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GRIDMEN

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TACTICS

SEA RCH FOR CAPBLE
PUNTER IS CONTNE
Kipke Instructs Hudson, Wheeler,
and Simrall in Art of
Kicking Sp rals
SQUAD PUT ON DEFENSE:
Although the cold drizzling rain
hampered activities at Ferry Field
considerably yesterday, Coach IHar-
ry Kipke was able to send his Wol-
verine gridders through a long I
drill on offensive and defensive!
tactics, with two teams of year-:
ling hopefuls filling the shoes of[
the opposition.
That -the Wolverine mentor, one
of Michigan's greatest punters
himself, is still on the trail of a
capable kicker to match the long
spirals of Grove, Spartan ace, was
evidenced before the regular prac-
tice session had started and again
during the course of the drill.
Before practice Kipke kept Hud-
son, -Wheeler, and Simrall booting!
the ball to Heston and Holland,
with a few of his own famous punts
mixed in to show them how itI
should be done. Again during the
s'ession proper these backs tried
some more kicks with linemen
rushing themktokadd speed to their
work.
Early in the afternoon's drill the
linemen were put through a long
line scrimmage with freshman
backs carrying the ball, while the
ends and backfield men brushed
up on their tackling and blocking
under the guiding eyes of Coaches
Veenker and Ooste;rbaan.
With the advent of the first year
men on the field, Coach Kipke
broke his "A" squad up into teams,
one composed of Truskowski and
Draveling, ends; Auer and Hayden,
tackles; Poe and Steinke, guards;
Bovard, center; Simrall, quarter;
Hudson and Dahlem, halves; and.
Gembis, full; while the other was
made up of Brown, Grennill, Sor-
enson, Roach, Poorman, Cornwell,
Jones, Holland, LeJeunesse, Hes-
ton, and Wheeler.
The first squad was placed on
the defense against the Michigan
State trick plays and passes, while
the other team tried their own
formations against the freshman
defense. The Wolverine forward
wall allowed the freshmen few
gains, while several of the Michi-
gan passes were worked for long
gains.

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AL SIMMONS

FARRELL'S HARRIERS WILL cl PURDUE EXPECTS BATTLE --
MEET STIFF OPPOSITION IND II) OfSIV FROM M'MILLAN'S AGGIES HACK WILSON
Candidates for the cross country f [AT F I LAFAYE , d, Ot. .-De-
team will engage in a practice run FORlullTIiJLILI lL (FEcToThE Dai ct .-e-1 Ly IIAIL , a LEflURII
Saturday, October 5, at 10:45 a. m., __termined to prevent, if at all pos- \k
in preparation for the strenuous Page Drills Crimson Squad Against sible one of those "McMillin up- th a squad that appears con-
schedule planned for this fall. Notre Dame's Powerful sets" that have been disastrous to id
T1h fir f h i th hf th ne b-Offensivef' n liderably weaker than last year

. e rsT meet of t e season wi
be with Michigan State Normal at
Ypsilanti on October 16. 'The entire
squad will compete in the three and
one-half mile jaunt. On October 26
1the DetroitY Y M.(. A will iouney

HUGE CROWD IS EXPECTED
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 2
In a heavy scrimmage here this af-
t'vxnv 'P # Dnrot i i v ~ i

Ue 11pes mo Iue uan o mle1111
ing eleven, Coach Jimmy Phelan, o
Purdue, has warned his Boiler-
maker gridiron squad to "be pre-
pared for the unexpected at any
time Saturday against the Kansas

due in some extent to the larger
number of men retained on the
Varsity, Coach Courtright is none
the less optomistic as to the show-
ing his "B" team will make against
Mt. Pleasant tomorrow. About 26
of the 35 men will be taken on this
trip.

Slugging athletic outfielder who.
hopes to knock the equally hard-
hitting Chicago Cubs out of the
World's championship.
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With most of the first round1
qualifying scores for the fall Var-t
sity Golf championship turned int
yesterday, John Howard, one of the
aces of last year's freshmen team
was leading the field with a bril-
liant 74 over the tricky Barton
Hills layout where the tournament
is being held.
Two more sophomores are trail-
ing their classmate with Lenfesty
and Hicks tied for second place
with 78's apiece, while Hobart from
the Varsity squad of last year waE
in fourth position with an even 80.
Ranged above these men were the
rest of the 25 players who entered
the play, with many of the scores
forced high by the wind and rain
that swept the course late in the
afternoon.
The low 16 men after the second
round of play has been completed
this afternoon will be paired off for
match play to determine the win-
ner of the championship and the
trophy.
Livingston, with 86; Royston
with an 84, and Hoover -with an 82
were other members of last year's
Varsity squad whose scores had
been turned in.

V ll:Ll V1IiIV1.1V4 V 1. 111iVllyternoon, Pat Page and his varsit yA
to Ann Arbor to test the Michigan'teacs
joggers. November2 will see the cross teams fought frantically and with !ability of Bo McMillin, former All-
country men in action against the some success in warding of Notre American quarterback, is well
strong Michigan State aggregation Dame attacks directed b Indiana founded, for the former center
at East Lansing. freshmen under Otto l.<1 ier f 1 a s h demonstrated convincing-
Michigan's chance.for a conference and "Pooch" Harrell. ly during his coaching days at
tlc wigan'schane ir fi a cofrene Geneva and Centenary college(
nthe tiaimve its irst abetws Page will scrimmage his varsity that he can develop highly geared
Ohio, Illinois and Michigan to be again tomorrow but will not give offensives. In 1927, McMillin's Gen-I
held here on November 9. Wiscon- 'his men the stiff workout they had eva college - eleven was undefeat-
sin will be the next obstacle to be today. Friday the "Scrappin' Hoo- ed, and in other years his squads
hurdled by the Michigan harriers siers" will wind up their week's have made a. specialty of providing
at Madison onllNovember 16eiThisek'a unpleasant surprises for teams that
at Madison on November 16. This Ipreparation for the Irish with a have been made the top-heavy fav-
year Columbus, Ohio will be the light signal drill. Just where Pat orites of the crowds.
scene of the Conference champion-
ship meet concluding the season 11will take them Friday night to get Saturday's tilt in the Ross-Ade
for the Michigan team, on Novem-;them away from the excitement of stadium against the McMillin-
ber 23. the Homecoming host is proble- cprovide the stiffest opening test in
Approximately 30 thinly clad har- matical. years for the Boilermakers-a game
riers have been working out nightly Part of the strategy of Page's that has been branded by football
raver theWolaturdacourse nag ainst training for the Notre Dame game critics as one of the early season
practically unknown competition. is gathered from the Crimsons, features in the middle west.
Of the 30, only 10 are. veterans of dual experience last Saturda with Coaching the Aggies for the first
duleperec as audywih time last year, McMillin developed
last year's team, while only four of teams using Notre Dame's system the team to the point where it gave
the ten competed in the all-confer- o play. Against the better half Nte ersatoihe pinthereon itsv
mee e Cros suntr Mchinnoship' of Page's squad of five teams, Pete toughest conference battle of the
cue. l rnVaughn and his Cavemen had little year in the final game of the sea-
course. success. Against the reserves, Ohio son.i
University had greater success, McMillin retains most of last
which is taken by some to mean year's veterans, and in addition has
INTRAMURAL MANAGERS' that Indiana's anticipated reserve a number of promising sophomores,
ITA RLMR 'strength may not come up to the including Ray McMillin, his cousin
advance predictions. and ward, of Ft. Worth, Tex., who
All second semester freshman Page showed visiting football will make his first bid for collegiate
and sophomores wishing to try fans Saturday a pair of mighty football fame in the game with
out for managerial positions in smart ends in Hansen and Zeller. Purdue.
the intramural department are Antonini, from last year's fresh- Teams coached by the justly fa-
requested to report any after- men, showed well in the line also. mous "Bo" have always been noted
noSontuilekdatthenTicket manager L. L. Fisher an- for their deceptive and spectacular
ral Sports building. nounced today that he expected a attacks, in which they frequently
P. R. Washke. capacity or near capacity crowd make use of a daring aerial offen-
, for the stadium bill. sive.

Little time was spent in last
night's practice on fundamentals
and limbering up drills and the
squad was divided into three teams
and run through signal practice.
New men on the squad makes it
necessary to devote considerable
The Chicago Cubs' heavy hitting time in the perfection of the plays
left fielder whose stellar play all to be used against Mt. Pleasant.
through the year has been a big In Widman, Coach Courtright has
factor in the Cubs' success one of the best punters on either
-_ the Varsity of the "B" team. How-
ever, two other men, Anderson and
Lindsey were drilled in this depart-
Sport Writers ment yesterday afternoon.
Any second semester freshman
or upper classman desiring to
write sports on The Daily are
asked to report to The Daily of -Today
fice in the Press building any
afternoon this week. H
Edward L. Warner. Billards for Health
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