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PAGE SIX

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JUNIOR
WOLVERINE BACKIELD
NOT UP TO tADR
Lacl; of Practice as a Team May Be
Seriaus Handicap to B Squad I
In Their First Game.
TWENTY-SIX MAKE TRIP
Battling on foreign ground M\(ich-;
igan's "B" team will regularly open
their current, season this afternoon
'when the Courtwright team meetsI
Central State Normal of Mt. Pleas-t
ant on the upstaters field. Wolver-
ine forces had little action against
Albion and Mt. Union last Saturday
and the B team as such had little
opportunity to display its wares.
The Wolverine gridders left Ann,
aoon in quest of an opening game
victory. Brown, Hayes, Justice and
Mosser, ends; Gitman, Bergman,a
Moyer, W.' Miller and Richardson, I
tackels; Wolff ,Bauer, Morgan,
Ludin, Kaminski and Benz, guards;
Widman, Anderson and Lindsay,
Schantz and 0. Parker, centers;
quarterbacks; Williams, McBride,
Pearlman, Sucubchak, halfbacks,!
and H. Miller* andBerkowitz, fu ll-

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VARSITY WRESTLING
All men interested in Varsity
wrestling this year must report
at the boxing and wrestling
room in the Intramural sports
building Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock.
Coach Clifford Keen

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Conflicting freshman events
- Thursday night caused both a small
crowd and the absence of a group
of Michigan stellar freshman swimi-
mers at the All Frosh swimming
meet when two unofficial records
were hung up by Schmieler in the
Intramural pool. Schmieler, who
Howard Poe hails from Pittsburgh, captured the
Veteran guard, is a mainstay on 50-yard breast stroke in :32.2 and
the Michigan line and likely to the 50-yard back stroke in :29.2.
reap new honors this year. In winning these two events,
Schmieler established himself as
EASTERN GRIDMEN one of Michigan's most promising
WILL P Y OFF ID wimmers. Schmieler was tied for
WILL PR Y OFF LID I first honorsi n themet by Sanborn
who placed first in the 50-yard
The Big thire make their debut free style and in the 100-yard free
of the season today, Princeton style.
playing Amherst, Yale playing Ver- Coach MacMahon's freshman
mont, and Harvard playing Bates. teams shows a weak spot in the div-
ing, but with a little practice this.
Princeton has undergone a rather event, too, may be brought up to a
severe shakeup in the backfield higher standard. This event was
after their defeat by Rutgers in won by Fisher, who scored but 63.
a practice game Tuesday. Ed Witt- points in winning the event.
mer the famous Princeton half- Chase, Lemak, Meigs, Kennedy and
back is on the sidelines with minor Harrison, who are counted on in
injuries but ; expected to' play sent from Thursday's meet either
in the opener. Coach Stevens of because of having to work or be-
Yale cut his squad to nineteen !cause of attendance at the fresh-
men, one of the smallest first I man mixer.

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ac s, com p ete list of m en taken.
Michigan Favored.
Although the Maize and Blue re-
serve gridders have had few organ-
ized practices they will take the
field a favorite over the upstate
rivals. The Michigan line appears
in fine fettle and should have a
weight advantage over the Mt.
Pleasant linemen. In the backfield,
however, the invading Wolverine
combination will not be so well
fixed. Only the veterans Widman
and McBride have shown ball car-
rying ability. The former will prob-
ably drow the passing and punting
assignments and well as signal call-
ing.
Teachers Have star End.
Mt. Pleasant, a winner over De-
trot Tech, by a 28-7 count, last Sat-
urday in the season's opener boast
a. light, but fast team which has
empoyed an aerial attack to good.
advantage. In Captain Hickman the
Teachers boast one of the out-
standing flankers ia state inter-.
collegiate circles. The team is
coached by "Butch" Nowack, former
Illinois All-American tackle.
The Wolverine starting lineup
will consist of Brown and Hayes,
ends; Gitman and Bergman, tack-
les; Bauer and Morgan, guards;
Schantz, center; Widman, quarter-l
back; Williams and McBride, half-
backs, and H. Miller, fullback.

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Indiana's Clash With Notre Dame
to be Feature Contest in
Middle-West
COLLATE MEETS BADGERS
All of the Big Ten teams swing
into action today in contests
against more or less important
teams. Six of the Conference
teams are opening their seasons,
only Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana,
aniIowa having played last week.
Michigan and Wisconsin vaere vic-
torious in both ends of double bills,
while Iowa won her single game.
Indiana, however, after defeating
l Wabash in the first game, bowed
to little Ohio University, 18-0 in
the second.
Two games especially are out-
standing on today's bill. Notre
Dame, for years a power on west-
ern gridirons, ,will invade Bloom-
ington to do battle with Indiana,
while in the other contest, an in-
tersectional affair, Colgate meets
Wisconsin.
Indiana Outweighed
Indiana is keyed up to fever
pitch for its game with the mighty
Irish. Outweighed by two and a
half tons by the Notre Dame squad,
the Hoosiers will depend on fight
and fight alone to gain them a vic-
tory. The team that bowed to Ohio
University is gone, and in its place
Coach Pat:Page has built an eleven
that is looking eagerly for a West-
em Conference championship.
Head Coach Glen Thistle-
thwaite at Wisconsin has no note
of optimism for the followers of
the Badgers in their game with
Colgate. He figures the eastern
school on a par with most of the
Big Ten elevens, and has been
drilling a lineup which will un-
doubtedly start the game all week
iii. preparation for whatever Col-
gate has to offer.
Kansas Has Improved
Although Kansas is said to be
improved from last year, it should
prove no match for Illinois. The
Zuppkemen have 16 lettermen back
from their championship eleven,
so should have no trouble with the
Jayhawks.
Purdue expects a battle with the
Kansas Aggies and should get it.
"Bo" McMillan, of Centre College{
fame, coaches the Kansas outfit !
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FINAL TOUCHES PUT ON
Perfect football weather marked
the final practice session before the
Michigan State game. The early
part of the afternoon was spent in
polishing up the reception of punts
and kickoffs by Wheeler and Sn-
rall. Coach Kipke was sending his
famous spirals into the air, while
Gembis and Draveling alternated at
place kicking the oval.
The final touches were put on
the aerial attack with Truskowski
and Wheeler hurling the ball to the
linesmen as well as to the ends and
backs. When the squad has been
limbered up a secret signal session
took up the remainder of the aft-
ernoon.
While Michigan was practicing
on Ferry field the Michigan State
charges went through their paces
in the Stadium.

Harry Schau
Spartan fullback, who is expect-
ed to be a big factor in Michigan
State's passing attack today.
HARRIERS TO HOLD
TRIAL RUN TODAY
With the first practice run of
the year slated for this morning,
at 10 o'clock, Coach Steve Farrell
of the Michigan cross country
squad is working hard to get his
men in good condition for the stiff
schedule which awaits the har-
riers.
After a meet with the Michigan
State Normal team of Ypsilanti on
October 16, the Wolverin(f; meet
in succession the Detroit Y. M. C.
A. which always boasts a fast
squad, M. S. C., a triangular meet
with Ohio and Illinois, Wisconsin,
and then on November 23 the final
test of the season in the Confer-
ence meet at Columbus.
To meet this tough competition,
Coach Farrell has a group of. vet-
erans headed by Captain Benson,
Aubrey, Fuestel, Austin, Kennedy;,
Colby, D'Anna, and Grunow; while
the new men include Fitzgibbons,
star of last year's yearling squad,
Wolfe, and Lowmaster. With these
men to work with the Michigan
mentor hopes to build up a team
which will be able to win most of
its matches and give a good ac-
count of itself at the Big Ten meet.
The practice run thJ; morning,
which will start on the cinder track
at old Ferry Field.

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Sport Writers
Any second semester freshman
or upper classman desiring to
write sports on The Daily are
asked to report to The Daily of-
fice in the Press building any
afternoon this week.
Edward L. Warner.

Howard. Still In Front With 148
As Trueblood Gives Players
Two More Days
TIlCKS IN SECOND PLACE
Adding another 74 to his score,
Johnny Howard finished his thirty-
six hole qualifying round in the fall
olfdtounamn iho a 148, seven
strkesbhed ofGivsclsesia
James Hicks who turned in cards of
77-78 for a 155 total. This score is
not the official medal honor for the
tournament as yet since Coach
Trueblood. has deemed it advisable
that two more days in which to
qualify shall be allowed.
Several players who had intended
to enter the play were prevented'
from qualifying by classes, so the
golf coach has made arrangements
that the dead line be extended over
Saturday and Sunday. Coach Trus-
blood asks that those who have al-
ready turned in their two rounds
do not play Barton Hills over the
(Continued on Page Seven)

squads in Bulldog history. Hor-
ween's proteges at Harvard were
dealt a severe blow when Foster
Davis, veteran tackle injured his
elbow.
Some of the cripples on the Cor-
nell squad are recovering from
their injuries but the scholastic in-
eligibility of Bill Ibold, first string
center will somewhat hurt them
for the opener with Niagara. John-
ny Scalzi will get his baptism as
firststring quarterback for George-
town in its clash with Western
Maryland Saturday. Penn is both-'
ered with injuries but is expected
to have an easy time with Swarth-
more Saturday. Return of Maca-
luso, 205 pound fullback has some-
w h a t strengthened Colgate's
chances for the Wisconsin game.

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Big Ten
Notre Dame at Indiana
Kansas Aggies at Purdue
Beloit at Chicago
Lake Forest at Chicago
Kansas at Illinois
Coe at Minnesota
Butler at Northwestern
Cornell (Iowa) at Northwestern
Colgate at Wisconsin
(Continued on Page Seven)
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