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October 25, 1927 - Image 6

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MUESDA

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POWERFUL

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SCENES AS MICHIGAN TROUNCED OHIO STATE ELEVEN

GOPHER PLAYER unn('IrnQ
WULVEIE LHARR- I LEADSSCORERSIUUOIL Lill M
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'iLJLL.LU' 1 LW IV11 11; LL 1 a 3 UK, a e a Jwo more toucim
his previous total of 53 point
Slhewing O inexperienced Squad in Minnesota triumph over Iowa
SaturdnyN 'Trial Pleases him a total of 67 points, 15 m
Coach Farrell that of the elusive Wolverine h
Louis Gilbert, who trails him
FREISHMAN TAKES FOURTH after his sensational scoring
- -- Ohio game.
Ten Michigan harriers, selected on Almquist, leading individu
their showing in the four mile trial ference scorer since the' first
the season has now totaled mo
race run Saturday morning, will meet threeaentire hB ig n teamsd O

the Boilermaker cross-country team
Saturday morning at Lafayette in the
first meet of the season for the Wol-
verines.
Coach Farrell was well satisfied
with the showing of his inexperienced
x X.team in the last trial race. Mfonroe,
.. . fter gaining an early lead, was tied
at the finish by a new star, Carlson.
? 'Both completed the course in the
good time of 21:34. Almost 100 yards
behind the leading pair followed Her-
'Iert, who finished in 21:42, while
Groehn, the most promising sopho-
"ore candidate, trailed six seconds
6% h f4 f v i r k s# c} ybehind him.
- a Jesson and Lamont were fifth and
sixth respectively, completing the
course in 21:48 and 21:53. Wells and
Goetz took seventh and eighth plac-
es, while Wuerful, one of last year's
AMA winners, finished ninth in 22
iinutes even, Aubrey, who placed
tenth, b'eing only a few strides behind
him
Except for Groehn, a freshman, all
of the afore mentioned men are al-
most certain to make the trip, de-
K clared Coach Farrell. The tenth place
' _"_ : -, ,,,: f : . on the team is being fought for by
LoWmaster and Smith, who finished
rrthxlr Y <: ti QYtrt : tied for 11th place in 22:16.
The training for the rest of the
week will consist of jogging over the
;z ' five mile course. The ten men select-
ed to run will leave for Lafayette on
Friday afternoon, and the meet will
be held Saturday morning. Saturday
Two thrilling scenes taken as Michigan was seating Ohio State, 21 to 0, at the dedication of the new sta- afternoon the team will witness the
dium. The top picture shows Miller , \lichigan halfback, circling the Buckeye end for five yards near the Purdue-Montana State football game.
termination of the first period. Belo w, Byron Eby, Ohio's backfield star a :d rated as one of the great backfield Last year the Wolverines triumphed
men of the year, is seen getting away from a would-be tackler. over Purdue 20 to 35 in their first
r n__Leet. Although Little of the Boiler-
ichiga Sw i m ers Twexas Links To Test ?makers finished first, l\chigan gar-
M PINGaTm nIred the next seven places, although
To Compete In East DOPINGanFor Golfers' Mettle enly five were counted in the scoring.
Michigan's swimming team, nation- T E-E Tdifficult links in the South. The addi-
al collegiate and Big Ten champions, DALLAS, Tex., Oct.- JxtremelyI tion of more than 40 new traps to the
will receive their first taste of comn- sslow scres will be unlikely during already well trapped course, the
yetitionT this season when, they en- the National Professional Golf Assoc- lengthening of several holes, and the
gage the Detroit Yacht club in a dual pears possible to "dope" football to ,numerous hazards under construction,
meet on Nov. 4 in the latter team's a fair degree of accuracy, judging i tion's 1927 championship tourn.-iaak Cedar Crest a formidable route
pool. Other meets have been sched- taCa a comparison of the predictionsr Crest Golf club here over which to tilt for so important a
uled with some of the strongest aqua- frma c p by Harvey T. Woodruff in the Oct. 31 to Nov. 7. title.
tic squads in the country, according Chicago Tribune and those published The course over which an imposingi
to Coach Matt Mann. in The Daily Saturday morning. Earray of golfers will battle for the EMPORIA, Kansas-The "Huddle
On Dec. 3, the Wolverines will jour- 1llichigan, Yale, Penn State, Pitts- pro crown is considered by golf ar- system" of calling signals was first
ney to Buffalo where they will swim burgh, and Kansas and Washington chitects and critics one of the most used by the Oregon Aggies.

due, and Indiana.
Leading Conference scores f
T P.
Almquist, Minnesota.....67
Gilbert, Michigan.........52
Lewis, Northwestern .....33
Eby, Ohio................24
Glasgow, Iowa ............20
Crofoot, Wisconsin.......20
Rose, Wisconsin ..........19
Gustafson, Northwestern ..19
Anderson, Chicago ........18
Timm, Illinois...... ......18
Humbert, Illinois,........18
Smith, Wisconsin ........1-8
D. Smith, Iowa ...........18
Joesting, Minnesota .......18
*TP.-Total points. T.-
downs. P. T. -Points after.
down.

ons To 11 1lilfiUiU I 11VU 11iLi1
s -in the
, giving BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 24-"On
ore than to Harvard" was the battle cry on
ialfback, the Indiana University campus today
with 52 as final plans were being made for
in the the special train leaving here Thurs-
day for Boston. The special will car-
al Con- ry a squad of 33 players, a 96 piece
game of marching band, and several cars of
ore than Indiana alumni and rooters.
Lio, Pur- Coach Pat Page's football spirit and
enthusiasm has stirred the town of
ollow: Bloomington with gridiron ambition.
T P T A banquet will be given by the alum-
10 7 ni of Indiana university in the East
7 10 at the University club at Boston on
5 3 Friday night. Friends of the Hoosier
4 0 university all along the seabloard will
3 2 be there to welcome Pat and his squad
3 2 of Hoosier football players.
3 1 He plans a light workout this after-
'3 1 noon without any scrimmage what-
3 0 ever for those who faced Notre Dame
3 0 last Saturday. Tomorrow afternoon
3 0 he will give the entire squad a gruell-
3 0 ing session and then start the taper-
3 0 ing off process Wednesday. It is
3 0 probable that he will have the train
-Touch- stop enroute so the players can lim-
touch- ber up on some gridiron before reach-
ing Boston.

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