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VARSITY RECEIVES

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DAY

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THREE "B" PLAYERS' Pro-Hockey Leagues

ADDED TOA SOUAD
Transfer Geistert, Htighes, Cooky
To Varsity Squad; Play
Against Freshmen

jegin rreparations
For Present Season
Manager Jack Adams and his
Detroit Cougars, after several
strenuous weeks of training, are
rapidly getting themselves into
form for the inaugural game of the
National Hockey league, with the
champion New York Rangers, to be
played at Olympia, Thursday eve-

TO MEET SPARTANS NEXTI
While the men who played
against the Middies took a day off
from practice. Coach Wieman
tried out the three newest addi-
tions to the "A" squad, Geistert,
Hughes, and Cook, in a Varsity
second team-freshman game dur-
ing yesterday's practice session.
No Injuries Saturday
The Varsity seems to have earn-!
ed a day of rest by its work against
Illinois and the Navy, for yester-
day was the first time the regulars
had been excused from practice
since the beginning of the season.
After the string of grueling games
and the long train ride from Balti-
more, the Varsity appeared to need'
at least one day to recover from the
bumps and bruises the Middies
handed out. No one was injured in
the Navy tilt, and with the assur-
ance that Gembis' condition does
not warrant an operation for ap-
pendicitis and that the big fullback
may be able to report later in the
week, the Maize and Blue squad
should be in perfect physical con-
dition bythe time of the Michigan
State game.-
It is probable that Coach Wie-.
man will take little chance of hav-
ing any of his regulars injured be-1
fore the all important Iowa contest,
and will spare the first team as
much as possible in the State tilt,
since the Spartans, who succumbed
to the Univrersity of Detroit 30-0
Saturday, should provide little.
trouble for the greatly improved,
Michigan eleven. A light workout
will be -in order for the Varsity to-f
morrow, when a freshman team,1
tutored by Coach Veenker who has
scouted State, will show the Spar-
tan plays to the regualrs.
Geistert Moved To Varsity
The transfer of Geistert and
Cook to the "A" squad came as a
result of their fine Work against
Alma in the Junior Varsity game
here Saturday. Geistert, dimin-
utive quarterback, personally ac-
counted for three of the Wolverines
five touchdowns, gaining through
the Alma eleven almost at will,
while Cook was a potent factor in
the Michigan defense, which stop-
ped the highly touted Alma plung-
ing attack time after time. Hughes
was taken on the Navy trip with
the Varsity due to Gembis' illness,
(Continued on Page Seven)
'4"Apperel for University Men"

ning, November 15.
The Cougars and Olympics have
engaged in a few practice tilts dur-
ing the past week, and Manager
Adams is confident both teams
have derived much benefit from
these games and with another week
of hard practice the Cougars will
be on edge for the opener.
Hockey fans will see a number
of new faces on the Cougar roster
this season with the addition of
Herbie Lewis, Bobby Connors,
Jimmy Herberts and "Dolly" Dol-
son.
In the person of Herbie Lewis,
Manager Adams has obtained one
of the flashiest center ice men
turned out in the American asscia-
tion, during the past few years, and
he is expected to put the punch in
the Cougar line-up this year.
Jimmy Herberts, who has shown
himself to be a performer of the
first magnitude was purchased
from Toronto, for $15,000, and Jack
Arbour, a defense man. He came
liere highly touted) "and without
doubt will strengthen the team on
its attack. He is a center.
Bobby Connors, flashy forward,
with the Olympics last season,
needs no introduction to fans who
saw him in action with the minor
league team last season.
The goalie's net will be guarded
by "Dolly" Dolson, who was ob-
tained from Stratford, champions
!of the Canadian-Pro league last
season. He has performed very
well during the practice games and
( will be an asset to the team's cham-
pionship aspirations.{
x Among the veterans of last sea-
son are George Hay, Larry Aurie,
and Carson Cooper, forwards, and
Puss Traub, Reg Neble and Gor-
don Fraseer, defense men.
Purdue College, Lafayette, Indi-
ana: A new tradition has been
started by the student council. The
"Victory Bell," mounted on a spe-
cial chasis is drawn up to the sta-
dium for conference games, and
paraded around before the game.
The bell is kept silent, unless Pur-
due wins. In that case it is rung
joyously.

SIGMA ALPHA MU I
SPEEDRALL_ TOURNEY
Delta Sigma Phi Nosed Out Fastest!
Game Ever Played On South #
Ferry Field
OVER 200 WATCH GAMEI
Under leaden skies, and with a
strong wind sweeping over South4
Ferry field, the last inter-frater-
nity speedball contest to be played
this fall terminated last night in a
12 to 10 victory for Sigma AlphaI
Mu.
Delta Sigma Phi the losing club,
took the lead in the opening pe-
riod and were ahead at half time.
However the Sigma Alpha Mu team
was not to be denied, and near the
beginning of the second half they
started to kick their way to vic-
tory.
The game last night was in many
was the most exciting of its kind to.
be run off on the speedball playing
field in many a fall session. The
Delta Sigs, whose personel was
composed of several high school
basket ball stars, took advantage
of the rule which allows the player
to either kick or pass the ball.
During the first and most of the
second periods, while they had the
ball in their possession, the 200
hundred or more shivering spec-
tators were treated to a rare ex-
hibition of passing.
Working on the principle that
the foot is mightier than the hand,
the Sigma Alpha Mu team began
kicking the ball around in such a
manner that the Delta Sigs had a
difficult time, getting their hands
on the ball at all, and finally the
winners came from behind to re-
tain the lead until the final whistle.
Yesterday marked the second
time that the Jewish boys have
taken the cup given by the Intra-
mural department each year to the
winner of the inter-fraternity
speedball tournament, also having
won the cup last fall.
The Intramural department an-
nounces that 56 teams have been
entered in the inter-fraternity
swimming tournament. To enter,
a fraternity must make up a team
of five men, who are required to
compete in five events, including a
game of water polo. The towing
is to be conducted in the pool in
the new intramural building.
NEW YORK.-Big Bill Tilden wh
was barred from tennis by th'
United States lawn tennis associa-
tion has now been banned by the
international lawn tennis federa-
tion, embracing 34 nations.

Hawkeyes Take Lead: """""""""""""'""""""""""""""""'"""""""""""""""""""""
Ovei Big'Ten Teams . GRID BITS
In Conference Race i By Morris Quinn
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Iowa now stands on top of the Crossing up the Navy board of, worth, speaker of the House,
Big Ten heap as the only unde- strategy jus3i as they had the aides President Clarence Cook Little,
feated and untied team in the Con- of Coach Bob Zuppke the week be- Admiral S. S. Robison, com-
ference due to a last-minute 14-to-7 fore Michigan's gridmen flashed an mandant of the United States
defeat inflicted upon Ohio State by unexpected and well-timed run- Naval Academy, Vice-President
the Hawkeyes last Saturday. The ning attack against the Midship- Charles G. Dawes, Curtis D.-

victory for Iowa opens the way for men that resulted in the touch-
a tangled up fight for the 1928 down that tied the count and
championship since the Hawkeyes totalled 134 yards from rushing as
have two hard games still left on compared to 129 for Navy.
the card.I
Next Saturday, Iowa is to meet Anticipating a barrage of
Wisconsin, a team that could claim forward passes, the Tars found
the title by unsetting the Hawkeyes themselves up against an of- 1
and then trouncing Minnesota on fense of an entirely different
the last day of the season, a task character in the closing min-
not so easy to accomplish. Should utes of the third period and
the Hawks hurdle safely over the the first ones of the fourth.
Cardinal threat, Michigan will still
remain to be disposed of and the Taking the ball on their own 48
Wolverines will be only too glad to yard line, the Wolves combined end
enter a final voice in the deter- runs and line bucks with off tackle
mining of who will be champion. dashes in their uninterrupted
A Wolverine defeat back in 1924,. march across the Middy goal.
the last meeting of Iowa and Mich- Dahlem and Simrall proved their
igan, is still to be avenged. worth as end runners, while Hozer1
Save for the Ohio State defeat land Rich tore the Navy line to bits,
where Big Chief McLain pushed in this advance.
over two touchdowns while Eby.
could score but one, the remaining i With Joe Gembis out of the
games in the Conference went lineup because of illness, the
very much according to form. Chi- Midshipmen contemplated one
cago failed to check the Wiscon- less star to beware of, but
sin eleven and bowed to a 25 to 0 Stanley Hozer soon banished
score. What is believed to be the their hopes with his great ex-
largest crowd of homecomers in hibition of line-bucking.
Badger history saw the Wisconsin
attack plow through the Maroons The former Muskegon high
with ease. Chicago lost a chance school star, was the Wolverines
to score when a penalty for delay- I chief ground gainer, accounting for
ing the game was inflicted just as la total of 56 yards and his defen-
the Maroons had plunged to the sive work in backing up the line
Badger one-yard line. was one of the features of the
Northwestern also picked up an- game.
other one point victory over Pest
Welch and Purdue by a 7-to-6 vic- A disppointing aspect of the
tory. Welch was at once the hero game was the size of the crowd
and the goat since his fumble led which threatened to break all
to a Purple touchdown by Captain records for meagerness. The
Walt Holmer and the resultant goal Baltimore stadium holds some
kick was enough to stave off the 70,000, but it is estimated that
effects of a Boilermaker score less than half of this number
brought about by the elusive Welch. saw the teams in action.
Minnesota launched a strong at- s
tack against Indiana at Minneapo- So poor was the turnout, in fact,
lis but found the Hoosiers in;that Navy officials are planning to
a somewhat ambitious scoring play their important games in
mood also. The Gophers won 21 Washington instead of Baltimore in
to 12, and the victory served to the future, beginning with the
salve the wounds of that 14-to-14 Notre Dame contest next fall.
tie last year that kept Minnesota;
from a Big Ten title. What the crowd lacked in
Illinois* dedicated Butler's new quantity, however, it made it
stadium at Indianapolis but found made up for in quality. Among
he Butler team far from being the notables were Governor
pushovers and had to be content Albert C. Ritchie of Maryland,
with a 14 to 0 decision. Representative Nicholas Long-

Wilbur, secretary of the Navy,
and F. Douglas Robinson, as-
sistant secretary of the Navy.
This boy Simrall looks better in
every game he plays. Saturday saw
him turn in another good exhibi-
tion of punting. His kicks with one
exception out-distanced those of'
his touted rival, Bowstrom. Sim-
rall averaged 35 yards on 14 kicks
including one that was blocked in
the final quarter.
Several instances of poor ball-
handling marred the contest, but
on each occasion Navy was the of-
fender. Each of these miscues
happened deep in Middy territory,
but luckily none were converted.
into scores.
Joe Cliffton contributed the
first fumble in the initial
quarter, but luckily Gannon re-
covered on Navy's 23 yard line
for a first down after a race
with Dahlem. The second oc-
curred in the next period
when Welchel fumbled Sim-
rall's punt and Squier recov-
ered.
The chunky tackle scooped up
the ball and lumbered to the Middy,
12 yard line before someone finally,
brought him down, but the ball
was called back under the newl
ruling that a recovered punt can
not be advanced beyond the point
of recovery.
Welchel again fumbled a
punt on his own 30 yard mark
in the third period, Pommeren-
ing recovering, but the march
toward the Navy goal was stop-
ped temporarily when the
Wolverines lost the ball on
downs.

Ii

Following their decisive victory
over Alma college Saturday, Coach
Ray Courtwright gave his "B" team
a rest yesterday in reward for their
efforts. However, the week prom-
ises to be a busy one, as the line-up
will have to be altered to the loss
of three players.
With the promotion of Morris
Hughes, Mike Geistert, and
Tom Cooke to the Varsity squad,
Coaches Courtwright and Brown
are presented with the task of find-
ing players to replace them. This
many be difficult to do, especially
in the case of Geistert. He played
the best game of his collegiate car-
eer against Alma, doing the major
share of the ball carrying and gain-
ing more than 100 yards from
scrimmage. This was all the more
remarkable in view of the bad con-
ditions underfoot.
Two Backs Are Transferred
Hughes was lost to the junior
varsity before the Alma game, as
he went to Baltimore in place of
Joe Gembis. His position was
capably filled. by Jake Widman,
who made several nice gains and
did the kicking in Saturday's con-
test. Don Wilson will probably re-
turn to the squad this week, filling
the vacancy left by Geistert. This
will leave a strong backfield, with
Lytle and Frank Brown completing
the quartet. Cooke'ssberth at
tackle will likely be assigned to
Hager.
Toledo University will provide
the competition for the "B" team
this Saturday, the final game of the
seeason being scheduled for the
Ohio city. To date the junior var-
sity has won three of six games
played, so this contest will deter-
mine whether the team finishes
the season above .500.
Show Strong Offese
A strong offense, lacking hereto-
fore, was revealed against Alma,
with Geistert the hub of the attack.
The line also played well, holding
for downs on the Michigan one-
yard line in the first quarter. Sullo,
Bill Brown, and Cooke were im-
portant factors in this stand.
Straight football accounted for the
Michigan gains, trick plays and
passes being resorted to on but few
occasions.

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'URAFTR ALMA CONTEST
"B" Team Takes Day Off After 33-0
Defeat of Alma; To Meet
Toledo Saturday
MUST REVAMP BACKFIELD

Neither team enjoyed any suc-
cess in kicking goals from the field,
Navy missing three attempts and
Michigan one. Bauer's drop kick
from Michigan's 25 yard marl in
the second quarter was wide as
was Gannon's after the Navy
touchdown, while Lloyd's goal from
placement in the closing minutes
was low. Squier tried a goal from
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