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THI~ M LCH IC DMLY

oQach Philbin Has Hundred
Ien Wokig Out With
Glpves Each Day. -
HAS MANY GOOD BOXE RS
The boxing season has been very
successful so far thisredear ith
least 60 working ouit aV the In-
tramural building every day arnd 50
freshmen at Watermnan Gym. The
classes are free and anyone that
wishcs to try out for their c]ass
team should report to Coach Le,
Philbin at the Intramural building
on Monday, Wednesday, and Fri-
dayr afternoonsi Flyweights, heavy-
weights and light-heavies are
needed.
Many capable boxers have been
fo'und who will give last year's vet-
erans a hard fight. P'romi'nent
the junior class en ha hown up
especially well and will afford
capable opposition for Jack Yuen
who has won the all-campus title
ferthe last two years. Another of
these iprospects is Stanowski, who
willgiv Oto, astyear's middle-
weight champion, a battle. Stanow- I
ski and Otto, together with Vice
Helm, Custer, and Jack Yuen have
been giving exhibitions in Detroit
recently and have shown to much
advantage.
Te majority of the veterans
have not as yet reported but after
the football season, it is expected
that the squad will be increased.
Among these men are Aurand
Morgan. The members of the team
are still working easily on the fun-
damentals, but after Thanksgiving
will settle down to training. The
team for the class tournaments
will be picked after Christmas.
The freshmen. are working out on I
Tiiesda'y and Thursday. There are
quite a few out, but therei is still
the trouble of the lighter and the
heavier classes. Many have shown I
real ability.

By Edwa d Warner, Sports Editor.

$OR Ca~iN YEARSth Win, Nov.th13.-'e
--- i word with the University of Wis-
Prospects Look Bright With Big consin football team, which has
Squad of Veterans Back two full weeks to prepare for Doe1
From Last Season. Speai'' Tiundering herd, when

Sport Briefs

When Coach Kipke's eleven in-
vades Northrop fiield at Minnea-
polis on Saturday in quest of the
L'tle Brown Jug, it will mark the
twentieth renewal of the Minne-
'sota-Michigan gridiron rivalry. Al-
in 1892,$e t&Wlveries he only
lost four games to their northern
foe, while :imother ended in a 6-6
tie. Michigans victories total 14 for
The Maize and Blue first met
Miiniesota on the football field
in 1892, and lost a 1G-6 decision
Vq the Gophers. The Northmen
trunmphed again the next year
in a free scorin~g fray, that end-
34-20.
Michigans initial victory over the
Gopgers occurred in 1895, when
the team won, 20-0, from their
Minneapolis rivals. This was the
first of four successive triumphs
streak was halted in1903 wen one
of Yost's point-a-mintc was held
to a 6-6 tie, After that game a
Michigan W/ater jug, now the famed
Brown Jug, was pilfered by the
Gophers, and since then has be-
come one of the famous contpeti-
tive trophies of footbail.
The Wolverines brought the
Brown .Jug back to Apn Arbor
in 1909 when they defeated the
Nqrthm'ei, 15-6. Another Mich-
igan victory by 6-0 count fol-
lowed in 1910, but the Gophers
scored their most decisive win
of the series in, 1919 when they
ran ocer a weak Maize and
Blue eleven, 34-7..

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Benie Oosterbaan pulel
th~e second contest out of the
defeat column when he scoop -
cii LI a Gopher fumble in tue
waning mninutes ,ir the last

~Continued From Page 6)
MJunn. Several substitutes worked
mt at half for Brockmeyer's job.
North western's f r e s hi m a n

uuarter arid gauopea. Iii yards -- -they tackle at Minneapolhs, Nov. afternoon in solving some of
fore a ocaoivn Fidi STOLPMA N IS CA PT AIN 23. the tricky Indiana play. Judging
gan the Big Ten title --The Badgers' victory over Chica- has mrers, te with te evn
--- Prospects for the coming fencing go was heartening to Coachi This- iana pmays thaneswt the 1109-
HIn 1927 a powerful Thundering 1s on areex ceinglyobright ac- ehatesbtlr-bti wsnttnis1d'~lorh
came307n toannArbo anI stone. The entire team with the such as to create any over-confi- western team wvill be out there
anfId l 3 f tdefe4 on the Maiz et in CaptaIn Wiggers who dence in the minds of thm victors. fighting; te win Saturday, for in
fered by. Michigan in~ te new sta- jlast year won the individual con- Every . man on the squad knows eaItroerIdaa
diulm. Joesting, Almquist, and Ny- ference championship in the epee that Wisconsin played as goodl ball ande dfat of shdu -y Io
dah wrethebi gns f oalahas returned to resumn3 practice Iagainst Purdue and almost as g'ood the Wildcat wil hare thle i-
daypearbfe the biutgai neofCoc f or the meets next semester. Due against Iowa. t:whPrde
Sadts bckred thatougainedt the, fact that the coaches do not And everyone knows that Chica-
and utsore th Wovernes I eet until December to arrangc Io i,; not Minnesota---not by a flock Coach Bob Zu~pke experimented
As no game was schedulecd schedules there will be no outside oftouchdowns---but beating the with three sets of backs in an ef-
withI~inneotalas sennthe competition until after the Christ - Maroons so decisively served to re- fort to build up an efficient ground
withle Miireow last asn hepse holidays. imove any possible thought that gaining combination to pit against
Lin the rohy rJum has eposed With s ixteen tveterans from Wisconsin is still being dogged by a the Maroons when they clash Sat-
nol the ht room Mimnea-c. which top bulda team coa chi Jon-, jinx. The Badgers may have got- Urday. Chicago, meanwhile, was en-
-------eth-197-onlit rtond hope ato etr Michigae sec ten some breaks Saturday, but gaging in another long scrimmage
INDIANA MEETS WIL.DCATS I ng team took eicond place in the lieany goo tea, tey mna- under the direction of Coach Stagg.
--previous experience thei4 are 37 ,converted them into scores. Charlie Coffee is again rein-
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - "Let's others trying to find places on the From now on, Wisconsin need stated to the good graces of
make it three in a row!" will be team. In order to round the squad think of but one game and one ob- Coach Willaman, and led the
thewarcryof ndanaUniersty' 'into shape as soon as possible coach jective---to beat Minnesota. A week Ohio State team in a signal
the warl cryo Intdiaa University's Johnstone has procured the serv- ago, that might have seemed al- drill yesterday. Tke Bucks en-
foth l emStudyafeno ices of Buenaventura Jimenez who most impossible, even to players gage Kenyon college in a prac-
when it stacks up against North- Ifor six years fenced with the chai-n- who talked of doing it. Now Iowa tice game next Saturay.
we stern in the Wildcat stadium at pion of France. has proven that it can be done
Evanston, Ill. During the past two For the foils there are Captain and the Badgers will ap'proach the An off date is on the schedule
years Indiana has defeated the I Stqlpman, Madero, Shutz, Lazar job with new spirit, for most of for Wisconsin, who is beginning to
Wildcat gridmen, 18-7 and 6-0. Pat and Friedman back from last year. 'them feel sure they are today as Iprepare for the Minnesota game
| aes ee rglrbakildmniHammer, Gordon, Bourland and 'good as Iowa. that is to be played in two weeks.
Paessee eulrbcfil ,e Scheyer are veterans with the saber ' There were no serious casualties Sammy Behr, quarterback, who has
are all in the running again after ,and Wener, Dowsett, Koon, and ;in the Chicago game. Larry Shoe- been out with injuries since the
recovering from minor injuries sus- I Mulliken have had previous exper- maker was the only player taken Iowa contest, has returned and got
tamned against Ohio State. . lence with the epee. out for an injury. nto a uniform yesterday.

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Frank ,Steketee was the hero of
the' 1920 encounter when he boot-
ed a field goal to give Michigan1
victory by the narrow margin of
3-0. This i'nstituted a string of
eight Wolverine successes, extend-
ing from 1920 to 1926. In the latter
season Michigan played Minnesota'
twice, winning both games, 20-0
and 7-6.

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