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POOR IA
VARSITY IS CIM
ITNSIVE0 OPILLS!
Kipke Sends Men Through Stif f
Blocking and Tackling
Practise
INJURED MEN RETURN
Weather conditions which were
anything but favorable relegated
Coach Kipke's Varsity gridders to
sjgnal and tackling practice on
Ferry Field yesterday afternoon.
Cloudy skies and a steady drizzle
greeted the Wolverines in their
first practice session after Satur-

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Yunevich, Purdue
Bergherm, N'w's'n
Gembis, Mich. .. .
Temple, Chicago .
Chatterton, Ind..
Glassgow, Ia. ....
Kelly, Chicago
Larkins, O. S. ...
Pape, Iowa .....

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O9HIO STATE HEADSB TNU 19I
Chicago, Minnesota, and Purdue
Also Undefeated With
One Win Each
ILLINOIS HELD TO TIE
Wit tw weksof the Beg Ten
ftball scramble over and four
teams remaining undefeated, Ohio
State is leading the Conference
with two wins and no losses. Chi-
cago, Minnesota, and Pudue each
have a single win without a loss,

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MANN RETURNS TO
COACH SWIMM ERS

'GOPHER NOW TOPS
BIG TEN SCORERS

y Coach Matt Mann, Wolverines
day'gaewtOho
swimming coach, returned Satur-
loft shofofheortsignldilde heday from an extended stay in Great 4
proved the opening note of Kipke's
drive in conditioning his Wolverine parents. Coach Mann has takent
charges for their invasion of the charge of the team from AssistantF
rg r r sn t Coach MacMahon and is starting-
balliwick of the champion Illi immediately to round out a team
pmxt Saturday ngtChampaign.asby the opening of the Conference
Though still looking askance at season.
the weather man the young Michi- Asked about the handling of
gan mentor sent his men outdoors swimming and swimmers in Eng-
to continue their workouts after a !wmm, Manad swimmes inaEg-
half hour's drill indoors. The Var- ?snd, Mann said that the amateur
sity gridders were alternated at is not on a par with that in the
sitgarde were aternatedsiatUnited States, because of the fact
signal plractice and an. intensive that Britains refused to hire pro- JM b-IETb. IKN~?
dummy tackling and blocking ses-, fe ionan coces Th e yothpof
s~~on. ~England is intensely interested in o er>
In an effort to correct the faulty nwam intese te in -_
tclganblcigwihso-swimming but because of the ama- -
Sitself carly a imgportant junc- teurish ideas that prevail through- INIANA FU$NI$HES NEXT Ar this 20-20 ddtie th the
eLureseof cSardyay'smptusel, Cocs out England, the youth never getsNET!Army-Harvard gridders are optim-
,res of Saturday'stassel, Coaches ,, mrgSTACLE F R BUCKEYES istic concerning their game with
Kipke, Veenker, and Oosterbaan chang beome primiry iiN THIRD BIG TEN BATTLE Michigan on November 9. Harvard
drove the Varsity vigorously in swimming beyond the primary in- plays Dartmouth and University of
their practice of the fundamental. +Struction stage. . I Florida preparatory to meeting
Of the injured Draveling, Mori- In this respect, swimming in- BLOOMINGTON Ind. -- Indiana Miciga pre eat urdayts
soadSorenson turned out for "traction is a part of the school' ' ihgn hlenx audy
son, and S out orrumn saprtte schol will be bucking up against one of contest with Illinois at Urbana is
yesterday's workout and went curriculum, students being sent to the best lines in the Big Ten Sat- the only game on the Wolverinei
through the paces with a drive one of the natatoriums for instruc- enschedule before the Harvard game.
which was heartening. Al Dahlem, tions, but as soon as the student urday afternoon at Columbus, 0.,
fiery little halfback ace, is still can swim and gets his certificate when the Hoosiers play their sec-j
nursing an infected elbow suffered for swimming, he is not permitted ond Conference game. The Indiana VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD
in the Pudue tilt. Grinnell, reserve to attend the class, resulting con- team, starting with the Ohio game, TO MAKE EASTERN TOUR
lineman, was out at practice al- sequently, into a lapse due to the will play.three Big Ten games away I____
though he did not don the mole- lack of practice. from home before the final game of According to an announcement
skin. In Leeds, a city of 500,000, where the season with Purdue here Nov. made by Coach Cappon yesterday,'
The return of Sorenson is hearti- Coach Mann spent the greater part 23. the Michigan Varsity hockey teamj
ly welcomed by Kipke. The facial of his sojourn, the city has pro- A glance at previous scores be- will take an eastern tour this win-
injury to Poe has severely hand- vided 10 municipal baths each hav- tween Indiana and Ohio State in- ter. This will make the first time4
icapped the veteran guard in turn- ing a swimming pool. The baths dicates that the two gridiron teams any Wolverine hockey squad has
ing in performances wlich have ! have formed a swimming , league are tied 6-6 in games played since i ventured into the East to play any
been up to the high standards and compete with each other and 1901. Indiana held an upper hand of'the crack puckmen in that sec-
which he has set in other years. He also with outsiders. The Y. M. C. until 1914, but since then the Buck- tion of the country.
has had no time to take a layoff A. has also organized a number eyes have been triumphant most of On the trip the Maize and BlueI
because of the absolute need of a of swimming leagues, but none of the time. The last time the two representatives are scheduled to
top notch performer as Al Steinke's these leagues have professional teams met was here last year at meet Yale as their first opponent
running mate. Sorenson's return coaches to teach the swimmers the Homecoming. Indiana met defeat at Lake Placid in three games to
will ease up the guard situation to finer points of speed swimming. 13-0. be played Dec. 30, 31, and Jan. 1.
a considerable extent. The closeness of the island makes In addition to Ohio's all-Ameri- The Wolverines will play the pow-
for more numerous competitive can end, Fesler, and Barratt, giant erful Colgate team at Hamilton,
The tallest man on the Michigan events between various teams, it center, the Buckeyes' line consists N. Y., on Jan. 3. The final game
team is Wallace Miller, a tackle (Continued on page Seven) of Larkins and Marsh, tackles; of the tour as it is arranged now
from Wilmette, Ill. He is 6 feet, 2 {_--- -- Ujhelyi and a new man, at guards, will be against Hamilton at Clin-
inches tall. and Fountain opposite Fesler ton on Jan. 4.

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BADGERS WILL ENTERTAIN
AWKEYES IN DAD'S DAYB
SKIMIS E T SATURDAY
(Special to The Daily)I
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 21.-When
Wisconsin and Iowa meet in foot-
ball at Camp Randall Saturday in
the Badgers' annual Dads' Day
game, it will be the twelfth clash
between the two schools, which
have been playing, intermittently
since 1894, when their first game!
took place on the old lower campus
field before a few hundred spec-i
tators, the Badgers winning, 44-1.
This year's contest will be the
sixth consecutive meeting between
the Badgers and Hawkeyes and
may be the last for a long time. It
will be the last-to a certainty-
unless Iowa succeeds in regainingf
standing in the western conference,
the suspension of the Hawks be-I
coming effective Jan. 1.
In recent years the teams have
fought on fairly even terms, Wis-
consin having won three and Iowa,
two of th last five games. But on
the whole series, Wisconsin is far
ahead, the Iowa victories of 1924

Idleness of Yunevich Due to Lewhile Illinois, champions forthe
g last two seasons, has merely a tie
Injury Loses Him Position game to its credit.
Unquestionably the "dark horse"
at Head of Column of the Conference race, Ohio State
has defeated two of its most dread-
Two touchdowns, two field goals ed opponents. In neither of the
and two points after touchdowns games, however, have the Buck-
against Northwestern last Saturday eyes outplayed their rivals. A won-
! derful defensive in both cases has
have put Art Pharmer, versatile piled up an early lead. In the Iowa
Gopher halfback, in the lead in game -it was a blocked punt that
the Big Ten individual scoring won for the Buckeyes, while in,
race. A total of 20 points in his Saturday's game against Michigan
a sturdy line that held in the
first conference game of the sea- shadow of the Ohio goal post was
son has placed the Minnesota star the deciding factor.
ahead of Alex Yunevich, Purdue's Iowa Comes Back.
sensational sophomore fullback In what probably the feature
who played havoc with Michigan's game of Saturday's grid list, Iowa,
linea wek go. ecase f afighting her way back into the
line a week ago. Because of a spotlight after her surprise defeat
serious leg injury Yunevich re- by the Buckeyes, succeeded in
mained on the sidelines Saturday. holding Illinois to a 7-7 tie. With
Gembis failure to score against 16 letttermen back from her last
Ohio State has relegated the Michi- year's championship team Illinois
ffwas expected to take the game
gan full back to fourth place be- even though Iowa was figured to
hind Russ Bergherm, Northwes- be tough.
tern fullback who has scored once I Willis Glassgow, captain of the
against both Minnesota and Wis- Hawkeyes, was the thorn in the
consin. side of the Zuppkemen all after-
c___sm._noon. This player is one of the
MICIGiAN _ ILLINOIS GAME best in the Conference and should
Egiv plenty of trouble to every
IN 1905 SHOWS CONTRAST team he plays against this year.
Illini Still in Race.
URBANA, Ill. - Times have This game was the lone upset of
changed. An account of the 1905 the afternoon in Big Ten circles,
Illinois-Michigan game says: Illinois, however, in spite of the tie
"New bleachers, with a seating game, is a team to be feared in the
capacity of 5,000 were erected; the Coiference race and should be out
game was extensively advertised for blood in next Saturday's en-
throughout central Illinois, and on counter with the Wolverines.
November 4, the largest crowd that Minnesota, a huge battering ram
ever assembled on Illinois field from the north, plunged and bat-
witnessed the contest with our old tered through the Northwestern
time rivals. Illinois fought hard, line by sheer strength to emerge on
and at times outplayed Michigan, the long end of a 26-14 score.
but owing to the fact that Michigan Beaten, 14-9, with only 10 minutes
had eleven "M" men on her team remaining to play, Minnesota led
and outweighted Illinois 20 pounds ! by the unstoppable Broncho Nagur-
to the man, Yost's men won the ski came back with a furious as-
day." (Continued on Page Seven)

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