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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

e

ELEVEN

DEFEATS

BLUES

IN

SCRIIMMA GE, 6-

KV KICK UI F J COM SPLICATE
IO WISCONSIN T EA
y (Special Ta The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., Oct 2- The
inemen Stop Opposing Backs; fighting front of Glenn Thistleth-
Varsity Perfects Passing .
Offense and Defense 'waite's Badgers is slowly shapingt
itself as the opening battle with
UES THREATEN LATE Notre Dame approaches. But one1
_week remains for the Wisconsin
kiting hard to avenge threecoaches to whip their team intof
gus defeats the Red eleven form for the curtain raiser with
the Blue team 6 to 0 yester- Coach Rockne's eleven here Oct. 6.
fternoon on Ferry field in the! Competition for regular berths
>f two scrimmages scheduled [ on the Cardinal aggregation this
e week. A blocked kick caus- fall is keen. It is so keen that Mr.
a poor pass from center i Thistlethwaite himself could not
over the Blue line late in the name four sure starters for the
d quarter and M11organi, a lea N otre Dame game if asked to do so
non,' pounced on it for the today. Sixteen ambitious sopho--

Hot Off The Gridiron

Four football teams that will
face Coach Fielding H. Yost's Wol-
verines this season swung into ac-
tion Saturday, and three of them
emerged victorious, giving indica-
tion that the Michigan eleven is
apt to encounter some stiff compe-
tition in its early season games.
O h i o Wesleyan university
humbled an old rival, Marietta
college in an impressive fash-
ion, 33-0, and Coach Gauthier's
Battling Bishops will be out to
avenge their defeat in the first
game ever played in the new
Former Gopher End
Shifted To Fullback
(Special To The Daily)
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 2-Bronko
Nagurski, the "Big Nag" of Minne-,
sota football promises to shift the;
state center of gridiron gravity'
from Owatonna, Herb Joesting's

Michigan stadium a year ago
when they take the field Sat-
urday,
Meanwwhile Indiana university,
the second opponent on the Maize
and Blue card, downed Wabash
without uncovering anything that
might prove useful to rival scouts.
Indications point to a stiff tussle
with the Hoosiers in the Big Ten
openerhOct. 13 in the stadium.
Another non-Conference ri-
val, Michigan State, .snowed
Kalamazoo college under by
the exceptionally large count
of 103-4. Kipke's m~en estab-
lished a scoring record for
Spartan teams of the future to
shoot at.
The fourth opponent-to-be o0
the Yostmen, however, came out on
the short end of the score when
Navy bowed to Davis Elkins, 2-0.
It was the second unexpected vic-
tory for the Scarlet team in two
weeks, West Virginia falling 7-0 in

cious six points that meant vic-
Y.
[hroughout the fray tthe Red
e smothered the attempts of the!
.e backs and the varsity did not
eaten to score until late in the
rth period when a promising
s attack failed just short of the
,1 line and the Blue backs could
* crash through for the neces-
y few yards.
Blues Show Accurate Passing .
'he Blues'passing was quite ac-
ate and they also profited by a
of pass defense drill before they
immage started and throttled
Red attempts to gain through
air.
'he two teams lined up as fol-
's after a long warming up ses-
n. For the Blues, Truskowski#
I Cornwell were at ends,Cragin
I Squier at guards, Pommeren-'
and Poorman at tackles, Bov-
1 at center, Bator and Rich at
ves, Gembis at full and Straub
quarter. The Red lineup was1
ith and Carter, ends; Williams
I Bergman, guards; Hulbert ani'
.lo, tackles; Sherwood, center;E
blem, quarterback; Geistert and
Bride, half backs and Hughes,
[back.
leistert almost broke loose for
Red touchdown on the opening
koff, but he slipped and fell ana
uskowski stopped him. The Reds
rted back and Straub got the
ther in midfield. Rich, after a
e play, passed to Truskowski for,
out 20 yards, but the attack fail-
and the Reds took the ball on
wns. The remainder of the quar-.
developed into a punting duel)
ween Dahlem and Bator witha
e former having a slight edge
his opponent.
Morgan Recovers Fumble
'he second quarter became an
and down struggle, neither
(Continued on Page 7)

mores on the varsity squad have
caused this condition. It is not
unlikely that at least a half dozen
recruits will take the field next
Saturday.
One thing is certain and that is
that the fullback post will be shar_-
ed by two men, Rebholz and Smith.
This pair will alternate as both;
are performing equally well. Capt.;
Rube Wagner will be at his tackle.
post. His mate, Stan Binish, looms
as the other .regular tackle. Bill
Ketelaar and Milo Lubratovich are
two other tackles who cannot be
ignored as they have been giving
Wagner and Binish a merry battle.
The ends are still a question.
Lew Smith and Art Mansfield, a
pair of revamped fullbacks, are in
the running, while Milt Ganten-j
bein, a sophomore, appears to be
in line for one berth.
Larry Shomaker, a center on last
'fall's team, is finding a new man,
Chet Miller, and a former squad
.member, Cliff Conry, both trouble-
some. The guards are a problem.
Final selection will be made from
two "W" men, Parks and Connor,
two' former fullbacks, Kresky and
Linden, and a likely sophomore,
Frisch.
"Bo" Cuisinier, Bobby Obendorf-
er and Sam Behr will fight it out
for the quarterback post. The best
of the halfbacks are Hayes, Rose,
Price, Lusby, Oman, Davidson, Bar-
tholomew and K. Smith.

With only two days remaining
for practice before their opening.
games the Varsity and reserve
squads have turned from their
early drills on fundamentals ana
are seeking to master the rudi-
ments of team play.
Monday's sessioll witnessed'
the initial secret practice of
the season, which is a sure
sign that the time has arriv-
ed for the squads to perfect
an offense for their opening
engagements.
The announcement of the tenta-
tive lineup Monday by Coach Yost
(Continued on Page Seven.)
j Freshmen Baseball
Teams Enter Finals
Freshman group 50, under the
supervision of Frederick . Peter-
son, will cross bats with Prof.
Waldo Abbott's group in the final
round of the freshman advisory
group baseball tournament tomor-
row afternoon on South Ferry
Field. Peterson's squad won the
right to enter the final round by
trouncing Group 1 by the score of
11-4.
Abbott's team will take the field-
the decided favorite and is expect-
ed to have little difficulty.

BU1TLER AN D LOVOLA
IN OPENE ATURDAY
(Special To The DJailY)
EVANS'TON; Ill., Oct. 2-North-
western's football teams open, their
fall season Saturday in a double
header engagement with Butler
university of Indianapolis and Loy-
ola university of Chicago. The
game will be played before a crowd
of nearly 35,000 which will be the
largest opening day crowd in theI
history of football here.
Coach Hanley expects both visit-
ing teams to give his men a severe
test. Butler is bringing an experi-
enced team which should give the.
Purple varsity a close battle.
In Alani "Red"' Fromiuth, Patsy
Clark, the new Butler coach, has a
capable quarterback who can also
pass and kick. John Cavosie, sopi-
omore half, is expected to make
a name for himself. Francis Royse
is the other half who will start
against the Purple.
Coach Hanley is expected to
start a veteran backfield against
Butler with the exception of Henry
Bruder, sophomore, at half. "Yatz'
Levison will probably get the call
at quarter with Capt. Holmer at
full and Bill Calderwood at the
other half. I
Two sophomore ends will prob-
ably start at the end positions.
They are Wade Woodworth and
Frank Baker. The tackle assign-
ments will find Frank Sinkler and
John Hazen, two veterans, on the
job while Justin Dart and Henry
Anderson, also veterans, will prob-
ably be at the guard positions

FOUR MEN ARE

INJURED

(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, Oct. 3.-With
formal scrimmages banned for the
week by Coach Harry Kipke, Mich-
igan football squad today was
scheduled to get some rather in-
tensive offensive drill with forward
passses playing a promninent role.
Perfection of the attack is Kip-
pe's aim as he prepares for the
game Saturday with Albion col-
lege, always a tough foe in the
past for the Spartans
Coach Kipke has announced that
he plans few if any changes in
the lineup he serit against Kalam-
I azoo college last Saturday. Should
the four cripples on the squad ap-
peakl in good shape it is likely,
however, that they will either start
or else see plenty of action before
the game is over.
As was expected in view of
State's inability to complete a sin-
gle pass out of seven attempted
against Kalamaboo the aerial game
came in for consiaerable work
Monday. Schau and Crall showed
better form in flinging out the ball.

KIPKE DRILS STATE
Scrimnmages Banhed Squad Works
On WeakAerial Atck; Sehau,
Cralp Pass Well

I.

home town, to far-off Internation-1
al Falls, away up at the entrance
to Lake of the Woods.
Following his performance last
fall, first at end, then at tackle,
where he played football of a su-
preme brand, Nagurski got into a
little foot race with the other
members of the squad this fall and
outran the pack of them, only
Fred Hovde, the fleet quarterback,
being able to come in .ahead of
him.
Dr. Spears pricked up his ears,I
raised his voice,and ordered the
Nag to report next day disguised as
a fullback, and in that position he
has been playing ever since. His-
passing is not too good, but he can
plow the line, block, and scamper.
Once he has his hands on the ball
he is an exceedingly hard person
to do anything with, and is likely
to persist for yards an& yards af-
ter he should have been pulled
down.
Central Minnesota is going to
have something to say as against
northern Minnesota on this full-
back question, however, for big Ed
Westphal, of Little Falls, Minn., is
just about as earnest a candidate
as the Bronk. Westphal is a big-
ger man than Nagurski, one, and
sometimes one and a half pounds
bigger, according to Dave Wood-
ward's weight chart. Both range
between 201 and 207, but the Nag
n e v e r quite makes the latter
weight.

the first tilt.

Starting the second string
backfield, Navy coaches has-
tened the regulars into thc
game after Davis Elkins scored
a safety in the second quarter
but Lloyd, Clifton and Co.,
could not cross the Scarlet
Hurricane's goal line.
PURDUE ELEVEN
TO OPEN SEASON

r e... .

(Special To The Daily)
LAFAYETTE, ind., Oct. 3.-With
two weeks of preliminary drill re-
vealing great possibilities providing
reserve strength can be developed,
Coach Jimmy Phelan's P u r d u e
football squad has started tapering
off for the season's opener against
DePauw here Saturday afternoon.
The Methodists, an old state
rival eleven of the Boilermakers,
in recent years have given the Pur-
due eleven all it could handle, and
last year fell after a great fight,
15 to 0. The game will provide the
acid test for the Boilermakers be-
fore they jump into their strenuous
early Big Ten schedule which calls
for a trip to Minnesota on October
13, the Homecoming game against
Wisconsin ,here on October 20 and
the annual jaunt to the Midway
against Stagg's Maroons on Octo-
ber 27.

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