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By Edward L. Warner ting down to throw the Ohio re-
In no game during recent years ceiver on Simrall's punts. With a
Coach Courtr ght leased Over has Michigan's pass defense fallen a little experience these men
Showing Made in Winning down so completely as last Satur- should develop into an able
From Ohio 17-6 day. Holman to McConnell proved pair of ends.
an aerial combination that the
Wolverine backs seemingly could; With four golden opportunities
BACKFIELD SHOWS SPEED not fathom. The Michigan sec- to score, it is doubtful if any Mich-
ondary defense failed to cover Mc- igan team failed to inject the nec-
Connell on five occasions during essary scoring punch so often in
With one defeat by Wrisconsin the first half, each toss being good one afternoon. Michigan's scor-
and one victory over Ohio State al- for a substantial gain. ing power in recent years has been
ready chalked up on his squad's) synonomous with taking advan-
record for the year, Coach Court- Complete y reversing their tage of the breaks, but Saturday's
right will start to prepare the showing in the Purdue disas- contest proved an exception.
ter, Michigan's linemen gave a


Six Elevens Have Slight Margin
Over Others in Race for
Grid Championship
The race for the National Foot-
ball championship is getting more
narrowed down as the weeks go
on, with Southern Callifornia,
Pittsburgh, Notre Dam e, Stanford,
'M Ninnesota, anid Tennessee leading
the pack.
The Trojans of Southern Califor-
nia romped over Occidenti, 64-0,
while the Pitt Panthers decisively
defeated Nebraska, 17-7. Tennessee
ruined Alabama's hopes for an-
other unbeaten eleven by taking.
I them into camp by the margin of
one touchdown, 6-0 Stanford
crushed Oregon State with a
steamroller attack, 40-7. This gives
promise of a great batttle next Sat-

(Continued from Page Six) horse," had no trouble in disposing
sault to count 17 more points. As of DePauw, 26-7, to further in- NOTICE
a result of this contest Minnesota crease the belief that the Boiler-
must be classed as the favorite to makers will prove one of the best PIANO TUNING -- Phone 6 76.
walk off with this year's hampn-teams in the Big Ten this season. Victor Allmendinger. The Stein-
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Michigan remain on the Goph- a Conference team, Alonzo Stagg's r,234,A
er's schedule, but of these only surprising Chicago outfit triumphed
Iowa should give much trouble. over Ripon, 10-0. If the Maroons STUDENTS NOTICE
In the non-conference games continue to show the brand of de- The best laundered clothes make
played last Saturday Big Ten play they have exhibited toae
plaedstk Satury Big Dmen adate the clash between Purdue and the neatest appearance. Collars
teams broke even. Notre Dame, a Chicago next week should be aI starched on request. Serivce in-
Sminor edition of that great Irish cludes repair work.
team of a few seasons back, whip- thriller. MOE LAUNDRY
'ped a strong Badger team into sub- 1-4 North Main 3916
mission on Soldier's Field, in Chi- FALL BASEBALL PRACTICE 4 ,We calland deliver. C
cago. The Rocknemen annexed REINSTATED AT WISCONSIN
their third straight game of th GET THAT OVERCOAT OUT-Re-
current campaign by beating Wis- the A, lining and repairing of the better
consin, 19-0, to give rise to the MADISON, Ws After a lapse of kind. Work done by EXPERT
common belief that Notre Dame is.
due for another great season. |mlany years, fall practi;e for can- TAILORS. T. B. Lyons. Dial
du fodntergetsesnday o h -nvrit fWs 56 4
. In an intersectional game againstdiaefotte nir.iyfWs- 51____- _
Colgate, Indiana emerged on the;consin baseball team was revived SEND YOUR CLEANING
beshortW end of a 21-6 count. Colgate,tohere this year by Coach Guy Low- a rel pressin
previously beaten by Wisconsin,|man and the squad today closed a ANYWHERE
came west for the second time in session which Lowman regards as Lyons. Dial 551sg
three weeks to demonstrate defi- having been a decided success. TUXEDOES PRESSED FIFTY
nitely that the Hoosiers will have The chief purpose of the fall CENTSE F 4
to show more than they have to i drills was to enable Coach Lowman - 34_
Sdate to get anywhere in Conference to assay his material for the 1930;NOTICE
competition, varsity nine. He is confronted with WE BUY USED CLOTHIN
Purdue, another so-called "dark an unusual situation for next year E B EJCM IN
1because of the loss of all but three t 215 E Washington Phone 4310
team. Georgia took the measure of of his 1929 varsity by graduation. Et4c
North Carolina, 19-12, and Georgia The only veterans to return are __134t
Tech, with its great backfield, led Matthuson, third base; Farber. RADIO SERVICE
by Stumpy Thomas, overwhelmed pitcher; and Mittermeyer, right Competent service men on all
Florida's highly touted attack, 19-7. fielder. makes of radios.

junior Varsity this at[ernoon for
their game with Illinois Saturday
which will decide whether the
Wolverine "B" team remains in the1
race for the Conference champion-

fine account of themselves in
stopping. the bdekeye running
attack. The Ohioans were held
to '72 yards from scrimmage,
their longest gain in rushing
the ball being an 11 yard off

Ohio State's line, impregna-
ble when the Wolverines were
within striking distance, may
be offered as a good; reason
why Coach Kipke's boys failed
to score. However, better lines
than that offered by Ohio's
1929 team have been penetrat-
ed by Michigan teams.

ship. , tackle smash by Al Holman.
Feeling greatly encouraged over
the showing which his men made The play of Ohio's ends, Wesley
at Columbus in winning from the Fesler, in particular, Was instru-
mental in the Buckeye victory.
Simrall was smothered when he at-
Michigan coach let the squad rest tempted to return McConnell's
yesterday, but will commence giv- long spirals, a factor . which
ing them more complicated plays' kept the ball in Michigan terri-
this afternoon in an effort to de- tory most of the first half. Fes-
velop a powerful offensive attack ler also demonstrated his worth
where the junior Varsity has shown in bringing down the Wolverine
to least advantage in the games so ball carriers with his deadly
far. tackles.
Backfield Speeds Up. i
The hard drills on speed in the While doing their partwell
backfield which the "B" team went in breaking up Ohio State's
through last week in preparation running attack, Michigan's two
for the Ohio game bore fruit in last new flankmaen, Hewitt and
quarter of the contest when two Cornwell had difficulty in get-
touchdowns were registered and
the game put on ice. GOOD MATERIAL REPORTS
Throughout the entire game Sat- ,ODM TRA REPRT
turday the Wolverines outplayed FOR VARSITV PRACTICE
their opponents with the possible|--
exception of a few minutes in the (Continued from Page Six)
last period when the Buckeyes being a matter of only a few min-
marched down the field for their utes journey to another town to
only score of the game. The Wolf compete in a meet. The opposite
cubs, however came back imme- is more or less true in the United
diately to score twice. States, making inter-city compe-
Line Plays Well. tition on a large scale among ama-I
Coach Courtright's line, as in teurs almost prohibitive.
the previous games, displayed) In Germany the more exclusive
strength in breaking up the thrusts swimming clubs are hiring coaches
aimed at them, with Bauer again and rapid strides are being made
playing an outstanding role. The in swimming in that country, ac-
entire forward wall, however cording to Coach Mann, and it is
formed a barrier which the Bucks likely that they will be a serious
found hard to pierce. If the line menace in coming Olympic swim-
can function up to form next week ming meets.
against the Illini, Coach Court- When asked of the outlook of
right feels that his team will have the Wolverine swimming team this
a good chance to remain in, the season, Mann only said that "it will
title race. be a representative Michigan
The backfield play in the Ohio team."
game was a great improvement
over that shown in the previous H
contests, with the combination of DARiMOUTH HAS BEST
Widman, Pearlman, Miller, and GRID SCORING MARK!
Brown running off the plays with
the speed and precision of Varsity (By AssWiated Press)
players. When Bergowitz was in- NEW YORK, Oct. 21-- The na-
serted into the game he, too, fitted tional list of unbeaten and untied
n~ilcely into the play, accounting forj
one of the touchdowns after help- college football teams had dwindled
ing greatly in the march down the Ito thirty-odd today- with the ram-
field which made that score pssi- paging Bears of Baylor showing the

A contrast may be offered in the urday when they tackle the Tro-
field generalship displayed by the jans,
two- teams Saturday. Al Holman Dartmouth Wins.
gave evidence of being a smart Dartmouth's .i Green eleven
quarterback by the manner in smotheredtColumbia, 34-0, in a
which he handled the Buckeyes, game in which the great Al Mars-
both on attack and defense. The ters starred with two touchdowns
work of Captain Truskowski, how- in the first quarter. California de-
ever, left something to be desired. feated Penn, 12-7, Benny Lom ranI
Michigan's trick scoring plays were back the opening kickoff 58 yards,
noticeably absent when the Wol- followed by a driving attack that
verines threatened in the first half. netted them the touchdown.
Big Three Break Even.
Willie Heston and Joe Gem- The Big Three broke even in their1
bis carried the brunt of Mich- encounters, Yale defeating Brown,
igan's running attack against 14-6; Cornell defeating Princeton,
the Scarlet and Gray, the for- 13-7; and Harvard tieing with th
mer totalling 81 yards, while Army, 20-20. Booth starred for Yale
the latter aggregated 52 on his making both Yale touchdowns. A
line plunges. Heston averaged sophomore, Bob Stevens, carried off
near.,y six yards when he car- the laurels in the Cornell-Prince-
ried the ball. ton game,through Ed Wittwer of the
Tigers made a 75-yard run for
Reminiscences of his father must touchdown. The Army-Harvard
have flashed through the minds of brawl was a see-way affair, first one
old grads when they saw Willie team being in the lead, then the
Heston, Jr., begin his porties other.
through the Buckeyes in the sec- In the second quarter, Harvard,
ond half. Combining extraordin- its pony backfield playing great
ary speed with an elusive style of football, scored 13 points, then
running, Heston may prove a wel- "'Red" Cagle and Murrell came
come addition to Michigan's of- into their own and romped through
fensive. Harvard for 20 points. In the last
moment of play, two substitutes
The unimpressive showing came into their own when Barry
of "Sol" Hudson in the two Big Wood let fly a 50-yard pass to Vic
Ten games to date will likely Harding, who stepped across the
cause a change in the back- line for a touchdown. Then Wood
field personnel. Heston seems calmly stepped back and drop-
to have the cal over the kicked the tieing point.
others, although Al Dahlem's The N. Y. U.-Penn State game
expected return to the line tip was a gruelling battle. After La-
this week may complicate mat- Mark crashed across the line for
ters. Dahlem's presence last the touchdown in the first five
week might have changed the minutes of play, no one on either
whole complexion of the game. 1 team could gain anything, except
Dave Meyers, who reaped all the
It used to be a tradition at Ohio glory for the Violet team. By ral-
State, likewise at Minnesota, that lying with a rush in the final halt,
Michigan was unbeatable. It took ay defeated Duke, 45-13 sage-
22 yarsfor he uckyes o wn ly by the virtue of Jap Douds' great
22hea rstforrthe Buckeyes towindefensive play, W. & J. held Car-
their first grid game from the negie Tech to a scoreless tie. Ford-
Wolverines. But-the old order ham kept a torits gre. rc
changeth. Witness Michigan's po- d bke ont ing Holy Crossiare
ifthe final five minutes of play, 7-0.
I ings.- Georgetown won a game when it
tramped: on. West Virginia Wes-
Gleaned from the play-by- leyan, 19-0.
play account: Auer spil's Cof- In the South besides the Tennes-
' fee-Coffee grounds Simrnall's see-Alabana upset, the two Georgia
pass.-Horn in for Huston. j schools won, each. destroying the
Puntformation! title hopes of a much vaunted)

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Bauer is Star.
Besides his sterling defensive
:lay, Bauer proved himself to be
i great asset to the team by place-.
kicking both points after touch-
down as well as booting a field goal1
An the first quarter which was the
,only score of the game until the
last period.
According to reports of the game
last Saturday, the Buckeyes might
.nave been shut out had not the
AWolverines been the victom of a;
15-yard penalty near their owu
goal, which gave the Scarlet and
Gray a better chance at the Michi-
gan goal.
All men interesting in Varsity
fencing should report at 4:001
o'clock this afternoon in the
auxiliary gymnasium of the In--
tramural building.
Coach John Johnstone

way to ail the rest.
The Bears have rolled up 213
points in compiling a record of five'
successive victories but the heav-
iest scoring unbeaten team in the
country is Dartmouth, which has
piled up 222 points in four games
while holding the opposition score-
less. Only four other teams cant
boast of uncrossed goal lines-
F oydham, Texas, Utah and Mis-
(lay Associated Press)
DALLAS, Texas, Oct. 21- After
the glamorous conflicts of the past
week end, in which fans were treat-
ed to three thrilling spectacles, the
southwest conference grid race will
undergo something of a let-down
this week as if to gather steam for
the five weeks of hard strife to fol-
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