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CONFERENCE, GRID NOTES

LEADS MICHIGAN
AGAINST BISHOPS,

ALONG THE SIDELINES

YEARL"ING GOAL
:SERVE VICTORY

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ClTlHER TEAM 31SCORES JIWIRIN
OPENING PERIODS OF
SCRIMMAGE
WHEELER PLAYS WELL
rv Passes Followed by Line Plunges
Result In !Reserve's First
Toelhdown of Game
Scoring two touchdowns in the
ond half of the first scrimmage of
3 season, Coach Ray Fisher's heav-
r Reserve defeated Coach 'Edwin
thers freshman team yesterday
ernoon on South Ferry field by a
ore of 12 to 0.
The Reserves kicked off and to start
e game and during the greater part
the first quirter the ball was in
shman territory. The yearlings
emed unable to pentrate the heavy
serve line, while Stephens, Totzky
d Mitchell made several good gains
r the Fisher-coached team carrying
P ball to within scoring distance,
t the hall was fumbled and Wheeler
nted to midfield.
[n the second quarter Coach Math-
s team showed a decided improve-
nt and carried the ball into Reserve
ritory several time. Wheeler, and
ne rall ihade aseveral long gains ind
i former showed considerable abil-
n running back punts as well as
l igk, while Lytle showed promise
defensive fullback.
F eserves Complete Passes.
3oth coaches altered their lineups
.siderably at the beginning of the
wand half, the freshmen starting
th an entirely different line. 'The
serves received, and after complet-
two long passes, Totzky carried
ball within a few yards of the
al and Wilson bucked it over for the
it touchdown of the contest. Tot-
y's attempt to kick goal was ruined
t bad pass from center.
K new freshman backfield composed
,-ohi, Thornton, Dobbin, and
c ardson, was sent in at this poiint
V'the yearling attack showed a de-
ed improvement. After Thornton
R Holm had made nice runs the
shmen fumbled and it was Re-
ves' ball on the yearling's 15-yard.
e. A forward pass over the goal
s incomplete and the ball went to
.yearlings on their 20-yard line.
,t the beginning of the last period
im punted to Wilson who ran the
1 back 25 yards before he was
kled. On the 'qext play he gained
more and then a pass to Totzky
eed te ball within a few feet of
goal. Russick hit the center a
line for the needed distance and
teserve's second touchdown, but
zky's attempted for the e'xtra
nt missed the uprights by inches.
Freshman Make Final Spurt.
Vith a few minutes left to play, the
shnan attempted to score by open-
upp a forward passing attack. Two
g passes, Holm to Thorton, carried
ball into Reserve territory, but a
s over the goal spoiled the oppor-
.lty as the final quarter ended.
Mbling on the part of noth
ms was frequent but expected as
terday's encounter was the first
the season for both teams. There
s, also a noticeable lack of variety
the forniations employed by the
teams, but this readily explained
the fact that they were rained out
practice on Wednesday and Thurs-
'otky,. Wilson, Stephens, and Mit-
11 were the main cogs in the Re-
ve offense, while DenBlyker, Ham-
n andd 3Br wn showed up well in the
e. Wheeler, Thornton, Simerall,
Helm were the yearling's best
und gainers, and Lytle showed
nmise in backing up the line. The
ire freshman line made a good
wing against the Reserve forward
ll which was considerable heavier.
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By Clarence EdelsonI
That disputed 1926 Conference gon- Joesting and Barnhart in the back-'
falon, the halves of which any en- field are the Gophers' chief threats,
thusiastic grid fan may see flapping the Minnesota line being weaker than
in Ann Arbor town and Evanston, ap- previously. With a strong front wall
pe,rs to be in for enough good ol('- the all-American Jostbing would le
fashioned milling to reduce it to a capable of stamping himself as per-.
frazzle as the various elevens of the shaps the most terrific fullback of all
B~ig Ten open their schedules todlay. time, at least for plun'ging power of
A glance at those schedule; reveals ithe type of the greal 'Jin Thorpe.
the fact, too, that for the first time PURD'E
in many years every one of a certain Purdue opens today against Do-i
select group of schedule drawing art-'pauw in a contest that will throw a
ists has been induced by some guile little more light on the claims for the
on the part of other artists to really Boilermaker Captain "Seven Yard"
.accept at least one tough contest. Wilcox, whlom lmanly expect to earn
Illinois and Milchigan have undoulbt- all-American honors.
edly drawn the most powerful assign- Coach Jimmy Plhelan has an-
ments as curtain-raisers in Bradley nounced his lineup as follows: I*ut-
and Ohio Wesleyan, respectively, ton, Galletsch, Prentice, Olson, Hook,
while Indiana has singularly elected Eickman, and Mackey from end to
to oppose Kentucky away from home. end in'the line; and Wilson, Wilcox,,
ILLINOIS Leichtle, Koransky in the backfield.
Peorii, home of Bradley where they Purdue is listed to meet Harvard
have had 25 consecutive victories ex- next week at Cambridge in what
tending over four seasons, has forced should turn out to be at least one
Coach Robert Zupphe to enter his of the most interesting intersectional
strongest lineup today. Two veterans, contests of the entire season. Chicago,
Captain Reitsch at center and Mit- Wisconsin, Northwestern, and Indiana
terwallner, a 225 pounder, at guard, furnish the Conference opposition,
will bolster the line. Timm and with Purdue favored to win the
French, letter winners, and Mills and iHoosier classic.
Humbert, sophomores, are expected to INDIANA
form the back field. Indiana's line was dealt a severe
With games against Iowa, North- blow recently when Briner, star
western, Michigan, Chicago, and -Ohio, guard of the 1926 season, received an-
the Indians have certainly more tha other blow on the leg, injuring him
a primrose path to the champion- so severely that he will probably be
ship. out for most of the season. Briner,
NORTHWESTERN besides being an excellent lineman
Coach Dick Hanley, successor to was counted iipon to do all the kick-
Glenn Thistlethwaite who is now ing for the Crimson eleven.
tutoring the down-trodden Badgers, Little but straight football is ex-
has taken an almost herculean task in pected against Kentucky today. Coach
listing Ohio and Illinois on succes- Page has not had time to issue de-
sive Saturdays. The terrible Wild- ceptive pass formations because of
cats who train on egg-nogg have his large squad. The first of the
avoided disastrous Tulane for their newer formations will be rehearsed
opener, meeting a fair bunch in the next Monday, in preparation for the
South Dakotans. Chicago game.
Captain Gustafson, Lewis, and CHICAGO
Levison, all veterans, should form a Down at. the Midway Coach Amos
good nucleus for an all-around back- Alonzo Stagg is again slated to have
field, while Karstens, Dart, and John- his troubles. Oklahoma invades the
sos guarantee a powerful forward revamped Stagg field, and although
wall. not expected to upset the Maroons as

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Ever since football began as an or-
ganized sport, Friday afternoon pre-
ceding the opening game has been
spent in drilling on kicking off and
the formation for receiving the kick-
off. The Wolverines "didn't do any-
thing different" yesterday-
Originality did show itself,
however, i" t" Coc "Wieman
had three different teams working
ou this most important phase of
the game. Grange, for the bene-,
fit of any doubting Tlomase',
demonstrated against M1ichigan
two years ago that this IS impor-
tant.
Humor was injected into the work
by Sam Babcock and Ray Baer on
getting down under the kick-off. Ray
is, weight for age, about as fast a
lineman as the Conference has. Sam
excels at running the ends, and has
the reputation for being the backfield
rabbit.
Now that they are lined up, on
the same team, Baer has decided
to show that lie is faster than
Samtmy in getting down under the
kickoffs. Honors were about
e-ven up yesterday. Battle to be
continued in this afternoon's is"
sue.1
Gilbert is the official kicker-off and
"other kinds of kickers." Fuller and
Gembis are the men held in reserve
for the job. Hoffman holds the ball
for the kickoff and also for kicking
goals following touchdowns.

George Rich is wearing the S2
jersey for the second time. Schoen-
feld has 53 for his second term.
PalnIeroll again has a 48 on his.
back. Grinnell is wearing No. 2(6
for another year.
Significance, how much, time will
tell, is attaching to the numbers
drawn by Taylor and Gembis. "Tayl
Boy" has fallen heir to Flop Flora's
No. 31 while "Big Joe" will wear Bo
Molenda's old number-43.
H.E. B .
DETROIT AT WEST POINT
TO PLAY CADETS AGAIN 1
WEST POINT, N. Y., Sept. 30.
-The University of Detroit foot-C
ball squad was to arrive here to-
day to meet the Army eleven to
morrow in their fourth annualC
game. In the three preceding I
contests Army has been victori-
ous by scores of 20 to 0, 31 to 6,t
and 21 to 0. Arrangements have
been made for the Detroit play-
ers to work out on the Plains
this afternoon.f

his No. 18 are together
straight time. Norman
has the 29 sweater.

for the third
Gabel again

TO HOLD TIME TRIALS
Monroe, Lamont, and Wuerfel Show
Well For Early Season
Michigan's cross-country t eamun
will resume time trials at 11 o'clock
this morning when the runners will
participate in a practice race over a
two and a half mile course. This dis-
tance will gradually be lengthened
as the season progresses until the
candidates are running the regulation
five miles.
Last Saturday in the first trial race
the candidates ran over a two mile -
course, The best time turned in was
10:33, made by Monroe, miler on last
year's track team. This was quite
good time for so early in the season,
aeordng -to CoachrSteve Farrell.
Lament and Wuierfel, members of
the 1927 track team, look like good
prospects from the showing they made
last week. Other candidates who
fiished the two miles in under 12
minutes were Carlson, Aubrey, Rear-
ick, Grunow, Wells, Kennedy, Whit-
mer, Smith, J esson, and Lawson.
As there are no letter men on the
squad a captain will not be chosen
until after the dual meet with Pir-
due. Briggs, Iskendarian, and Horn-
berger were all graduated last June.

versatile Wolverine football captain.
who will lead his team against Ohio
Wesleyan this afternoon in the open-
ing game of the 1927 season, the first
contest to be played in the new Michi-
gan stadium. This is Bennie's thIrd
season as a player on Wolverine
elevens.
For the first time since 1920 the in-
tramural department will undertake
an interclass football championship.
The classes will be open to all mein of
the class regardless of what college
they are in. Each class will play
three games, meeting each of the
other classes once. The members 'of
the winning team will be awarded
numerals.
Each team will have a capable
coach who will ha'v. charge of their
training and selection of r. team.
The unifo rms will besupplied by the
Athletic Association who will also pro-
vide the players with 200 lockers in
Yost Feld house.
Practice will start the second week
in October with Paul Woshke in
charge and the first game will -e
llayed the first week in November.

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The long awaited string of in-
juries among the managers has at
last shown signs of materalizing.
An attempted place-kick deflected-
off one of the managerial tryouts'
heads yesterday and lie retired to
the field house for repairs.

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At Columbus Dr. John Wilce hopes
to have one of his fondest dreams
realized this season. Several years
have elapsed since the Buckeye-Illi-
nois annual windups used to resolve
themselves into the championship.
tilts, bu't tradition has kept the yearly
heartbreakers going.
There will be no Harley and no'
Workman and no Stinchcomb per-'
forming for the Scarlet and Gray, per-
haps, but Columbus is wild over the
fleet Eby who ran rings around the
Wolverines, it may be recalled.
And then there is Captain Meyer
in the line, promising to be almost
another Hess, and Grimm, Bell, Ras-
kowski, and Marek ought to be even
better this fall than last. With Bell
to do some of the passing and most
of the punting, and Eby, Marek and
Grimm, to do all kinds of running,
and with a brilliant although un-
steady line, Coach Wilce confines his
worries almost solely to the develop-
ment of a capable goal kicker.
MINNESOTA
Minnesota wants that Little Brown
Jug and at least a couple of stitches
of the Big Ten bunting, begging for a
fair share of the long overdue breaks.

did Missouri in the curtain raiser two
years ago, the Aggies are expected-to
cause considerable trouble.
Captain Rouse at center, Weislow,
Wolf, and Apitz are the veteran line-
men. McDonough, McKinney, Ander-
son, and Klein ought to compose a,
fair backfield.
WISCONSIN
As a reward for developing a titu-
lar squad at Nortwestern, Coach
Glenn Thistlethwaite has been pro-
moted to Wisconsin where George
Little needs him just about as much
as he says he does,-not. And it's
honestly a pity that Director Yost's
noted understudy, Little, has aban-
doned the coaching of the Badgers
for the more strenuous duties of ath-
letic director.
IOWA
Away out in Ioway nobody is real-
ly confident over the prospects of the
Hawkeyes who are still content to re-
member the Golden Age of Devine,
Slater, Locke, and championships.
All that is certain is simply that al-
though Cuhel made a flashy track
star, he cannot punt 35 yards reg-
ularly, and the Old Gold defense is
still weak, which may or may, not
mean anything.

Bright new jerseys of blue with
block numbers of flaming yellow weret
given out yesterday to liven up things.
All the men on last year's squad re-
tain the same numbers which they
wore then.
No. 47 will appear on the broad
back of Capt. Bennie Oosterbaan
for the third successive year.
This nunbher. brings to mind the
fanmuos "77" wo rn by Grange. The
7's have it-we'l take onr own
47, thank you!
Louis Gilbert draws 16 for the third
time while Babcock still relies on 17°
to carry him through. Ray Baer and

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