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THE MICHIGAN DAI LiY'

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MEET DoRAIS ELEVEN SCHOOLS
EI6HT ENTRIES FROM BIG TEN'

First Block "M"
Formed For Penn
Contest In 1907

Representing 11 different schools,
66 harriers will be at the mark this!
morning at Ferry field for the start
of the annual Conference cross'coun-
try race, to determine the team and
individual champions.
The men will set out promptly at
11 o'clock from the old intramural
clubhouse on Ferry field. The finish
line will be strung up at the end of
the ITniversity golf course on South
State street. The regular Varsityl
course is now in fairly good shape and
the predicted upsets should not bel
very prevalent.
The Wolverines will be represented
by a captainless team in this classic,l
due td the fact that Callahan will notj
be able to compete. Coach Farrell
has announced his team to be com-
posed, of Hornberger, Briggs, Reinke,
Baker, Jung and either Iskenderian or
Trh9its, pending ° the condition of the
course. The time for the race will
l1ot be fast as a result of the soggy
condition, the winner being expectedl
to finish in about 27 minutes.
There will be six men entered from
each school, with many of the coaches
postponing their final choices till an
observance of the weather conditions
is'made prior to the firing of the start-
ing gui. The oflicial Conference com-
mittee will be in charge of the race,
arriving this morning. Due to the
withdrawal of both the Chicago and
Purdue hill and dale men, the com-
mittee will be composed of eight men.
The visiting teams, which arrived,
yesterday noon in Ann Arbor, spent,
yesterday afternoon in walking overI

Michigan's block "M." the formation
of which constitutes the most import-
gi omhestru e Neitedr ndi ant tradition of home games dates as
!or Northwestern ar fea red for the X a aka 97
team victory or the individual winner. f A t s examination of The
Daily files throws much light on the
I ! subject. Michigan's greatest football
PVAIIP~ rval in 1907 was Pennsylvania and
the Michigan spirit which backed the
T iteam found expression in the first
In the copy of The Daily for Nov.
~ 6, 1907, the following item is found:
(By Associated Press) "The committee which was appointed
CHICAGO, Nov. 20.-Big Ten foot- by the directors of the Athletic as-
ball point scorers have one more sociation to devise a color scheme for
chance to reach the record of "Red" the Pennsylvania game have decided
Grange last year in scoring 13 touch- upon a unique plan. A large block'
Sh"M" has been laf out in the cheering
?owns for a total of , 78 points, 'but sections. Banners yellow on one side
they are far below that total. and blue on the other will be on sale.'
Nick Kutsch, the Iowa sophomore Every man in the "M" is expected to
Who leads the Big Ten, has not scored hold up his banner yellow side out
when the yellmaster calls for the "M,"
fa point for a month, while Benny I and the rest outside the "M" are to
Friedman of Michigan, his nearest hold up their banners with blue side
rival, has been creeping up. Fried- out."
man is one of the two Big Ten play- In later years the Athletic associa-
ers who holds the honor of having tion assumed the sale of the ban-
won a game single handed. He kick- ners and many varities of the block
a field goal aganst Illinois for the "M" were tried, but it was found that
only score, while Lewis of Northwest- the yellow "M" on the blue field was
ern kicked a field goal against Mich- the most popular.
igan and shut them out of a chance In 1916 at the Pennsylvania game,
for touchdown at that point by a an almost perfect block "M" was
smartly executed safety. formed, being made up of 1,250 blue
Leading point scorers of the Big and 750 yellow banners distributed
Ten: by the Athletic association. At the
Player T FG PAT TOT. game between Cornell and Michigan
Kutsch, Iowa ....6 3 4 49 in 1917, no block "M" was formed due,
Friedman, Migh. ..4 2 17 47 fto the scarcity of materials for the!
SAlmquist, Minn . .7 0 3 45 banners.
I Grange, Ill.......6 0 0 36
Oosterbaan, Mich..6 0 0 36 PORT HURON.-Port Huron's un-
Peplaw, Miun..4 0 7 31 ! defeated, untied and unscored on high.
Wilcox, Purdue . .4 2 1 31I school has issued a blanket challenge
'Joesting, Minn.. 5 0 0 30 to any team in the state that is un-
ralmi, In.......4 0 3 27 defeated, and untied at the end of the
Murrell, Min..4 0 0 24' regular high school season.
Molenda, Mich ... 4 0 0 24 Theachallenge came asthe result
Gregory, Mich. .. !4 0 0 24 of the conflicting newspaper stories,
belittling the Port Huron record be-
NEW YORK.-Alf Goullet, star bike cause of a weak schedule.
rider, who was given $10,000 for en- I
tering the six-day bike race in Madi- PRINCETON, N. .- Jake Slagle,-
son Square garden and the privilege Princeton's candidate for the all-Am-
of picking his own partner, selected erican backfield and Turk Gates, var-
Cecil Walker, Australian star. sity lineman, were working out re-

Ifl ITILL TAKE MOVIES OF
BIG TE[N /:EA Is__
I MINNESOTA GAME TODAY
I _ Moionpitures ilbe taken
of the Michigan-Minnesota game
to be played here today, Director
Fielding H. Yost announced yes-
(Frange Leads Illini Against Ohio terday. Pictures will be taken
In Last Game Of ils Great of every play and it is expected
College Career that the photographers will.get
a good line of the puzzling Min-
MAROONS MEET BADGERSI nesota shift, which has caused ,
officials so much trouble this
Western Conference football teams season. It is hoped that the
will engage in their last games of a picture e n p eve play
seasn ofupsas they will be busy throughout
season of upsets today. the whole game.
Red Grange will lead his Illini team
against Ohio State at Columbus in the
final game of hits brilliant career.
More than 80,000 people, the greatesti
number ever to see a game in the E
Middle West will see Zuppke's great-
est playeres Ohis last effort i col-
legiate circles. Ohio has a strong INS& HD FO R'S UA
team but Illinois has been improving l
all season and should give their cap- Although only two practices have
tain good enough interference to score
more than the Red and Gray. been held, Coach Fisher now has a
Wisconsin and Chicago will end the squad of 80 men out for positions on
season with their annual game at the freshman basketball team.

Quarter Century
Of Service Ends
For Yost Toda
When Michigan leaves the field
here this afternoon, Fielding H. Yost
will have completed 25 years as coach
of Michigan football teams.
In his 25 years as football coach
Coach Yost has achieved one of the
'most marvelous records in the annals
of the sport, his teams losing but15
per cent of their games during that
stretch of years. Coach Yost also pos-
sesses -the enviable record of having
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Fielding H. Yost1
produced more all-American football
players than any other coach in the
land, his total being 13.
Yost achieved instant fame as a
coach -when his teams went the sea-
sons of 1901, 1902, 1903, and 1904 be-
fore encountering a setback, which
came in the final game of the 1905
season, Chicago defating the Wolver-
ines 2-0, after the Yostmen had won
12 straight games that season.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.-A torchlight
parade, led by the band, preceded theI
team on its way to the station here!
Thursday when it left for Ann Arbor.

TODAYS GAMES
Middle West
Minnesota vs. Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Ohio State vs. Illinois, Columbus.
Chicago vs. Wisconsin, Chicago.
Northwestern vs. Notre Dame, South
Bend.
Purdue vs. Indiana, Bloomington.
Missouri vs. Kansas, Lawrence.
Oklahoma vs. Washington, Norman.
Drake vs. Iowa State, Des Moines.
Marquette vs. North, Dakota, Mil-
waukee.
East
Harvard vs. Yale, Cambridge.
Lehigh vs. Lafayette, Bethlehem.
Brown vs. New Hampshire, Provi-
dence.
Fordham vs. Georgetown, New York.
Rutgers vs. New York university,
New Brunswick, N. d.
Syracuse vs. Niagara, Syracuse.
Army vs. Ursinus, West Point.
Columbia vs. Alfred, New York.
_South
Washington and Lee vs. North Caro-
lina State, Lexington, Va.
Tulae vs. Louisiana State, New
Orleans.
Arkansas vs. Oklahoma A. & M.,
Fayet.
Far West
Stanford vs. California, Palo Alto.
Gonzaga vs. Washington State, Spo-
kane.
University of Southern California vs.
Iowa, Los Angeles.
NEW YORK.-The National league
announced yesterday that its "most
valuable player award" for the season
of 1925 would be brought into the
light of day on Monday.

Stagg field. The Maroons will be han-
dicapped by the loss of five men who{
were declared ineligible at the mid-
quarter examinations.
Indiana Memorial stadium will be
dedicated with the annual clash be-
tween Indiana and Purdue. Either
team can make a successful season
out of a season of defeats by winning
this traditional game.
At South Bend, Notre Dame will en-
gage Northwestern, who since their
victory over Michigan have been re-
garded as a powerful team. A win
for the Irish would give them a claim
to the mythical western title. The
"Wildcats" will be at full strength,
with the phenomenal "Moon" Baker
in the backfield.
The University of Iowa will travell
to the Pacific coast to engage the
University of Southernt.California in
a grid game. Injuries to the Trojan
stars have clouded the hopes of the
coast team for a victory over the
Hawkeyes.
cently with the soccer team that is
leading the Eastern Intercollegiate
league. The team already has beaten
Harvard and Yale.

Thus far little attention has been
given to the good men on the tryout
roster, but the coach is devoting his
efforts to weeding out the poor play-
ers.
The first cut of the season will
come Monday when 20 cagers will be
eliminated from the group. Follow-
ing this there will be a regular small
weekly cut from now until Christmas
time.
As yet the coach has not yet de-
cided on keeping any definite number
throughout the season. However, the
size of the squad will vary from 15
to 25 depending upon the calibre and
class of the material.
It is expected that a few good men
will put intheir appearance within
the next week. This group includes
those who have been busied with
freshman football and other yearling
athletics. -
The team is to continue working
out regularly at Waterman gymnas-
ium the first four nights of each
week. It is probable that the main
court at Yost field house will be used
starting just before Christmas time.
Coach Fisher has as his assistants
Jack Blott, and Harry Kipke.

the course so as to become thoroughly
familiar with the layout. Michigan's
squad concluded their practice Thurs-
day in the form of a short and easy
workout in the environs of the field
house. After the race the competing
harriers will be the guests of the Blue
Key club at a luncheon to be given
at the Michigan Union. Following this
'they will be the guests of the athletic!
association at the football game with
the Gophers. {
The Big Ten entries are given the!
edge by a wide margin, in the advance 1
dope over the non-conference entries, 1
Marquette, Michigan State college and!
Notre Dame. Michigan State has al-
ready been defeated this season in a
dual meet with Coach Farrell's ag-
gregation. Marquette's team is known
to be weak, although they boast the
likely individual champion in Schimik,
who ran second to Phelps of Iowa
last year. Notre Dame has not
achieved any noteworthy victories in
harrier meets this season.
The Wisconsin team, composed of
Chapman, Elleson, Kubley, Reeves,
Zola and McKee, should find little
trouble in duplicating last year's win
in today's run. They -have an excep-
tionally powerful team and have not
been defeated in a dual meet this fall.
Among their victims were the Michi-
gan and Iowa squads, two of the most
formidable in the Conference.
Ohio, Michigan, Iowa and Minnesota,
stand next in the ratings, with Minne-
sota a shade behind the first three,
who are conceded to be almost of
equally strong calibre. Ohio defeated!
Michigan in the triangular meet, but
it is anticipated that the Wolverines
have overcome this advantage. Iowa
lost to Wisconsin, but has a strong
team, and Minnesota is not far be-
hind the Hawkeyes in strength.
Hornberger and Briggs are two men
who 'have a good chance of copping
the individual honors. Hornberger,
especially has turned in some fine
performances this fall. Captain White
who has returned to form after the
injury he suffered in the Iowa meet,;
will carry Illinois' colors into the fray
in hopes of leading the way home.
Ohio has two strong contenders in
Captain Black and Kennedy who may
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