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November 10, 1928 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-10

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STR NG 1ARON At Evanston Today Cati:dad ueb~ h Conference Feature OYESHiuju
HT ONGM R EVANSTONov 10--Northwst- Captain Edward Burke of the Twp 0T1em
o t h b aTo gt svern and Purdue, traditional grid- Navy football t e as han the mjor game for the Middle
themjorgameforeir rivals since 1895, meet here -important factor games hisWesttday when Ohio State and
day in Dyche stadium in the twent-eam has played this fall. His play Iowa battle at Columbus in the
ih anual game between the two at a guard position is strong bothame that may settle the 1928
. I. A. A. Champions Have schools. The Boilermakers, winners o ens and ofensehwh e championship of the Big Ten. The Army-Notre Dame
ran Eleven; Possess in nine of the contests, has a backs to go through. Although not
Good Record chance to even the count in the a large man, as guards go, he and untied teams in the Confer- Programs &
coming engagement.,anr g
Both teams will send their full weighs 180, B.urke. plays a hard Tmhd
IPCUB stenthCKFIteELntst Al- - game and makes things interest- .. The outcome of the tilt will tie-
strength into the contest. An-fomen muk e r thn im- pend largely upon the ability of; HARVARD TO
robale Lineups though crippled in earlier games, self. i the Hawkeyes to stop the passing i
roal i ia B otwsens ijrd players ereRcWleielae attack of the Buckeyes which Wt w ne
have come around into shape and lworked to such perfection against of major impor
.LE. (4)Carter will be ready to start. Hank Brud- has been leading his team in pa Princeton. The Ohio line will also overshadowing t
1)."..T..(22 BeTma e. s(22)re Bergmanommucreceivingg tis this asweyearla- ase wello as o fplanyte)jnchaveivaits, wproblemdyto tor. facerudinrncthe:Theancient wll rivalrieswig t
r (14) LG.....(10) Su11o r, sophomore half of whom much ing a fine all-around game. Last form of payem Ma te big am fortoayis
(20 C. (2) W Brwnwas expected, has been out the
(20) G.. (26) W. Brawnwaepetdhsben utheekinteIlnsgme Rh form of Mayes Mcain, the big gram for today i
grae part of the season due to week in the Illinois game Rich
grete ;f.R ae ........................ oeo ~ ~ -Ichief, and Oran Pape whoq now attractive one. M\
(19) RG..... (8) Bauer'ge x:ar -th eao det tore off several long gains, estab-chendOa Ppe honw traie n.
24)...RT.... (61) Coach Haney hopes t hserl l gain i leads the Big Ten in individual the Navy at Bat
(24) . .RET..... (61) Coe use him considerably in the Purdue fishing himself as afine ball carrier. scoring, crowd of probably
(15)..RE..... (32) Kerr f v He has always played a good de- U assoeo h i i
S QB. . . (30) Geistert game fensive game, and the gains around Hawkes May se and Notre Dame
.LH....(59) Lytle Both Have Strong Backfield his side are few.Acc fr ording to announcement ant tilt.
) ..RH.. (65) Widman Coach Hanley will pit his back- from Iowa City, Pape will not be in mpormy hasg
(23) . FB. . (25) F. Brown field aces including Levison at thestarting lineup, but will be held. The Army has g
guarter. Griffi and Calderwood for injection into the fray after the six games, three
wlee, t e oI - at half and Holmer at full, against M Buckeye line has been worn down against Southern
soach Courtwright's "the highly respected Purdue back- somewhat by the lighter forward vard and Yale.
n the two elevens clashIfield stars. "Pest" Welch and com- [.wall of the Hawkeyes. Should the string may be en
'clock this afternoon on pany has gained much respect, TWILL IEET JDHU T0. . .. Scarlet and Grey line prove too1 fighting hosts alt
1. This game will be the through their feats of galloping up powerful, Iowa is expected to re- will be badly crip
eature in Ann Arbor this: and down Western Conference sort to the forward pass with The game will p
with the Varsity battling gridirons xious to atone for the Coach Mat Mann's Wolverine i{r ,either Armil, Glassgow or Pape as important beari
Baltimore. Pd nx..n r * j swimming team will travel north the passers. championship ho
a squad will- come to Ann defeat at Minnesota earlier in the December 15 for their first meet of * Eby, Holman and Coffee the Ohio Wesleyan
h one of the strongest season will exert every effort to the season with the Toronto Y. M. speedy Ohio backs have caused Ohio Wesleyan
ins to face the Junior push over a win at the expense of C. A. The second meet of the year much fear in the heart of Coach Michigan and five
is season. Several vet- the Wildcats. The Boilermaker a-is scheduled for December 22 at Ingwersen. The clash is the sixth opponents, will a:
r the teams that won the line which played so brilliantly George Rich Cleveland with the Cleveland A. C. Edward Burke one between the two teams. Iowa intersectional du
Intercollegiate Athletic against Wisconsin and Minnesota, On the same day that the Varsity has won three of the previous tilts to add to the spic
a title in 1926 and 1927 will endeavor to repeat its work iExpet To Rink is at Toronto the men not taken on with Ohio victorious twice and one' for the day.
ed on the present squad. ag urple. the trip will swim in the A. A. U. naa scoreless tie. Traditional riva
ie Three Veterans Hanley To Use Same Kickoff In Coliseum Shortly meet at the Detroit Woman's City Cagers Start Work Chicago Plays Wisconsin newed when Brow
theTee victimstof the Alma och anley plans to start theclub.The struggling Chicago Maroons clash and Pittsbur
i so f he lm a same lineup which humbled Min- Du to the installment of a mo- The Toronto Y. M. C. A. boasts I (Special To The Daily) I who were deprived of a tie with ton and Jefferso
is season are numbered Inesotate islastet week.- TTheoonline,. alA bost
llsdale and Kalamazoo. n s k.- tor of the wrong type, it has been the strongest swimming team in BLOOMINGTON, Nov. 9.-With Pennsylvania only by a spectacular though all four I
iildal an Kaamaoo.though nst ttlight, .Tedemonstrated th ,at Io fte rn ye i a en
that it cessary to delay the testing of Canada and will give Coach Mann football interest still at high point, pass in the late minutes will in- down in contei
teamto efet Ama as!is capable of stacking up against,
n, which downed them hipe o s an peningt an excellent chance to get a line Coach Everett Dean, who in four j vade Madison to battle Wisconsin.' honors, these tw
ery gridiron last Satur- hesvfr thens in the evampediClie util the on his prospects for another win-. years of service has given Indiana "Gloomy Glenn" Thistlethwaite is prove to be of mt
practically eliminating hning squad. In Philips, the Cana- University two first place rankings striving to prevent overconfidence Georgetown, Car
a the M. I. A. A. race. o ,The game which starts at 2 arrival of the proper motor early dians have a diver on whom they in Big Ten basketball has started from creeping into the Cardinals Georgetown an
their loss to Albion Alma oclock, (Central Standard tim next week. The reconstruction of can depend to take points in any cage practice. The Conference co- since the Maroons are also good are to encounter
a formidable team ato is expected to attrack a crowd of .the interior of the building is pra- competition. Philips is at present champions, who shared the title for one strong gam.e a season and neutral field at A
today The line is prat- o! the champion diver of Canada, and with Purdue last winter, face the the Wisconsin mentor is afraid it that will bring t
today. The lineleis prac- lrgeshar
strong, repelling the 0 y completed and a large share was sixth in the Olympic diving hardest schedule arranged for a may be today. defeated and unt
the Albion backs last ODAY'S of the insulating and painting has trials last summer. Crimson team in many seasons, Coaches Hanley and Phelan, of east together. H
hinvaders also have aGAMESI been done. After many disappointments according to Dean. Northwestern and Purdue respec- tertain Pennsylva
sive, depending upon an O0 Because of some misunderstand- Matt now expects to get into the Three practice sessions a week tively, have each expressed fear despite the fact t
ck for ground gaining. ing the dimensions of the new rink new pool in the Intramural build- are held under the direction of of the other for the clash at Evan- ( set Harvard and1
Line Is Strong MIDDLE WEST have been falsely announced as ing next Wednesday, and at that Coach Dean, but in a short time ston today. Both the Boilermakers Penn, the tilt st
and Pezet are two de- Iowa at Ohio State. 208 feet by 60 feet with an area of time water polo practice will com- the squad will report each evening. (Contiued on Page Seven) Pen tilt s
ends that are employed cago at Wisconsin. 12,480 square feet. The true dimen- mence. This pool will be better than Among the veterans from last
receivers, Idhile Karpp iana at Minnesota. sions of the rink are 208 feet by 80 the crowded Union tank. year's squad who have reported
k, is on the throwing Illinois at Butler. feet, which gives a skating sur'face o- o are Captain-elect Dale Wells, ex-
se tosses. Erickson and Michigan State at U. of D. of 16,640 square feet, an appreci- BASKETBALL MANAGERS I captain Bob Correll, DougSchieditJl a* ..
also capable backs who Nebraska at Oklahoma. able difference.!I James Strickland, Donald Cooper,,ico,
>me of the ball carry- Kalamazoo at Ypsilanti. While the artifical ice plant is I ryouts for basketball man- and James Gill. These men are
ture of the Alma offense Washington at Drake. installed and the work on the rink agers are to report at the Field I letter men. Many squad members 325 South
that all their plays are FAST itself and the building is finished, ATHouse any night next week at of last year have reported also. Telephone 7997
the same formation. Michigan at Navy, no announcement of the formal 7 or 7:15. 1 Branch McCracken will join the
captain plan is being Notre Dame at Army. opening of the Coliseum will be Rol Taylor, Manager. squad at the close of the football
Ima this season. Arozian Ohio Wesleyan at Syracuse. made until after the entire plant o season.
e defensive play of the Maryland at Yale. has been thoroughly tested and ap- BALLET DANCING
.e Karpp is the leader on Boston U. at Holy Cross. proved. However, the opening Enjoy the whole period of college 1
Wesleyan at Williams. should occur within two weeks. I
ves Lose Two Backs Trinity at Amherst. To administer to the comfort of
olverine Junior Varsity Fordham at Boston College. he spectators plans are now being PREPARE NOW FOR THE C
:inus the services of Union at Rochester. considered whereby hot air will beR N
ad Wilson, star backs, in Lafayette at Rutgers. blown over the six roms of seats FIG
rnbat, their places being Alfred at N. Y. U. built along the whole length of one
Widman and Frank Penn at Harvard. side of the rink. This plan, if car-!
latter at fullback. Wi-FARWESTed into effect will without doubt OR THE JUNIOR

EMBER 10, 1928
And Michigan-
Feature Eastern
For Today
sectional clashes
tance somewhat
he renewal of
the football pro-
n the East is an
ichigan will face
imore before a
70,000 people for
shes while Army
Rill stage another
one undefeated in
of which were
Methodist, Har-
This unbroken
ded by Rockne's
hough the Irish
led for the clash.
robably have an
ag on national
Plays Syracuse
, -conqueror of
Ohio conference
lso engage in an
el with Syracuse
e of the grid card
lries will be re-
n and Dartmout
gh and Washing-
a hook up. Al-
have been struck
nding for high
o games should
negie Tech Meet
d Carnegie Tech
each other on a
lbany in a battle
o of the few un-
ied teams in the
arvard is to en-
nia at home, and
hat Army has up-
the Navy downed
ill will be of in-
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