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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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was split into three elevens for the{
purpose of running through some
new plays. Gembis and Whittle
who were the men displaced by the
change, were practicing with the
othertwo teams.
For this drill and the subsequent
dummy scriinage with the yearl-
ings, the arsity lined up with Tru-
skowski and Draveling at ends,
Pommerening and Williams at tac-
kles, Cragin and Poe at guards, Bo-
vard at center, Straub at quarter,
Wheeler and Totzke at halves and
Captain Rich at fullback.
Buckeye Plays Tried
The red jersied freshmen repre-
senting Ohio State offered the var-
sity the oppoitunity of becoming
accustomed to the Buckeye style of
play as revealed in the Wittenberg
and Northwestern games. The year-
lings 'were given the ball down close
to the'varsity goal and proceeded
to cut loose a varied attack.
The i-ajority of the line plays
were promptly stopped and the var-
sity appeared to be little troubled
by the style of play being revealed
by the first year gridders.
A real scrimmage is expected to,
be the diet of the varsity today to
top off the work preparatory to
leaving for Ohio State.

HORNSBY MAY BE
BOUGHTB' CUBS
CHICAGO, Oct. 16-The Tribune
today said that Rogers Hornsby,
second baseman and manager of
the Boston Braves, will be traded
.to the Chicago Cubs as soon as the
Boston club names its price for thes
leading hitter of the National
league.
The deal, previously denied by!
presidents of both clubs, now is
"positively under way," the paper
said. The price to be paid for
Hornsby may run as high as $200,-
000, plus two or more players, the
Tribune stated.
Hornsby recently told a news-
paperman, the paper continued,
that he expected to be moved to
Chicago.-
Hornsby's transfer may not be
effective for some time, however,
according to the Tribune, until the
price is agreed upon.
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Loving Cup Offered
For Sigma Delta Psi
High Point Winner
Because of the increased- inter-
est being shown by the tryouts
for the national honorary athletic
fraternity, Sigma Delta Psi, Elmer
D. Mitchell, Director of Intra-
mural athletics has announced
that this year the department wtll
award a silver loving cup to the
man scoring the most points in
the all-around efficiency test.
A second cup is being offered to
induce fraternities to en'tet' the
race for all around title. To date
there are but fou'r entered with,
Delta Sigma Phi leading, Phi Sigma
Delta second, Sigmfa Pi third and
Theta, Chi fourth.
To compete for .this cup, a fra-
ternity must enter a team of five
men, although the number is not
limited. Five men must attempt all
twelve events, and must actually
pass three before Christmas if they'
expect to receive entrance points.
Thereafter one point will be award-
ed for each event successfully
passed, the cup being awarded to
the fraternity having tide greatest
total of points at the end of the
1928-29 season. The entry lists are
still open.
Michigan reads in number of can-"
didates who have successfully
passed all twelve events, with the
active and alumni list including 45
men.

Three Stations To
Broadcast Game At
Columbus Saturday
Local fans, who are unable to
make the trip to Columbus Satur-
day to watch Michigan battle Ohio '
State, will be able to follow the
game by radio.
Three stations will broadcast the,
game. They are WWJ, the Detroit)
News, WEAO, Ohio State's own sta-
tion, and WGN, the Chicago Trib-
une. The game is scheduled to I
start at 2 o'clock, Eastern Standard
time.
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make a Service Call and Inspection free of charge for all owners
who call our New Number-21-408.
Calls answered in order received
Thursday, October 18th, 1928
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in trying out for basketball
manager, should report at
7:00 o'clock tonight in Water-
man gymnasium.
Rolland Taylor, Manager.

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their names; at the Intra-
mural office. All indepen-
dents are particularly invited
to participate. Numerals will
be given to the winning team.

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Present at this time Fall's first showing
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This feature which will appear every Sun-
day throughout the college year, will be
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articles and pictures chosen for their inter-
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prominent students and faculty men from
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will have a reader appeal not only to Mich-
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from other colleges, and to everyone inter-
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