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PfAIr PITT PANTHERS WILLI
VERI E LDUFWIE STRESS Bc(N AND "a SARN DY
~ji II~NI~OPEN SEAS ON TODAY
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CHAR ING AS SEASON OPENER DRAWS NEAR F"" PE Se
PITTSBURGH, Pa., Sept. 29.--
mage Today will: Have Much - Final arrangements are nearing3
do With Opening Line-ups BASEBALL SCORES completion for the. opening Pittl
For Next Saturday
Fo AuPanther tussle with Thiel College1
IIAmerican League ( in the Pittsburgh stadium this Sat-
XS RECEIVE PUNTS.I: .New York .401 300 02 1-1 11 2 urday.
Detroit .. . .100 000 203- 6 9 40 Although the initial game for the
ms representing the two divi- Pipgrass and Bengough; Gib- i Panther gridders has always been
of the Varsity football squad son and Hargraves. regarded as a warift-up tilt, Coach
Leet in the third scrimmage )Wash.....100100 010-3 7 3 Sutherland expects a relative hard
year at 4:00 o'clock this aft- St. Louis...200 00101x-4 8 0 jtest from Coach Holleran and his
1 on the Ferry field gridiron. Braxton and Ruel; Crowder Sutherland is still in doubt con-
ractice tilt will probably, be and Manion. cerning his starting lineup. Ray
portant factor in the selec- IjI Montgomery, Wheeling, W. Va., boy,
f the teams that will face I National League may be moved over to the center
WesleyCan and Mount Union hicago .k . .01020 003-7 -13 0 position, and Charles Tulley, also
Saturday i:the ninYrk.. 2 2-14 of Wheeling, brought up from the j
ay in e opening Bush and Hartnett; Benton j second team to fill Montgomery's1
I Hogan. I place at left tackle. Coach Suther-
erday's drill for the group of~( Boston ......200 100 000 000 000 ( land will not announce his varsity
vorking on Ferry field under - 3 11 2,1 eleven until game time Saturday.
ipervision of Coaches Yost',St. Louis 000 002 001 000 007
n, Cappon and Veenker con- Lou ' 0 TULANE UNIVERSITY. - Mem-
largely'of a long practice in: I -10 10 1 I bers of the Aero club plan to form
ig and charging. Capponand.| Alexander and Wilson; R. a party to welcome Ruth Elder on
er instructed the ends and Smith and Spohrer. I the occasion of her visit to New
of the backs in the art of jOrleans this week.

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SVAN WIE MEETS
TARS. HURD IN SEMI -
FOREL FINALS AT HOT SPRINGS
IHOT SPRINGS, Va., Sept. 29,-

Bergelin, Ward, Ahlstrom Among
Entries Who Will Make Bids
For Championship

Nineteen years ago Mrs. Dorothy
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was a golf celebrity, champion of
TO PLAY AT WASHETENAW the United States, Great Britain3
and Canada. Miss Virginia Van
Entries in the annual all-campus Wie, of Chicago, was waiting to
golf tourney will begin play next, celebrate her first birthday, still
Tuesday over the Washtenaw some six months distant.
course in an effort to qualify for
the university championship flight.!Ta h hlaepi oa
Indications arethat the field will three times American champion,
be one of the strongest ever to found the way to her fourth title
compete in the tournament. blocked in the semi-final round
Johnny Bergelin, captain of the by Miss Van Wie. The veteran
Varsity golf team, Dave Ward, still possessed her remarkable vi-I
former Michigan amateur cham- tality and skill, while Miss Vanl
pion, and Art Ahlstrom, 1928 letter- Wie plays a game well worthy of
man, will be among the contest- an American champion.
ants. Goodwin, Hobart, and Liv- Glenna Collett, the Providence
ingston all should make serious girl hits a golf ball like a man and
bids for the title. Among the fresh- putts with a delicate touch, op-
men Lenfesting, Pruyn, Calhoun, posed Mrs. George H. Stetson, of
and Whyte appear to have the best Philadelphia, in the lower bracket.
oppotrunity to share the honors. Miss Collett is seeking her third!
Three days, beginning Tuesday, title, while Mrs. Stetson would
will be allowed the contestants to hold the honor for a second time
qualify. The 16 low scores for 36 should she win the championship.
holes will compete in the cham-
pionship flight. The qualifiers will
then engage in match play over intramuralDepartme
18 holes until the finals are re-
ceived. The two finalists will then SixS
meet in a 36-hole match for the
title.
To the winner will go a tiophy With the beginning of the new
presented by the Athletic associa-!year the intramural department is
tion. Addison Connor, the win- launching a program which is
per last fall, will not defend his destined to be crowded with activi-
title, due to graduation. Two other ties as' never before in its history.
golf veterans were lost in June with The completition of the new In-
the department of Al Vyse and tramural building will serve to
Ralph Cole. bring about the realization of the
The Washtenaw layout is consid- department motto "every man in
ered one of the best courses iq athletics."
Michigan. Its great length, over Notices have been sent to the
6,700 yards, makes the par 72 a:;fraternities announcing the sports
difficult figure to achieve. The in which competition will be held
Michigan amateur championship this year. Speedball will be the
was held over the course in 1927. 1 first sport to be run off on the fall I

uoci ng ouL icomingtackles,
rhile Wieman showed his linesmen-
ow to charge in and stop the
unner.
In thle meantime, Coach Yost,
as working with his corps of
tickers at the other end of the
eld. Bator, Holmes, Rich, Straub,
nd- Simerall all- took,. turns at.
unting, while Straub also concen-
ated on receiving punts.
Draveling Turns Punter
During the afternoon's workout
oach Yost noticed that Leo
raveling, end candidate who has
een out of the heavy work for the
ast two weeks with an injured
houlder, was getting off some long
unts. After a few instructions
ncerning his form in kicking,
ravelingtook a regular turn with
le other kickers and sent a num-
er of 50-yard punts spiraling
:wn. the field.
Signal practice closed the day's
orkout with Draveling and Corn-
all, ends; Cragin and Williams,
ickles; Pommerening and Steinke,
iards; Brown, center; Straub,
uarter; Rich and Bator, halves;
nd Gembis, full, comprising one
am. Truskowski and Orwig,
ids; Poorman and Kubicek,
ckles; Gitman and Poe, guards;
ovard, center; Holmes at quarter;
very and Dansby at halves, and
ozer, full, formed the other out-
The Red: squad concentrated its
forts on blocking and; tackling,
id- the practice closed with a
rimmage near the goal lines.

Big Ten Coaches Drop Fundamentals.
To Practice On Advance Formations

With Big Ten football squads
nearing the completion of their
second week of practice, most of.
the Conference grid mentors have
relegated- drills on fundamentals
and tackling and blocking to the
background to make room for
scrimmages, signals practice, and
long workouts on forward passing
formations.
Pat Page, entering upon his third
year at Indiana, seems just about
set to spring a real surprise with
19 of his 25 lettermen returning for
service. "Rags" Mathews, a veter-
an guard who was accorded high
honors at the close of the 1927
season, will be back directing his
team's defense, and should be
among the best linemen in the
Cenference. The Hoosier mentor's
most serious difficulty seems to be
picking two teams to meet Wabash
and Indiana State in the double-
header at Bloomington today.
At least three coaches have de-
voted two or more practice sessions
to the perfection of an aerial at-
tack. Coach Spears sent the Gop-
her gridmen through two long
drills in forward passing offense
and defense, and uncovered at least
several good prospects. Norgaard,
sophomore end, appeared the class

of the receivers, snaring several
long tossed for good gains against
Varsity, while Hovde, veteran quar-
ter, ntercepted a number of passes
for long runs. With Westphal and
Kirk still ineligible, the present
Minnesota first string backfield
consists of Nazurki at fullback,
Brockemeyer and Burdick at the
halves.and Hovde calling signals.
Coach Phelan of Purdue also un-
covered a star pass receiver in the
person of Bill Woerner diminutive
end, at the same time temporarily
losing Leon Hutton, veteran Purdue
wingman, who is in the hospital
with an infected foot. The first
team held a long signal practice on
plays to be used against DePauw in
the opening game a week from to-
day.
The Wildcats have been going
through long drills . under Coach
Hanley in an effort to bolster last
year's weak aerial: attack and to
find a mate for Tommy Verdell,
veteran end. Four sophomores,
Oliphant, Egbert, Baker, and
Woodworth appear the most likely
candidates for the other wing po-
sition, though there is a possibility
that Rut Walters, basketball and
track star, who has been showing
well at one of the flanks, may add
his speed to the Purple line.

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nt Will Include
rogramFor This Fall
program. After that will come
dual swimming, handball, cross
country, wrestling and water polo.
All entries must be made before
October 1.
The intramural department is
also conducting the tests for can-
didates for Sigma Delta Psi, na-
tional honorary athletic fraternity!'
These tests ,will be held on the
track Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday afternoons from 4 to 5:30,
under the direction of Claude
Snarey. Thirty-two Michigan men
have passed the requirements for
this fraternity.

CHICAGO HOPES DASHED
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yield. The Hugmen regained the
lead and broke the back of the
Athletic drive by taking three out
of four to run their season record
against hte challenge to, sixteen
victories and only 6 defeats.
Whlie the Yankees were clinch-
ing the flag by trouncing Detroit
11 to 6, the Giants sank to two
full games behind the Cardinals in
the National circuit. The ornery
Cubs were responsible since they
upset New York 7 to 5 while the'
St. Louis club was going, through
a 15-inning struggle with the lowly
Braves.
Trottled effectively for 14 long
innings, the Cardinal war clubs
broke loose with a roar in the last
evertime frame and before the
bodies of the Braves team were re-
covered the league leaders had tal-
lied seven runs to win the long
game, 10 to 3. The veteran Alex-
ander hurled for the onrushing
Cards and was nicked for 11 safe-
ties, one more than the victors ac-
cumulated off Smith, the Boston
moundsman.
While not eliminated from the
race, the chances of the Giants
pulling out ahead are now slight.
Bush proved to be an obstacle to
the New York clubbers while the
ace of the Giants staff, Benton,
was not good enough to stop the
Cubs.
Betty B. Pinkston of Detroit, win-
ner of the high diving contest at
the Amsterdam Olympiad, has re-
turned to the United States with
the champion American team.

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