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Sports Briefs I

OREGON WiL PLAY' KIPKE FAVORS FEW CHANGES IN"' TEAM DILLS
rI ~nnfio 'fl AnInIGRID RULES FOR NEXT SEASON;mn nnraII11n TiI T

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By Sheldon C. Fullerton
Michigan and Wisconsin, dual
holders of the Western Conference
basketball crown, are both expected
to come back with strong teams in
this year's title chase, although nei-
ther of them can be conceded the
championship for a second year in
succession without a severe struggle.
Three regulars and two sub-!
stitutes from last year's cage!
team return to Michigan, and
with several promising sopho-
mores, should aid in building
up another strong Maize and
Blue combination.. The loss ofj
two such fine guards as McCoy
and Rose is bound to be felt,
however, and unless capable
replacements are discovered the
Wolverine hopes for a cham-
pionship are dim.
Wisconsin, who finished in a tie
for first place with Michigan last
season, is likewise expecting a
strong team, but one that does not
loom as a title contender at this'
early date. Dr. Meanwell, Badgerl
coach, has said that he is coaching I
the best squad of young players that
he ever saw, but that he doesn't
hope for a Big Ten winner. The
seeming fallacy is explained by the
fact that not one of the fifteen
members of the squad is six feet in
height, and consequently the oppo-
sition will have a distinct advan-
tage on the tip.
Always a threat in Western,
Conference basketball circles,
Purdue will return with another
strong combination of cagers
this year. Led by the one and
only "Stretch" Murphy, high
scorer of the Conference last
winter, the Boilermakers are
visioning finishing far up in the
mace. Murphy was an all-Am- j
erican center last yeas besides I
breaking the Big Ten scoring I
record.
Coach Ward Lambert is working
the Purdue cagemen hard in pre-c
paration for their opening game of
the season with Washington Uni- 1
versity on December 14. Work onr
the defense has been stressed in theE
main, With Boots and Overmanf
coming 'in for the lion's share of s
attention. Beck, Wooden, and Kel-
lar are other promising guards. p
S
With their captain, Virgil I
David, declared ineligible be-
cause of scholastic difficulties, P
it
Coach Veenker's mind at present. I s
One solution of the question of t
who will play the guards for the r
Wolverines was suggested last night
when Captain Chapman dropped It
back from offensive center to de- t
Pensive guard with Lovell as his a
mate. Truskowski moved foreward u
to the pivot position in the four s

,-.._ti___ .__.1 11Charactrizing Glen Warner's new to block well" was the way the
Iowa's cagers buckled down to -=idea of scoring a scoring a football Wolverine mentor stated his opin-
hard work to build up another Tilt Has no Bearing on National contest by counting one point for ion.
combination in time to meet
their first opponents, DTitle But Holds Interest each first down earned and six Warner's plan, instituting both
quesne University, next Monday of the Country. points for a touchdown without the point for first down and no
night. An injury to Leeka, _ _the chance for a point after touch- point after touchdown was tried in
veteran center, has necessitated GRID SEASON NEARS END down as "the bunk" Coach Harry a game between two small colleges,
another shift n the lineup, but Kipke went on record as favoring Brooklyn City college and Long Is-
who is going to take his place J at ls 4000 m h rules of the gridiron game as land University, in New York this
is not certain. iJurneying tlat400mlsterle ftegiio aea
from one corner of the they are now inforced, except in re season and aside from the novelty
_ frm .oe coner f te country to of seeing the scare change more
Indiana opens its season tonight the other Oregon will tackle Florida girds to fumbled lateral passes and frequently there was little differ-
in a game against DePauw Uni- at Miami in the only intersectional blocked punts. ence in the game. The score was
versity. Inasmuch as DePauw has game on today's gridiron schedule. The Wolverine head coach stated ence i the eue sco w
already had the advantage of one The South which has had the In- that the Warner proposal would wo-ld have been 12-6.
clash against Rose Poly, the Hoosi- dian' sign on Pacific Coast football transform the game as no other in- with the possibility of two more
ers will have to be at the top of will get its lone chance of the sea- ovation had for years. This system points for the winner and one more
their form to take tonight's contest. son to sample the Western brand of scoring in Kipke's opinion would for the loser.
Captain McCracken and Jasper are when theyrwhisle blows at Miami 'work unfairly towards certain One point of Warner's plan
the only definite Indiana starters this afternoon. kinds of offense and would put a which seemed to fmd favor andf
as yet, the other posts being con-elvnhaebecoqe-Iwihsmdtofdfvrad
tested y t eeg n-Both elevens have been conquer- premium on the plugging team ( which may be installed in inter-
tested for by eight men. ed twice this year so that no title which could score downs in its own collegiate football is the continu-
aspirations are hinged on the out- territoy but was helpless when ence of play after the rest period
Cornell College, of Mt. Ver- come of this intersectional clash. within scoring range. First downs at the half instead of starting the
non, Iowa, will be Northwest- However, despite the blots which in this territory mean little, and game over with a kick-off.
ern's first opponents Monday mar the records of both Florida and many aggregations now make no ef- Favors Fumble Changes.
night. The Wildcats are having oregon neither could be axactly fort to gain them there. An ekam- Coach Kipke feels that the often-
a hard time in finding a corn- classed as a setup especially as this ple of the damage which this sys- sive team should not be allowed tor
bination comparable to that of encounter concludes the season for tem would cause was cited by run after a fumbled lateral pass as
last year, due to the loss of both aggregations. Coach Kipke by pointing out that is now allowed, while he also thinksE
Schultz, Marshall, and Captain I Another clash which is attracting mad Warner's plan been in use in that the game would be helped if
Gleichman, but some sopho- 1 the attention of the football world the Conference this year the result the team having a punt blocked or
mores have been found who is the 1929 version of the time hon- of the race for the title would have partially blocked would be allowed
may improve enough to fill j ored Georgia-Georgia Tech. rivalry. been different, to the- dissatisfac- to run with the ball under the
their shoes capably later on. Agaih in this case neither team can tion of several teams. same rule as the defensive team
boast of a successful season, Geor- Kick is Important. now does on receiving such a punt.
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run unlfIII iLt"
Courtwright Has Week in Which
to Put Finishing Touches
on Mediocre Squad.
With the opening game with
Kalamazoo just a week in the off-
ing Coach Courtright is drilling his
junior varsity basketeers daily in an
effort to effect a calibre of play
which will turn back the Celery
City team when the latter invades
the Yost Field House next Satur-
day evening.
Numbering hbout 20 men, mostly
sophomores, this year's jayvee ros-
ter bids fair to be devoid of out-
standing performers. Lack of ex-
perience also will probably estab-
lish the team as a slow starter.
With these handicaps in mind,
Coach Courtright is particularly
anxious to start off the season with
a win over the Kalamazoo com-
bination in the opener.
So far practice sessions have been
limited largely to the limbering up
processes so necessary in early sea-
son conditioning. Basket shooting
with the defense candidates work-
ing out modes of checking the
sharpshooting proclivities of the
men with the ball has been in or-
der to date. However, starting on
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pV1 t~IUC ilyaue iaoi mhe
season tonight when it clashes
with the North Dakota Aggies at
Minneapolis. Four lettermen have
been lost to the Gophers through
(Continued on Page 7)
FRATERNITY PUCK
TE AM S PRACTICE
Hockey promises to be one of the
most closely contested of the sports
sponsored by the Intramural De-
partment this winter. Last year'the
first year that competition on the
ice was formally sponsored, saw im-1
mediate success for the ice sport.y
This year the scope of the com-
petition will broaden and a frater-
nity leaguewill be added to the in-I
dependent loop. Twenty teams en-
gaged in the round robin play of
ast year and a considerably larger
number of contestants are expect-
ed this year.
Seven fraternities have already
ignified their intention of enter--I
ng the puck competition this year.
Any player desiring to take part
hould leave their names at the
.ntramural building office.{
Last year Les Canadiens and Xi'
Psi Phi fought it out in the finals'
or supremacy with Les Canadiens
;he winners. Chi Psi and Psi Up-
ilon also put powerful sextetteson
he ice. All of these teams will be 3
epresented again this year.
AN teams are advised to send in1
heir entries immediately in order
hat their practice periods may be
rranged and a schedule be drawnI
p.. The actual games will start
hortly after the Christmas holi-

i g luii our ceieaus marked 1
against them and Georgia Tech.
five. Tumbling from the crest of!
the national championship last fall i
Georgia Tech, has suffered the most
disastrous season inflicted on the
Yellowjackets in many a year. As
in the case of certain other bitterI
rivalries, however, previous records
indicate little as to probable victor!
this afternoon. A triumph for
either eleven will to some extent as-
suage the sting of defeats suffered
earlier in the season.
Less fortunate in attracting the
nation's attention but boasting of.
a far superior football machine,
Tennessee will swing into action
against South Carolina. Tennessee
may point with pride to one of the1
best records in the country this .
season, marred only by a tie with
Kentucky, one of the strongest I
teams in the South. South Caro-I
lina hasn't displayed any first-class
competition and sa should offer
rerinessee little difficulty this after- 1
noon.
The fourth of a quartet of im-
portant, football games will see
Western Maryland attempt to keep
their unblemished record clean with
a closing victory over the University
of Maryland at Baltimore. Despite
the two defeats registered against
Maryland the encounter should be
bitterly contested from beginning
to end with the odds about even.
Maryland must receive plenty of'
consideration for a 13-13 tie with1
the Bulldogs from New Haven.
Detroit-Twenty members of the I
University of Detroit football team
were given their letters at the an-1,
nual banquet at the Book-Cadillac
hotel.

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Kipke takes a stand in direct op-
position to the idea. There would
be too many tie games under thisI Our New Chinese Chef
plan. Besides the fact that the try
for point is just as much of the "K. JHUNG
game as pushing the ball across the
goal. "Making the kick for extra direct from the
point requires not only careful
training of the kicker, but also of Caf
the man holding the ball forhim.Oriental
Furthermore the pass from center
must be accurate, while the rest of brings with him his famous Personal Receipe for
the backs and the line must be ableC PaH:
1, CHOP SUEY and CHOW MEIN
-_ _ __-developed after forty years experience
TODAY'S GAMES Just Try One of His Dishes Tonite!
Duke vs.'Durham at Durham. .
Georgia vs. Georgia Tech, at Winning popuarity as a healthful change from the daily
Athens. order of meat and potatoes
La. Tech. vs. S. W. La. at Ruston.
Maryland vs. W. Maryland at Bal-
timore.
Okla. City vs. Davis-Elkins at W
Okla. City. tWITH A MILLION FRIENDS"
Tennessee vs. So. Carolina at
Knoxville. 329 South Mai Street
William and Mary vs. Hampshire-WE DELIVER
Sidney at Richmond.
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