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inBy Edward L. Warner
Yearlings Have Little Success n Twenty-nine years have elapsed
Long Scrimmage Against since Michigan and Purdue last
Kipke's Men met on the gridiron. Although
great rivals in basketball and base-
SIMRALL SHOWS WELL ball, these schoolshave not com-
peted for honors in football since
With the cry of "hurry up" seem- 1900, when the Wolverines tri-
ingly continually on his lips Coach umphed by an 11-6 score.
Harry Kipke sent his Varsity grid-
ders through one of the most in- The contest with the Boiler-
tensive workouts of the season yes- makers was an annual affair
terday afternoon in the shadow of in the gay '90's, seven games
the old bleacher of Ferry field. being played between the two
The fact that Michigan expects teams during the period from
to take the air against their Boil- 1890 to 1900.
ermaker hosts Saturday at Lafay-
ette is most evident. Emphasis has Football relations with Purdue
been laid entirely on aerial of-I were commenced by Maize and
fensive since the State fracas withl Blue elevens in 1890, when the
the exception of the repremands Boilermakers were buried under a
which the Wolverine flankmen 34-6 scoring spree on the part of
took as the result of the upstaters the Wolverines. The worst defeat
excursions around the ends on sev- ever administered to the grid
eral occasions. forces from Lafayette by a Michi-j
Freshmen Test Offense gan team occurred in 1893, 46-8 be-
After a short preliminary pass- ing the final count.j
inw wrknuc -nroutn of nicked

ner in six of the contests.
Purdue's only victory was gain-
ed in 1892, when the Wolver-
ines were on the short end of
a 24-0 score.
Delving into the yellow pages ofj
the past, an account of the Purdue-
Michigan game published in The
Daily of Nov. 8, 1897, reveals that
the contest was called one minute
early due to darkness. Michigan's
superiority in all departments was
evident by the 34-4 decision.
Hogg and Hannan were the
offensive stars of that game,
each scoring two touchdowns,
jwhile Hogg kicked five goa'sI
after touchdown.eFelver also
was a consistent ground gain-
Coach Ferbert instructed the
Wolverines in the finer points
of football way back in 1897.
"'is defense of that year must1
have been a good one, as itj
encountered little difficult inI


'NORKS ON OEF[NSIYE Howard Ehmke, veteran of many Lheh. T t he s fully -M SPORTS BVILDIN
xyears' experience with three Amen- covered was evidenced by his fine
Courtright Drills Men Hard for heaghts obaseclb greatness the performance yesterday. Co-operation of Independents is
First Game With Big Ten higtskfdasbalngeateskiithgprfomaceyeseray
FisnetBfirst World Series game that was Mack created a mild sensation, Asked in Making Present
Opponent played at Chicago on Tuesday. For to say the least, when he nominat- Season Successful
years he has been a good pitcher, ed the big right hander to open theSE RA SP TSL TD
HOLD SCRIMMAGE SESSION but neverhwas he as effective as series. Yet Ehmke's fine work in SEVERAL SPORTS LSTED
when he fanned 13 of the feared this contest has earned him a place!
With the Wisconsin game ap- Cub batters, to break a 23-year-old in baseball's hall of fame. Although school has been in ses-
proaching, the "B" team is doing series record. Root Also Shows Well, sign less than two weeks, the ever
its best to strengthen its weaker Ehmke's career has been rather Awgrowing Intramural sports depart-
p t s. m ew aisu n e r f u l s w n g n d v e
points. Coach Courtright has had a stormy one Starting his big
the junior gridders drilling on aleague experiences with Detroit he ably the hero of the first game, the 500 men are using the intramural
plays and formations for the last encountered much opposition in hurling of Charley Root must not building each day to say nothing
few days. As there are only about' of more than a thousand Michigain
30mno h qaathe person of Ty Cobb. Ehmke was be forgotten. His feat of holding, fmretaaatosadMcin
rather a good hurler for the Tigers, but his the slugging Athletics to three hits students who are competing in
I work fell off in his more recent in seven innings was second only speedball, golf, tennis, and horse-
"B" GAME PRESS ARRANGE- years with the club. The fact that to the achievement of the Philadel- shoe tournaments apart from the
MENTS. he and Cobb could not agree led to phia veteran. Root, also, had his activities in the building itself.
p tf b his trade tohthe Boston Red Sox, strikeout ball working to good ad- At present, competition is actu-
Representatives of newspapers ( with whom he did fair work. Al- vantage, having whiffed five of the ally started in seven sports and en-
who expect to cover the football though no fault was to be found opposition beore being removed fo tries are being received prior to the
game between the Michigan and with his hurling, with such a club ! a pinch hitter in the seventh. thersports. Mostd
Wisconsin "B" teams Saturday as the Red Sox behind him he Another star who lived up to all of these activities, which include
on Ferry field are requested to could not get very far. advance press notices was Jimy speedballgolf, tennis, football,
secure press accomodations this 3Fx otflAhei is akr swimming, water polo, handball,
S(Thursday) afternoonat the Placed on Market. Foxx, youthful Athletic first sacker. cross country, squash, wrestling,
athletic bf nEventually Ehmke was placed on Jimmy continued his excellent and volley ball, will be started
atheti publicity office in the the market and was claimed by! work of all season long by smacking wihand lebwlekd
administration building. His work one of Root's fast balls far over the A uwithinh two weeks.
Connie Mack on waivers. Hswr suula hstm ftesa
difficult to find enough talent to with the Athletics has been of the barrier in center field, a tremen- Auson, the officials of the intramural
fill all the positions well. highest caliber. During the early dous drive. department are finding it difficult
Yesterday the men were divided stages of the present season Ehmke Fielding Good. to solicit the cooperation of the
into two groups and given special was kept out of the game through Fielding in the game was of an- independents on the campus. Any
instructions in offensive football - - - - - ----- -- exceptionally high caliber. In the man on the campus may enter any
for a couple of hours. Later the RUSS SAUER TO COACH ninth inning, however, Elwood Eng- of the sports mentioned above now
first squad ran through some of ISlish craoked under the nervous and will find complete information
their plays against a group of FRESHMAN WRESTLERS strain of his first World Series and concerning the intramural activi-
freshmen. They stressed the spin- committed two costly bobbles that ties in a handbook which may be
ning plays, which they have been Freshman wrestling squads will lost the game for the Cubs. Jimmy secured in the intramural offices
practicing. Brown, Anderson, Per- this year again be under the guid- Dykes, too, made a blunder in the at the end of the large gymnasium.
man, and Miller were playing in ance of Coach Russel Sauer one- ninth that would have proven In the new sports building itself
the backfield. time Western Conference cham- costly but for the marvelous exhi- 500 students are daily making use
At first the group of freshmen pion. The hours set for the classes bition of hurling that Ehmke gave; of the handball and squash courts,
were able to stop the "B" gridders which will be held in Waterman in fanning Tolson for the third out. the wrestling and boxing rooms,
consistently, but they soon found Gym are 3:15 to 5:15 on Monday, Nothing else in the game was: and the swimming pool on the
that they were too weak for the Tuesday, Thursday Friday, and outstanding, unless it be the all lower floor and the tennis and bas-
more experienced men. Neverthe- from 4:15 to 5:15 on Wednesday. round play of both clubs. And so, ketball courts in the main gymna-
less, the junior varsity blocking Coach Sauer will met all men in- for the first nominees for this sium as well as the exercising ap-
was conspicuously weak, and had terested on Thursday, October 10, year's series' hero the names of paratus in the auxiliary gym.
they been playing against a good in the wrestling room of Waterman Howard Ehmke, Charley Root, and Although no organized competi-
I tackling team, they undoubtedly Gym. Information desired may be Jimmy Foxx must be submitted tion has been started in boxing,
would have been stopped without obtained any time by inquiring at with Ehmke having the inside track handball, squash, or wrestling, reg-
gains. the athletic office in the gym. for the honor.

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yearlings were called upon to test
the offensive qualities of the Var-
sity combination. The thrusts of
the "A" team both in the manner
of aerial attack and strong off
tackle drives met with much suc-'
cess despite the efforts of the hard
working first year men.
Kipke called a halt to the pro-
ceedings after three quarters of an
hour of. this mode of practice and
sent the tired yearlings off to the
shower with a greater respect for
the Varsity offensive powers. At
this juncture the Wolverine men-
tor named a team of Truskowski
and Draveling, ends, Hayden and'
Roach, tackles; Steinke and Soren-
son, guards; Bovard, center; Sim-
rall, Heston, Gembis, and Morrison,
backs; to present a pass defense
to the reserves' aerial attempt's.
With Wheeler and Holmes toss-
ing passes the seconds met with
only a minimum of success in com-
pleting tosses against the Varsity
combination. Simrall in particular
showed up well in breaking up the
accurate heaves of the reserve
A reduced round trip rate of
eight dollars for the special bus
to Lafayette for the Purdue
game this week end was an-
nounced yesterday. Reserva-
tions can be made today by
phoning 22266, it was stated.
Apparel for University Men

During the seven years of stopping Purdue's revolving
competition on the gridiron wedge.
Michigan has a decided edge,
having been returned the win- Although he coached at Michi-
-----_------- gan for more than a quarter of a
century, Fielding H. Yost never
Northwestern Star isenttone of his teams on the field
Declared Ineligible to battle Purdue. Yost will see
____his first Purdue-Michigan contest
(speciah to e is week, but one of his proteges,
I Harry Kipke, will have the coach-
SEVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 9- F aced I in reins.
with the loss of his best tackle ngrems._
candidate, Coach Hanley has a dif-
ficult task ahead of him this week TICKETS FOR PURDUE=
in whipping a team in shape toAE
meet Wisconsin in the first Big MICHIGAN GAME LEFT
Ten game of the season at Madi- (ecial to The Diii'
son. LAFAYETTE, nd., Oct. 9.-Al-
Carl Hutchinson, 225 pound I though the coming Purdue-Michi-
tackle, who transferred to North- gan game in the Ross-Ade stadiumj
western from Idaho University, was here Saturday is expected to at-
declared ineligible Monday by tract a near-capacity crowd, it is
Major John L. Griffith, commis- anticipated that tickets will be
sioner of Big Ten athletics for hav- available up until game time. Ar-
ing competed three years in the rangements have already been
west; Hutchinson played only a made to erect bleachers at the
few minutes in the last game of south end of the field that will ac-
the season in his sophomore year, comodate 1,000 more fans in re-
but under the Big Ten rules, this served seats, while general admis-
counts as an entire season of com- sion tickets which will admit to the
petitiop. uncompleted north bend of the
Hutchinson, the most experienc- stadium, where close to 10,000 more
ed tackle on the squad, played fans may be accomodated, have al-
most of Saturday's game. against ready been placed on sale at one
Butler and was a sure, starter at dollar each. Either reserved seat
right tackle against the Badgers. tickets, priced at three dollars, or
Coach Hanley has moved Paul one dollar general admission tickets
Engerbritsen, a 210 pounder, back may be secured by mail order to
from guard to tackle in an attempt C. S. Doan, Manager of ticket sales,
to fill the gap left by Hutchinson's j or over the counter in the Pudue
loss. ticket office.




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