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~OM../ ALON+a / vivG THL SIDEL N .... w..{ .,vo~u:,r-'S
By hrbet I. VT r

That Coach Tad -Wieman' has eon-
iidence in the backfield of ilbert,
-Offma=,Pa bcock, and Rich wh je it
has statuedboh of Mchigan'spa~
tie games wsas cle-arly shiown las
night when he hidicalmd that these,
four Would amsnswertheopening whis-
te tmmrrow"vvat Mdison.
I'Tve aweioly3 %wo chan9ges
frona last '' at iiA rdla o"in taei9(t'
ed g a lat st 1ialch t t ,Satfe. l';oiu.3
pq'9 ° " t" i E? l l or pi n y A 1 0 1 Se A M b
vrO 1will get MhMis fr MPtatof
colGia d"',92.('4)IlpIiM i~n solinmg
at eeiitf(r.
In inoinaing -,Bovadfor, the pivot
post it r~loos as lthoughCoch;e1a
is clutching at the last stw amnong> i
is i:: early season hopes to fill in
t.he hr;ldatentlier.
hiles Bobim arosawnn ti(. eener nd
sent h a'y a 0"luifer";as lhpeelut
tlarough thefl Polposiilg'line t0
f ackei the runner rather f ha3
hla ove(6-r on the defens, In pe)
Ilarr iganl received a llow on the
knee in the State game a weiek nng)
and prolhably wvill not see mch action
Sfhe Wlays at: all. Pommnerening, who
is to start the game, is a fine de
fensive !laver andl is expected to hold:
his Own well enough with the Bad-
gers.
A blow wvas struek ,at hope for
a Wolverine assing atack wl hen
it: was learned almost defmiitly
that Bkill Puckelwartz will not Fe
i the starting lin elp. There is a
fair Io,s; hulity, Thowever. thati
Puc wIllIplay i99 port (;f the con-.
test, th~ou gI ths wll be only Ivitli
a doctor's sanction9. His left KhaJi
k Sstill bound imp r,titlybut 11m:k
'went llhrouglltieme eular ligt
drill vil, H1 fe squ d yesterdlay itft-
rnoonP1.. ilis1passing tsas a diiunnuy
"orking again, oi n stpping the
Coach Harry' Kipke also took a
turn for thae freshman "Badgers" act-
ing as Captain Crofoot of Wisconsin.
Ihipke predlicts that Michigan will.
h ave its hands full with Thistlewaitens
aggregation.
Spweialization in their d(iffer-
ent departmaents Ivas,,tfie 199a11 oc
Cjizitijonj of thle squa(yeserda
. fternoon though there wvas a

r'> 'l ~nme a alrady"'a. Cassspeedball, latest addition to'
n I 2flh~fland ihle '~''~ l 1 fll sorts program, will get under;
~' l~li J15V~ 1I~I5 ll ~Iii~o wayin about two weeks, accordingf
to eintramural department. Man-
"1 gr("1I1olsrs a ilcdae of teams are reqese t fl
,,, th lolps t ((oe heir entries with the department i--
i~l (I i I e1 ni ' edliately.3
th, h ~\IA' IV Q(IfO1 pehl teams will be grouped ill
the e ot~c'~ ~I> ~ ~ Icanesaccording to the schools anid

i~t r. "} 1 si e on ca e ci > I mmgl 1 Ir
( t'7;', ei hcU(' e mi°nd ('uiimrieto
th ciK s h ~o I sine,'t, ic oneat."
he t oldge v, rwardhals inpects
vitorym"b <>lthisis to eelopehis se-
wich loks lx' dobtd-t1eat1orth
Northw(, (he shand, i IS aeis,
hi si ftearlater ofiote.is aod-a
ci gfuher tie Imsofpoower.l ea
T-ci o, hdsarshavde oad ipseeald
yearwllneakeicheisrap tooum-
thc~ ?re 59is011 lons-e. aynt e
"ace"oftifoballfrmSix);(
the ) st exyou ar e giso om."
.o"Te 01(1 inz a i, who hal y 1".Jexpects
is~~till i is ('eninjuy a
Cac deenive player1( of5note and anris
alwis hd a hr cse f ripp te and
whi)le be iwibll makeith pt ou-h
recs ord thewimportantedhoatte
lin:otestn game. mahnote
iofthebatle.sills hasdtrwooed is
beg rwgromd wallhisplace.sisno
Ayether "ace" of sutablyfor bllaiel
will b o nen turay.kleAis er-
Joetig,1.Mieot feulark. Joe ti
Cot ac nathdesino trdayr.l

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ternmine the intramural championship. cl'asp of huge hands, they mett; inl a
iMembers of the winning team in d0owntown hotel for thae first tim_
eaich lea gue' will be awarded cls since they were introduced at an ll":
nuimerals, and the team winning the American dinner here two years- ago(
've ;,ity championship will receive when at the height of their ollege:,
1 sw eaters with numerals. fame, fell to talking of football andj
Entries are now being received at
the intramural office for the al ____________ ______
ca mpus handball tournament, both
ingles and doubles. Play will begin.
the latter part of this month on the
courts in Waterman gyms.1
All students who expect to compete
in the all-campus cross country raceE
must run the course at least nine
tines before being allowed to enter. We
This ruling is enforced in order to
insure the proper physical condition,
of each runner, and to familiarize him 7
with the course. The cross country
run will take place about a week be-
fore Thanksgiving.
Three varieties of fencing, classed
Iaccording to the shape of the blade, $ 1
ore engaged in by the candidates.
Foils are coached by Herbert Wiggins,
who is in charge, of all activities in
thie sport. William Tuscon, former The new single breast(
c fhampion of the Austrian army, is colors and a great variet,
instructing in sabres. E~pee is being
48-coached by Capt. Robert V. Finney, 4 to 52-in1ch lengths.
who is an instructor of romance Ian- i
' guages in the University.
1-
I BASKETBALL 31AAGERS I
All second semester freshmen
Iand sophomores wishing to try j
Iout for basketball manager are
(I' asked to report at Waterman
3 gymnasium at 7 o'clock tonight. 12 1a3E. Liberty St.,
I Robert Leland, manager
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