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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY'"

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 192~

SNOWFALL DRIVES

VARSITY INTO

YOST

FIELD'

HOUSE

WIEMAN POINTS MEN1
FUR INADING HAWK
Freshman Team Called To. Show
Varsity Varied Attack
Used By Iowa
GEMBIS OUT IN UNIFORM
With a blanket of snow covering
Ferry field, Michigan's Varsityi
grid team was forced to confine
yesterday's practice session to a
light workout in Yost field house.
Joe Gembis was back in uniform as1
the players were given instruction
in breaking up Iowa plays. The big
fullback, although somewhat light-
er, gave no evidence of the afflic-
tion that has kept him out of the.
last two games.
Freshmen Show Iowa Plays.
A freshman eleven under the di-
rection of Coach JackyBlott,
demonstrated, the Iowa. plays for
the benefit of the Varsity squad.
Blott scouted the Hawkeyes last
week when they lost to Wisconsin.
In the dummy scrimmage, which
was necessitated by the narrow
confines of the field house, Mor-
rison of the freshmen, who im-
personated Mayes McClain, came
in for particular scrutiny. The
yearlings made some nice gains on,
double passes, with "McClain"
crashing the line through the holes
prepared for him.
The freshman backs who
assumed, the roles of Pape and
Glassgow also were given some at-r
tention. "Pape," the speed mer-
chant of the Hawkeye backfield,
cut through tackle. for considerable E
yardage. The Wolverines will need
further practice in breaking up
the Iowa formations in order to
develop an adequate defensive.
Cappon Back On Duty
Coach Cappon was back on duty
after several weeks' forced leave
due to an infection. The squad
came through the Michigan State
game without any injuries, a con-
dition in contrast to several years
back, when the Spartan game
usually took a large toll from the
Wolverine squad annually.
In today's drill the Varsity lined
up with Draveling and Truskowski
at the ends, Pommerening and
Squier at the -tackles, Steinke and
Poe at the guards, and Bovard at
center. The backfield was com-,

Friedman's Passing
Humbles Yankees In
Pro-Circuit Contest
Detroit's, entry in the profession-
al football league, the Wolverines;
chalked up their fourth win of the
season and their second victory:
over C. C. Pyle's New York Yankees
Sunday in a tilt that was featured!
throughout by the deadly accuracy;
of Benny Friedman's right arm and
the sparkling play of Leonard Sed-
brook, former Phillips University
halfback, 13-0.
Friedman's Passes Successful
Michigan's former all-American
quarterback figured prominently inI
both of the marches that netted
touchdowns for Detroit. In the ini-
tial quarter Friedman completed
successive passes to Feather and
Sedbrook, the latter running 25,
yards for a touchdown. Benny,
kicked goal.
' The third. period saw the versa-
tihe Wolverine quarterback toss the
oval into the arms of the fleet
Sedbrook for a gain of 25 yards.
Then Friedman treated the specta-
tors to a remarkable exhibition of
line plunging, carrying the ball off-
tackle for gains of three, four and
six yards to the Yankee three yard
line and. Feather carried it over for'
a touchdown.
Yankee's Attack FailsI
In the last quarter the New York
team attempted a barrage of passes
in their effort to score but Sed-
brook, Feather and Wiberg man- !
aged to knopk down or intercept!
most of them. The. Yankees dis-
played. a pair. of flashy ends in;
Grube ande Flaherty and a power-
ful line bucker in Red Smith, Notre
Dame's former all-American.
Bo Molenda, another former
Wolverine, did not have an oppor-!
tunity to prove his worth, but'
Ernie Vick, who recently signed
with Friedman's team, was insert- #
ed in the closing minutes of the
game at left guard.
Friedman To Meet Baer
The Wolverine's next tilt will be 1
with Ray Baer's Dayton Triangles.
In addition to the former Michigan
tackle, the invading lineup for the
Thanksgiving day tilt will include
Jack Kiefer, former Wolverine and
Brown University star, and Earl
Britton, great blocking fullback
who starred with Grange at Il-
linois.

Veteran Returns

o'Wolverine Harriers
G R D BI T S Will EnterBigTen'
Sy o rr i s 1 u 1Race Next Saturday
With an angry flock of Hawks ouchdown which tied the score at. Cross country work for the year!
awaiting their chance tonswoop1 6-an.. will be brought to a conclusion New
eastward from Iowa City into the next Saturday when the Wolverine
Michigan stadium for the final And against State still an- harriers engage in the Conference
contest of the 1928 season, the Wol- o hcr player served in the scor- meet at Madison. Coach Steve Far-
verines are being put into thei Pg capacity. When Truskow- 0- -t
best fighting trim to meet the com- sk's Tg pass to Wheeler, and TBULLETIN
ing invasion. a subsequent lateral pass to the j Captain Wuerful will be un-

COISUM NERLS
D0,OF CONSTRUCTION
Artificial Ice Skating Rink To
Be Opened For Public Use
About Dec. 1st
BN MILES OF PIPE LAID

Despite the fact that they
have won only two and tied
one of the seven games played
thus far, the Maize and Blue!
gridmen have a chance to rise
to the heights as they did three
weeks ago by dimming the title
hopes of a strong team.
On Nov. 3 the Zuppke-coached !
tribe of Indians swarmed into the
stadium intent on keeping their;
record clean, but the Wolverines
"killed a giant" by handing the in-
vaders a 3-0 beating.
To repeat the act against the
Hawkeyes, however, is bound
to be an infinitely more diffi-
cult task, in view of their de-
feat at the hands of the Wis-
consin Badgers last Saturday
at Iowa City.
Wisconsin upset predictions Sat-
urday and with Lusby playing the
hero role with a 59 yard dash for

same individual placed the ball
in srcoring position, Morrie
!uhes was called from.. the
ben.h and piace kicked, the
W.Iverines to their second 3-0
victery in three weeks.
Thn Wolverines defense func-
j1ned well against the Spartans
eoiding them to a total. of 74 yards
by rushing. Forward passes and
penalties accounted for most of the.
visitors first downs, only two com-
ing as the results of straight foot-
ball.
Hughes turned in a nice ex-
hibition of speed in the third
quarter, when he kicked off to
ITate and then got down under
the kick before the rest of his
mates to make the tackle. He
also played a strong game de-
feiisively.
Simnrall and Grove experienced
unusual difficulty in getting started.
on their ball carrying jaunts
around the ends. The Wolverine

'Joe' Gembis
who is now off sick list, and who
is expected to return to take up
his duties at the fullback position,
when the Wolverines clash with theI
I Iawkeyes here next Saturday. 'Joe'l
has been out of the lineups the
last two Saturdays, but has now
recovered sufficiently to warrant,

able to compete in the annual
Conference cross-country meet j
I at Madison Saturday, accord-
ing to an announcement made
I late last night by Coach Step- I
I hen A. Farrell. Wuerful's badI
I knee, which has troubled him
I for the last month, has grown
I worse and doctors have order-
I ed a three weeks layoff from
I track work of any description,
I for the Wolverine star.
0 0
rell has announced that the squad:
which will compete will consist of
the following men, Captain Wuer-
fel, Monroe, Austin, Benson, Jes-
son, Grunow, and Aubrey.
Monroe Runs Close Race
These men were the first seven
Wolverines to finish against the
State team last Saturday. Monroe
staged a close race with Brown, the
Spartan star, but was outdistanced
at the finish and took second
place. Wuerful who has been
showing up well this year surprised
followers of the team by finishing
up sixth.
Iowa seems to have the best
cross country team in the Big Ten
circuit at least on paper and is
favored to annex the championship
meet in, the Badger stronghold.
The Hawkeyes hold victories over
Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota,
whereas Wisconsin has downed
Michigan and Ohio State has ove, -
powered Illinois.
Snow Balts Outside Work
The Michigan squad will leave
next Thursday accompanied by.
(Continued on Page Seven)

According to Fieling H. Yost,c i-
rector of inter-collegiate athletics,
the rebuilt Coliseum will be ready
for faculty and student ice skaters
by Dec. 1. Director Yost made
this announcement yesterday, after
a careful survey of the plans and
the progress of the contractors.
The Coliseum, when it is complet-
ed, will be supplied with ice for
skating by the most modern ice
making plant that it is possible to
E construct. More than ten miles of
galvanized pipe have been installed
in the freezing system which will be
able to produce ice at all times, 24
hours a day, for six or more months
each year.
The inside of the Coliseum has
been practically rebuilt with new
plaster and paint, a complete new
heating plant, nore than 2,000 seats
for spectators, and an insulating
material which has been built into
the end walls and roof will prevent
heat from coming into the building
on warmer days.
Land surrounding the Coliseum
has been graded and sodded, with
tennis courts constructed on the re-
maining property belonging to the
athletic association.
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his playing in this

week's battle.

WOLVERINdE NATATORS'
WORKING IN NEW POOL!

a touchdown, completely stemmed Jost 23 yards in 7 tries, while the
the famed running attack of the Spartan back is credited with a.
Ingwersen grid machine. iloss of 7 yards in 6 attempts.

Mayes McLain, Iowa's giant
Indian fullback proved to be

. I the "goat" of Wisconsin's see-
Matt Mann, Varsity swimming and counter, when he fumbed
coach, after many delays and post- the ball inattempting to punt
ponements is now established in his from behind his own goal line.
new pool in the Intramural Sports -
building, where the Wolverine ( It is interesting to note that in
natators are holding their daily the past three games, a different
workouts. fullback has accounted for thel
Coach Mann wishes to clear up a points scored by the Michigan
matter in which he thinks there team. In the Navy and the Michi-
is some misunderstanding. Several gan State games this player has
students have asked him if the new been a previously untested meiber
pool was for the use of the student of the squad.
body. This pool is open to every
student and its purpose is to carry Against Illinois, it was Joe
out the "Athletics for all" slogan Gembis who booted the Wol-
of the Intramural department. verines to victory with a goal
When the Varsity swimming team from placement. Then he was
needs the pool for practice, the stricken ill with appendicitis
students are requested to leave it, [ before the team left for Balti-
but as soon as the session is over, more.
the pool is open again.
With over 100 men out for the Stanley Hozer turned in a great
Varsity and Freshman swimming exhibition of line plunging in the
teams, Coach Mann has a wealth third quarter of the Navy game
(Continued on Page Seven) and finally registered the Michigan

In Grove, Kipke flashed a
punter who promises to become
a worthy pupil of himself.
Throughout the second half
the Green and White back con-
sistently out-booted all three of'
the Wolverine kickers, averag-
ing 39 yards for the afternoon.
In addition to his ability in tos-
(Continued on Page Seven)

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