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September 30, 1928 - Image 6

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A'-" v I l nt ., t IN U H 1 ~ L Y ISUNDAY, SEJPT




Wheeler, Gembis, and Rich Score,
Touchidowns For Blues, Aid
Geistert For.Reds


Truskowski LE Carte
Pommerening LT Bergman
Poe LG Morgan
Brown CG Sulo
Steinke R.Sherwoo
Squier RT Williams
Cornwell RE Smith
Wheeler Q Whitth
Rich RH Geister1
Bator R H Hughes
Gembis F McBride
Scoring at least once in each of,
three of the four quarters of yes-
terday afternoon's scrimmages on
the Ferry field gridiron, the big
Blue team downed the Reds in the
third practice tilt of the season by
a count of 26 to 7.
The final score, however, i3 not
indicative of the oppsition en-
countered by the Blue eleven. In
contrast to Wednesday's tilt when
the Red team offered little or no
threat offensively, they flashed a,
passing attack that netted one
touchdown and put the ball within
scoring distance. on several other:
Instead of using two separate
teams, as he did Wednesday, Coach
Yost made frequent substitutions
throughout the game, permitting.
every man, except Parker and
Draveling who are temporarily, in-
capicated by, injuries to get into
play. The majority of the B- squad
also saw service before the contest
was completed.
Blue Team Scores Early
Shortly after the opening kick-
off, Captain Rich tossed a long pass
to Jack Wheeler, who sprinted the
remaining 25 yards for a touch-
down. Gembis kicked goal with
Wheeler holding the ball.
Undaunted by this, the Red team'
came back strong to gain posses-
sion of the ball in Blue territory
and. Hughes threw a 35 yard pass
to Geistert for a touchdown, but
his attempted goal was blocked,
Gembis kicked off to Geistert,;
ant an exchange' of punts left the,
Reds in possession of the ball near
their own goal line, Truskowski
downing Bator's 50 yard kick.
Hughes' purit was short, and Bator
circled his own left end for a first.
down. With "Cannon Ball" Gembisl


PREPAR FOR EASON All sophomores and upper-{ over 30,000.
Working with the largest fresh- will be devoted to the learning of lsphmrwish nd uppe r uer n
Coach Steve Farrell put his cross men football.squad to report -in re- plays and to signal drills. the sh or otBtl over 1,000 rn
country men through their first cent years, Coach Ray Fisher and In contrast to last year's team, e repoa e o'okto- to see the
his assistants Flora Miller and. the 1928 group appears to include;tmro tatnooktos-t aainsthCoa
trial. runt of the season yesterday Traynor are gr1al hpii h ren o morrow afternoon at Y.ost a gast o
Trary'Fil na efr oyno r gradually whippingI a large number of promising line- hos.Uiom;ilb The Indians
at Furry Field i an effort to getthe yearlings into shape for under- [men, although the end candidates 'ield house. Uniforms will be tin fondc
his proteges in form for their fall: taking the schedule. with teams have yet to show much promise issued at that time.tng
events. Coach Farrell sent the representing the Physical Ed Outsid -of this department the fr Clifford Keen, Coach. a win over t
twenty men. who have reported to squad and the sophomore squad ward wall, should be a formidable sand acoo
~which will be organized tomorrow.) one. ~~~1~ Several 1.
him over a two. and a half mile. At present there are about 140 While there are a number of BUTLER RED Y fvr C
course with the instructions to dol men reporting nearly every day, promising backs on the squad, the tomnCi
the distance in fourteen minutes. I and the large number of candi- greatest task of the coaches at the TO MEET PURPLE "Wpn will a
This time. was considered good dates has somewhat hindered the present time appears to be that of enng
en~ugh. fr a star, ndy sve haf coaches in their work, As soon as.developing capable kickers. Nonetniversity
of the candidates were. able- to, ac-i they become thoroughly familiar of. the mnen have yet given indica- Over Thirty Thousand. Are. Ex- tler iw
coplihi.HoeeCptyur with the various men, however, tion of the, ability displayed by Ba- pce oWtesNrhetr Coach Potsy
ful, Monroe, and Kennedysucced- teams will be formed, enabling tor, Wheeler, Holmes and Simerall Opener October G'"Red" Fron
ed in running the distance in them to give individual instruction of last year's yearling team.H"C
12:47 3-5 , and thus lead the field.iwy gTelags pnngdycod uetCr
wilw ush the first1 here it is most needed. Although a few candidates have The largest opening day crowd the hardest
Wisconsinwil furnish the first To Hold Signal Drills already dropped off the squad, in the history of football at North- Butler hist
real opposition for. the Wolverine Durngthe k, hBtlrhit
harriersiwhen thehe olverne Durin he dpast week the Coach Fisher announced that no western university is expected to the Purple
h~iries wenthey journey here coaches have confined their efforts cut would be made during the en-ated heBlr-upegm JonCvs
October 27. Ten Michigan men will almost entirely to conditioning the tire season. attend the Butler-Purple game John CoreI
run in this race of 3.7 miles. These candidates and drilling them in here Oct. 6, according to the sophomoreh
tnwl echsnb tilrnI to be unusu2
ten will be chosen by a trial run blocking, tackling and the other ANN ARBOR ANNEXES present brisk demands for ducats. j in ansu
of the same, standard distance fundamentals of the game. Dur- g Over 15,000. season books have carrynd kic
October 20. ing the coming week, however, as OPENING Rii GAME aledy be os seve rryg a h
Coach Farrell expressed himself soon as the men are grouped into already been sold which is several riers are Fr
as .being well pleased with the teams part of each daily practice FROM DURAND, 37-0 thousand in excess of last year's
showing that.his men made yester- -mark. Loyola university which, left handed
day. even: though they did not ex- Battling grimly but vainly, Dur- I len, member
tend themselves in an effort to set ± FRESHMAN FOOTBALL and high school was downed by as steps the 10
a record, but he expects the time heavier Ann Arbor high eleven yes- will bring several thousandstu- The line a
to improve in these trial runs I Candidates for the Fresh- I terday in the opening game of the dents and alumni which added to irsuch hefty
which will be held every Saturday man team report at 3 o'clock jIfootball season, 37 to 0. 'The heavy-
until the Wisconsin meet. Monday afternoon on south forward wall of the victors opened
carr the ball th p Ferry fields big holes in the lighter line of the
carring hRayllFisherlas Coach. assC school during the first
ted the second Blue touchdown, y s C . quarter whenAnnurbor phedfrs
but Bergman broke through and __a lead but failed to make as im-
blocked his attempted kick for the prmessv a showing during the re-
extra point. PUR UE t'J VJ mainder of the fray.
Reds Threaten To Score BRILLIAT BACK Ann Arbor kicked off to Durand
Neither team succeeded in scor- o ILLI- ANT AIat the start and recovered a fumble
ing in the second ueriod, althoug- - on the Durand 30-yard mark. In

estern student body andI
et holders is expected!
e total attendance well
iversity is also sending
ooters in a special train
e Bulldogs in action
ach Hanley's proteges.
apolis school is enter-
d hopes to slipping over
heir Big Ten opponents
ing to the dope they
d chance of succeeding
thousand Boy Scouts
ago and surrounding
also be in attendance at
game as guests of the
especially well fortified
vith a strong backfield.
Clark has the veteran
muth at quarterback.
rley" Hinchman, one of
t hitting fullbacks in
ry is expected to give
plenty of trouble. In
e, the Bulldogs have a
halfback who is reputed.
ally adept at the pass-
cking game as well as
e ball. Other ball car-
ancis Royce, 175-pound
Oral Hutchins, good
passser and Edwin Al-
of the track team who
0 in 10 seconds flat.
lso stacks up well with
veterans as George


Fredenberger, William Bugg and
Jim Necely at the jobs. Williarmn
McCarthy,. 190-pound sophomore
guard candidate is expected to be
in the starting lineup. Tackles are
Willard Warth, Robert Schopf and
George Haftzger, all lettermen.
All freshmen desirous. of,
trying out for freshmen swim-
Iing report at 4:30 o'clock
Monday afternoon, October
1, at the Union pool.
Matt Mann,. I
Varsity swimming coach. J

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the R1eds opened a passing attack
that threatened the Blue goal on
several occasions,. Whittle did most
of the- passing with McBride,
Hughes and Geistert receiving his
The Blues scored again late in
the third quarter when Squier
scooped up, Whittle's fumble and
ran 15 yards for a touchdown.
With Straub holding the ball he
proceeded to add the extra point.
The final scoring came late in the
game, when the Blues with the
starting backfield combination
back in the lineup worked the ball
deep into Red territory, Rich going
off tackle for the touchdown.
Gembis failed to kick goal.
Simmerall, playing his first game
with the Blue team, handled him-
self well, turning in several nice
runs after receiving punts besides
showing considerable promise as a,
punter. Gembis, Bator, Rich and
Dansby all displayed promise in
carrying the ball.


1he ly, the. Purple and Whitg
Brown, Once Cut From Freshmen, three plays,
Squad, Promises To Become Star I carried the oval across but Pega:
In Sophomore Year failed at the extra point. Tw
.---i.other touchdowns followed in or
Brown of Harvard seems due to der in the first quarter.
have his counterpart in Brown of With the opening of the secon
Purdue, providing stories regarding period of play, Durand fough
the gridiron prowess of a sopho- more evenly with the Ann Arbo.
more "find" on the Boilermaker eleven. While its offensive coul
football staff can be believed. For not get under way defensively th
J.otball sta.f Brwnbebliee. Yor team battled on a more even basic
J' M. Brown, of Buffalo, N. Y., an wt h upeadWiem
unknown who unexpectedly re- chine whichufound itself unable t4
ported for practice with the Purdue push over more than a touchdowr
varsity this fall, has sprung a a quarter.
pleasant surprise on the Old Gold The game did not reveal the cus
and Black coaches through his tomary raggedness usually foun
performance at halfback- in opening games. Penalties in
A year ago this fall, Brown en- flicted : were for off-side play and
tered the Purdue school. of me- Ann Arbor was the only recepiten1
chanical engineering, and when of the five-yard setbacks. Several
the first call for freshman football injuries were received althougl
prospects was made among the none were serious save that re-
first to respond. However, he fail- ceived by Edson, Durand right end,
ed to impress the coaches with his In one of the early pileups, Edsor
football ability and was cut off was injured back of the ear anc
the freshman varsity squad and re- was taken to St. Joseph's hospital,
legated to the freshman class team. Concussion of the brain was feared.


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