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COACHES WILL SEEK
TO IR0ON OUT1FAWS
Five Men Are Transferred From
"B" Squad; Practice To
Be In Secret
STRONG OFFENSE SOUGHT
With anything but bright pros-
pects before them after the sound
trouncing administered by the Ohio
Wesleyan outfit last Saturday, the
Varsity football squad settled down
to a week of intensive drill behind
locked gates to iron out the flaws
that appeared in the opening game.
In an effort to supply the offen-
sive punch so sadly lacking in the
contest with the Bishops, five men
have been advanced from the Jun-
ior Varsity on the strength of their
showings in the game with Mt. Un-
ion college at Alliance and the
scrimmages with the regulars last
week.
This group includes three back-
field men, Dallas Whittle, Alvin
Dahlam and John Totzke; Harsen
Smith, an end; and Robert Wil-
liams, tackle or guard. Whittle is
a letterman from the 1927 squad
and is a capable passer and kicker;
Totzke's specialty is punting, while
Dahlam's speed may supply the
drive that a successful backfield
must have.
Reports from the coaches who
scouted. the Indiana game indicate
that Pat Page has developed a
powerful aggregation which will
give the Wolves some of the. hard-
est Conference competition of the
season. The Hoosiers have a vet-
eran team, an exceptionally heavy
forward wall and a real offensive
threat in Captain Bennett.
While the Indiana team was forc-
ed to come from behind in its con-
test with Oklahoma Saturday to
eke out a 10-7 victory, the Michi-
gan coaches feel confident that the
Pagemen will invade the new sta-
dium Saturday determined to ac-'
complish something that a Hoosier
eleven has never yet succeeded in1
doing, namely to .trip a Wolverine
team on its home field.
Yesterday's practice saw the en-1
tire squad put through a long and'
strenuous tackling practice in anI
effort to remedy the poor showing
of the team Saturday in this de-
partment. Three sets of freshment
backs kept the Varsity players busy1
until rain forced them indoors.,
While Coaches Wieman, Cappon<
and Veenker were watching the
tacklers and correcting their faults,E
Coach Yost spent his time with the
punters and passers, with some of
the backs receiving punts, while
others ran down' for passes. Whit-
tle was given considerable instrue-
tion in the art of throwing the ball.
Inside the field house the squad
was given a number of new plays
and then they were divided up into
teams and proceeded to run
through them. A long signal drill
completed the afternoon's work.
The first part of this week will
be devoted almost exclusively to
work of an offensive nature and
the team will take the field much
better prepared to offer a. real at-
tack than was the case against
Wesleyan. Tackling practice will
be in order all week, while the two
days preceding Saturday's game
will see the men drilling on a de-
fense to stop the Hoosier attack.
Meanwhile Coaches Courtright
and Brown were correcting the
faults exhibited by the Junior Var-
sity against the Mt. Union team,
and remaking their backfield, an
act necessitated by the promotion

of Whittle, Dahlam and Totzke.
A number of new plays were giv-
en out by Coach Courtright and
the squad spent the latter part of
the practice session in becoming
acquainted with them.
Local Smoker
Learns Bitter
Lesson Abroad
New York,
March 13, 1928
Larus & Bro. Co.,
Richmond, Va.
Gentlemen:
I have used Edgeworth Smoking
Tobacco for the past twenty-five years.
Two years ago I took my trusty briar
along on a trip abroad, intending to
revel in the delights of the famous
mixtures in London. I confess that I
did not carry along with me any of the
little blue tins of Edgeworth. But the
joke was on me. I went back to Edge-
worth, only this time I had to pay 45c
for a 15c tin of Edgeworth!
Incidentally, on a trip through
England and later through Ireland, I
was surprised to find the wide distribu-
tion and ready sale of Edgeworth in
Great Britain. A frequent and famil-
iar sign in Dublin, Cork and other

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WRESTLING NOTI
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men who are coming
wrestling this year at th
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Michigan's 1928 football team]
was given an acid test in the game
with Ohio Wesleyan Saturday, and
found wanting in practically every
department of play. Throughout
the contest the Wolverines were
outplayed as well a outsmarted.
Admittedly a 'green' aggre-
gation the Maize and Blue elev-
en failed to compare with the
* seasoned Bishop outfit, and
revealed what a great deal of
work remains to be done be-
fore the first Conference game
with Indiana Saturday.
The Wolverines fell short of the
standard of other years in the fun-
damentals as well as in the finer
points of the game, the blocking,
tackling and general team play be-
ing lamentably weak.
An example of the daring
displayed by the winners is to
be found in the dash through
the line that netted 48 yards
by Breese, when e v e r y o n e
thought that the Bishops
would certainly kick, the ball
being within their own ten yard
mark.

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wall that rezused to give more

.u very

than a few yards at a time be- important. Michigan, State and Navy Listed whelming Wyoming, 47-0. Wiscon-
fre the thrusts of Captain Clifford Keen. Coach Aihgns si, displayed its power by downing
Rich and Gembis.Among Victims of Supposed the usually invincible Notre Dame
Weaker Opponents eleven 22-6, while Indiana repulsed
In end play there was no com-n i the Oklahoma invasion, 10-7.
parison between the teams, Ohio MARLNLSY IifW PUWER Bradley was no match for Illinois,
Wesleyan's flankers turning in an a --losing 33-6. Minnesota disposed of
exhibition that would do justice to Iru 11Saturday's football card was Creighton handily, 40-0, while Pur-
star Wolverine combinations of 'marked by only three upsets, most due downed DePauw, 31-0. Wit-
other years. Kyle and Sigenthaler of the larger teams winning by tenberg was trampled on by Ohio
were down under almost every kick State, 41-0, and Iowa's hopes were
to smother the safety man in his T.ne-sided scores. Mich n a bolstered through a 26-0 victory
tracks, while the Michigan backs ST. OUISx ctn 8-Ge ft a icigS w ere aong se: over Monmouth. Coach Hanley's
found it next to impossible to gain stay of execution because ofhost-victimswho*. lost to supposedly Northwestern outfit was extended
on end runs. ponement of the fourth World Ser- weaker opponents, while the Navy to beat Butler 14-0
ies game due to rain here today, sustained its second loss of 1928
the Cardinals will make what may when Boston college triumphed, In the East most of the major
In contrast to this perform- be their last effort to stem the 6-0. teams had little trouble with their
ance, the inexperienced Mich- Yankee tide tomorrow when they All the Big Ten teams with the opponents. Princeton h u m b1e d
gan ends looked woefully weak, attempt to stave off their fourth exception of the Wolverines were Vermont, 50-0, while Yale was win-
Time and time again Thomas, straight defeat by the American returned winners. Chicago ran up ning from Maine, 27-0. Harvard
Halliday or Breese s w e p t league champs. the largest Conference score, over- proved too strong for Springfield,
around one end or the other Ts scoring a 30-0 victory. Dartmouth
for substantial gainsE Today's rest came as a welcometf
r n g , andon interval to the battered and bruised fng superiority the Cards held over steam-rollered Hobart, 44-0, and
only one or two occasions dur- Cardinals who seem to have lost the Hugginsmen on advance dope, Penn upset Franklin and Marshall
ing the entire game were they all the eagerness to play they evin- ad stop Ruth and Gehrig, who by a. 46-0 count. Brown counquer-
turned in by a Wolverine flank- ced before the opening o the series have broken practically all World ed Worcester Tech, 32-0, while Co-.
man. in New York, when the Senior cir- Series batting records already, the lumbia had little trouble with Un-
cuit pennant holders were five to: final Cardinal putout tomorrow will ion, chalking up 27 points.
Both the punting and the pass- three favorites in the betting, and see the Yankees recrowned Kings Southern Methodist proved to bO
ng fell far short of what was to favored to crush the hopes of the of baseball. (Continued on Page 7)

Waite Hoyt
e----

With over 1,000 men slated forTf
competition in the quest for inter- The Ohioans also out-foxed the
fraternity speedball laurels the Michigan teamn t the same fake
University of Michigan's intramnu- play twice in the game, Breese fak-
ral seasonof will begin with the ing a punt and then tossing a short
scheduling of the first games to- pass to Halliday. The first one
morrow afternoon at 3:15. 49 fra- was called back after being com-
ternities have entered speedball pleted for a 20 yard gain, because
teams in the intramural league this Wesleyan was offside, but Halliday'
year, nine more than last season. caught the second and sprinted1
half the length of the field for a
Three fields will be available for touchdown.
play this year, two on South Ferry'
field and the other inside Ferry It was plays like these that
field proper. Another innovation fooled the Michigan team and
will be the ruling as to physical netted the Bishops a well earn-
examination. All candidates for ed victory and revenge for the
speedball must pass a physical ex- 33-0 humiliation of a year ago.
amination given under the auspices
of the Unversity health service. On Statistics reveal more clearly1
the passage of this examination than anything else the real degree
the candidate is then given a card of Wesleyan's s u p r e m a c y. The
which he must present before. his Bishops gained 140 yards from
entrance in any intramural con- rushing compared to 91 for Michi-
test throughout the year. These gan; gained 71 yards on three com-
examinations may be had from Dr. pleted passes to 29 on five for the
Linan at the Yost Field House. Wolverines; made nine first downs
Lockers and showers are now to Michigan's five; and averaged1
available in the new Intramural 38 yards on punts to 32 for the
building. This service will greatly Maize and Blue.
facilitate matters for the speedball
players. Booklets will be issued free It was not on offense alone
of charge at the intramural office that the visitors outshone the
at No. 6 Waterman gymnasium on Wolverines, however, as the
speedball rules and coaching. Bishops presented a forward

be rightfully expected after three!
weeks of practice. Breese outpunt-
ed both Simrall and Wheeler
throughout the contest, some of his
kicks going as far as 60 and 70
yards with the roll.
Wheeler, who handled almost
all of the Michigan passing, al-
though he was hurried on sev-
eral occasions by the Wesleyan
ends, lacked the accuracy of}
Louie Gilbert as well as his
ability to spot a man in the
clear to throw to.
Opposed to the Michigan team
was an experienced, well trained
aggregation that played a heady
game, and took full advantage of
their opponents' inexperience, with
the obvious result that the Wolver-
ines lost their first opener since .
1888.
"'Silent Otto" played an un-
usually fine game, making tac-
kles on both sides of the line,
covering Wheeler's punts well,
and one occasion he scooped up
Waid's fumble and sprinted
across the Wesleyan goal only
to have the play called back
because under the new rules I
the kicking side cannot ad-
vance the ball after a fumble
beyond the point where the
tackle is made.

crippled Yankees inside of four or
five games.
Three straight losses to the.un-
derdogs seem to have taken the
starch completely out of the Red-
birds. The failures of Sherdel and
Alexander put the Cards two down
with five to go, but McKechnie still
had big Jeff Haines, who had
blanked practically the same Yan-
kee team in 1926 to count on, and
on Haines rested the Cardinals';
hopes of getting back into the se-
ries.
But the combination of Ruth and:
Gehrig that beat Sherdel and push-
ed Alexander off the mound re-
fused to be stopped, and the two
Yankee sluggers, aided by three
Cardinal errors, broke up the third
game as they had the first two,
while the aged Zachary, forced to
pitch behind early inning support!
fully as bad as that given by St.I
Louis, came through with but three
runs scored off of him to add the
final blow.
With Waite Hoyt, who ruffled the
Redbirds' feathers so sadly in the
first game again on the mound for
the Yanks, the Cardinals' chances
to prolong the series appear slim
indeed. Unless the National Lea-
gue champs show some of their
much vaunted defensive superior- I
ity tomorrow, and unless Sherdel
starts to exhibit some of the pitch-

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