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DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOB3ERh. 16. 1928

WJEMAN SATISFIED WITH WOLVERINE PLA Y SAT L

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VARSITY WORKS HAR4
TO PERFECT OFFENE
Wolverine Coaching Staff Strives To'
Build Up Formidable Offensive
Drive Before Satutday
SPEED ALSO EMPHASIZED
Well satisfied with the defensive
play of the Wolverine team in the
Indiana game, Coach Tad Wieman
and his assistants will devote the
major portion of this week's prac-
tice to the task of developing a
formidable o ff e n seto launch
against the Ohio State team Sat-
urday in the big Buckeye stadium.
In the two games played thus
far Michigan has failed to show
any semblance of power offensive-
ly and a strong offense must be
perfected during the three days of
drill remaining before the squad
entrains for Columbus if Michigan
is to maintain her perfect record
for games played in the Buckeye
stadium.
Need Fast Back
Michigan's greatest need at pres-
ent is a fast, hard running back'
who can shot off-tackle and cir-
cle the ends. A Chuck Bennett, a
Faunce, or a Reinhardt would make
the Maize and Blue backfield com-
bination a formidable one indeed.
Rich and Gembis supply a wealth
of power for a line attack, but
neither is sufficiently fast to ne-
gotiate longer runs with any de-
gree of consistency.
In John Totzke Coach Wieman
has apparently founda solution to
his punting prsoblems. His work in
the Hoosier game left little if any-
thing to be desired, the average
for each of his 13 kicks hovering
around the 40 yard mark.
Whittle Recovering
Del Whittle, who started the
game at the quarterback post, Was
greatly handicapped by an injured
knee and was able to offer no as-
sistance offensively. By Saturday,
however, the ailing knee should be
in shape again and the Buckeye
tilt will serve as a real test of Whit-
tle's ability.
The quarterback problem is ad-
mittedly one of the most serious
ones that the Wolverine board of
strategy must solve before Satur-
day's game. None of the three as-
pirants for the post who have seen
action thus far have revealed all
of the attributes desirable in a suc-
cessful field general.
Showing an improvement of 100
percent over their play in the Wes-
leyan game, Michigan's ends turn-
ed in an encouraging exhibition
against the Hoosiers. Truskowski
played one of the finest games of
his career and proved a bulwark
of defense on his side of the line.
Draveling at the opposite end look-
ed very promising and with a little
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Badgers Leading SEVERAL SPORTS HAVE BEGUN
BegTen Eleven IN NEW INTRAMURAL BUILI

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(By Associated Press) I .
"Gloomy Gus" Thistlethwaithe's
big Wisconsin team, conqueror of3
Notre- Dame and Cornell college of _
Iowa, has piled up 69 points to
take the lead in the race for Big-
Ten football scoring honors.
Against Notre Dame, the Badgers.
drove over three touchdowns and :-
booted over an extra point and in
Saturday's, game with Cornell, they
rammed over seven touchdowns
and as many kicks for extra points.
A Notre Dame safety, which ad-
ded two more, was not counted in
the scoring tabulation. INTRAMURAL BUILDING
Illinois, feasting on two non-con-
ference foes, Bradley Tech and Several departments of the new long and two smaller ones, all
Coe college, was in second place Intramural building are now open covered with rubber' coverings to
with a total of 64 points, while for occupation and are at present prevent mat burns form the pres-
Minnesota was third, chalking up accomodating capacity crowds. The ent equipment of the room, but
53 points against Creighton and handball courts have nearly all many exercising machines will be
Purdue. Wisconsin also has scored been opened and many university installed later.
the most kicks after touchdown, students, both veterans at the Coach Mat Mann has had his,
missing only one in ten attempts. game and those who are just learn- swimmers working out at the new
Only three teams, Minnesota, ing, have taken advantage of the building, but on the track rather
Ohio State and Iowa have yet to facilities they afford. than the pool. The pool has not
be scored against. The wrestling room has been been completed as there is still a
Statistics show field goals are open for occupation since last little tile work to be done. How-
somewhat of a lost art in the Big week and the varsity mat candi- ever, Coach Mann fells that the
Ten this season. Only two have dates have been holding regular track work will be of considerable
been registered. They were made workouts under the coaching of benefit to his men as it will im-
by Barratt of Ohio State and Theron Donahoe. One mat 60 feet prove their wind.
Hughes of Indiana.
The point tabulation showing :I1 1111 111111111111 '111 E1111fl t##ttt Elt tit#11111111111##t#11 11##t1 tt##tt1it !2
number of games played, touch-
downs, points after touchdown,!B
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ent's points: = By Morris Quinn
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Wisconsin ........2 10 9 0.69 6
Illinois........... 2 10 4 0 64 6 i According to reports from Co- Against the Wildcats Saturday,
Minnesota....... 2 8 5 0 53 0 lumbus, Michigan will be up Ohio State showed real ability to
Ohio State...... 2 7 6 1 51 0|against one of the strongest elevens follow the ball; and although
Chiicago ........3 7 5 0 47 25 ; that have represented Ohio State Hanley's team showed real ground-
.,~.a,~±in tha nast ten vears mn the tradi- gaining power. freauent fumbles

With the new pool in the Intra-
mural building nearly completed,
the prospects of Michigan's tank
team for 1929 may well be consid-I
ered. Ten lettermen and three
AMA winners form a good basis on
which Coach Matt Mann will build
the successor to his championship
1928 aggregation.
Bob Walker, junior free style
star, may well be considered to fill 1
the place left vacant by the grad-(
uation of ex-Capt. Bob Darnall.
l Walker is considered one of the
fastest swimmers in college circles,
a fact substantiated by his show-
ing in Big Ten meets last year. He
will be used in the 50 and 100 yard
free style events and on the relay
team.
The remaining three places on
the relay team should develop into4
a fight between Frank Walaitis,
Ernie Reif, Al Seager. all veterans,
and Fell Hosmer, a numeral win-j
ner two years ago. All these men,
are able to break one minute in
the century, so Coach Mann will
be able to use separate swimmers
in the sprints and the relay. Mc-
Donald and Auer are outside pos-
sibilities for regular berths.
In the 440 yard swim Garnet
Ault is practically assured of a
place due to his breaking of the
intercollegiate 440 yard record last
spring and his past performance in
the Olympic games, where he fin-
ished sixth in the 1590 meter swim.
Tom Watson, letter winner for two
years, is the logical choice for the
other distance swimmer, although
he will likely be extended by two

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Michigan, Chicago, Purdue And cho" Nagurski, transformed tackle.
Purple Practically Eliminated 'The Gophers did not lose a game
By Set-backs Saturday last year, a 14-14 tie with Indiana
being the only blemish on their
WA LINE W RK Trecord, and they appear likely to
IWE ORKSRONGrepeat this season.
The Buckeyes, under the tute-
Iowa, Minnesota, and Illinois, if lage of Dr. Wilce for the last time,
early season reports are to be be- made an auspicious start on their
lieved, will use the bone-crushing, campaign by taking advantage of
line plunging type of play, relying Northwestern's errors to hand the
on superior weight to defeat the Wildcats a 10-0 beating. Ohio, with
lighter triplet of elevens, Wiscon- a good line and a fast backfield
sin, Ohio, and Indiana, which will featuring Byron Eby, one of the
depend on open styles of play to best open field runners in the
bring home the bacon. Conference, showed title possibil-
Iowa and Minnesota, in defeat- ities in the Purple tilt.
ing Chicago and Purdue in the fea- The Wisconsin team easily de-
ture games of last Saturday's card, feated Cornell college, 49-0, with
showed powerful straight attacks most of the Badger regulars taking
that should make them strong con- it easy on the sidelines, while Ill-
tenders for the championship, and inois had little trouble in winning
promises a battle royal when these over Coe, 31-0, while Indiana was
two elevens meet at Iowa City or continuing in the Conference race
November 27 by defeating Michigan 6-0. The
IIawkeyes Have Veterans Hoosiers, with Bennett and several
The Hawke ye's return to grid other flashy backs performing be-
prominence after a succession of hind a capable line, showed a tricky
unfruitful campaigns has not been running and passing offense that
entirely unpredicted. For several is certain to make trouble for the
years the Iowa material has been almost untried Illini when the two
poor, but this season Coach Ing- elevens meet at Urbana Saturday.
wersen, besides a veteran forward Michigan Opponents Win
wall that is among the strongest Michigan, with a none too strong
in the West, has two exceptional offense, was given little hope by
backs, Armil and MeLain. In Mc- last Saturday's results, all four of
Lain, the giant Indian fullback, the ler remaining Conference oppon-
Hawkeyes have one of the best ents, Illinois, Wisconsin. Ohio, and
plungers in the country, a man Iowa, coming through their games
who. behind Iowa's powerful line, without being scored upon, while
should be one of the leading ground Michigan State showed a return to
s dgainers in theBigdTng early season form by trouncing
ginesothusiBig Ten. Chicago Y college ,37-0. The Navy,
Minnesota, using the same style (Continued on Page 7)
of play against Purdue as the(o
Hawks did against Chicago, suc-
ceeded in crushing the lighter
Boilermakers, 15-0. Coach Spears.
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Iowa ............2 6 3 0 39 0'
Pukdue...........2 5 1 0 31 15
Northwestern ... 2 2 2 0 14 0
Michigan .......2 1 1 0 7 23
Fitz Humbert, Illinois fullback,
is leading in individual scoring
with five touchdowns. Ken Barth-
olomew of Wisconsin is second with {
19 points and Brockmeyer of Min-I
nesota is third with 16.
Ward Enters Final
Round Of A11-
Campus Tournament
Dave Ward, ex-state amateur
champion, entered the finals of the
all-campus golf tournament by de-
feating Lenfesty in the semi-
finals 4 up and 3 to play. John
Berglin, 1929 Varsity golf captain,
and Art Ahlstrom, 1928 letterman,
are pared in the other 36 hole

in (je pJ. ,bi y blo uvi-u.ui
tional battle between the two
teams Saturday in the big Buckeye
stadium.
In their first contest of the
year the Bucks humbled Wit-
tenburg, which is recognized as
one of the strongest outfits in
fOhio Conference, by the one-
sided count of 42-0.
And Saturday's contest found the
Scarlet and Grey gridmen again
victorious, this time at the expense
of Northwestern's Wildcats, by a
10-0 score.
Boasting a flashy running
attack, and a fast charging,
heavy line, the Buckeye. are
conceded their best chance to
defeat the Wolverines since the
days of Harley and Stinch-
comb.

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which were recovered by thesBuck-m ith.
eyes proved disastrous to theirs
hopes of victory. The back stroke should result in
a three-cornered duel between
Three radio stations, WEAO, Capt. Dick Spindle and George
WGN, and WWJ will broadcast Hubbell,both former Big Ten
the Ohio-Michigan battle champions, and Clarence Boldt,
Saturday from the stadium at sophomore luminary. These three
Columbus, the game being men are all of about the same cal-
scheduled to commence at 2:30 ibre, and some interesting practice
o'clock. . races should be the outcome.
Jud Thompson, breast stroker,
According to Harry Tillotson, will find a worthy rival in Dick
business manager of the Athletic Mertz, former Detroit City college
Association, approximately 5,000 of swimmer. Mertz is expected to fill
the 15,000 tickets allotted to Mich- Ithe vacancy left when Bob Wag-
igan for the game, have been dis- ner, 1928 Conference champion,
posed of in Ann Arbor. A capacity graduated last June. Hughes, and
crowd is expected to jam the big Bebee will also be seeking regular
Memorial stadium. berths in this event.
Fancy diving should be well
Aside from a few bruises of taken care of by Walaitis and Ros-
minor importance, the entire enberg, both veterans, and Bailey,
Michigan team came through AMA winner. These three are
the Indiana game in good I likely to uphold Michigan's pres-

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