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THE MICHICAN

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JUNIOR

VARSITY

TACKLES OHIO

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niirn inirn 'BUCKEYES ARE CONFIDENIn -__ _ _
TU L AS BUCKEYD CUNTEST NEARS OHIO STATE AND MICHIGAN READY FOR BATTLE
By L. J. Biederman,_
R Sports Editor, Ohio State Lantern SAM
If football games were decided on 1 EL A Cpe
confidence in one's ability to de- GuaR Td 0oF
Buckeyes Expected to Unleash feat an opponent, then Harry h o Lale TRUSOWVK
Passing Attack Against Kipke might just as well ask that
Maize and Blue the game today featuring Ohio4
MiealeState and Michigan be forfeited to
the Buckeyes and begin preparing'
OHIOSTATE CONFIDENT -his charges for Illinois on Saturday,
Oct. 20.
Seeking to gain their second vic It is not the confidence of the"
tory over Ohio State since the in- sort that augurs to send the Bucks
auguration of the Junior varsity into the game in a cock-sure frame;
system, the Wolverine "B" team of mind but the attitude they har-
will meet the Buckeyes at Colum- bor at this time is one of sureness
bus this afternoon while the first and one of certainty in that theye
varsities play in Ann Arbor. all believe they can defeat Michi-
Last year the Maize and Blue tgan.s
team conquered the Ohio State Michigan at the start of the sea- FULtMAC/f
eleven on Ferry field by the narrow O son was ranked as one of the con- Ii y
margin of a 3 to 0 score, although tenders for the Big Ten toga but a'
the visitors were hard pressed in .ire fourth quarter at the
defending their goal during most of 3ind- of Purdue last week immc -a
the game. This year the Wolver- -diately eliminated Kipke's nmin as
ines have appeared slightly weaker :;serious trouble makers. Ohio on
than last season while the Scailet the other hand was characterized -.
and Gray have not been given an as a sluggish outfit lucky to win
opportunity to display their maybe one Western Conference tilt.
strength in a game as yet. State Defeats Iowa.
Michigan Improves. Kgainst Iowa last Saturday theWESLEY FESLER'
Last week the "B" team lost their gans Ioa as SaurayiheOALAN Ier'Iy OVARD -LEO .D2AVE tLG _--
Lst C eence " f Is Buckeyes stepped right out to Oh.oS Laf/rl rersf Cen er ~~ D E -, --
first Conference game of the year prove to their critics that, Samss
to Wisconsin on Ferry Field by a Willaman hasdeveloped th itAicna' sla trio of . usoto
to 0 score. However, duringt the 1925 Al-American gan's stellar trio of ruskowsi,.
past week they have been showing navictory over Iowasegrved toIThese prominent gridders will team and is much to be feared by Draveling, and Bovarci. Truskowski
a steady improvement in nearly all jhe the Bucksrconfidence which'oppose each other this afternoon the Wolverines today. With ihorn will do the Wolverines' signal call--
departments of the game and in when Ohio State University meets at fullback and Selby at guard, the ing tomorrow .n an effort to whip
two practice scrimmages with the e di p possess at the start 1 Michigan. Fesler, Ohio end, was Buckeyes hope to balance Micli- the team into a well-oil machine.
Varsity they appeared almost on a On the train enroute to Ypsi-
part with the first string eleven. lanti where the Buckeyes have es tions following the 1927 game at Major-General Smith's action
laiwe re of mindyethatvdesAB Y~ A Y jM
Because of the fact that the Ohio tablished headquarters, the players the Polo grounds. follows the activities of Represen-
State team has not participated in were in a frame of mind that daes The army has insisted from the tative Fred Britten of Illinois, who
any games for far this season little not figure to ease the worries of outset that its privilege of playing suggested that the army and navy
is known of their strength or what one Harry Kipke. And that is just athletes regardless of their previous elevens meet in the post-season
can be expected of them in the same manner in which Ohio varsity competition be unrestricted. game this year in Chicago.
fray this afternoon. It is highly has been working all week. New Major-General Smith's proposal Major Smith's telegram follows:
probable, however, that the Bucke plays which were given the squad : indicates West Point has not re- "Since the Army and Navy sev
eyes will depend to a considerable at the start of the season and were WEST POINT, N. Y., Oct. 18.- ceded from this viewpoint, al- ered their athletic relations in 1927
extent upon a passing game to ga« not needed against Iowa will be Taking the initiative with a defi- though room is left for discussion there has been considerable dis--
ground for them. According to re- sprung on Michigan and Coach nite proposal for renewal of foot- of the whole situation, involving cussion as to the annual football
ports from Columbus the "B"team Willaman believes he has the ighta gthe navy's desire for a three-year game between the two service
there is merely a residue of the :ifmnbleesh a h ight bal regulations between the Armyliionpaecmettn.cdmes
firs Varsiy red no bru . sort of performers this season to and Navy, Major-General William 'limit on player competition. academies.
t An ty Arbg execute these formations in the R. Smith, superintendent of the
Coach Courtright took 24 Mich- correct procedure. United States Military academy, to -_
igan players with him to Columbus Only one Ohio Stater is in such day telegraphed Rear Admiral S.
an ispingr wto repea the torybu bad shape that he will not be called S. Robinson, superintendent of the
and is hoping to repeat the victory upon Saturday. He is Al Hess, who U. S. Naval academy, proposing an
of last year with a slightly larger wrenched his knee in the opening early conference in Washington
score. Improvement was shown in game and has been on the shelf aimed at reconciliation.
last week althou"B" seeali ofhe ever since. Dick Larkins, sturdy As a basis for ending the break
linee havetinuriswrichfmthyBuckeye tackle, has improved con- which resulted originally from dif-
owem up injtodays gahm siderably this week with his bad el- ferences over eligibility standards,
slow them up intoday s game. how and Coach Willaman declared Major-General Smith proposed
Staring Lineup Picked Friday after the Bucks had worked "that any member of either stu-
"AIn squad thismagesek against Juniore out in the Michigan Bowl that he: dent body, who is declared eligible
va"sty l ins i etuy JuE would start at right tackle. Haub- by his academy authorities, will be
varsity line was inconsistentuy suc- rich, 190 pound sophomore under- j eligible to play."*
cessful in stopping the Varsity study to Larkins, will be available This is the first peace move made
thrusts and should present a fairly at a moment's notice. by West Point since all efforts at
strong forward wall to the Buck- In Fesler and Fontaine, the a compromise on eligibility rules
eyes. The passing attack of the! (Continued On Page Seven) failed to prevent a break in rela-
Wolverine also showed more polish -- -
than formerly 'and all of the plays !
were clicking better.
The lineup at the start of this
afternoon's game will find McBride
at quarterback, Miller at right half,
Berkowitz at full, and either Wid--
man or Pearlman at left half. in
the line will be Mosser, left crd;
Blane, left tackle, Richardson, left
guard; Shantz, center; Decker,
right guard; Bauer, right takle; Tsvaa
and Justice or Brown, right enrd. T h sv rc ai
In McBride and Widman, Coach
Courtright has a pair oif good ball -
carriers, while Widm an is also a -
p e dslof Every Big Footbal
capable passer and kicker. E ~ -r
PHILADFLHPIA,1PA.--Each of
the players who are entitled to a
full share of the world's series r_
ceipts on the Athletics will gut $I
521.30. -
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Tips 16 on g
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FRESH AN SQUAD WORKS ftf PAl IfhE
N M LEN COVERING PUNTS lv U| Ji~ LfV L
p terelong drill on coveringn
was sent through a scrimmage ses-
sion between teams picked from
the members of the squad yesterday Wolverines Practice in Secre4
afternoon at South Ferry Field. Before Leaving For
So far this season, the material Bfr evn o
available has not shown up as well Country Club.
as d .d the yearling team of last
year, when one of the best first BUCKS AT YPSILANTI
year teams in the history of tne_
school was turned out. However
two uvers hare shown themselves Twenty-six members of the Wol-
to be 1: firs i r caliber witli verine Varsity grid squad were con-
Abramvitz ar l Podlewski most veyed out to the Barton Hills
near lyn the coaches apCounty Club directly after the last
proval in the showing.asecret practice held in the new
Weight is noticeably lacking in stadium yesterday afternoon, ta
the yearling team this year, al- spend the night away from the con-
though a few big men have mde fusion of the crowds gathering for
their appearance, but no such Ili the Ohio State game today.
up of stars as was on the team last The Michigan machine did. its
<ta n. final polishing up in a secret dry 1
-on the scene of today's battle,
ARFRESHMANwhere earlier in the afternoon the
A:;i~aRAtN sORFEH A 'Buckeyes had also taken their last
WRESLiN T TEAM REPORT, limbering-up exercises and had put
'the final touch on their smooth
The freshmen are out trying to working offensive.
win places on Coach "Russ" Sauer's During the course of the practice
wrestling team in an endeavor to yesterday Wheeler did some fine
prove that they are better then the punting, booting the ball in long
members of last year's champion- spirals and placing his kicks ac-
ship team. There is a fair 'urnout curately. Leo Draveling, who suf--
of 25-30 men and more are expect- fered a knee injury during the
ed. The members of the squad are week was able to limber up on the
being kept in their gym classes for' sidelines, although he took no ac-
the present, but the last of next tive part in the drills.
week the roll will be made out and Sorensen and Poorman also were
they will be excused. For this rea- able to get into uniform, although
son Sauer wants all freshmen who they, too, did not do much strenu-
wish to report to be out by the first ous work. The main casualty from
of next week. the Purdue game last week, Alvin
This is an exceptionally good Dahlem, did not make a showing on
chance for freshmen to win numer- the field during the afternoon thus
als for very few of the men are ex- spiking whatever hopes there were
perienced and all have an even of his being able to get into the
chance. This is especially true in action today.
the middleweight and heavyweight The Ohio State team left $pr
classes for there are very few out Ypsilanti directly after their pr c-
in these groups. The majoriiy ofL tice session at the Stadium and will
the material this year is in the stay there all night, returning here
lighter classes. lust before the game.

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