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October 31, 1928 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-10-31

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Fritz Humbert Tops "'er
Western Conference
GriddersIn Scoring PECTED NEXT
Northwestern's tight d e f e n s e
Three Nlational And Two American
held Fritz Humbert, Illinois' thun-: League Clubs Expected To
dering fullback, scoreless Saturday, Have New Leaders
but he still is the leading scorer
in the Big Ten. MCKE IE MAY DEPART
Humbert has scored 7 touch- K
downs for a total of 42 points,
which gives him a margin of 6 Cls ontehlsftea-
points over Oran Pape, Iowa's nouncement that Bucky Harris has
lightning half back, and Fred displaced George Moriarty at the
Hovde, Minnesota's flash, who are reins of the toothless Detroit Tig-
tied for second with 36 points, ers in the American league comes
Hovde's 92 yard run against the rumors of several other possible
Hawkeyes and Pape's 55 yard jaunt shifts in managerial talent. The
a few moments later brought the as yet uncomfirmed mutterings
only scores of the Iowa-Minnesota have to do with three National
battle. league and two American league
Bo Cuisinier of Wisconsin scored manhes.r
his team's lone touchdown against The selection of Harris naturally
the Wolverines to take fourth place leaves Moriarty out of a job and it
in the individual scoring with 31 is not at all improbable that the
points. Glassgow and McLain of erstwhile American league umpire
Iowa are tied for fifth with 25 may fall heir of Rogers Hornsby's
points each. directorship over the lowly Boston
Braves in the National league cir-
lILil111H14#11E11[illtlllll1lltf11111i l0HI cuit.
21- Bill McKechnie is another Na-
B iL T S _Itional league manager who seems
s ndestined to depart. The principal
s Q u i n n cause for this change is Bill's own
Ii1 IIltiilIllltIlmilIIt I1lIIIiiiii desire to be away from baseball.
ern, Michigan and Indiana among Four strenuous campaigns with the
their victims. Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cards
seems to have been too much for
Pressing the Princeton-Ohio the Scot. Frank Snyder, successful
State tilt for the place of honor in bringing the Texas league pen-
will be the meeting between nant to Houston as well as the
Alabama's famed Crimson Tide Dixie championship, is mentioned
and the Wisconsin Badgers, as his possible successor as is Billy
both conquerors of Knute Southworth, manager of the Ro-
Rockne's Irish eleven. chester Red Wings. Both Houston
and Rochester are Cardinal farms.
Alabama has lost one game this l Uncle Wilbert Robinson, presi-
season but is still considered the , dent as well as manager of the
ranking outfit in the south, and Brooklyn National leaguers seems
should give the men of Thistleth- ready to relinquish his post as
waite a thorough testing. manager and devote himself strict-
I ly to presidential duties. He will
University of Pennsylvania ' recommend such a change at the
will invade Chicago bent on next meeting of the board of direc-
gaining revenge for the 6-0 de- tors. Max Carey, Dodger captain,
feat at the hands of the Middie seems to be the logical successor
team last week, and unless the since Robinson has announced that
Maroon gridders show a great Max is his own choice for the job.
reversal over the form they dis- It is also rumored that the Cleve-
played against Purdue, another land Indians and the Chicago
drubbing seems inevitable. White Sox may be piloted by new
men before the training season
The other Big Ten teams are opens in March. Roger Peckin-
scheduled to play opponents of les- paugh, according to . announce-
ser note, Iowa meeting South Da- ments made by the wealthy Cleve-
kota, while Purdue entertains Case land owners before the season
in another contest that will give ended, was to manage the Indians
the respective coaches a chance to next year, but something seems to
rest their regulars for the next im- have made them less certain about
portant games. the matter now.
(Continued on Page Seven) Lena Blackburne who came to

Will Lead Easterners Northwestern Stars [IRHMI4 WIN OVER
Will Be Ready For.
Game With GophersIO
(Special To The Daily)
EVANSTN, Oct. 30-UndauntedTL

Chuck Howe, captain and guard'
on Princeton's unbeaten football
team, who will lead his men against
Ohio State in one of the intersec-
tional grid classics of the current
grid season.
the aid of the White Sox in Chi-
,ago following Schalk's "resigna-
tion" is also uncertain of his job
for next year. Charles Comiskey,
was well pleased with Lena's
handling of the club in the regular
season when Blackburne injected{
a considerable amount of pep andI
fight into the club, but the Sox
owner has become displeased with
the results of the annual city
series.. The American leaguers lost
in the final to the Cubs after forc-
ing the series into the seventh,
-' -

by thg 6 to 0 setback at the hands
of Illinois last Saturday, North-'Priest Goes Over.For Lone Score
western's grid team is busy at work Late In Final Quarter After
preparing for the invasion of Dr. March Down The Field
Spear's Minnesota eleven in the
homecoming engagement here Sat- TEACHERS 0 U TWEIGHED
The Wildcats emerged from the In the first game of the three
Illini struggle without further ad-- cornered series between the sopho-
dition to their injured list and mores, the freshmen, and the phy-
prospects are favorable that sev- sical eds., the freshmendrove and
eral players unable to play against passed their way to a 6 to 0 vic-
Illinois will be ready for the Goph- tory over the physical eds., in a
ers. Both Hank Bruder, sophomore hard fought game on South Ferry
Ihalf, and Leo Hanley, sophomore field yesterday afternoon.
quarterback, are expected to be Neither team was able to score
sufficiently recovered from injuries until the last quarter when a se-
to see service Saturday. ries of successful passes and line
Although Bruder 'nay be ready bucks on the part of the yearling
I to start Saturday it is doubtful squad placed them in a position on
1 whether Coach Hanley will recall the seven yard line from which two
Bill Griffen from the starting line- line plunges and a deceptive end
up since the speedy little halfback run by Priest netted them the only
turned in such a creditable per- score of the game.
formance against Illinois. Eds. On Defensive
It was Griffen's brilliant return. During most of the contest the
of a punt to the Illini's 12 yard light but plucky physical ed. eleven
line that placed the Purple within was kept on the defensive and
scoring distance when they failed never seriously threatened to cross
to put the oval over. Griffen also the goal line, either by penetrat-
was on the receiving end of a num- ing the enemy territory with
ber of forward passes that threat- straight football or by the aerial
ened the Illinois goal frequently route. A large share of the game
during the last half. was played between thirty yard
lines with both teams kicking on
The Michigan version of "which the third down.
V came first, the hen or the egg"- Priest, besides }being directly re-
did Michigan men cause the song sponsible for the only touchdown
"My Michigan Man," or does the turned in a creditable performance
song account for the men? (Continued on page seven)








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