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ZLVERINE FOOTBALL CAPTAIN
PROVES MOST VERSATILE ATHLETE

FORHARAHOTILT
Squad Cut to 28 Men Emphasiz-
es Passing and Kicking
in New Plays.
SCRIMMAGE FRESHMAN
With a multitude of 1"side line"
coaches over the country straining
to pour forth criticism of his first
year as a head coach at Michigan,
Coach Kipke is continuing a sys-
tematic search for a winning foot-
ball combination during the period
before the Harvard game. There
was nothing -panicky nor frantic
about the Wolverine practice ses-
sion yesterday afternoon.
As a first step in the program for
the next two weeks, during which
the Maize and Blue have no game
and must prepare to withstand the
successive thrusts of Harvard, Min-
nesota, and Iowa, the Michigan
Varsity was administered another
cut which brings the squad to the1
more practical number of 28 men.'
Yesterday special attention was.
being given Daniels in an attempt]
to see just what he is capable of]
doing in the line of passing and
kicking. Just what use for him'
Coach Kipke has in mind is some-
thing of a question but he appears
to, be a fair punter and a better
passer.
During the early part of the prac-
tice session, Coach Kipke was aided
by Professor Yost in sending the
ends and backfield men through a
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CONFERENCE STANDINGS.
WL r T Pct.
Purdue..........2 0 0) 1.000
Ohio Mtate......2 0 1 1.000
Minnesota . .....1 0 0 1.000
Illinois ..........1 0 1 1.000
Iowa.........1 1 1 .500
Northwestern .. . .1 1 0 .500
Chicago ........1 1 1 .500I
Indiana ........0 1 1 .000
Wisconsin .......0 2 0 .006
Michigan.......0 3 0 .000
MAJOR LEAGUE TEAMS
ENTER TRADING PERIOD
Many major league clubs are re-
vamping their lineups for the ap-
proaching season. One instance of
this is the numerous changes made
in managers. For instance the re-
moval of Donie Bush from the Pir-
ates to make way for Jewel Ens and
the immediate signing of Bush by
the Chicago White Sox.
┬░Dan Howley, newly appointed
manager of the Cincinnati Reds,
has signed two American League
castoffs, Harry Heilman and Bob
Meusel. ie has done this in order
to provide more hitting power for
his team.
The Cubs, National league cham-
pions, are not satisfied with their
laurels, but have dug down into
Wrigley's pocket to buy Lester Bell,
former Card and Brave third base-
man, to cover third base in place
of McMillan, whose hitting is rather
erratic.

A made over center, wingman, Teaming with Bo Molenda, Truk,
and finally backfield star and proved one of the best of state highI
signal caller Joe Truskowski, Var- scheol catchers and played no
sity grid captain is surely one of small part in bringing to North-
the most versatile Wolverine ath- eastern city diamond laurels.
letes of all times. Reporting in the fall of 1926,
Three years of football, three Truskowski drew the Varsity center,
years of basketball, and two years post on Michigan's championship
of baseball competition as a Mich- eleven. Not returning to school in
igan performer is the record which 1927, Truk was elected to team with
"Truk" bids fair to compile in] Leo Draveling as Varsity end in
Western Conferencce sport circles. 1928. This year Joe as captain has
Still more remarkable is the fact tried his hand at a hblfback post l
that the husky and has shown himself to bel
s D e t r o i t er has valuable as a line smasher, a pass-
ular down a reg- er and signal caller.
ular position on ---_-
each of these
teams with the
exception of 1927
basketball team .
when Joe, as a -A.T
Sophomore, was ar
substitute on the
~ Mather coached
h a m p i onship fFacing the problem of replacing
seam. # four good men who were lost toI
Michigan's lat- the team by graduation last year,
'-ruskowski est paralell to Coach Matt Mann has been drilling
Kipke and Oosterbaan asa three his swimmers ever since the first;
sport man boasts a superlative of the season in an effort to build!
high school athletic record. At up another winning combination.
Detroit Northeastern Truskowski In addition to Dick Spindle, who
earned letters in football, basket- captained last year's outfit, Mann
I ball, and baseball. In football Joe lost Segar, Watson, and Hubble by
was named on the all-City football'the graduation route. All of them;
team in his senior year and in igood men, Michigan will feel their'
basketball he was selected on the I loss keenly unless some new talent is
second all-city basketball team. uncovered. Garnet Ault, expert back.
No similar selection is made in'stroke artist, has been elected as
baseball but in this sport the Fal- captain of this year's team.
I con star proved a star performer. Since school opened the squad has
c! n s(___prove___been working out on the outdoor
track, in the handball courts, and
ARMY AND NAVY HEADS, in the pool. Beginning this week,,
WILL MEET THIS WEEK however, every afternoon will be
spent in swimming practice.
S(iy Associated Press) Although the men have been
( o rworking out several weeks, no data
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28. - Major is available as yet as to the per-
General Williams R. Smith. super- sonnel of this year's team or as to
intendent of the West Point Mili- I any promising material that may
tary academy, and Rear Admiral have been uncovered.
Samuel S. Robinson, of the Anna- No Bi Ten schedule will be drawn
polis Naval academy, will meet here No Big Tece e will be Can
this week to discuss their long ! en coaches will meet in Chi-
standing football differences, cago for that purpose. Although
Secretary Good reiterated today. several practice meets with ou_ide
however, that suggestions that the teams will be held, Michigan's op-
two academies would resume their ponents have not been ciefinitely
football relations, suspended since determined as yet.
1927, in a post-season game this
year were absolutely unfounde ' N E W YORK - Coach Chick
As far as West Point, is concern- Meehan of New York University
ed, he said, such a game is out of will keep Dave Myers, negro back-
the question and it would be fool- field star, out of the game with
ish to attempt to arrange it. Georgia November 9.

-.;JAPANESE SHOW FINE SPIRIT
TOWARD WOLVERINE INVADERS!
CS n "Wnen the apanese have a guest island, and every form of entertain-
no task is too great, no gift to large ment possible were showered upon
if it will help satisfy the visitor's them by the Japs in an effort tok
,1 g~ightest wish", was the opinion ex- make their stay enjoyable. very
pressed by Bill Mc Afee after a town or university which Coach
summer spent in playing baseball Fisher's team visited presented the'
mI in Japan with the Michigan team. squad with some token of their es-
The average American must travel teem and made the American feel
in Japan to be able to understand that they owned the country.
By Edward L. Warner. the extent of their country, the Sportsmanship Fine
Le-n r z n T J'+ rin ~m~v Wnl l[P'1nif- Prit r

YEARL1N Is APPEAR
SOMEWH YAT 1AE
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Coach Fisher Drills Squad on
Fundamental Points
of Football.
TURNOVER IS VERY POOR
Coach Ray Fisher has assumed

ielctig i. Yost onice remxarkect;wvervineu rJI~AIIr1 s U. Particularly impressed on the cha of the frhm fooball
that Michigan had won so many If the men on the baseball team minds of the visiting athelets was ta arge hoietrn reno aa
Conference titles, that if the Wol- mentioned that they would like to the sportmanship of their hosts, team after his return from Japan
verines failed to win a champion- see anything arrangements would both on the field and in the stands. and is drilling the squad on Sunda-
ship for the next 60 years, they be promptly made so that their The Japanese baseball fan likes mentals. Last night a part of them
would still have their share of ath- wish could be fulfilled. Dinners, fair play, and will applaud a good were kicking and the rest were
letic spoils. The present football theatre parties, excursions to the showing whether it his team or passing. After a short signal drill
team seems to be following out this various points of interest on the the opponent who makes it. On the the squad was sent over to scrim-
a, considering the season so -_diamond the Japs are always cour- mage the Varsity and succeeded in
far. -ii ii in teots and will not indulge in any holding them well.
i wIh unnecessary roughness. One thing The freshman squad appears to
Illinois has annexed n.rly which the American players learned be very poor this year, there being
as many titles as the Maize !nbefore they set foot on Japanese soil a small turnout and the material
and Blue, but the Illini had was that the fans there would not that has turned out is very light.
no such charitable view of last stand any arguing with the umpire, In addition they appear to be. slow,
Saturday's game. The In- . and as a result the Wolves were and, lacking in the fundamentals.
dians have won the last two I(' able to make a much better impres- ! No good, punter has been discover-
Conference grid titles, and sion than some of the other Ameri- ed, but there are a few who can
they are intent upon making it SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 29 can teams which have played in pass fairly well.
three straight if some one can Knute Rockne's trip with hisIJapan. There is one thing in their favor
drop Minnesota and Purdue Notre Dame football team to, Great interest in baseball was and that is their fighting spirit
from the race. Pittsburgh last week for the Car- displayed there according to Mc- and their adeptness at picking up
negie Tech game has aggravated Afee. On two occasions at Meiji the necessary fundamentals. There
The huge Illinois band of 210 ! the blood clot on his knee from and at Waseda they played before are a few good men distributed
pieces spelled out various "Wel- which he has been suffering for larger crowds than were at the among the general run.
come" formations before the several weeks. Absolute rest and i World Series game at Philadelphia. j They have two games scheduled
game and between halves for the quiet has been prescribed and he At another time while playing Keio with the. physical eds this year, one
edification of the Homecoming may be unable to resume active di- there were 10,600 spectators des- being on Friday before the Minne-
crowd last Saturday. Neariy ev- eection of Notre Dame football ac- pite a heavey rain. sota game and one the following
eryone had his name in human tivities for two or three weeks. Michigan Grads Help. Wednesday, before the Iowa game.
print except Joe Truskowskl. The He will not accompany the team The Michigan grauates, both na- These games will bring out the ma-
Maize and Blue blowers, handi- to Atlanta this week end for the j tive and American in Japan joined terial in the freshman ranks, as
capped by smaller numbers, con- Georgia Tech game. together in showing the Michigan I many of the good freshman are in
fined their orthography to six and Tom Lieb, assistant coach, will team a good time, with Mr. Edwin 1 the Physical Education school.
eight letter words. j have charge of the Notre Dame N. Neville, acting American Ambas-
squad until Rockne has recovered. sador to Japan, himself a Michigan I ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Rear Admiral
Belevete mor ve ichigan In recent weeks Rockne has been graduate in 1907, playing a leading Robinson of Annapolis and Gen-
watching the practice sessions from role. Several banquets in honor of
out of their last 11 Conference an automobile and giving orders the visiting team were arrangedral W. R. Smith of WestPoint
games. Since the Illinois de- through an amplifying set. He was by their countrymen, while the Ja- will meet at Washington next week
feat of 1927, the Wolverines in a wheel chair for the Carnegie 'panese people who had been on the to discuss the renewal of athletic
(Continued to Page 7, Col. 2) Tech game. (Continued to Page 7, Col. 4) relations at the two academies.

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