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November 12, 1929 - Image 6

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S..THE MICHIAN. DAILY

HUDSON

LOST

TO

WOLVERINES

FOR

GOPHER

GAME

BIG HALiFBAC MA
BE OUTF YEAR
Varsity Goes Through Signals
in Preparation for
Spearsmen.
" P _
RESERVES SCRIMMAGE
Roy Hudson, 200 pound halfback,
whose 15 yard run against Harvardi
last Saturday put the ball in im-I
mediate scoring position early in
the second quarter, will not play
against Minnesota Coach Kipke an-
nounced yesterday. Two cracked
ribs and a pulled cartilage may
serve to keep the sophomore star
out of the game for the rest of the
season, but pending a final exam-
ination today no definite statement
of the extent of his injuries can
be made.
Hudson, a southpaw, has been
playing a brilliant game all sea-
son, his first on the Varsity, and if
he is forced to the bench for theI
Iowa game as well as the Minne-
sota, hi sloss will be -keenly felt.
Known especially for his shifty
open-field running, Hudson had the
added advantage of being able toj
pass and punt accurately from the
left side.
"Sol" suffered an injury to his
ribs while playing on the freshman
baseball team last spring and as
the tacklers bore down on him aft-
er his timely dash, the strain was
too great and the :mend gave way.
Simzrallagain calledupon the big
back to crash the Crimson line for
the first Wolverine score, and al-
though he drove over the final
chalk mark the force of the liar-
vard men hittng him forced him'
to leave the game with the result
that he will probably be lost to
Kipke for the rest of the season.
This loss, however, is the only one
which the Wolverine squad sus-
tained, an dlast night in signal
practice Coach Kipke sent the same
team through the drills which
started last Saturday. Daniels and
Wilson, both of whom made good
in their first appearance in a ma-
jor game were alternating with Joe
Gembis at one of the halfback
posts, but otherwise the line-up was
identical with the one which faced
the Crimson.
Sending the Varsity reserves' over
to South Ferry Field to scrimmageI
with a conglomerate freshman and1
junior Varsity team, Coach, Kipkel
spent the afternoon in brushing upl
his first string men on their old
plays and devising new ones to try
(Continued on Page 7, Col. 4) ,

PURDUE HAS YET TO OVERCOME Jf(DTMi BOVARD, VETERAN CENTER, WILLI
IOWA TO WIN CONFERENCE RACEIIJH FINISH ICAREER IN IOWA TUSSLE!
Big Ten gridiron dhampionship crushing blow to the mIn of Prince- ar e L fr n'ne $ --t"h; u now playing his third year s asO AR I1.LS
I gp to~l lwt h nO :n e Ccisu ie ucc riu i li cligni fot 1 nl pYgY a
laurels, the most cherished award ton two Saturday's ago.'____ iayces. Another will apc 1aa in ati early issu. member of .the Varsity with two__
in intercollegiate athletic circles, Hoosier football supremacy, of Superiority of Ypsilanti Eleven For three years one of the out- M's already tucked away. Last yearCFreyn s
are about to be heaped upon the such recent acquisition, enjoyed an- . . standing players on the Wolverine was his banner season and won . . i
n other week-end of success with' Is Shown by Statistics eleven, Alvan Bovard will finish his him recognition throughout the anld Fitzgibbns to Ffsh
s oP u o ei te Purdue upsetting the bid of Ole of Encounter. football career as a Varsity center country as one of the hardest play- Among Leaders.
the 30 years of Western Conference Miss, 27-7, while Indiana rested in against Iowa in Yost stadium. As ing centers in the game. Bovard r
competition. praparation for Northwestern tilt EAa veteran center he was one of the now weighs 190 pouns and has Michigan's Varsity cross country
At least such is the decision of next Saturday at Evanston. W main cogs about which the Maize weighed in each year just 10.pounds team is looking ahead to the Wis-
'he dptes._he ndf dand Blue machine has been built heavier than the year before, hav- consin meet this weeked with a lit-
the dope- ,,.,,The undeieatedtBrhaksweeketthe. Wmefforlthe
Boilermaker eleven, with impressive Scra ' f Breaks won the game or theIfar two seasons and will leave a mg started the 1927 season at 170 te more optimism than before.
'wins oeMiidoosiers Set Junior Varsity against Ypsilanti vacancy difficult to fill upon his pounds. They feel more self-confident since
n Mgf, and-for ildcat Encounter last week and Coach Coutright is graduation in June. Probably the high light of his5they beat out Illinois for second
Wisconsin already in the bag, faces, dril ln is charges n the full rou- Bovard p o s - performance in 1928 was in the place in the triangular meet held
its greatest threat in the "giant sesses an enyia- Ohio State game at Columbus last
t(hreatiinthe"giantjl D tine this week in preparation for ble athletic rec-year. In this game Bovard com-
killing" Iowa ocrew next Saturday BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 11.- the next- encounter with Western ord in high ipletely outguessed and com- a Fitzgibbons looks like the Wol-
at Lafayette. After a week's absence from the Normal this .ait.day at Ann Ar- school with 12 former All-American center and verines best harrier so far this sea-
Iowa, the perrenial wrecker of Big Ten scramble for positions in or. varsity letters to ,was down under punts in a man- son, having pushed the three Ohio
Gopher gridiron aspirations, turn- the final standing, Indiana again The Westei aNormal eleven re- h i, fo ner never equaled by any Wover- t
thd thnalstrickg;againnaSaturday echby fobl;ineo finish a ~ood fourth. "Fritz" is
edtc rciaanSaudy ytly held the Ypsilanieach mfootbal?,ine player that -season. Althouh
downing the undefeated Minnesot- returns to the Conference for Sat- centlyt hld tei aggega- basketball a n dless brilliant in the Iowa tilt, he Gust a sophomore and was running
t i ion to a 6 to 6 tie and should give i baseball. Al of noeteeshamsts first conference race. ~ustin,
ans, 9-7, in their third successive rday to meet the Northwestern th "B" te to n was nonetheless a most valuable one flst yereter maen turned
victory over their northern rivals. football team on its home field at during the cotest Saturday. The ithese let t er 5spart of a superior Michigan line. ine of las earslete men, turned
In addition to upsetting the "herd" Dyche stadium, Evanston. Indiana Junior arsity defeated the wr wn wile Bovard was somewhat slow get- coning in fifth at the end of th
the Iowans have a tie with Illinois, has two more games left on the Teachers, but it was a desperate I ting into his full stride this season
a win.tw oreeams Wisconsin, choo i andc, avemsinglere.
a win oyer Wisconshi, and a single 1ubattle during he last half with the eshoY.inftcand did not reach his full possi-
point lss to Ohio n their books 1929 schedule including Northwest- biities as a smashing center until NW that the team has had the ex-
this season in Conference competi- ern and .Purdue. oreind Ki , last Saturday against Harvard. Sat- perience of participating in a con-
,n. Iddout of dangerous territory and the Al Bovard Al attended Kis- urday's game found him in fine ference meet, they are out to give
tionh Ii- Indana has had a lot of hard -statistics gave the Teachers a wide ki prep school for one year and with a large percentage of the Wisconsin a hard fight. Although
The Iowa opposition will doubt- lc hssao oig a major por-,margin. 11e ter wnletesonrmtbl
less be, a tremendous hurdle to leap tion of its games, but the Hoosiers All of this is far from a discredit and basketball. tackles in his favpr. (Continued on Page 7, Col. 6)
for the Boilermakers. Nothing as have net more outstanding teams to the "B" team and in one sense After coming to the Universi
yet has been equal to the task of this season than any other Big Ten is quite a compliment. A team of Michigan he devoted all of his
halting Purdue's wonder backfield, member. To have defeated all op- tat is brainy and lert enough to athletic talents to football and isISTINCTIVE FWER
but in case such an upset is in or-.I ponents this year, Indiana wouldst n o4 o t
der championship consideration have downed some of the nations a game in which they were out- _________ __
will probably go into a three way leadingpcontenders. gmaied 249 yards to 84 an. 19first PHARMER STILL TOPS BIG
division with Northwestern, Minne- I Despite all the high .class com- I downs to four deserves plenty of 'IMD1 . ,
sota, and the Phelanmen sharing petition that the Hoosiers have credit, but on the other hand the TEN INDIVIDUAL SCORERS
the spoils. faced this season, they have not statistics are a danger signal it i to add A
With the exception of the Iowa- I yet been beaten by a margin of would be folly to disregard and Although Art Pharmer failed to add:
Minnesota upset, yesterday's con- mote than two touchdowns. The Coach Courtright is likely to take to his total of 49 points, the Min-
ference games ran true to form. worst that the Indiana first team no chances in developing more nesota backfield star still leads the
Northwestern capably flattened has been beaten is by Notre Dame, I power before the end of the week. Conference scring race.
Fessler & Co., 18-6, at the Ohio 14-0. The "A" Indiana team has I According to the dope, unreliable Western f e esog have Tollrs
stadium despite a 99-yard jaunt on scored 'in every game except the as it is may be, the Wolverine op- The jinx which Iowa seems to have en t #
the part of the Bucks' great flanker Notre Dame and Ohio State games. ponents this week will be, equally over the Goprers in upsetting the
for a touchdown after nabbing one I The latter game was a scoreless tie, as strong as the Ypsilanti eleven I title bound Swedes also restrained
of the Wildcats awry aerial at- Another national contender will be and capable of placing a slightlyPharmer's scoring proclivities. Russ "
tempts. Wisconsin climbed into win- met Saturday after next when the heavier team on the field Saturday.Phariner's cor-ng procWvities.TRus
ning column at the expense of Chi- j Hoosiers play the highly touted If the "B" team shows as much im- Bergherm, Northwestern's hard Oge AO nawpWirtn Spc
cago in a listless game, 20-6. Purdue scoring eleven. provement in the next week as they working fullback, reduced theBedc
Maintaining their proud record Indiana has the edge on North- did in the last week, and the cali- j Gopher's lead to five points by add- Grain. One Qf the outstandlng
over non-conference opponents western in the past three years, br of play is still such that this ing two touchdowns to his.total in 11F r
Illinois and Michigan levelled two In 1926, Tiny Lewis and his Pur- could S'le.quiteipossibleetheycwill the Wildcateviltyry ive'Blacktand
teams mentioned prominently for ple clad team mates romped to a not have to depend so extensively Op n eXC (ISE" y in a GC 00
national consideration in Army and 21-0 victory over Indiana. The fol- on the breaks for a victory. Captain Bill Glassgow of Iowa,_b
Harvard. Though the 17-7 win of lowing two years, however, North- -The work of the line against thej though he added but three points
the Illini over the West Pointers western was the goat. Led by Teachers Saturday was consider- i to his toal by registering a field
was administered in a more de- Paul Harrell, the greatest ground ably better yet the Ypsi backs were goal against Minnesota holds third
c!isive fashion, the 14-12 victory of gainer in the Big Ten for 1927, In- continually breaking through and place with 31 points..Purdue's scor-
the Wolverines over Harvard was diana defeated the Wildcats, 18-7. circling the ends during the last ing threats, Harmeson and Welch,
more soothing to the supporters of L ast year, in a sea of mud, Chuck half. Four times Ypsilanti made i lost considerable headway in the 1494 n
Conference gridiron performance. Bennett, Indiana's representative jnarches that were not stopped un- i :ace by remaining on the sidelines " , E454A4
The weak sisters of the Big Ten on all-Western and all-American til they were inside the 15-yard during the Boilermakers' triumph
thereby made ,it two straight over mythical elevens, scored the win- line. One drive reached the three- over Mississippi Saturday. Harme- ICKELS ARCADE
members of "The Big Three" inas- ning touchdown against North- yard line before the Wolves stiff- ion is fourth with 26 points andC
much as Chicago turned 'in a western, Indiana winning; 6-0. Iened and gained the ball on downs. Welch is fifth with 24.

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