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November 13, 1929 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1929-11-13

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irllNote--This is tc eighth of a series Kipke's 'shock troops" and is anT . ITiHted P ley has his team worked up toa
__ el -9,noiIhar will appear in an ealy isse. ever dangerous contender for a iES ASNNv 2-rn-teedu
regular berth on the Varsity. Auer, EAST LANSING, Nov. 12.-Grant- tremendous pitch for the annual
Coach Kipke Uses Different Coming from Bay City Central Hewett Bill Jones and Wheeler all Veenker Expects to Get Intoed its first layoff of the eason battle. State will be aided by the Several
Mnfr efneSit where he won two letters in foot- terit hS il os s Monday by Coach Jimmie Crowley
Men for Defense Shift ba, be t, es J received their initiation into the Yost Field House by onday a somewhat wearied and groggy' psychology of eight men playing Nu
in Backfield. Wheeler proved to be one oysteries of the gridiron game at as Workmen Lay Floor. Michigan State fooball squad start- their last game of the season.<
outstanding members of the 19311Bay City where they played on the ed work today for the Detroit game Should four of the retiring seniors
H-OLD TACKLING DRILL uts greshmanhg r d meteam at one time, making0tht TEAM IN POOR .SHAPE Saturday, the final one of the sea- be suddenly inspired in the knowl-s
squad onAofLtheGestRson edge of setting aside fooball togs ST. P
te during his fits in the state during the 1926 MAll the aches suffered by a north- forever, the whole outcome of the and batt
With the "Little Brown Jug" at s irst year on the season. Michigan's basketball team will enta lyn ne lotIgm a ecagd ins
stake to say nothing of what some ampus. W h e n; Standing 5 feet 11 inches and: transfer their scene of activities eteam plaitn uere almost g ay be che sMinneso
peopl migt coside mor serous e grduatd totropical conditions were relieved Capt. Dickeson, the fast-pivoting eansI
people might consider more serious he graduated to ,weighing 152 pounds, Wheeler is one I from the Intramural Building floor Monday as more than 3,000 stu- back of the mississippi game, and eomng
things, the Wolverines have started xhe Varsity squad of the lightest men on the Wolver- where i has held forth so far this dents of Michigan State took their '"Duke" Schau, the consistent line rcoming
the week with a good look at the ..last year, how- , me squad, but despite his lack of season into its regular lair in Yost Ifootball heroes to their collectiv~ plunger, are the outstanding ath- Saturda
Minnesota plays and begun work veer, there was weight he is aoown as one of th bosom in the greatest outpouring letesrw h e wutspayhin at gature
on a slightly different plan of at- an abundance of 'hardest tacklers and blockers the Field house next Monday. The re- of Spartan spirit in years. Crall, who is capable of the to h
tack to be used against the Goph- fi i1c material, Michigan coach has. Under the moveable basketball floor which The morale of the student bodyM spectacular as a reserve back, is the
ers Saturday at Minneapolis. sand although he I able tutalage of Coach Kipke, has been in storage all summer and the team may carry it far in another, as is Johnny Wilson, the Kirk, Cl
"The Little Brown Jug" is dear to won his letter, he Wheeler has developed this season was brought to light yesterday and the season's finale against the De- anth as is J s Wisoe
heart of Kipke as it was insepara- was n o t given into one of the best passers on the rC-man who is used as a reserve full- may fill
ble from the Varsity during his much opportunity squad, and this added to his na- work started on getting it ready troit Titans Saturday. Coach Crow- back in th absence of Capt Dan- halfback
years as a member of a Michigan to show his wares. tural ability as a punter makes him for play. Ferrari will make his last tackle this seas
eleven and its return to Ann Arbor Wheeler A good field one of the most reliable performers This preparation will take abouti TROJANS DEPART and "Jimmie" Hayden, the talk- Exami
this year should make him feel general, a shifty ball-carrieh, and I wearing the Maize and Blue. two days, with perhaps another TITLE TEST atimmi" Han, the tagk, Eami
an excellent punter, Wheeler is Wheeler will have one more sea- I day for leveling the floor off andFOR Marion Joslin, a reserve tackle,wp a tear c
thing known as one of the best of Coach son.to play football for Michigan tightening the joints. When this -- - and Jack Ruhl, reserve quarter- fracture
Iowa Topples Gophers. after this as he is a junior in the ! work is completed Coach Veenker #Coach Howard Jones Team back, are other players who will He m
Yesterday's practice started the school of Engineering and is slated i expects to set his men to the se- end their careers Saturday along shape fo
direct preparation for the invasion I R [INGLto get his diploma in 1931. rious work of preparing for the Meet Notre Dame at with Capt. Danziger, who is injured. consin,
of the Northland against the Goph- IL j I[1JL I season opener December 8 against Soldiers Field. / Nordberg may continue on the he will
ers who until Iowa toppled them 9T DAY'S GAM Ohio Wesleyen. sidelines to the end of the season, gan.
from their lofty position were gen- Kanitz Recovering. (vy Aociated Press) itdeveloped on the return of the Claren
orally considered'to be on the wayI T I E rIENDS SPEEDBALL "Dutch" Kanitz has just been dis- LOS ANGELES, Calif., Nov. 12.- team. His injury has not improved badly i
towards a semn ned by de- charged from the hospital, but will j Thirty-eight players of the Uni- much. Jerry Breen may be of little to jog
feat. i Encouragement and warning be unable to report to practice for versity of Southern California foot- use because of his bad leg. Nagursk
name hand in hand to the Wolver-Fight and Pep Characterize First Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity some time, Coach Veenker an- ball team, accompanied by Coach Crowley announced today he candida
ines with the result of the Min- Year Practice Sessions, Catures Final Contest nounced. Simultaniously with this Howard Jones, will leave late today hoped to run off two scrimmages Paul B
Michiatlvenweek min s news comes the report that Frank for Chicago, where the Trojans this week, Berghs
much as the Michigan eleven has Says Coach Fisher. by 14-5 Score. Lovell, one of the men slated to fill play Notre Dame eleven Saturday.
yet to play both of.these teams and a guard birth, expects to enter the Last season the Trojans defeated
any way it be figured, they are Although much smaller in size Amid a downpour of rain yes- hospital sometime this week or Knute Rockne's team by a score of I,
headed for at least one real tough "i-Aan Michigan yearling grid teams terday afternoon, Alpha Kappa next for a minor operation. This 27 to 14 .
battle. a New Sprt.Iof the past have been, the present Lambda won the inter-fraternity will probably mean that the Wol- Arriving in Chicago Friday morn-
Althouh was irt' . freshman squad does much to . verne mentor will be without the ing the Southern California play-
aokh r red yst y up for this deficiency by dis- ela U ions Dg services of his letter-men when the . ers plan to hold a short work-out
nonchantly remarked yesterday, makeungDeltaUsilon, 14-5. During the schedule opens. in the afternoon.
"Harvard knew they had been tack- playing fight every minute they are first half the teams were evenly Weiss in Bad Way. New aerial plays probably will be
led Saturday," the Wolverines have on the field, was the way Coach matched, but in the later periods IwWeiss, sophomore forward whose seen in the games against Notre
by no means reached perfection Fisher summed up his band of foot- ,Alpha Kappa Lambda took the of- work has been attracting the at- Dame, if Coach Jones figures his
and were sent through a workout Iball aspirants yesterday. fensive and ran their score to ai tention of the coaches is also not line can hold the fighting Irish.
against the, tackling dummy during The present freshman team is total of 14 points. in the best of health, having a se- The Southern California line has
s on. Evenpin this disagreeablesbit not up to the standard which has Both teams scored early in the vere cold to contend with. However weakened in several games, and
game and at the end of the first with the close of football season Jones has been doing his best to
of roAtine the members of the been set in the past, and is some- quarter the score stood at 5-4 in fa- only two weeks away and the as- bolster it up.
squad are showing a different thing of a..contrast after the squad vor of Delta Upsilon. After the sured advent o fseveral of the grid Don Moses, fullback on the in- the baclayIs a s
spiritad in additio to the o of the last year, the best in the first outburst of scoring the oppos- performers to the ranks of the net ljued list, will be replaced ay Ever-
die aspect they have had for' two r..t wing ippedoxy
weeks they now seemto be realiz- history of the school, Coach Fisher ing factions slowed down, with squad, Coach Veenker feels that he ett Brown, while "Rocky" Kemp
ing that it can be done. feels however that several of the Alpha Kappa Lambda scoring one will be able to mould' a fighting will be unable to make the trip be- with full brogue e
The squad was given a few new men of his squad show potentiali- point during the second period to team from the material at hand. cause of a broken leg suffered in
plays in yesterday's practice which I ties, which with another year of tie the score at 5 all. the game with Nevada last Satur- obtainablei b
hegrowth to increase them may de- Delta Upsilon was held without BERLIN-Max Schemling, Ger- day.
so e xoebe to solve inthe Go p velop into dangerous contenders a count in the last two periods, man heavyweight,' announced that and black rain
North. They were the type of plays for a position in next year's Var- while their opponents tallied three he would accept anoffer of $250,000
that may start from several back- sity line-up. times for a total of 9 points making with a privilege of 30 per cent of
field line-ups and are likely to end First Game Stated. the final score 14-5. Both teams i the gate receipts for a 15-round
y fought hard throughout the game, bount with the best available op-
in any one of a number of ways. The first practice game with th slpeyfldmkn itx-tinAatcCtN.Jet
Nothing definite could be de- the Physical, Education team will oenery field makng it ex- pn
termined as much as Coach Kipke be played this Friday and will be (Continued on Page Seven) March.
used nearly all of his men ester- scheduled to start at 4:30. The sec-
day to acquaint thei with the new ond battle of the series will be run( __ _o___ar__ __en
plays. Gembis, Morrison, Truskow- off the following Wednesday which = "iD w To n
ski, Wheeler, Simrall, Dahlem, Dan- will also mark the last day of prac- = T eDown Town Store Tar I C il'T i1V1fe See Classified , d er Jr
iels, and Wilson all saw service. tice for the yearlings. -cin'iIEE rWoo'lIKLw
Whelr ase. etin Iir ~ier CZN-FLET
Wheeler Passes. These games with the PhysicalEC pstacKL/< -L
Capt. Truskowski and Wheeler clid Eds are an annual affair and are E
the passing for the Varsity yester- designed to give the coaches an
day and Daniels and Truskowski
alternated at left end and at half-. idea of how the men shape up in
altrnaed t lft nd nd t hlf-actual play, besides affording a
back for these plays. The line re- actu al ges afordi are
mained the same as in the Harvard man oea a e to the fh
man team after a season spent in
gan4e with Hewitt at one end, Auer acting as the victims of the Varsity.=w
and Poorman at the tackles, Poe F
and Steinke at the guards and Bo- Fisher Sees Prospects.
vard at center. Coach Fisher stated that there -
In a dummy scrimmage against ; are no outstanding players on his .
the freshmen who used the Minne- ! squad, but that about 18 men would a
sota plays the lineup of the Var- be possible Varsity contenders if
sity backfield on defense was some- they have gained weight by next
what different with Wheeler play- fall. No list of numeral winners can
ing safety man, Dahlem and Gem- be made up as yet, although this
bis at the halfs and Morrison back- announcement will be made soonr-
ing up one line. after the last practice session of
the year next Wednesday.
CHICAGO-Freddie Spekcer and1. About 50 men have reported for -
Gerard Debaets, the Belgian-Amer- j practice regularly this season and
ican pair yesterday took the lead i will be eligible for consideration
in the six-day bicycle race at the when the coaches make up their -
Chicago stadium. I group of award winners. o fering exception

Minnesota Regulars Are
rsing Injuries From
Game With Iowa.
(By Ass'oiated Press)
kUL, Nov. 12.-Still bruised
ered from the Iowa game,
ta footballers have begun
preparations for the home-
game with Michigan here
y. Coach Spears has turned
serves for needed strength
backfield and line. Paul
ing Riebeth or Pete Somers
1 in for Win Brockmeyer,
, injured in the Iowa con-
d who may not play again
nation revealed Monday
ockmeyer is suffering from
of rib muscles and not a
as originally feared.
ay be brought around in
r the final game with Wis-
with only a bare possibility
see service against Michi-
ice Munn, tackle, has a
njured knee. He was able
around a bit Monday. If
:i stays in the backfield,
tes for Munn's job include
erry, Al Westguard, Lorenz
and Howard Kroll.
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