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October 18, 1929 - Image 6

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SOUTH BEND, n-Prominent
alumni of Notre Dame are rally-
ing to Knute Rockney., football
coach at the university, to recover
from his injury which has forced
his absence from the practice field.
Dr. John Carroll, New York
diagnostician; Dr. Maurice Keady,I

and Maurice Byrne came from New
SYork to visit Rockne, TheNotro
Dame mentor is suffering from ai
serious blood congestion in his
right leg. His absence from prat-
tice at this period of the football
season bodes ill for Notre DTame)s
I success on the gridiron this fall.

111 1I1rte 1 UI.L UU 1'11L13
Leo Draveling Sustains Slight
Injury to Knee on Eve of
Ohio State Game.
Wolverine gridiron stock which
touched the depths during the clos-
ing minutes of last Saturday's en-
tertainment at Lafayette and has
maintained a lowly position ever
since has begun to show concrete
indications of a distinct rise.
A mid season slump, in every.
sense of the . word, has hovered
over the Michigan football camp
since the last minute. larruping
which the Boilermaker forces ad-
ministered to the men of Kipke.
The young Wolverine head coach
has adopted the cure of hard work
to the feared evils attendant fromI
the to be excepted slump.
Work Begins to Tell.
That this system is beginning to1
bear fruit certainly satisfied those
few who were admitted to the secret'
practice held on Ferry field yes-

After a rather poor showing
.against Ypsilanti Wednesday, the
Varsity cross-country squad is;
working seriously to improve form.
Coach Steve Farrell has scheduled
a practice race at 10:45 o'clock
Saturday. Much depends upon the;
individual showings made in this
race, for the regular team will be
selected accordingly.
The next meet will take place
October 26, when the Detroit Y.
M. C. A. comes to Ann Arbor to run
against the Wolverines. On Novem-
ber 2, the team goes to Lansing:
and on November 9, Ohio State and
Illinois come here for a triangular
meet. After the Winconsin meet at
Madison, November 16, comes theC
real test of the season, when the
harriers will compete in the Con-
ference Championship meet at Co-


By Edward L. Warner. MADISON. Wis., "i .-After
Al Holman, much discussed Ohio trying Milo Lubratovii. 2 5 pound,
tatty backfield star, will do the Serb tackle, at fullba°- wvith .only
gnal calling when the Buckeyes a semblance of succes Coach
vade Ann Arbor tomorrow. Hol- Glenn Thistlethwaite oday found
an received much publicity last a new backfield combination that
onth when certain Iowa officials, promises to gain plen',y o yardage
oubtless grieved at their "expul- against Notre Dame a" Soldiers
on" from the Big Ten, objected Field Saturday in the :e-_on's first
his playing status. 100,000-fan game.
--- Tury Oman, the strong, silent
It seems Mr. Holman played athletic from the Minne ota Iron
two years at Parsons college, range, is likely to see pienty of ac-
a small Iowa institution, and tion as running halfback. Oman
then went to Ohio State, where has been coming along slowly, but
he represented the Buckeyes apparently rarin' to go and may
last season. The Iowans take the play away iY Ernie
thought Holman was ineligible Lusby and Russ RebhoL. en the
under the three-year ruling Badgers and Irish tang' .
but the Big Ten officials ruled The other shift brougih Mickey
otherwise. 'Bach to blocking hal-back in place
of Pacetti. Bach has exhibited a
S---- lot of stuff since his eligibility was

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Coach Courtright Takes Squad
of Twenty-four to Second
Conference Game.
After brushing up on blocking
and charging and a scrimmage
against the Varsity yesterday aft-
ernoon, the Junior varsity en-
trained last night for Columbus
where they will encounter the Ohioi
State "B" team Saturday while the!
Varsities of the two schools engage
in battle in Ann Arbor.
Coach Courtwright took 24 Wol-
verines on this trip with several of
the men bearing slight injuries!
which may prevent them from
playing an entire game at Colum-
bus. Included in the list of men;
are five ends, three centers, three
tackles, four guards, two quarter-
backs, five halfbacks, and two full-
The ends are Mosser, Dierberger,
Stevens, Justice,. and Hayes; the
tackles are Blane, Decker, and
Bauer; the guards are Richardson.
Parker, Morgan and Benz; and the
centers are Shick, Shantz, and O.
Parker. In the backfield are Wid-
man and Anderson, quarterbacks;
Pearlham, Lindsay, Biedenweg, F.
Brown, and McBride, halfbacks;
Miller and Berkawitz, fullbacks.

Everybody will be pepped up for the big
game Saturday.
We all want to look our best-as well as feel
our best to help cheer the boys to victory.
We will be glad to do our part in helping
you to select a fine suit and to be fitted properly.
You can look the part and still have money
left if you buy your outfit at Tom Corbett's.
Two Pants at a One Pant Price


1711 k711S. i T

Last week the Buckeyes won a
- i u ei ion over Iwa 7-6wita cleared up last Friday,
lucky decision over Iowa, 7-6, with Pacetti, alternating o
Holman their best ball carrier. Al- s
though outgained by the Hawk- ing effectively.
eyes, Ohio triumphed when Marsh
blocked Thomas' punt and Larkins
fell on the ball for a touchdown,
L 'IC~II !with Barratt adding the extra

and lie and
m the field,
le the block-


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Candidates for the Varsity fene.-.

terday afternoon. More fire, drive, ing teamare requested to report Wesley Fesler, al-American U I Il I UI I U Lii ULfUUI
and speed Nwas shown in the long either on Tuesday or Thursday end in his sophQmore year, will
practice session which taskmaster afternoons at 4 o'clock to Coach again be ;t the right flank for Lew Fonseca, Cleveland first
Kipke drove his proteges through, Johnstone in the Auxiliary gy for the Buckeyes. However
ta habeneiecdbthJhnen nteAxlaygym. fi , ~ ls baseman and leading batter of the
than has been evidenced by the An interesting schedule is being Yowa biced l : out lash American league for the past sea-
Wolverines in a week of play. ~ ... . . week as P'ape rounded his end
arranged and it is evident that 44ekasapor the hks eny son, was voted the title of "most'
After a long passing practice a Michigan should rank high inas- ( -4 yards for theHawk's only ;valuable player" of the 1929 com-
picked freshman team was sent much as there are a number of score. paign by sport writers of each city
through an hour dummy scrim- veterans back and the other ma- in the league. This title, however,
mage with the Varsity men assum- terial look promising. Although he lost Corey, Coffee, is not the American league's offi-
ing the defensive throughout. The An early start has been made Kruskamp, and Kriss through cial selection, that custom being
Ohio plays which the first Y()) and with Schutz, Friedman and graduation, Coach Sam Williaman discontinued last year.
men used in their efforts to break Madero in the foils; Gordan in the has a set of fast backs in Holman, Fonseca, with 46 votes to his
loose from the Wolverine linemen sabre; and Winer in the epee Holcomb, McConnell, and Horn. 'credit, had a lead of 15 over his
were completely smothered. event appearing on deck indica- Holcomb is a sophomore. nearest rival, Jimmy Dykes of the
Junior Varsity Appears. tions of a good season take on a --Athletics. The next four men were
At this juncture Kipke waved still better light. Lazar, captain of There is still an opportunity for bunched closely together, Manush
aside the yearling gridders and last year's team is on campus, but those interested in fencing to try taking third with 26 votes, Geh-
Coach Courtright led his "B" team it is not known whether or not he out and all are urged to take ad- ringer fourth with 25, Judge fifth
(Continued on Page Seven) will participate in this activity, vantage of this. with 24 and Lazzeri with 22.



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