THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TKUR$DAY$..OCTU5ER 14., 1926
PAG]I~~~ SIX *THE MICH~~~IN DIY*TLRDY C(h1R1,12
Ingram Drives Team Hard In Attempt
To Get Into Condition For
First Real Game
SHAPELY BACK IN GAME
ANNAPOLIS, Oct. 13.-Victorious in
the first three games of the season, the
Naval academy is being driven hard
this week by Coach Bill Ingram in
preparation for the first real test of
the season Saturday when the team
meets Princeton in a game at Palmer
Fcr several years the Tigers have
helda jinx over the Annapolis eleven.
Of the seven games that have been
played, Princeton has won three, three
have resulted in ties, and the Navy
has won only one, this in 1921 by a
13-0 score. Last year in the game at.
Baltimore the teams were tied with a
touchdown and field goal for each.
During the practices which started
Monday in preparation for the game,
the Navy B squad has been using
Princeton plays against the Varsity in,
an effort to .uncover the weak .spots in
The play of Capt. Frank Wickhorst,
Illinois boy .who holds down a tackle
berth, has been one of the features
of the Navy's play this year. Wick-
horst has been impregnable on the de-
fense landopens u~p large holes for the
backs w.hen they start their attack.-
He is the heaviest man on the team,
weighi ng 218 pounds, and is playing
his third year of varsity football.
Wickhorst spent his freshman year at
the University of Illinois where he
was a team-mate of Red Grange. In
addition to this, he served a season
on the Naval academy plebe eleven.
Shapley, star backfield man, has re-
turned to the lineup after a week's
absence, and is expected to start
against Princeton. One other notice-
able shift was the placing of Osborn
at center and this has added much
strength to the line. Lloyd and Tay-
lor have been working at the ends,
Wickhorst and Eddy at the tackles,
Born and Cross at the guards, and
Shapely, Ransford, Hamilton, and
Hannegan in the backfield during thef
last few practices.
Coach Ingran espent two days in
dummy and blocking, drills, and the
squad was sent through a stiff scrim-
mage today. It is probable that the
team will have one more scrimmage
tomorrow, and a light signal drill Fri-'
day in final preparation for the clash.
Up until this season the University
of Nebraska football squads engaged
in 274 games, starting in 1890.
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Lenglen of France, ea
Mary Browne, former
meWs tennis champion
in an exhibition matc
were 6-0, 6-2.
Vincent Richards d
-Kinsey, 6-1,, 6-3.
In the men's doubles
Kinsey defeated Har
and. Paul Feret in a on
Miss Browne and Sno
Mlle. Lenglen and Fe
6-3. A hard drive fr
racquet struck Mlle.I
face but she appeare
The matches, markin
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were witnessed by 3,5(
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report to Coach Pe
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practices and all f
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Coference Lead bre
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4 PEPLAW IS SEVENTH als
Bo Molenda, Michigan's star full- ing
11 1 1back who was in a five way tie for the
second placesin Western conference nat
scoring with 18 points, made two T
touchdowns and kicked a pair of goals ret
for points after touchdown against Tin
Michigan State college to take the for
jlead with a total of 32 points, just Li
two markers ahead of "Marty" Ka- ties
row of Ohio State. fal
The Ohio .halfback made a goodaing
showing against Ohio Wesleyan scor- ng
ing 12 of his team's 47 points. Gustaf- sion
son of Northwestern doubled his total pla
score of 13 which he held last week sim
and now holds third place with 26"
counters. Crofoot, Wisconsin, and
Bennett, Indiana, each raised his total N
by a single touchdown to tie for the of t
1. - Suzanne next place. Isern
sily disposed of Peplaw of Minnesota managed to ror
American wo- score but one point, after touchdown,
here last night and dropped from first to seventh
Ah. The scores place while his team mate Joesting
failed to add to his total. The game
efeated Howard with Notre Dame proved a stumbling
block to the Gophers' offensive weap-
S, Richards and The.eadersi/
vey Snodgrass T FG PAT TI.
e-set match 6-4. Molenda, Michiga ....5 0 2 32
dgrass defeated Karow, Ohio State ...5 0 0 30
ret in one set, Gustafson, N'western .4 0 2 26
rom Snodgrass' Bennett, Indiana .....4 0 0 24
Lenglen in the ICrofoot, Wisconsin ...4 0 0 24
d unhurt. Peters, Illinois ........2 1 6 21
ig the first Can- Peplaw, Minnesota ....3 0 2 20
Mlle. Lenglen, 'Schmidt, Iowa .......3 0 0 18
00 persons. Eby, Ohio State ......3 0 0 18
Joesting, Minnesota ...3 0 0 18
Kutsch, Iowa .......2 0 3 15
TLERS Friedman, Michigan ...1 0 7 131
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and floor of Rider's Pen Shop
Um. Agency for the
hold regular Remington Portable
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hicago May Break
(Bly Associated Press)
HICAGO s Oct. 13. - The Chicago
bune understands that an athletic
ak between the University of Chi-
o and Northwestern university, rv-
of long standing is imminent.
nformation to the newspaper is that
cago will take initiative in sever-
relations with Northwestern after
ir football game Nov. 13, over the
tter of eligibility.
he Tribune understands that the
urn to the Northwestern lineup of
iy Lewis,stellar fullback, is a fac-'
in the situation.
ewis, whom Northwestern authori-
last year said .could not play this1
because of scholastic shortcom-j
s, was announced eligible a fort-I
ht ago as a result of summer ses-
work, and Capt. Moon Baker is
ying with the Purple following
EW YORK.-Figures tell the story
he Cardinal's supremacy in world'
es play. The Yankees led in er- I
s, and not much else.
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'ARD uELI MI*NATED
David Ward, Michigan slate amateur
golf champion, was elinminated froin
the all-campus tournament by Al
Vyse, I down and 1 to play yesterday
I afternoon. Ward came in from the
first nine up, shooting a 34, Vyse scor-
ing 37. During the second circuit Vyse
displayed some splendid golf while
Ward fell short of his usual form. By
winning 5 holes, 4 of thim in succes-
sion, Vyse held the state amateur
champ dormie 2 at the 17th tee.
This hole looked like Ward's when
his third rimmed the cup, cinching a
par 4, with his opponent's third lying
12 feet from the cup. But Vyse, like
a Hagen, ran the putt, and ended the,
On the second nine Ward made his
highest score of the fall, 38, bringing
his total* for the round to 72. Vyse
shot 34 on that round which gave him
Robert Hastings, playing Hugo_
Krave to determine who should op-
pose Goodspeed in the lower 1bracket
of the semi-finals, won by a 2 and 1
BISHOP ENGAGES 'YALNrHRIR
IN GO0LF MATICH
The Rt. R1ev. Arthur Foley Winning--9
ton-Ingram, Lord Bishop of London, B GN~ K T A
pare wthCaltnWells, Varsity____
golf coach, engaged Fred "Glover, golf jC~ciEwnSafr ilasm
Coach Edwin Shadford will assem-
captaini,,and Rev. II..C.. .ThoMas,, the ;bl'~eIr~h~~"co
Bishop's chaplain, in a foursome yes- e . s r -country
terday morning at the Ann Arbor golf didates for the initial practice run of
course. [the year this afternoon, with Water-
Only sceeit holes were played, the man gymnasium designated as the
Bishop scoring close to 50. It is re- starting point. Freshmen who in-
ported that he plays an excellent game
dstehs68yasofg.Hesng tend to try out for the squad are re-
despite his 6 years of age. Hie swings
well, has a good stance, and possesses quested to report at Waterman gym-
an accurate aim. nasium some time today.
Coach Shadford, an Ann Arbor pro-
margin. Their scores were, Hastings duct, has been appointed to fill the
76, Krave 78. The Hastings-Go vacancy left en by L. C. Furnss
speed contest will be waged Friday government position in Minnesota.
afternoon. I The new coach is a graduate of
Michigan State normal college with a
"ART" AND "CHUCK" BORN WILL degree in physical education. After
CLASH IN ARMY-NAVY GAME 1 graduating from the Normal college,
Shadford assisted in physical training
ANNAPOLIS, Md.-When the Army at Ann Arbor high school for two
and Navy football teams clash Nov. years, later going to Adrian.
27 at Chicago, two brothers will in all At Adrian he coached the football,
likelihood take part in the game. basketball, and track teams, remain-
Chuck and Arthur Born both decided ing in that capacity until last spring.
to enter the United States sjrvice, but
n"P ehnthn 1the NEW YORK- G T Jha d-
uuecuu eb el v T7 sue Ouler" ILae
nied that he is engaged to be married.
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TiursdaN, October 21
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-is the day we will show our new Fall
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Is here Wednesday, Thursda'
Friday at Huston Bros. billiar
lors, displaying all the latest
in College Footwear. He will b
THERE'S no other sport on the calendar to
compare with smoking a jimmy-pipe packed
with P. A. Indoors and out. Any season. You
win even when you draw, if you get what we
mean. And how you will draw, once you know
the wonderful taste of Prince Albert!
Cool as an over-cut notice from the dean.
Sweet as the thoughts of a holiday. Fragrant as
woodland flowers after a spring shower. P. A.
never bites your tongue or parches your throat.
The Prince Albert process fixed that the day
P. A. matriculated.
Come out for this major sport. Get yourself
a tidy red tin at that nearby smoke-shop where
they hand out P. A. sunshine. You and Prince
Albert are going to be great buddies right from
the start. Because there just never was another
tobacco like Prince Albert!
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P. A. is sold everywhere ins
tidy red tins, pound and half
pound tin humidors, and
pound crystal-glass humidors
with sponge-moistener top.
And always .with every bit
o) bite and parch removed by
the Prince Albert process.
to show you.