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SUNDAY, NOYEM1ER 3, 1929

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OVERWHELM

WOLVER INE RUNNERS,

40-15

FITZGIBBDNS LEADSICAPTAINS TEAM

MICHIGAN AND PRIT
FIRST INTERSEC

kh~snci.ic l' rC33 Phota
Bull Brownj
Captain of this year's Vanderbilt1
eleven is playing a stellar game at
guard for Dan McGuigin. Vander-;
bilt is 'enjoying a successful sea-
son as usual and is a threat to the
members of the Southern Confer-]
ence. In its only intersectional
game this season they were deci-
I sively defeated by Coach Spears'
bruising squad from Minnesota.
Brown is one of the mainstays on1
the Vanderbilt line and is already
mentioned as a possibility on the
many mythical elevens.
BASKETBALL ,[CUP!
(Special to Daily)
MADISON, Wis. - Basketball l
players of the University of Wis-1
consin have a new incentive to put f
some plus effort into their train-(
ing through the receipt here Tues-
day of the splendid Allerton trophy1
emblematic of the western confer-'
ence championship.
This magnificent sterling silvert
cup, three feet in height, was
placed in competition three years
ago. Last season, Doc Meanwell'st
cagers divided championship hon-
ors with the University of Michi-
gan, which has held the cup since 1
last spring. It will now remain in
Wisconsin's custody until the end,
of the coming season.t
With but two returning veteranst
and not a single man over six feet
tall in his present squad, Coach
Meanwell is pessimistic regarding!
Wisconsin prospects. The Badger j
players, however, have registered a
resolve not to surrender the Aller-c
ton cup without a battle.
IOWA CITY, Nov. 2,-With 14 of-
fices to be filled in the election next1
spring, elections of nominees forr
the 1930 ticket of the Alumni asso- I
ciation of the University ci Iowa
now are being made, according toI
announcement from F. G. Higbee,!
executive secretary.
At the directors' meeting here
last week, the 11 mombers of the-
nominating committee were in-x
structed to proceed with the selec-
tions.

According to data recently un-
covered in the Princeton University
files The Tiger can lay joint claim
with Michigan to the distinction of
having engaged in the first inter--
sectional football contest to be
played in the United States. The
two schools mixed November 4,
1881, with Princeton emerging from
the game on the long end of a 13-4
score.
The account of the game was
found in an old scrapbook contain-
ing newspaper slippings which had
been presented to Princeton by a
member of the class of 1882. The
account read: "The day was c ar,
the grounds in good condition, but
the weather was exceedingly cold.
This combined withthe high wind
which prevailed during th'e entire
game rendered long-distance kicks
or passes unsafe. Except for the
absence of Horton of Michigan,
both teams were in full force."
The line-upis were:
Michigan-Forwards, Ayers, Cap-
tain Woodruff, Olcott, Wilson, Pit-
ney and Depuy; backs, Mahon, H.
G. Depuy, Dott, Wormwood;, and
Gilmore.
Princeton - Forwards, Stone,
Benton, Bickham, Rigs, Haxall,
and Captain Bryan; backs, Fell,
Peace, Baker, Harlan, and Burt.
Records here show that the Wol-
verinds met Princeton, Harvard,
and Yale in 1881, losing to Har-
GOPHERS TO MEET;
IOWA THIS WEEK
Victory May Go to Eleven With
Greatest Amount of Bone
Crushing Ability.
(Special to The Dail>
IOWA CITY - What happens
when two powerful attacks and a
pair of crushing lines are catapult-
ed against each other will be etch-
ed in bold outlines in the setting
of the new University of Iowa foot-
ball stadium one week from Sat-
urday.
That the balance of power - and
therefore the gane-will go to his
Hawkeyes and- not to the Univer-
sity of Minnesota eleven is the in-
tention of Coach Burton A. Ingwer-
sen.
So, in the unraveling of the prob-
lem of stopping the Gopher drive
and setting his own team's terri-
tory gaining machinery in motion,
the Hawkeye coach is stepping up
the speed of his preparations.
Minnesota sent a team to Iowa
City last fall with the same kind of
a driving and running attack., exe-
cuted by practically the same per-
sonnel. It was an attack which
out-gained the Hawkeyes. But the
game's break came late in the final
quarter-Hovde's 90 yard return of
an Iowa punt for a touchdown, and
Pape's 67 yard dash from scrim-
mage. Irving Nelson booted over
the extra point; Win Brockmeyer
failed-so Iowa won, 7 to 6.
Hovde is gone but Pape is very
much in evidence again this season
as the leading Iowa ground-gainer
and scorer. The other two actors
-Brockmeyer and Nelson - are
back in their familiar roles.
Iowa has lost McLain, the charg-
Continued on Page 7

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CETON PLAYED rPROBLEMS OF REBUILDING CLUBS
TIONAL GRID GAME CRIMSON COACH FACINGMAJOR LEAGUE MANAGERS
yard, 4-0, and to Yale 11-0. The several major problems are con- of bettering the White Sox, which
exact dates of these games are fronting new managers in the shouldn't be hard as they can't be
unknown, but if the Princeton American and National leagues as much Worse. The other, and more
claim; is valid the other games with { h take chasenf theirclb.iho'1,+^ t -.v.

the remaining schools of the "Big;
Three" were scheduled sometime
after November 4.
Princeton also claims to have
been a contestant in the first foot-t
ball. game to be played in. the
UnitedStates when they met Rut-
gers in 1869. The Rutgers eleven!

y ge - iulurutu task, is tnat of subDuing
During the trading season not one "The Great Art Shires." What
of the leaders just starting his
career in a new city will be con- means of accomplishing this al-
tent to sit back ancd take no part most impossible task Bush will take
in the transaction. i is a real problem.
In the first place each manager Bill Killefer runs into the prob-
must win the backing of the fans , lem at St. Louis of winning back
by ntit dof tr in L to tter the fans to his team. While the

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emerged victorious from this game uyaa-titauue 1 l trying g
6-4m his team, and in the second place
This game Was the last time that there is not one of them who has
the Tiger and Wolverine have inherited a club that needs no
tangled; although Michigan. played j strengthening.,
Yale again in 1883, losing 46-0. The > Perhaps the best example of that
Wolves. have met Harvard three is the.- New York Yankees. Easily
times in addition to 1881, in 1883, I the best team in the world two
1895, and 1914, losing each time, 'years ago, the Yanks have slumped
3-0, 4-0, and 7-0 to a point where they will have to
hustle to place second to the Ath-
letics next year, if as expected, the
Philadelphia team wins its second
I successive flag.
} \Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Tony (
Lazzeri, and Earl Combs are really
the only Yankees who can be sure
of holding down their positions
whenopening day rolls around. A
Matt Mann Will Pick Officials complete change in the personnel
for Fraternity Dual Associated s sPof the team is anticipated as Bob
- Wallace Wade Shawkey takes over the reigns left
Aquatic Events. Coach of Alabama's Crimson Tide, by the late Miller Huggins.
is npt enjoying'as successful a year Donie Bush faces a problem at
ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY as usual In a Southern Confer- Chicago. One of them is the task

club itself is very good, St. Louis at-
tendrance has fallen off to the point
where it is almost a negligible
quantity.
Dan Howley has already won the
plaudits of the Cincinnati fans by
purchasing three former American
league players who should help
considerably. Bob Meusel, forier
Yankee; Harry Heilmann, et-Tiger,
and Archie Campbell, also formerly
with the Yanks, all will be with
the Cincinnati 'club next season.
Gabby Street, newly appointed
Cardinal boss, faces the task of
staying within the good graces of
owner Sam Breadon, who thinks a
season is a total failure if he
doesn't have a new manager.
Street's team is mediocre and could
stand considerable improving, but
probably won't get it.
Ens, at Pittsburgh, finished last
season and so will not be classed as
a new manager. Last of all Bll
McKechnie, the late Cardinal
leader, will control the destines of
the helpless Boston Braves. If he
can do any better than ,Hornsby
Fuchs, Evers and the rest of his
predecessors have he deserves
credit. Somehow it seems as if Mc-
Kechnie always gets What he goes
after, and if such is the case it may
not be long before the Braves are
turning Out some good ball teams.

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y eonce game, they were defeated by
Officials for the dual swimming
meets which start this week will Tennessee's man mountains, 6-0.
be picked by the varsity swimming Wade has been unusually success-
coach, Matt Mann, who will also ful in turning out championship
have the final decision concerning teams the last few years, but his
the competitor's eligibility, it was luck seems to have changed. He is
announced by the Intramural de- known as one of the best coaches
partment. With speedball in the in the country.
semi-final stage and, volley wcg?.
started the department is endeav-
oring to stir up interest in aquatic
events. Entries for this sport close
on November 4 which leaves the
fraternities not already in the com-
petition only a few days to organ-
ize a team.
Phi Kappa Psi who seem to be
able to turn out good swimming } (Special to Daily)
teams year after year are back LAFAFETTE, Ind.-Purdue's on-
again this fall with the intention rushing eleven will make its first
of winning the trophy. They have home stand in . three weeks next
won three times in the last six Saturday when it meets Coach
years, the last two years in succes- Homer Hazel's University of Mis-
sion. Theta Chi runners up last sissippie combination. in an inter-
year are sure of putting' a strong sectional contest that gives prom-
aggregation in the field again this ise of developing into a battel of
year. power vs. speed. The Southern
Dual smimming consists of five Conference eleven, known as Ole
events, 25-yard style, 25-yard back Miss ,boasts a sturdy forward wall
stroke, 25-yard breast stroke, div- that is rated in the south as being
ing and a four-man relay team second only to Alabama's in power
race. Immediately following the ! and weight, and the ball carrying
swimming meet the two teams will ability of Purdue's brilliant ball-
play water p)lo. carrying combination is expected
Montague of Alpha Delta Phi to be tested to the limit in at-
holds the free style fraternity rec- tempting toAhwart the victory em-
ord with a mark of 13 4-5 seconds; bitions of the southerners.
Crego of Theta Chi and Gale Theta Mississippi packed a lot of poten-
Xi share the backstroke with a tial power at the start of the sea-
time of 13 4-5 seconds: Robinson of son as was evidenced in its great
Sigma Alpha Mu took first honors stand against Vanderbilt and Ala-
in the breaststroke with 14 415 bama, Ole Miss scoring earned
seconds; and Pottle won the diving touchdowns on both elevens, but'
contest. scoring 35 out of a possible Hazel's crew just reached its peak
40 points. , two weeks ago when it defeated
Phi Kappa Psi's relay team of Loyola, New Orleans, 26 to 24, in
I McGill, Hodgeson, Patton and Tar- one of the most spectacular battles
bill bettered the time of any of the in the south. The Southerners de-
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SIGMA DELTA PSI
' All tryouts for Sigma Delta
Psi, national athletic fraternity,
must have health cafds before
participating in the various
events. These may be obtained
either from the Health Service
or from Dr. Lyman located at
the" Yost field house on Ferry
field.

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