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WISCONSIN PHEPAHE
FRMICHIGAN CLASH
Coach 'Ittle Bolsters Weak Spots
liowii In Hakd Fought Galue
With Minnesota
TWO PLAVERS INJURED

JSAGEI{ LEADER
]PLAY'S SATURDAYI

By STANLEY E. KALISH
1 (Sports Editor, )aIly Cardinal)
MADISON, WIS., Nov. 3.-No pains
are being spared by the Wisconsin
coaching staff this week in preparing
the Badgers for their game with
Michigan Saturday.
The twentieth, century jinx which
has hung over Badger grid teams in
their contests with Michigan is being
forgotten, and the reassuring fact that
it is possible to defeat the Woiverines
is driving Coach Little's men on to
develope a winning attack.
That Michigan was defeated by the
Navy last week has lowered rather
than raised hopes for a victory. All
the "cockiness" that the mighty Wol-
verines may have had has gone, and it
i"a certainty that "Hurry-up" Yost
will have his men on a fighting edge.
The Minnesota game, which was a
'thriller, pointed out several Badger
weaknesses. The most pointed wasI
tire woefully weak offense which was
thought, prior to the game, to be great
and mighty. Not a first down, the first
time in Cardinal football history, was
registered against the giant North-
nen, and consequently Coach Little
'ill devote much time toward develop-
ing this department.
Tom Lieb, head coach of the Wis-
conrin line men, will devote a large
part of the practice sessions towards
moulding the Cardinals into a faster
chiarging aggregation. Saturday, 'oi
the whole the Wisconsin forward wall'
looked miserable, being torn to shreds
by the mighty Joesting. Only on a
couple of occasions when the Wiscon-
sin goal was sorely threatened did the
line show any real defensive power.
And at no time in the game did it,
show any offensive might.I
.Two of the most regular of the Wis-
cousin regulars are out, and may not
be in fit condition for Saturday's
game. Jeff Burrus, the veteran right
end, who played the greatest game in
his career last week and showed him-
self to be probably ore of the best de-
fensive wingmen in the country, went
out on Nydahi's *-great run on being
blocked and having a ligament torn in
hiis leg. "Butch" Leitl, who scored a
31-yard placekick is out with a broken
nose and it is doubtful if he will play.'
Two new guards Schuette, a sopho-
more, and Cole, a junior, distinguished
themselves Saturday, Both were sub-
stitutes, but it was mainly through
their great diagnosing of Minnesota
plays that the Gophers were stopped
as consistently in the second half as
they were.
The weather in Madison has 'been
far from conducive to good football

ABANDNSPOST
ASDETROIT MANAGER
Had Completed More Than 21 Yeas
As A Member Or Manager Of
Tiger Bkehall Teams
MORIARITY TO SUCCEED
After more than 21 years associa-
tion with the Detroit baseball club,
serving in the capacity of both player
and manager, Tyrus Cobb yesterday
tendered his resignation to Frank
Navin, president of the club.
For the past six years Cobb has
been the playing manager of the De-f
troit team, and he is to be succeeded
by George Moriarity, veteran Amer-
ican league umpire, and formerly a
star third baseman for the Detroit;
Tigers. He will have as an assistant
Lefty Leilield, at one time a star ma-
Jor league pitcher ,who has spent the
last few years acting as assistant to
Lee Pohi, f'itrst with the St. Louis
Browns, and later with the Boston
Red Sox.
Cobb, after returning to Detroit for1
one day after his hunting trip, left
his resignation with Navin and then
departed for his home in Georgia.
Thus far, he has made no statement
concerning his future activities, and [
it is generally agreed by his friends
that he will remain out of baseball
for at least one year if not permanent-
ly. Cobb has many business inter-
ests ,and these played an important
part in determining his resignation.
Dan Howley, formerly Cobb's as-
sistant, was the first man to be
sought to fill Cobb's vacancy but
Howley was unable to accept the con-
tract.
Cobb's only explanation for his quit-
ting the team was that he had' been
on duty long enough in that particular
line and felt that he needed a rest.
However, it is thought that the con-
stant criticisn of his management be-
cause of his inability to produce a
"pennant winner brought about the de-
cision.
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TH E PRESS BOX
By Milton ihirschbain1 th1e last four minutes of play. Michl.
The )fichigan football sqnaid has en- 9,111 coaches are expecting a strong
gaged in more scrinmmlages this week I team front Wisconsin, and know that
than in any other iweeh since colle!ge It iii bi fiberinted to the utmost by
opened. Tuesday night approximiate1t CoachI Little.
30 meat were 'lworked against three IMichigan's coaching problem has be-
freshmen teams, with the coaches at- come a serious one as a result of the
teiitpting to instill more aggrsi e-. attitude taken by students, alumni, and
ness into the men, and attemptih' to friends who have come to take vic-
find the hest possible comibination. (n toIry for granted and something to be
Wednesda-T night the s nad Was i t Cxpected, while considering defeat a
from 41 to 37 members, and a shakeup catastrophe that must be averted at
in the starting lineup is anticipated. all costs. Working on this basis it
is almost impossible to get the team
Saturday's game will mark George into the right frame of mind. The onl'y
Little's first Ann Arbor invasion vwith int h ih rm fmn.Tety
Littl ftea An Arbor let th Ol- V chance for a team to become overcon-
a football team since e left the Wol- fident is by succumbing to the irresist-
verine coaching staff. Anyone knowsht ible influence of friends and students.
ing George Little realizes that it iseIt is necessary that the student body1
a foregone conclusion that he willhbe and alumni learn to appreciate this
working night and ay to turn the fact in every game. Like everysother
tables on his former chief. The in- em h ihgnta ae t
evitable result is bound to lie a, great It(hamcesth etihigankem tke.t
game. There should be no complaint if the
It is certainly not a disgrace for the team loses.
Wisconsin team to have fallen before According to the latest information
the Minnesota. team. Anyone who saw i received, Coach Little will stop off
the Gophers in action in Ann Arbor with his Wisconsin team Friday at
realizes the power of their bruising Jackson, and will come to Ann Arbor.
drive. To add to all this ia breakSaturday.
might ha*e enabled the Badgers to
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Engage Contestants From A. A. U.
Clubs In Attempt To Retain Honors
Coach Matt Mann's state A. A. U.
championship swimming squad will
defend its honors at 7:30 o'clock to-
morrow night.in the Union pool in the,
first of a series of several meets to
determine whether or not the Varsity
tank men will retain their laurels
won last year.
More than 30 well known swimmers
from clubs affiliated with the A. A. U.
will compete against the Wolverines
in the championship events in the
men's division, while an even larger
number of contestants will participate
in the open and handicap events which
will not be included in the champion-
ship program.
Besides the events for male con-
testants there will be several races
for women's championships. Regula-
tion A. A. U. medals will be 'awarded

in all events, thus assuring keen com-
petition among the women stars who
will make the trip from the Detroit
clubs to compete with women students
on campus and others from the vi-
cinity.
On the men's program will be the
300 yard nedley, 500 yard swim, free
style swim, and the 100 yard breast
stroke, in additioi to a water polo
game between the Varsity and a pick-
ed team of invaders. Both R. Hal-
sted and Darnal of the strong Mich-
igan team 'are capable of shattering
the mark of 4:10.2 set in last year's
competition in this event.
In the 100 yard free style contest.
Captain Samson will attempt to break
his last year's tecord, 6:31.5. The
other competitors in this event will
be Wagner, Darnal of the Varsity
team, Nevine of the Detroit Yacht
(Continued. on 'Page 7)

SWIMMERS TO DEFEND TITLE
IN A. A. U. MEET FRIDAY

Doyle Harmon
The Wisconsin captain, who until
recently was out of the game because
of injuries, has completely recovered,
and reports from Madison indicate
that he will be in perfect shape for
the conflict Saturday with the Wolver-
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ines.
Harmon is a triple threat man and
bears the burden of most of the Badg-
er offense. His running in the few
games he has appeared in thus far
has been equal, if not better, than
last year when he was chosen as Al-
Conference back by Walter Eckersall.
practices. Snow has fallen consistently
and the temperature has been down
near the bottom of the thermometer.
Consequently Coach George Little
has had to limit the practices to' light
sessions..
YONKERS, N. Y.-Willie Ritola of?
the Finnish-American A. C., Tuesday
won the national 10-mile A. A. U.
championship for the fourth time,
equalling the feat of his compatriot,
Hannes Kolehmainen.

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