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THE MICHICAN D A T E Y

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STARTING LINEUP F Yearling Grapplers H
Increase Workouts
TLTIN DOUBT' With the series of freshman-I
sophomore meets, the inter-frater-
Sprained Ankle To Keep Former nity and the all-University tourna-
"B" Team Player Out Of ments in mind the freshmen
Spartan Clash wrestlers are gradually increasing
the intensity of their training in
VEENKER DIVIDES SQUAD. their i-weekyworkouts at Wa-
Ww we Coach Sauer his squad is making
With Kanitz, who was named in I rges
the tentative starting lineup for Tohepr gres f the meets on the
the Michigan State game, out -for yearling program will be another
at least ten days, Coach Veenker freshman-sophomnore meet Friday.
sent his cage squad through a longThe members of the freshman I
scrimmage yesterday afternoon In squad mot likely to compete
an effort to uncover another left against the sophomores are Sea-
forward to complete the five which bury in the 115-pound weight and'
will meet the Spartans Friday Nuse in the 125-pound. division.
night in Yost field house in the Beezley and Duncan will be entered
opening tilt of the year. in thie 135-pound, while McIntyre,
Kanitz, who was the only mem- Reichert and Foster will compete
ber of the first five who had not in the 145, 155, and 165-pound
received a letter, suffered a badly weights respectively. Sorensen will I
sprained ankle during Monday represent the freshmen 'at 175
night's practice session, and is now pounds and Castle in the heavy-
on crutches. The four lettermen weight division.
on the squad complete the tenta-
tive starting lineup as announcedI
by Coach Veenker. Captain McCoy
will start at one guard position
against the State five, with Danny TO LEAD FIGHT FOR
Rose as his running mate, while
Bob Chapman and Bill Orwig will Although it is still too early in series; a
resume their old posts at center the season to predict with any de- Michiga:
and right forward respectively. gree of accuracy just what part handed
.Squad To Split the various Big Ten basketball other re
Followig Monday n'ight's prac-iteams will play in the 1928-29 title This s
tice, Coach= Veenker announced the 'race, it is possible to at least 'for- three of
division of the Varsity squad in "A' mulate an opinion as to the po- bringing
and "B" teams. These teams will tential strength of the various out- a year
be handled in the same way as fits on a basis of the veteran mate- Purduet
were the Varsity and Junior Var vial available. center,
sity football teams, allowing for Practically every squad in the Harmeso
transfer of men who have shownIConference has already been drill- all-Conf
improvement.r o 1 inkg on fundamentals for some Babe W
The first string squad of 14 will weeks, and with the close of the registere
consist entirely of lettermen and football season they have been also ret
reserves from the 1927-28 team, not augmented in strength by the has suff
one member of last year's mediocre usual influx of players who are guard v
freshman squad being chosen for proficient in both sports. Indian
the "A" division.. However, since A year ago two Hoosier schools, this yea
the Junor Varsity plan was first Indiana and Purdue finished in a tion. T
installed at Michigan in basketill tie for first honors winning 10 of averaged
during 192728, Coach Veenker will their 12 games, and with most of 1927-28.
ber of reserves to work with their veterans coming back this all-Confi
Five On Last rea's squad season, these teams again loom as en, sec
Fhefowars n amedrns heAd,,favorites. At the outset of the race and Cor
The forwards named on the "A it would seem that the title hingesI
squad include Truskowski, Barley, on -which of these quintets can North
Slagle, Whittle, Balsamo; and Kan- down the other, tender1
tz, beside the one letterman, Or- Hoosiers Are Strong The Pur
Chapman are the two centers e With the exceptions of Chicago formidab
taned. Danny -Rose, another let- and Minnesota, the other Confer- they enj
terman, Myron and Cushing are ence teams loom as dark horses. season i
the running guards on the "A" Practically all of them have suffi- third p
squad list, while Capt. McCoy and cient veteran material to form a nine wi
Lovell are the back guards. nucleus for a formidable combia- tough c
Of this roster, Captain McCoy tion, and the part that they play contests
Rose, Orwig, Chapman, and Barley in the titular race will depend due, and
were on'last year's Varsity, while largely on the ability of the new The l
Truskowski played during 1926-27, me' and reserve material. The forward,
and the other eight men received Maroons and Gophers seem to lack combina
their training on the 1927-28 "B" the class of the other Big Ten factor.1
team. squads. returninj
Yesterday's practice continued Last year Indiana led the Con- man, for'
Monday night's drill on offense. ference .scoring with 474 points, the outl
With Danny Rose taking the ball while Purdue totalled 445. These season l
down the floor and ;Bob Chaprani rivals split 'even in a two game (Con
at center, the Varsity went through
a long dummy scrimmage on offen-
sive formations under Coaches
Veenker and Cappon. Orwig start-'h1S
ed in his accustomed place at right Tro
forward, but was replaced by Bal-
samo when he injured his thigh.
"Truck" Goes To Forward o ad
Truskowski, Barley, and Slagle1
alternated at the other position, We erect
during the drill on formations.
Truskowski, who originally played,-
floor guard, was shifted-" to forward Dial 21-408
because of his shooting ability,,
while Barley was transfered from
the' same position after Kanitz's -S I P O A I
injury. STIMPSON RADIO
This dummy scrimmage was fol- Rear 618 E Liberty
lowed by a game between the first
and second -teams. Slagle and
Balsamo started the 'tilt at for- Open Evenings Until7

wards, the latter being withdrawn
in favor of Orwig, whose thigh in
jury did not appear serious. Chap-I
man was at center for the Varsity, p
while Captain McCoy took the back
guard assignment with Danny ROse
at running guard.
Whittle Reports
Del Whittle, who reported for
practice for the first time Mondayr
night, appeared at right forward rH Q iv AFAY PT
.on the second team with his bad
knee in a harness. Truskowski was
at the other forward, McDonald at
center, and Cushing and Lovell at
guards. The other members of the
"A" squad were also inserted into
the lineups for part of the game. STADIUM

EE OF COACH SPE ARS' PROTEGES AT MINNESOTA
WHO ARE RECOGNIZED ON ALL-CONFERENCE ELEVENS
-- - ~ - - - * -

George Gibson
FAVORITES
COURT TITLE

Kenneth Haycraft
three Minnesota stars who have
been almost universally selected'
for positions on mythical all-con-I
ference elevens. Haycraft was a
veteran end, Gibson captained thej
Gophers as well as playing tackle,
while Hovde made an enviable'
record at quarterback.

Fred Hovde
WOLVERINE GRIDI
BT. IGTRTIUTRB

Captain Of Harriers
and the Hoosiers bowed to T Be C s Toda In his column, "Sportlight" ap-
r, 42-41, while Wisconsin o0Be CposenTo a pearing in Tuesday's issue of The
the Boilermakers their only Detroit Free Press, Grantland Rice,
verse of the year. Announcement of the new cap- one of the country's foremost foot-{
heason Coach Lambert has tam of the 1929 cross-country team ball critics and generally recogniz-
the vetera-s who aided in will be made at a meeting this ed as the successor to the late
ago. Stretch Murphy, the noon today when the picture of the Walter Camp in naming all-Amer-
tao'.Stsexchndurhyfote squad will be taken. At this same can aggregations, pays a splendid
team's six and a half foot meeting the new manager will be tribute to the 1928 Michigan foot-
is back along with Glen informed of his appointment, ball team and its head coach, Tad
rn whonas mentned yfr Winners of Varsity letters in this Wieman. In part the article reads
erence honors last year. sport have not as yet been decided as follows:
deeler another forward who upon by the Athletic association,, "A football season has become so
urns. The Purdue mentor .Ibut the members of the harrier big and so widely extended that it
irin TePrdue mentor team who will receive the awards is impossible to single out one fea-"
ficient mcapably to fill the will be announced soon. ture as the outstanding event of
a's complete team is back' Three members of this season's the year.
r without a single excep- team will be lost to Coach Farrell' Navy Also Praised
The Hoosier combination' by graduation in the spring. These "But in any summing up, threel
39 1-2 points per game in three, Captain Wuerful, Monroe, of the laurel wreaths or the olive
The list includes Wells, and Jesson, have furnished the boughs must be tossed to Navy,
erence forward, McCrack- backbone of the team which cap- Michigan, and the Army teams.
nd all-Conference cenr, tured third in the Conference meet. "The Navy, losing young Fox, her
Drell, all-Conference getr, Due to his doctor's orders Captain star back, broke badly at the start
Purle Loses Fish r Wuerful was unable to run in the I and fell three times in a row be-
estern is another con- Big Ten title meet, but the squad ; fore Davis Elkins, Boston college
westernis anthwas able to cop third place, after a and Notre Dame.
that will bear watching. .mistake in the system of counting "Michigan, losing most of her
le should bemu gorw had originally placed them in a tie talent from 1927, crumbled up be-
oyed their most successfu r fore Ohio Wesleyan, Indiana, Ohio,
on recentears tuine fnr Although nearly the entire in- and Wisconsin. These two teams

Coach Stagg Denies MICHIGAN WILL
He Plans To Retire
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Dec. 4.-"Retire?I
Absurd! I'm a young man!" ThisHat
is what Coach Amos Alonzo Stagg, Harvard Game Will Feature 1929
the "grand old man" of football,' lBill; Seasons To Open 'Early
told The Associated Press today in ith Albion As Opponents
answer to the persistent rumors1
that he planned to call it a day- DOUBLE HEADER CARDED
his last day-on the gridiron.
"Why, I'm only 66." stagg According to the 1929 and 1930
chuckled. "I haven't missed a day's football schedules which were an-
practice in years. I've got a much nounced yesterday afternoon, Wol-
pepper and vigor in me as any verine football teams of the next
young coach I know. Ask my boys two seasons will be confronted by
if I've still got the spirit and fire as formidable an array of oppo-
necessary to coach a football team. nents as ever graced a Maize and
Retire? I've been on the job for Blue card during a single year.
37 years, and I feel as though I've In addition to five Conference
got 37 more years left in me." tilts which call for games with
That is the way the *"old man" most of the Big Ten leaders, the
feels about it. And that's the way 1929 Varsity eleven will oppose Al-
his legions of friends and admirers, ; bion, M. I. A. A. champions this
in the sport and out of it, wher- year, Michigan State college, and
ever football is played, feel about Harvard university. The game with
it. They never have seen the old the Crimson will mark the initial
man quit, meeting of these two teams in re-
cent years and is the first of a
RhN TEAM GIVEN home and home series.
The season will, commence one
GRANTLAND C week earlier next fall, Albion open-
RICE ling the season Sept. 28, while the
Junior Varsity will oppose Mt.
vania and Princeton for their only Union college in the stadium on
defeats and M i c h i g a n swung the same day. This will be th?
around to beat Illinois and Iowa, first double header ever played by
'the twe leaders then in the West- any Michigan grid teams.
ern. Conference race. There have . Ohio Plays Here
been few greater uphill rallies in all Michigan State college comes
football. In each case it was a here for her traditional game the
marvelous performance and it was following week end while the B
all for the better that when they team journeys to Mt. Pleasant.
met the result should be a draw. Purdue will entertain the Varsity
at Lafayette in the Conference
0 oI opener Oct. 12, while the Wiscon-
TRACK NOTICES ! sin Reserves invade Ann Arbor for
a game with the Junior Varsity. It
Varsity Trackmen Iwill be the first time Michigan, has
All varsity trackmen with lock- met Purdue since 1900.
ers in Yost Field house should I, The first home tilt on the Con-
i report for practice at least three f ference schedule is the Ohio State
I times a week until Christmas. |Igame Oct. 19, the B team going to
Men failing to report will have ( Columbus for a game with the
I their lockers taken away. I Buckeye Reserves. The Varsity Is
Coach Farrell. I slated to perform at Champaign
the following week end, while the
Freshmen Trackmen I Illinois Reserves play here.
j All freshmen interested in I Michigan will depart from a
turning out for freshman ;track I precedent by not scheduling a
may report for practice at Yost game for the first Saturday in No-
field house any time during the { vember. This being necessitated
afternoon today. Trackmen I by the fact that the schedule calls
who cannot report today may for a contest on Sept 28. A Con-
come to the field house at their ference ruling limits the number of
first opportunity on any aft- games to eight for a single season.
( ernoon beginning today- but After this week of rest, however,
practice will begin at once and the Wolverines face a trio of op-
it isadvisable to report as early I ponents in Harvard, Minnesota,
I as possible. I Iand Iowa that will form. an acid
Coach Hoyt. test of their ability. The Crimson
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iilkul y~aa , g o ur
ace with three losses an d.
ns. The Wildcats face a 1
ard which calls for two T
each with Indiana, Pur-
Wisconsin. c
oss of Waldo Fisher, star s
will hurt the Purple1a
tion more than any other R
But with a trio of veterans.::
g in Walter,center, Gleich- v
ward, and Marshall, guard,
ook for another profitable
ooks exceedinly bright.
tinued on Page Seven)

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a the Field house every day, the every game played into late Oc-
eason has not started in earnest. tober.
the men are getting themselves in "They looked to be hopelessly on
ondition for the strenuous training 'the sBids, headed for further
eason-which will start directly wrecking. In the place of which the
fter the Christmas holidays rNavy came -back to beat Pennsyl
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