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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THuRSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1928

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HOLD FINAL WORKOUT
B1FRE NAVY BATTLE
Engage in Dummy Scrimmage With
Freshman Eleven Using
Navy Formations]
SHOW STRONG DEFENSE
Another look at Navy plays as
Coach Oosterbaan has seen them'
and a long scrimmage with the1
freshman eleven kept the varsity+
busy last night. Since the squad
will start for Baltimore tomorrow
afternoon at 4:30, the workout will
be the final one before the Navy
game Saturday.
In the clash with the freshman1
eleven, the varsity tried out its of-'
fensive bag of tricks on the year-
lings in attempting to drive over
the goal line for touchdowns. Two
complete elevens were used, one,
being the regular eleven that start-
ed against the Illini last Saturday.
The backfield of the second team
was made up of Straub at quarter,
Wheeler and Holmes at the halves,
and Hoser at fullback.
Speed Marks Offenset
Speed and more speed marked the
offensive cut loose by the regu-
lars. Dahlem was breaking loose
around the ends with monotonoust
regularity with Simrallr also show-
ing bursts of speed on excursions
around the flanks. The Navy ,is
due to see a number of complicated
formations judging from the at-
tack used last night. Both of the
varsity elevenswere blocking well
and the ball carrier usually was
brought to earth by the freshmen
secondary defense only after long
gains.
The dummy scrimmage with1
Coach Oosterbann's yearling "Mid-i
die" eleven topped off the day's
program. The varsity has had only1
two days to become acquainted with,
the Navy style of play instead ofK
the customary three.l
Twenty-nine Make Trip
Twenty-nine players are to make
the trip to Baltimore. They are
Truskowski, McCoy, Orwig, Dravel-
ing, Boden, and Cornwell,, ;ends;
Pommerening, Poorman, Steinke,
and Cragin, tackles; Poe, Parker,
Hulbert, Squier, and Williams,l
guards; Bovard, Brown, and Sher-
wood, centers; and Simrall, Holmes,1
Totzke, Captain Rich, Straub, Mc-
Bride, Gembis, Hozer, Dansby, Dah-1
lem, and Wheeler, backs. The party1
will be increased to a total of 35
by the addition of Coach Wieman,1
Director Yost, Head trainer Hoyt,i
assistant trainer Cahill, Oosterbann,#
and Norton, student manager.

IOWA, OHIO GAMEj
MOST IMPORTANT I
PLAYED IN WEST
(Special To The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Nov. 7.-Of all the
ten weeks of practice which the
University of Iowa football team will
labor through this fall, this is the'
most critical.
For the unbeaten Hawkeyes are
completing their research into the
undefeated Ohio State eleven's
style of play, and strengthening'
their own attack. Unless the Buck-
eyes are beaten, all of the weeks
of drill will have been in vain as
far as a clear Western Conference;
championship is concerned.
The Hawkeyes will depart Thurs-
day for the eastern boundary ofI
the Conference, and at Columbus
will meet Ohio State in the feature
game of the west Saturday.
No damage was done to the
Iowans by the scrappy South Da- H
kota eleven last Saturday. A mis- -
cellaneous collection of regulars -
and reserves downed the Coyotes,.
19 to 0, making no serious attempt J
to display championship form.
Three Teams May Tic
Strange things are happening in
the Big Ten this fall, and the situ-
ation is such that once-defeated
teams may tie for the title. Ii
Iowa should lose to Ohio State, then C
defeat Wisconsin and Michigan, i
while Illinois was trimming Chicago a
and Ohio State, the Illini, Hawk- ri
eyes, and Buckeyes would split the fl
championship, each with four of m
five games won. t

TROUBLE AHEAD FOR FAST HOOSIER BACKFIELD

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I DICKINSON GRID
RATING PLACES
MICHIGAN SIXTH
According to the Dickinson foot-
ball rating system, the corrected
1standings as issued by Frank G.
Dickinson, of the University of Il-
linois, after Saturday's games place
IMichigan in a tie with Minnesota
for sixth place, ahead of both In-
diana and Northwestern which pre-
cede the Wolverines in the ordinary
percentage rating, while Wisconsin
ooccupies third place behind Iowa
and Ohioj which are tied for first.
The corrected standings are as
follows: Ohio and Iowa tied for
first with 20.00 points, Wisconsin
th'.rd with 17.50, Illinois and Pur-
due tied for fourth with 16.67, Min-
nesota and Michigan tied for sixth
with 15.00, Indiana and Northwest-
ern tied for eight with 13.33, and
t Chicago last with 10.00.
:1 Rain, which has repeatedly slow-
ed up the activities of the Intra-
f mural department this fall, again
' prevented the semi-final match of

Dr. Spears, Minnesota football coach, is depending upon these linemen to stop the drives of the fas
Hoosier backs. From left to right the men are: Duke Johnson, tackle; Captain George Gibson, guard
Wayne Kakela, center; Les Pulkrabek, guard; and Edgard Ukkleberg, tackle.

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BADGER FRESHMEN SHOWI
ABILITY INFALL WORK
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 7-Although
he sent a record number of fresh-
men to the varsity from his 1927.
freshman squad, Coach Glenn
Holmes is convinced that this year's
crop of yearlings includes equally
as many players of first string cali-
ber.
The strong points of the present
freshman squad are backs, centers,
and ends. Holmes has three ends
whom he believes rank on a par
with Milton Gantenbein, leading
flankman last year. His centers are
good passers, and his leading half-
backs are able to do all things well.
Arnold Herber, Green Bay, is the
top ranking quarterback in addi-
tion to being the best passer of the
frosh candidates and one of the
leading punters. Herber and Rus-
sell Rebholz, brother of Harold Reb
holz of the varsity, have been boot-
ing punts consistently for 55 and
60 yards. Walter Graebner, Wausal4
is another promising quarterback.'

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JOIE RAY RUNS THIRD
DISTANCE RACE WITH
EL OUAFI AT OLYMPIA
(Special To The Daily)
El Ouafi, French Algerian, world's
hampion long distance runner who I
s to run 20 miles against Joie Ray
t the Olympia Saturday night ar-
ved in Detroit Wednesday morning
rom New York. The Olympic
narathon winner went to the De-
roit Athletic Club for his first
work-out shortly before noon. El
)uafi was accompanied by his
rainer, Francois Quilgars. He will
o considerable out-door running
or the next three days.
El Ouafi is slim, almost frail in
pearance but possesses a pair of
egs that move with the precision
f a locomotive driving rod. He
has been running nine years and
has won more than 200 races at
istances of from sixteen to 26
miles 285 yards, the full marathon
distance.
The race on Saturday night be-
ween El Ouafi and Joie Ray, Amer-
ca's greatest distance runner will
be the third contest between the
wo noted athletes in America. In
Madison Square Garden, New York
City, El Quafi defeated Ray over
he full marathon route. Two
weeks later, in Philadelphia, Ray
urned the tables on the Arab, win-
ning a 16 miles match in world's
ecord time.
Ray claimed the Garden distance
was too long for him while El
)uafi alibied his defeat at Philadel-
(Continued on Page Seven)

history the Wolverines will take the
field Saturday in Baltimore stadium
minus the traditional blue jerseys
with their maize letters, due to the
fact that the Middy grid uniform
is identical with that of the
Wolverines.
Saturday's tilt will find the
fighting pack of Wolves arrayed
in jerseys of a brilliant yellow
hue with blue numerals. The
emery cloth striping in the
front of the jerseys is black.
It will be remembered that a year
ago the Wieman-coached aggrega-
tion wore yellow head- ears to en-
able the spectators to distinguish
them from their opponents.
Barring unforseen injuries,1
the Michigan squad will have its
full strength .for the second at-
tempt to "Sink the Navy" in its
home waters. Although Poe,
Pommerening and Bovard have
been allowed to take things
easy, they will be ready for
action.
Word from Annapolis seems to
indicate that the Navy coaches are
planning something in the way of
a surprise for the invaders by pol-
ishing up their aerial weapon
which has been more or less neg-

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the all campus golf tournamentj
There is a strong possibility ' between Howard Stuck and John
that the already formidable Heppes which had to be postponed
running attack of the Mid- from Wednesday to Thursday orj
shipmen will be strengthened Friday of this week. The winners
still further by the substitution of this match will play in the finals
of Spring, veteran halfback, for ayinstheRfioyssn
Castree, a newcomer who has Si ofthefrtn
borne the brunt of the ball car- Six of the fraternity teams enter-
rying along with Gannon. ed in the fraternity speedball elimi-
nation tournament have weathered
the first round of play and will
Spring has been slow to hit his continue contending for the cham-
stride this season, but played a fine pionship this week when the weath-
game against West Virginia Wes- er permits. Last year's champions,
lcyan. Another Navy back who is 1Sigma Alpha Mu, are still in the
apt to "get going" any time and 1 race this year and are considered
cause a world of trouble is big 'heavy favorites..
Whitcy Lloyd. The other teams left in the run-
ning are: Phi Kappa Psi, best op-
Saturday's game will be one ponents of Sigma Alpha Mu, Delta
of the few this year in which Sigma Phi and Tau Epsilon Rho
the Michigan line has been who play each other today, Kappa
pitted against a forward wall Mu, and Phi Sigma Delta.
of its own weight. With Hul-I 'h .ines -sbe
bert at right tackle, Draveling I onsiderable interest is being
ber at right t, akleCragin shown in the cross country meets
at right end, and Cragin at spnoebyteirauld-
center, the Maize and Blue line pr edbhssthe intramThirtee-
scales at about I95 pounds per fraternities have entered the all-
man- .fraternity meet, ten in the all
campus meet, four in the all
The Middie tackles, Wilson and freshmen meet, and nine in the
Bowstrom, are a pair of heavy- inter class meet.
weights, tipping the scales at 210
and 220 respectively and they bring Subscribe to the Michigan Daily,
(Continued on Page Seven) I $1.50 per year.

Coach Ingram's powerful runnin
attack.

BRACE BOWS 0EORE
BE1 L IN COURT FINAL
Winner Conies From Behind After
Loss Of Initial Set. Brace And
Reindel Favored In Doubles
PROVES DISTINGT UPSET
Bob Beal '29, three times Ypsi
Tennis clubtchampion, added an-
other title to his array by taking
the measure of Fred Brace '32, of
Pontiac in the finals of the Fall
All-Campus tourney sponsored by
the Intramural Department. After
dropping the first set at 4-6, Beal
came from behind to upset the
Pontiac yearling by the scores of
6-3, 6-0.
Brace's defeat which came as a
distinct surprise to local tennis
enthusiasts can be laid to faulty
court tactics and a degree of over-
eagerness. After taking the first
set without extending himself to
a noticeable extent, he allowed Beal
to run up a 4-0 lead in the sec-
ond set. At this point the yearling
began to show his customary form
and reeled off the next game to
bring the set score to 4-3.
Brace took a lead of forty love
in the next game only to drop it
due to inability to find the base-
lines for attempted placements.
Should the freshman have taken
this game he would have tied the
game score after taking four
straight games and would have had
his serve going into the odd game
which would have given him an
overwhelming advantage.
In the final set the play was
much closer than the score indi-
cates with five of the games going
to deuce. In this set Brace's in-
ability to cope with Beal's steady
play proved more apparent than
in the first two stanzas. Beal
adopted the policy of waiting for
the breaks while Brace was evi-
dently depending on placements
for points.
In taking the measure of Brace
in the final round Beal stands out
as the winner of one of the most
hotly contested Intramural Tennis
Tournaments that has been staged
in recent years, winning over a
field of eighty-nine, among which
were numbered an unusual array
of capable performers.
Brace will endeavorto gain rec-
ompense when he and Reindell
lock horns with Kaufman and
1 Harris in the finals of the doubles
tournament. If past play may be
accepted as any criterion the
freshman team should win with
ease although Kaufman and Har-
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convenience to the University stu-
dents and people in that vicinity.
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hour.
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