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October 01, 1929 - Image 9

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
E PICKS THIRTY-IVE PLAYERS FOR "A" S

Win Double

Header

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL

QUITS MICHIGAN.

- All candidates for freshman
football report to Jim Miller
Only Two Men, Hudson and Wills, at Yost Feld House between
Receive Slight Injiuries two and five o'clock this after-
In Double Header noon. First practice will be
held today.
HOLD LIGHT PRACTICE Coach Miller
Applying the paring knife to __
Michigan's 1929 gridiron squad,
Coach Harry Kipke reduced the
personnel of the "A" team to 35
players yesterday after watching
the candidates perform in two
weeks of practice culminating in
the double header against Albion SHOWN VVLL IN PLAY
and .Mount Union last Saturday. __
Those players cut from the first While the membeis of the 1929
ean willremaen on the "B" squad Wolverine Varsity and freshman
under the tutelage of Coach Ray goftam<$;otwnan ao
F h golf teams did not win any major i
Courtwrighta tournaments during ,he past sum-?
The A team will be composed mer, many of them performed bril-1
of seven ends, six tackles, six liantly in such competition as they1
guards, three centers, two quarter-ienr
backs, eight halfbacks, and three Dae ar}tic Sadideenter.A a
fullbacks. All the layers retained Dave Ward, twice State'Ama-s
p h st te t ur champion and leading light ofI
on the Varsity with the exception *:r' at er' ariy emld h
of Morrison, injured fullback and lasi year's Varsity team, led the
R>c akesw evc nSt qualifiers for the State crown for s
Roach, a tackle, saw service in Sat- f . b the second time in two years at the
urday'sts vig the cut are twGrosse Point Country Club, only to
Thsesrvvngte u aelose during the match play.t
Inds: Captain Truskowski, Dravel- loWarduplygdthe numbrhopley. i
ing, Daniels, Hewitt, Jones, Corn- d y n r ex
well, Sikkenga; tackles: Poorman bition matches during the yacation,t
wellSikknga;tackes: oormn, 4notable among which was a matchIr
Auer, Bergman, Hayden, Roach, played at Kent in Grand Rapidsa
Gitman; guards: Poe, Steinke, with last year's Varsity captain,
Samuels, Sorenson, Parker, Grin- Johnny Bergelin and two of the
nell; centers: Bovard, Brown, JOE TRUSKOWSKI best women stars in the country,
Smith; quarterbacks: Simrall, Hol-- Varsity football captain, who is Helen Hicks and Virginia Van Wie,
land; halfbacks: Dahlem, Heston, expected to figure prominently in Miss Van Wie and Ward won this
Holmes, Hudson, Priest, Wheeler, Michigan's offensive game this match from their opponents, with,
Wills, Wilson; fullbacks: Gembis, year. "Truck" is generally accred- Ward scoring a 73 for low score.
LaJuenesse, Morrison.mI ited as being one of the" best de- Johnny Howard, diminitive star
Thirteen of the remaining Var- fensive flankers in Western foot- from Kalamazoo, went to the semi-s
sity players are lettermen from last ball; few gains being- made around finals in the Western Michigan3
season. The 1929 "A"' squad will, his end. amateur tournament.
contain an unusually large number - end._amateurtournament-
of sophomores, 16 of the men hav-
ing played on last year's freshman WOLVERINE BALL CLUB OUTPLAYS
team. Wilson, Gitman, and Berg- OPPONENTS ON INVASION OF JAPAN
man wire members of the 1928 "B" ON
team. @practice before starting actual
Yesterday's session was devoted Flushed with victory over the play.j
to a light drill, the coaches endeav- greatest college teams that Japan Only one change was noticeable
orirg to correct the faults evi- I has to offer, and the cream of the in the Wolverine lineup, the sub-I
dehced in last Saturday's two amateur, railroad, Navy, and stitution of Centenni, erstwhile
eralewThepeasnrenheardusevAmerican Legion teams on the west shortstop and pinch hitter, for
al drily Simrand Wheeler, tHud coast of the United States, the Reichman behind the bat. Reich-
signal drill. Simrall, Wheeler, Hud- baeaItemriheUiesiyo an had been conceded the job as
son, and Gembis comprised the first baseball team of- the University o mnhdbecoeedteoba
string backfield. d Michigan is returning to this coun- Joe Truskowski, the regular back-
illsrn afbch oy try with a record of seventeen vic- stop, was forced to remain at home'
Wills, a halfback was the onlytories, five defeats and two ties in order to be ready for the football
casualty of the initial encounters,t s d- campaign.
sistaining a wrenched back that i The Michigan team, chanpions
nay keep him on the sidelines for of the Western' 'Conference for the Ten of Michigans seventeen vic-
.. fw i.n la,,ae,- ,am, a nast two seasons. was reeeived with (Continued on Page Ten)

NET TEAM TO START
WORK TI FENO
Regular Varsity tennis practice
for Michigan's championship de-
With nearly a half century of fending court squad will commence
prominence in track athletics at this afternoon and will continue
his back Stephen J. Farrell, Michi- through the month of October and
gan coach, has announced that he the early days of November. Sugh
is ready to retire. The veteran was the first announcement of
mentor will tutor the Wolverine Coach Henry G. Hutchins on tak-
trackmen one more year and then ing up the active charge of the
step aside from active contact work Wolverine net destinies after a year
with his loved sport. of absence.
Back of these coaching days is a Fall tennis practice which has in
brilliant record of competitions in the past always been a more or less
which Farrell ran first as an ama-' .
ter ad ten as a nal, impromptu affair will assume a
raiur an aen as a professional, more serious aspect this year. A
and making several successful fo ranking of 16 Varsity squad mem
eign invasionsers has ben drawn up and these

STATISTICS OF GAME

First Downs
Michigan 13, Albion 3.
Michigan 7, Mt. Union 2.
Forward Passes
Michigan: Attempted 17, c
pleted 11 for 167 yards
Albion: Attempted 2.
Michigan: Attempted 16, C
pleted 8 for 107 yards.
Mt. Union: Attempted None.

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Av
Michigan
yards.
Michigan
yards.
Michigan
yards.
Michigan
yards.

verage on Punts

32 yards,

Albion

35 yards, Mt. Union

Penalties
50 yards,

Albion

40 yards, Mt. Union 45

Yards Gained from Rushing
Michigan 260 yards, Albion 14
yards
Michigan 296 yards, Mt. Union
47 yards.

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To Our Old Friends
and
The Class of 1933
we extend our most cordial

greetings

and best wishes

for an enjoyable and suc-
cessful year here at Michi-
gap-i
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