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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBERt 12,

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Michi n Vill hold Light Drill in
Giantit orseshoe Stadiu
This Afternoon
TO STAY IN COLUMBUS
Michigan's entire foaball squad of
35 men and all the coaches except
Kipke, who will scout Minnesotas
game with Butler, left at 9:09 last
night for Columbus. A light drill
will be held in the horseshoe stadium
this afternoon and afterward the men
will stay at the Columbus Athletic
club until the game.-0'
All the Wolverines are in good con-
dition and in a good frame of mind for
a hard scrap after the final hard
workout last night on Ferry field. The
coaches drove the men until 5:30 in
a final polishing of both defense and
offense. The team has been given
seveal new plays and will present
the most polished offense of the year.
After a drill on catching and running
back kicks, and tossing and catching
of forward passes, the team was given
another dummy scrimmage. The
freshmen donned scarlet jerseys sim-
ilar to the ones Ohio State players
will wear in the game tomorrow. Then
the yearlings took the ball uaing
Buckeye plays while the Varsity play-
ed defensive and Coach Wieman ex-
plained "what was going on."
Mingled respect and fear are held
by players and coaches for Ohio
State's vaunted attack which is also
well supported by a strong forward
wall. The only statement Coach Yost
would make was, "You never can tell
about a ball game." He declined to
announce the starting lineup and said
"the boys with the most fight are the
ones who will play."
The probable lineup includes
Oosterbaan and Flora at ends, Lov-
ette and Dewey at guards, Baer and
either Grinnell or Gabel at the tac-
kles, Shoenfeldt or Truskowsi at
center, Friedman at quarterback, Gil-
bert and Molenda at the halves, and
Walter Veber at fullback. The line-
up aside from right tackle and center
is practically certain, though Leo
Hoffman may get in the game if Mo-
lenda's ankle gives him trouble.
Ohio State's team this year is the
best that Dr. Wilce has developed
since 1920 and is one of the foremost
contenders for natiofial honors. Led
by Capt. Marty Karow from the full-
back post the Buckeyes have both a
strong running attack and a deadly
pass threat.
Michigan will have to watch jersey
number 13, which Karow has used as
an ill luck omen to other Ohio op-
ponents this fall. At halfback, Elmer
Marek a junior wearing number 11,
will give the ends a lot of trouble, and
his work in the Ohio pass combination
has been brilliant at times this season.
Grim, number 20, a star of the cin-
ders, and Eby, number 5 Wilce's
"find" of the year, are another pair
who go to make the Buckeye back-
field one of the strongest in the coun-
try. Hess, giant guard who made the
mythical all-American team last year,
forms a powerful bulwark in the line
and will wear number 26. Leo Klein
at the pivot position is rated as one
of the best centers ever developed at
Ohio State. His number is 17. Hunt,
an kedwho has always been a trou-
blemaker, wears 33.
Against this "array Coach Yost will
throw the entire strength of the Wol-
verine forces in a desperate attempt
to eliminate the Buckeyes from the
Western Conference race and consid-
eration for national honors.
Where Coach Pop Warner's Stan-
ford university football team only
plays four games in the Pacific Coast
conference race. They seem probable
charppions.
Purdue university is conducting a
school for yell leaders, in which in-
struction is given on mob psychology
and the handling of large crowds. +

H gh School RivalsIV
To Face Each OtherLICHSNMTOY
In Saturday's Game
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 11.-The football ;ichigan n W sn tathin
honors of Cleveland, Ohio will be at Ito Caiiture p (liven For
stake when Ohio State entertains l t A ..Swi er
Michigan at Columbus Saturday be- ;
fore a crowd which will rank among SCORED ONLY 11 POINTS
I the largest gridiron throngs in the --
game's history. Captain Paul Samson, of the Var-
It will mark the sixth meeting. of sity tank squad, recently won the
Capt. Benny Friedman of the Wol- trophy presented to the best all-round
verines and-Capt. Marty Karow of the
1 , swim;mer of each club in the Michi-
Buckeyes, who began a grid feud
when Marty went to West Tech and gan A. A. U. by C. D. Lynch, president
Benny to East Teich in Cleveland. of that organization, as a result of
They met thrice- in high school and,) his versatility in the regulation swim-
are meeting for the third time in col- ming pentathlon conducted among the
lege.
The game will be the twenty-third Varsity swimmers by Coach Matt
rlash b twa i i dMann.

Bush Returns Asg
Pittsburg Manage-

80 OUT OF 90 R AM(
Notre Dame lIentor Compiles One
The Best Footbal Records lit
The Country In 10 Years
ONLY TWO GAMES TIED

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e'U5 een e wcnigan aun unto
State and the ninth between Coaches
IYost and Wilce. Ohio State's home-
coming ceremonies and the fact thatj
it will be the last home game for 121
members of the Buckeye squad havej
Sadded importance to an occasion
which many weeks ago loomed as the
turning point of the season for two
teams, both romping, toward a Con-
ference title.,
The other feature battle on Satur-
day is the Chicago-Northwesternf
} game.
Northwestern's much better record
has made it only a very slight favoriteI
for Chicago has beaten the PurpleI
consistently in recent years.
Iowa went through its last practiceI
for Wisconsin on an icy field and
again Kutsch, Hawkeye ace was in-
active. He has been out all week
with injuries resultant from the Min-
nesota game. Several other Iowans
are injured but not too seriously to
prevent their playing at Madison.
Wisconsin, trampled under foot by
Minnesota and Michigan, and tied by
Purdue, hopes finally to win.
Indiana, turned back thrice by Big
Ten opponents, took heart at reports
of scouts that Mississippi A. & M.,
while a worthy foe, was not too good
to sucumb before good football.
Minnesota, Illinois and Purdue have
easier foes in the trio of minor In-E
'diana colleges which will engage their
attention.
Cheered by the monster pep meet-
ing which each year precedes de-
parture for the Army game, Notre
Dame's cohorts set out for New York,
determined to make the engagement
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Samson, with a score of only 11
points in the five events, easily de---
feated the remaining members of the
'swimming team, his closest competi-
tors being Darnall and IHubbell, who
tied for second place, and J. Halsted,
who was fourth.
The trophy was originally to be
awarded to the most valuable man in
each club belonging to the Michigan
A. A. U., but Coach Mann decided to
throw it open to competition. A pen-
tathlon, consisting of the regulation
five events, 50, 100, and 220 yard free Owe "Donnie" Bush
style, 100 back stroke, and 100 lbreast
stroke, was conducted. 1 The prediction was made when Don-,
I trokerwas conducedh nie Bush was released as manager of
1Time trials were held in each of she Washington Senators in the fall of
these events, the winner to receive one 1928,hafte n e rifftheam
poin, scon plce "n ech ven t'1923, after lifting the Griffith team
point, second place "in each event to ittogn
receive two points, third place, three. Irom sixth to fourth place inthe
etc., and the ultimate winner to be standing, that he would be back at
the swimmer with the lowest total. helm of another big league team
The actual times for the various before long.-
He sp~ent two years as manager of
events have been withheld by request, di pspn the Aman o-
but Samson was recorded winner of .liatioi, and iow i back in thsma-
the three free style events, Spindle jo , thistime as pilot of the Pitts-
in the back stroke, and Wagner in the burgh, Pirates, to succeed Bill Mc-
breast stroke. Samson and Darnall Kechnie,' deposed chieftain of the 1925
tied for third position in the back world chain ons.
stroke, the score at the end of the Whether ornot Bush can instill
ifourth event being Samson 6 1-2, Dar- dicipline into the big players that he
nall, 9 1-2, as the latter had been run-
neunech h reiu o' must lead for the coming year is a
Snerup in each of the previous con question, but he possesses the ability
tests.and the temperment, and should have
. In the final event, neither made an no trouble.
impressive showing, and Samson re- Bush realizes that this is his last
tamed his slight margin while Hub- chance to make good as a major
bel placed second to jump into a tie league manager, and unless he is able
for second place. to make the Pirates fight and instill
in them the desire to win he will have
yield them a place in the national a hard road to travel.
championship sun. However, with such men as Cuyler,
Barnhart, Grantham, Wright, and a
host of good pitchers, he should win.!

Knute Rockne, wizard of mid-west-{
ern football, and veteran coach of the
Notre Dame football team which plays
Army in one of the most important
games of the season tomorrow at Yan-
kee stadium, has made a record that
any coach in the country would take
just pride in achieving.
In his 10 year's experience as coach
at the South Bend college, Rockne's
teams have played a total of 90
games. Of this number the fighting
Irish have been victorious in 81, tied
2 and lost only 7.
Moreover, the Notre Dame teams
have never faced hand-picked sched-
ules, but on the other hand they have
always been recognized among the
hardest and most extensive lists in
the entire country. Games have been
arranged with teams from every part
of the United States, east, south, mid-
west, and far west, thus necessitating
the loss of valuable practice through
time consumed in traveling from one
part of the country to another.
Notre Dame teams in their 10 years
under Rockne have been very con-
sistant, but their success is attributed
mainly to the high standard and ad-
vanced type of play that always char-
I acterizes the appearance of these play-
ers. Shift formations, tricky passes,
light but speedy linemen, with still
fleeter backs, are typical of Rockne
elevens. Variety of offense without
a similar losssofdefense are other
factors in the success of this remark-
able gridiron mentor.
The Irish head coach starred on the
footballfield in his college days and
strangely enough on Notre Dame
teams. In 1913 he captained a fight-
ing team that went through a hard
season without a single defeat. The
list of defeated teams included Army
which was downed 35-13, in the first
game ever to be played between the
two teams,
Notre Dame has played, Army 12
times thus far, and has emerged vic-
tor from eight of these battles, lost
three, and in 1922 the teams played
a scoreless tie.
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MICHIGAN STATE SQUAD) T AEP SIN c 43S
11SEE 211 CHJOAN-.OI111O CLASH SA TERY ICiC
Among the most interested iconsin' baske bl a
spectators at the Michigan-Ohio Ibeen taking part in heavy tworkout,;
football gang tomorow will be three times each week in the Badgei,
S35 members of the Michigan yinnasium since Oct. 14, and Dr. Wal-
State college team. They are to = ten E. Meanwell, veteran coach, de-
be guests of the Central Michi- clares that his team will be in the
gan Alumni Association which best of physical condition when the
has chartered a special car to season opens.
carry the men to Columbus. Work so far has consisted of funda-
State was overwhelmed by the i mentals only and Coach Meanwell an-
Wolverines earlier in the season, nounces that there will be no scrim-
and the players are more thanm jmage until after Captain Barnum and
anxious to see the team that de- the other basketball candidates who
feated them again, but this time i are members of the football squad re-
from the sidelines. & I port.
Saturday is the one open date j The team that will represent the
on the State schedule this year, Badger school this year 1will be much
and will be a welcome rest as heavier than last year's "ponies."
well as excellent entertainment j Sophomores constitute the greater
before starting preparation for i part of the squad at present and in-
the final game of the season I elude some of the biggest men that
with Haskell Indians next week. ( have played on a Wisconsin team in
years. Thus far, Merkle, Behr, An-
drews, Nelson, and Powers, are all of
Whenever the Navy begins to slow last year's team to report.
down, Bill Ingram, head coach, puts(
in his pony backfield which immedi- ; COPENHAGEN.--Mrs. E. Nielsen of
ately livens u4 their teammates. They Copenhagen announces her intention
average about 163 pounds. to enter the Catalina Channel Derby.

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