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October 31, 1929 - Image 6

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!lTRURSDAY, OC!TOBER -31, M9O

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WOLVERINE

GRIDMEN

WORK

BEHIND CLOSED GATES

TEAM ISDRILLED
Gembis Polishes up Place Kicks;
Norm Laniels Continues to
Practice Punting.
HOLD LONG SCRIMMAGE
Michigan's newly abbreviated
gridiron squad was sent through a
Tong aigd ardous session yesterday
afternoon with the gates of old
Ferry field closed to the passesby.
Taskmaster Harry Kipke and his
staff of assistants gave evidence
that Michigan will be ready to
open a bag of passing tricks against
H{arvard when the :easterners in-
vade Ann Arbor a week from Sat-
urday. Straight football has been
the only offensive play which Mich-
igan has shown any aptitude for in
the games this year.
But there promises to be a change
in things when against the wear-,
ers of the.Crimson. Working in the
shelter of closed gates, the Michi-
gan coach drilled his performers in
the art of scoring plays whieh bear
little -resemblance to the straight
variety- of play which the Wolver-
ines have shown this year.
Individual drills saw Joe Gembis
polishing up his talented place
knicking knack from various an-
gles. Director Yost was again in
evidence pointing out the high
points of the art of punting to
Norm Daniels who spent most of!
the afternoon entertaining Ducky
Simrall with his high driving punts.'
The blond Wolverine safety man
turned in beautiful exhibitions of
handling the tricky spirals.
The entire "A" squad, depleted
by the removal of Holmes, Gitman,
Bergman, Wills, Grinell, §ikkenga,
and Brown to the "B" team, after
a short drill in the fundamentals,
went into an extended dummy
scrimmage.
Off tackle and guard thrusts
proved the order of this session,
with Wheeler, Gembis, Morrison,
Hudson, and Wilson performing
the ball carrying duties. Acting
Coach Harvey Emery was much in
evidence and was able to give his'
forwards first hand infoirrration
with the tackles and guards com-
ing in for most of the instruction.
doled out by the former Tiger star.

Coach of Ramblers
in Serious Condition

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SPORT STAFF TRYOUTS
Any sophomores or second
semester freshmen desirous of
trying out for the sport staff of
The Daily are asked to report
between 3 and 5 o'clock any aft-
ernoon at the publications
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GEMBIS PROVES TO BE STEADY
NA MPLAYER; FORTE IS GOAL-KICKINGS
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Gditor's Note-This is the sec~-i Ohio State dedication game which *
fa series of shor articles kept him from playing the rest ;
T concernsg the Michigan football of that season. Last year, however.

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Knute Rockne.
Famous coach of the Notre Dame
Ramblers, who is seriously ill from
a blood clot on the knee. His ill-
ness was very much aggravated by
his trip with the team to Pitts-
burgh, where his team beat Car-
negie Tech, 7-0. Carnegie Tech
beat the Irish last year when
Rockne was absent from the scene
and this year he vowed not to let
a wheel chair keep him from the
game.
BEHAVIOR OF WOLI
REVEALED IN L
* Michigan's baseball team on re-
turning to Ann Arbor from Japan
had only the most favorable com-
ment to make on the sportsmanship
of their hosts abroad and also ex-
pressed the hope and conviction
that the Japanese people held much
the same opinion of them. Lately
information has been coming to in-
dividuals in the United States
from across the Pacific which re-
moves all doubt that the Maize
and Blue .nine was both impressive
and admirable.
While in Japan the Wolverines,
besides making the best record of
any American team to invade
Japan, left an impression behind
hemthat was somewhat contrary
totht a.deb alae umero

uui kuig. rreioius experience msSquad Jincreased to orty-Eght players. Another will appear in an Ine piayea i nearly evry game
desirable but not requisite r Men as Coaches and it was his work to a large ex- o a c Courtriht Prepares
deirb Edward L. Warner tent which started Michigan on its Squad for Encounter With
Season Opener. Three Yard Joe" Genbiso brilliant recovery.
EAR N CR , one Ypsianti.
MEALIG COSECONTY of the steadiest and most dependa - Against the title-bound Blin, Yslni
P PEbleENlayersEXPRIENCEDoMENoFE\verse f Joe sent the ball between the cross HOLD SIGNAL PRACTICE
PROSPECTS ENCOURAGING " qawievr edmmk bars for a field goal which proved___
With the Varsity wrestling squad ing a brilliant run or catching a Jo be the only score of the game,
Coach Ted Hornberger believes increased to 48 men the Wolverine difficult pass is counted as one of and the only time which Illinois With the transfer of seven mee-
that this ' Fresh mat coaches have begun work in the main cogs in the Michigan was defeated during the season. bers of the Varsity to .the "B" team
cross earnest for the season opener backfield combination. When a This is Gembis' last season of squad, the hopes of the Junior Var-
country team is one of the best against Princton. Inexperience will few yards are needed for a first Varsity competition in football as sity took a decided turn for the bet-
that Michigan has seen in several be the chief worry for Coach Keen down. or a rival back must be stop- he will graduate from the Literary ter yesterday. turnfo thembet-
regularly, but somen rthese will to contend with unless some more ped, it is usually the powerful full- college in June. are expected to lend a new punch,
undoubtedly be cut from thesquad iexperienced men turn out for the back who performs the trick. both on the offense and defense, to
soon.uteam. .Coming from Vicksburg, Michi- ILLINOIS - NORTHWESTERN Coach Courtright's charges, and
-Captain Hewitt, Kelly, and Par-!gn hr;ewntre etr nCahCurrgtscags n
On the trial run last Friday the ker are the onl lettermen avail- football andtkherete and foursi ENCOUNER IS SELLOUT change them rofm a mediocre team
leader, Braden, made fast time, able unless McGilliard, who won t a good one.
running the 2.7 mile course in his "M" in the 115-pound class last baseba 11(sanadtoTheil) The seven players who
.-basketball, Genm-(S'iltoTeIai)Tesvnpyrswo eei-
15:49. The next nine men came in year decides to turn out for pra- bis nearly six EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 31.-, volved in the transfer were Berg-
as follows: Hill, Howell, Haley, Al- tice, while Swanston, another man feet tall a n d Northwestern vs. Illinois appears to man, Holmes, Gitman, Grinell,
Ien, Leiter, Simpson, Darrow, with competitive experience behind be a football dish entirely suitable Brown, Sikenga, and Wills. Mov-
White, Bedenich. hmi loaogtemsig weighing about'jBon ikna n il.Mv
Hon er yhanhim is also among the missing. a2 0 0 p o u n d ,to the taste of middle western ing Danny Holmes to the "B"
yHornberger says that in all prob- Hewitt Back n i28 Pound Massi entered the Un- fans. For the second time in the squad was a surprising moc on the
ability the record made last year In the 128-pound division Hewitt, iversity with a space of three seasons the Illini part of Coach Kipke, as he was
m by Fitzgibbons will be lifted by this an Olympic man is expected to give * prep school re- will pack a capacity crowd of 50,- thought to have a position an the
j year's Freshman harriers. The final a good account of himself during cord rivaled only 000 into Dyche staudium Saturday ,t he
run .will be held shortly before the coming season, and Joe Woodi b Bennie Oos- No other team has been able to doVarsiy cined.
Thanksgiving and will decide ard has been conceded the edge in terbaan. this. Even the intersectional clash All of the other men shifted to
which 10 men will receive their the 138 class so far this year. with Dartmouth last year failed to the "B" squad are linemen, Siken-
- class numeral sweaters. Silver cups Woodard wrestled against Chicago his numerals in draw a full house. ga being an end, Grinell a guard,
m will be awarded to the first three last season, and while he did not football, Gembis Agaih4 it will be Mills-Timm- (Continued to Page 7, Col. 3)
men to cross the finish line in this I win the match, he gave a good ac- took his place in Humbert and Walker that face the'
deciding race. There are also time count of himself. Joe Gembis t h e Wolverine Wildcats Saturday, with "Frosty Bri, rm ynwhs2
trials held every Friday at 4:30 Kelly in the 148 division has tak- backfield two years ago, only to Peters, Jack Lanum et al, thrown studios for the production of mo-
o'clock over the regular course. I en on weight over the summer and suffer a shoulder injury in the in for good measure. tion pictures.
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1ERINE TEAM' make the place, leaving Benz as the - .>.e. -.___.r .
ET TER FROM JAPAN Logical contender for a place on the
-- -- .__- JAPAN_ f (eam. Should Kelly be advanced
The following, taken from a tto the 158 pond weight he and
tParker, both lettermen will-be try-
ter received by Miss Stella Brunt ing for the same position. However
from a member of the faculty of Coach Keen will probably shift one
the Meijo University, Tokyo, gives {of them to a heavier weight in or-
ividence of the conduct of the der to get both of them into action. Did you ever stop to figure your footwear cost
icinSiegerfoos to Wrestle in 16.
Michigan nine. Last year Siegerfoos wrestled in or.a mileage basis? Why is'nt it logical? Buy a
"The Michigan team left a week two matches in the 168 'class, win- pair of our fine WALK-OVER Shoes and see
j ago last Friday. They've made the ning both of them, and he is looked how lung they wear. Then divide the cost
u best record of any team that has upon by the coaches as the most
likely to represent Michigan in that by the number of days you wear them. You'll
ever visited Japan from America. division this season. At 178 poundsst
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Their baseball record was good. I a new man will be used, with All
think they lost one to Waseda and Steinke, of football fame leading cot on this basis.
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very favorably commented on by Four men who are now out for
everyone. Uusually when teams, or football will fight it out for the un-
Americans in general for that mat- limited position, and while none of
ter, come to this country, they let them have had collegiate experi-°-
loose and go the limit in drinking ence Keen hopes to find a capable I BURTONS WALK-OVER SHOP
and other ways. Coach Fisher is a performer in either Dravelin, Auer,
good leader of the boys, and the Morrison, or Sorenson. 115 SOUTH MAIN STREET
'boys while they were here went the__
straight and not too narrow road." Children of Venice, Italy, recently"-'--"____________________ ______
This extract also indicates that had the thrill of their young lives
(Continued to Page 7, Col. 2) . when they saw their first horse.
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Because of the small number of Orient. -The members of the team
prisoners, Plymouth and Exeter, and their leader, Coach Fisher, un-
England, will combine and use only officially and, perhaps, unwitting-
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