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November 27, 1929 - Image 7

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Thirteen m embrs of the physi
cal education football Squad, three
Only One Win and Three De. of four of which may prove to beStart Hockey Drills I
feats Credited to Michigan's future material, were awarded on Rink at Coliseum
V~irtiny Gr'dders. their numerals yestierday. The
Urit r ccr.sound 4 was cca chced by Elton 1R.
- I u~adW) C iemn, former by E top Les Canadi(.ns, last year's ice
PLAYED HARD SCHEDULE (Tad) Wieman, former Varsity hockey champions, are due to re-
mentor. peat this coming season if early
After showing great notential Estil Tessmer, halfback; Norman I practice indicates anything. When:
power in the first three games of Kies, quarterback; Clair Purdon, the Coliseum opened Monday night
they were on hand ready for their
the season against Albion, Mount end; and Walfred Johnson, tackle, first drill of the year, getting T1
Union, and Michigan State the Wol- all were outstanding during the jump on all other teams.
erinle 1929 Varsity grid team fell past season. In the games against s The club seems to have another
into a slump from which they did [the freshma : team ine work pf and itlooks as if they wii be ther
not emerge until Harvard was sent these men were of a high calibre. team to beat for the title. Entries
back east smarting under a 14-12 Kies took care of the place are coming in thick and fast for
defeat The first three games which kicking and passing for the phy- the hockey league this year, sixI
sical team, while Tessmer did the teams already have indicated their
the Wolves played did little more punting. Tessmer was also an able desire to enter the competition. All!
than give the Maize CiM B'lue a plunger and open field runner. Al- of the games are played on the ice
chance to get coordinated for their though the former did not carry of the Coliseum. ,
sthenuous Big Ten season, but'thO ball on many occasions, his
once they were past, a supposedly passing was very accurate and was --- !
h responsible for a great many of ,
Great Michigan team, althoughthe team's gain's against the fresh- Monday's Results
still fighting, crumbled before op- mai.r
position which pre-season dope men. ___p°_di_
figured as composed of weaker ma- The lito'hsca dcto
terial. numeral winners is as follows: Har- Phelps-Cole defeated Davis-
Aion.. paold A. Akershock, Grand Rapids; Brown 4-6 6-3 6-4.
Albion, playing the first game of Raymond F. Altenhoff, Gary, Ind.; (All-Campus Semi-Finals)
4. double-header was crushed 39-0'Andrew R. Barlock, Iron River; p
while Mount Union on the same Walter S. Bell, Detroit; Eugene E. Swinmiio
Swhile showing les disposiion Braendle, Royql Oak; Walfred W. Theta Chi defeated Delta Tau
tofalhuble1CoacWitthep nnualme Johnson, Ironwood; Norman C. Delta Delta 24-17.
was humbled 16-6. With the annual Kies, Toledo; Walfred Kujola, Han- Lambda Chi Alpha defeated hap-
game with Michigan State next on cock; Sherry M. Martin, Columbus, pa Nu 26-15. 1
the schedule the Michigan board Kan.; Clair E. Purdom, Warren, Phi Kappa Psi defeated Phi Beta
of strategy decided not to use any Ohio; Daniel Quinn, Detroit; Estill Delta 29-3.
of the famous Michigan trick plays . Tessmer, Ann Arbor; and Wil- t
in the Spartan game and won from liam H. Unger, Traverse City. All Water Polo
the East Lansing team by a 17-0 of the afore mentioned players, Theta Xi defeated Kappa Nu 2-0.
score. with the exception of Barlock are, Phi Beta e defeateda Phi Ka N-

r al Iems



Kaufmann's Athletic
Record Exceptional
"fli1 Kauhnann of Sig'ma Alph 4
Ma, has a record in intramural
competition which few can equal.
le is just startin', his fifth yearl
of competition.
his fraternity won the all-around
championship in 1927 and was third
latyar. He has been on the
championshipclass speedball team,
captaining the victorious senior lits
last year. His fraternity has won
spcedball twice during this peri-
He has played on three cham-
pionship baseball teams, one water
polo team, and was inter-fraternity
champion in wrestling at 125 lbs.
in 1928. He took part in twelve of
the eighteen sports during that
Independents Organize
Teams for Competition

By b:ostin' the pPkin ovei ihe in tl (W tern Conference with
crossbar for a point after touch- Russ Bergherm of Northwestern.
down in the Minnesota-Wisconsn The boot gave Pharmer 53 points to;
game last Saturday Art Pharmer,{
Gopher scoring ace, won two things, bring him up even with the Purple
the game for Minnesota 13-12 and star who was held scoreless by theI
a tie for individual scoring, 110110's Ramblers irom Notre Dame.
-~ Contibut ing13 points to the!
Varsity Letters Go Boile makr 31-0 landslide over
to Twenty-Two Men!Ilai-menson jumped to third place:.
with 40 markers. Harmenson's ver-
(Conifnued from 'Pag 6) satile running mate, Pest Welch,
Rapids; Thornwald Sorenson, Mar- also managed to score bringing his
quette; Maynard Morrison, Royal total to 30 points and awarding him
Oak Roy Hudson irard Ohio fourth place. Neither Pape not
OG . Glassgow of Iowa were able to im-,
and William Reston, Jr., Detroit. prove their positions being held
The seven men who were on the scoreless by the Wolverines on Sat-,
Varsity squad all season but who urday.
did not play in enough games to I
win the highest award which the hi ge FG PatlTp
University can give its athletes aret G Td FG Pat Tp
all strong players and much may l3ergherm, N. W. ...8 8 0 5 53
oce expected of the ones who will Pharmer, Minn. ....6 6 3 8 53
be eligibel for competition next Harm enson, Purdue 6 6 0 4 40
year. Welch, Purdue .....6 5 0 0 30
Those who won the AlA for ser-jPape, Iowa........8 4 0 5 291
vice rendered on the Varsity squad Glassgow, Iowa ....7 3 1 4 25
are Carl Bauer, Jr., Saginaw; Wil- Yunevich, Purdue ..6 4 0 0 24
liam Brown, Sandusky, Mich.; Kirk G61ntenbein, Wis . .6 4 0 0 24
Holland, Evanston, Ill.; Omar La- j Gembis, Mich......7 2 1 6 21
Jeuenesse, Iron Mountain; Ray- Nagurski, Minn. ...7 3 0 0 18
iond Priest, Battle Creek; Thomas Sansen, Iowa......6 3 0 0 18
Samuels, Canton, Ohia; and Ivan Robinson, Ills. .....3 3 0 0 18
Smith, Toledo, Ohio. l Protchard, N. W. ...2 3 0 0 18



Purdue Offers Surprise.
Up to this time the Wolverine
star seemed high on the gridiron
horizon and with Purdue slated as1
the first Conference opponent,
Michigan invaded the Lafayette
campus with a feeling of confi-
c dence. Three young Boilermakers,
r Pest Welch, Glen Harmenson, and
Yunevitch, promptly shattered
Michigan's hopes of copping thist
game by running wild in the final
quarter with the score 16-6 agaist
them. This rampage netted 24,
points and assured the Wolves' of
the worst defeat a Michigan team,
has suffered since Illinois, led by
Red Grange, crushed a strong
Maize and Blue outfit in 1924.
With this surprise defeat taking
away any vistage of over-confi-
dence which the Wolves might have
been laboring under, the men of
Michigan entered the Ohio State
game determined to regain their,
lost laurels and to keep their place
in Conference football reckonings.
However a bewildering short pass
attack proved too much for the
Michiga.n aerial defense, and the!
Buckeyes tossed their way to a
short-lived' lead in the Big Ten
title race by winning 7-0. Michi-
gan showed a strong offense in this
game, rollig up 146 yards from
scrimmage, to Ohio State 72, and
outscoring the invaders 11-6 in first
downs, but the Holman-Fesler com-
bination proved too much for the;
Downed by Illinois.?
Michigan's arch competitor in
Conference athletics, Illinois, fight-
ing for a chance to remain in the
champioship race aided by two long

The physical eds played two1
games during the year, both with
[the freshman team. In the first en-
counter they emerged victorious by
a 17-0 count, Kies and Tessmer
running wild against the yearlings.
In the second gome, which was
played under the most adverse
weather conditions, the ground be-
ing covered with ice and snow, theI
score was knotted at nothing,
apiece. Neither team could get
started on the slippery turf beforel
being stopped by the other.
the Wolevrines upheld it gallantlyl
by turning back the Crimson 14-12.
A last minute pass attack, against'
which the Wolves had shown a
weakness all season netted one
touchdown and almost scored an-'
other before the time-keeper calledk
the game to a close. The toe ofI
Joe Gembis scored the winningI
points as it has done in every ma-
jor game which the Wolves have
won in two years.
Gophers Bow to Wolves.
Heartened by this win over the'
eastern school, Coach Kipke's squad
invaded Minnesota, and again
"Three Yard 7oe" proved the win-:
nig factor in a 7-6 victory. Little
Red Wilson, and Big Joe Gembi,'
paired together in a sideline passf
combination which the Gophers
were unable to stop, with Wilson
scoring the touchdown. As a result'
of this game the "Little Brown Jug"
rests at home 'once more after a
prolonged absence.
In the grand finale of the year
Iowa with a team of battering rams

pa Psi 1-0.
Theta Chi defeated Delta Tau
Delta 5-1.
Phi Beta Pi defeated Delta Sigma
Phi 2-1.
Sigma Delta Kappa defeated Phi
Epsilon Pi 3-0.
Phi Gamma Delta defeated Tau

A meeting of Independents was
held Monday night for the purpose
of organizing teams to compete in
an all-around yearly championship.,
Ten managers signed up for teams,
and this number is expected to be
doubled. The teams will be award-
ed points for taking part in each of
nine sports. These are volley-ball,
track, relays, basketball, handball,
bowling, tennis, horseshoes, and
baseball. The Chinese students have
entered two teams with H. M. Chan
as the manager. Any Independent
wishing to take part in the com-
petition, should communicate with
the intramural office.
Phi Beta Delta Shows
Good Water Polo Team
Phi Beta Delta, last year's cham-
pio't-s in water polo competition,
still reigns supreme, if the match
with Phi Kappa Psi recently is any
indication. The Phi Beta Delta
team turned back the challenge of
Phi Kappa Psi by. the score of 1-0.
I The game was primarily a defen-
sive battle with some mixing up.
The only score of the match was
made in the third period.

_i i

Kappa Epsilon 2-1.
Phi Chi defeated Alpha
Omega 3-0.
Zeta Beta Tau defeated Chi
Phi Delta Phi defeated Sigma
Epsilon 2-0.


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Vo'ley Ball
Sigma Kappa defeated
Delta 2-0.

Michigan's Athletes
utrn to Basketball
(Continued From Page 6)
one team.
C Regardless of who the opponents
for the coming season may be will
not materially affect the early
workouts of the Michigan court
squad. To win another title will be
a big enpugh task irrespective of
the makeup of the schedule to give
the Wolverine menter plenty of
work to do during the next month
in- developing a sure firc machine.
Captain Chapman is the only
regular from last year who is now
working out with the squad. Trus-
kowski is the other regular whose
appearance is likely to occur with-
in a week. Incidentally he will
also remove any danger of a 13
jinks as he will make the fourteenth
member of the squad.
Kanitz and Lovell, both members
of the "A" 'squad last season, are
also on the list of men already out
as are Dougal and -Downey, candi-
dates from last year's "B" team.
The sophomores include Weiss,
Jones, Janett, Rickett, Daniels, Tor-
rell, Garner, and THewitt.


Events Today
4:15 Interclass cross country run.
All fraternity events postponed;
until Monday night.



runs and some brilliant blocking iftvaded Ann Arbor to try to gain
again thwarted the down-trodden back their. prestige lost at lurdu.e-
Wolverine's attempt at a come- After four bitter periods, the score
back. The score wms 14-0. j remained 0-0 and the IHawkes bow-
Profiting by a week's rest the ed from the Big Ten with a tie
Maize and Blue took the field against game against their record. G-embis
Harvard in the Stadium in a game almost won this contest with a
for which the men of Michigan had place-kick from the 25-yard linej
been pointing for two years. The which the officials decided was not1
name of the West was at stake, and over the posts.

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