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November 29, 1928 - Image 7

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New York University Rea
Meet Oregon Aggies In Stru
At Polo Grounds
Football will come in f
usual holiday importance
teams from all section of the
try meet in Thanksgiving da
counters today. The annual
nsylvania-Cornell classic at F
lin field should prove a d
victory for Penn, as the' Re
Blue eleven has suffered on]
defeat, that at the hands of.
Harvard, Columbia, and C]
are numbered among Penn's
New York U will take on O
Aggies in an intersectionals
gle at the Polo grounds. The
lets will be without the servi
Captain Lassman,'star tackl
Ken Strong, high scoring a
the nation, will be ready for
The New Yorkers are heavyf
ites over their far western r
Brown Meets Colgate
Brown and Colgate should,
vide an interesting battle, as
possesses a good team. Penn
and Pittsburgh will renew
annual rivalry, with Pitt the
orite. West Virginia is giver
edge over Washington and J
son, as the Presidents have
fered a disastrous season. Co
bia will face Syracuse in the
son's finale for both teams.
Three of the nation's le
elevens will defend their
slates in the South against w
opponents. Washington and
should offer Florida little tro
while Georgia Tech is a heavy
orite over Auburn. Tenessee i
likely to encounter much op
tion from Kentucky. Alabama
entertain Georgia at irming
while Tulane and LouisianaE
will battle for state suprema
Nebraska, Kansas Clash
Nebraska's Cornhusker el
will again engage a Missouri V
rival, Kansas Aggies, after pl
eastern teams on the past
, Saturdays. Oklahoma and
souri will meet in a neigh'
feud, while Iowa State will jou
to Milwaukee to play Marquet
Turkey day festivities on
Pacific coast will be marke(
the Washington-Washington S
game at Seattle, while Oregon
close a successful season age
University of California, sout
branch, at Los Angeles. Utah
endeavour !to remain undefe
when the Mormons engaget

T l j ~(Continued From Page Six) able the forward wal with W [,
Michigan's Varsity basketball last year, will furnish the opposi- when claims are laid for the cham- over showing the mst i adt.
I team will play a total of 16 games tion in the second game on the pionship.noSBigBReds Take On Centre
dy To OPEN LETTER this season, according to the 1928- schedule Dec. 15. On Jan. 1, Penn Bay City Meets Detroiters Muskegonillinadfu
g --- 29 schedule which calls for 12 tilts State will play here, and Cornell yture city in their Qu:;t of <: s n
N b 7128 with Big Ten outfits and four will meet the Wolverines on the ay City wil ay host t Hig straight victory over Central. The
DNao v e m e r 7, g1w ith n o n - C o n fe re n c e o p - fo llo w in g e v e n in g . lh n ar t h is a fteh n o o n ,o it b ei n g R e d is c o n c e d e d a d e cid e d ed g e i -
NELL ear ponents. Six tests have already Meet Wildcats First two schools that they have met asmuch as the Grand Rapids out-
NELL You perhaps will remember been definitely carded for the Michigan will inauyurate the on the gridiron. Highland Parkfits does not rank with Cental
that we wrote you last year Junior Varsity or Reserve team, Mwgohteams of the past.
or its after defeat. This time it is and four more will be arranged Big Ten opener before the Christ- always .one of the state's most tfCentral Out T Avnge
when after a glorious victory and, in for in the immediate future, two srecess n sceluded as North feared wamsi asll sportstboa nex Both teams have nu en on the
coon- many ways, after one of the with Michigan State Normal col- Jan. 5. Two days later the Wol- state honors until last Saturday ridiron with but OUe mteruption
n- most successful seasons that lege and two with Albion. whe Northwestern made the most since 1390 and as ,eSult nmuch in
y Michigan has ever had. State Game Next Week verines lay their first out of town Nfotth hwesnm teostterest will be evidenced aside from
Micign- game with Wisconsin at Madison. "
Pen- W agnthghofrs- With only eight days remaining ofm wtthesonsPolardion Bas fumbles on a th act tha Cenra ha an op
W again thought of reso-; su"ippery field to gain a 9-6 wi.Wihol1tefc ltCnra i n.ip
rank- lutions but discarded the idea before the opening encounter of Other Big Ten teams that will portunity to avenge last years
ecided because of their formality, the season with Mich.gan State, oppose the Wolverines besides Polar Bears Boast Threat landslide when the Lake Michigan
d and The form of congratulations Coaches Veenker, Cappon and Northwestern and Wisconsin, are The suburbanites as a result of i prepsters negotiated a 49-0 vic-
one does not matter but we could Oosterbaan are drilling the Wol- Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Ohio this loss were forced to accept a tory by spoiling Muskegon's chance
Nlye not let this ;y o-State. Michigan is not playing In- three way te. wit ,orthwestern for a third consecutive state foot-
Navy. ntltti opportunity go by 0 0
hica without offering our most sin-. 1928-29 VARSITY SCHEDULE diana, Purdue or Chicago this and Eastern. In Pa'nnaroli High- ball championship.
Siago I9?8-29 VARSITY SCyHEDyUrLEfndyear, but is meeting Illinois, Min- land Park boasts a triple threat _,,-
as plucky a squad of Michigan Sae eei
I spnk qa fMcia Dec. 75th-U.iof gen sylaniaee esota and Iowa for the first time man of hig caliber who is able to "PRO E TS O PLAY
men that ever played in Michi- Dec. 15th-U. of Pennsylvania, in two season. This arrangement pass, punt and rin the ends and-----
regon gan history. here. is necessitated by the round-robin seems due to follow in the foot- (Continued From Page Six)
strug- Jan. 1st-Pennsylvania state syweni of scheduling games that steps of Peters star Polar Bear of Hawaiian star from Hilo, and Sil-
e Vio- After the early reverses,'here is followed in the Big Ten, two years ago when the all-state lon. The line is built around
ces of Michigan again demonstrated teams are considered. Graham, former Ohio State guard.
Iand displayed the intestinal Jan. 2nd-Cornell University, B ---
e, but Bay City will however take the Detroit will have Joe Wostoupal, _
~ f fortitude for which the y are here. LINCOLN, Ne -The Nebraska'a Ct w l h w ve a e thDer i wll a e c, W s up ,
S f oufild a slight favorite with one of giant pivot man who has been out
duty. famous. The pluck displayed Jan. 5th-Northwestern, here. Cornhuskers, somewhat battered the strongst team the Wolves have of the lineup for several weeks with
favor- by the boys in the Wisconsin Jan. 7th-Wisconsin, there. from their decisive defeat at the had in years. A heavy, fast line injuries ready for duty, while Tiny
ivals. game when they decided to Jan. 12th-Iowa, there hands of the Cadets last Saturday, which has drawn considerable at- Feather, who was hurt in the
Iwin or lose cannot go unmen- I Jan. 14th-Illinois, here
Feb. 9th-Oio here went through a signal drill and tention from critics this year is ex- Chicago game will be back in the
pro- aned the fignois dusere the Feb. 11th-Northiwestrn, there. light dummy scrimmage in prepar- pected to furnish the Highland lineup. Munn, left end, sustained
game wihIlios eeves hoc Fe Park backs much trouble whileabrknneagisthBas
eeach well earned victory; the come- Feb. 16th-Minnesota, there. ation for their final game here. Coach Nevitt has an array of back- and will be replaced by Randels,
Statei back and wonderfulhmarch Feb. 18th-Illinoisthere. Thursday with the Kansas Aggies. I field talents which is as formid- former Kansas star.
their; downi the field in the Navy 1 Feb. 23rd-Iowa, here.________________________ ___
fad- game and lastly, the glor- I Feb. 25th-Minnesota, here.
effr ier us victory over Iowa pro ved Mar. 2nd-Ohio, there.
the tradition that Michigan is Mar. 4th-Wisconsin, here.
lum- never down for good. PARTIAL "B" SCIEDULE
All this could not have been Dec. 11.-Mt. Pleasant, here.
sea- possible without the perfect Dec. 19-Toledo U, here.
co-ordination and co-opera- !Jan. 3-Alma, there.P
ading tion of staff and team, and to Jan. 4-Mt. Pleasant, there.
clean you all, the Michigan Alumni I Jan. 8-Toledo, there.
eaker send thei greetings and want I Jan. 15-Alma, here.
Lee you to know the joy that you 0o0
ouble, have brought to their hearts verines daily in order to whip
fav- this season. them into shape. The Spartans
5 un- To you belongs no small part will invade the field house for
)posi- of the credit, so we close the their annual contest Dec. 7.
a will season with our gratitude, our The three other games with
gham! sincere appreci a n d- teams from outside the realms of

(Continued From Page Six)
all that can be expected of
any team. They showed re-
markable ' ,improvement
throughout the season and a
wonderful spirit. I have al-
ways found it a pleasure to
work for Michigan teams as 1
have found them to be consis-
tently gentlemen and the
finest kind of sportsmen.
Cordially yours,
J. H. Nichols,
Referee of Indiana, Wisconsii
and Iowa games.


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