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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIOAN

DAILY

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WOLVERINES'

PASSING CONTINUES

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LOOK WEAK

VADQITV OTUI VUNEVICH LEADS BIG TEN TWO
S|0 ,SCGRERS; GEMBIS SECOND

EW COACHES CONTEST WITH VETERANS EASTERN GRIDIRON TILTS f n T-T - IL BE
THIS YEAR IN CHASE FOR CONFERENCE CROWN THRILL MANY THOUSANDS Uf IVO| STTEWIL B

STATE URDNb Al Yunevich, Purdue's stalwart
I~llOsophomore fullback, grabbed the
lead after the first day's play in the
Big Ten by scoring three touch-
Shades of Purdue Backfield Stars downs in the season's openera
Hovering over Ferry Field against Michigan. Gembis, Wol-
Make Squad Serious verine fullback, is in second place:
,0 by virtue of a touchdown and a
TEAM IN GOOD CONDITION n elcgoal, followed by Temple, Chi-
--- a go; Chatterton, Indiana; each
Grim determination held rsway S oriing seven points in the Hoo ier-
over Ferry Field yesterday after- Maroon game.
noon as the some 35 odd athletes ' even meni are tied for third
who compose Michigan's A footbail1 place in the conference standing,
squad were sent through a gruell- each scoring one touchdown in
ing three hour practice session. Satirday's upsets. The third place
Visions of Boilermaker backs men are Kelly, Chi-ago; Larkins,
surging through a bewildered Wol- Ohio S;taLe; Pape, Towa; Becghermn,
verine defense evidently were not No weatern; Welch, Purdue; Car-
far distant from the thoughts of vway Purdue; and Truskow k,
the Michigan gridders. Every man i Michi an
on the squad, both veteran and in-
experienced, regular and reserve,
evidenced a business like attitadei
which has not been paralleled for
many years. I
Wheeler, Heston Pass
The usual preliminary passing
practice opened the afternoon's a c
tivities With Wheeler and Iesto
doing the; toss~ng. Physically the
squad seemed to have weathered First round mat Thes in the all
Saturday's game well although 5rv- ('c1flnlls golf tourney have been
eral of the linemen appeared to be
suffering from slight degrees f e
stiff leg muscles. I out1 of the first 13 on the treacher-
A picked freshman team then m s l axnr .iTl T ti urse inusathed,.
put into appearance with an ar lii ' faW wil l r' resumed
, ortment of Ohio plays to test the thi1. week at the B rion hills
Varsity's defensive qualities. Year-
ling attempts to gain through the rIrse.
line and around the end proved fThe Ward.-Lenfe iy second round
highly unsuccessful with the Var- mrtatelh should prove the most in -
Sity linemen meeting the first year tertesting of the meet, the winner.,
ball carriers behind the line of 3arring upset,, should win the all
scrimmage. campus championship. Lenfesty
Freshmen Gain on Passes recently established a new course
However, when the freshmen be- record at the Barton hills course,
gan to open up Ohio's bag of de- going around in 33, lowering John-;
ceptive short passing plays success ny Mallory's record one stroke. He
met them on every hand. Four also figured in both the Chicago
successive tosses were completed City and District tournaments, be-j
for a gain of 25 yards before the'ng finalist in the former. Wald
Wolverine pass defense began to has an enviable recordinMichigan,
function.. hneda nibl eodinMci~
Theban. nd hands at this golf circles, being low medalist in
first the State amateur meet for three
juncture and the blue jerseyedfrsI consecutive years.
team gridders began to plowco Results of the play in the firsti
through the stubborn yearling j round is as follows: Hicks defeated
linemen with regularity. Priest,
Morrison, and Heston did yoemen Penniman 4 and 3; Heppes defeat-1
ser.vice in their frequent jaunts ed Jolly 1 up; Howard defeated
through the freshman forwardi Hoover 3 and 2; Bovard defeated
wall. In an attempt to vary their Livingston 2 and 1; Montague de-
mode of offense the Varsity opened feated Lewis 5 and 4; Ward defeat-1
up its aerial attack. In striking ed Lyons 7 and 5; Lenfesty de-
contrast to the successful fashion feated Rednis by default; Royston
with which the Varsity running at- defeated Dickey 5 and 4.
tack sparkled the attempts of the Drawings for the second roundl
Wolverines in their passing game are as follows: Hicks vs. Heppes;j
fell absolutely "flat. All tries to Howard vs. Royston; Bovard vs.!
gain ground by the aerial method Montague; and Ward vs. Lenfesty.
went fruitless with one exception
and that only for a short gain.
After two hours of scrimmage,
taskmaster Kipke sent the fresh-
men to the showers while the first
string Varsity performers including_ __
Truskowski, Draveling, Hewitt,
Hayden, Auer, Sorenson, Stienke,
Poe, Smith, Bovard, Grinnell, Wills,
Simrall, Gembis, Wheeler, and Hud-
son, were sent through signal prac-
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tests were marked by upsets andT
large scores. In the south, Yale NEXTIitiwi
was taken into camp by the
Georgians, being held scoreless to:Coach Courtright Feels That Has
Georgia's 15 points. This jolt, Squad 'howed Potential Power
however, being an intersectional Against Wisconsin
game, does not put the Blues out
of the eastern race, as they show- WILL WORK WITH BACKS
ed plenty of power the previous 1_____
week by crushing Vermont 89-0.
Brown had some trouble in over- Although his team did not win
coming Princeton 13-12 in a last their first game of the 1929 Con-
minute rally, although the Tigers ference season, Coach Courtright
did not show much power against feels that the showing the Wol-
Amherst the week before. Ford- verine junior Varsity made against
ham furnished some real thrills by Wisconsin last Saturday evidenced
defeating New York University signs of potential strength which
26-0. Harvard came through with with further polishing will develop
the comfortable margin of victory the "B" squad in to a dangerous
of 35-0 over New Hampshire. team.
Dartmouth swamped Allegheny iIn order to develop more speed
53-0. in the backfield, whei'e the "B"
At the end of the half the Army I team seemed weakest in the game
was losing to Davidson 7-3, but due Saturday, Courtright will not at-
largely to the spectacular work of I tempt to teach his men new plays
Cagle and Murrel, the soldiers suc- for the Ohio State game, which
ceeded in toppling their hardy op- 1 will be played at Columbus this
ponents 23-7. The University of week while the Buckeye Varsity is
Pittsburgh showed a splendid invading the Michigan stadium,
scoring power by a 27-7 victory but rather will perfect the forma-
over the strong West Virginian tions used against Wisconsin.
team. Next week Pitt goes to Ne- I Defensive Play Good
braska as a favorite, although the The defensive play of the junior
Cornhuskers thrilled 20,000 specta- squad was of the highest calibre
tors at Syracuse Saturday by which could be desired, with the
emerging on the long end of a forward wall stopping the fast
13-6 score. Badger backs time and again
Over 80,000 football fans filled the when a gain would have put the
Baltimore Stadium to witness one ball in dangerous territory. Blaine,
of the hardest fought battles of the Morgan, and Bauer were outstand-
day, when the Navy bowed to ing on the Michigan line in this
Notre Dame 14-7. Knute Rockne's i department of,the game.
men came from behind in the last Limbering-up exercises and drill
period to triumph over the Middies on trick formations took up most
for the third successive year. Cor- of the practice session last night,
nell experienced little difficulty in with Coaches Courtright and Keen

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sFATrlSTICs OF PURDUE
GAME
First Downs
Purdue, 10; Michigan, 4.
Forward Passes
Purdue: attempted,s8; inter-
cepted, 1; completed, 3 for 55
yards.
Michigan: attempted, 11; in-
tercepted, 3; completed, 1 for
16 yards.
Penalties
Michigan, 20 yards; Purdue,
20 yards.
Yards Gained From Scrim-
mage
Michigan, 89; Purdue, 206.

Two new coaches, Kipke of
Michigan, and Willaman of Ohio{
State are taking part in this year's
race for the Big Ten championship.'
The eight veteran coaches are
headed by A. A. Stagg, of Chicago,
the dean of conference coaches.
Stagg got off to a good start last
Saturday by defeating Indiana un-
der the leadership of Pat Page, a
former Butler coach. Hanley, for-
mer coach of Haskell Institute, is.
again guiding the destini$; ofI
Northwestern, while Glenn Thistle-
thwaite, former Northwestern
mentor, is heading Wisconsin. Bob
l Zuppke is again at the helm for

downing Hampden-Sidney 40-6. always striving to attain more
...:::. The big three in the Golden State speed on the part of the backs.
remained true to form by scoring Passing to the ends and line scrim-
T T'decisive victories over their op- mage were also stressed in the
STHISTLE WAf ponents. Southern California, drill last night.
Illinois and one of his former pu- romped over Washington 48-0.
pils, Bert Ingwerson is heading California defeated Washington The grave of W. C. Brann, the
Iowa. Notre Dame's contribution State 14-0, and Stanford swamped "Iconoclast," still is visited by hun-
to conference ranks is in the per- Southern California. dreds of visitors daily at Waco, Tex.
son of Jimmy Phelan, of Purdue. ~ -_

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