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6; etin Fund WVhie fleifieLd Untridj
S~m0h'y Toe Should Proe
Vauabfe Aid
East Lansing, Oct. 2.---Coach Yonn
ended his week's strenuous prepara-
tion for the Michigan game at Ann Ar-
bor tomorrow by sending the entire
Varsity squad through a long signal
and forward passing drill here this
Enthusiasm for a Green and White
victory over the Wolverines iomgrrow
is at its highest pitch. Coach Young
has drilled the men in every detail in
an effort to avenge the close defeat
handed to his men by the Michigan
team headed by Captain Steger in the
dedication game at Lansing last year.
The Green and White team which
will entrain for Ann Arbor tomorrow
morning, will face the Wolveriines
with a strong line and an untried
backfleld. With reports, that Yost's
aggregation is composed of much the
same calibre, fans are expecting to
see a forward passing game. 'The
Lansing line is one of the best devel-
oped here in recent years and will
be a real test for the Michigan line.
Drew and Anderson have drawn the
assignment to guard the flank posi-
tions. Spiekerman and Captain Has-
kins are two tackles that are hard to
duplicate and should feature in the
play tomorrow. Haskins versus Ed-
wards of Michigan should be a battle
worth watching.
Rummell and Hackett will fill the
guard positions while Vogal will han-
dle the center job.
The Michigan State backfield will
consist of Fouts at quarter, Boehring-
er and Smith at the halves and Van
Buren at fullback. Boehringer is the
only member of the quartet who is
not a sophomore, and it .is probable
that Ruhl, a second year man, will
play a good part of the contest at
Boehringer's position.
Paul Smith will handle the kicking
end of the game, and his toe should
aid materially during the game. Ly-
Man, who called the signals in the
first game last week, may see consid-
erable service against the Wolver-
Due to the adverse weather condi-
tions there has been an extension of
time granted the matches in the al-
campustennis tournament which
were to have been reported at the
Intramural office Monday. The date
set now is three days after the con-
ditions allow matches to be played.
All matches not reported then will
be forfeited. Those men who enter-
ed the tournament and whose names
were not in the schedule printed in
yesterday's Daily, are requested to
consult the schedule in the Intramural
offlce and find out if they have drawn
byes. Any mistakes reported to the
manager will be corrected.
New York, Oct. 2. - Rogers horns-
by will equal a major league record
of long standing if he keeps up hist
present .400 .hitting pace for the last
few games of the season.
This is Hornsby's sixth straight
year at the top of the National league
batting heap, which improves on his
own league record.
Ralph Carman, captain of the Pur-
due football team of 1922, has e
rolled as a pre-medic student at In-

Buck Harris Has
Rare Opportunity
In Current Series
Washington, Oct. 2.--Stanley lHar-
ris, the "boy wonder", has in his
jra aslthe opportunity to prove hin-
self one of the five greatest baseball
managers of all time.
In 21 years of world's series his -
tory only four men--far-famed forl
nany seasons--have captured the na-
tional game's greatest title two years
m1i succession. They were the late
F'rank Chance with the Chicago CubsI
in 1907 and 10<8, Connie Mack with
the Philadelphia Athletics in 1910 and
1911, Bill (arrigan witlh the Boston
Americans in .1915 and 1916 and ,John1
McGraw with the New York Giants
in 1921 and 1922.
Today Harris stands with one vie-
Story to his credit, the Conquest ofl
the Giants a year ago, and another
world's series in the offing, this time
aginDst Pittsburgh.




Opponents Todayfd
Chicago, who won the Conference loser proportionally less.
Altou Aicign'sVasiy leenfootball championship last year, is lI a first division iteamz defeats one
Aithouli Michigan's ,Varsity eleven l,, roorinal
will open the season with Coach rated third according to a new sys- in the second division it gets less
Young's Michigan State college team tern of football rating devised by points than if it had beaten a team
this afternoon at Ferry field, but two Prof. Frank 0. Dickinson, of the Uni- in the first division. In the case of
>f the Varsity coaches will be pres- versity of Illinois ecommic;; depart- tie games the points are divided
ent to direct the team from the bench. ment. equally between the two teams.
Ilead Coach Yost and assistant In his rating Professor Dickinson -.The points an team has are then
Coach Cappon are remaining in Ann places Illinois at the head of the list, added together and divided by the
Arbor today, the other members of Iowa second, Chicago third and Xlich- number of Conference games that they
he staff having left last night to scout igan fourth. Ile claims that the pres- played. From this their standing is
several of the Wolverine opponents cnt percentage system is inadequate arrived at. The team with the most
oday. inasmuch as it considers a tie game p ints is first, with the second highest
Tad Wieman will scout the Illinois- as if were not on the schedule. It i amount second.
Lgebraska contest at Urbana while seems to him that it is absurd to The following is the Big Ten Con-
larry Kipke and Jack Blott will discard ties when there are so few f ference football standing for the 19,24
-ather information about Coach Lit- games on a schedule. I season according to the Dickinson.
le's Badgers at Madison, where Wis- Professor Dickinson believes that football rating system:
onsin will meet Ames. Coach' Math- the percentage system serves well in! 1. Illinois....22.50 Iost to North-
r will scout the Indiana-Wabash en- baseball where each team in the lea- - . Illinois ......22.50
ounter. gue plays every other one at least 20 2. Iowa ........20.00
-_ .. times in the course of a season but in ]3. Chicago......17.75
T ER SCHOOLS football, and especially in the Con-! 4. Michigan .... 1.33
+ D R S H O S frzc twill not do. 5. Mininesota ... 16.25
COPY M1ICHIGAN Each team plays an average of five O, Ohio State .15,00
ig Ten games a season and sine it 7. Purdue.....15.00 Lost to Oh o
ATHLETIC PLANT is the percentage of games won and State.
lost that counts a coach will naur- S. Wisconsin ...13.75
i1-- allyD ick some easy victims Thi sl9. Northwestern 12:50


I The establishment of the Yost field
I__ - -----house at the University of Michigan
j as a plant to house competitive ath-
EaEsx letics of all kinds has been the signal
U. of D. vs. Army, West Point. for activity on the part of other un-
Pittsburgh vs. Lafayette, Pittsburgh. iversities to plan similar structures.
Yale vs. Middlebury, New Haven. In order to make possible a pro-
Syracuse vs. Vermont, Syracuse. gram of "athletics for all" for a
Princeton vs. Amherst, Princeton. large student body, adequate space
Harvard vs. Rensslaer, Cambridge. and facilities are necessary. Athlet-
Cornell vs. Niagara, Ithaca. - V<Mic Director Fielding H. Yost solved,
Columbia vs. J. Ihopkins, iaker the problem by his innovation of the
Field. field house, the first structure of itsl
Boston College vs. Catholic U., Bos- Fielding i. ot - - kind in the world.
ton. vnThe University of Chicago has tak-
Dartmouth vs Hobart, Hanover. ieing H. "Hlurry Up" Yost, (Ii- 1were scored In 1904, with pointsE en the first steps in the construction
Pennsy vs. Swarthmore, Philadel- rector of intercollegiate athletics and being scored by opposing teams, while! of a field house by the letting out of
phia. Var ity football coach, will inaugu-in 1904 the Michigan team totaled the contracts. Director A. Alonzo
Penn State vs. Fr. Marshall, Stat e his twenty-fourth season as Wol- aG' points, and her opponents totaled Stagg of the University of Chicago,
College.. re hi reny-tri a,22 points. the sponsor of the new project, was a
ton. venue gridiron ment or this afternoon,1
Colgate vs. Clarkson Tech., hamil- when his Varsity eleven will encoun- Michigan next went undefeated in visitor at Ann Arbor last year when
ton. .ter Michigan S ate colloge in the 11910, but two tie games marred the - he made a tour of inspection of the
Brown vs. Colby, Providence. teMiignSaeclge nth
Bucknell vs. St. Bonaventure, Lewis. opening. contest of the 1925 reason. season's record. It was not until 1918 Yost field house.
Crneie vs. Thi., Pittsbnurg, . In his 24 years as football coach) that Michigan possessed a team that Authorities- at the University of
Rutgers vs. Villanova, New Bruns- at Michigan, Coach Yost has attained was neither beaten nor tied. In 1922 Wisconsin have also received per-
wick sone of the most marvelous records the Wolverines vanquished six of sev- I mission from the legislature for such
wickin the annals of American football, en opponents, Vanderbilt holding the a building and tentative plans are be-
W. & J. vs. Marietta, Washington, is teams losing but 15 per cent of strong Michigan eleven to a score- j ing made.
a. d their games during that stretch of1 less tie. In 1928 Michigan was vic- From hhe University of Iowa comes
W s Sowhs years. toiOus in all eight games played. reports that the regents there are in
- South Coach Yost also possesses the en- 1Many football followers regard the favor of a new field house, and the
Georgia Tech. vs. V. M. I., Atlanta. viable record of having produced more 1922 eleven as Michigan's greatest prospects for its construction are ex-
Gettysburg vs. Lehigh, Gettysburg. All-American football players than any team, rivalling even the point a min- ceedingly bright.
Baylor vs. Denton, Waco. coach in the land, "Butch" Slaughter ute teams. When one considers the The University of Maine, at which
Georgia vs. . Virginia, Athens. being the thirteenth Yost pupil to personnel of the 1922 team, one can- President Clarence Cook Little form-
Vanderbilt vs. Hend-Brown, Nash- gain that signal honor. Two of the not help hut realize that Yost had a erly presided, has a new field house
ville. veteran coach's former players, "wil- truly great aggregation of gridiron nearly completed.
Louisiana vs. Jefferson, Pine. lie" Reston and "Germany" Schultz, stars, Kipke, Blott and Slaughter were In regards to the usefulness of a
Louisville vs. Evansville, Louisville. were placed on the all-time All- first team All-Americans, Kirk and! field house Director Yost says, "I ex-
Miami vs. Georgetown, Oxford. American eleven, Michigan being the Goebel were rated the best pair of pect that in the next ten years every
Rice vs. Sam Houston, Houston. only school to place more than one ends in the country, with Kirk be- j university and college of note will
S. Carolina vs. N. Carlonia, Colum- player on the team. ing chosen on Walter Camp's second j have a field house. All are recog-
bia. In 24 years of competltion, Yost's team. nizing its necessity in furthering the
Tulane vs. Missouri, N. Orleans. teams were victorious in 156 battles, Uteritz, third team All-American physical welfare of a student body."
West while defeat was suffered on 29 o0-I quarterback that year, directed the %
U. of M. vs. Mich. State, Ann Arbor. casions. Ten tie games were played team, with Cappon, one of Michigan's Dick "Hiki" Woodward, leading
Illinois vs. Nebraska, Urbana. in this period. "reatest fullbacks, as the battering pitcher of the Indiana university Big
Ohio State vs. Ohio Wes., Columbus. Yost achieved instant fame as a rain. Jack Keefer, who was men- Ten championship baseball team last
Chicago vs. Kentucky, Chicago. coach when his tnams went the sea-! tioned on several All-American se- season, won seven games out of nine
Wisconsin vs. Iowa State, Madison. sans of 1901, 1902, 190., and 1904 be-I lections last year as a member of the pitched for the Fort Smith, Ark.. team
Purdue vs. Wabash, Lafayette, fore encountering a setbaek, which Brown university - backfield, was a ! of the Western association. Wood-
Iowa vs. Arkansas, Iowa City, came in the final contest of the 1905 substitute halfback, filling in after ward was signed by the St. Louis
Minnesota vs. N. Dakota, Minne- season, Chicago defeating the Wolver-.3 Doug Roby was injured. Stanley Cardinals at the close of the Big Ten
apolis. .Iknes 2-0. after the Yostmen had won Muirhead, Johns, Rossatti and Steele schedule and was farmed out to the
Northwestern vs. S. Dakota, Evans- 12 straight games that season. j(were the star linemen. minors for seasoning.
ton. Coach Yost's first four elevensIl
Indiana vs. Ind. Nor., Bloomington. quite commonly known as the famous
Lombard vs. Notre Dame, South "point a minute" teams, are regarded DAILY TRYOUTS
Bend. as his greatest teanv. In 1901 the__
DePauw ys. Butler, Indianapolis. Wolverines scored ric points aginst The Michigan Daily offers the
Okla. Aggies vs. Kansas, Lawrence. their opponents, and remained U111 11members of its staff an enjoyable
Oklahoma vs. Kan. Aggies, Manhat- scored upon all sa I. n 1902 the way of 'spending surplus time -
tan. team scored 644 points, one of the and practical work in journal-
John Carroll vs. Quant. Marines, greatest feats in football, while but I ism. A few more men and wo-
Cleveland. 12 points were chalked up against it. men are needed for the editorial
N. Dakota Ags. vs. Creighton, Fargo. Five hundred and sixty five points staff All persons interested are

aly p li.l31G l 3i} 1411% . I V . M Qu l& . t
does not mean to infer that coaches 10. Indiana ...-..12.50 Lost to
of the Conference pick weak oppon- Northwestern.
ents but rather that the percentage
system encourages this practice.
According to his system, Professor IfGYM TEAM
Dickinson divides the ten teams of I
the Conference into two parts. Those a All men interested in the for-
teams who have a rating of .500 or mation of a Gym team are urged
better and those under .500. If a team ( to be present at, 10 o'clock today -
in the first division defeats another in Waterman gymnasium. }.F
of the first division it counts for a
certain number of points. That is the
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Colorado vs. Montana State, Bould-

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