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Edward L. Warner, Sports Editor! point-a-minute teams ran up As usual the Freshmen wv
Teams Are Battling
For Special Lead
"Bees" Crash Through
Frosh in Long Drill!
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Capt. Chapman, Lovell, Kanitz
Frot.Chmat Y esqaAlthough Michigan's rivalry with
From Last Year's Squad I Ohio State on the gridiron began'
Already Out. in 1897, it was not until the six-
______teenth meeting of the two teams in
1919 that the Buckeyes gained their
WILL PRACTICE TO-NIGHTfirst victory. The Wolverines won'
13 out of the first 15 games, the
Althouah only ab ut twent mn!other two ending in ties.
gi1A4 yAAAJ tll y MYU'11U3 *Swl-J;
reported for the first Varsity bas-
ketball practice of the year which
was held at the Intramural build-
ing Tuesday night, Coach Veenker
hopeis that this number will in-
crease as the sessions continue.
In all, 25 games have been
played between Michigan and
Ohio State elevens. The Maize
and Blue has been triumphant
on 19 occasions, the Scarlet and
Gray has won four contests,
while two games have been
86 points against their Scarlet
and Gray opponents. This
stands as Michigan's best ef-
fort in the annual series.
Undoubtedly the 1926 Wolverine-
Buckeye battle will go down as one
of the most fiercely fought contests
ever engaged in by either school.
First one team and then the other
took the lead until the Michigan
eleven, with.Friedman and Ooster-
baan playing stellar roles, finallyj
emerged on the long end of a 17-1
One of the most important
victories from a Michigan
standpoint was that achieved j
in 1927. Upsetting precedent,
the Wolverines defeated their
Buckeye rivals, 21-0, to offic-
ial y dedicate the new stadium
before a capacity crowd.
able to gain an inch against Var-
sity except in one very important
department of the game. The year-
ling eleven were completing pass-
es, both short and long, altogether
too often to give assurance that
the Varsity would be able to stop
Ohio State's formidable aerial
game this Saturday.
Before the scrimmage the back-
field was given a forceful heart
to heart talk by Coach Cappon on
the ways and means of making the
most of the secondary defense.
INDIANA-Students here threat-
ened to mob the office of John W.
Cravens, registrar, recently.
The students became violent
when they realized that 2 o'clock
was the deadline for filling their
blue cards, and Craven was obliged
to bolt the doorsas they went fran-
tic over the possibility of losing a
dollar, the fee assessed for late reg-
Beta Theta Pi overcame Sigma Practice in blocking and a scrim-
Alpha Mu in a fast and closely mage with a picked team of fresh-
contested speedball game by a 7-4 men marked yesterday's B team
margin. By defeating the chain- drill. Under the direction of Coach
pions for the past two years the Courtright, the tackles were put
Beta's have established themselves through a long drill in breaking
as the favorites to win the tour- through the line, while the oppos-
nament. Their opponents in the ing linemen were instructed how
quarter-finals next Monday will be to block the charge.
Alpha Kappa Lambda. The scrimmage consisted merely
In the consolation tournament, in giving the Junior Varsity the
for those teams who were elim- ball and letting them go to it.
inated in the first round of the Time after time B team backs shot
championship tourney Kappa Nu through the yearling line for long
and Theta Xi have shown prom-- gains. The purpose of the work-
ise of winning with the edge slight- out was to develop offense only, as
ly in favor of the Kappa's. the freshmen did not carry the
Today's games bring together ball. The team is being drilled
Sigma Phi Epsilon versus Delta hard in the finer points of play in
Kappa Epsilon at 4:15 o'clock and preparation for the forthcoming
Alpha Phi Delta versus Phi Sigma game with the Ohio State B team
Kappa at 5:15 o'clock. next Saturday. The game is to be
So far five teams have entered played at Columbus.
the interclass tournament, Junior --- ------------ -
Engineers, Sophomore Lits, Junior in organizing an independent
Lits, Senior Lits, and Freshman speedball team should commun-
Lits. If any of the other classes cate with the Intramural office as
are interested in competing entries soon as possible in order to get
will be received until Monday, Oc- the independent tournament start-
tober 21. Also anyone interested ed.
L A SS I iE
WAKE UP CHILDREN! WAKE UP!
Cooper's C o lo r e d Wolverine
Stompers, known for their South-
"landurhythm and pep are ready
for your parties. Dial 4752. We also
book Detroit Colored Bands. The
band plays Thursday night at
I Woodman's Hall, 215 South Main.
GET THAT OVERCOAT OUTe-Re-
lining and repairing of the better
kind. Work done by EXPERT
TAILORS. T. B. Lyons. Dial
SEND YOUR CLEANING
IBut for a real pressing job T. L.
Lyons. Dial 5516.
TUXODES PRESSED FIFTY
Three members of the Confer- tied.
ence championship Varsity squad 1
of last year are already in unifoim Three Ohio State victories camej
with Captain Chapman, Lovell and in consecutive order, beginning in
Kanitz turning out for the first 1919 with a 13-3 upset. Harley and
iStuart, two names renowned in
practice, while Weinstein, Downing, Buckeye grid history, were instru-
and Dougal from the B squad have meya i p ither mtr
also reported. Only two members' mental in putting their alma mater
alof repotre. Ony tw em eson top for this brief period.
of the star yearling team of lastj
year are out as yet, although Jones, And then came Kipke, Cap-
Priest, Daniels, and Hewitt, fromm
that squad will be out as soon as pon, Oosterbaan, Freidman to
the football schedule is completed, give the Wolverines an unin- I
t r f kowbals chedule icow e te terrupted string of ,six tri-
Truskowski and Cornwell also umphs from 1922 to 1927. The
will make their appearance on the Buckeyes were held to 22 points
indoor court with the final whistle during this era.
of the grid season.
The last practice session of the But last year proved a different
week will be held tonight, while story. The fast, aggressive attack$
three more will be held next week of the Buckeye backs led by Eby
on Tuesday, Wednesday, and and Coffee resulted in Michigan's
Thursday, and then the regular downfall by a 19-6 score. The de-
four night practice drills will be feat was the most decisive ever
commenced. suffered by Michigan at Ohio's'
With a strong nucleus of experi- hands. Draveling accounted for
enced men from last year A and B Michigan's only score when he fell
teams and several potential soph- on a fumbled punt over the goal
omore stars available, Wolverine line.
court fans may well look to a con-
tender this year. Back in 1902, one of Yost's
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