THE MICHIGAN I)AILLY_
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1926
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WEDNE~DY. SEPTMBER29 !k
Returns To Team
ON THE SIDEtINES
By Wilton A. Smpson .man on the squad weighing more than
Contrary to early reports regarding,? 200 pounds. Asbeck, a tackle and end!
the weight of ,the Oklahoma Aggie |candidate, is the heaviest man on the
football team, Michigan will outweigh sqiuad, having 206 pounds to put forths
its opponents when the two teams as a bid for a position on the team.
line up on Ferry field for the opening
game of the season Saturday. The Many spectators at the after-j
Aggie line will outweigh Michigan's lioonf ootball practices have been
by one pound to a man, but the Wol- speculating as to the exact weight
verine backfield will hold a 10 pound of "Bo" Molenda, last year's full-
weight advantage over the Maulbetsch back. lolenda reported for thet
backfield. In ti.al rti 10 d 1 i
Southpaws Picked assignment, Hornsby indicated, if
To IHurl First Of The loss of Benny Bengough, star
BaSebaCl. Clss2 I Yankee catcher, who fractured a
bone in his right arm when hit by a
pitched ball on the last western trip,I
(By Associated Press is a heavy blow to Huggins.
NEW YORK, Sept. 28.-Rain and 1uggins has decided to start.Earl
cold weather kept the world's baseball Combs at his regular post in center-
championship contenders, theYankees field, instead of Paschal.
and Cardinals, idle today, but the
rival field marshals, Miller Huggins
and Rogers Hornsby, took advantage
of the interval by an intensive study
of tactics and strategy.
The cheif result of this "master-
minding" is 'the prospects that the
opening game of the world's series
on Saturday will develop a battle of
lefthanders, probably between Herb
Pennock of the Yankess, and Willie
Sherdel of St. Louis.
Huggins indicated today he was
virtually certain to pick a lefthander, I
which would confine his choice to
Pennock or Dutch Reuther, among the
Grover Cleveland Alexander, the
veteran to help the Cardinals in their
vinning drive, will get the first game
IA AG(ELAI, TRYOT-TS
All sophomores or second. e-
mester freshmenwishing to try
out for Football manager please
report at field house any iafter-
noon at 3 o'clock.
John Denton, Manager.
Clarence W. Spears, head football
coach at Minnesota, has been released
from the hospital following a serious
illness. For a time it was feared that
an operation for gall stones would be
necessary, but Spears responded to
treatment and will again be able to
direct the workouts of the Gopher grid
This is Separs' second year at Min-
neapolis, following an impressive
showing as football coach at West
Virginia, and much is expected of his
team this season. Last year, the older
players found it hard to adapt them-
selves to the, style of play introduced
by Spears and the result was that
many of them were replaced by soph-
omores who were capable of fitting
into the new system, although grgen
in varsity competition.. With last
year's invaluable experience, they
should form the nucleus of a team
that will be a strong contender for
Western Conference honors.
Tommy Con n~ly and George Hilde-
brand, of the American league, and
Hank O'Day and Bill Klem, of the
National league, have been named to
officiate in the World series games.
Clarence Rowland, of the American
league, was named substitute.
Paul Cook, one of the outstand-
ing backfield candidate of the
spring practice,, was among the
Varsity men on the practice field
yesterday. Cook suffered a se-
vere knee injury last spring while
practicing baseball on Ferry field.
Throughout the summer, Cook
was bothered with the knee in-
jury and was forced to submit to
treatment at the University hos-
pital a month ago.
Since that time his leg has healed
rapidly and it Js thought that he will
be able to play in a few weeks. InI
the practice yesterday, Cook ran . pp
and down the, field catching punts-
without his characteristic limp.
All of the Varsity men received
new football pants yesterday, giv-
ing a strong contrast of 11a.ize
and Blue to the uniform. The net
pants are of a rather nondescript
color-nq~tnuize, not yellow, just
The backfield candidates spent a
major part of the afternoon of prac-
tictice running the ends, placing em-
phasis on cutting back through tackle.
Coaches Kipke and Veenker, Yost's
new aid, gave some flashy demonstra-
tions in the art of skirting the ends.
Kipke, wearing a white jersey, romped
across the field with his gallop-a
true phantom of the gridiron.
Louis Gilbert, who did the
punting for the Wolverine eleven
last ygar, will undoubtedly do a
large part of the kicking this sea-
qon. Rich and Gilbert did some
fine punting in yesterday's work-
After the frst cut which was an-
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than lie was a year ago at this
time. According to accurate
scales, he now weighs 200 ppunds.
His veIght varies from 200 to 195
pounds, depending on the heat and
the strenuousness of the work out.
The Wolverine fullback kept in
training during the summer
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