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S I EN COACHES ADOPT T f
OCKNE'S TACTICS
(By Associated Press)
which calls for numerous substitu--
tions and the inevitable "shock
troops" if needed, is spreading ReserveS Go to Alliance, Ohio, For
about the Big Ten. First Michigan "1" Team
Coach Robert Zuppke used the Football Game
plan with various alterations last -
year, and now Wisconsin has adop- BIG SQUADTO MAKE TRIP
ted it. Coach Glen Thistlewaite ---
announced, that he does not plan While the Varsity plays host to
to place all of Wisconsin's hopes on Ohio Wesleyan tomorrow after-
, single "first" team. Instead, noon Michigan's "B" grid squad
three full "first" teams will be will invade Alliance, Ohio, where
ready for action. they will meet Mt. Union college
- in the first "B" game in the his-
BOX SCORE Itory of football at Michigan. Head
Coach Courtwright and Coach,
St. Louis Brown will accompany the squad
AB R H PO A E 1 of 27 players which will leave the
Douthit, cf .. 3 0 0 2 0 0 Michigan Central station at 6:40.
High, 3b......4 0 0 0 1 0 I tonight.
Frisch, 2b ... 4 0 0 1 6 0! Although the reserve squad hasI
Bottomley, lb 3 1 2 10 0 0. shown unexpected strength in its
Hafey, if .... 4 0 0 3 G 0- i last two scrimmages against the
( Harper, rf ... 3 0 1 2 0 0 ? Varsity, which resulted in a tie
Wilson, c .... 3 0 0 3 0 0 i and a 6-0 victory for the Reds and
Maranville, ss 2 0 0 2 0 1 ; on advance dope should rate a vic-
Thevenow, ss . 0 0 0 1 0 0.1 tory over the Alliance team, which
Sherdel, p ... 2 0 0 0 3 0 I lost its fire game of the year to
Johnson, p .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Allegheny College of Meadville, the
*Orsatti 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mt. Union backfield is expected to
(**Holm .........1 0 0 0 0 0 (Continued on Page 7.)

Swimming Squadl Will
Have Quantity, Quality
Witha squad of 33 candidates ilrnrfll rn'rDT PfnLITrOT Anu 1 i n rnn

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to draw from, Coach Matt Mann
has an abundance of materialj
from which to compose the Varsity
tank team that will defend Mich-
igan's national intercollegiate and
Big Ten titles won last year. In
addition to the 14 regulars, includ-
ing 10 lettermen, there are 19 oth-
er swimmers seeking berths on the
Varsity team.
Free stylers are predominant
with Auer and Russell of the 1931
freshman team, McDonald, Dinkel-
spiel and Darnton among the
sprinters. McCaffery and 0. Gold-
smith are the most promising of
the distance swimmers, although
R. Goldsmith and Witter may de-
velop.
The back stroke finds Warner,
an AMA winner of last year, and
I Crego the only competitors. Can.,
didates for the breast stroke are
more numerous, with Hughes, an
AMA winner, and Bebee of last
year's freshman team expected to
push the regulars.
Newman, Nimz and Maxian, all
squad, are fighting it out in the
fancy diving. They will have to
display good form, howeyer, to
displace last year's veterans.

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Coach Gauthier Has 12 Lettermen
Back From the Squad That
Performed Last Year
DEFEATS MARIETTA, 33=O4
By Don R. James
DELAWARE, Ohio, Oct. 5.-
When Coach George Gauthier of
Ohio Wesleyan University mobil-
izes his 30 sober Methodists to in-
vade Ann Arbor next Saturday the
roster will include many men who
liver through the slaughter of one
year ago, and are still filled with
"hop"
The "Little Napoleon of Piousl
Knob" around which Ohio Wesley-
an football hopes and fears are
centered, has an even dozen letter
men from his 1927 team around
which to build this year. And this
little group of veterans, so care-
fully nursed along last season, is
really doing the job in a bigger and
better way this year.

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Last Saturday Wesleyan tram-
pled Marietta college from the hills
of Southern Ohio to the tune of
33-0. The Batling Bishops intro-
duced 30 men, gained 647 yards,
and refused to allow Marietta as
much as a single first down.
The Methodists played top-notch
offensive and defensive 'football,
showed a wealth of slashing line
plays, and completed 9 passes, 3
of which were good for gains of
25, 30, and 40 yards.
After dropping the opener to
Michigan last year by a score of
30-0, the Bishops went through a
long period of. seasoning. Their
rapid intprovement was shown to
a startled' football world at the end
of the season when they tied Syra-
cuse 6-6, for the second time in as
many years.
Besidest the wealth of veteran
material, Gauthier has some soph-
omore prospects which are likely
to show up in varsity togs before
the end of the season.

betterway ths.year

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