, E. D. Brown; sct bucket-passers at the Iowa game
T. J. Komitz, T. E. Roehm, C. R. Steb- to send the band to the Michigan
bins, G. M. Mertz, C. W. Sabin, and E Saturday.
L. Weinberg. ,I__,_an_
Coach Kipke also announces that
numerals have been awarded to '12 1 WILL BROADCAST GAME
members of his physical education -
school team. The men earning the WLIB, Liberty ma'gazine's
awards are: D. Black, R. E. Corbett, ! broadcasting station, will broad-
P. J. Hammes, N. R. Hayes, W. J.f cast the results of the Michigan-
Irwin, Stanley Johnston, J. H. Lang-. Minnesota football game on Sat-
don, H. Maeder, C. B. O'Halleron, M. urday. This is the first game to
Paun, G. Squier, C. Wilson. be broadcasted by this station.
The above mentioned men are tol
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Coach Mather has awarded fresh- After a successful season in foot-
man football numerals to 31 fresh- ball the Michigan sport fans are hop-
men who have been working out for ing for a similar success in basketball,
the past two months under his tute-Ithe next major sport.
lage. The basketball squad, under the di-
The squad this year was unusually rection of Coach Mather has been
small for a freshman team at Michi- practicing four times a week since
gan, as only about 100 candidates October 12. A few weeks after foot-t
reported to the coach at the beginning ball is over four gridders will report;
of the season. Of this number many' Oosterbaan, Molenda, Sam Babcock,
dropped out as the season progressed iand Gregory, and within a week of
and others were cut by the coaches. that time the final cut of the season
The usual number of num- will be made.
erals awarded for freshman football Captain Doyle; Chambers, and
is approximately 50. The list of year- Cherry, three of last years regulars,
lings who received the sweaters fol- are again practically assured of their
lows: positions. Finding a man to fill Hag-
M. Boden, H. Barsonte, F. Ashbeck, gerty's place at forward has been a
E. Casper, C. Foog, J. G. Genebis, H. hard task for Coach Mather, but he
H. Hager, S. J. Hozer, A. Hughes, H. has selected Harrigan, a junior on the
C. Jackson, J. Kelly, T. J. Kullman, campus who has 'not played before
F. E. Meese, H. Miethe, H. Z. Ny- for the difficult assignment.
land, H. W. Norris, R. Parker, A. At present, the remaining guard po-
Rathburn, G. Rich, F. Rubendunst, R. sition is a toss up between four men.
L. Slater, J. Schelt, J. Truskoski, J. Martin, a junior, who entered school
E. Walsh, H. Storen, D. Whittle, R. A. a year ago from Detroit City college
Cragin, A. Erickson, J. F. Fraunfelter, has shown promise, as well as Petrie,
J. H. Halpuck, and F. B. Schanz. a sophomore from Huntington, In-
diana. Then there is Schroder, a
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as Reece, an upperclassman fromf
Jackson, all of whom are commanding
It is the opinion of the coach, that
the team as a unit is similar to that
of last season, strong on offense and
weak on defense, and that Chambers
this year is playing better ball than
he did a year ago.
The Ohio State quintet, Conference
champions, have three of their regu-
lars back, Seiffer, who was elected
captain and Cunningham and Hunt of
the football team. The latter suffered
a broken leg on the gridiron this fall,
and it is doubtful if he will be able
to play basketball.I
Illinois has the brightest prospects,
as they finished second in the Con-
ference and have every man on theI
team ready for this seasdn.
Indiana, who finished well up among
the leaders loses only one man, but
that is Logan, one of last year's all-
Conference forwards.l
Considerable interest has been
shown, by the faculty in the Thursday
noon swimniing practices at the Union
and more are reporting' each week.,
All menbers of the faculty are invited
to attend.
PRINCETON, N. J.-Rumors thatj
Princeton will in 1926 play the Univer-
sity of Missouri in football, 'have been
emphatically denied by Dr. C. W. Ken-
nedy, head of the Princeton board of
athletic control, last night.

Short Jo. Within Environs Of Ferry
Field Co prises Last Practice
Of 1925 Season
. Coach Farrell's Varsity harriers
held .their final practice yesterday
afternoon for tomorrow's Conference
run in the form of a short workout
consisting of a jog about Ferry field.
This practice completes the training
for the race, as no practice will be
held this afternoon. The men area
now at "the top of their form, being
in the best condition of the season.
Captain Callahan is now out of the
hospital and has fully recovered from
his illness, but his services are defi-
nitely lost to the squad for tomorrow's
run. The condition of the course has
improved and four miles of the four
and seven-tenths mile course are in
fair shape. Certain spots are still
wet and many, upsets* will doubtless
occur in the championship race due
to the unsteady footing.
If past performances are'taken in-
to account the Badgers are favored
to take first honors in an easy manner,
the Wisconsin team having easily de-
feated all of its opponents this sea
son. Ohio also has a clean slate, but'
its victories have not been as im-
pressive. Michigan and Iowa will
present formidable teams.

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Thirty Hawkeye grapplers have
been working out regularly in the last
few days in preparation for the Uni-
versity of Iowa tournament which is
less than three weeks off.
William Scheyli, Carl Voltmer, and
John Yegge are the only regulars who
have not been going through the reg-
ular practice assigned the matmen by
Coach Mike Howard. The latter two!
will report immediately at the close
of the football season.
The coach has spent most of his
time in guiding the recruits through
the simpler holds. It is the policy of
the mentor to teach only a few posi-
tions and holds until his men have
acquired some experience.
Campus X-Country
Run Ends In Tie
Schaddelle, '27, and Radford, '27,
were tied for first in the all-campus
cross country meet held yesterday aft-
ernoon over the regular intramural
A field of 30 started and every man
who ran finished. Third place went to
Wint, '29, Lowery, '29, was fourth,
while Smith, '29, and Fortune, '29,
fiiished fifth and sixth respectively
in the order named.
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