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THnSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 132

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LI STATE'S BASEBALL NINE MICHIGAN AND ILLINOIS WILL
N TOUR F BRITISH ISLES RENEW OLD FEUD THIS WEEKI
1I The Anglo-American club of Lon-
EChas extended an invitation to (Continued from Page Six) dropped to Illinois, 7-6. in 1920.
the Michigan State baseball nine to again the next year. 7-6. Michigan On only one occasion, in 1917,
make a playing tour of England won in 1921 and 1922, but was de- has Michigan failed to score on
i Line- 'next summer. The club secretary feated, 39-14, when Grange ran the Orange and Blue. Minus
has promised games with London, wild in 1924. Louis Gilbert, the Wolverines
Oxford, Cambridge and several dropped that engagement, 14-0.
other English teams. Coach John' Three times Michigan teams have
Kobs of the State team is seriously defeated the Illini by the narrow "Red" Grange's, performance I
PLAY considering the offer and has writ- margin of a field goal. Frank Ste- against" the 1924 Michigan eleven is
ten for details of the tour. If State ketee first turned the trick when still regarded as one of the epoch-
makes the trip, it will be the second he booted the ball between the up- making games of modern football.
Michigan nine to m a k e foreign ri Four times Grange romped more
t. 23 - tours, Michigan having toured the Bennie Friedman helped the great than 50 yards for a touchdown,i
is foot- Orient this summer. 1925 eleven triumph, 3-0, with his while he tossed a pass to Leonard
niversi- place kick also on a sodden grid- for another score. Herb Steger
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JUNIOR VARSITY TO
(Special to The Daily)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Oc
Pat Page is concentrating h
ball practices on Indiana U

ty's linemen this week in prepara- HISTLETHWAITE P'INTS
tion for the second Big Ten- game STE 1VT OI S
of the season with Ohio State at BADGERS FOR IOWANS?
Columbus Saturday afternoon.
Since the Ohio line is one of the MADISON, Wis., Oct. 23 - Al-
strongest in the Conference, Page though naturally disappointed over
is working on a forward wall to the defeat by Notre Dame, Head
meet this stiff competition on even Coach Thistlewaite and his staff
found much that was encouraging
Indiana's veterans of the line and in the showing of the University
the biggest men on theteam are of Wisconsin football team lastj
bing marshalled by Pat Page in Saturday and on Monday began the
an attempt to add strength to In- Work of prepartion for succeedingI
diana's line. Senior lettermen who games -in particular, the battle
are sure to see action Satur-day in-~wt heUiest o oanx
clude Ringwalt, Indianapolis, itatrday-inyhI b a des-
guard; Catterton, Kenosha, Wis.,pondentfme of midt
and Mc ponken, framevof mind;
and McCracken, Monrovia, ends; No one likes to take a 19-0 beat-
and Shields, Muncie, tackle. Ring- ing but the Wisconsin squad was
walt and Catterton already have able to realize its own improvement
been chosen by Coach Page because inleta resseis nd thret
of their meritorious work this sea- bcertainessentialsrandtherewi
son to act as captains of the de- e no problem of overcoming a gen-!
fence. Ringwalt captained the No- eral demoralization this week. Wis-j
fre Dame game and Catterton led consin certainly looked bad in'
tr the Chicago g ael tackling against Notre Dame and
inhe h ogame.there was the same old deplorable
Junior linemen who have been lack of effective blocking by the
playing with the first squad this backs against the hard tackling
season are: Hojnacki, Detroit, Mich. Irish. Badger inexperience revealedI
guard; Unger, West Point, Miss., itself all too often and over anx-
tackle; Shanahan, Goshen, guard; I iety caused costly fumbles-notably
and Mankowski, Detroit, Mich., when Gnabah dropped the ball onI
center. Sophomore linemen are: Notre Dame's three yard line in the
Antonini, Clinton, guard; Joyner, first period.
Newcastle, tackle; Perkins, Raub, But what gave the coaching staff
tackle; Zeller, East Chicago, end, some comfort was the vastly im-!
and Hansen, River Forest, Ill., end. proved charge of the line and thej
The fans at home will get to see aggressive spirit displayed by the
Indiana's "B" team under the su- Badger forwards. The weak se-
pervision of Coach Wally Middles- condary defense and the almost
worth play the Ohio State reserves complete failure of all the backs
in the Indiana memorial stadium toblockeffectively were the dark
Saturday afternoon. (sides of the picture.

it(Ii.1Liil ac seiiuz uz'Uiitsiarred for ichligan, but ne was '
victory last year with his timely overshadowed by Grange's perfor-
field goal from the 30 yard line. mance.

Wo verines were triumphant
in 1925 and 1926, but Illinois
sprang a surprise to win in
1927. Then Michigan's great
comeback last year netted a
3-0 victory.
The only game Michigan ever
lost by failing to count on the
point after touch down was

VARSITY FENCING
All men interesting in Varsity
fencing .should report at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon in the
auxiliary gymnasium of the In-
tramural building.
Coach John Johnstone

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