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October 20, 1927 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-10-20

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By Herber~t E. Tedder I Vahttdn Oo. terlrbtr , >'hse a
Coach' Tad Wiemai yesterday after- tercepted p)as last a#tuidt:y
loon announced the adidition of Donm- proved fully as effective as " .e
nic Sulio to the Varsity. squad 'in' view' again tried hi" hand a hurl iI.g
d hiN excellent showing inr scrim- thle ovaal' through many113- yard: oe
page during the past week or'so. Sul- shace.
o is a former Detroit Easter'n star
mla all-state guard. Fullbacks must hit low, swi :rs_
Coach H'arry Kipke, and hehda
This addition bing the total string stretched across the goal poss
of the squad to 43 but ai~eiie' about three or four feet high. George
Taylor's abseinee,'eaves'the' wok- Rich took his stint and got by w ,i
ing number at 42. The stAir it, but Joe Gembis 'came along r un-
sophomore en~d is conflie to' the- ning too high and broke the str Ig,
hospital as a' result of'a fnew' in- whereupon Kipike exclaimed in high
jury to hiis-bnek and4 will be ot anger, "in going'' to take my dolls
of the game' ind'eflnlfely~ It' is
al pracetical crant ht h fl right home."
not play;any imore, this seasonf. ( F'crnner Catain Bol) Br: w nI
In addition to th'e injury at the base l' turned' yestter~day to "taslking ean
f'his- spine, Taylor siufferid a broken arma off" of Al Bovard, the laftest
ixth vertebrae in the Wisconsin game hopeful for the center eriL In t
end is strappedtupi a harness at the view of Bova rd's 'work a ra'dn
:niversity hospital. OlierWl'se' the 1111consin, lie certainly haas the
iquad is in perfect sh~ape ithut an inside track for the job,.10froiwn
rjuredi man for the first time this usually wrestles and t, His hl-
season. mnnninto suistisionl every tIm >e,
but B varl held up 'well.
To wattch.thie practie yesterday
one 'Wou1ld never suppose thiat- the This afternoon Coach Wieman will
Wolverines were preparing for the lead his Wolverines over to test the
greatest of all Ann Arbor football turf of the new stadium again. The
spectacles; the %Nilo S to IV1eiL~ Michigan players have not been inside
10anbottle which will be wits the bowl since defeating Michigan
nessed by 86,000 Persons. State and have only worked 20 mnin-
utes in the new field aside from the
It was the old drill on fundamentals time spent in playing two gaines
.or t he linemen. This the coaches feel, there.
annot be overstressed arid" that will
e most -necessary- if the WIVeriites The' hunigry Buckeyes. piloted
re to stop the drives of Eby,. Grim, byr Coach Jack Wilce, are to artrh -
WIarek, Cory, and Hueston. The backs in Ypsilanti sometime tomorrow,
lso worked on defense, but for the and will make a short tour of in-
.ain part engaged in a long passing spection of the new stadium ot 2
Irill. o'clock in the afteruiooii wie n
________________________________ they will have a short pracvtice
workout. While ini Ypsi tihe buck-
eyes' hiunger is to be s atisfited at
the Huron hotel

;tiaTamPrpres IS EA AIER
IFor inne) sota Game----4' 1 6!

(Special'toTLC he lyailvy
will 1 11trIoa cftr th,.alsur-
prsetiegm li nii ,'is the
the l niversity."ofEIowa f ootblwl team
l~~~~y~ C oac 11to:1!w11e
ne osto pa i teC( 0Ihin hme-
f0i; n the Wabah e if oy n oo
Ahu-q5u2ist1, .d th ir crewl, is part ofi' (
Ow'sWA)r:MbOre FC. ray. L M
sae ae Y3 yar 1'toIm mds nte '2 ('I
potoso Th oi es of mith nab-1v"
wihRittermefries tof the nast twoy
a 8to 0 score, 1nd last fall, 41 to 0.1

Fresni n baries shwedexcep-
;inlerl esn o n i thefirst
I110mWP-,oVr;a two-EA1il course in th0
1i. W' of 10.9,.acordling to A. _V. Beals,
'.1t1"erview'" yesterd.'1 Nelson .t~i.and Cody.
fC'or mr nnArbor Khih tirk men tied
Othe! rs who showed well in WhetrIl
run, werec' Benson(I, Di'ly), Morton
Two timta ials wil be held this
weeC'k, 1L'!1 CI 'li F iday "at 3 ;: 1:1), p . I T )
11i1'1 temnwoare Unab'.ile to7 run1
Sura'.t111 chance to display
thei r ab1iity. B;oth runs ;will be overI
The numb'11ierof aspirants has been
augmeni1i1ltd1to 71, w ith more-eortin g
every} afternn Three runs are he-
ing ma de dalyo gve al canldidates
a chance to run in the corsreItha re-
(mired'i number)1 _oftimes before the
final mveet in Novem;ber'. ,Aslight
change has been made in thw course
for muen who have been out since the


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