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Regulars; Offensi
Adds Deception
JINEUP STILLUNC
Determined to make a
heir showing of last
he Varsity gridmen dev
najor portion of their
esterday to scrimmage
cam of freshmen using
he plays that Coach P
ormidable Hoosier eleven
py in the Big Ten op
tday.
Coach George Veenker
touted the Indiana "-ut1

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the water temporarily for the run-
tilled Into ning track. The erstwhile swim-
mers may be seen jogging around Thistlethwaite Wastes No Time Af-
ve the gym in the new intramural ter Victory; Points Team For
sports building, getting in trim for Purdue, Michigan
a strenuous" season of aquatic com- . -
ERTAIN 1petition.. NONE OF SQUAD INJURED
This is the third season that
mends for Coach Mann has devoted several (Special To The Daily)
Saturday, weeks of the training period to ( MADISON, Wis. -While thou-
voted the track work, and it has met with sands of Wisconsin fans are joy-
attention good success. In addition, the new ously playing over the Badger's
with a Swimming pool in the intramural great win from Notre Dame, Glenn
some of building is not yet ready for use, F. Thistlethwaite in his quiet sol-
at Page's as some tiling is yet to be placed. emn manner is looking ahead to
will em- It is expected that it will be finish- the six important major games
ener Sat- ed in several weeks. that face his boys. Although the
When the natatorium is com- Cardinals are scheduled to- meet
who has pleted Michigan will be provided the North Dakota Aggies and Cor-
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first two games, has instilled noth-{
ing but the highest respect for this
Pagemen's prowess in the minds of
the Varsity coaching staff, and no
stone will be left unturned to send"
the strongest possible combination
against the invaders.
Veenker has been working with
Jim Miller, one of the yearling
coaches, in order td instruct eleven
members of the freshman squad in
the Indiana formations and plays,
and attired in red jerseys the first
year men make their appearance
on Ferry field each afternoon.
New Plays Tried
The Varsity players are gradu-
ally becoming accustomed to the
intricate shift formation employed
by the Hoosier backs, and in yes-
terday's practice session they show-
ed considerable ability in shifting
to meet the various plays with the'
result that the freshmen were un-'
able to gain with much consisten-
cy.
Whenever the regulars held the
first year men for downs, -they
were given possession of the oval
and the opportunity to become ac-
customed to the new plays which
they will launch against Indiana.
Against the .'Wesleyan team,
Michigan worked all of her plays
from one formation, with the re-
sult that there was little in the
Wolverine offense of a deceptive
nature.
Saturday's contest, however, will
see the Maize and Blue team well
equipped to match the Hoosier of-
fense.
Several of the new plays worked
well against the yearlings, Captain
Rich and Gembis making some nice
gains, and the former turning in
several exhibitions of broken field
running to cross the opponents'
goal line on two occasions.
Injuries Are Numerous
Slight injuries to a number of
the players, especially the ends,
hampered Coach Wieman in mak-
ing his selection of the eleven to
oppose the freshmen in today's
drill. Poe is still bothered--with the
knee injury that kept him out of
practice the first of last week,
while Whittle, Orwig, Squier, Corn-
wall and Draveling are all having

w~~~ ula t wuuonS or z, 00 spec-
tators at swimming meets. This
will be in great contrast to the
Union pool, which barely accomo-
dated 500 people. The new pool
will also be larger in size, measur-
ing 30 by 75 feet.
Swimming has increased great-,
ly in popularity at Michigan in the
last few years, and the high cali-
bre teams turned out has contrib-
uted in no small measure to this.
Coach Mann's last two aggrega-
tions have annexed both the na-,
tional intercollegiate and Big Ten
championships, while in 1926 the
Wolverines finished second in the
Conference.
The present Varsity squad now
numbers more than 30 men from
whom it will be Coach Mann's task
to assemble a team" that will face
the task of defending Michigan's
aquatic laurels. Competition in the
Big Ten will be keener than ever,
with Northwestern, Minnesota, and
Iowa as the principal threats.

nell college here Saturday Jn a
twin bill, the squad is now being
pointed for Purdue and Michigan.
Squad Not Chosen
The double header, a new wrin-
kle in football at Wisconsin, will
be started at one o'clock. The
quarters will be cut to 12 minutes
actual playing time, with ten min-
utes intermission between 'halves.
The B team will play the first con-
test while the Varsity will oppose.
one of the visiting elevens in the
aftermath.
No decision has been made as
to which Wisconsin squad will meet
the Bisons from North Dakota and
which will take on the Iowa colle-
gians. However, on the basis of
past record it is fair to suppose
that Cornell has the strongest out-
fit and will draw the first string
Badgers. Cornell defeated Ripon
in their first game, 13 to 0.
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Manager McKechnie
Who failed to prevent the New
York Yankees from annexing their
second consecutive World Series,
title in straight games. McKech-
nie in 1925 brought the pennant
to Pittsburgh by a fighting finish
and then turned back the Wash-
ington Senators.
Sigma Zetadefeated Delta Kappa
Epsilon, 1 to 0; Sigma Alpha Mu
defeated ;Alpha Chi Rho, 1 to 0;,
Phi Beta Delta defeated Phi Gam-
ma Delta, 5 to 0; Tau Kappa Ep-
silon played Alpha Rho Kappa to
a scoreless tie, and Phi Chi defeat-
ed Alpha Kappa Lambda, 8 to 5.
Tomorrow Phi Mu Alpha will
meet Kappa Nu; Phi Kappa, Phi'
Sigma Kappa; Kappa Delta Rho,
Theta Chi; and Delta Chi, Tau Ep-
silon Rho.

STATiSTICS 0 CLDS[
MARGiN OFAN NiNE
New York Leads Cardinals in All
Departments Except Fielding
During Brief Series
RUTH LEADS IN BATTING
Crushing the St. Louis Cardinals
by winning four World's series
games in a row, the New York
Yankees performed a feat that has
been accomplished but twice be-
fore. The superiority of the Amer-
ican League club is clearly shown
in the statistics revealing that they
led in nearly every department of'
play.
In batting, the Yanks had an
average of .276'against .206 for the
Cards. Sixteen extra-base hits, in-
cluding nine home runs, were poled
by the New Yorkers, while St. Louis
could get but seven extra bases
and one homer. Again in rins
scored New York was far in the
lead, with 27 tallies to 10- for the
Cards, these runs being sco- a d
on 37 hits and 13 walks. The
Cards' runs were scored on 27 hits
and 11 bases on balls.
In only one department, fielding,
did the Cards lead. They had, but
five errors to the Yanks' six, their
percentage being .965, to 958, and
they had 37 assists to New Yorks'
128*
Yank Hurlers Best
The pitching of the Yankees was
far superior tothat of theiCards.
Waite Hoyt turned in two victories,
for the Yanks, and Pipgras and'
Zachery one each. The Card sharp-
shooters who failed to stem the
tite werehSherdell, Alexander,
Haines, Johnson, Mitchell, and
Rhem. Of these Sherdell lasted the
longest with 13 1-3 -innings to hisl
credit.
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IS DRILLED H A R D L L L
EAST LANSING, Oct. 10-A com-
bination of cheers and gloom per- i
vaded the Spartan ranks Tuesday Contest Will Be Held In the Morn.
afternoon as Coach Harry Kipke's ing to Enable Spectators to See
men returned, to heavy scrimmage. Michigan-Indiana Game
Big George Ferrari, veteran-
tackle, returned to rough work for LINEU11 IS NOT DECIDE0.
the first time in three weeks fol-
lowing an injury at that time. Al- Michigan "B" football team rant
though this reinforcement bolst- through a long signal practice yes-
cred the morale of coaches and terday on the new plays. which
team, the offensive play in after- will be used against Michigan State
noon drills failed to impress. Normal college Saturday at Ypsi-
After students, faculty and lanti. The game is scheduled to
townspeople had settled the prob- start at 10:00 in order to give spec-
lem of State's relapse. against Al- tators a chance to view the Indi-
bion in one' fashion or the other ana-Michigan tilt in the stadium
Kipke and his assistants deducted that afternoon.
the difficulty due to a poor offen- Although the starting line-up
sive and Tuesday they set out to has not been chosen as yet, Carter
correct the unholy blemish in the and Kerr look like sure starters at
Spartan attack. the flank positions, while Sherwood
Nearly every player on the squad will probably be seen at center.
was called into play in the of fen- IMcBride will call signals and
sive battle against freshman teams. Hughes is. expected to be at full-
I back. Ther rest of the positions
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