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THE'MICH.I.GAN

DAILY

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VARSITY WILL NOOT SCRIMMAGE TODAYC D

PACTICEGO T
Condition of Players and FieldI
Would Not Warrant Game;
Work on Passing.
AL STEINKE REPORTS

Coach Harry Kipke

announced

yesterday that the scrimmage
schedule for this afternoon between
the Wolveric ."B" and Varsity
grid teams had been called off.-
The Michigan mentor feels that
the weather has been such the pasi
few days that the field would be irt
no shape to play footbll on, anc
in addition the entire squad is re-
covering from bruises sustained
when the team was put through a'
long tackling drill on the hazrd dirt
of the Field House Thursday after-
noon.
Work on Passing.
Kipke did not send his menI
through any rough work yesterday,
but rather concentrated on check-j
Ing up -on his plays, sending the
backs and ends through a long '
drill on passing. Daniels, Cornwell,a
Draveling, and Hewitt were on the
receiving end of most of the heaves
by Gembis, Truskowski, and Wheel-
er, although during the course ofj
the workout the ends also took aj
turn at hurling the oval,
From indications evidenced dur-
ing the past week of practice
Wheeler and Wilson may get al
chance to prove their worth againstj
Harvard, since Coach Kipke stateds
that if they continued to improve
they would * probably get in the
game. There is liklihood as well I
that Michigan will present two full-
backs when the Crimson invade the
new Stadium a week from today,
with Gembis and Morrison getting
the call.
.ovard at Center.
Rumors that Bovard was to be!
replaced by either Truskowski or
Auer were promptly spiked by
Kipke who stated that one of these
men might act as an alternate to
the veteran pivot man, but that
Bovard was still the Varsity center.
Al Steinke, who has been kept
from practice all week due to an in-
jury sustained at Illinois made an
appearance at the Field House last
night, but did not get into uniform.
for hard work, although he will be.
in condition to play next Saturday.
His return to the team means that
Coach Kipke will present prac-
tically the sahe line against Ha-
vard which started at Champaign.

'LUSBY TO PLAY 'TULANE TO ENCOU
QUARTER TODAY
r eAS GEORGIA TE
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 1.-Ernioe
Lusby, running, passing and punt- (Conti~pued Fromi Page Six) 1
ing halfback, who showed against Southern football which hash
Iowa, for the first time this season, aroused so much interest of date
the form which made hin the sen- with Tulane, Tennessee, Georgia.
sation of the 1928 team, may di- and Florida evidently the class of'
reet the University of Wisconsin the crop will again hold much in-
eleven in its last ditch fight against terest. Two of the outstanding'
Purdue's unbeaten cohorts today. leaders, Georgia and Tulane, will!
Lusby was calling the signals in stake their claims this afternoon inj
Tuesday's and Wednesday's Badger the former's bailiwick. In the out-
workout and surprised the few standing, intersectional test of theI
scribes present attthe practice by day the much advertised Notre
the fire and sharpness with which1 Dame Ramblers will meet Georgia
he handled the team. Ai season Tech on the southern turf.
Badger supporters have been wait- So determined are the Rockne-
ing for Lusby to flash the speed and i men to get even for last year's de-
elusiveness which characterized his feat that it has been announced by
play as a sophomore. He has play- the South Bend authorities that
ed good ball but, up to a week ago, eighty-four players will make the
could not seem to hit the high trip to Atlanta for the game with
notes. Tech. Ti.ep Georgians are in goodI
In the Iowa game, however, the trim and it is reported that Coach
Chicago lad gave his best ex.hibi- jAlexander will run his machine;
tion of the - year, driving off the wide open in an 'effort to make it
tackles as 'never before and play- two straight oyer the Northerners.
ing a nice all around game. Con- Many Uoast Headliners.
sidering the way he was rushed!I
by the Hawkeye tackles, his kick- 4n the Pacifc Coast the South-
ing and passing were also except ern California-California classict
onallygheads the list. Tied by St. Mary's
Coach Thistlethw aite has dele early in the season California will
gated the signal calling duties to attempt to upset the conqueror of
Lusby..this week, evidently because Stanford in the game which shoul&
of a doubt that Sammy Behr, reg- settle coast gridiron supremacy for
ular quarterback, will be able tohe year. In the other headlers
play against Purdue. Behr has tanford takes on California Tech,
been in the infirmary since the I Oregon meets Cglifornia Southern.
Iowa game under treatment for an and Washington State draws Ore-
old injury, aggravated by a savage gonlAges.
tackle in that fray. If Sammy does Army, still spellbound from her
play against Purdue, he may not: rebound into defeat after virtual-
last long-hence the grooming of ly a sure Win over Yale last week,
Lusby for the pilot's job. will take up the fight against
Aside from this move, no other South Dakota on the plains of West
changes seem to be contemplated Point. The Army mule goaded as
by the Badger staff for the home- it was last week will probably ride,
coming battle. Gantenbein, in- to an impressive win over the
jured left end, is back in a suit but'__
is not permitted to scrimmage and
can hardly be in the best of shapet F h
this week end. Fresh

JNTER GEORGIA
-CH MEETS IRIS

TRIO OF BIG TEN
GAMES ON TODAY
SHe;
(CQ itinued From Page Sjx)

- will proiabliy do much the same
Westerners. In the other service ti-ill r~al omcltesm
clash the Navy will be theunderdog thig to the Badger -line as theyi
adid to-Michigan's only on a slightly
smaller scale. An upset may occurI
i Franklin field. ; in this game but it will have to ap-
Holy Cross, winner over MaiĀ° proach the impossible.
quette, will have her hands full Rivalry extending over a period
against Brown this - week-end, but of 22 years is lending a glamour to!
will be a slight favorite. Harvard the Illinois-Northwestern game and
will entertain the hosts of Florida, should put both. teams on edge for
recent winner over Georgia, at this afternoon's encounter. Both
Cambridge. Williams will be a fa- elevens have won one game but the
vorite over her old rival Union isi Illini tied Iowa while Northwestern
one of the features of the smaller; lost to Minnesota, thereby putting
colleges play. the two rivals on about a par.
Detroit Seeks Twenticth. The Wildcats have not won a
Kansas threatens the Cornhusk- game from the Illini during the
ers of Nebraska in the feature of past 17 years during which time
the Valley contests. Utah, reign- the Zuppkemen annexed seven vic-
ing monarch of the Rocky Moun-jtories. This year the chances are
tain conference, should find little not unthinkable that the North-
difficulty in upsetting, Brigham ; western fans may have an oppor-
Young. j tunity to celebrate a long looked for
Detroit will meet a hardy foe in and highly desirable victory.
Marquette but should come When Indiana goes to Minneap-I
through to hr twentieth straight olils today to tackle the* monarchs
win. The Columbia-Cornell tilt of the north, they will have all of
which is arousing much interest in the odds against them. While the
the Empire State will find one of Gophers have only one victory in
the closest games of the day. Big Ten competition and that
Michigan State, after an im- against Northwestern, they showed
pressive win over North Carolina, plenty of potential and actual
should knock off Case. Villanova, strength and should prove too pow-
one of the more powerful of the erful for the light Indiana eleven.
smaller colleges, will be watched in' Today's encounters will give the
her expected win over Oglethorpe. leading scorers of the Conference a
1chance.to increase their leads over
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