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MINNESOTA F UL B C N F V4OE FU I E E
WHO1 ARE CHIEF OBSTACLES .CNFRNTING MICHIGAN!
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BIG TEN STANDINGS
W. L. T. Pet.
Purdue ..... 3 0 0 1.000
Northwest~rn ..3 1 0 .750
Minnesota.....2 1 0 .667
lowa.......21 1 .667
Ohioa State....2 1 1 .667I
Illinois..... ,......1 1 1 .500
Chicago.,.........1 2 0 .333

Injuries Will Keep Broekmicee
and Munn TIe for Game

Dummy Practice. I Wisconsin .... 1 3 04 zoo
rIa , Mihigan ....0 3 0 00
HOLD) SKULL SST+ i R TAT1 IS!a 21 .400 ).5 ,0
Taskmaster Harry mpke sent his NEYXT iGrr- -c
Varsity gridiron charges through a rILI 1 , fcfnIfl MVmn t
diversified training session yester- 1'Iii6f0ME Tia ett
ona feryofendinpepfialratouforUndefeated Hilltop Eleven Willflt(1 fl ilWi b4
Wol e in SA Til ine ac
the Wle ienvason ofrthe north eefCacroutrgh'spt C dGohrs
country this week. The Wolverines IMMenCoachCtrt hts Yay.
will entrain for the Gopher camp I e atra.Nagtrsk
at 4' 15 this afternoon. i Wolverines Are Likely to Meet Ie has b
Ivinst ilfndrsucfla Strongest Opposition of 'left tack~
opposition t 1 is Saturday when the which his team made in defeating
ajYear at Madison.i sion thi
Michigan team takes the field if the strong Ypsilanti Normal eleven
prprto'a ecniee n last Sattirday Coach Courtright will Steve Farrell's harriers will takeotesI
criterion of performance. After a , .. ackle1
short limbering up session the en-Ispn the week in smoothing off a trip to Madison this week to meet sga
tire Varsity squad returned to the the offensive play of the Junior.. h Wsoni rner n ua thou
Yost field house to 'be initiated into Varsity gidders in preparation for met Egt e wlrmk teWi.r
the first skull practice of the week. herbate ih7eten Stt trip. These are Fitzgibbons, Aus-
Enthusiastic freshman forces ther batleeithWestrneSatehis ribs
were on hand to give the Wolverine Nomltieek oitih hs. .tn Wle ur~,Lwa ste, proba
gridders a look at the Gopher plays i devised several new pass plays I ., :zyi Captain_ "Red" Benson, Kennedy, prevent
used last Saturday against the o- which will be used in this game and D 'Anna. Not much hope is back po;
wans. In the dummy scrimmage l and which will add much versitil-i seen for the Wolverine harriers asinsBo
which followed the first team for- ity to the Wolverine attack. fihenaeeosu.t testndrdo
wards foun', little difficulty in cop- The 'Michigan "B" team coaches m fre'yas ndWsosnhsIig in u
ing with the' Minnesota line plays have beep working with Morgan in loyaltyi
but when the freshmen began to Inefr omk acne fhm the best team in their history.
open up a varied pass attack the .I Proof of this is seen in the fact thatthmo
sucs ftescnaydfnebut with this one exception andTh
sncdiagosin the plonaydewasetbrigijuistesm ineup Although Bonko Nagurski (top considered one of the most power- line that was judged too stiong for eight Wisconsin men finished fibe~ Tee
enirlycositet.will face the Kalamazoo players as center) has been sent back to his ful in the country. The men are Iowa rnc is now being hailed as fr any Iowa men crossed the line rain a
was used against State Normal.1 old position at fullback, the group. left to right (above) Oja, centr too steirg forltheeWoverinesaa.
With this weakness evidently on' though the Maize and Blue for Sthipdaeeeahi ea.wr
his mind Kipke sent his two full- This game will be the last of the above is otherwise representative "Nagurski, fullback; Pulkrabek, ward wall performed in a much The Wolverines can boast of but Ser
back candidates, Gembis and Mor-;sao o h ulopr n oc of Minnesota's fast developing line guard; (elow) 'anner end; Ka- better manner against Harvard on luelularr rdia itoypra
rison, through a long drill on the Gary is driving his men hard to which despite its setback against1 kela, guard; Anderson, end. while the Gophers were wilting be - oelreIlointheirtritguarvictr team h
art of pass defense. 'The remain- I keep their undefeated record in-i Iowa last Saturday is still to be They are the main factors in the fore the Iowa attack. j vr lini ishet-aglae wor
der of the backfield candidates tact. Only one blemish appears -______.____ __ with Ohio State and Illinois. They; freshme
againstthe Noral tea a 7-7 ie --Ichampions. Eight teams are sched-( Lambda; Omega Psi Phi versus have been beaten by Michigan'i iga
were impressed with this glare ingagaintidi thei gtame77tie 1 uled to meet each night in the In-I Sigma Phi Epsiton; Tau Kappa Al- State Normal, Detroit Y. M A. Satur
Weakness and their mistakes were wit Ysilnt, ad(nttisgamuterael pool. The regular kurna-1 ha versus Lambda Chi Alha; and Mihgn rtt adOio CA.Minnesc
pointed out in no uncertain man- Kalamazoo outfit out-rushed their Intramural tramunraatlad hi State.
ner by Coaches Kipke, Cappon, andi opponents more than 2 to 1. { ment will probably continue for the+ Pi Kappa Alpha versus Phi Epsilon 1Folowng the Wisconsin meet enormo
Veenxker. Coach Courtright who saw the Inx he ek ihtefnl i there is the conference meet to bei tend. A
The continued use of Jock Whee- Igame stated that while -Kalamazoo Introa-fraternity voleyball has being run off after that.-hedateOioStecuret!asrd
lei and Red Wilson in practice does not have the open field run- entered the final stages, with about, Hnbalwilalogeunrwy Weight men are asked to re-~ Columbus, Ohio. number
work throughout the week with Roy ners that Ypsi has, their power and a dozen teams remaining in the toaihtefloigfaent port to the Field House any aft-
Hudson definitely out probably in- rv r a ueirt hteiiainsre.tasshdldt ly im ernoon. Experience is not neces-
dicates that Coach Kipke is plan-- team. There were 61 teams contesting CitasvrusshdsdTutoKpapa:Sg a A Cm
ning :to use these men as first string. Michigan, having w o n from at the beginnit'ig of the season, and i vessTuKpaEilnry Wilford Ketz,
reserves against the Minnesotans. I Ypsi would be favored in the ad- after several weeks of hard fight- Delta Phi versus Alpha Kappa Assistant Track Coach. ti~htc
vance dope had not the Western( ing the strongest teams have sur- of_____ _______________________A)et
IState team trampled over the Illi- vived. The remainder of the sched- os o no o<_ oo c c: Ilb-1
Inois "B" gridders to the tune of ule is a follows: Phi Chi versus Al- I tJ l!
20-0, while the Illini took a game pha Omega; Theca Chi versus Al- -$
1Co'tBif from Michigan with almost an pha Delta Phi; Lambda Chi Alpha .special RIa
almost equal score, 20-6. Michigan1 versus Phi Delta Theta; Phi Sigma K Temtin11 Fall ~1$II
Purdue, favorites to cop the Big however has shown great improve-i Kappa versus Kappa Nu; Delta t~g~
Ten title nov that Minnesota has ment since they met Illinois, and' Sigma Phi drew a by; ancl Beta, Snd icesfor
finally been Teaten, has begun to displayed real offensive power lastI Theta Pi and Phi Sigma Delta have 'Wl
(rill on defense work: pow that its week for the first time this season. , not been decided as yet. f AfternoonsI?(1
lead must be kept safe in order to The Western State Normal team, "Pour Hoc
insure the title.- The Bo6ilermakers by virtue of its undefeated season;i Dual swirlming meets for the v_____--_
have specialized on offense all year- is assured of nothing less than a fraternities have been started with .AI
evidently beIi ev i ng in the old tie for the championship ofthPi Beta Delta defeating Alpha ;?
maxim-that a good offense is the Michigan Collegiate conference Delta Phi by the score of 2 1-20, in' O T eie vr V
best defense. and should Ypsi lose to the Detroit an exciting meet The water poloI
City College this week will reign game following the meet was. also STAT
Ev Zeing After 1
Iowa will be the best ofensivc supreme in its circle, won by Phi Beta Delta last year'sSRE
outfit that Purduehas yet been _ - ------- _ _ 7:00pL'.mI. -
called on to face. When Glass-
gow, Pape, Farroh, and Jens-
void start running wild it will ..-.1
take a good defensive 'team to Q l11
stop them, and Purdue must be 0u' f Th arotSeas\o Isef
just that if it hopes to main- --
tain its win streak. - V5/ts5 ____________________________
rrf..┬źn .. ..1 t ..ill ..,. .. 4V.r ________________________________________________..________!

0 WILL SEE GAME
Spears, of the University
esota, is casting about for
ickle to replace Munn, who'
out of the game when the
encounter Michigan at
olis Saturday afternoon.
I seems to be the favorite.
een in at both fullback and
le during the practice ses-
s week. However, several
lave been tried out at the
position including Berry,
,rd, and Kroll.
gh the X-rays showed that,
3ckmeyer did not fracture
in last Saturday's game, it 5
ble that his injuri~s will
him from filling his half-
sition against the Wolver-.
th injured men are reportT,.
iniform daily to show their
to the team, and to urge
'eather has been inclement?,
nd snow making outdoor,
disagreeable, but Coac:h
ends his men through reg-
ictice every day. The same.
as showed brilliant off en-
k in scrimmage against the
n, with the coaches stress-
1 practice.
day's game is scheduled as.
)ta's homecoming and an,
uis crowd is expected to at-
sellout of 59,000 is ,almost
as there are only a limited.
of tickets left.
mod Detroi t
110tel
low ntown (close to all
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--the rates are low.
1.50 to $3.00 Dailyl
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