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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOLVERINES ENIRAIN 'GRIM, OHIO HALFBACI~ RUNS AROUND END

Ig ~l0[GRIM, OHIO HALFBACK, RUNS AROUND END
FOR BIG GAIN AGAINST MI(
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RSTATE A.A. U. WILL HOLD TANK
CHIGAN ELEVEN UMEET AT DETROIT YACHT CLU

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33 PLAYERS MAKE~ TRIP

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Michigan's entire football Squad
comprising 33 men will leave at 2:26
S'ciock this afternoon for Minneapolis
where they will meet Coach Clarence
W. Spears' pile driving Minnesota
dleven Saturday afternoon ,with the
Conference title at stake for the Wol-
verines. The team will have a special
cpv and vijil arrive in Minneapolis at
f c'clock tohnorrow morning to go!
through a light drill in the Memorjal
stadiui, in the afternoon.
The men making the trip include
Captain Friedman, Oosterbaan, Flora,{
Gabel, Baer, Lovette, Dewey, Trus-
kowski, Gilbert, Molenda, Weber, Ny-
laned, Harrigan, Heston, lRoden, Grin-
nell, Squier, Pommerenning, Nicker-
son, Palmeroli, McIntyre, Meese,1
Nicholson, Schoenfeldt, Cragin, Puck-i
elwartz, Domhoff, Hoffman, Miller,
Black, Babcock, Greenwald, and Rich.
Coaches Yost and Wieman put the
men through a stiff workout last night
in the final appearance of the 1926
football team on Ferry field and spar-
ed no efforts to put the men in condi-
tion for the severe battle expected
Saturday.
TPhe line came in for a major share
of the grind and even at the last prac-
tiee fundamentals received attention.
Coach Wieman had the linemen block-
ing, charging, and taking turns at
falling on the ball and picking up
fumbles. The coaches realize fully l
that the game depends upon the
showing of the line and its ability to,
stop Joesting, the Gopher thunder-
bolt. The Minnesota smashing gamo'
is considered the most devastating in!
the country and, with Nydahl, Peplaw
and Almquist assisting Joesting, it
will give any line a busy afternoon.
Coach Harry'Kipke gave his orangei
clad freshman their last workout yes-
terday impersonating the Minnesota
team. The freshman outfit has given l
the Varsity plenty of experience to
familiarize them with the famous shift1
and other Spears plays.{
Both Michigan and Minnesota are
supplied with capable goal kickers'
with Captain Friedman and Nydahl.
Friedman established himself as one
of the greatest goal kickers !n the
country by his 43 yard boot last Sat-
urday at Columbus. Yesterday Fried-

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WILL [NTRAI TODAY Michigan Amateur Athletic nion Members of tfs year's
~7!L L~II[1 ~d~ U 1 will hold the second meet of the 192(1 swimming team hold M. A. A. u: i-
27 series to determine the amateur door records in five of the indiidual
B1d;ers. Ohhh Michifgt. avorites swimming championship of the state events and Varsity teams haie set
on Saturday evening, Nov. 20, at 8:15 records in two of the relay events.
In t oiinferapizv Med Allo'clock under the auspices of the De- Captain Samson holds the rc ord, for
troit Yacht club. the 220 and the 500 yard free styl
t ~ ~ r~ The first :meet of this series .which ,events, Darnal for the 50 an(1 10 yard
MANY STARS ENTERED consists of eight contests was held i free style, and Wagner is teeio
jthe Union pool on Friday, Nov. 5, and pion and title holder in the 00 yard
Var ;ity cross-country mien who have the Michigan swimming team success- medley. Michigan teams hold the rec-
been chosen to compete in the regular fully defended its M. A. A. U. title. ords in the 200 and 400 yard rely.
Conference meet Saturday will entrain Three of the eight meets are to be Saturday's program will include the
at 2:26 today for Minneapolis where held at the Detroit Yacht club, three I following events: men's junior i'd. A.
the meet is to be held. at the Detroit Athletic club, and two A. 200 yard relay, 500 yard free s l,
Although the Michigan squad is not ;here at the University. The list of and fancy dive; men's senior 220 yrd
favored to win the meet, the team, contestants includes a large number breast stroke; women's senior M. A.
composed of Captain Briggs, Horn- of capable swimmers who represent A. pentathlon, 50 yard free fi)(), 50
berger, Lamont, Monroe, Iskendarian, dthe various clubs that are members yard back strobe, 50 yard Irc: t
and Wuerfel should make a good of the A./A. U. stroke, 200 yard free style, and facy
showing in the final standing. Championship swimming meets .have diving.
Wisconsin, the team that made the been held by the M. A. A. U. for the
remarkable record of taking all of thei
frk six aesitheor ist ta wlofmethspast three years and last season the NEW hIAVEN.-Yale's 1927 ron ing
first six places in the first two meets Varsity swimming team captured, the I1schedule, as announced, includis the
of the season, is considered the favor- statetitle, while the freshmen, swim- regiatta with Harvard and tristig:lr
ite, but may be pushed to the limit to ming unattached, captured the M. A. races with Columbia and Pennsylvania
Much attention is drawn to the in- A. U. junior championship. and with Princeton and Cornell.
dividual battle that is expected when

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Fred Grim, Buckeye halfback, is. here shower circling ichl1igan's en IQ- for a gain of 10 yards, one of the
plays in which the clever Ohio back eluded the Wolverine tacklers.
Grim and Eby of the Ohio team were able to gain around the end s on several occasions during the
gruelling 17-16 battle at Columbus, while Karow's thrusts at the line re re se-ate l Ohio's only other means of
making gains which were less than n egligible.
'The failure of the pass attack againt the Wolverines as compared with their briliant running attack, has
led Coach Wilee to abandon the aerial game almost entirely for use in the Illinois contest on Saturday.

man went through a long drill return-
ing punts and afterwards kicked goal
after goal from placement at different
distances ranging from 15 to 45 yards.
The backs and ends went through a
workout on throwing and receiving
passes to keep the pass attack at a
high mark of efficiency. The Gophers1
have been working all week to checI
Michigan's passes which were so ef-
fective against Ohio State, but the
Yostmen are expected to make the
pass their most effective weapon. In
this respect, however, cold weather
may hamper the Wolverines.
PITTSBURGH. - Announcement is
made that Pittsburgh and Nebraska+
have entered into a home-and-home
football 'agreement, the first game to
be played Oct. 15, 1927, at Lincoln.
CHICAGO.--One of the biggest in-
tersectional football games.of the sea-
son will be tht between Notre Dame'
and Southern California, which will be
played at Los Angeles, Dec. 4.

Freshmen Defeat Reserves And Keep
Record Clean; Robbins Only Scorer,
In the best fought freshmen-reserve punt but failed to pick it up for a
contest of the season yesterday after-. counter, the field ahead being clear.
noon the yearlings won a 7-0 victory. Aft quarter McBride showed good gen-
eralship and did sonme good running
Geistert, playing at half for the first as well.
year men gave the outstanding P(eI
formance of the contest, making sev In the final quarter Avery made a
eral runs of more than ten yards, one pretty catch of a forward pass which
of which was directly responsible for loomed much like Oosterbaan style.
the touchdown registered by Robbins The reserve team showed occasional
in the first quarter: flashes of good plain; chiefly by
Other men showing up well for G s pla ci t.
Coach Mather's eleven were Kerr, at ''Gembis, at the fullback position.
guard, Hallo, at tackle, and Bovard; at; Dickie and ArDussey, at tackle, gave
center. These players formed the bul- the greatest points of strength in their
wark of the line which held the re- line. Dahlem filled his place at the
serves from long gains and outshone helm creditably and made a few good
their opponents. Hallo broke through gains.
to down an opposing runner for no The kicking was done by Gembis
gain on several Occasions, and in the I for the reserves and Long for the
first quarter blocked an attempted yearlings.

the harrier stars meet, Chapman of
Wisconsin, Hunn of Iowa, Little of
Purdue, Kennedy of Ohio, and Briggo
and lornberger of Michigan have allS
shown well throughout the season,
and the race for first place promises
to be an interesting one.
The meet is expected to resolve into
a race between Wisconsin, Ohio, and
Michigan. Neither Northwestern norI
Chicago have turned in performances
sufficiently outstanding to warrant1
their being - ranked with the better
teams, while Iowa fell before Wiscon-
sin, and Michigan downed Purdue and
Illinois, the former in a dual meet,
and the latter in a triangular engage--j
ment with Ohio, in which the Ohio
team finished first. Indiana and Min-,
nesota are both considered out of the
race, although both teams have men
Who may be up among the leaders
when the race ends.
The race will be run over a new
flive mile course, and the winning team
will be considered as a course record.
The Michigan team had its last home
workout yesterday, anil Coach Farrell
believes that the men are now ready
to make a good showing. The team
will probably have a light workout
over the Minneapolis course tomor-
row, in ordered to get limbered up and
get acquainted with the course.
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