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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1928

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VARSITY SEASON CLOSES

I T THRILLING COME BACK

SCHEDULE MARKED BY
HARD FOUGHT GAMES

Basketball Squad Prepared For Michigan State Game

IOWA GRID STARSI o rriTVr(ii iIT ATWOLVERINE HARRIERS onn inAn nr 1IT,

5S WIN'.

season Officially Over After
Bust Given Tonight By
Detroit Aluixinae

Grid

VARSITY UPSETS DOPE
While the 1928 ' Michigan grid
team will not officially disband un-
til after the annual Grid Bust
which will be tendered the Varsity
squad and coaches Saturday night
at the Hotel Statler in Detroit, the
spectacular Iowa game last Satur-
day rang down the curtain on
what has been. one of the most in-
teresting and unusual, although
not the most profitable seasons ex-
perienced by a Wolverine eleven in
some time.I
Unprofitable both from the per-
centage and scoring standpoints,
the 1928 season has been featured
by an unusual number of hard-
fought and well played games. It
has witnessed the climb of an ad-
mittedly 'green' team imbued with
remarkable fighting qualities from
the very bottom of the heap to a
place that commands the respect
of every other school in the Big
Ten.
Illini Fall First
The Wolverines 'killed their first
giant' on Nov. 3, when the un-
beaten Illini invaded the new sta-
dium for the first time and were
repulsed after a desperate battle,
3-0. This was the first time that
the Zuppkemen had been defeated
in two years and it remains the
only reverse sustained by the pres-
ent champions during 1928. I
Another high-light of the season
just closed was the colorful Navy
contest in which Michigan gave
another remarkable exhibition of
her fighting qualities by coming
back in the second half to register
a touchdown after an uninterrupt.
ed march .of ,miore, than 60 yards
down the field to knot the score
at 6-all and thus tie the con-
querors of Penn, and the team that
later handed the powerful Prince-
ton eleven its only setback of the
year.
Iowa Game Upset
But perhaps the greatest
achievement of the 1928 aggrega-
tion was the performance that
closed the season, the defeat of the!
Iowa team which was in line to
win the Cnference title until two'
weeks before the hotly contested'
title race ended.
Considering the facts that the
Conference football teams as a
whole have been much strongerI.
this year year than usual, as is at-
tested by the complexity of the
championship race, and that the
coaching staff was forced to de-
velop an eleven from practically
unexperienced material, the show-
ing 'of the Wolverines has been
commendable indeed.3
Three Regulars At Start 1
With only three 1927 regulars in
the lineup, the Wolves opened the
season with the veteran Ohio Wes-
leyan team after three weeks of
preliminary drill and were defeated
57-7' Director Fielding H. Yost
termed thecBattling Bishops the
mostformidable opponent a Mich-
igan team had ever encountered
in an opener. The Ohioans went
through a very difficult schedule
including Syracuse without a de-
feat until last week when they lost
a 7-6 decision to Wittenberg. 3
Pat Page brought the strongest
combination that Indiana has
boasted in recent years to Ann
Arbor for the first Conference tilt
and the Hoosiers annexed a 6-01
victory over the Wolverines in a
bitterly contested battle.
Wisconsin Defeats Wolves
Wisconsin, a title contender un-
til the final game of the year with
Minnesota, downed Michigan for
the first time in over a score of
years in the closing minute of an
impressive contest to hand the
Wolves their fourth successive de-
feat and thereby establish a record
for straight losses.
The Badgers were the last team

to win at Michigan's expense, how-
ever, and the lasiz four games saw
(Continued on Page Seven)

MAKE FASTSHIFT tYIJ1. I Itit UUI I
TO BASKETBALL FIRST HOCKEY SSION
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 27.-Quick
transfer from the football gridiron --
to the basketball court was accom- Seven Veterans As Well As Men Of
plished by six University of Iowa Known Ability Report To
athletes who will report for cage, Coach Lowrey
drill Monday afternoon.
Some forty-eight hours after the YEARLINGS MAY DE WEAKN
gun shot ended the Iowa-Michigan I
football game, those half dozen
men remodeled their tactics to con- Coach Lowrey outlined the open-I
form to basketball ethics. Coach ing program of the hockey season;
Sam Barry has never before had as to the seventy candidates for thy
many football men on his court varsity and freshmen hockey,
squad. teams at the first meeting of the
Mike Farroh, Michigan City, Ind., hckey squad in the Union Monday
and Lawrence Reedquist, Ottumwa, g. Of the seventy players at
are the two football first team men the meeting only about twelve
who will bid for basketball fame. we tryouts for the freshmen
Farroh, a 180-pounder, starred as a squads.
blocking halfback on the Hawkeye While this seems, to point to a
eleven, and in basketball is a fast weak yearlng team, it also gives
guard. Reedquist, the sophomore an indication of the potential
right end, also is a guard of skill. strength of the Varsity, as com-
From kicking goals after touch- pared to the turnout last year
down, Irving Nelson, Omaha, Neb., when a little more than half this
will shift to making field goals number appeared for early prac-
from the basketball floor. Nelson tice. The quantity and quality of
is one of the finest sophomore for- material available for the hockey
ward prospects. Two other foot- team makes it appear that this
ball men who will play forward year's team should be one of the
this winter are Paul Cummins, best in the history of Michigan.
Cedar Rapids, member of the un- Seven Veterans Back
beaten reserve football squad; and Seven veterans returning from
George Rogge, Ida Grove, crack de- last year will give the squad valu-
fensive end on the "B" team. able experience as well as furnish-
Seward C. Leeka, Independence, ing considerable power and drive.
Mo., will press Captain Francis In addition to these there are sev-
Wilcox for the regular center posi- eral new men reporting this season
tion. Leeka played halfback on the whose known ability has given
reserve team. Coach Lowrey cause to be well sat-
The Hawkeye basketball team, sified with the turnout at the first
which has been drilling since Nov. meeting.
13, will open its season against The chief worry of Coach Lowrey
South Dakota on the Iowa floor, was dispelled when it was found
Dec. 8. that there were four goal tenders
among the candidates. Due to
losses last year the hockey horizon
SENIOR LITS DEFEAT at Michigan was left barren of goal
JUNIOR ENGINEERS TO tenders and as far as was known
WTnone were about to appear, but
WIN SPEEDBALL TITL from these four candidates Coach
Lowrey hopes to develope at least
The Inter-class speedball cham- one capable player.
pionship rests this year with the Freshman Squad Small
Senior literary class by virtue of Little is known as to the ability
their 3-1 win over the Junior en- of the freshmen reporting for the
gineering class. yearling squad and nothing can be
The champions, whose personel definitely said until the candidates
was composed of speedball stars are given a chance to show their
from Sigma Alpha Mu and Theta wares in the ice after the opening
Chi fraternities, played a first class of the Coliseum next week.
brand of ball throughout the entire HQckey practice will begin on the
tournament, climaxing their efforts night after theaformal opening of
with a well deserved win over the new rink at the Coliseum ac-
the Engineers. cording to Coach Lowrey. As far as
In the consolation flight, the is known now the opening will take
Sophomore literary class won a place not earlier than next Mon-
close game from the Freshmen day because of delays in the test-
Lits, giving them third place rating ing of the miles of pipe in the
in the struggle. plant and possible readjustments
This was the first season that the which may have to be made fol-
Intramural department has seen lowing the test.
fit to conduct this tournament by
a straight elimination' process. The SOUTH BEND.-Ten games, the
results this year however have majority of them on foreign grid-
proved successful enough to in- irons, have been arranged for
dicate that the system will be used Knute Rockne's Notre Dame team
next year also. next fall.

MISTAKEIN GOUNTING
' -
Through an error in the scoring,
Michigan was only given a tie for
fourth place in the Big Ten cross D'Anna Wins First And Ruskin
country meet, at Madison last Takes Second To Give Class
Saturday, whereas the Wolverines Of '31 Lowest Total
actually placed third behind In--
diana and Ohio State. Benson, the fPfthESS RT W N
fifth Michigan man to finish, who
took twenty-sixth place, was omit-
ted from the scoring, Aubrey in After having been kicked around
forty-first position being counted for a year or so as the underdogs
as the last Wolverine entry. of the campus, the Sophomore Lits
The feat of finishing ahead of pulled a surprise yesterday and
such strong teams as Iowa, Wiscon- crashed into the winning column,
sin, and':Illinois gives the 1928 when D'Anna, their entry in the
Michigan team rank among the Inter-class cross-country meet,
best ever turned out by Coach Far-- completed the three mile course in
rell. Despite the loss of their 16:02 ehead of the rest of the:
captain, Ted Wuerfel, who was un- field.
able to compete due to an injured D'Anna, who was running his
knee, the Wolverines came through second race in as many days, took
to score 98 points for third place. the lead from the start and crossedj
Randolph Monroe ran a good the finish line some 16 minutes
race to finish among the leaders in later with no one having made a
fifth position. Austin captured serious bid for his place during the
fifteenth place, while Jesson was entire race.
seventeenth, Grunow twenty- Ruskin Takes Second
fourth, and Benson twenty-sixth. Ruskin also '31 Lit, who finished
Dave Abbott, Illini star, set a fourth in the All-Campus race on
new record for the five-mile Monday, came in second yesterday
course, 26 minutes and 42 seconds, giving the sophomores the lowest,
in spite of the cold weather. Mar- total of points and also the firstf
tin of Purdue, Fields of Indiana win they have had since they en-
and Anderson of Minnesota were tered the University and became
the other runners to precede Mon- known as the class of '31 Lit.
roe across the finish line. With the Intramural depart-
Michigan scored 98 points in ment's method of scoring, D'Anna's
gaining third place. Indiana an- winning alone would not have
nexed the title, while Ohio State brought victory to his class in the
was second with a total of 71. The event, but necessitated Ruskin's,
Wisconsin harriers, who defeated who was the only other entry from
the Wolverines in a dual meet, the class, finishing somewhere near
were fourth at 110 points, while the head of the list, in order to in-
Iowa, one of the favorites, took sure victory for their class.
fifth with 112 points. '31 Architecture's Second

HELDTO FOURT IBY Ur I U1IUiL LI I

FOURTH ANNUAL |AT
BADGER COACH .u
CLINIC TO MEETSATE INIRST TILT
(Special ToThe Daily)
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 27.-The
fourth annual Coaching Clinic of Veenkcr Directs Tentative Varsity
the University of Wisconsin will be1 Five In Ing Scrimmage
held here on Friday and Saturday,' Against Reserves
Dec. 14 and 15. These dates were
announced today by Fred Evans of TOUGItI GAMES SC EDULED
the Badger athletic department
who is in charge of the meeting. With Michigan's first encounter
Three years ago the plan was of the season, a tilt with the ex-
conceived, whereby Wisconsin en- I perienced Michigan State team, less
tertained all of the high school and I than ten days away, Coach Veen-
'minor college coaches of the state ker sent a tentative Varsity five
at a w e e k - e n d convocation. through a long scrimmage yester-
Speeches and demonstrations were day afternoon, eight men seeing
given by individuals on the athletic action on the first team during the
staff, with no charge to those phys- two twenty-minute halves.
ical education directors and Coach Veenker, withW one of the
coaches attending. stiffest cards ever scheduled for a

Each year the Clinic has grown
in popularity until at the 1927 ses-
sion a record attendance of 131 was
realized. Evans anticipates a great-
er turnout next month, however,
and plans are being made to take
care of 400 men at the Friday night
supper and round-table discussion.
Glenn Thistlethwaite's lecture on
"Team Play and Organization" will I
be one of the features, coming on
the heels of the Badgers' success-
ful football season. George Little
will speak on "Intramural Ath-
letics as an Aid to Better Athletic
Teams," a subject upon which he
is exceptionally well versed.
The guests will witness the Wis-
consin varsity cage team in scrim-I
mage, followed by a basketball dis-
cussion by the well-known short-
pass coach, Dr. Walter E. Meanwell.
Coaches Jones, Lowman and Stein-
auer are scheduled to outline-
phases of their particular sports;
track, baseball and swimming.
Art Masley will have as his sub-1
ject, "Corrective Gymnastics in the
High Schools," while Robt. Nohr
will explain the ideal physical edu-
cation system for the smaller'
school. The other speakers will be
L. B. Allison, Tom Lieb and Bill
Fallon, who will discuss football
technique and training methods.
Subscribe for the Michiganensian
now. It costs only $4.00,
the course in the first position. 4
This afternoon at 4:30 the All-
Freshman cross-country harriersI
will meet over the same course.

Michigan teAm, in prospect, is faced
with the problem of finding two
men to replace Captain Harrigan
and Oosterbaan, who scored more
than half of the total points dur-
ing the past season.
The three of last year's regulars
available for the team, Captain
McCoy, Orwig, and Chapman, re-
sumed their places at guard, for-
ward and center respectively on the
first five, while Rose, a letterman
from last year, filled the forward
position opposite Orwig, and Bar-
ley, a 1928 squad member, was at
the other guard post. Truslcowski,
a veteran of two year's ago, and
Kanitz and Myron, two members
of last year's "B" team, were also
inserted into the Varsity lineup.
The Varsity squad, strengthened
by the addition of three men from
the Varsity football squad, Captain
McCoy, Orwig, and Truskowski,
and several members of other of
the grid teams, who reported for
the first time early this week, now
numbers 26.
The Maize and Blue basketball
schedule for 1928-29 includes sev-
eral hard early season engage-
ments with eastern fives, besides
home and home engagements with
six of the Conference teams.
The Spartans will bring a strong
team here .for the first game of
the season on Dec. 7, made up of
the same five regulars who played
for Michigan State last year.
The Pennsylvania five, holder of
the Eastern Intercollegiate cham-
pionship, will provide the Wolver-
(Continued on Page Seven)

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JESS HAWLEY AGAINST
CHANGE IN GRIDIRON
RULES FOR NEXT YEARI

However O'Brien in finishing
third gave the class of '31A, second
place in the meet,. while Conger's
placing fifth enabled the Freshman
Lits to capture third honors.
T)'cmAnnn' v±Iinry w~uiea lor n 1

D)Anna's victory was a clear cut
(By Associated Press) one and deserved. It was this di-
CHICAGO, Nov. 27.-Jess Haw-' minutive runner whose last mo-
ley, Dartmouth College coach, be- ment sprint all but carried him
lieves the present football rules are I over the line, the winner in last
;o good they should not be altered. l week's Inter-fraternity meet. Mon-
"Leave the rules alone," Hawley day of this week he tried again in
said. "They are fine as they are, the All-Campus race, and though
both from the spectators' angle, lowering his time of the previous
that of the players and the I week by about a minute, he fell
coaches." short again by inches to complete
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