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TIHE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1923

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TWEN-HREE MIOFortyeight Men Receive Freshman Gridiron Nu
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Coach, Wieman Announces'
And Reserve Awards For'
Football Season

Varsity
1928

FIVE ELEVENS REMAIN UNBEATEN, Pf[U I I|LQ
UNTIED AFTER SEASON OF UPSETS UlUVLDIHT iNlS
Pta ichGeok#;i Tec Tcltaes eto scoreless ties. TIl;e Trojajns were:
Florida, sGeogia Tech, Tenmesscc' CR 0k 55-Ci'rons
Boston And U. of ,D: Are dleadlock.ed with California, while
Still Undefeated Utah played 0-) games withI
!(j___ Creighton and Brigham Young.
..r .. Among the live leaders, Boston Ior ia v-

CAMPUS ALL BIG TEN TEAMS
BUT INDIANS RET
f ritle As Badgers And hawks
Luse Final Gaines

RICH RECEIVES THIRD "M"

Twenty-four members of the 1928 Vollege was tie only one to see ac-
Michigan football squad will re- son marked by an unusual number ya wk, sm e o n-x
g ci tionlast week, smothering Con-
ceive the Varsity "M" for their Iof upsets, five teams remain at the necticut Aggies, 51-13. All of the
work during the season just closed, pinnacle of the football world, un- unbeaten teams have one or two
according to an announcement beaten and untied, from among(games remaining on their sched-
made by head Coach Elton E. Wie- tu es. Detroit will play the 1928
man yesterday afternoon, while the hundreds that began the quest finale on Thanksgiving when the
the aMa has been awarded to 23 for gridiron honors in Septembei Titans entertain the strong
members of the Varsity and Re- Boston college, Georgia Tech, Flor- Georgetown eleven. Boston college
serve squads. ida, Tennessee, and the University ends its season next Saturday with
The men receiving the major of Detroit are the elevens still pos.. Holy Cross as the opponent.
award are Captain George Rich' sensing unsullied records. Each of the southern teams hat
Marshall Boden, Alan Bovard' sutwo contests left on its grid card.
Francis Corwell, Raymond Cragin, Last Saturday saw the elimina- Georgia Tech must dispose of Au-
Alvin Dahlem, Leo Draveling, Joe tion of two from the race, when burn and Georgia to keep its slate
Gembis, Walter Geistert, Danny an inspired New York U. eleven clean. Tennessee and Florida have
Holmes, Stanley Hozer, Bruce Hul- led by the Violet streak, Ken relatively easy games this week,
bert, Bill Orwig, Howard Poe, Ed- Strong, vanquished Carnegie Tech playing Kentucky State and Wash-
win Poorman, Otto Pommerening, 127-13, whilehWittenberg'spelled ington and Lee respectively. How-
James Simrall, George Squier, Al disaster to Ohio Wesleyan's hopes ever a real battle is in prospect for
Steinke, Harvey Straub, John by' downing the Battling Bishops, Dec. 8, when Florida meets Ten-
Totzke, Joe Truskowski, Jack 7-6. nessee on the gridiron.
Wheeler, and Robert Williams. Three Teams Get First Defeats Southern California faces the
Stuadmen Receive AMA's Wisconsin, Princeton, and Nebra- acid test in Notre Dame this Satur -
Members of the Varsity and ska all passed from the ranks of day, while Utah winds up its
Junior Varsity squads who will re- the unbeaten. The Badgers, tied schedule against Utah Aggies. The
ceive aMa's for their work include by Purdue, went down before the Trojans handed Idaho a 28-7 de-
Carl Bauer, Milton Bergman, onslaught of Minnesota and feat last week.
Clarence Biedenweig, Frank Brown, Bronko Nagurski, 6-0. Navy hand-
William Brown, Clare Carter, ed Princeton its first defeat, 9-0,
Thomas Cooke, William Dansby, although the Tigers were previ-
Harold Hager, Douglas Kerr, Rich- ously tied by Virginia and Ohio I IV ELOPIsn s tMOREC
ard Lytle, Morris Hughes, Jennings State. Chris Cagle and his Cadet
McBride, Ernest McCoy, Robert teammates gave Nebraska its first
Morgan, Ray Parker, Robert Patton, beating of the season, 13-3. The E DIYEN NUMERALS
Marion Sherwood, Dominic Sullo, Cornhuskers were held to a score- i
Harsen Smith, Dallas Whittle, John less tie by Pittsburgh the week Ca
Widman, and Donald Wilson. fore. Coach Keen rewarded twelve of
Captain Rich is the only member . Southern California and Utah the members of the sophomore
of the squad who will be receiving have yet to suffer defeat, but both football squad with numerals at
his third "M" in football, while Bo- of these elevens have been held the close of their season. They are1
yard, Gembis, Poe, Pommerening, as follows: Stewart Anderson,
Poorman, Squier, and Truskowski ExpecLittle Change Howard Auer, Mason Bailey, W. C.
will obtain the coveted award for -. t. Benz, Ted Bovard, John Dobbin,
the second time. In Big Ten Grid Rules Thomas Justice, J. Alson, Wilson
Seven Lettermen To GraduatetMcCormick Karl Richardson, M.
Only seven of the letter winners (By Associated Press) Mcromick, Karl Richa.
this year will be lost to the squad' CHICAGO, Nov. 26.-Big Ten Sharron, and Paul Sukupehak.
by graduation. This number in- coaches, directors of athletics and . This squad, organized at the be-
cludes Captain Rich, Boden, Cra-1 faculty representatives are expect- ginng of the season to enable
gin, Pommerening, Squier, Totzke, I ed to make but few suggestions for men cut from the "B" squad and
and Williams. Rich and Pommer- !changes in athletic rules when ineligible players to keep in train-
ening are the only seniors who they convene for their annual ing and afford them a chance to
played in every game this season, business meeting here December 7 play football, did not have a very
although Cragin and Squier play- and 8. f suecessful season as far as win-
ed a portion of practically every Major John L. Griffith, commising games in the league of fresh-
contest. sioner of athletics, said reports but itdid pdeveloandphysicaledi.,
It is the first time that four of from every camp in the Confer- whi wid bevlable foriex
(Continued on Page Seven) ( ence indicated satisfaction. h year's Varsity and "B" teams.
yeart s Varsity and "B' teams

r'orIner A 'r1LesiiImInII iL4I
To Leatd Field Of
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15:3

psets Dope What has probably been the
xteen closest race for Big Ten title
4 ionors; is now finished and Illinois
is agauj the champion. Not one of
SECONDI jthe confernence elevens could fin-1
ish the year wit~hallunbeaten rec-

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WAINN -1 AUAN C*

Groehm, winner of last year's{
Freshman cross-country run, pro-
vided an upset in the dope for the
All-Campus race held yesterday, by
leading a field of 16 competitors to
the tape in the exceedingly fast
time of 15:34.
Lowmaster who had been select-
ed as probable winner because of
his victory in the inter-fraternity
race held last week, placed third,
while it was D'Anna who again
pushed the winner all the way to
the finish to finish in second posi-
tion.
Groeh inTakes Early Lead
Travelling at a steady pace ovei
the frozen ground out along tihe
Geddes heigh t~s course, Grochm
established an early lead, which he
managed to maintain to thli Inish
of the course.
D'Anna, whose last minute sprint
in the inter-fraternity race almost
carried him in the winner last
week, could not repeat his perform-
ance yesterday, but came in only
few steps behind Groehm afte
having cut down his own time fo
the course by nearly a minute.
Lowmaster Places Third
Lowmaster, who ran such a spec-
tacular race last week, could not
lower his time enough to finish
with the other two men, but led
the rest of the field by several
hundred yards at the finish.
These three men will receive the
numeral sweater awards given by
the Intramural department to the
men placing first, second, anc
third; while Ruskin and Nei'
Warner, who placed fourth and
fifth respectively, will receive the
medal awards.
Today the Intramural depart-
ment will hold the inter-class.
cross-country run, which -will start
at 4:30 in front of the University
Health Service and will be heldl
over the same course. Tomorrow
afternoon the All-Freshman run
will be conducted at the same hour
and place.

1rd, Wisconsin succumbing on the
final day before an onslaught from
Minnesota and Bronko Nagurski.
While the Illini are admitted!
Dossessors of the 1928 title, the
Dickinson rating which takes into
consideration the caliber of teams
layed awards the championship
,o Iowa which faced a somewhat
'arder schedule than did the Il-
inois eleven.
Iowa, 1llini Lose To Michigan
Regardless of whatever method
s recognized, Michigan can take
'iredit for having inflicted a de-
.cat on the champion. The Wol-
rerines spoiled a perfect record for
,he Indians in winning their first
conference game, 3 to 0, and closed
'he season with a 10 to 7 beating'
>f the Hawkeyes.
Illinois secured the title by
Trouncing Ohio State, 8 to 0, in a
;ame that marked the passing of
Wilce as head coach at the Buck-
ye school. Eight points were
scored during the first half when
Eby was tackled back of the Ohio
:oal for a safety early in the first
period and Frosty Peters sneakedl
across a touchdown in the second
quarter. The Illini fought off
Ohio's vain scoring efforts al-
though a 60-yard pass from Hol-
Iman to Alber came close to net-
ting a score for Ohio State late in

MEET DEFEAT FEMNPYA
RSMNiAIN CH AMPIONSH IP '"n
the gamne.r n
Wile the Indians from Chan
paign were thus annexing another"
championship, Minnesota's pon-
derous eleven was grinding down Thirty-ThreC Members Of Yearling
the titular hopes of Wisconsin. Squad, Fifteen Physical
Rebholz fumbled on the Cardinal Eds Get Numerals
18-yard line and the Gophers re-
covered. Hovde and Nagurski VhiAkUN QUDSRON(
ploughed through the Wisconsin SQUAD
line with the latter going over for -
the lone score that eliminated the Coming close on the heels of the
Badgers from the title. regular Michigan football season
Pest Welch led Purdue to a vic- was the awarding by Coach Fisher
tory over Indiana, 14 to 0. The I and Coach Courtwright of numer-
elusive Boilermaker back inter- als to the members of the fresh-
cepted a Hoosier pass and ran 65 man football squads who were
yards for the first touchdown and deemed worthy to wear this em-
went over for the second marker blem of their powers on the grid-
only a few minutes after the sec- iron. 'Thirty-three men on the reg-
ond half began. The great Marsters ular yearling squad were given
and a Dartmouth team found the freshman numerals while fifteen
Wildcats of. Northwestern not im- regulars on the physical ed team
properly named and were soundly were also awarded yearling sweat-
trounced, 27 to 6. ers.
The Conference race revealed argeYearling Squad Rewarded
nine strong teams, probably as The list of numeral winners on
good a collection of football the freshman squad are as fol-
elevens as could be found any- lows: Jack Anderson, Albert Ber-
where in the country. Chicago kowitz, David Brocl~meicr, Mike
proved to be the weakest entrant
in the Big Ten, winning only one Dardas, Wesley Dierbeiger, Ira
game out of eight. Grinnel, Bill Hewitt, Javis Hicks,
Harold Hodgson, Edward Hayden,

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USE COMPRESSED 0,AIR,
IN TESTINGE RINK
After the lon'g delay in the com-
pletion of the new artificial ice
rink in the Coliseum due to the)
tardy arrival of the proper motor
for the ice machine, it has been
decided to hasten the work by

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Zupphe, Title Winning testing the plant with compressed1
Teat'I Fetd F air in order that the previous an-
y nouncement of the opening of the
rink on Dec, 1 will not have to be
(By Associated1 ,es changed.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 26.-This All of the other work on the
was another big day in the life of building has been finished and
he "flying Dutchman," Bob Zup- further preparations for the open-
pke, and his Illinois football team. further prerais fo the en-
ing a:wait the result of the test now
Champions of the Big Ten for being given the hundreds of joints
Jhe second straight year, they were in the iron pipes placed at three
eted by Champaign and Urbana,|inch intervals over the entire floor;
the, faculty and student body. of the .rink. After the c6mpletion
Tonight the annual football ban- of the test a shallow layer of sand
quet, during which letters were to will be deposited over the pipes,
be awarded and a captain for 1929 prior to a thorough sprinkling 1
chosen, was to be held. 1 with water.1

GIordon Johnson, William Jones, A.
Kamniski, Wilke Langen, William
Loenneke, Oscar Lundin, Edward
McCormack, M. Mosser, Maynard
Morrison, Wallace Miller, 0. Parker,
Raymond Priest, James Quinn,.Al-
bert Rassminson, Gerald Ricketts,
Thomas Roach, Jay Sikkenga, Tom
Samuels, Walter Stein, L. Town-
send, James Jones, P. M. Waters,
and Tifterist Kampman.
The fifteen freshmen on the
physical education squad under
Coach Courtwright who received
freshman numerals in this depart-
ment are as follows: . Bradford,
Robert Chatterton, Charles Cog-
gins, Norman Daniels, F. Hazen, J.
Krolezyk, Harold Lindsay, Edward
Maksimowiez, George Mason, Irv-
ing Menzel, George Sarkozy, Carl
Simmons, Ivan Smith, and Claude
Stoll.
Freshimen Have Good Season
This year's freshman squad was
generally considered to be one of
the best in recent years, having a
heavy, strong line and a well bal-
anced backfield with a variety of
line buckers and open field run-
ners.

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