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Hawkeye Halfback [rW MAJfLEVENS
Leads Big Ten In
Points Collected

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While the Michigan coaches are
Defeats Johnny &rgiin, 1929 Varsi driving the Wolverine gridmen
Captain, In Thirty-siv Hole tthrough two days of hard practice
Final, 5 And 4 for Saturday's contest at Baltimore,
reports from the Navy stronghold
ENDS MATCH WITH BiRDIE ndicate that "Navy Bill Ingram
x 1ND MATC VI I3RDIEand his aides are anything but idleI
in their efforts to insure the in-
'1Y'>Dave Ward, Western Michigan dr ht
Amateur champion, added another reception.
title to his list when he annexed ct h
j the All-Campus golf championship Despite the
Monday by defeating Johnny Berg- Middies were scheduled to meetI
Ln, 1929 Varsity captain, in the West Virginia Wesleyan on the
thirty-six hole final match with a following week-end, the Navy
score of 5 and 4 board of strategy began point-
The match was played in two ing their charges for the im-
o fh cportant intersectional struggle
n with the Wolves immediately
last week, and one Monday, and at after the Pennsylvania game.
rn ry !the end of the first round, Ward
was leading by two holes. This
lead he increased by three holes Down at Annapolis they have{
and the match ended at the four- never forgotten the 54-0 tide that
teenth hole of the second round. the Sailor aggregation encountered
The golf played in the first round on its initial cruise into the terri-
Capt. Weislow The golh plaedt the fst hntory of the Wolverine in 1925. Navy:
who will again lead the Maroons in the second eighteen, as Ward turned the tables in 1926, however
in battle this Saturday, after hav- I had a 75 last week and Berglin took and handed the Maize and Blue
ing been forced to remain idle be- 77, while on the first nine Mon- stalwarts a neat 10-0 licking when
cause of injuries received in the day Ward could shoot no better they made their first appearance
opening game of the season., than a 39, while the Varsity cap- in Baltimore stadium.
tain took a 42. In the first round
three holes were halved with The" Midshipmen came to
Albion Takes Lead In birdies.Ann Arbor for the second time
1 The first nine of the second last year and before a capacityI
M. I. A. A. Struggle round proved to be Berglin's undo- crowd fell before the Wieman-
ing, as he lost five holes to his coached team 27-12 in a game
ALBION, Mich., Nov. 6.-With the opponent while picking up only two that was replete with thrills
championship of the M. L.,A. A.! and halving two. This put Ward from beginning to end.
practically won, Albion College's five up and although Johnny
football team, undefeated in six played on even terms the second Confident that this is their
successive games, has now turned to nine, the damage was done. On chance to even the series at two-
the last two games on this season's the twelfth hole, a par five, Berg all, the Midshipmen are sighting
card, with Hillsdale there next)lin was on the green in two to their guns to blast the hopes of the
Saturday and with Hope at Albion 1 Ward's three, but putted for a half, up and coming Michigan eleven.
Nov. 17 d hnThe thirteenth Johnny won with a The Wolverines, on the other hand,
'The Methodists should have little Ibirdie two, but Ward came back will be out, to outdue the jinx that
difficulty with either team, but up- and ended the match on the four- has persisted in hanging over
sets are many this season in the teenth green by turning in another Maize and Blue teams whenever
S" " birdie. they go into action on eastern grid-
Dassociation plans to driveCoachis Bugrid- Both players showed much im- irons.
ders to the limit in preparations for provement in the second nine as
both. they were lying even par when the Coaches Oosterbaan and,
Against Alma, Saturday, the Pur- match ended. The feature shot of Brown who have scouted the
Agean Golm warsdisayd the- the match was a full driving iron Navy team in its last two
plc and Gold warriors displayed the shot which Ward placed less than games have nothing but the
same aggressive spirit that has a foot from the cup after putting greatest respect for the ability
characterized their play all season his second in the woods. This of Ingram's charges and the
and practice this week will be de- spectacular shot halved the hole Michigan squad realizes that it
voted to additional plays and for- for him. will have to be at its best to
mations to be sprung, if necessary, The field in the All-Campus carry out the cry of the week
upon Coach Dwight Harwood's tournament was exceptionally to "sink the Navy."
Baptists this week. strong this year as some very
strong freshman players entered Saturday's battle, in two in-
SOUHT BEND, Ind-A large list school this fall. These new men stances at least, will resolve itself
of cripples have appeared among formed a real threat, and the vet- into a battle between former team-
the Notre Dame squad, two of erans had to put forth their best mates, two having played together
which were injured in last Satur- efforts to advance in the match on the local high school team and
day's game. play. two at Jackson high school.I

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Otto Pommerening, Michi- Usurping the place held by Fritz
gan's left tackle, and Rex Wil- Humbert since the season began,
son, who holds down a similar Oran Pape, fleet Iowa halfback, as-
berth on the right side of the Isumed the lead for scoring honors
Navy line began their careers in the Big Ten last week by regis-
at Ann Arborshigh school. It tering two touchdowns against
willbe he ecod tme his South Dakota.' Humbert was held
pair have opposed each other. scoreless for the second consecutive,
The Wolverine is rated as the game, Illinois failing to tally against
The olvrin is ate astheMichigan.
best lineman on the squad, while Pape has a total of 48 points as
Wilson holds the same distinction a result of scoring eight touch-
among his teammates. Pommer- downs, four of which came in the
ening tips the scales at 178, while Ripon game. Humbert dropped to
the latter weighs 205. second place. "Bo" Cuisinier, stocky
Wisconsin quarterback, vaulted into
Two other former high school third place when he scored once in
stars who formerly teamed to- the Alabama game.
gether as Jackson are expected The 7 leading scorers:
to start the contest. Dahlem, TD PAT Total
diminutive halfback, is Michi- Pape, Iowa .......8 0 48
gan's representative, while Humbert, Illinois .7 0 42
Paul Moret is holding down Cuisinier, Wis'sin.6 0 42
one of the end positions for the Hovde, Min'sota..6 1 37
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Georgetown Holds Scoring Record
In East With Tigers Appearing
Best Defensive Team
With little more than three
weeks of the 1928 gridiron cam-
paign remaining, 13 major elevens
throughout the country remain in
the select class of those who are
unbeaten and untied. All sections
of the nation are represented, four
of the teams being in the East, four
in the South, four in the West, and
one in the Far West.
Georgetown Strong In East
The Georgetown eleven has the
most impressive scoring record,
piling up 247 points in six games,
for an average of 41 points per con-
test. On defense, Princeton has the
best %record, the Tigers holding
their opponents to a single touch-
down, although they have two tie
games to blemish their record.
When Ohio State crossed the
Princeton goal line last Saturday,
it was the first time that Coach
Roper's team had been scored upon
this season. Georgetown also has
a fine defensive record, holding the
opposition to nine points.
At least two teams will fall from
the ranks of the mighty this Sat-
urday when Georgetown meets
Carnegie Tech and Vanderbilt faces

i i ies . I
The veteran Clifton has been fill-
ing the fullback post in commend-
able style with Whelchel, another
experienced campaigner doing the
A pair of flashy sophomores
fill the other two backfield
berths. Gannon is highly rated
by Coach Oosterbaan as a fine
defensive back and the chief
reliance of the Middies in theI

Caraway, Purdue .4
Glassgow, Iowa ..3
McClain, Iowa .. .4



(By Associated Press)
SOUTH BEND, Nov. 6.-Notre
Dame's already large list of crip-
ples has been increased by three
first stringers, two of whom were
injured in the Penn State game
Saturday. d
Jimmy Brady, quarterback, is !


use of the forward pass as a laid up with an injured knee that the Golden Tornado from Georgia
scoring weapon. caused his removal from the game Tech. Army should find a worthy
in the first period, and Ed Collins opponent in Coach Rockne's re-
Castree, who teams with Gannon who played a great game at left juvenated Irishmen, while the Ohio
regularly, is a shifty runner. With end, is in the hospital with an arm State eleven will test the mettle of
Spring, Lloyd and Bauer, held in infection while Jack Chevigny, Iowa in a game that will have an
reserve for ball carrying duties, and star right halfback, is ill with important bearing on the Big Ten
Miller as substitute quarterback, tonsilitis. race.
the Navy looks like a formidable~
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opponent indeed.
tery, Buffalo, N. Y., stopped Vic
McLaughlin, New York, here thece
other night in a six round bout.
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-Paulino
Uzcudon, Spain,' outpointed Otto f
Von Porat Chicago, here last night
in an uninteresting 10 round bout. 3:30 to 5:00
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