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3, 1928 T H E M I CHHEIGACN DALY

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Bulwark On Line
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Major Teams While

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GRID BITS
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Gtat.c Saud This Year Considered
Strongest Group To Ever
Run Fe:: State

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Freshmen Will Play e
Sophomore Gridders-
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trong wind hampered the receiv-j
re a great deal, but as a whole.
lost of the efforts were successful.
If the Freshmen can win the
ame this afternoon, they will have
mdisputPd ciam to the Intramural
'ctb ,l..lt' tle, as thi, Uretne onIl

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BiROWN TO LEAD SPARTANS M
Undaunted by a very close de- .
feat at the hands of Illinois in the
triangular cross-country meet , at *
Columbus last week, the Wolverine
harriers are preparing to meet the
invasion of the Michigan State
squad in what is expected to be a;".
closely run race at 10:20 Saturday
morning over the Michigan course.
The runners will cover the regularf
five mile course beginning at Ferry ...- ~:f . .,.....
field and finishing at the Univer-
sity golf course.-
According to dope the Spartans Howard Poe
will bring one of the strongest who played a great game against
teams it has turned out in years the Midshipmen Saturday, repeat-
with several strong runners. Cap- edly stopping the advances of the
tain Brown has been running some fast charging Navy backs and who
fast cross-country races this year is now being considered by critics
and has a large, share of his teams as one of the outstanding guards in
burdens and honors. Last week the conference this year.
he lead his-,team mates to victoryI
against Marquette by covering aO
4.33 mile course in 26:21,5, a little Wieman Orders Day
under his record time for that Of Rest For Varsity
course set last year. (Continued From Page Six)
Willmarth and- Dowd also con-
tributed much to the -38 to 17 vic- and was officially transferred to the
tory over Marquette by placing,"A" squad with Geistert and Cook
second anid third close behind their yesterday.
leader. Both of these men, while Both Hughes and Geistert played
not of the unusual caliber of Capt. inBthe blue backfield against the
'Brown, are dangerous runners for freshenbeserayilgTotzke;
any of their opponents and con-H remen yesterday, while Totzke,
aidraby hlstr he tregthofHolmes, Straub, and Totzke also
siderably bolster the strength of took turns against the yearlings.
their team. Geistert and Holmes got away for
Four other runners who have long runs in the first. half, assisting
been considered good enough to in running up a 13-0 score against
enter the Eastern intercollegiate the freshman second team, while
cross country races this year and Totzke added ball carrying to some
who are also expected to take the excellent punting against the wind.
trip to Ann Arbor this week are
Roossien, Roberts, Reid, and Corw. McCoy Tries Hand At Passing
While Brown led' the Michigan McCoy came back from his end
harriers by a big margin in the position to do most of the passing
Michigan State-Michigan meet for the blue team, but was injured
last year, the showing of the Wol- in the second quarter and forced to
verines so far this season havecleave the game. Cook, Sherwood,
prompted Coach Steve Farrel to be- Cornell, Orwig, Poorman, $ulbert
lieve that the Spartan star will and Williams also played in the
have a very tough battle Saturday. Varsity second team line.
'hav a vry oughbatte IThe "A" eleven gained almost at
Wuerful and Monroe may both give Til a gain ed string ya
him plenty of competition for first will against the second string year-
honors in the race this week. lugs, gaining their first touchdown
The Michigan squad is in good on a pass and line plays in the first
condition after the grueling trian-i period, while eistert took the ball
gulag meet at Columbus last Sat- over the five yard line on a lateral
urday a-nd should run in the best pass for the blues' second score
of :form, against Michigan State. early in the next quarter. Coach
The meet between Michigan, Illi- Fisher then put in his first eleven
nois and Ohio with only four points and play was even for the remain-
separating the three teams was the der of the half.
closet in the annals of cross-coun- Subscribe for the Michiganensian
try triangular meets in the Middle- n wb c o t hnlyg$4n00.
West. .The Illini runners collected now. It costs only $4.00.
38 points to 40 for Michigan and 42 -
for Ohio..
This victory brought Illinois the
tihird win in the eight meets which Students"-Read.
have been held between these
schools. Ohio still leads the other Save money on stationery. Get
two teams with four wins to their 100 sheets and 50 envelopes with
credit while Michigan trails with the school insignia and your
one meet ending in their favor. monogrammed initials printed
on the sheets and envelopes.
Illinois Wins From Your choice of either linen or
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Season Nears Close (Continued From Page Six)
placement after the Michigan
King Football's roster of unbeat-- touchdown but his effort was
en elevens was narrowed to nine blocked.
major teams as a result of last
week's games. The select class of To Johnny Gannon, a Cali-
those unbeaten and untied includes fora product, gao the honors
two teams from the East, three from for the feature play of the
the South, and four representing game, a brilliant 76ys
the Midwest. * ,~ yard dash
that placed the ball within
Notre Dame's remarkable feat in scoring distance of the Wolver-
toppling Army from the pinnacle! ine goal after the kickoff in the
by a 12-6 score was the principal second half.
upset of the day. Carnegie Tech
maintained its prominent posiuiona Catching Totzke's kick near mid
in eastern football by vanquish- a ohis 17 yard inerGannon
ing the hitherto u n d e fe a t e dfield on his 17 yard line, Gannon
Georgetown eleven, 13-0 tih-s cut across to the east side of the
making a bid for national honors. field and behind perfect interfer-
B a ki n g a b ih f orM a ionDo n o rsn .e n c e h e ra c e d to th e M ic h ig a n 2 0
Georgia Tech spoiled Vanderbilt's yr manter of ac owr the fil gi n l
Below the Mason-Dixon line 'yard mark, cut back toward the
Geori Teh s oldbn eb l' center of the field again and all
hopes by scoring a 19-7 victory over but crossed the Wolverine goal
the Commodores. Florida contin- before a . Golden-jersied tackler
lued to tread the unbeaten path finally grabbed him.
by disposing of Florida, 26-6, while
Tennessee had an easy time romp-
ing over Sewanee, 37-0.
Ingove eae e 7-0. 'tMiddy fans claim that Mid-
Iowa leaped to the peak in th shipman from Texas, Freddy
West by downing the unbeaten Beans by name, saved the day,
Ohio State aggregation by a 14-7 because it was he who broke
count. Nebraska established its through after Michigan scored
supremacy in the Missouri valley, her ..touchdown.. to.. block
overwhelming Oklahoma, 44-6. Squier's attempted goal from
Michigan. State offered University placement. -
of Detroit little difficulty, losing bye
a 39-0 score. Ohio Wesleyan con.-
tinued undefeated by downing Returning to the lineup after an
Syracuse, 6-0, in a bitter struggle. Tbsence of two weeks, Al Bovard
Utah's unblemished record was raised havoc with the Navy backs,
marred by Creighton, when the frequently breaking through the
Omaha school held the Mormons to Middie forward wall to throw the
7-7 tie. Southern California re- runner for a loss.,
mained undefeated by steam roll-
ering Arizona, 78-7, but the Trojans Saturday's tie game permits
were tied by California earlier in the Wolverines to claim the
the season. Princeton likewise is edge in their four game series
unbeaten, registering a 25-12 win with the-Sailors, and this mar-
over Washington and Lee, but the gin will stand at least for the
Tigers have two tie games to mar time being due to the fact that
their record. the home and home game con-
tract between the two schools
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re giig The Varsity seccnd . q; ~fE !4K us ps ~i~~i l'
team their regular Monday night
opposition, the first freshman team 1F U R S A N D:
was learning new plays and polish FUR COA-TS
ing up on old ones for their gan -
this afternoon with Coach Keen's
sophomores. The Sophs, too, w rA ,
taking advantage of the nightE' Relined and Repaired
practice to work up new formations.
with which to sink the Frosh.
Passing received the most atten- Exclusive
tion in the Sophomore practice,
with indications that the game this Workmanship
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