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2, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CIPKE

DRILLS

PROTEGES SECRETLY FOR

SPARTANS

NEWLY CHOSEN HEAD C
THROUGH PASSING-'

Morrison Reports for First
After injury to Knee;
Wills on Sidelines

Duty

GEMBIS HURLS PASSES
Working behind closec gates dur-
ing the latter part of the session
Coach Kipke rehearsed his Wol-
verine gridders in several new plays
yesterday afternoon on Ferry field
The players were given these new
formations in preparation for the
Michigan State game this week,
"Doc" Morrison, promising sopho-
more fullback, was in uniform for
the first time in more than 10 days,
but he did not participate actively
in the drill. Morrison has been
suffering from water on the knee,
so he confined his activities to lim-
bering up a bit. Wills, who suffer-
ed a rib injury last Saturday was
still on the sidelines, while Hudson
limped a little from his leg ail-

OACH SENDS SOVAD QUAKER FIRST SACKER CLB HURLING ACE Speedbal Tourney
NDN DUMMYSSCRIMMAGE . .LL N ST A UM With the opening of the Fra-
------ tternity speed ball tourney Thursday
y performed while in the double WILL PRACTICE HERE FRIDAY October 4, the Intramural Sports
header last week. AND STAY IN YPSILANTI Department will begin its fall pro-
After this preliminary work the ON EVE OF GAME gram. Considerable interest has
field was cleared of bystanders, been shown in speed ball at Mich-
giving Coach Kipke an opportunity (;y .ssociated Piesigan since its inception in 1922, last
to instruct his team in secret for EAST LANSING, Oct. -The l.ss year having been a banner year in
-the plays that will be used against f.udg.nt'.tegha the sport with forty-nine teams
the Spartans. Three elevens went competing. Sigma Alpha Mu, two
through these plays in a short sig-of heae im Aa S atunday time winner of the tournament
nal drill :dlaydksrimageat4ichganDelta Sigma Phi, other finalist in
na rl-State until today. Every player Who lta im hohrfnls n
. While the "A" team gridders were participated in the first game yield- year's event, and several others
drilling on old Ferry Field the "B" ed weight ranging from v to eight have already signed up to compete
team aspirants were going through pounds per man. again this year.
their paces in preparation for their Coach Crowley announced today The tourney this year will be run
game with Mr. Pleasant on South he will have another scrimmage off on a straight elimination basis
Ferry Field. Wednsdayaandos sri gh rather than league play due to
Thursday. Thetemwileavea temporary lack of playing facil-
here Friday noon fora na ternoon ities, South Ferry Field being closed
FRESHMAN SWIMMERSdrile in the Michigan stadium and for improvements. The games this
' will park at Ypsilanti over night Enries ae lso being Faen
All candidates for the fresh- FOx x -- M A LO N E -erieaean errykF
man swimming team will re- Although State came through the Big Chicago right hander, who class .and independent teamsnr
port at 4:30 o'clock Wednes- Slugging young Philadelphia n- Alma game i good physical condi- should cause the Mackmen plenty addition to speed ball socc. ill
day afternoon at the Intra- fielder whose play all season has tion, Smead, center, was nursing a of worry in the coming world series be played this y , o te al-
mural building pool. been of a consistently sensational cold Monday. Ferrari and Dill, reg- engagements. A fast ball and ex- ready having signed up Anyone
Coach MacMahon nature to warrant his being close-' ular tackles were in uniform but cellent change of pace makes Ma- interested in playin socce ayn
wh i gnos.attempt to carry were im ping from injuries in ea lone a man to be feared.sign up at the Intramural office.
-- - -. should be able to play Saturday and ;
..... ........,.... ........................... ......,.............. .......,.....................,........ .........posibly erarwl do ytherdaymend
possibly Ferrari will do the same. MICHIGAN MAKES GOOD SHOWINGI
. Crowley, while sending his men D
through only a light drill, polished ON TRIP TO JAPANESE DIAMONDS
__Side n Cup the defense. Stress was laid on TI O_
the forward pass in the offense (Continued From Yesterday) -
"- -1 - ,-drills. first contest, with Fred Asbeck
In just a week the cgass: 01 pable of breaking up a ball game In what was probably the best hurling the other two.
the basebll world will be well un- at a crucial moment. VF A PT TI\ThC Rte( ThT I played game on United States soil, Defeat Meiji Three Times

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"B" GRID TE-AM DRILLS
FrOR STRONG OFFENSE
Courtright Drives Men for Game
Scheduled With Mt. Pleasant
This Saturday
WILL PLAY SIX GAMES

With the first game of the pre3-
ent season scheduled with Mount
Pleasant this Saturday, the new
Wolverine "B" team went through
its second workout yesterday under
the critical eyes of Coaches Court-
right and Keen. About twenty-
seven players reported to take part
in the practice session, but Coach
Courtright expects more men to be
out by the end of the week.
A stiff schedule of six games con-
fronts the Junior Varsity this year
with such teams as Illinois, Wis-
consin, Ohio State, Ypsilanti Nor-
mal, Mt. Pleasant Normal, . and-
Western State Normal of Kalama-
zoo slated to furnish the opposition
for the next six Saturdays. The
game this week will bring one of
the best squads on this schedule,
and with the collegians playing on
their own field Coach Courtright
I may expect strong opposition for
his trial contest.
Lineups In Doubt
Although the exact personnel of
the "B" team is as yet in doubt,
there are several men who played
with this team last year who will

ment.r
Plenty of Talent
Spectators were allowed to wit-
ness the first part of the practict
while the players engaged in punt-
ing and passing drill. Joe Gembis
gave indications of a quartet of
triple threats in the Michigan
backfield when he hurled a few
passes to the receivers. Along
with Simrall, Wheeler, and Hudson,
Coach Kipke will have four mer
who can both run, kick, and pass
in the game. Such versatility i:
unusual in a backfield.
The coaches then put the teamr
through a dummy scrimmage thai
proved anything but gentle for the
linemen. Various players alter-
nated in occupying the positions or
the skeleton offense and defenseiir
an effort to familiarize themselves
with the plays. Meanwhile the
coaches stood by to correct any
faults in technique.
Wheeler Punts Well.
Wheeler 'and Simrall spent some
time in practicing punts, but the
former had more distance behind
his bgots. This may indicate that
Wheeler will do the regular kick-
ing for the Varsity, a task that he
TRYOUTS WANTED
All first semester sophomores I
j and second semester freshmen I
! desirous of trying out in foot- I
j ball managerial competition will j
report at.3:00 o'clock any after- I
noon this week at Ferry Field. I
- Brad Fogarty, Manager. I
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der way. Either the fans of Chi-
cago or of Philadelphia will be Jimmy Foxx gets the call at
cheered over the winning of =the first. The kid is one of the
greatest natural hitters in base-
initial game. The backers of the ball while he has made a
other team will be predicting a re- marked improvement in the
versal of form and a win in the3 field in recent years. Grimm's
second contest. Whichever way it long layoff may hurt his play,
goes, and it's a toss-up, the series also, while Tolson, the Cub sub,
stacks up as one of the most evenly is far from the equal of either.
matched in years.,

Belling
GRIDIRON DRILLS1in a se
tion ni
gave o
One Hundred and Thirty-Five Suits gan ga
Issued to Unusually Light bunch1
Freshman Squad A tw
split, w
One hundred and thirty-five uni- 6-2, an
forms were issued yesterday to stu- ond, 5-
dents of the class of "33 who aspire home s
to carry lylichigan's name far in the tory foi
football hall of fame. Only about tague
35 of this number turned out for three h
practice yesterday, however, with 9-2 wi
the rest scheduled to make their hits an
appearance today. sixth to
A light workout marked the first After

ham and Michigan engagedj McAfee's masterful twirling de- be counted upon to bear the brunt
eoreless 'tie over the regula- feated Keio, 1-0, in a marvelous! of the work . McBride and Wid-
ne inning route. Montague pitcher's battle. Michigan's finall man, both of whom gave a good
nly four hits while Michi- game with Meiji ended in the Wol- account of themselves in the play
trnered ten, but could not verine's third straight triumph over last season will be used in the
them sufficiently to score, them, this time by a 5-3 count, backfield and Courtright will have
in bill with Vancouver was Montague and McAfee doing the to build his offense around these
pitching.veterans
ith McAfee winning his start On the line Morgan, Moyer, Pat-
d Asbeck dropping the see- With the games against the four ton Brown, and Bower will form
3. Michigan's final game on strongest Japanese teams ended the nucleus with which the coaches
oil ended in a smashing vic- Michigan team started pounding Itwill from their strtngth. In addi-
r the Maize and Blue, Mon- the offerings of the reain tion to these veterans, there will
turning back Salem with Japanese pitchers far and wide. to teer vterans, hee ll
its to gain a seven inning Kiegler was the victorhin a 12-2 be several men who have looked
n. Michigan collected 15 batting fest against the Nagoya inWolfe tice withb an.
d scored seven runs in the club for his first victory of the I o, and Justice available.
(Continued on Page Ten)
take the game. ti. - ___-___

Connie Mack and Joe Mc-
Carthy, two of the master
minds of baseball, meeting in
their first world series. It is
; truly the world series for the
ti Cub boss, but to Connie it is
(( numer seven, the realization of,
his dreams of fifteen years. May
the, best team win!
( The Cubs possess the better out-t
field, although the A's trio of gar-
deners are almost as good. Al
Simmons in left has it over Riggs
j Stephenson; ' Hack Wilson beats
Mule. Haas in center, while KiKi
Quyler is superior to Ring Miller-
in right. All six are deadly hit-
ters, however, .and each one is ca-

Hornsby, of course, has it over
Max Bishop at second. Bishop will
equal him in fielding, but in hitting
the Cub star is far superior. Jim-
my Dykes, however, the most ver-
satile player in baseball, has the
edge on Elwood English by a cou-
ple of miles and sixty percentage
points. Boley, the other Athletic
short fielder, has it over the others
in fielding.
Norman McMillan, American
league castoff and star Cub
third sacker, should prove,
slightly better than the Ath-
letic combination or Sam; y
Hale and Jimmy Dykes at the
hot corner. McMillan i a vet-
(Continued on Page Ten)

taking a game during a

s
,

day of practice
ler, Flora, and

under Coaches Mil-'
Rich. Part of thel

afternoon was devoted to a passing,
game something on the nature of
basketball with the idea being to
pass the ball to some teammate
over the .opponents goal line. A
series of 100 yard dashes and a run
to the far end of Ferry field and
back completed the drill. At first
appearance the squad appears to be
sadly in need of more beef.

stop over in Hawaii, the Wol-
verines invaded Japan to defeat
Meiji University twice in succession,
Asbeck hurling a 3-0 whitewash
and McAfee turning in a 7-2 tri-
umph. Three games with Waseda
University were the hardest of the
Japanese tour, the Japanese team
taking the first game 4-2, tying the
second at 2-all, and dropping the
third to the Wolverines, 4-2. Mon-
tague and McAfee worked in the

Montague's crowning work of thef
trip came against the Gojo Club,
whom he let down with a lone
bingle to gain a 10-0 'yictory. This
would seem to indicate that Mon-
tague will be Michigan's mainstay
on' the 1930 team, as both Asbeck
and McAfee have graduated. His
work throughout the entire trip
was of the highest class.N
Asbeck followed Montague's -vic-
tory with an 18-0 win over the
(Continued on Page Ten)

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VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM
There will be an important
j meeting for all candidates for
j the Varsity swimming team at
* 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in j
I the Intramural building nata-
torium. -
SCoach MacMahon
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