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AY, NOVEMBER 2, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ON THE S IDELI

Milton A Simpson,
In answer to a myriad of qc:estions
as to just what was wrong with the
team at Baltimgre Saturday, we feel
that some explanation should be at-
tempted. Post mortems are usually
worthless, but at this time,it seems
that one is appropriate.
First, we must refute th ut-
terly false rumor that the foot-
ball team was intoxicated. The
fellow who started that piece of
fiction had better chin himself
and get on the curb, ant then
get his eyes in focus. Just be-
cause several members of the
team are fortunate enough to,
possess rosy colored complexions,
some suppose that they have been
out on all night parties just be-
fore the big game. The Micil-
gan team was not drunk, -before
during, or after the Navy game.
Was the Michigan team overcon-
fident? We are inclined to believe
that it was, and a little too much so.
Inthe first place, Michigan was not
primed for such a battle. Coach
Yost, who was so pleased with the
victory over Illinois, called off the
practice Monday for those men who
met competition against the Illini.
The Wolverines practiced two days,
Tuesday and Wednesday, in which
they prepared for the Navy attack.
Thursday we were riding a freight
to Washington, and on 'Friday after-
noon the men were sent through a
public exhibition in Municipal stad-
ium. Neither the coaches- nor thet
players were prepared for a real
game, the kind that they were forced1
to meet Saturday.e
TOO much sightseeing? De-t
cidedly oto much! The Micl-i
gan football team was taken on at
sight seeing tour, one of the
minor attractions being the
Michiga-Navy football game Sat-t
urday. Those of us who accom-$
pained the team were sore and1
tired after dogging around ll c
day, and the gods only know t
how tired the football men weres
after they practiced football andN
covered half the globe on thet
tour.
Michigan has no ground for sobbing
(and should never have in any game)C
about the Navy victory. The Wol-
verines were defeated by a much su-
perior team, and must swallow the
defeat without a chaser. The Mid-
shipmen may not be a better team
than the Wolverines, but they were
Saturdayand that was the day that
counted. The Midshipmen were prim-
ed for the Michigan game since the
start of the season, and fought every
minute in an effot to avenge the 54
to 0 defeat of last season.
The Annapolis eleven outcharg-
ed the Wolverines, and broke
a through time and time again to
stop the backfield before it
could get under way. When the
Navy backs were carrying the all
they found holes big enough in
the Michigan line to drive a bat-
tleship through. The air about
town is rife with the opinion that
most of the gains were made
through the center of the line,
but that is not true. From our

observation, 31110
were as much to1
were not to blame
the rest of the li
as you will, the
was dorn aut an
eleven that defea
0.
What about our
tackET Friedman
passes but had his
high, or else the ta
the right place. M
29 forward passes a
ed to find that the
ered all but six. W
did catch a pass, h
fore he could untan
Michigan had c
in the first half,;
portunities on exc]
Louis Gilbert gain
many of his punt
verines seemed to
was unfair to tak
the Navy. The
fumbling in the N
Michigan playing t
than we. have see
this year. The I
bled more Saturi
hate is the last £i
the exeeption of
the wease l" gamn
weitern last seas
The defeat Saturd
ening to all, both to
the Michigan fans,t
a good thing the N
Michigan's chancesf
ern Conference footb
are at least 20 per
than they were two
is a certainty that o
been eradicated, aw
is statting a new s
'Were sent througha
terday and ld a n

y ST TO BE HONORED VARSITY GOLFERS PLAY WELL
NE S AT DETIIT THEATER IN TOURNEYS DMRING SUMMER
Fielding H. Yost, Michigan's fa-j
ious football coach will be the hon- Michigan's Varsity golf squad made IMalloy excluded him from the listin
or ed guest of the Capitol theater is Ibt nsae alyecue imfo h iti
ilgan' takrt whn heCll viw abetter showing in state competition a 20 hole-final. Malloy later won.
tonight,t summer than ever before. In the tournament.
blame, but they for the first time Richard Dix i "The the state amateur tournament, played Michigan was represented also at
e any more than Qutarterback,' the film in which he on the Lochmoor course Detroit. the Flint Invitation tournament by
ue. EXIphaiul it pcrsonally directed the . football Capt. Fred Feeley, Connor, Vyse, and |Bob Hastings. winner of both the 1925
Michigan teare scenes. Cole qualified, while David Ward, now and 1926 all-campus tournaments,
1d was not the Coach Yost will also take part in a freshman at the University took first|Fred Glover, and Al Vyse. John Glov-
ted hhinois, i"- one of the most novel ideas ever at-- honors. er and Dave Ward were other men
tcmpted in connection with the pres- Ad Connor, who made the best to get pairings in the first round. With
~ntation of a motion picture when i2;showing of any of the Michigan men the exception of Vyse, however, none
forward pass at- footballs, autographed by the regulars at the Conference meet last June by f these men survived their first
threw a lot of of the 1926 Wolverine team, are pass-fatteCneecmetlsJuebofhse enuridterfrt
sights raised too ed by the Michigan mentor from the placing fourth, lasted longer than any matches. Vyse was put out by Bob
rgts wred nti se iy the adigne, whre the other Varsity man in the state com- Lay, winner of the tournament, in
rgets were not in stage into the audience, where th petition. In his first round he elimi- the third. Consolation honors went
ichigan attempted lucky receivers may grab and keep nated Al Vyse by shooting a 71 on to Dave, Ward.
and was bewilder- them the par 73 course. Until the semi- Dave Ward has also to his credit
Midlshipmen coy- I A number of famous football sta finals his chances for the title looked1 other golf achievements for the past
hen a Wolverine who won their "M's" in years gone by good but in that match Dave Ward I'season. Last May he won the state
e was tackled be- are also invited to be guests of the high school championship, played over
rigle himself, management. Chief an-ong them will proved slightly the bgetter man by hg colcaposipae vi
g winning after two extra holes. the St. Clair Country club course in
be Judge William Heston, all-Ameri- Cole outplayed his opposition until Canada. Later he added the western
hances to score can halfback. 'the third match which he lost by one Michigan title to his laurels. This
gaining its op- hole. In his first game he disposed record practically assures Ward of a
anges of puts. B own Coach Favors of last year's captain of Harvard's place on the Varsity when he reaches
golf team: His second victim wa's sophomore standing next year.
s, but the Wol- Howard Lee who beat Carlton Wells With the above record as a guide,
o think that it 1 System Of Scouting on the 19th hole in his preceding Coaches Wells ands Trueblood look
e Nidvantage of match. Wells is remembered as the toward the spring schedule optimis-
[e gae with Coach McLaughry of the Brown University of Michigan instructor and tically. The prospective schedule,
avy game, with football team holds a vastly different golf coach who held the state ama- according to Prof. Trueblood, in-
the leading role opinion from that of many o his teur golf honor for three years. cludes: here, WisconsindNorthwest-
Sin aly gamei brother coaches in the East concern- In the consolation round of that ern, and Ohio; there, Purdue, Illinois,
ing the much talked-of evil, scouting. meet Vyse won with a par 73. Play and Chicago.
doray than thy Contrary to the prevalent theory nm for Feeley terminated amet Jo hi-BASKETBALL SQUAD WILL
th "ears withes that has sprung among schools l oyAthwlkDCTICEATFIELDHOUS
the Atlantic seaboard, Coach Mc- lOy, the well known young golfer from
t withi North L ghry has ascribed his team's suc- the Ann Arbor Golf club.
cess over Yale last Saturday to the For,the Detroit District tournament Basketball practice will begin in
Sfactthat he scouted the Tale-Dart- four of last year's Varsity men quali- earnest tomorrow night when the
lay was disheart- 1 mouth game in the Yale bowl. "I fled. They were Connor, Feeley, Vyse, squad will remove from Waterman
the team and to Inew what Yale had in the way of a and Fred Glover, captain of the 1927 gymnasium to the field house. Coach
but after all it is team. Competition in that meet was Mather also said that he would an-
avy defeated us. the boys at Brown how to stop it,'' confined to one round for Connor and nounce the first cut in the squad at
for another West- eSaid the coach. Feeley. The latter took Bill Court- that time.
ball championship ney, runner-up in the state meet, to The basketball floor was partly
cent better today an extra hole before dropping the moved into the center of the -field
weeks ago. It The Midshipmen paraded around the I match. house last Saturday and the work of
verconfidence has i field with the Navy goat before the Vyse won his first round but then setting it up was finished yesterday
d that Michigan game and between the halves. The drew Fred Glover and lost in another morning by Groundkeeper Thomas
eason. The men goat has embellished with a blue and 19 hole match. This last Michigan and his assistants.
A scrimmage yes- gold blanket, and had horns long as representative in the tournament con-
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competition engaging in three con-
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unlike in other years, the participat-
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college. On this basis the champion-,
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later elimination contests to decide
the University champion.
In the opening contests today, the
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senior engineers will meet. At 4:30
o'clock on Tuesday, the all-dental
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the seniors of the School of Education,
and the pharmics will meet the School
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The competition in the interfra-
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